Black Tank Dumping

Discussion in 'Continental Touring' started by moandick, Jun 30, 2008.

  1. moandick

    moandick Read Only Funster

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    A question has arisen on my web site, which needs answers from some serious Continental travellers. :Eeek:

    On a 'foreign' motorhome service point where there is NO apparent black tank dump point - is it permitted to dump 'macerated black waste down the grey waste point?

    I know that it is legal to dump macerated black waste down a grey sump in the UK but I have no idea of foreign etiquette in such matters. :RollEyes:

    Bob and Di at Parc Verger - as well travelled 'ex-pats' - I would appreciate your views on the subject. How did you manage on your previous journeys? :Blush:
     
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  2. Jim

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    As a last resort they can peel some off into a container much like a European motorhome owner might and dump it at the elsan point . Or they can maserate straight into a loo. We all know that grey can smell worse than black but.... I would not be happy as there is no need for it.
     

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