- T6 Ocean 204
Well, according to the link I posted, which appears to be well researched they are unable to enforce it. It’s interesting that the source of the original problems in Loch Lomond is stated as fisherman.They felt sorry for old Charles but then evicted him. As for Loch Lomond it is enforced and will continue to be so by police scotland. No one wants to stop tourist and visitors are welcome but there is a limit to capacity and too many disrespect the countryside. If you think dumping toilet waste is ok you are not on the welcome list.
Virtually nobody thinks dumping toilet waste is ok. A small proportion of people direspect the countryside. Focus on them. It is traditionally acceptable to bury toilet waste when wild camping all over the world though.
The countryside belongs to all of us, not just those who live there. The decision of who is and isn’t welcome also belongs to all of us, not just those who live there.