An unpleasant smell in public facilities like portable toilets is more manageable than avoidable. The only way race participants can avoid these odours is by being the first to use these units before anyone else. It definitely isa daunting task to be the first to use a portable toilet at marathon events like Berlin which attracts over 40,000 runners and a few thousand supporters comprising friends, families and the local community.
These public toilet facilities at racing events are in constant use due to the sheer number of runners and their accompanying supporters. Every individual that uses these units leaves behind a smell which then blends with that of all the previous users. This whole cycle could contribute to an obnoxious smell if not properly managed by the suppliers. As such, facility suppliers employ different approaches to ensure the smell generated in portable toilets during race events is subdued to a great degree. Who wouldn’t like to walk into a fresh and nicely scented toilet? Below are some of the ways public toilet suppliers make their units smell nice.
Different ways the smell in portable toilets are reduced
We definitely understand that as a variety of people answer the call of nature before, during and after a race, there is an awful blend of odour which could lead to stench. Here are a few ways this smell is diffused in a portable toilet.
It is quite clear that portable toilets at running events like marathons can easily be confronted with the challenge of strong odour if important measures are not put in place by the suppliers.
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