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As of 2015, the typical rental price of a basic portable toilet that doesn't flush is $100 to $175 per weekend. A toilet that complies with ADA guidelines typically costs $150 to $250 per weekend, while a flushing portable toilet costs $150 to $375.


Rent portable toilets by contacting national service area companies such as Waste Management, United Site Services or National Construction Rentals. Additionally, larger cities often feature local or regional portable toilet rental companies that provide a similar service to a smaller area.


There are many different variations of a portable toilet, such as a non-flushing or flushing temporary portable structure, a bedside toilet or a folding campsite type, with each varying in cost from under $100 to over $2,000 as of 2015. Portable toilets can be purchased at hospital supply stores, ca


Portable storage rental is often beneficial for individuals needing to load heavy cargo because the units are sturdy and secure. It is also convenient and affordable to rent a portable storage unit, especially when companies deliver the unit to a home and transport it to a desired location for the c


Highly rated portable toilets as of 2015 include the Cleanwaste GO Anywhere Complete Toilet System. RateMyToilet.net rates this model as the best available, and the website offers a list of more of the best outdoor portable toilets on the market.


As of 2015, PolyJohn sells five types of portable restrooms: the PJN3, the Fleet, We'll Care III, the PJP3 and the Comfort XL. The PJN3 is the most popular and best-selling model of the range because of its lightweight and user-friendly functionality.


Modern toilets are constructed from a variety of materials, including ceramics, plastic and stainless steel. The most common material used to make toilets is porcelain.


When the toilet is flushed, water from the tank rapidly drops into the toilet bowl, which forces the waste water down the drain. As the drop in the tank's water level is sensed by the float, the tank refills with water until the float shuts off the supply.


Indy Portables and Portable Restroom Trailers are some of the places to buy used portable toilets, as of 2015. These stores allow the buyer to have mobile restrooms for outdoor events, on construction sites and any other place for convenience.


Portable showers for the home include the Portable Wheelchair Shower, Portable Bariatric Shower, Portable EMS Shower and Portable Recliner Model Shower. The Portable Wheelchair Shower has a length of 36 inches, a width of 36 inches and a height of 48 inches.