Eco-friendly portable toilet service in New Mexico

If you need to rent a single portable toilet for a backyard barbecue or multiple facilities for a festival, fair, or other commercial activity, Elite Porta Potty Portable Toilets and Septic Service can help. We provide New Mexico and nearby property owners a wide selection of portable toilets and accessories.

As one of the leading portable toilet suppliers in the region, we can provide anything from standard portable toilet units to accessible units, VIP flushing toilets, hand wash stations, and holding tanks. In addition to our huge assortment, we offer affordable rates and discounts for purchasing multiple items. Portable restrooms are perfect for all events and jobs. Elite Porta Potty provides reasonably priced portable toilets in a variety of sizes and functionality levels to fit your specific needs. We can offer the facilities you need to enhance production and ensure the comfort of your guests, whether you’re planning a big event for hundreds of people or a little gathering in your garden.

Portable Toilet Service Areas in New Mexico

Albuquerque, NM
Zip code: 87121, 87120, 87111, 87114, 87112, 87109, 87123, 87108, 87110, 87106, 87107, 87102, 87105, 87113, 87104, 87122, 87116, 87048, 87101, 87115, 87117, 87131, 87151, 87158, 87103, 87119, 87125, 87153, 87154, 87165, 87176, 87181, 87184, 87185, 87187, 87190, 87191, 87192, 87193, 87194, 87195, 87196, 87197, 87198, 87199


Santa Fe, NM
Zip code: 87124, 87144, 87114, 87004, 87048, 87121, 87174


Las Cruces, NM
Zip code: 88001, 88011, 88005, 88012, 88007, 88003, 88004, 88006, 88013, 88033

About New Mexico

State of the United States of America that is New Mexico. In 1912, it was admitted to the union as the 47th state. Texas, Oklahoma, and the Mexican states of Chihuahua and Sonora border New Mexico to the north, Oklahoma and Texas to the east, Texas and the Mexican states of Chihuahua and Sonora border New Mexico to the south, and Arizona (which was a part of the Territory of New Mexico from 1850 to 1863) border New Mexico to the west. New Mexico is the fifth-largest of the 50 U.S. states by total area. The only four-way meeting of states in the country is where New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, and Colorado meet at its northwest corner. Santa Fe serves as New Mexico’s capital.

Spain claimed the region that is now New Mexico in the sixteenth century; it joined Mexico in 1821; and it was given to the United States in 1848. (through the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo). The bitter animosities that have characterised New Mexico’s long history are still present in the state’s Spanish American (Hispano), Native American, and Anglo populations. These animosities are the inspiration for several modern New Mexican literary classics, including House Made of Dawn by N. Scott Momaday (1968), Bless Me, Ultima by Rudolfo Anaya (1972), Ceremony by Leslie Marmon Silko (1974), and The Milagro Beanfield War by John Nichols (1974 New Mexico shares the “Old West” tradition of cattle drives, cowboys, and conflicts between settlers and Native Americans as a part of the American Southwest. Indeed, New Mexico still has a strong sense of the frontier, from the size of its portion of the Great Plains to the rugged, weather-beaten summits of its mountain ranges.