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Sanitation Equipment in the Elements

Posted by Josh Kaufman on 5/31/2016 to Ag - GAP
The weather is unpredictable, and you never know what is around the corner. With that in mind, durability is a key consideration for current and future portable toilet and sink owners. Here are some tips to help your sanitation equipment hold up against the elements and stay in good shape longer:

Sink Preparation Steps for First-Time Use

Posted by Josh Kaufman on 5/24/2016 to Food Service
Buyers more than likely do their fair share of research before purchasing a portable sink. But even though it's a fairly straightforward piece of equipment, there are some steps that should be taken prior to first use to ensure you don't have any problems.

Best Practices for Special Events

Posted by Josh Kaufman on 5/17/2016 to Ag - GAP
In addition to standard farm operation, some businesses interact directly with the public with events like farmers markets, U-picks, and petting zoos. These events serve as alternative sources of income, as well as promotional activities to market the business. GAP requirements apply to every aspect of the agricultural industry, and these events are no exception. 

Water Capacity to Get You Through Your Events

Posted by Josh Kaufman on 5/10/2016 to Food Service
As a food service professional, you know the importance of always being prepared. Appropriate water capacity should rank highly on your list of considerations if you are purchasing your first portable sink or replacing a unit.

Post-Purchase Tips for Portable Sanitation Equipment Owners

Posted by Josh Kaufman on 5/3/2016 to Ag - GAP

Simply having portable restrooms and sinks doesn’t mean you’re set. How you use and manage them will determine your level of compliance when completing the USDA’s audit. Here are some post-purchase tips to help you make the most of your new equipment:

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