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waste pipe

[′wāst ‚pīp]
(civil engineering)
A pipe to carry waste water from a basin, bath, or sink in a building.

Waste pipe

The pipe that discharges liquid waste into the soil drain.

waste pipe

A drainpipe which receives the waterborne discharge from plumbing fixtures other than those fixtures receiving fecal matter; Also see indirect waste pipe.
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In further experiments, we examined the role of the waste pipe pressure drop.
We recommended that the full run be replaced with a 100mm diameter underground drain pipe, starting with a sealed internal gully next to the sink which would take the short 35mm diameter sink waste pipe.
Where waste pipes discharge into the gully below the grid, or where soil and dirt has been swept down a gully, the bend at the bottom may block.
A good old fashioned sink plunger will come in handy when a sink, bath or basin waste pipe is blocked.
Built on Best's industry-proven FAS Asset Accounting(TM) and FAS Asset Inventory(TM) products, it is ideally-suited for the management and depreciation of fixed assets, including infrastructure such as roads, bridges, waste pipes and signage.
Tenders are invited for Replacement Of Damaged Ws Pipes And C I Soil Waste Pipes On Walls Of Shaft At Panhala Bldg At Bkc Mumbai
Householders should: know where their stop tap is in case of problems insulate water tanks and pipes in unheated areas stop draughts as a cold draught may be enough to freeze a pipe keep the boiler well serviced repair dripping taps and faulty washers to stop waste pipes freezing leave the heating on low if you are away from home.
It does this by sophisticatedly designed fittings and a spaghetti of waste pipes connecting to the drains.
They work by grinding food and scraps down into fine particles, small enough to be flushed away through normal waste pipes.
The owner tried to get the fire under control but failed to save his garden furniture and waste pipes, which melted in the blaze, as well as washing hanging on the line.