The medical term for it is Cold Induced Diuresis or Cold Diuresis. There seems to be several theories about it but the understanding is that when the body experiences cold temperatures our blood vessels constrict to reduce the blood flow to the skin surface to prevent heat loss. When that happens, the kidneys compensate for the increased blood pressure by extracting excess water resulting in extra visits to the portable toilet when working in the cold.
Brrrrr so as the temperature drops spare a thought for outdoor workers, farmers and construction site workers who are outside all weathers. This year, Andyloos drivers have travelled approximately 570,000 miles to deliver more than 5000 portable toilets to the construction industry. We have supplied over 4 million metres of toilet roll during 66559 service visits which continue whatever the weather.