7 Links in Honor of World Portable Sanitation Day

Take time this November to recognize the importance of the portable sanitation industry

7 Links in Honor of World Portable Sanitation Day

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Each Nov. 18, the Portable Sanitation Association International recognizes World Portable Sanitation Day in conjunction with the UN’s World Toilet Day. To mark the occasion, we at PROmonthly.com have gathered several articles that showcase the best of portable restroom operators responding to their community’s needs as well as a few links to portable sanitation facts and figures for those in need of a quick brush-up. Enjoy the read and thank you for all that you do!

  1.  An Ongoing Public Health Threat Shows the Value of PROs
    When COVID-19 hit, you were called on to provide an essential service and delivered with professionalism
  2. Address the Sanitation Issues in Your Own Backyard
    Water problems don't just happen outside of North America, they happen everywhere, including right here
  3. A Family Company Quickly Responds to Place Hundreds of Emergency Restrooms
    The team at Oregon’s Above All Sanitation works overtime to help customers and the public stay safe during the coronavirus pandemic
  4. Nevada PROs Need Special Training to Work Deep Down in the Mines
    The crew at Terry’s Pumpin’ and Potties works through extreme heat, sloppy conditions and underground traffic congestion to provide restroom service to the mining industry.
  5. Celebrating World Toilet Day: Portable Sanitation by the Numbers
  6. Quiz: Portable Sanitation 101
    Calling all seasoned PROs! Test your portable sanitation knowledge here.
  7. Take It From a PRO: World Portable Sanitation Day Edition
    In this new monthly feature, portable sanitation professionals share their advice, insights and anecdotes. See what this month’s PROs had to say about the industry.


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