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Old 04-16-2014, 07:18 PM   #15
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Bleach in large amounts are definately not a good Idea. Many campgrounds have their own small sewage processing plants and large amounts of bleach will kill the micro-organisms necessary for the operation of the plant. This can be very costly to the owner of the campground.

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As a full timer, coupled with dedicated boon docking for the past 12 years, I have learned to use only whats natural, and plain water.

The only time I have gotten real bad smell from the tank was when I poured some bleach water down the toilet rather than dispose of it outside.

So, I'd say if you are a full time boondocker I'd say keep the bleach out of your black tank. If you are an RV park and/or a part timer I'd say using bleach, or not using bleach would be of no consequence.

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