Testimonials

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I am a United States Army National Guard pilot serving in Afghanistan on a one I fly 4 to 6 hour combat missions nightly and our aircraft, the Beech King Air 300 series, toilets have been removed to allow space for additional mission critical sensor equipment. This presents the air crews with regular physiological challenges. But because of your creative product, the “BriefRelief” bag, I and my crews are able to hydrate normally before and during the long endurance flights. Often times we have mixed gender crews onboard a cramped aircraft cabin, so the privacy designed into the product is also very discreet and accommodating. I have attached a picture of two happy crew members next to their airplane after completing another 6 hour combat mission over the skies of Afghanistan. Thank you for the creative work and thought that went into this product. Because of it, our crews are healthier and happier, and our aircraft are able to pack more sophisticated sensor equipment in an already cramped space that is used to keep our troops safer on the ground. Thanks again,

Bill SutherlandCW3

I am writing you today, on behalf of the 1998 Everest Environmental Expedition, to tell you that once again your Brief Relief Field Lavatory Systems performed without fail on our recent expedition. We used the systems at Base Camp at 17,600 feet and at Camp 2 at 21,300 feet, where the conditions ranged from freezing temperatures to scorching sun, and driving snow and wind. Similar to our expedition on Cho Oyu last year, the systems and the tents that enclosed them proved to be hassle free and were quite comfortable. The systems definitely received some serious use and abuse. With the combination of climbers, base camp personnel, Sherpas, and trekkers, we had a total of 450 kilograms (that’s almost 1,000 pounds!) of human waste that was collected and treated. Occasionally members of other expeditions would use the system and comment on how jealous they were that they did not have something similar. One of the biggest problems on Everest is the amount of human waste littering the mountain and thanks to your system our expedition was able to easily, safely, and cleanly remove all of our waste from the mountain and help us stick to our goal of “leaving no trace”. Your Field Lavatory System was an integral part of our environmental plan for the expedition. We all look forward to future expeditions with Brief Relief Field Lavatory System.

Everest Environmental ExpeditionBase Camp Manager

It would be a very practical idea to have a supply of your product on hand at the various Postal facilities. This would be especially important during emergency situations as we have experienced in the Northridge earthquake.

National Association of Letter CarriersPresident

Your “Brief Relief” and other similar products appear to be excellent alternatives when faced with situations where restrooms or portable facilities are not available. I would recommend the use of “Brief Relief” as an alternative or for emergency situations.

Local Union 1245 International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW)Business Manager

After careful consideration of the “Brief Relief” disposable urinal bag I would agree that this is an excellent alternative to all other means to relieve oneself. Our membership, in the past, has been faced with situations when restroom or portable facilities were not available and the only alternative has been to use cans, bottles or the great outdoors where sanitation and legal issues abound.

Local 9588 Communications Workers of AmericaPresident

Back in September you kindly sent stickers and samples of Brief Relief. This past weekend we had our Joint Ministry Training, and it was a successful event. As expected, we had Air and Army ministry teams from nearby Rocky Mountain states.

Anonymous

As I passed out your samples, I got a lot of chuckles. I guess no matter how old we get, potty humor is still funny! As we discussed some of the reasons why products of this sort matter, I reminded a bunch of us who have been around a few years that we aren’t the same military we were even just a few years ago. With women being more and more visible in our ranks, that visibility means we can’t just step to the back of our Humvee to relieve ourselves. We now have to act like we have a bit of civility even in the field. Even though it got chuckles, my people agreed that it’s a good product!

Anonymous

I was planning to send this email anyway, but coincidentally one of my chaplains started texting me about an hour ago. There was a major car crash on I-15 and the freeway was closed for about 2 hours. He happened to mention that he didn’t expect to use Brief Relief, but after being stuck in what turned into a parking lot, after his bladder “reached the size of Alaska” he remembered he had the sample in his car, largely forgotten since Sunday when I passed them out. He swears by the quality of your product!</p> <p>Thanks again for your support!

Major G.WUS Army

I was planning to send this email anyway, but coincidentally one of my chaplains started texting me about an hour ago. There was a major car crash on I-15 and the freeway was closed for about 2 hours. He happened to mention that he didn’t expect to use Brief Relief, but after being stuck in what turned into a parking lot, after his bladder “reached the size of Alaska” he remembered he had the sample in his car, largely forgotten since Sunday when I passed them out. He swears by the quality of your product!</p> <p>Thanks again for your support!

Anonymous

“I agree that the Brief Relief line of products provide an excellent alternative when regular restroom facilities are not available. Members are faced, on a daily basis, with having to use “make-shift” containers such as cups, bottles, or other unsanitary containers or have to “hold it” for some time while trying to find a clean and safe restroom. This can present long term health issues such as bladder infections and incontinence in later years.”

Teamsters Local No. 63Secretary/Treasurer

The “Brief Relief” disposable urinal bag certainly fills the bill and is a more sanitary alternative to how this emergency situation is handled presently.

Teamsters Local No. 542Business Representative

“I feel Brief Relief is the answer for our members to have an environmentally safe and sanitary means to relieve themselves. Every person has been faced with the situation of having need for a restroom with either the facilities at great distance or else not clean enough to feel comfortable. Your products take care of those problems for both male and female. It also solves the possible exposure problems since it is easily usable within the privacy of a vehicle.”

Local 127, San Diego Area Municipal Employees UnionPresident

These were recommended by my son who works for a utility company who supplies them. So much neater and better than the urinal I had for emergencies previously

S. White