Maybe look at one of these:Well, the object of the exercise was to NOT spend another $259, not to have a big empty tank sitting around the garage which I hope never to use, and to get some use out of the "tank" I bought ten years ago and have used exactly twice. (And which is conveniently stored in the basement of the RV, over in a storage lot.)I know gas will go through styrofoam and some other plastics easily and decisively. Through my "waste" tank? I don't know. Next time I am there I will see if there's a flap or something I can hack off and drop it into a cup of gas and see if it dissolves. If not I might be tempted to think of this as an emergency back-up backup-plan. And then if I did so, to use all that gas within a few days. (Will there be something I can saw off? I'd be surprised; it's ruggedly constructed to be able to wheel 50 pounds of, uh, stuff along the ground, and it's pretty tightly made. )Of course I'd have to pump it into the "non approved container" in the first place, which might get me caught. (Yes, we have a 100% gasoline station quite near the house, so that's what I would use.)
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