Benefits of Construction Site Portable Toilets
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When planning the logistics of a construction site, there are so many things to think about, including worker safety, fencing and easy access for trucks.
Renting toilets for your job site is not just a good idea; in many cases, it's also the law. Depending on the size and specifications of your construction site, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) may require you to toilets on hand. In addition, many local regulations in the New Jersey area also require portable toilets. For example, the city of North Wildwood, New Jersey, has specific ordinances surrounding construction site portable toilets in its municipal code. Among other things, it specifies that any construction site where water or sewer service is disconnected for 72 hours must have at least one bathroom on site. Failure to comply with local regulations can cost you time and money, and cause headaches in general.
Although you might not think it, having a restroom at a construction site can dramatically increase productivity, saving you money and speeding up the completion time for a construction project. For one thing, at construction sites with no portable toilets, workers must wander off site in search of restrooms. Think of all the time lost when workers get in the habit of abandoning the work site for minutes on end. You might be surprised to find how often an off site restroom break can turn into a smoke break. Having workers wandering off site can also cultivate bad relations with neighbors, causing even more headaches for your construction project. When you rent portable toilets you have sanitation facilities on site. Workers are present all the time and accountable, and your company will save money with workers spending more time on the job and less time taking breaks.
One of the less well-known benefits of construction site portable toilets is the positive environmental impact that they can have. Regular toilets are water wasters. If you figure that a job site has a ten crew team working a 40 hour week, they will generate roughly 30 gallons of waste. Conventional facilities would require 2,500 gallons of clean water to treat that waste. By contrast, job site bathroom facilities need only 30 gallons to do the same job, an incredible savings that is good for the environment and good for the community. It is important to remember that what is good for the environment is also good for business, as you can tout the environmental consciousness of your work site to prospective clients.
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