As fulltime RVers, some of the RVToolbox crew stays in Arizona during the winter. We’ve noticed, a lot of counties across the country, including many in Arizona, are making it law that sewer hoses are not resting on the ground. The idea is that a leaky sewer hose cannot be as easily detected when it’s sitting on the ground, where you can’t see a drip.
There are a few ways you can become compliant. One is to get an inexpensive piece of PVC rain gutter, and support it at a slope with the sewer hose resting in place. It is super cheap, and not a big issue if you have a place to stow it or aren’t moving much, but it can be a bit unwieldy.
Another even better option is the
The Deluxe Sewer Hose Support Strategy
If you have a particularly tricky or long expanse, or you are setting up long term in an area, a great way to create a perfect slop can be to combine both a gutter and a
Where can I get a Sewer Support?
Vinyl gutters that can interlock can be found at most hardware supply stores, like Lowes or Home Depot.