DNREC Adds “Facilities” To The Sandbars
A new pilot program, “Cousin Eddie” has been initiated by DNREC
The weekend crowds at the sandbars in Rehoboth Bay have motivated DNREC to put some facilities out there. The trash and dog poop is easy enough, they said the water washes that away each tide. But they feel some facilities are needed to cut down on human waste in the water. Sources said the name Cousin Eddie seemed to fit for the redneck yacht club crowd.
DNREC started the program last weekend and already the porta johns were being used lines were forming. DNREC also faced one set specifically so users can enjoy a sunset over the power plant, while dropping a deuce. So long as they don’t mind the open door, its cool you just wave at passersby.
Clean up should be a breeze, DNREC says they are either going to hire a tanker company or just let the tide do its thing. After all, dilution is the solution when it comes to waste water.
DNREC asks that anyone who happens to turn blue, when down current to not panic, it only lasts a few days and is sterile.
Last weekend when the dedication was over, a little kid crawled into one, turned blue, and then he ran around all day. Everyone was calling him poopy smurf. It was a hoot. Turns out that stuff is a great sunscreen too, little man is white as a sheet now.
There are special facilities for sand bar tag holders.
Anyway … Enjoy the new sand bar poop houses, stop peeing in the water.