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Portable Toilets for Sale (4)

United Rentals carries an extensive inventory of used portable toilets for sale. Using portable toilets can be an excellent cost-effective solution for your outdoor event or construction site needs.

For our full list of portable toilets for sale, view the items below. For more information about portable toilets, visit our resource section.

 

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FAQs About Portable Toilets

United Rentals offers used portable toilets for sale, ideal for keeping your worksite comfortable and efficient. With options including both portable toilets and portable toilet trailers, United Rentals has toilets perfect for outdoor applications, like construction sites, campgrounds, festivals and weddings. Also known as porta potties or porta johns, our portable toilets offer relief without sacrificing comfort. For luxury options that emphasize convenience, choose from top brands like Black Tie and Rich Specialty Trailers. Contact your local United Rentals for help deciding which option best fits your worksite needs.

Learn more about portable toilets in our FAQ section below.

FAQs
How many porta potties do I need for my jobsite?

The number varies, depending on how many people are on a jobsite. As a rule of thumb, one portable toilet for every 50 people should suffice. For more guidance, check out this United Rentals porta potty guide.

Do I need an ADA-compliant porta potty?

This depends on the intended venue of the porta potty, but it is important to note that any restroom in a public or commercial facility is required to adhere to ADA accessibility standards.

Do I need planning permission or a permit for a portable toilet?

Maybe, depending on the placement of the portable toilet. Often, placement on private land does not require a permit, while placement on public property, like a sidewalk or park, would require a permit.