Sink. Friday , May 05th , 2017 - 10:28:17 AM
The Water By-laws cover such things as: the size of storage cisterns and the position of inlets, outlets and overflows: the provision of stop taps and drain taps; the protection of pipes against frost damage, corrosion and vibration; and, most importantly, the design of the system so that there is no possibility of the supply becoming contaminated, particularly by back-siphonage. To make sure that any work complies fully, it is essential to read (and follow) the local water undertaking's by-laws, which are normally supplied free.
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