JONES WASTE SOLUTIONS

FAQs2023-10-17T23:21:05+00:00

Frequently Asked Questions

Below you’ll find answers to the most common questions you may have about portable toilet rentals and Jones Waste Solutions. Also, please feel free to check out our Facebook page for more information. If you still can’t find the answer you are looking for, contact us!

HOW FAR IN ADVANCE SHOULD I BOOK MY RESERVATION?2023-10-14T13:41:10+00:00

Jones Waste Solutions suggests that you reserve your portable toilet rental as far ahead as possible. While reserving a unit one week in advance is usually sufficient, warm weather, large events or peak times of year may necessitate earlier planning. Our recommendation is to make your reservation at least one month in advance whenever possible. For questions about timing or availability, please contact us at (804) 691-7565.

WHAT ARE MY PAYMENT OPTIONS?2023-10-14T13:38:28+00:00

We accept cash, check and all major credit cards, including Visa, Master Card, Discover and American Express through Square. For event units, payment is required at time of reservation.

DO THE TOILET UNITS HAVE LIGHTING?2023-10-14T13:29:57+00:00

Portable toilets were designed for places without power or water. However, Jones Waste Solutions can provide high-quality, battery-operated, temporary solutions that will serve your lighting needs. Contact us for more information.

WHERE CAN A PORTABLE TOILET BE PLACED ON A YARD OR JOB SITE?2023-10-14T13:27:30+00:00

Our trucks must be able to get within 15 feet of the unit to properly service it. Never attempt to move a unit on you own. Our service driver can help you pick the perfect place for your individual units or restroom trailer.

HOW MANY PORTABLE TOILETS DO I NEED?2023-10-14T13:24:26+00:00

For an event – That depends on the number of guests and the duration of the event. Our experts at Jones Waste Solutions can help you determine exactly which models, and how many you will need to make your occasion a success.

For construction sites – OSHA recommends one toilet for every ten workers working a 40-hour week. However, additional usage by subcontractors and overtime workers can compromise the long-term performance of your facilities.

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