Playón de Tránsito y Transporte | Sanitation Dump Station

Argentina

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edward.moseley

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Dump station where you can empty and rinse your RV tanks. In the office on left of entrance, ask for a ticket for a "baño químico". (The current price is 2,000 pesos for RVs.) Then pull around to the left, where a guy will assist you with a hose! He offers you chemicals but you don't have to use them. I took a picture of the Park Service brochure about this but the info is a little outdated. The dump station is only open until 9pm, and you don't need a ticket from a park ranger in advance. Just go directly to this place. Happy dumping!

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Aquí mismo se compra el ticket !!
Hay una oficina que está de Lunes a Viernes de 9 a.m. a 22 horas, el pago es únicamente con tarjeta de crédito o débito, no QR.
En la terminal también puedes comprar el ticket, mayormente se quedan sin sistema y trabajan todo los días y el encargado del descargue de aguas negras trabaja Todos los dias.
Precio actual $3,000
Hay bote de Basura, y Agua potable.

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Before you come here to dump, you need to go to the Bus Station and visit the transit department kiosk to buy a ticket the will permit you to dump black water. After buy the ticket just come here and a employee will help you and with a hose will help you to maintain everything clean. We paid ARS 1.350 because we didn’t buy the chemical solution and we gave ARS 2.000 to the employee that made a terrific job.

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1300 pesos now the price. jdjdifuwbdnzoso

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$2,000 AR to empty the tanks (debit/credit only) they also gave me a bottle of chemical treatment / disinfectant for tanks. They filled up my clean water tank and potable (drinking) water jugs. You can also stay the night. There’s a big flat lot with space for several buses. The gate remains open at night so you can enter anytime and there is a security camera by the entrance

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First you should go to the Bus Station at the Secretaria de Transporte to pay the fees and get the paper you take to the station. There they will let you empty and flush your tanks as well as fill your water tank. They will give you the chemical for the bathroom as well. We payed around 1900 pesos.

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Official Dump Station at Bariloche. You pay $900 pesos with credit or debit card only.

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Good service, really kind people. They help you to rinse the tanks and give you potable water.

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descargamos nuestros tanques de aguas negras y aguas grises y llenamos el tanque de agua limpia. Vale 590 pesos.

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This is a municipal place where you can dump but we also got potable water at the dump spot. Use your own hoses for water. We did use two filters. It's municipal water and the man said he drinks it. 365 peso to dump but water was free.

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This is a municipal place where you can dump but we also got potable water at the dump spot. Use your own hoses. We did use two filters. It's municipal water and the man said he drinks it.

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Dump station where you can empty and rinse your RV tanks. In the office on left of entrance, ask for a ticket for a "baño químico". (The current price is 165 pesos for RVs.) Then pull around to the left, where guy will assist you with a hose! They do this for coaches too. He offers you chemicals but you don't have to use them. I took a picture of the Park Service brochure about this but the info is a little outdated. The dump station is only open until 9pm, and you don't need to request a ticket from a park ranger in advance. Just go there directly. Happy dumping!

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