If you are planning a large outdoor event, then one vital part of the process is arranging for the rental of portable toilets. It is important for the event's attendees to be comfortable and able to use the restroom when necessary. 

If this is your first time planning a large event and you have never rented portable toilets before, then these tips will assist you with the rental process:

Tip: Make Sure You Comply with Local ADA Requirements

When hosting a large public event, you will need to comply with any local Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements. 

For example, most municipalities require you to rent a certain number of portable toilets that are accessible to people using a wheelchair or other medically-required adaptive devices.

You should speak with the office where you obtained your permit for the event about any local requirements in relation to the ADA law. If they tell you disabled access portable restrooms are required, then you must include them in your rental package. If you do not, then you could be fined or have your event shut down.

Tip: Consider Upgrading to Include a Portable Washing Station

Since it is vital for your event attendees to be able to wash their hands before interacting with others or eating after using the bathroom, you should consider upgrading your portable toilet rental package to include a washing station. 

Portable washing stations have tanks of water connected to sinks. This provides everyone an easy way to wash up without resorting to trying to use bottled water or other ineffective methods.

Tip: Know Exactly Where the Rented Restrooms Will Be Placed

It is important that you know exactly where you want to put the portable toilets when they arrive on-site. This cannot be a last-minute decision. 

Portable toilets need to be placed on a level surface so they won't rock back and forth when people walk in them.

In addition, it is always a good idea to place rented restrooms up against the outside wall of a structure to protect them from the wind. If you don't have a structure, then the restrooms can be staked down to the ground to help secure them.

Finally, it is important to note that the portable restrooms you rent will be delivered on a large truck. The truck needs to be able to easily access the site to both drop off and retrieve the units when the event is over.

For more information, contact a company that provides portable toilets.