Originally Posted by Bob Miller
The OP wants to remove the black tank and add a second 24 gallon fresh water tank. What part does the grey tank play?
But it doesn't appear that he even has the Oliver
I'm thinking that once you use the extra fresh water, it will need a place to go? I know a lot of people run the grey water on the ground whether it is legal or not and this contributes to areas being restricted from boondocking
. They did this in the parking lot of one of the Tucson Wal-Marts which was among the first to close their parking lot to boondocking
. Not saying that OP or anyone else here would do it but it is done and worse. Too often I see commercial campgrounds blamed for boondocking
locations being closed but that is not always the case. It wasn't only the grey water they were dumping either.
One needs to realize that a composting toilet has limits also. I read on them extensively at one time and anyone considering them should do that. It is funny though that people say they don't smell and they say that about black tanks also. The temperature and humidity have a lot to do with "smell" so it can differ and you can get accustomed to smells. Two of my uncles had farms with cattle, dairy farms - they didn't notice the smell.
We sure noticed the smell.