Legal Terms & Conditions

  1. Acceptance. Customer shall be deemed to have accepted these terms and conditions (“Agreement”) upon the earliest of: (i) two business days after receipt of a Company invoice; (ii) delivery of Equipment including, among others, portable restrooms, trailers, fencing, roll-off dumpster, portable storage containers, and/or temporary power equipment (collectively or individually, the “Equipment”) to the Customer’s designated site (the “Site”) and use or acceptance thereof; (iii) acknowledgment or other conduct of Customer (including payment against any invoice); or (iv) Company’s performance of any services Customer has requested. This Agreement supersedes any inconsistent terms of any purchase order or other Customer documents. All agreements are subject to approval by Company.
  2. Payment Terms. Customer shall pay all charges due to Company during the term (the “Period”) shown on the relevant invoice. If credit is approved by Company, invoices are due and payable 10 days from the date on the invoice. If credit is not approved by Company prior to performance, invoices are due and payable by credit card payment before Company will begin performance of the Services. The fees charged by Company apply to the full Period and shall not be prorated (i.e., charges for less than a full Period shall not be prorated). Customer shall be liable to Company for all collection expenses (including reasonable attorneys’ fees), and interest at the rate of 1.5% per month, or such lesser rate as may be the maximum lawful rate, on all overdue accounts. Customer shall pay all additional charges for services separately requested or made necessary by Customer’s breach of this Agreement, including moving/relocation charges, special service charges, and special delivery and removal charges. For payments by check, Customer authorizes Company to use information from Customer’s check to make a one-time electronic fund transfer from Customer’s account or to process and pay for the transaction as a check. Customer shall pay all taxes, including sales tax, license fees and permit fees arising out of the use of the Equipment. Customer shall pay such taxes whether such taxes are shown on the relevant invoice or whether such taxes are later claimed by a governmental authority. In the event of a claim by a governmental agency for taxes related to the Equipment, Customer shall pay to Company such taxes on demand.
  3. Service. Company offers servicing as an option on all portable restrooms. If Customer orders servicing, Company will remove any domestic septic waste (“DSW”) from portable restrooms on the service day(s) scheduled by Company. If Company is unable to service the Equipment as scheduled due to a holiday, inclement weather, site restrictions, site inaccessibility or other circumstances, Company shall service the Equipment on the next available business day subject to Company’s other service commitments. Customer shall provide Company timely, sufficient, and unobstructed access to Equipment, including extended hours or after business hours access, as necessary to perform Services. The pricing of this Agreement is based upon easy access to Site, firm and level ground and a dry location. Company will not remove any waste other than DSW from portable restrooms.
  4. Damage Waiver. Pricing attachment included herein, shall include the benefit of the Company damage waiver program that covers all Damage occurred through any acts of God, or accidental structural damage to all portable restrooms, hand washing stations and holding tanks. EXCEPT (i) Customer shall be liable for theft or disappearance of any Equipment and for any losses or damage resulting from any willful or negligent acts or omissions of Customer or any of its agents, contractors, or employees; and (ii) Customer shall exercise all rights available under its insurance required by Section 9 hereof, and Customer shall take all actions necessary to process and pursue all insurance claims. Customer shall pay Company the actual cost of repair or replacement of the Equipment. The Customer shall not be responsible to Company for any minor wear and tear under normal utilization and or any damage caused by Company. Customer shall promptly notify Company of any loss or damage to the Equipment and shall provide Company with copies of all reports relating to same, including police reports, informal investigation reports, and insurance reports. This Damage Waiver does not apply to portable restrooms, hand washing stations and holding tanks contaminated with Hazardous Materials while in the Customer’s possession. When Company performs at the Customer’s direction, Company is not liable for damage caused to the equipment or damage caused to delivery location or truck access path, except to the extent caused by Company’s sole negligence or willful misconduct.
  5. Equipment Responsibility. Company will deliver the Equipment to the Site at the location selected by Customer at the Period’s commencement. Customer warrants and represents it is solely responsible for and has exercised due diligence and care in selecting a safe location at the Site for placement of any Equipment, and further agrees to direct and supervise the Equipment’s placement. Title to all Equipment remains with Company. Customer shall not modify or move the Equipment from or within the Site absent Company’s written If Customer moves the Equipment from or within the Site without Company’s written consent, Customer immediately assumes all responsibility and liability for all losses and costs incurred by Company. Customer warrants and represents it is familiar with the safe and proper use of the Equipment. Customer shall not sell, rent, lease or otherwise lose possession of the Equipment, nor shall Customer permit any lien to be placed on the Equipment. Customer acknowledges that Company has no control over the use of the Equipment by Customer, and Customer agrees to comply, at Customer’s sole expense, with all applicable governmental and quasi- governmental laws and guidelines, including ANSI Standard Z4.3 and PASI’s published requirements in its “Guide for Clean Portable Sanitation”, if applicable. Customer further agrees to (i) obtain and comply with all applicable governmental and quasi-governmental licenses, permits, registrations, permissions, and other approvals (“Permits”) applicable to the Equipment (including, but not limited to, Permits allowing the delivery and placement of the Equipment at the Site); and (ii) comply with all applicable Permits held by Company applicable to the Equipment.
