Thursday, August 23, 2007

Sea Lavs and White Water

White Water tells me that my grand idea (inspired by the lovely Ali) could be regarded as pollution, which is why sea toilets are sealed up. Now then White Water... are you sure? What is the incurred fine for chucking my buckets contents overboard, and why is that any different to peeing in the shower (of which I have absolutely no intention whatsoever of doing at all ever...blah)? It all ends up in the same place. Or, is it volume that we are concerned about, if that is the case, what is the maximum amount of urine (oh dear, that sounds less refined than pee) one is allowed to chuck overboard at any one go?

Miss T and A pieeater speaks have commented on the 'bucket, but their alarm seems to be concerned more around dinner preparation! Does this tell me something about where land dwellers prepare their meals?!

4 Comments:

Blogger Lorna said...

Urine is sterile. i

3:09 PM  
Blogger Miss T said...

Here is a little background article:

http://environment.newscientist.com/channel/earth/mg19225831.600-peecycling.html

4:53 PM  
Blogger Adam said...

Lorna - it's sterile to the person who, err... produced it, but not to others.

5:21 PM  
Blogger Whitewater said...

It is the difference between grey and black water. And if its sterile you could you use it as washing up water, not.

10:16 AM  

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