We conserve water in the fact that we don't use more than we need. We use it to wash, shower and flush. When I dump the tanks, I hook the hose to the connector that says Black Tank Flush and when the water runs close to clear, I shut it off. I'm not going to stand by the sewer pipe and collect grey water only to run inside and dump it in the toilet. Are you kidding???
I would ask the people who are so disturbed at how much water campers use, how long is your morning shower at home? Do you turn the hot water on and off as you are rinsing dishes at the sink? When you go to a restaurant, do you decline when the waitress refills your water glass? There's more to it than what goes in and out of your black tank. If I wanted to wash supper dishes down at the creek, I would take up primitive camping.. It's not going to happen.
2013 F250 XLT
I now have a Keystone Outback, but I try to help when I can.
Bitter Gun Owner