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Roll-offs, or open top containers, are designed for industrial businesses or large temporary projects like landscaping work or construction. Unlike with front/rear load containers, trucks can only haul one roll-off at a time. This solution is ideal for high-volume businesses and those with temporary waste removal needs. If your business is undergoing construction or churning out large amounts of waste and recyclable materials, explore the various roll-off sizes available. Common size options:
One truck can pick up from multiple sites, making frequent pickups more affordable. These bins have an opening so you can toss trash bags through a side door or the top, and are typically serviced on a weekly to daily basis. Front load dumpsters are a great option for long-term commercial use. Add-on options are available depending on your business needs. For example, you can add a lock bar to prevent others from using your dumpster illegally. Caster wheels are a good option for businesses in cities with tight alleyways, as they make the container movable. Common size options:
Standard Units. This is the base portable toilet, the one that is most commonly seen on construction sites and in other industrial settings. The standard unit is the core of the fleet and the workhorse of the industry. It’s built to hold up over the long haul despite constant loading and unloading and prolonged use in industrial environments.
Special Events Units. Up a level from standard units is the special event unit. It’s used at festivals, fairs, weddings and similar events that are a little more high-end.
Enhanced Access Units. It is a good idea to have wheelchair-accessible units and may be a requirement by federal law in many applications. Enhanced access units are larger than standard units to accommodate wheelchairs.
Restroom Trailers. Restroom trailers, or luxury trailers, make the bathroom experience “like home.” The trailers are equipped with multiple stalls, urinals and, sometimes, showers. It is common for trailers to have heating and air conditioning, as well as decorative fixtures, flooring and more. Restroom trailers are used at high-end events like outdoor weddings or special construction projects — settings where the customer desires more than a standard portable toilet.