One waste tank vs black & grey
Been researching B class RV's. The deal killer for our camping style is the small, typically 10 gallon black tank. The typical grey tank runs in the 25 gallon range.
I wonder why there cannot be a single waste water tank of say 35 gallons in this case. For our use, 35 gallons combined would be just fine.
I realize that sometimes one tank is placed on each side of the rear axle because of the floorplan.
For discussion purposes, lets assume the floorplan does not demand this tank separation.
Is there a reason I'm missing why one waste tank would not work?
The same question could apply to all RV's but it's especially relevant with very small ones.
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