Campsite Toilet/Shower building - waste drainage design?

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by dunny1234, 18 Sep 2011.

  1. dunny1234

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    Hi,

    I'm about to start building a timber frame toilet/shower building on a concrete slab. Before i pour the concrete, i want to leave a channel down the centre (length ways) of the slab for a 110mm/160mm sewer pipe, and all the connection junctions for the 6 toilets, 6 basins, and 4 showers. I thought this would be the best option, and a safer bet to get all the drainage connections lined up.

    Once i've got the correct fall, and the sewer pipe links up with the septic tank, i plan to to fill the channel in with concrete, allowing me to construct the timber frame, and start on the interior.

    Does this sound like the right way to go? Can anyone foresee any problems? Any better ways of doing it?

    Any help would be gratefully received!

    Thanks in advance
     
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