Complete Vacuflush Repair Kit includes parts for the toilet VacuFlush Pump Repair Kit -  S series / 8 bolt Noflex & Biotal Combo Special
Noflex & Biotal Combo Special
Save $3.21!
972 sani pottie Compact marine toilet seat and lid 1.5" MaxFlex Sanitation Hose
972 SaniPottie 2.6 Gal
Save $68.26!
1.5" MaxFlex Sanitation Hose
Save $1.64!
Tank-Teria, 10pk Noflex Digestor T-Pump Discharge- 12v
Noflex Digestor
Save $5.37!
T-Pump Discharge- 12v
Save $194.42!
ECO Vent Filter -Complete Natures head composting toilet Caribbean
ECO Vent Filter -Complete
Save $51.20!

Why buy from Marine Sanitation & Supply?

We Know Our Crap!!

Odds are you've been staring at your Marine or RV toilet with wonder as to how you start going about repairs - how will you find parts or even diagnose the problem. We've got your back! Give us a call! Our staff is up to date with the many toilets that have come and gone and have been established as one of the leading Marine Sanitation Specialists since 1975! It is our personal goal to share our knowledge and make sure your needs are met.

Come on in, give us a call or just email us and we'll do our best to get you feeling better about your sanitation in no time! And remember, lets all do our part and get our regular Holding Tank pump-outs! Take it away Chip...


November 2016: The EPA has reviewed Washington State's petition and has determined that a no discharge zone (NDZ) can be established for Puget Sound. The EPA found that there are adequate facilities in Puget Sound for vessels to pump out their sewage with this initial determination and are accepting public comments. EPA will prepare a final determination after the public comment period of 30 days.

What does this mean to recreational boats? There are about 2,000 to 4,000 recreational vessels in the Puget Sound area that have a federally-approved treatment system called a Type I or Type II Marine Sanitation Device (MSD) These systems will have to be isolated or the MSD be removed and add a holding tank. Any vessel that has a marine toilet must have a holding tank under the NDZ.

Here is the Proposed No Discharge Zone Map