Portable toilet where TriMet driver was stabbed long a source of concern | OregonLive.com
"When TriMet paid us, the drivers we're allowed to use the restroom here," said Young Nam, who owns Checkers Market with her husband. "But they don't want to pay any more."
Uh Huh, there ya go, they told the story right there!
A TriMet spokeswoman couldn't confirm Nam's story. If the agency stopped payments to the corner market, Hansen said the decision to switch to portable toilets makes no sense."It's got to cost more to rent those Porta-Potties," he said.
~~~>It could be considerably cheaper, its just one toilet
When you help portapotty services decrease their costs they can pass down some of those savings. Therefore, you may be able to keep a portable toilet on site for $100 to $300 per month per unit if you sign a long term contract for multiple units, as long as the units only need to be cleaned once a month or so. The more attention they require the higher the cost.
That's pretty cheap isn't it?
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