Stepped into a plane for the very first time? Don't know how to use its toilet? Or pondering where does all the poop go?
Aha! This one is the perfect topic for me to work on. I'm so much in fond of poop that now people around me have started considering me as a poop expert. Anyway, let me not divert you from the main agenda. Let me focus on some interesting facts of pooping on a plane.
All your life, you kept on thinking where the hell those lumps of poop go? Well, for your knowledge, I should give a clue that it doesn't fly or comes down.
Lol! Read the article and get to know the exact answer to it.
Did you say yes? Oh man, now, don't tell me, you prefer taking out stuff in your pant itself just because you don't know where will your poop go. *Laughter*
Then, here is the perfect answer to your question. Your poop comes from your belly and goes to the plane's belly. Isn't it interesting?
Let me not waste much of your time and directly reveal the secret.
When you flush out your poop, it goes into a suction tank or holding tank until it doesn't cross its limit.
It's important to shut the tanks once they are filled. Otherwise, if you cross that limitation, then you may drop your poop into someone's house, car or probably on someone's face. Ha-ha, just kidding! But yes, in the past, we did hear of those instances too.
About 20 gallons of waste a single storage tank can hold and more than hundreds of gallons overall. This also results in reducing the number of passengers from every flight.
...the lavatory service truck is pulled out and hooked up with the receptacle on the bottom.
It smells as tacky as it looks.
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