Highly effective and concentrated, your portable toilet will be kept in ship-shape with the Aqua Kem Blue Concentrated from Thetford.
This powerful formula is 2 ½ times more concentrated than regular liquids, contained in a smaller bottle for less plastic waste and environmental impact. With excellent odour control, and improved waste liquefication and gas build-up, it requires the same dosage as the 2L Aqua Kem Blue.
Keep the waste holding tank of your cassette and portable toilet fresh and easy to empty, with the Aqua Kem Blue Concentrated from Thetford.
2 ½ times more concentrated
Provides the same number of dosages as the original 2L Aqua Kem Blue.
Dose 60 ml per 20L waste-holding tank capacity and add 2-3L of water
Lasts up to 5 days
Smaller bottle for less plastic waste and environmental impact
Odour control, improved waste liquefication and gas build-up
10L x 5.5W x 22H cm
10L x 5.5W x 22H cm
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Do you have to keep adding this chemical every few days even when you're not using the toilet. What would happen if you didn't do this?
Gary - Torquay, VIC (4 months ago)
It's not essential to add the chemicals, Thetford does recommend adding 60mls every 5 days when the toilet is in use which helps to break down the waste, reduce odours and gas build-up of what's in the holding tank of your toilet.
If you were not to use chemicals the waste wouldn't be broken down and you may have some more smells. Using the chemicals helps the smell, cleans, and makes emptying the toilet easier. You shouldn't have any issues not using chemicals if it is emptied regularly.
Kaya - Snowys(3 months ago)
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If using this product can you empty it in a septic system if no dump point onsite and your tank is full. If not what product is available Plus if we take it home we have a septic tank. Thank you. Graham
Graham - Langwarrin, VIC(1 year ago)
No, you cannot dump your portable loo with chemicals into a septic tank. There are some products available that claim to be septic safe, but this only allows you to dump into your own personal septic tank at home where you know what the method the septic system uses, and can confirm with a septic professional that its safe.
If you are not responsible for the maintenance of the septic system, or haven't had permission to dump into it, you shouldnt be - regardless of whether or not you believe the toilet chemicals to be safe.
Google is a great resource to find a dump point close to you, & there are literally everywhere. Having said that though, if you know you'll be away somewhere without one & you can't wait to get to one, I wouldn't be using chemicals at all.
Lauren - Snowys(1 year ago)
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Is the lid a 60ml measure
Boze - Hindmarsh Island, SA(3 years ago)
No, it's not, the cap is quite small like a standard soft drink bottle. The Aqua Kem Blue Concentrate instructions advise you to use the measuring cup from your waste holding tank. Alternatively, you could pick up a small measuring jug or cup from a cheap shop without too much trouble.