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Q: Is there a rental contract to sign?
A: Yes. We will email you a rental contract to sign once you confirm your event date(s) and which equipment you need.

Q: What are the power requirements?
A: Each trailer requires a 110v dedicated 20 amp power source within 100 ft of placement. If you do not have power available, we offer quiet convenient generators that you can rent with the unit. The generators will arrive full of fuel, but for long extended use, you will be responsible for refueling.

Q: What about water requirements?
A:  Each unit requires a basic garden hose from your location. Our team will need to use your water to fill the tank with fresh water upon delivery.  Then you can use the unit without a hose connected.

Q: How does delivery work, is there an additional fee?
A:  There’s no fee if your event is within a 30 mile radius of our storage facility.  For delivery beyond this radius, a surcharge will be added to your invoice. Please contact us and provide the specific delivery address to determine whether a delivery charge is applicable.

Q: Where can you park and set up the trailer?
A:  The unit must be parked on relatively level / flat surface, clear of trees and branches. The entry path to the setup location must have a minimum overhead clearance of 10′ from buildings and tree branches.

Q: What about sewage pumping?  What if the unit overfills? How do we monitor overall usage?  
A:  Typically the restrooms are rented for single day events. In this case it’s not necessary to have the trailer pumped of sewage or refilled with fresh water. Prior to your event our team will discuss the approx. time frame of your event and approx. # of guests.  The appropriate trailer will be set up by our team when we deliver it and removed upon completion of your event.

For large/long term/multi day rentals we can provide a restroom monitor/concierge. Otherwise it is the customers responsibility to monitor the overall usage and arrange for our pumping service prior to the restroom overflowing with sewage. Therefore we recommend using the onboard freshwater tank as a gauge to monitor the overall restroom usage. After initial delivery/setup if the onboard fresh water tank is used until it’s empty you can refill the freshwater tank 1 more time. After this second round of freshwater is depleted from the tank you will  need to have the sewage pumped.


Q: What is Handicapped Accesible A.D.A. compliant porta potty?

A.D.A. Handicap Minimum Standards

A: The below text is from the A.D.A. Website.

“ If portable toilets are provided for use by event participants, a minimum of five percent of all units, but never less than one unit, must be accessible. Where clusters of portable units are provided at various locations around the event site, five percent of the units in each cluster should be accessible. They should be equipped with all the accessible elements required by the Standards such as maneuvering space, grab bars, toilet paper dispensers within reach, etc. In addition, when all units are not accessible, the International Symbol of Accessibility must be posted on the units that are.”

Toilet Room Clear Floor Space

“Toilet rooms must have a 5-foot diameter clear floor area to allow someone in a wheelchair to turn around or a 3-foot wide T-shaped clear floor area to allow for a three-point turn.”

Toilet Room Doors and Vestibules

“Doors should provide a 32-inch clear opening to accommodate people using wheelchairs and other mobility aids. “

Q: How Many Restroom units will i need for my event?

General Guideline for portable toilets needed

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