  6. Equipment and Service Selection. Customer represents and warrants that it has chosen the type of Equipment, the number of Equipment units, the type of Service and the frequency of Service based on the exercise of its own due diligence and care in assessing its own needs and is not relying on any information provided by Company in making any such choices.
  7. Equipment Contamination. Customer represents and warrants that any waste material to be collected in the Equipment or disposed of by Company does not include any radioactive, volatile, biohazardous (excluding noninfectious DSW), flammable, explosive, special waste, or hazardous materials (including but not limited to asbestos, petroleum, paints and any substance identified by a governmental agency as being hazardous or toxic) or their equivalent (collectively, “Hazardous Materials”). At all times, Customer shall hold all title to and liability for all waste material. Company will not remove tires, Hazardous Materials, or appliances from dumpsters (collectively, “Prohibited Waste”). Customer will be responsible for all removal, cleanup, remediation, fines, penalties, and other costs arising from or relating to the presence of Prohibited Waste attributable to Customer’s possession of the Equipment. Customer will be responsible for all fines or penalties on overweight Mattresses or other bulky items found in dumpsters may result in additional fees. If Prohibited Waste is found in or around the Equipment, Customer shall arrange and pay for separate removal, disposal and remediation of such waste and Equipment. Customer may not terminate the Period and shall be responsible for all accrued charges until such Prohibited Waste is removed and the Equipment is remediated.
  8. Liability & Indemnification. Except to the extent Customer is not liable under the Damage Waiver program described in Section 4, Customer agrees to defend, indemnify and hold harmless Company to the maximum extent permitted by law against and for all claims, lawsuits, damages, expenses, penalties, fines, and other losses arising out of any of (a) the rental, delivery, condition, possession, maintenance, use or operation of Equipment delivered to or rented by Customer, including but not limited to any claims that might be brought against only Company by an employee of Customer, (b) waste material collected in the Equipment or disposed of by Company, or (c) any damage to underground pipes, sewers, wires, conduits or utilities resulting from Customer’s failure to comply with Section 14. Customer’s indemnity and defense obligations apply to the maximum extent permitted by law to all injuries, damages and losses regardless of whether same are caused, or are alleged to have been caused, in whole or in part by Company’s, Customer’s, or a third party’s acts or omissions, except that Customer will have no obligation to indemnify or defend Company to the extent the injury, damage, or loss was actually caused by Company’s sole negligence or willful misconduct. Customer expressly agrees and will cause its insurer to accept a tender by Company to Customer of any claim arising out of the rental, delivery, condition, possession, maintenance, use or operation of the Equipment. Company, its officers, directors and agents shall not, under any circumstances, be liable to Customer for consequential, incidental, special, exemplary or punitive damages arising out of or relating to the Customer’s exclusive remedy for any claims or causes of action arising out of or related to the Equipment shall be recovery of direct damages in an amount not to exceed the amount paid by Customer for use of the Equipment.


  1. Assumption of Risk; Insurance. Customer assumes all risk of and liability for injury (including death) to any person or property and for all other risks and liabilities arising from the rental, delivery, condition, possession, maintenance, use or operation of the Customer agrees, at its own expense and at all times during the term of the Agreement, to maintain Commercial General Liability (“CGL”) insurance with limits of not less than $1,000,000 per occurrence for sums that an insured must pay as damages because of bodily injury or property damage arising out of the condition, possession, maintenance, use, operation, erection, dismantling, servicing or transportation of the Equipment. Customer and its agents will cooperate with Company and Customer’s insurers in any claim or suit arising therefrom and will do nothing to impair or invalidate the applicable insurance coverage. In addition, Customer agrees, at its own expense and at all times during the term of the Agreement, to maintain Property Insurance in an amount adequate to cover any damage to, or loss of, the Equipment. Customer’s Property Insurance must cover non-owned Equipment while in Customer’s care, custody and control. Customer agrees to add Company as an Additional Insured and Loss Payee on all insurance required by the Agreement. Customer’s CGL insurance must be primary and non-contributory with any insurance maintained by Company and must include a waiver of subrogation in favor of Company. The amount, terms and conditions of the insurance maintained by Customer must be reasonably acceptable to Company. Customer agrees to abide by all terms and conditions of all such insurance. Customer agrees to provide Company with Certificates of Insurance (“COI”) evidencing the insurance required by the Agreement. Company’s acceptance of Customer’s COI will not be deemed a waiver or modification of Customer’s insurance, indemnity, or any other obligations under the Agreement. The provisions of this Section 9 are in addition to, and do not limit, qualify, or waive any obligations of Customer under this Agreement, including but not limited to Customer’s obligations under Section 8 above. Customer’s fulfillment of its insurance obligations does not limit Customer’s liability under Section 8 above. The provisions of Section 8 above does not limit or qualify the provisions of this Section 9 or the scope of insurance coverage provided to Company as an Additional Insured or Loss Payee.
