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P-905.5 Connection to House Drain
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The discharge of the pump or ejector shall be connected directly to the house drain through a suitable wye fitting in front of the vent and shall be equipped with a suitable check valve and gate valve; the discharge pipe shall be vented when over 12 feet from a vented line, as provided in Chapter 11. A fresh air inlet shall be installed as prescribed in Section P-1106.0.
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