Am sure you always wonder where human waste go especially from the people traveling on aeroplanes. You might be wondering if the wastes literally fall down to the earth immediately after release but that's not true. It will be unreasonable is someone could do that. This is what happens to wastes released by passengers on aeroplane.
When someone releases solid or liquid waste on a plane, the materials are treated with additives that make them less toxic then they are stored in tanks that are away from where passengers sit. No modern airplane is equipped with a toilet tat gets rid of human waste instantly. They are stored first until the plane lands.
Upon landing, a lavatory track is connected to the track that empties all the waste materials. It is impossible to empty the tanks when the aeroplane is on air. It will highly interfere with people loving below the airline. Waste product are to be kept safe and tight till the aeroplane lands possibly in an airport.
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