Honey Bucket Expands Portable Restroom Services to San Francisco Bay

Pittsburg, California (EastBayDaily) — Honey Bucket, an industry leader in the portable restroom business, is expanding their services into Northern California. The company has established their regional headquarters in the San Francisco Bay Area. From multiple yards, they will provide construction sites, municipal customers, industrial sites, special events and emergency responders with access to their wide range of products and services. California is the fifth state in which Honey Bucket has opened operations, joining successfully established service areas in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Utah.

"Honey Bucket is excited to be a new player in the portable restroom business in the San Francisco Bay Area," said Tim Petersen, Regional Manager. "In California, we are committed to providing a clear difference in service and value, just as we have in our other markets.”

Honey Bucket's inventory includes over 30,000 portable restrooms and other specialty equipment. Standard portable restrooms units, which feature an anti-slip surface and maximum ventilation, and ADA compliant units complete with wheelchair accessibility are available for rent. Seat covers are included in all units and hand sanitizers are available as an option. Honey Bucket also offers a money back guarantee on all of their products and services, ensuring the quality of their work. Service logs in each unit documents the time and date of each service. All customers will have an assigned customer service representative to ensure personalized, fast response to any needs. In addition to portable restrooms, Honey Bucket rents:

-Sink units -Temporary storage containers -Temporary fencing     -Holding tanks- -Comfort Stations

"We make it easy to do business with us. The quality and cleanliness of our units, the dedication of our employees and our responsive service set us apart,” said Petersen. “Our focus is on quality, safety, and service.” Honey Bucket has already joined the Associated General Contractors of California, and will be joining local home building chapters and associations that support the construction and special event industries.


Tim Peterson