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RV Pumping Service

Reliable RV and Camper Pump-Outs

DTG Recycle can service your RV and camper pump-outs and deep cleaning.

Need your RV tank pumped? Don’t want to do it yourself? We get it. We can assist you with both black and grey water tanks.

We can pump from RVs, Campers & Buses of all shapes and sizes. We can service weekly, biweekly, and monthly depending on your needs and the amount of usage.

  • We Come To You
  • Clean, Hassle-Free Service
  • Emergency Pumping Services are Available
  • Emptying of Black & Grey Water

Check out our service areas and give us a call if you need clean and hassle-free RV Pumping Services. See portable toilet rental.

Are you worried about having to deal with your RV septic tank? Whether you’re traveling, on vacation, or at an event, using your RV should be comfortable and worry-free. Lucky for you, we at DTG Recycle provide on-demand RV tank pumping services, black and grey water disposal as well as emergency pumping services.

With experience, no matter the shape or size of your RV, camper, or bus, we have you covered. From black water tanks to grey ones, our experienced team can handle the task with expertise and efficiency. Our services are flexible to accommodate your specific needs and usage patterns. Whether you require weekly, biweekly, or monthly pumping, we can tailor our services accordingly to ensure your septic system operates smoothly.

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Which Vehicles Do You Service for Tank Pumping?

We offer RV tank pumping services for a variety of vehicles, including:

  • RVs (Recreational Vehicles): This includes motorhomes, campervans, travel trailers, fifth wheels, and other types of recreational vehicles that have built-in tanks for black and gray water.
  • Campers: We provide septic tank pumping services for different types of campers, including pop-up campers, truck campers, and slide-in campers. These vehicles often have portable or removable septic tanks.
  • Buses: Our pumping services extend to buses, such as tour buses, converted school buses, and other large passenger vehicles that have septic tanks installed.

What Happens During an RV Pump Out?

During an RV pump out, the process involves emptying the septic tanks of the RV, including the black and gray water tanks. A specialized pump is used to remove the contents of the tanks, ensuring proper disposal. We connect the pump to the RV’s outlet and safely transfer it into a designated container or disposal system. This process effectively removes the accumulated sewage and grey water, preparing the tanks for continued use. It is a crucial maintenance task that helps maintain hygiene, prevents tank overflow, and ensures the smooth functioning of the RV’s tank management system.

Do You Offer Emergency Pumping Services?

Yes. Our emergency pumping services are available when you need immediate assistance. With our mobile service, we come directly to you, providing a clean and hassle-free pumping experience. Our experienced team can assist you with both black and grey water tanks, catering to RVs, campers, and buses of all shapes and sizes. Whether you require weekly, biweekly, or monthly servicing, we offer convenient options tailored to your needs.

Why Choose Our RV Pumping Service?

  • Affordable and Accessible Service – DTG Recycle prioritizes making our services accessible and affordable for our customers. We offer free estimates and multiple tank discounts. Quality service shouldn’t come with an exorbitant price tag. Our commitment is to provide affordable septic services without compromising on excellence. 
  • Quality Work – With over 20+ years of experience in the septic pumping industry, we have the expertise and knowledge to handle any job. Our team includes a certified technician who is available 24/7 to address your septic needs. We are fully licensed, bonded, and insured, ensuring that you receive the best service possible.
  • Black and Gray Water Pumping Expertise – When it comes to removing black and gray water from your RV, we are the specialists you can rely on. Our team of experienced professionals is dedicated to providing quick and efficient pumping services. We understand the importance of responsible tank management and ensure that the process is handled with utmost care and transparency, without any hidden costs.

How Much Does It Cost to Get Your RV Serviced by DTG Recycle?

The cost of getting your RV serviced by DTG Recycle can vary based on several factors. Here are some key factors that can influence the cost:

  • Type of service: The specific type of service required for your RV, such as routine maintenance, repairs, or upgrades, can impact the cost. Different services may require different levels of expertise, time, and resources.
  • RV size and complexity: The size and complexity of your RV can affect the cost of servicing. Larger RVs or those with more intricate systems may require more extensive work, potentially resulting in higher service fees.
  • Parts and materials: If any parts or materials need to be replaced during the servicing process, their cost will be added to the overall service bill. The type and quality of parts used can also impact the cost.
  • Labor rates: Labor rates can vary depending on the location and the service provider. Higher labor rates may result in increased service costs.
  • Additional services: If you request additional services beyond the standard maintenance or repairs, such as interior cleaning, exterior detailing, or specialized inspections, there may be extra fees associated with those services.

