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  • A good neighbor runs a Dump line from his RV pad to the street sewer and,,,,,

    ,,,branches a dump line over to your RV pad too:

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  • #2
    Originally posted by Dive Bar Casanova View Post
    ,,,branches a dump line over to your RV pad too:

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    Nice neighbor. However does the city/county/health department code allow it. But other than that looks great. I have lived in locations where it is not legal to dump you trailer into the sewer system (even your home clean out. Something about the formaldehyde and other chemicals messing up thier treatment system, They offered a separate dump station as an alternative that got per-treated before being sent to the plant.

    Just covering the bases.
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    • #3
      Is your neighbor cousin eddy? Lol
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      • #4
        Hopefully, he really did tie into the sewer and not the storm drain!! Don't know the exact definition of a "street sewer."
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        • #5
          If you live in a city that is storm and sewer common and he ran it to the street drain, then it all ends up in the same place, i'd look at keeping a plant conveniently located over the offending cap and I would use a flat cap just to be safe. https://www.homedepot.com/p/EZ-FLO-3...5336/205674950 they do make them in various sizes.

          Otherwise, I agree with Jimmer, need a better definition of "street sewer" as that could be storm drain, or the waste water main for the homes (aka sewer main).
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          • #6
            Grand Design Owners Jury:
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            Oh brother.
            I see the Jury responded.
            I assure you it's tee'd/45'd into the sewer per code.
            Not the storm drain.
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            • #7
              LOL. Some municipalities across several states share storm and sanitary which is a strain on the great lakes where we live. In that case it probably would not matter except for the building department who would still have a reason to frown. Nice in this case its tied to a sanitary line. For those that dump into their septic tanks, this could cause breakthrough where the solids would not have time to normally settle before reaching the leach field. And the chemicals if used could cause an issue as well.

              We have an outdoor city sanitary cleanout and It would be so nice to use it if it were ever necessary.

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              • #8
                I dump into a septic tank. Just use chemicals that are ok with septic systems.

                Nice neighbour there DiveBar!
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                • #9
                  X2 with Scott and Wendy.

                  Dave
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