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Old 17-01-2014, 12:09   #1
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Holding Tank

Hi to all,first timer here so please excuse me if I don't follow protocol! I have a question about holding tank plumbing- we have an electrosan unit that treats the waste as everyone knows but we don't like using the loo when we are in a bay for obvious reasons so I am wanting to put a holding tank in between the electrosan and the overboard discharge- does it have to have a macerating/diaphragm pump on the outlet or will it happily drain by itself given it will gravity feed?
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