It is generally not recommended to leave your black tank open when you put your RV into storage. The black tank holds the wastewater from your RV’s toilet, and leaving it open can cause the liquid to evaporate, leaving behind solid waste that can stick to the tank’s walls and create unpleasant odours. This can also lead to the development of bacteria and other harmful organisms, which can be difficult to remove and cause damage to the tank’s components. Instead, it is recommended to keep the black tank valve closed and add a special treatment product designed to break down waste and control odours. This will help ensure that the tank stays clean and in good condition, ready for use when you take your RV out of storage.
Using a black tank on your RV can offer several benefits to RV owners. The black tank provides a convenient and sanitary way to store and dispose of wastewater from your RV’s toilet. This can help prevent unpleasant odors and reduce the risk of exposure to harmful bacteria and other organisms that can be present in sewage. Additionally, using a black tank can help protect the environment by preventing the release of sewage into natural waterways or onto the ground. Most RVs come equipped with black tanks, and they are an essential component of any RV’s plumbing system. Proper use and maintenance of the black tank can help ensure a more enjoyable and hygienic RV experience.
Our RV storage site is 8 minutes west from St. Albert just off Villeneuve Rd and Range Rd 264. Easy access to the Anthony Henday Freeway, Highway 44 and Highway #2/St. Albert Trail, St. Albert.