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    Default Waste plumbing drains

    These drains are connected to the waste plumbing for each bathroom sink and kitchen sink. This too cannot be correct or allowed?

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    Default Re: Waste plumbing drains

    Looks good to me.

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    Default Re: Waste plumbing drains

    Looks like they're running a "grey water" waste system. Toilets/showers go to the sewer/septic, sinks to the wild outdoors. You need to check with the municipality if they're allowed (probably not) and what the constraints are on discharge.


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    Default Re: Waste plumbing drains

    Slop buckets are required under all of those.


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