That's right,that's why I asked, some have some form of , traditional, on them so I suppose that means non bioJust a note - if you've been using any kind of chemical give the cassette a thorough and repetitive clean to make sure you've got rid of every trace of the old stuff. If you don't it will quickly destroy the microbes in the biological stuff and you'll end up with, well, something you hadn't intended..................
Difficulty we found in European supermarkets is that they tend not to label things "bio" so it's not easy to make sure what it is they're selling.
As per the title, we have about run out of blue stuff and I have seen a lot on here about washing stuff instead, now bearing in mind every thing here is in Italian, what do we need.
Hi Riverbankannie.....Green box in Aldi too but I don’t know what they are called.
As above but my sixpenethThat's right,that's why I asked, some have some form of , traditional, on them so I suppose that means non bio
Not seen an Aldi or lidl for a day or two, the local one here seems to be , conad, and boy have they got some stuff, it looks as if the French come here for their shopping,but not in motorhomes.Hi Riverbankannie.....
NOT GOOD ENOUGH....... You have half an hour to nip to Aldi and....FIND OUT !!
You just cannot get the service these days...................................................
So environmentally damaging and really bad for some dump spots...Over 8 years using it in this van now the inside of the cassette is slightly faded, other than that, no problems
Thetford will spread their scare stories of course so would I if I was selling bottles of stuff for £££ a go