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“Montana” 6 Station Portable Restroom Trailer

Rich Specialty Trailers has introduced the "Montana",  6 station restroom trailer with an outstanding floor plan and all the great quality you've come to expect from Rich Specialty Trailers. In the Montana, CT8206, the men’s side is comprised of 1 stall, 2 urinals, and 2 sinks in the vanity.  The women’s side has 3 stalls

“Job Site” Portable Restroom Trailer

Rich Specialty Trailers is now offering a construction site restroom trailer with a male dominated floor plan.     This new portable restroom trailer floor plan is designed with 8 male stations (4 stalls and 4 urinals) and one female station.  An industrial package décor includes tough aluminum lined interior walls and durable stainless steel countertops. The

“Alpine” 5 Station Portable Restroom Trailer

Rich Specialty Trailers introduces the new Alpine 815 model restroom trailer with Craftsman Décor.  This portable restroom trailer features light, bright, water proof interior walls of fiberglass and composites.  With the interior components constructed of a composite baseboard trim, a composite chair rail and rubberized flooring this trailer has a high resistance to water damage. 

“Max” 2 Station Restroom Trailer

Rich Specialty Trailers is proud to introduce the new “Max” Model Restroom Trailer with Vegas Décor.  This new portable restroom trailer floor plan is designed for special events and weddings.  This two station restroom trailer has both entrance doors on the curb side of trailer to avoid public traffic in the street.  The new light

Rich Restrooms has gone “Green”

As a manufacturer of commercial restroom trailers Rich Restrooms has been certified by a national third party inspection agency as having met all the requirements necessary to be classified as a "green" manufacturer.  This extensive certification process involved developing production systems in which Rich Restrooms uses green materials in the construction of its products, limiting