Chemical waste

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  1. monzer

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    Yes another toiletery themed thread ;)

    Sorry I did use the search function and, even though i'm sure I noticed a thread about it a while ago, nothing suitable popped up.

    Anyway, I'm taking a few friends out in the camper tomorrow. We are not going to any sites but will be parked up over night for a few tinnies. Question is where can I dump the chemical waste before I return home? I'm assuming it will be near full given the amount of cans we are taking.
     
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    A toilet.
     
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    Why not empty the toilet at home? That's what we do on our return from any trip.
     
  4. monzer

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    Yep I was obviously just checking to make sure that you are all on the ball today.

    I'm pleased to announce you have passed with flying colours.

    Where do people who are constantly fleeing around in their mh's dump there stuff?
     
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    From what I remember reading in other threads they either book onto a campsite for one night every few days to fill/empty, empty carefully into public loos (getting to be few and far between now though), or I think the CCC allow you to fill/empty for a charge.
     
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    Cheers Stropy your one of the good guys :dance2:
     
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    Bucket and chuck it! :rolleyes:
     
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    Always carry a spare cassette, as we have a large capacity bench loo (Thetford 400) we can last 7-8 days. Also use a spray bottle for flushing reduces amount of water going into the cassette and effectively increases our water capacity.
    If you use a SOG instead of chemicals you can even dump in a public loo that feeds into a septic tank.
     
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