Do you want to make emptying your RV's holding tanks easier? Check out these RV waste disposal tips, brought to you by the friendly folks at Jack Pots Portables in Lake Havasu City, AZ:
- Use The Right Hose: When you empty your holding tanks, utilize a high-quality, six to eight-feet-long sewer hose to guarantee easy handling. Always have a backup hose on hand just in case a dump site doesn't have one.
- Be Smart: If you're dumping both of your holding tanks at the same time, empty out the black water tank and then dump out the gray water tank. This will allow your cleaner water to rinse out the dirtier tank. Always wait until your black-water tank is at least 75% full before dumping.
- Keep Valves Closed: As you can imagine, opening up your holding tanks before you arrive at the dump station could cause a horrible disaster. When you're at a campsite, never open the black-water tank, as this will leave waste at the site and lead to solids caking onto the bottom of your camper.
- Stay Safe: Anytime you're cleaning out your RV holding tanks, keep in mind that you're dealing with human waste. Always remember to wear gloves, avoid placing any other things into the dump station except for the holding tanks, and never use the fresh water hose at the dump station.
For all your RV waste disposal and portable toilet needs, contact Jack Pots Portables by calling (928) 680-0804. Visit them online for a complete list of services.