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Old 08-15-2015, 10:27 PM   #29
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I use Pure Blue Power in the black and grey tanks. When finished dumping, I add a gallon or so of water and a few ounces of Blue Power.

When storing, sometimes I will fill both black and grey tanks with water and add 1/2 gallon of Blue Power and let it sit for 1-2 weeks. Seems to work well. When I dump after that it's like clear water with suds and zero smell.
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Old 08-16-2015, 06:26 PM   #30
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Okay, your property, yours to do as you please. Not telling you to do this but, you can bury a fifty gallon barrel with holes in the bottom and sand underneath with a pipe on top and use this as a dump station. Your land, keep it discreet and away from your well. Use this for the black tank and do the gray water as you said. This is probably illegal, but it is your property.

I came very, very close to doing this but the wife talked me out of it. Mostly because I'd be hand digging and would have made a huge mess. Great idea for a hunting camp though and yes, apart from being extremely illegal (mostly because you wouldn't get a permit or do a perc test) I could see this setup working very well.
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Old 08-16-2015, 06:44 PM   #31
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I'm with J. Morgan.

A little bit of Clorox down the sink keeps the odors away.

Not too much, and well diluted. Been doing this 8+ years.

I carry bleach tablets, that you can buy in the bleach section at WalMart.

Small, convenient, dissolve in a couple of cups of water....wipe down the toilet, step flush thingy, and anything else that would benefit from brightening....then pour it down the sink drain to clean and freshen things up.

Works every time.


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