  2. Termination. Company may terminate this Agreement and immediately remove the Equipment if (i) Customer fails to pay any amount when due, (ii) Customer breaches the Agreement, (iii) there is a loss of or damage to the Equipment, (iv) a lien is placed, or is proposed to be placed, on any Equipment, (v) a proceeding in bankruptcy or for other protection from creditors is commenced by or against Customer, or (vi) Company’s convenience. Company shall not be responsible for losses due to removal of Company’s Equipment pursuant to this paragraph.
  3. Governing Law; Non-Waiver; This Agreement is governed by the laws of the state where the Site is located, without giving effect to principles of conflicts of laws. Each party submits to the jurisdiction of any state or federal court sitting in such state in any action or proceeding arising out of or relating to this Agreement. No failure by Company to exercise any right hereunder shall operate as a waiver of any other right hereunder, and a waiver of any right on one occasion shall not constitute a waiver of any such right on any future occasion. All modifications to this Agreement must be in a writing signed by both parties.
  4. Errors & Omissions. Company reserves the right to correct any erroneous information that may appear in an invoice including, without limitation, Customer’s name or address, or billing
  5. Fencing. For fence rental and installation, any new fence orders are subject to a minimum install fee and will be listed on the face of this agreement.  If the fence is required for an additional length of time beyond the initial term listed on the face of this agreement, a residual (rental) fee will apply to all fence and related products on site. This residual percentage amount will appear on your agreement and will be invoiced each billing cycle until the fence is removed.   All partial deliveries and removals are subject to a minimum trip charge as outlined in the agreement. Company does not engage in or sign project labor agreements (PLA). Customer will, however, provide fence to our customers for self-installation in these instances. Customer is responsible to provide the current project wage rates to Company, and company reserves the right to correct invoices at any time, should adjustments be required to account for any wage determinations or wage rates. Customer shall establish all property line stakes and grade stakes. Unless otherwise agreed, fences shall follow ground lines/level. Prior to install, Customer shall provide Company with the location and character of any underground pipes, sewers, wires, conduits, obstructions, conditions, or restrictions which may interfere with or be damaged at install or thereafter. Customer shall notify any and all underground service entities in advance of install. Customer shall cooperate fully in Company’s installation by (a) clearing a sufficient working area of all obstructions and removable hazards, including clearing all trees and brush for six feet on either side of fence location, (b) surveying, grading, locating, and staking fence line and identifying/verifying all property and utility lines, (c) notifying and safeguarding Company of all potential hazards, and (d) coordinating Company’s work with all others on the Site. Company may extend install deadlines and Customer shall pay for any expenses resulting from Customer’s compliance with these terms. Customer is responsible for all relocation/re-installation costs. Customer shall inspect and accept the fence within twenty-four (24) hours of installation.
  6. Conditional Payments. Any payment that Customer sends Company for less than the full balance due that is marked “paid in full” or contains a similar notation, or that Customer otherwise tenders in full satisfaction of a disputed amount, must be sent to the address listed in Section 16. Company reserves all rights regarding these payments (e.g., Company may accept the check and Customer will still owe any remaining balance). Company may refuse to accept any such payment by returning it to Customer, not cashing it or destroying
  7. Price Adjustments: Company reserves the right to impose a price increase at any time with or without notice to Company retains the right to impose an energy and compliance charge to invoices at Company’s discretion.
  8. Notices. Any required notice shall be in writing delivered to United Site Services, Inc. 118 Flanders Road, Suite 1000, Westborough, MA 01581 Attn: (Legal Department). Any notice given pursuant to this contract shall be considered duly given when received by the representatives of the parties hereto. For information about our privacy practices, go to

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