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Tacet

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  2. Composting toilets are not new, of course; I remember them in the 1960's. The names changes from time to time; back then they were (in my experience) called earth closets although that term is now reserved for something else. A little, moveable shed; inside was a box bench with a suitably sized opening over a hole in the ground. A pile of loose dry material (earth) and a little shovel to spread it over the solid matter. The wee must have drained away and, eventually the composited material removed or the shed relocated.
  3. It is not a duty of care issue (which more relates to tort) but a legislative and contractual point.
  4. Feeding two phases done a single phase line is to be avoided - as is the even-more-safety-critical issue of grabbing different phases in each hand. The washing (and drying) machine did not run on the travel power alternator; presumably the MSW wave form was too ragged. So, I converted it to a two-phase appliance with electronic side running from the PSW inverter and the heater elements from the travel power. I was correctly advised of the dangers of two phases in close proximity - but felt that it was not a great deal different from the manually switched shoreline/inverter or th
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  8. A few moments thought will demonstrate it is simply untrue. A bigger anchor might help halt the boat in some circumstances - but there are countless situations, bad weather or otherwise, where you would need rather more than an anchor to save your life.
  9. No claim to a long term berth, but I can recall paying a mooring charge of 50p per week
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  15. Looks like he tried two leads and power supplies.
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