I looked thru quite a few threads discussing this issue and thought I would ask about it with certain specifics in mind.
We are campground hosts at a small campground in Upper Michigan. Presently, we use a macerator and 220 feet of hose. It works, but when there are campers here, the hose goes right across where people walk. It doesn't enhance the campers experience when I m dumping.
So, I was thinking of asking the township who we host for if they could install an underground line from our campsite and hook it into the cleanout for the bathroom/shower(where we presently tap in with our macerator). I would like to make it so that a macerator wouldn't be needed, so when we are no longer here, someone else can use it without going thru the expense of having to purchase one.
Would installing 220 feet of let's say 4" pipe with the proper slope work with direct (no macerator) dumping? It seems to me that with a 220 foot run, some of the sewage would end up sitting in the line until the next dumping.
The sewage would go right into the public sewage system, not a residential septic tank/drainfield.
Thanks for any suggestions