Honey Bucket acquires B&S Port-O-Jons in Waco, TX
Honey Bucket Portable Restrooms, a division of Northwest Cascade Inc., acquired the portable sanitation operations of B&S port-O-Jons. The acquisition continues Honey Bucket’s growth in the Texas area. It is the fourth acquisition in the last eighteen months in the market.
“This acquisition is a great opportunity,” says Ron Inman, Vice President and General Manager of Honey Bucket, “B&S has built a loyal customer base that matches our same core values of commitment, customer focus, can-do attitude, and accountability.”
One of the largest portable restroom companies in the United States, with over 50 years of experience, Honey Bucket built its company the old-fashioned way by providing high-quality products and exceptional customer service. With operations in CA, OR, UT, and WA, they are an employee-owned company where each location runs independently and with local employees running the show.
Honey Bucket provides the cleanest and safest portable restrooms for special events and construction sites. They offer hand-washing sinks, hand-sanitizer stations, temporary fence and crowd barricades, fully self-contained fresh-water flush restrooms and VIP trailers, luxury restroom trailers with flush toilets and sinks, portable shower trailers, and secured storage containers.
Honey Bucket has the expertise to ensure that any event needing portable sanitation will be successful. They have provided relief to millions of attendees at public events, including the Salt Lake City Winter Olympics, hundreds of large city festivals, run, walk, and bike races, parades, and concerts. They also go out of their way to make special events comfortable and safe for attendees at weddings, family reunions, and social gatherings.
“We’ll be more than ready for social events to start up again once we are safely out of this pandemic,” continued Ron, “we proudly stand behind our product and are willing to put our reputation on the line with every restroom. And you will always be able to find us – just look for the bright and cheerful Honey Bucket logo.”