How many Porta Pottys are enough?
This is an interesting article reprinted regarding the portable restrooms that were used for the recent Papal visit in Philadelphia and also talks about ratio's when figuring out how many portable bathrooms and porta johns are needed for large special events. There’s an Uruguayan movie called “The Pope’s Toilet” in which a down-on-his-luck smuggler decides to craft an opulent toilet for pilgrims to use during a visit to his hometown by the pope. The man thinks he’ll make so m
Portable Toilets and Porta Johns either way there is a correct way to hang toilet paper.
The world owes a debt of gratitude to engineer and tech writer Owen Williams. He uncovered Seth Wheeler's original 1891 patent application for perforated toilet paper, tweeted it, and in so doing, finally settled the disagreement on how it is supposed to hang. Toilet paper drum roll, please… There you have it. Overhand it is. As though there was ever any doubt. Underhand makes no sense. You really want to reach beneath the roll to grab the paper right before you reach beneath
5 Reasons Elegant Johns Mobile Bathroom Breaks the Porta Potty Mold
Porta Potty, it’s not the 1980’s anymore. Elegant Johns is determined to pull mobile bathroom technology into the future. Porta Potty s have been useful but for the discriminate event you need 21st technology. Elegant Johns, promises more then over delivers. Here are 5 reasons breaks the porta potty mold. Reason 1 - 21st Century Technology not 20th Century Porta Potty Technology When your event, wedding, corporate or family gathering takes place do you really want 35 year old
Mobile Bathroom Serves the Public Good
Mobile Bathroom Bus Gives the Homeless A Place to Clean Up and Feel Human LavaMae repurposed an old city bus outfitted into a mobile bathroom with two shower and toilet modules that “delivers dignity, one shower at a time.” There are only eight 2 shower facilities in San Francisco that offer public showers. Mobile Bathroom Bus Delivering Dignity With only 16 showers available for the 3,500 homeless people in an affluent city like San Francisco, the lack of basic water and san