Statistics on RV Pumping Service

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RV black or grey water spills quadrupled in the five years prior to the epidemic, reaching over 100 in 2019. 1

Need a Quote? Contact Us for RV Pumping Service Prices

Get a quote for your RV pumping needs, contact us today at (425) 549-4905. Whether you require emergency RV pumping services for your campers and buses, our team at DTG Recycle is committed to providing our customers with quality service at competitive pricing.

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FAQs for RV Pumping Service

Where can I get my RV pumped?

You can get affordable RV pumping service at DTG Recycle. We offer responsive, on-demand scheduling. Find out if your location is included in our service areas.

How often should I get my RV pumped?

The frequency at which you should get your RV pumped depends on several factors, including the size of your RV's septic tanks, your usage habits, and the capacity of the tanks. As a general guideline, it is recommended to pump your RV's tanks when they are about 2/3 full. However, here are some considerations.

  • Usage - If you use your RV frequently or have a larger number of occupants, the tanks will fill up more quickly. In such cases, you may need to pump the tanks more frequently, potentially every few weeks or monthly.
  • Tank size - The size of your RV's septic tanks will determine how much they can hold. Smaller tanks will require more frequent pumping compared to larger tanks.
  • Trip duration - If you take shorter trips or use your RV occasionally, the septic tanks may take longer to fill up. In such cases, you may only need to pump the tanks once every few months or as needed.
  • Personal preference - Some RV owners prefer to maintain a higher level of cleanliness and odor control, opting for more frequent pumping to ensure optimal tank capacity and prevent any potential issues.

Do I need to be present during RV septic pumping?

While it is not always necessary for you to be present during RV septic pumping, it is generally recommended that you are available or at least accessible during the service. Here's why.

  • Access and coordination - The service provider may need to access specific areas of your RV, such as the tanks or valves, to perform the pumping process efficiently. If you are present, you can help provide access to these areas or provide any necessary instructions or information that may be needed.
  • Clarify instructions or concerns - Being present allows you to communicate directly with the service provider, ensuring that any specific instructions or concerns you have are addressed. It provides an opportunity for you to discuss any particular requirements or ask questions related to the pumping process.
  • Verification and peace of mind - By being present, you can observe the pumping process and verify that it is carried out properly. This gives you peace of mind knowing that your RV's tanks are being serviced as intended and ensures that any potential issues or concerns can be immediately addressed.

Are there any preparations needed before getting my RV pumped?

Yes, there are a few preparations that can help ensure a smooth and efficient RV pumping process:

  • Empty the tanks - Before the scheduled pumping service, it's important to empty and flush out your RV's septic tanks as much as possible. This helps to minimize the amount of excrement that needs to be pumped and ensures a more effective and thorough pumping process.
  • Clear access to outlet - Ensure that the outlet of your RV is easily accessible and free from any obstacles. Clearing the area around the outlet allows the service provider to connect their pumping equipment easily and efficiently.
  • Secure pets and personal items - If you have pets or personal belongings inside the RV, it's a good idea to secure them or remove them from the vehicle during the pumping process. This helps prevent any accidents or damage during the service.
  • Provide necessary information - Inform the service provider about any specific requirements or instructions related to your RV's system. This includes details about the location of the septic tanks, any additional valves or components, or any known issues that need attention during the pumping process.

How long does the RV pumping process take?

Generally, a standard RV pumping process takes around 20 to 30 minutes. However, larger RVs or those with larger tanks may require more time for complete pumping. Additionally, factors such as the accessibility of the outlet and any potential complications or additional services requested can also impact the overall time taken for the pumping process.

1 Seattle Public Utilities’ pumping program has cut sewage spills from homeless people’s RVs in half | The Seattle Times. Retrieved June 21, 2023, from https://www.seattletimes.com/