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Old 08-09-2016, 01:40 PM   #31
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i guess i'm all for people composting their poo for over a year. good for you!

its the bag and land fill method i find less than desirable. if you moved into a trailer park.... its not gonna be too long before there is a problem with your disposal methods.

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i guess i'm all for people composting their poo for over a year. good for you!

its the bag and land fill method i find less than desirable. if you moved into a trailer park.... its not gonna be too long before there is a problem with your disposal methods.

just my 2 cents
Agreed! If you compost your poo and then put it in a plastic bag in the landfill, then your not doing any better than contributing black water to the sewerage "treatment" systems. Put your compost back to the earth whenever possible. That said, being able to bag it up and toss it in a dumpster every once in a while when there is no other good place to dump it keeps you pretty flexible in my opinion. A lot more flexible than being confined to a black water system.
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