When hiring a portable toilet, you want to be able to return it in clean and working condition. Unfortunately, disrespectful people can sometimes make that goal impossible. Luckily, there are ways to reduce the threat of vandalism and excessive dirtiness to your toilets. Here are some tips you should consider. 1. Anchors Tipping over a portaloo is a messy and disgusting prank, which can permanently damage the portaloo as well as any people inside of it when it is tipped over. Anchors can prevent or at least minimise the threat of a portaloo being flipped over. Talk with portaloo companies such as Eagle Hire about anchoring your portable toilets for you. These professionals can install stakes in all four corners of the toilet stall, and these sturdy stakes help in wind as well as against pranks. 2. Security If you want to deter vandalism, hire a security guard to patrol the area around the loos. If you don’t want to hire a security guard, even the presence of an attendant can help to deter vandals. Alternatively, a security camera installed near the toilets can make vandals feel as if they will get caught, and that can be a deterrent. 3. Diligent Reporting If someone does vandalise your toilets, be diligent about reporting them. That sends a clear message to other vandals that you will not tolerate that type of behaviour. This strategy is more relevant to toilets that will be set up for several weeks or months rather than ones that are only in use for a day or two. You should at least still report the incident so they can assist in paying for the damages. 4. Fencing If you are renting a portaloo for your employees to use at a construction site, place a fence around it. This prevents passersby from using the toilet, and the fence creates a small obstacle for vandals as well. If you are renting a portaloo for a music concert or other large event, this strategy can be a helpful way to ensure that only the people who are actually at your event use your toilets. 5. Garbage Bins Garbage bins may not do a lot to deter a vandal with a can of spray paint, but they can reduce the litter and rubbish around the area in general, and that helps to keep your toilets and your event of work site clean. Place an ample number if garbage bins near your toilets, and make sure to change their liners on a regular basis to stop them from overflowing. When the area is clean in general, it encourages other people to treat it as a clean area. If the area is already...