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P-706.1.3 Water Closets (1.6-Gallon Flush)
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Pursuant to the regulations of the Delaware River Basin Commission and Section P-720, all water closets to be replaced in existing dwellings or installed in new dwellings shall be of 1.6-gallon flush type. All replaced or new water closets in commercial buildings shall be either tank or flushometer type using 1.6 gallons of water.
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