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Does anyone have anything unusual or innovative for trash storage? The obvious answer is a pull out trash can under the sink. We can do better than that!;)
 

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Here is a picture of ours at a time I had the bed out except it’s (minimal) support. Small white plastic thing that a bag from shopping fits perfectly into, a plastic hook and a small slot cut in the trash container to keep everything in place. If we travel it gets emptied every day, if we boondock everything flammable goes into the fire including the cans which we retrieve as the fire pit is filled with its soil. This results in no flies, no stink, and a way to reuse those $&$%&$ bags!
 

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I like that. Less is more. Funny thing about those shopping bags - in CA we don't get them free anymore. My wife uses them for cat liter collection, so I had to buy a case of them.
 

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Per RD's scorched-earth solution, maybe one of these incinerating toilets could do dual-duty (pun intended).

http://ecojohn.com/ecojohn_sr.html

The Incinolet looks cool, but it requires a dedicated 20 amp circuit. I'm struggling to understand the application. I mean if you have 20 Amps AC, you're probably not off-grid. Maybe you just don't want to deal with a septic tank?

https://incinolet.com/product/model-cf/
 

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We have these on both seats. Trash bag, chips bag, whatever.

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I just hang a plastic grocery bag over the passenger side shoulder harness attachment point when I am not rolling - that puts it right next to my galley, and when I go out, I can grab it and throw it away if there's a trash can nearby. For rolling down the road, I have a seat-back organizer on the passenger side seat, and one compartment is my trash (another is where I store the plastic bags).
 

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...The obvious answer is a pull out trash can under the sink. We can do better than that!;)
In our campervan, tradition dictates that the trash is kept in the cabinet under the sink. Our variation is that we use a small Rubbermaid container with a plastic bag liner for a very compact version. Probably about an 8" high, 5" wide, 10" deep container. Fits on a shelf right below the sink, behind the cabinet door.
 
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