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Campervanannie

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I`ve also seen many posts about members shitting in a bag / bin liner placed in the cassette or a bucket and then binning it.

What`s the difference between them doing it and the person observed in post #1 :unsure:
There is a lot of difference as I am a bag shitter biodegradable only and I NEVER put it in normal refuse bins it either goes in a council dog poo bin or I burn it on my campfire/ firepit so it’s the same as everything someone does something distasteful and we all get dragged down with them.
 

Wooie1958

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There is a lot of difference as I am a bag shitter biodegradable only and I NEVER put it in normal refuse bins it either goes in a council dog poo bin or I burn it on my campfire/ firepit so it’s the same as everything someone does something distasteful and we all get dragged down with them.
You burn your poo in the campfire / firepit o_O
 

Campervanannie

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You burn your poo in the campfire / firepit o_O
Yes I have been known to do that after campers have gone to bed I first started doing it when we were at a meet and a members dog crapped it was a very big dog the member stood up picked the poo up and then chicken bagged poo on the fire and there was no smell as it burned so that was my brain ping moment 😂😂😂
 

Campervanannie

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while people don’t like the idea https://www.amazon.co.uk/Cleanis-CareBag-Commode-Liner-20-Count/dp/B0017SOVD6/ref=sr_1_4_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1552128644&sr=8-4&keywords=commode+liners if you look on the instructions for commode liners, they go into a normal bin. Having seen children allowed to poo in the open, I would prefer a bag and bin method than dumping in the open.
And dont forget all them shitty disposable nappies that are chucked anywhere and everywhere and in bins that councils have to empty I just think we all get a bit prissy over bodily functions😂😂
 

Val54

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Going back to the reporting issue, it will all depend on where the car park is etc. It’s not a police matter, but every local council has a environmental health section or other suitable name. A lot of Council websites also have web pages where you can report fly tipping. So my advice would be find out the local authority for the area and checkout their website for reporting unauthorized fly tipping. They will prosecute if the evidence is there.
 

Campervanannie

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Going back to the reporting issue, it will all depend on where the car park is etc. It’s not a police matter, but every local council has a environmental health section or other suitable name. A lot of Council websites also have web pages where you can report fly tipping. So my advice would be find out the local authority for the area and checkout their website for reporting unauthorized fly tipping. They will prosecute if the evidence is there.
My take is speak to the offender politely and walk away,
reporting to authorities in any way shape or form just adds to their total hate of Motorhomes and your just handing them evidence on a plate we need to try to make our hobby self policing and posting this stuff all over Faceache and Forums does us no favours just my opinion.
 

wildebus

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Regarding the "I would like to think ..." comments, I would like to think I am not daft enough to confront some person who if willing to carry out one tasteless act, could easily be happy to carry out other more dangerous ones.
Yellow Streak? nowdays, oh yes.

Before I bought a Portapotti for my first camper, I bought this jobby ( :cool: ) from Amazon - https://amzn.to/2C6d5ll
Never actually used it as for emergencies only but I did note that the bags are biodegradable and once used can be tied and disposed of in standard bins
 
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Val54

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My take is speak to the offender politely and walk away,
reporting to authorities in any way shape or form just adds to their total hate of Motorhomes and your just handing them evidence on a plate we need to try to make our hobby self policing and posting this stuff all over Faceache and Forums does us no favours just my opinion.
Two sides to that argument if it’s one motorhomer being seen to flag up the undesirable activities of another, the other take is that self policing will not work with some people whereas a hefty fine (which is what it would be) would possibly be more of a deterrent in the future. Always difficult to call when we didn’t witness it in person, but either way the cleaning staff wouldn’t be happy if the refuse sack burst!
 

jagmanx

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https://www.amazon.co.uk/Genuine-Boginabag-Refill-Pack-Bags/dp/B00AIOO8H4/ref=cts_sp_1_vtp
£15 for 10 Bags

Good emergency KIT or should I say SH1T.

