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Re: Annapolis bans composting toilets for cruisers on hook?
Sounds like Annapolis isnít pushing back on long term transients, but to be clear, I was not referring to year round. Theyíve defined this policy at one week. I was wondering if they didnít want people staying for a month or two. Obviously, in the warmer months. Iíve heard of municipalities limiting moorage length before.
I know some believe the composting heads will become the majority, but they certainly arenít in my neck of the woods. There is a good argument to establish disposal rules: where, how, frequent, etc, just like the pumpout. However, they may find that harder to monitor, like the required pumpout Iím reading above. I suppose it possible that they simply do not have a dumpster location they consider appropriate for this. I donít see a municipality incurring cost for what still seems like an exception: composters.
Once they see them will greater frequency, that would change. For now, itís just a real shame that someone abused this and started the ruckus.
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