How must the waste from a chemical toilet, portable restroom unit or portable waste holding tank be disposed?
The waste from a chemical toilet, portable restroom unit or portable waste holding tank is non-hazardous liquid waste (NHLW). NHLW must be disposed by an NHLW hauler permitted by Maricopa County. Ror a list of approved disposal sites, see the Non-Hazardous Liquid Waste Disposal Sites resource page.

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1. What is a chemical toilet?
2. What is a portable restroom unit?
3. What is a portable waste holding tank?
4. How must the waste from a chemical toilet, portable restroom unit or portable waste holding tank be disposed?
5. Who has to have a chemical toilet permit, portable restroom unit or portable waste holding tank permit?
6. What are the chemical toilet, portable restroom unit and portable waste holding tank regulations?
7. How often do chemical toilets, portable restroom units and portable waste holding tanks have to be serviced?
8. Where can chemical toilets, portable restroom units and portable waste holding tanks be placed?
9. What is the blue liquid in the tank and why is it there?
10. Are toilet facilities required on construction sites?
11. Are toilet facilities required at public gatherings?
12. How much does a chemical toilet, portable restroom unit or portable waste holding tank permit cost?
13. When does a chemical toilet, portable restroom units and portable waste holding tanks permit expire?
14. What is required to obtain a chemical toilet, portable restroom unit or portable waste holding tank permit?
15. When can I use my chemical toilet, portable restroom unit or portable waste holding tank?
16. How do I apply for a chemical toilet, portable restroom unit or portable waste holding tank permit?