One of UK's leading suppliers of mobile sanitation facilities, welfare units and welfare vehicle for hire.
Davlav regularly supplies mobile sanitation units, such as portable and chemical toilets for hire, welfare vans, mobile and static welfare units for domestic clients and engineering and construction sites.
Established in 2000, Davlav has a wealth of experience in the welfare and sanitation trade, being one of UK’s leading contractors. Based in Grays, Essex, provides the highest quality portable toilet units for construction and development sites, roadworks, utilities companies teams and crews on site for short and long term hire in London and throughout the UK.
Portable toilets can be either standalone units (chemical flush toilets) or be mains connected to a power supply wherever possible to provide hot running water for hand washing and fully adequate and hygienic environment. The comprehensive sanitation hire services usually include installation, maintenance and collection from site after the construction project is complete and the facilities are no longer required.
By HSE regulations from 2010, in order to maintain a hygienic environment, amenities required to be installed for workforce on small and large construction sites consists of (a) chemical toilet(s), hand washing facilities, sufficient seating and tables. Temporary office units provide shelter from the brisk weather conditions alongside a sufficient number of seating and tables to allow rest, as well as heating and means of food heating (microwaves). Changing arrangements and secure storage for personal clothing of site crews are also required for fully adequate welfare facilities throughout the construction phase.
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