After people use the toilet, they need a way to clean their hands to prevent the spread of germs. In the portable sanitation industry, there are two solutions: hand sanitizer and portable sinks (soap & water). You should be offering one or both of these add-on options to your portable restroom rentals as a way to satisfy customer needs and make additional money. This infographic lists the benefits for you (the portable restroom operator) and the user.
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Options include in-unit hand sanitizer dispensers or standalone sanitizer stands
A lower-priced add-on than a sink, so you’ll make your money back faster
Useful for customers in any industry
Easy to transport. If the hand sanitizer dispenser is in the unit, you don’t need to bring anything additional. If it is on a stand, you can fit one stand — if not several — in a unit you are bringing.
For the User
A good way to clean hands and remove germs as long as there is no visible dirt or debris on them
Does not take a lot of time to use
Does not use additional resources like water and paper towels
For the Portable Restroom Operator
Options include in-unit washstands and soap dispensers or standalone portable sinks
A higher-end add-on, so you can charge more
Useful for customers in any industry, but especially food service, where there are strict handwashing requirements
For the User
A good way to clean hands and remove germs, especially if there is dirt or debris on them
Heated sinks satisfy the warm water handwashing requirements of health departments monitoring the food service industry
Comfort of knowing that you are getting a thorough handwashing experience