Our health dept. wants to make sure the waste water does not go into the ground. We tell them we take it home and dump it in the drain and they are fine with that. It’s only hot dog and hand washing water.
I have a question – have never been asked to have a commissary at an event. Have they asked you to.
If you need to dump and take on potable water, you can use the dump station at a campground. I don’t think they would allow you to dump grease but regular grey and cooking water would be fine.
On Edit.. for those of you who would like to use a dump station here is a website that you can look up dumps by state & city. Not all dump stations are at a campground.
Hello everyone. Newbies to vending here. While searching for a local commissary in our area, a question arose and I can’t seem to find any info when using the search. So here goes.
When your at say, a three day event, how do you get rid of your waste and refill for next day? I cant imagine everyone having to pull their trailers to a commissary in the evening or early morning. That could be chaotic. Do larger events provide commissary services if the event is more than one day?
Or is it up to the vendor to find a local commissary and dump and refill after each day?
While on this subject, if my commissary is in Ocala Florida, and I am traveling to an event in Daytona Florida, do I need a commissary in Daytona or could I just dump when I get back to Ocala? I wonder if other counties may require you to use a local commissary. I understand this could vary from county to county but wanted to ask for general purposes in any event.
Thank you in advance for any clarification on this.
commissaries and vending in outside counties
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