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Old 06-22-2008, 05:34 PM   #1
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Tapping into an aerobic system


I built a 2500 sqft metal building and framed an 1000 sq ft living area in it leaving me a 1500 sqft shop. Now I want to finish out the remaining 1500 ft into living space. Unfortunately I did not preplumb it for this addition and now I need to add 2 bathrooms. I have an aerobic system that runs the 1000 sqft living area now and I want to tap into that. I was wondering if I could run the plumbing out of the backside of the remaining 1500 sq ft shop and around the corner to tap into the existing aerobic system.

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Old 06-22-2008, 11:26 PM   #2
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The deciding factor is whether or not your system is sized to handle the additional load from 2 more bathrooms. As long as you can get the proper slope on the drain pipe, connecting to the existing pipe before it enters your tank is fairly simple.

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What the heck is an aerobic system?
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