So as not to leave a wrong impression I will briefly detail my use of
chemistry very dilute one-shot. The method is very nearly the same
as rotary drum processing using one-shot chemistry. Rather than A
drum I use A tray. Solution volumes are more than used when
drum processing; 8x10s, 300ml +/-.

A question has been made of my disposal of that amount of developer
and fixer. More questionable though is disposal of that amount of water.
Surprisingly high dilutions are practical to use. So, very little chemistry
goes down the drain, so to speak.

Processing times are longer but films and papers go directly from
developer to fix. The fix being very dilute washes faster and
with less water. Not least, each roll or print has it's fresh
chemistry. No testing of or doubting the chemistry. Dan