I just wear "adult pampers" saves getting out of the drivers seat
Very useful when driving in ? Choose your destination/dangerous road !
:eek::sick::unsure::devilish:

And then there are these
https://www.amazon.co.uk/GREEN-ELEPHANT-Replacement-Biodegradable-Compostable/dp/B07J54VGBF/ref=pd_sbs_200_2/259-3702554-9699126?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B07J54VGBF&pd_rd_r=2f946520-4272-11e9-8014-95dfc10cc171&pd_rd_w=z5Cxx&pd_rd_wg=390Ud&pf_rd_p=4fe8124b-f455-49bd-9e7d-c251837661fc&pf_rd_r=FGYPMCMR72WZ88530BEM&psc=1&refRID=FGYPMCMR72WZ88530BEM
Green Elephant NOW that is serious sh1tting

At the Zoo
Stand back woman an elephant eats a ton a day and it ***** a ton a day...Sorry Too late...Dig her out !
 
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Campervanannie

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Two sides to that argument if it’s one motorhomer being seen to flag up the undesirable activities of another, the other take is that self policing will not work with some people whereas a hefty fine (which is what it would be) would possibly be more of a deterrent in the future. Always difficult to call when we didn’t witness it in person, but either way the cleaning staff wouldn’t be happy if the refuse sack burst!
I’d like to know where this hefty fine is coming from as there seams to be nothing in the system to issue such a fine.
 

Val54

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Before I bought a Portapotti for my first camper, I bought this jobby ( :cool: ) from Amazon - https://amzn.to/2C6d5ll
Never actually used it as for emergencies only but I did note that the bags are biodegradable and once used can be tied and disposed of in standard bins
That’s fair comment and another reason why I said it is too difficult to be judgmental on forum thread if we weren’t there to see what was used etc, but being biodegradable and suitable for standard bins where the contents are not handled is one thing as opposed to layby bins that have to be manually emptied, but hey, perhaps it was a burst proof bag 😉
 

Val54

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Since Annie asked, human waste is classified as a hazardous material by the HSE unless dealt with in a proper and controlled manner. Disposal of a carrier bag and cassette contents into a bin that has to be emptied manually would not be a proper and controlled manner, particularly as the operatives would not normally use face masks as required at a sewage works. As such it would constitute fly tipping and this is the current fine level..............

Fly-tipping is a criminal offence punishable by a fine of up to £50,000 or 12 months imprisonment if convicted in a Magistrates' Court. The offence can attract an unlimited fine and up to 5 years imprisonment if convicted in a Crown Court.25 Jun 2018
 

wildebus

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That’s fair comment and another reason why I said it is too difficult to be judgmental on forum thread if we weren’t there to see what was used etc, but being biodegradable and suitable for standard bins where the contents are not handled is one thing as opposed to layby bins that have to be manually emptied, but hey, perhaps it was a burst proof bag 😉
I think I should clarify I don't think emptying a chemical toilet into a binbag and then into a public bin is acceptable in the least, or is anything like disposing of one of those "bog in a bag" bags into a bin.
Those bags are designed for the purpose and contain stuff that absorbs the waste into a non-spillable product, somewhat akin to cat litter disposal (and I put my cats litter tray contents into a bag and then that goes into my wheely bin).
 

runnach

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Since Annie asked, human waste is classified as a hazardous material by the HSE unless dealt with in a proper and controlled manner. Disposal of a carrier bag and cassette contents into a bin that has to be emptied manually would not be a proper and controlled manner, particularly as the operatives would not normally use face masks as required at a sewage works. As such it would constitute fly tipping and this is the current fine level..............

Fly-tipping is a criminal offence punishable by a fine of up to £50,000 or 12 months imprisonment if convicted in a Magistrates' Court. The offence can attract an unlimited fine and up to 5 years imprisonment if convicted in a Crown Court.25 Jun 2018
Moral of the story here is.................NO CHIT!!!
 

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