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post #33 of Old 12-14-2012
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Re: Marine Toilet (good, bad, and ugly)

Originally Posted by richardb123 View Post
.....Compare that to sewage, which must be expensively treated, through a high energy process. This has a big ecological impact. Most sewage treatment facilities produce a highly toxic sludge which is then destroyed by yet another high energy process that is bad for the environment.....
......and hundreds of thousands of gallons of the "highly toxic sludge" are pumped directly into our Bay every single day, from several municipalities. Every day. No holidays.

Who gives a literal $hit what recreational boaters do. Every bloody boat there is couldn't scratch what is actually already going on.

Compost all you want. I've already detailed why so many think they are gross. That's why there aren't more out there.

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