Bridgeport port-a-potty company donates hundreds of sanitizer kiosks to nursing homes

<p>A Bridgeport port-a-potty company has donated hundreds of sanitizer kiosks to Connecticut nursing homes.</p>

News 12 Staff

Apr 24, 2020, 5:30 PM

Updated 1,459 days ago

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A Bridgeport port-a-potty company has donated hundreds of sanitizer kiosks to Connecticut nursing homes.
 
Bridgeport-based A Royal Flush donated the kiosks and thousands of units of hand sanitizer.
 
The head of the company, Tim Butler, says the family-owned business has been around for 27 years, and has deep roots in the community.
 
Butler says he wants to give back to the community, and that the company's mission has always been "putting people before profit."
 
Butler says all of his employees are front-line workers, and are often required to go into hospitals and nursing homes where exposure to the virus is higher.
 
He says he's so deeply invested in volunteering his time and equipment so that everyone is protected.
 
A Royal Flush is one of the biggest port-a-potty companies on the Eastern Seaboard and has expanded to five states.
 
The owner says several of his workers have lost close family members to COVID-19.
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