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We are going to use today’s post as an open Mic Friday, where you get to help provide the content. My question for you is quite simple, can I put a porta-potty inside of a building?
Wikipedia defines a portable toilet as
“A portable toilet is a modern, portable, self-contained outhouse manufactured of molded plastic in a variety of colors and is often used as a temporary toilet for construction sites and large gatherings and events. Portable toilets are referred to colloquially or sold under such brands as port-a-john, job johnny, port-o-let, port-a-loo, sani-privy, port-a-san, porta-potty, tidy john, John To Go, Biff, toi-toi, J-Jon, shit-shack, and porta-kybo”
These are very commonly utilized at outdoor events and the recent inauguration of the President, utilized the most porta johns in recent events.
- Does the building, fire, plumbing, or mechanical codes allow for a contractor to put one of these inside the building during construction process?
- If my restroom facilities are under remodeling, and my building is occupied, can the owner put a port-john in as the bathroom facilities (temporarily)?
- Does the size of the building matter?
Lets us know your thoughts!