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How Portable Lavatory Systems Help Gardeners and Landscapers Focus on Their Work

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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Landscaping crews try to prepare for their long day ahead as much as possible. Because they can never assume if their clients will allow them to use their restrooms, landscapers typically make bathroom stops at fast food joints or gas stations before going to the client’s house.

However, the urge to use the bathroom can hit us when we least expect it. Maybe what you had for breakfast didn’t agree with you or that big dinner has finally passed through your system. It can happen when we’re on the road or in the middle of our workday. You could be installing a sprinkler system, pulling weeds, or working manure into the soil.

Stopping your work to go find the nearest bathroom is terrible for productivity, especially if the nearest gas station or restaurant is miles away. Because the need to pee or poop can be unpredictable and facilities on-site aren’t always accessible, landscaping crews need to make their bathroom arrangements.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]

The Benefits of Keeping a Portable Commode and Portable Lavatory Systems On-hand

With a portable Commode and Waste Bag, there’s no need to put the client in the uncomfortable position of having to decide if they should let your crew use their private bathrooms. Bringing your Portable Lavatory System also helps prevent work stoppage because you always have bathroom facilities within reach.

A supply of Waste Bags come with the Brief Relief Commode system which also includes a full-sized seat. For added privacy, you can use the Commode inside a privacy tent.

The Brief Relief Privacy Enclosure provides users with a large, sound-reducing enclosure built to provide maximum privacy and comfort. It’s constructed from flame-resistant PVC with integrated spring locking fiberglass poles. The enclosure’s side panels conform to OSHA noise-reduction standards and reduce sound by 3-5 decibels from inside and out.

The client can advise gardeners and landscaping crews where it’s best to set up their lavatory systems; clients often don’t mind if you place your enclosure and commode on their property, as long as it doesn’t block any driveways or walkways. For obvious reasons, it’s best to put your lavatory system somewhere that’s not too exposed. A private spot in the backyard usually works best. Because the privacy enclosure also comes with a detachable floor that protects from rough or wet terrain, you can set it up just about anywhere.

Because the commode is the height of a standard toilet and full-sized seat, it’s comfortable to use. It’s been tested to withstand 300 lbs. of pressure. Line the commode with the Disposa-John; the Brief Relief Waste Bag that was designed to handle both liquid and solid waste. The triple barrier bag and liner contain a unique blend of polymers and enzymes that work to convert human waste into a deodorized gel.

After use, remove the waste bag from the commode, and seal it shut. Because all Brief Relief products are from non-toxic materials, the wag bags are landfill-safe and can be thrown away in a regular trash can. Each waste bag even comes with ample toilet paper and antimicrobial wipe for added sanitation.[/vc_column_text][vc_separator][vc_column_text]

Brief Relief’s patented bags come with safe chemicals that treat waste. Brief Relief also offers portable commodes and privacy shelters, providing employees with a private bathroom that can easily pop up and be taken down wherever they need it.


To find out more about how Brief Relief is changing working conditions for people whose jobs make it challenging to access running toilets, check out our Portable Lavatory Systems.