Pearland Porta Potty Rentals
For superior quality portable toilet and hand wash station rentals in Pearland, Texas, depend on none other than Texas Waste Co. Since 1999, we have provided construction sites, businesses and special event venues with pre-scheduled or same day distribution of the cleanest and most sanitary porta potties and other portable party rentals. From the Pearland Little League Fields to JPS Drywall on North Main, we’ve been delivering quality service to Pearland, Texas long before opening up shop at 2010 East Broadway.
At Texas Waste Co. we hire locally, serve locally and while we’re at it, we support other local business, too! We love to dine at the Busy Bee, always stop in at Gringo’s and can’t get enough of Killen’s. For us, community pride runs deep and we not only appreciate the loyal customers we’ve acquired over the years but are continually working to meet new members of the community and develop new partnerships. If you’re in need of a portable wash station or porta toilet rental, Texas Waste Co. is your trusted source.
It’s our reputation for superior, sanitary service that makes us an attractive choice for porta brokers. They call on us to handle the supply of porta toilets, hand wash stations and other portable party rentals for them because we own, service and rent all of our sanitary stations and we don’t nickel and dime our services. Our pricing is a transparent ‘all in’ or ‘drive out’ structure that lets you know up front what the cost of service will be.
Whether you need porta potty or portable hand wash stations for your construction site, place of business or special event, Texas Waste Co. has you covered.
Interesting Pearland Facts
The Pearland community first dug its heels into territory near the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway in 1892. A year later, the establishment of a post office would spark the naming of the town, ‘Pearl Land’. Before oil was discovered in 1934, the territory drew settlers from all over because of its rich farmland. It was marketed as an ‘agricultural Eden’ and was supported by farming for many decades thereafter. Eventually, the oil industry stole the limelight and farming diminished.