As parks reopen and people emerge from sheltering in place, more people are exploring the great outdoors than ever!
That means more park traffic. While preparing your property for the influx of visitors, don’t forget about your waste facilities. With more people pouring into parks, the toilets get used more frequently, and the odor can become unbearable if left unattended. Don’t let the odor from these toilets deter visitors from returning.
PORT vault toilet treatment from Southland Organics is the trusted waste management liquid used coast to coast by units of the National Park Service, US Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation and the Army Corp of Engineers.
This powerful liquid formula uses organic matter and microbes to feed on waste and control odor, instead of simply covering it up. It is formulated to be used in portable toilets, vault toilets and pit type toilet applications.
Benefits of PORT:
- Provides rapid waste degradation and accelerates decomposition
- Eliminates odors, does not simply cover them up with perfumes and fragrances
- Harmless to animal, human and marine life
- Digests difficult compounds toxic to naturally occurring bacteria or existing sewage bacteria
- Breaks down difficult detergents, fats, oils, tissue and hydrocarbons
- Reduces corrosion resulting from leaching hydrogen sulfide
- Non-corrosive, non-pathogenic; safe to handle
- Eliminates the need for carbon sources such as wood chips
Learn more here: Portable Outdoor Restroom Treatment
If you'd like to learn more about how PORT can help your park's waste management program, give us a call anytime at 800-608-3755.
About the Author
This blog was written by Allen Reynolds, Southland Organics’ Poultry Sales Manager. Allen spent years working on poultry farms, from installing equipment to dumping chicks. He has been helping poultry farmers overcome obstacles since 2014, focusing on poultry farm strength in the antibiotic-free environment since 2017. He has traveled thousands of miles and worked closely with hundreds of farmers during his time with Southland Organics. Allen is known by even more farmers from the YouTube channel Poultry Biosecurity, where he regularly appears in videos that educate farmers on topics like bird health and farm business. Learn more about Allen here.