Canoe wrote:If I end up with more graywater than I can handle, and take my container to dump at Camp Clean's $1/gal service:
The CO wrote:Canoe wrote:If I end up with more graywater than I can handle, and take my container to dump at Camp Clean's $1/gal service:
What on earth are you talking about?
Savannah wrote:It sounds freaky & wrong, so you need to do it.
ember wrote:Is it violating BRC's no-commerce rules/traditions/principles? It's certainly an exception. It's an essential service in exchange for money, not bundled into the ticket price, that the BMorg has thought about and permitted. In that it's like CampArctica and the Café and the REMSA medivac service, which are also exceptions.
ember wrote:...United Site Services is the large company of which Johnny on the Spot (our longtime porta-potty vendor) is a subsidiary, or branch, or something... Their BRC porta-potty and graywater-pickup crew is based at the USS station at the far end of 5:30, far off the street grid. For some years now they've had a camp, Camp Clean, ...
Many large camps have contracts with USS to remove their graywater, ... As a very minor side service, USS will also take small quantities of graywater at (imo) high but not budget-killing prices, $1/gallon, from any participant who's willing to haul it out to them....
chopitweldit wrote:Real Burners DRINK Their Grey Water
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