A pipe or drain for carrying off night soil.
A sewer pipe for carrying off waste from toilets.
Pipe carrying waste from the house to the main sewer line. Back to the Top
The sewage pipe carrying waste from a building to the sewer or septic system.
drain that conveys liquid waste from toilets, etc.
vertical pipe to take waste water and sewage out of a building
Any pipe which handles discharge from the toilet.
A large vertical drainage pipe (usually directly outside the bathroom) designed to carry away toilet waste.
A vent pipe that penetrates the roof.
A large pipe that carries liquid and solid wastes to a sewer or septic tank
A pipe that penetrates a roof and is used to vent a building’s plumbing. Also referred to as a Plumbing Vent Pipe.
"Soil pipe" means a pipe which conveys the discharge of water closets or similar fixtures containing fecal matter with or without the discharge of other fixtures to the building drain or building sewer.
Pipes from a structure to a sewer for the purpose of sewage disposal.
drainage system component that receives waste discharged from toilet and sometimes from other plumbing waste pipes.
A pipe running from the house to the main sewer line that carries sewage away from the house.
The pipe that directs the sewage of a house to the receiving sewer, building drain, or building sewer.