Eco Safe Spare Tank

Sale price$129.95


The Eco Safe Toilet Spare Tank allows you to double the uses you can get out of your Eco Safe Toilet on an extended trip. The crush proof plastic tank is good for 50 uses and is easily cleaned and reused.

    The tank meets all requirements of the BLM, NPS and USFS for a washable, reusable toilet. It empties easily at an RV dump or in a Scat Machine.

    • Tank inner dimensions: 16.5" x 7" x 11"H
    • Tank outer dimensions: 17" x 7.5" x 13.5" H
    • Capacity 5 gal, 50 uses
    • Weight: 5.4 lbs.
    • Rotomolded polyethylene plastic
    • 6" use opening, 3" cleanout opening
    • The rotomolded plastic tank is crushproof. It has rounded corners for easy cleaning.
    • It holds 5 gallons, good for approx. 50 uses and fits inside a 20mm Rocket Box (sold separately)

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