Portable Sanitation Association International

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W EEKLY EDITION AUGUST 7, 2019 Note: The PSAI is committed to bringing Members industry news. It creates original content and it aggregates news that appears in other sources. Unless otherwise stated in organizational documents or in Associa tion Insight newsletters, the PSAI does not have or take a position on the content of news items from other sources. Portable Sanitation Pays Business Insider recently listed 15 jobs that may seem off - putting but pay surprisingly well. Portable restroom c leaners are listed as a career that can afford a good quality of life and an above - average income of up to $50,000 a year. Maybe it's time to let under - employed folks know that they'd benefit from a career change. READ THE ARTICLE Is Your Insurance Up t o Date? Everyone knows they should have it, but are you sure you're ready for a disaster if it happens ? Multiple fire departments worked to contain a fire that spread throughout a portable restroom business last week. A broken gas line made the fire parti cularly difficult to extinguish. The business is a total loss, but luckily no one was hurt. READ THE ARTICLE San Francisco Succeeds with Portable Public Toilets When faced with a public defecation crisis, San Francisco officials kn ew something needed to be done. In 2014, the city started its "Pit Stop" program to help decrease the nearly 27,000 requests for feces removal it receives yearly. The program has created numerous jobs and created a more sanitary city for everyone. READ T HE ARTICLE

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