The list of no discharge zones above shows where they are restricted. Raritan
has come out with a holding tank / treatment system that will let you enter no discharge zones and hold waste then treat it and discharge it other places. It makes a compact total unit but it is not the cheapest solution.
When an old Lectrasan goes south they often can not be repaired and must be replaced. The newere Electrosan is a better unit as is the Purasan that uses fresh water
. If you don't have a holding tank the job of adding one is NOT cheap
. either way it is some additional money
to spend but you can't really go around with a broken Lectrasan.