Not in all states, We stayed at a Montana campground near Glacier they told me to dump the grey water on the ground and there was no smell or flies. I live in SoCal and I have a rental that dumps the Washing Machine water into a gravel pit, city said no problem if it is not standing on the ground.
I have to admit, I used it yesterday to take a shower and clean the sink. Before you ask, I took a shower in The Rogue for the first time just to make sure everything worked.
Everything ran down our driveway, yet it appears nothing more than when I wash the cars. ???
2002 'The Rogue' by Mckenzie div of Monaco Coach
24' E450 chassis, V10, Class C, Single slide
Pennsylvania has gotten quite strict in the past number of years. I believe you will find that you need a state permit to discharge grey water any where in Pa. Most of us use the grey water to flush the black tank discharge hose after we dump out black tanks.
Boy am I in trouble! I do it at home (in PA) all the time. Of course the water is pretty clean as it is usually from me fooling with the plumbing or doing the sanitizing thing.
Well, you know what they call those DEP guys around Warren, Bradford, Johnsonburg, and Rouseville areas don't you? But then we best not go there cause it would bet the attention of someone.
I hook a water hose to it and run the hose over to the sewer connection. Much easier then draging the big 4" hose over when you do not need to dump your black tank.
I do this rutinely also. Most of our trips are a long weekend and the biggest issue is showers and dish's. I like using the small hose as it is easier to handle. If we have plans to go a couple weekends in a row we dont dump the black, of course this depends on the use of it also, so dumping the grey is pretty quick.
I also used it last year when dry camping at CMS. I used it to drain the showers in my portable tank. worked well.