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If they work, should I throw a handfull of them in my holding tank?
Pictures you diving over the side and poking your finger into the thruhull you've clogged with those disks. As sewage seeps out and of course you are outside the 3 nm limit. Yummy.
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County Legislator Judy Myers told theLoop.

“They are plain, old plastic,” she said. “In fact, they are so plain and ordinary, they are just going to be chucked.”
Plain old plastic?

Those damn things would last for years. Turtles and other marine life eat that sort of stuff (and cigarette butts) but can't pass then and so die.

Plain old disgrace if you ask me!
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These things are all over the place. From Delaware to Maine.
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Pictures you diving over the side and poking your finger into the thruhull you've clogged with those disks. As sewage seeps out and of course you are outside the 3 nm limit. Yummy.
Well, I've done that plenty of times! I was kidding of courses, but my holding tank doesn't empty over the side, it gets sucked out through a deck fitting.
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