Some marinas do offer a sewage pumpout at each individual slip. But they are few and far in between.Thats funny. A "honeywagon" would be the last thing I call a boat the hauls sewage. Thanks !
The reason I've asked is that the wife and I have spotted a few marinas we would be willing to stay in. I saw sewage line running down the docks and I thought I saw a few slips with the type of hose used for pumping out. I never thought to ask any of the folks we spoke to.
I'll say, since a proper flush that elimates sewage from the waste lines usually takes a minimum of one gallon of clear water. I suppose it depends on your set up. Most fail to properly clear their lines. Solids typically take more to fully push through.....The only downside, is that 5 gallons isn't much capacity.
No argument from me. However, the environmental police do not distinguish between the two.Sure, in theory. While we're speaking hypothetically, urine is sterile. It's feces that contains harmful bacteria. I'd never drop a poo in inland waters.