Here are just a few of the innovative products now on the show floor at the WWETT Show.

Manufacturers serving the portable sanitation industry introduced innovations when the Water & Wastewater Equipment, Treatment & Transport Show opened today. The biggest trade show in wastewater services is a favored venue to unveil new products. Here's a sampling of new offerings a big crowd of attendees had a chance to look over:

T.S.F. Co. Inc. brought a lifting bracket designed to carry its 90-gallon two-place sink on high-rise construction sites. The safety orange bracket is constructed from 1/4-inch by 2-inch flat bar with a 1/4-inch lifting cable, which cradles and balances fully loaded sinks. The product was built in response to OSHA concerns about lifting sinks.


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PolyPortables showed the Axxis restroom built on the company's Standard and Integra models. The new front panel design utilizes a new compact self-closing hinge tested to exceed 300,000 open/close cycles, heavy-duty rotary latch, deep ambidextrous door pulls with grips, a re-engineered door frame, and full-length door that eliminates the need for a threshold.


Armal introduced the G-Wave restroom made from 90 percent post-consumer recycled material. The gunmetal gray injection-molded unit satisfies contractors seeking a greener product or for sale in countries that require use of recycled products. The unit features a solar light.

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Five Peaks showed off the new smooth-sided Glacier II restroom in a variety of colors. The unit includes the standard features along with an easy-to-clean and graffiti-resistant design with flat interior and exterior panels. The unit has deep molded-in grab handles on all four corners.

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ART Co. parked its new Cellar restroom trailer model on the exhibit floor. The Cellar features a rustic barn wood design on the doors and cabinets, as well as corrugated steel accent walls. The unit on display is the 20-foot Model 207 with four toilets for women and one toilet and two urinals for men.

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