CapSmashy wrote:United site services out of reno is the contracted provider for the event.
A single unit wi cost you $350 for the week and an ada unit will cost you $500 for the week. You get one free servicing with the rental, addditiona servicings are $25 apiece per unit. When your unit(s) need servicing, flag down a passing uss truck.
USS wil coordinate delivery for drop off at your camp address and will pick it up after the event.
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drletawdry wrote:Our camp is relatively large this year. We are considering renting a porta-potty for camp use.
Has anyone done this in thier camp? Do these things smell all the time? Would you recommend for or against this?
Thanks for the tips!
PS: Sorry if this is a duplicate post. I looked through the threads and did not see any talk of this anywhere, although I was assuming people have talked about this already.
jkisha wrote:Interesting. When I was in construction, we used to rent them for about $90 a month with weekly cleaning included!
This Woman wrote:TIPS â€“
One nice thing about taking them back yourself is they are great for hauling out refuse. But DO NOT leave your garbage for the sani hut folks to clean up. They already have to vacuum your crap.
Lock it - Combo locks are key (pun intended). Better to have pee spots around your sanis (you will) than beer bottles inside them. Weâ€™ve used key locks too, but people got lax about putting the keys back where they belonged.
Light it - Find little reading lights at dollar store or equivilent to attach outside so people can work the combos at night. If youâ€™re running from your tent for a midnight pee, you likely donâ€™t have all your outdoor accessories readily available.
Shade it â€“ those white tarps with holes (love love love them) are perfect for sani shading. They are less visible to the peeing public and it brings the daytime inside temp down considerably.
Check it â€“ Our camp is extremely casual, but I am the pisspot nazi. Do not let potty rules be broken and keep an eye on whats going on. Some people like to sneak in their pickups or just want to be nice to visitors or passers by. Not recommended. Nip it in the bud. Nip it! Nip it!
theCryptofishist wrote:I realise that this is a minority concern, but if you take it out, then it's on the trailer. I can't climb up.
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