HEY THERE! I’M PRIVY...
I'm a portable luxury wedding & events toilet with a little bit of pretty!
I am 5m long x 3m high x 2m wide, I have two unisex cubicles that cater for up to 120 people, I have my own solar power,
I have a self managing water tank/pump & waste tank I come on a trailer but cant be moved once I am placed
My wood-look exterior, wood-look flooring, black marble bench tops, large mirrors, perfect modern lighting &
custom wood paper towel holders are so good you'll wee your pants....
(AKA we're a lot prettier than your average wedding & event toilet and that shits exciting)
I can be set up (prettyyyyy much) A N Y W H E R E
I use 100% recycled toilet paper from Who Gives A Crap , Recycled paper towel and I clean my guests hands
with ThankYou Hand Wash.
Ethical AND pretty - where do we sign up ey?
Don't go spending an arm and a leg on the perfect event and forget about the toilets...
its the little things that people notice (except for the guys, they don't notice much and will probably find a nice looking tree)
For weddings and events on the Mornington Peninsula I am $1,200+GST for my unit which includes two unisex toilets
(This caters for up to 120 guests)
My Price Includes:
· Delivery and pickup on the Mornington Peninsula
· Thank You hand soap
· 100% recycled toilet paper from Who Gives A Crap
· 100% recycled paper towel from who Gives A Crap and a paper towel bin
For weddings and events outside of the Mornington Peninsula, a travel fee will be charged.
The areas which we service (outside of the Mornington Peninsula) are: Melbourne CBD and surrounds,
Geelong & Surf Coast, Yarra Valley, Dandenong Ranges, Country Victoria
C O N T A C T
'We're determined to prove that toilet paper is more than just wiping bums.
We make all of our products with environmentally friendly materials, and we donate 50% of our profits to help build toilets or those in need.
We think toilets are pretty funny, but we started Who Gives A Crap when we learnt that 2.4 billion people (roughly 40% of the world’s population) don’t have access to a toilet. Unfortunately that’s not very funny. Poor sanitation causes diarrhoea related diseases that fill over half of sub-Saharan African hospital beds and kill 900 children under 5 every day.
Luckily, toilets are proven to be a great solution—they provide dignity, health and an improved quality of life. And in case that wasn’t enough, it’s been shown that a dollar invested in sanitation yields $5.50 in increased economic prosperity.
Toilets are magical!'