Renting the correct number of portable toilets, a.k.a. porta potties for your event is important, but it is only the first step toward successful portable toilet rental. Be sure not to overlook the placement of your portable toilets, as improper placement can lead to discomfort and even danger.
Here at Green Latrine, our Seattle portable toilet rental company has the expertise and experience necessary to ensure the proper placement of your Seattle portable toilets. When you hire our company for a porta potty rental for your event or construction site, our professionals will assess the site and be sure that your portable toilets are ideally placed.
Accessibility for Delivery and Removal
The first consideration in porta potty placement is making them accessible for our company to deliver and remove. First, if you’re wondering how to rent a portable toilet in Seattle, the experts at Green Latrine will work with you on the delivery time for your order. We’ll arrive with our truck, and in order to ensure smooth delivery, our truck will need to be able to access your preferred location. If they are unable to reach the location, a different site will be chosen.
Assuming that your rental lasts longer than one day, your porta potties will need to be serviced and cleaned by our technicians. In order to ensure a smooth cleaning, the porta potties will need to be accessible and easy for us to reach.
The first step in deciding on a location is to find the dimensions of the units you plan to rent and determine the total size of the area that they will be covering. Make sure that the portable toilets will fit in your determined location.
The next step is to make sure that the ground is level, solid, and dry. The last thing you want is for a porta potty to be placed on sloped ground and subsequently have it tip over while somebody is inside. If the ground is not solid and dry, the porta potty runs the risk of sinking into the ground, and users will need to traverse a muddy area to reach the toilet.
Now that you know which areas are accessible to our delivery trucks and can support a porta potty, it’s time to think about crowd flow. We suggest placing your porta potties close to where people will be moving around, such as near food and drink vendors, lounge areas, and other highly crowded areas. The key here is to be accessible and close to people but not right in the middle of them.
Also, consider the size and scale of your event. If it’s a small gathering, then all the units can be placed together in one central area. If it’s larger, the portable toilets can be split between a few different areas.
Seattle Portable Toilet Rental
Now that you know a thing or two about portable toilet placement, it’s time to get the ball rolling on your rental. Simply reach out to Green Latrine at 206-397-0336,