Book your hassle-free portable toilet solutions with unmatched convenience and transparency.
Avoid the queues for the loos by providing clean portable toilets at your event. Whether you are organising outdoor music concerts, festivals or shows, or simply need extra portaloos at the last minute, our short and long-term portable toilet hire service can be tailored to your needs to provide you with ultimate peace of mind.
Our friendly team is available at 0800 644 1248 to help you identify how many toilets you need and talk you through the options available to you.
We offer a streamlined booking process with transparent and competitive pricing for portaloo hire, regardless of the type of event you need it for. At Greenline Environmental, we understand that timing is crucial for event businesses and organisers, which is why we strive to provide reliable, flexible and prompt service whenever possible.
Our friendly and professional drivers can deliver and collect ready-to-use portable toilets at the time and day that works best for you, so you can focus on what truly matters – running a successful and enjoyable event.
All portable toilets are maintained and cleaned regularly to ensure that they are always in top condition before delivery, ensuring satisfaction and comfort every step of the way. There are also no hidden fees or charges, and our full audit trail guarantees that you’re always informed and in control of your portable toilet needs from the start to the end.
We are also committed to our environmental responsibility, putting sustainability at the forefront of every service we offer. So you can rest assured that every piece of waste we collect is reused, recycled, repurposed, and managed responsibly; with landfill avoidance being our top priority.
Our standard portable toilets are self-contained and can be easily and quickly set up anywhere, making them ideal for outdoor events and sites. They come equipped with a toilet seat, flush mechanism, sink, hand sanitiser and locking door handle for added privacy. Let us know if you have any questions about different toilet options or need help finding the right number of portable toilets for the event. You can also contact us at 0800 644 1248.
|Reliable deliveries and collections|
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|Full audit trail for better accountability and transparency|
|Landfill avoidance, we take our responsibility seriously – reuse, recycle and repurpose|
Portable toilets should be set up on a firm and level ground surface. They can also be placed strategically for accessibility, convenience, as well as safety and security. For example, you can place portaloos near high-traffic areas or locations where people are likely to need them, such as near food and drink stalls, stages, work sites, etc. You should also consider the positioning of portable toilets, as you don’t want to place them too close to high-traffic areas or too far away for safety and accessibility reasons.
Some portaloos can come with built-in lighting, especially those designed for use at events or sites that require nighttime access. However, not all portable toilets come with lighting features.
This will usually depend on the duration of the event, your audience size and the capacity of the tank – this typically ranges from 225 to 390 litres. For short term events with a lot of users, we usually recommend having the tanks emptied and the units cleaned daily or every other day for sanitary reasons and to prevent overflows. You can also get in touch with us for more advice on servicing frequency based on your specific needs and requirements.
Portable toilets are designed to capture waste in a storage tank upon flushing, where it is treated with chemicals to break down the waste and reduce odours. Standard portaloos are usually equipped with flow indicators, so you can easily monitor when the tank is approaching full capacity and needs to be emptied. Once the portaloo is at full capacity, a large vacuum is used to transfer all toilet waste to a holding tank, which is then taken to a specialised cleaning facility for safe disposal.