Providing toilet facilities for the guests that are attending your event can be vital for the comfort of the guests and for complying with local health and safety regulations. Renting portable toilets can be the most efficient solution for those holding outdoor events, but first-time event organizers might be at a loss for how they should proceed with this process.
Have The Toilets Cleaned At The End Of Each Day
Toilet facilities can become extremely dirty over the course of the day after they have been used by many different people. Having volunteers or employees clean and sanitize the portable toilets at the end of the day can ensure that your guests will have access to clean facilities when they need them the next day.
Rent More Toilets Than You Need
Preventing there from being long lines for the toilets is vital for keeping your guests happy and comfortable. However, some people may attempt to save money by renting fewer toilets than they need, and this can lead to long lines forming soon after guests start to arrive. By renting slightly more toilets than you anticipate needing, individuals will have much shorter waits to be able to use these facilities.
Lock The Toilets When The Event Is Finished
When the event is over for the day, it can be wise to lock the toilets. This will reduce the risk of unauthorized individuals from using the toilets during the overnight hours. This is an issue that can be particularly problematic for events being held in urban areas. If the toilets that you rented did not come with locks, you may want to invest in enough to lock all of the toilets. While it may not seem like preventing unauthorized users will be worth this expense, you may find yourself liable for accidents that occur in unsecured toilets.
Put Pest Repellent In The Area With The Toilets
Pests will often be attracted to the portable toilets. This can make these areas unpleasant for your guests, but it may not be particularly difficult to prevent. Spraying pest repellents in the areas where portable toilets are located. In addition to treating the portable toilets themselves, the ground and any foliage near them should also be treated. If you wish to avoid the need to use spray chemicals for this purpose, there are gel packs that will achieve similar results, but one may be needed for each portable toilet that you have rented.