I'd like to see it in action. All soap is or used to be biodegradable. As long as some kind of pure type soap is used I don't see a problem dumping in the field. It's the perfumes and special agents I would not want to dump. The gray water tank is slightly limited so I don't mind releasing "good" gray water.
That unit looks like something that agitates and spins. Might be nice if you can also store stuff in it to make it worth hauling...a dirty cloths container for a time??? On long trips I do hate looking for a L-Mat but dirty cloths do pack up small. Something that might be a factor is the temperature. How do you dry cloths in 30-50 degree weather? At least the L-mat provides a dryer which is important to me and very fast. For those who frequent the warmer zones, it might be worth a look.
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I noticed that the tag line from the Laundry Pod web page was "thoroughly clean, totally green".
Throughout recorded history urine, which contains ammonia, has commonly been collected and used for the washing of cloths. So use this as a porta-potty first, then when used to wash cloths you'd really be "green". Don't know about the "clean" part.
Just don't use it on a night when you have asparagus.
One of my wife's requirements is a 2-3 weeks supply of clean clothing. After two weeks of traveling we find a town with a laundry mat and spend 1-2 hours washing clothes, towels, sheets, etc. We are then good for another 2-3 weeks. If we need to wash any specific item prior to that we use a plastic wash pan.