I carry 100's of feet of water hose and 5- 30 amp RV cables for sporting events where shore power can be as far as a 1/4 mile from the RV!.....keeping them rolled up to fit and stack is paramount. This is the ONLY thing I found to work. Adjusts to fit tight and a handle to carry even the 'heaviest' cord. Don't leave home without them.
For the macerator hose, I use a clear plastic tub, and a large diameter rubber grey water hose. This makes it obvious that it isn't for potable water. When putting the hose away, the output end gets a camp, the input end gets a check valve put on. This keeps any remaining liquid in the hose.
For the regular sewage hose, I just keep connected one end to the other and in another tub.
I'm not sure that my situation will help you, but I only use the macerator for gray water so I have one of those collapsible nylon type hoses and it stores in a very small space. You can tie it on itself easily. I use the macerator to pump gray up to the tote in the back of the truck. My black won't fill for well more than a week so I've not found a need for black use with the macerator.
For the full story, I also use a separate nylon hose only to fill the fresh water tank. We always run the 5W with the RV pump using the fresh water tank. This keeps my hose storage extremely small and it's easy to turn off and on when I go somewhere. Since the pump is under the bed, I can hear it if it goes off during the night, so I'm also aware of any leak that may occur while sleeping. To me, this reduces the odds of bursting hoses and RV floods. You didn't ask this part, but what the heck.