I am trying to figure out how to live on the move, like an RV, and may need to collect and treat Black water (human waste and unsafe sludge for dumping). What would I need to do to treat any collected black water and when can I call it grey water, dump-it or call it soil and dispose of it? what are the legal and practical ramifications? what are the questionably legal suggestions? I assume I will be using a stander external water tank and generally will need to take a shower, cook, and clean. I should have access to a toilet for most of the time, either provided by a customer or provided by convenience i.e. a gas station.
assume you have a generator, an internal 40 gallon fresh water, potential for city water hookup and internal storage of 40 gallon black-grey water with a external 25 gallon tank for dumping. you need to clean, cook, bath, and perform you normal bodily functions in public. you can technically shower in public and have an external hook up. everything can run on propane, but need to charge an electrical circuit to operate the water tank and pump.
>can you shower in public if you are decent?
>can you clean your cookware in public and where can you dump the water?
>when can you dump grey water, what is grey water?
>how can you turn black water into grey water and then dump and where?
>is burning it an option?