Portable Sanitation Association International

Association Insight, December 23, 2020

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ASSOCIATIONINSIGHT Portable Sanitation Association International News BIWEEKLY EDITION DECEMBER 23, 2020 Page 21 Company Offers Photo Ops A-OK Waste Services in Macon, Georgia is inviting people to pose for a selfie in, on, or near a mobile toilet with a sign that reflects their feelings about 2020. Whether you'd like to put 2020 in the crapper, flush the year down the drain, or claim the year was trash, there's a sign for that. The company is also offering a $50 gift card to the best photo from their display that's posted on their Facebook page. Who knows, it may just become a new tradition to flush away the old year. Read the full story here. Note: The PSAI is committed to bringing industry news to its members. It creates original content and aggregates news from other sources. Unless otherwise stated in organizational documents or in Association Insight newsletters, the PSAI does not have or take a position on the content of news items from other sources. Demand Drains Potty Providers Portable toilet providers in Nova Scotia, Canada were nervous earlier this year when events started to be canceled, but they needn't have worried. Since March, many providers have become exhausted trying to keep up with demand. People have rented units for two-week quarantines, job sites have increased the number of units on site, and home septic tanks have needed more frequent cleaning. With students home for the holidays, some families are installing a quarantine portable toilet unit by their houses. In short, 2020 has been a boon to local providers! Read the full story here. 2020 Ends with a Hallelujah! Service Sanitation, based in Gary, Indiana, has rolled out a new portable toilet light and music display for this year's holidays. Fittingly, the company tweeted out, "HALLELUJAH, the end of 2020 is finally here!" to introduce the two-minute clip of 32 stacked units belting out a synthesized remix of the Hallelujah chorus from Handel's Messiah while lighted faces on the units seem to sing along. Click on the link below to access the full story and view the video. Read the full story here.

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