Buy this code and address any issues regarding private sewage disposal!
Introducing the companion guide to the 2018 International Plumbing Code—the 2018 International Private Sewage Disposal Code by the International Code Council and the National Onsite Wastewater Recycling Association (NOWRA)!
With this soft cover code, you will have access to the codes for designing, installing, and inspecting private sewage disposal systems. What’s more, it provides the flexibility needed for the development of safe systems.
The International Private Sewage Disposal Code (IPSDC) is what you need in case there no public sewer systems available. The IPSDC addresses the soil content of the site to see if the site is suitable for proper private sewage disposal system. It also addresses to see if private sewage disposal systems will keep up its performance during its intended lifespan. Additionally, the 2018 IPSDC also has information on sizing soil absorption systems, soil and site requirements, and more!
Table of Contents:
Chapter 1 - Scope and Administration
Part 1 - Scope and Application
Part 2 - Administration and Enforcement
Chapter 2 - Definitions
Chapter 3 - General Regulations
Chapter 4 - Site Evaluation and Requirements
Chapter 5 - Materials
Chapter 6 - Soil Absorption Systems
Chapter 7 - Pressure Distribution Systems
Chapter 8 - Tanks
Chapter 9 - Mound Systems
Chapter 10 - Cesspools
Chapter 11 - Residential Waste Water Systems
Chapter 12 - Inspections
Chapter 13 - Nonliquid Saturated Treatment Systems
Chapter 14 - Referenced Standards
Note: Various appendices are also inside. These include:
- System Layout Illustrations
- Tables for Pressure Distribution Systems
Dispose of sewage properly and in code by purchasing your copy of the 2018 International Private Sewage Disposal Code today!
About the National Onsite Wastewater Recycling Association:
The NOWRA’s mission is to promote the onsite and decentralized wastewater industry by having activities that support and recognize the best management practices. It was founded in 1992 due to the need to promote the benefits of onsite and decentralized wastewater infrastructure.