First it goes to the septic tank, then it goes into the wood chip tank with aeration. There’s usually solid filters preventing the second tank from getting fouled. It’s all to provide cleaner water reentering the ecosystem.Where do the solids go if the tank is full of chips?
The middle photo jacket has a rear pocket.RAAAAGE...
My boss showed me a pic of the filson cruiser vest in the catalog, and I've been waiting for it to get on the website. I check the site today, and there's the cruiser vest! Check it out, and there's no back pocket. There probably aren't inside pockets either. Pro tip; if it doesn't have a back pocket, it isn't a cruiser anything. That's the friggin' defining point. I hate filson so much. They used to be awesome, and now it's just lumbersexual poser gear. I'll never get my cruiser vest unless I find a used copy on ebay(at >new price) or something :^S
You’re right. Maybe they are making fertilizer or solid fuel. One part human waste, one part wood chips, blend until smooth.In this case, with such quantity, the wood chips should be more an ingredient in the process than a fixed part of the machinery like in the grey water tank.
Sorry, I missed this. When they're absolutely dry, it works fantastic. My tarp disintegrated, so this isn't as dry as it could be, but it worked pretty well. I went in while it was still going, but I think I'll have slightly bigger pieces than usual left. They'll go in the wood stove once we've had a dry spell, and they aren't too wet.Does that log work well?