Several months ago I put in an under the counter RO system - it came with a saddle-style connection to connect to the sink's drain line.
It also came with a 'if you are installing this in the state of MA, you must call a licensed plumber as saddle connections are not allowed'
Well, I grew up in...
I'm sure you've already put the trim back on but waiting until its hardened is the best option. The door/window stuff is low expansion but until that stuff is hard I don't trust it not to move a little.
We had a house rebuilt last year. New water and electrical lines to the well head. Over the winter we started to see water seeping into the basement around those pipes.
Just yesterday we determined that the high water table in the area was causing water to come up the well sleeve (not sure...
Just an FYI - I've dis-allowed image links to my site (I revamped things a bit) so you can't see the image in the above quoted post any longer.
The direct link is