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Old 03-07-2007, 01:07 PM   #1
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Drainage Code and Question


I have tried reading the code book and it is greek to me. My question is what size drain do I need for a toilet? What is the drop rate (1/4 per foot i think)? and do I need a vent for the toilet and a seperate vent for the tub/sink/shower?

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Here under UPC, which you probably don't use that code. slope to 1/4" per ft, and each fixture requires it's own vent.

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