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Saturday, June 3, 2017

Greywater Goes RVing

How does one sell the idea of a $280,000 to $400,000 recreational vehicle?

Make the RV green by incorporating greywater into the buyer's camping experience!

Introducing the EarthRoamer XV-HD Camper series.

The Good Stuff about the EarthRoamer XV-HD Camper:

  • Modded ground-up version of Ford F-750 Chassis.
  • Features EarthRoamer™ quiet solution engine and generator combo. The XV-HD hardly makes any noise, unless and until the car’s stuck in mud and you are pushing the accelerator down the floor.
  • Fully resistant to weather conditions, climatic changes etc.
  • Company installed rooftop solar array for energy storage.
  • Up to 20,000-watt hour lithium ion battery bank!
  • Intelligent, self-sufficient hydraulic leveling mechanism.
  • Luxury interiors with custom designed decorations and usage items.
  • Additional floor plans are available for further customization options.
  • Over 100 Gallons storage capacity for Blackwater and Graywater reserves.

."...gray water is sort of an environmentally friendly water that is partitioned in another container in the vehicle.  You have the option of dumping this water reserve for the benefit of plants and shrubbery in the wilderness around you."
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No one should be able to enter a wilderness by mechanical means. 
~Garrett Hardin, Biology Professor, 
coined the concept Tragedy of the Commons

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