bryce2 at obviously.com
Tue Apr 21 17:08:03 UTC 2015
> Malcome Herring wrote:
Waterside facilities provided by C&RT (previously known as British
> Waterways Board - BWB) are accessed by use of a key issued to all waterway
> license holders. Chemical toilet emptying points are usually within these
> facilities. Pump-out stations, on the other hand, are necessarily outside &
> usage is controlled by pre-paid charge cards which activate the pump.
Are what's presently tagged "elsan_point" *both* walk up toilets *and* CDP
chemical holding tank emptying points?
And do they welcome waste originating from Elsan-based motorhomes as well
as canal boats?
In tagging form does this represent a typical station?
Also note that based on feedback from a German tagger, the "cassette" tag
name changed to "basin".
Marine pumpouts of course are separate:
seamark:small_craft_facility:category = water;pump-out
note=Self service prohibited, see Marina attendant
Note that *"porta-potty" *is also a trade name, which has also become a
generic like Hoover, Xerox and Crescent Wrench. In the USA it refers only
to the walk up toilets.
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