Seattle Public Utilities’ waste-pumping program has cut sewage spills from homeless people’s RVs in half

By |2020-12-11T21:54:23-06:00December 11th, 2020|RV Living|

Every two weeks, on payday, Neal Lampi would take a trip from Sodo down to Puyallup to a dump station to empty the sewage tank of the RV he lives in and go grocery shopping on the way back. But this summer, Lampi had to leave his job after 11 years. He has chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and other medical complications that make him especially vulnerable to COVID-19 and work was too big a risk. He no longer had the money to pay for gas to get to […]