You wouldn't expect it — or, at least, you wouldn't be thinking about the business logistics of it — but the porta-potty business is a cutthroat one. For New York Magazine, David Gauvey Herbert covers the dirty business (pun intended) by focusing on its king, Charles W. Howard, and his future. Howard faces a class-action lawsuit that could dethrone him and there are other major players in the game that want his seat.
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