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Handling Water Runoff with Containment Pans 

by Erik Hendricks 0 comments

Construction Sanitation

Winter snow melt. The rainy season. Any way you slice it, it’s the wet time of year, which can have a huge impact on your construction site. You need to be able to deal with that water in an environmentally safe and legal way. One of the biggest issues is making sure the storm water runoff is not contaminated by the waste water generated by your portable restrooms.

 

Porta Potties for Road Construction

by Erik Hendricks 0 comments

Construction Sanitation

As a professional working in the construction business, you know that having the proper facilities is crucial to supporting your employees’ hygiene and keeping them happy. This can be especially true when it comes to road construction sites, where you likely don’t have access to running water and flushing toilets. When you’re working on a road project, the last thing you want is to try to figure out where you’re going to use the restroom or to have to walk a mile only to have to wait in a long line. Knowing how many porta potties to provide at a road construction site is critical to the success of your project. If you don’t have enough, you run the risk of creating not only unsanitary situations, but an unhappy workplace.

 

How to Keep Porta Potties Clean During Multi-Day Events

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Planning Tools Sanitation Special Events

Putting on a special event can be a stressful task, especially when you have to keep things running smoothly multiple days in a row. Proper amenities, like trash cans and portable toilets, are a must—but just providing them isn’t enough. You also have to make sure they are kept clean and sanitary for guests. After all, you don’t want people heading to the toilet only to feel uncomfortable and wish they’d just waited until they got home. But how exactly can you ensure that your restrooms and amenities stay up to the standards of cleanliness for your event? That’s where we come in, armed with some tips and information that will help keep your restrooms sanitary throughout your event.

 

How Many Porta Potties Does My Non-Profit Event Need?

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Community Outreach Planning Tools Sanitation Special Events

Remembering all the details of planning a non-profit event can get stressful and time-consuming. You don’t want to forget anything, let alone not provide enough amenities for the amount of people who will be attending. The more people that attend, the more amenities you’ll need to keep your event running smoothly. Planning an outdoor event that requires portable toilets, as well as other sanitation options, can be challenging—but it can be done.

 

Marathon Checklist: What You Need to Host Your Next Marathon

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Planning Tools Sanitation Special Events

Running a marathon is quite a feat. Planning a race can sometimes feel equally tough. With a whole host of factors to consider, like budget, time of year, and location availability, you can quickly find yourself with a lot on your plate. On top of all that, your participants and spectators will also need the proper amenities. Things like porta potties, plenty of garbage bins, and first aid stations are just a few things that will give a good impression and keep everyone comfortable and safe throughout the event. Take a look at this marathon checklist, so you can avoid missing anything important.  

4 Tips for Planning the Perfect Winter Wedding

by Erik Hendricks 0 comments

Heating Sanitation Special Events Weddings

If you’re from Minnesota, chances are you are a lover of winter. So planning a winter wedding is a must for those cold-loving couples. Although, not everyone is a huge fan of the cold, and if you have friends and family coming from out of state, you might want to offer them a place to escape from the chill.  

Construction Site Showers: Why Renting Shower Trailers Will Boost Your Construction Team’s Morale

by Erik Hendricks 0 comments

Construction Sanitation

There is no better feeling in the world than being nice and clean after a hot shower. While having portable restrooms, heaters, and air conditioners are obvious things to have at a construction site, having a portable shower is beneficial, as well. Not only will it show that you care about your employees’ health and cleanliness, but it can improve their work ethic and overall morale. At On Site, we take employee morale seriously. By offering the best of the best when it comes to construction site sanitation we do our part to keep your crew clean and happy.  

Does My City Have Enough Restrooms?

by Erik Hendricks 0 comments

Sanitation

Here at On Site, we believe that public restrooms are the silent heroes of every city. Unfortunately, very few people stop to appreciate the convenience and comfort that they provide. In most cases, these invaluable facilities only enter the public spotlight and become a topic of discussion when they fail to meet the needs and preferences of users due to lack of quality or availability. If you’ve ever struggled to find a place to relieve yourself in a public space, odds are good that this question popped into your head: Does my city have enough restrooms? Today, we’ll help you find the answer. First and foremost, let’s establish why having enough public bathrooms in your city is so important.  

OSHA Rules and Regulations for Bathrooms at Construction Sites

by Erik Hendricks 0 comments

Construction Sanitation

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) likes to keep you on your toes by regularly updating and revising its standards, regulations and compliances for healthy working conditions. When it comes to safety and sanitation, OSHA’s constant changes makes ensuring that your construction sites are up to code a cumbersome task.  Furthermore, the details and provisions of the regulations differ from state-to-state. The best way to make sure you site is OSHA compliant is to make a habit out of checking for OSHA updates. At On Site, we take pride in providing you with all of the information and resources you need to complete your construction jobs safely and on schedule. Today, we’re going to do that by giving you the latest rundown of OSHA’s rules and regulations when it comes to bathrooms at construction sites.  

Benefits of Porta Potties Compared to Building an Outhouse

by Erik Hendricks 0 comments

Sanitation Special Events

Whether you’re in charge of providing restrooms for a campground, cabin, park or any other location without the resources to facilitate conventional bathrooms, it can be tough to determine which option will best meet the needs and preferences of your guests and visitors. And just to complicate things even further, there are many factors and key considerations to make when choosing between outside restrooms, including the cost of rental or construction, maintenance, comfortability for users and more. At first glance, it might seem like a good idea to build your own outhouse at the site. After all, they’re easy to maintain and relatively sanitary, right?