Plumbing manufacturers must find the water conservation sweet spot

A trickle of water running through the drainage system is not sufficient enough to carry away solids to the point of disposal. The plumbing industry, contractors and engineers, are not just accepting anything that comes along into the plumbing codes. The arguments against were usually centered on drain line carry, uric salt build up in the lines, odors, sanitary conditions and even disease spread.

Anyone who has paid even the slightest bit of attention to current industry trends has heard of dry drains, low-flow problems, and the issues occurring in building dra

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