Chemical toilets shall be constructed with floors of a smooth finished, nonabsorbent
material. Seats, walls and ceilings must be of smooth, easily cleanable, light colored finish.
The tank and bowl must be ventilated by means of a screened pipe at least 4" in diameter, which
shall extend at least 6" above the roofline.
Portable restroom units shall be constructed with floors of a smooth finished, nonabsorbent material.
Seats, walls and ceiling shall be of smooth, easily cleanable, light-colored finish.
Waste holding tanks shall be structurally designed specifically for waste holding tank application and
constructed from corrosion resistant, leak free, durable material. The tank and all waste plumbing shall be
ventilated to drain all fixtures and minimize objectionable odors.
Units shall be installed to allow unobstructed access for servicing equipment to remove waste.
A solution of sodium hydroxide or other approved chemical shall be maintained in the tank or
receiving element of the chemical toilet at a level that prevents septicity and the creation
of objectionable odors.
All chemical toilets, portable restroom units and portable waste holding tanks shall be plainly and durably marked with the permit holder’s name and telephone
number, in clear, easily readable letters, on outside of the toilet.