putting a utility sink in basement

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  1. Oct 2, 2011 #1

    sisyphus

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    Hi all, would like to install a utility sink in my basement which has no drainaged. is there a way of doing this without breaking up the concrete floor? and if I had to, would I be able to run the discharge into a drywell? thanks
     
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    How does the drainage from the rest of your house go out to the sewer or, septic?

    A drywell may or may not be permitted check with your local building officials.
     
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    through 4 inch pvc pipe suspended below the floor joist in the basement. thanks
     
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