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Basement wet Bar Drain

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Hi guys, I apologize in advance if this has been posted elsewhere however, I couldnt find any examples that relate specifically to my scenerio. I am in the process of finishing my basement and adding a wet bar. I had a question on tying into the existing drain. The sink will be almost center to two existing drains. On the right is the drain from the kitchen sink one floor above. The distance from the p-trap of my new sink to the drain is about 58 inches. On the left I have the drain from my washer and dryer which is about 62 inches. You can see i've put a 1.5 inch abs pipe from my new sink to the drain of the kitchen since its a little closer. Nothing glued or perminantly set at this point. Both the kitchen and washer drains are also 1.5 inches. Picture attached.

Here are my questions:

1) Can I tie into these drains? if so do i use a sanitary T (pictured but not glued) or a Wye?
2) Can I wet vent into the same drain i'm connecting into? Branch vertical up from new sink drain into kitchen sink drain
3) What are other venting options?
4) Is there anything else I need to be aware of?

For info I live in Ontario, Canada.

Any help would be apprecaited and if I can help clarify anything then please ask. Thanks in advance.


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your system is too small to wet vent, pipe size has to be at least one size larger than required to wet vent
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