People always use lavatories during their flights.
But what happens to human waste on an airplane?
reality is that it can’t just be dropped out in a moment – it should be kept in
The inhabitants of the village of Fazilpur Badlia in the north of India have faced an opposite situation.
A huge icy stone (10-12kg or 22lbs-26lbs) landed in their village.
In the beginning, some people decided it was kind of an alien or any other space object. But then it turned out to be a frozen chunk of human waste.
Nevertheless, it couldn’t have been dropped out intentionally at least because of a new law for the airlines of India that was created in the end of 2016.
It declares that the companies which keep on dropping excretory products will pay huge taxes.
And isn’t that
great? Now, airplanes can drop rejections only when they land.
In addition, these products are also called ‘blue ice’ due to some chemical materials inside that help to prevent bad smell and ruin the waste.
And these ‘blue ices’ can fall to
the ground when the cisterns inside a plane are full.
But don’t panic
because it doesn’t tend to fall down that often. There are about two and half
million flights of the UK airlines a year but only 25 spills are mentioned
Based on materials: ladbible.com