Planning an outdoor wedding? Here are your portable toilet options

Date: April 4th, 2019 Author: ZTERS

Outdoor weddings are a great way to experience natural spaces as you celebrate your union. Planning an outdoor wedding sometimes takes a little more effort than a traditional indoor event, especially when it comes to scheduling logistics like portable toilets. Even if the outdoor venue has some toilet facilities, they may not be sufficient for […]

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Commercial Waste Service: Expectations vs. Reality

Date: March 29th, 2019 Author: ZTERS

Whether you manage one or multiple commercial facilities, chances are you’ve had some pain points around your permanent commercial waste service. If you manage multiple sites, you may be dealing with multiple vendors, multiple invoices and multiple points of contact each time you call or email. And with the 2018 changes in recycling processing, managing […]

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What to Know About the Types of Temporary Fence Rentals

Date: March 25th, 2019 Author: ZTERS

Installing a fence is a costly and labor-intensive project, and you don’t need long-term fencing for construction sites or events. Temporary fence rentals give you the option to place fencing temporarily, provide a solid barrier, and protect your site without a permanent fence structure. Not sure what options are available with fencing rentals? Here’s a […]

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Ask Angela: What kind of porta potties will show up at my outdoor wedding?

Date: March 15th, 2019 Author: ZTERS

Angela Phillips is a Senior Account Manager III at ZTERS Site Solutions. She helps customers with some of their most challenging site service issues, and she answers your questions here on our website. Dear Angela, I’m planning an outdoor wedding, but I’m worried the portable toilets will end up being gross. I don’t want our […]

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5 Portable Toilet Rental Myths Busted

Date: March 4th, 2019 Author: ZTERS

Imagine you’ve been planning an outdoor wedding or a family reunion for months. You secured the space. You called the tent rental, the caterer, and the florist. If it’s a smaller affair, maybe you rounded up family members to divvy up the DIY responsibilities. But what about the bathroom facilities? A week before the event […]

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How do you choose the right roll-off dumpster?

Date: January 28th, 2019 Author: ZTERS

Construction projects of all sizes have one thing in common – you’re going to need a roll-off dumpster. Dumpsters are one of the first services you schedule when you establish a construction site. They come in several sizes, and the right one will depend on your project size, budget, and what you’ll be hauling away. […]

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Is temporary fencing right for your project?

Date: December 10th, 2018 Author: ZTERS

Purchasing and storing fencing for construction sites and events can be costly. It also requires transport and storage logistics. For many construction companies and event managers, the project won’t have a line item in the budget for purchasing new fencing outright, and permanent fencing is almost never practical. That’s why so many companies turn to […]

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Five reasons your construction project needs a storage container

Date: December 10th, 2018 Author: ZTERS

Where do you find storage space for all the supplies, equipment and tools required for your project? If you’re like many construction companies, you probably rent space at a storage facility, ask subcontractors to store things (and hope you see everything again), or build a temporary shed and cross your fingers no one cuts the […]

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Industry Insights: Budgeting for a Roll-Off Dumpster

Date: August 9th, 2017 Author: Chad Farley

Budgeting for a Roll-Off Dumpster There are a few factors that might be overlooked when determining a budget for a dumpster rental. Generally, the most important factors are the type of debris and amount. Are you throwing away cardboard, construction debris, or concrete? Obviously, the scale at the landfill is going to be friendlier with […]

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Providing Real Value: Saving Time, Money, and Stress

Date: July 18th, 2017 Author: Chad Farley

Every company that has ever thrived either provided value to their customers or, at the very least, convinced their customers that they did. Microsoft and Apple are prime examples of companies that provided value to customers. Computers and their operating systems have rearranged the way people think, work, and play. They both have made people […]

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