I just had a APO installed in my truck. For most residential jobs I assume the waste water will go to a toilet on the main floor. What are some of the best ways to keep the waste hose secured to the toilet bowl?
Hi Ed, thank you for your response. A clamp is what you use? If you will, just a bit more detail please? Attach the clamp to what portion of the toilet? Attach the clamp to the hose without crimping the hose? Sorry, but haven’t done this before.Richard;
I would suggest attaching your drain hose to a simple Clamp. Should work great!
Not really, I prefer that the hose end be in the water to prevent splashing. Use a good quality hose to avoid kinking. You can always keep a spray bottle of disinfectant such as Benefect to clean off the part of hose and fitting that were in the toilet.Thanks for your response. Any simple way of keeping the weight out of the waste water? Any issues with the hose kinking over the rim of the bowl?
It will not kill the grass unless you are using some nuclear cleaning agent.Dump it into your freshwater tank and you can clean all day....Just kidding. Most states allow it to be dumped onto the ground as long as it dosent run into a storm drain. Keep it off the lawn. It can kill the grass.
We prefer to dump into outside gully trap or to garden/lawn area - very seldom to toilet unless it is apartments/commercial where we are using portables.I just had a APO installed in my truck. For most residential jobs I assume the waste water will go to a toilet on the main floor. What are some of the best ways to keep the waste hose secured to the toilet bowl?
@Mikey P Depends on location, city and/or state ordinances. In the past we have reviewed an EPA ruling that we could dump on the ground under the following conditions.SS ground dumps here with a perforated hose