discharge pipe definition

discharge pipe means a pipe from which discharges are made or are to be made under Section 165(1) of the 1991 Act;
discharge pipe means a pipe from which discharges are made or are to be made under Section 165(1) of the 1991 Act; "disposal main" means (subject to Section 219(2) of the 1991 Act) any outfall pipe or other pipe which-
discharge pipe means a pipe which conveys the discharge from a sanitary fixture to a drain, and includes a soil pipe, a waste pipe, a discharge stack, a branch discharge pipe or a fixture discharge pipe;

More Definitions of discharge pipe

discharge pipe means a pipe which discharges are made or are to be made under Section 165(1) of the 1991 Act; 'disposal main' means (subject to section 219(2) of the 1991 Act) any outfall pipe or other pipe which - (a) is a pipe for the conveyance of effluent to or from any sewage disposal works, whether of a Sewerage Undertaker or of any other person; and (b) is not a public sewer;
discharge pipe means any pipe other than a drain that conveys the discharge from one or more sanitary fixtures;
discharge pipe means a pipe from which discharges are or are to be made under section 163 above;
discharge pipe means a pipe which enables any sewage orsullage water to be conveyed from a sanitary appliance or floor trap to a drain-line; “discharge stack” means a main vertical discharge pipe that extends through at least one storey with orwithout offsets; “drain-line” means a pipe which enables any sewage or sullage water to be conveyed from waste sumps or inspection chambers to a seweragesystem; “Professional Engineer (PE)” means a professional engineer registered under the Professional Engineers Act (Cap 253) whose qualification is appropriate to the nature of those works and has in force apracticing certificate issued under that Act; “PUB” means the National Water Authority PUB,established under section 3 of the Public Utilities Act (Cap. 261). “public sewerage system” and “publicsewer” means any sewerage system or any sewerowned, managed or maintained by PUB. “public sewer corridor” means the land and space bounded by 2 vertical planes through which any sewer, main or pipe of a public sewerage system runs(whether under, on or above ground); “qualified person” means a qualified person appointed under the Building Control Act (Cap. 29) whosequalification is appropriate to the nature of those works; “sanitary appliancesincludes wash basins, bath tubs, sinks, urinals, toilet bowls, bidets and other similar fixtures; “sanitary drainage system” means a network of drain-lines including anywaste sump, inspection chamber and any other related appurtenances; “sanitary facilities” means facilities for collection of sewage and sullage water and includes bathrooms, toilets, facilities for washing and sanitary appliances, together with the associated pipe-work, whichconnect to a sewerage system; “sanitary plumbing system” means a network of discharge pipes including any discharge stack, ventilating pipe, ventilating stacks, floor trap, pump, fitting andany other related appurtenances; “sanitary works” means
discharge pipe means a pipe for carrying sewage or waste water from any fixture or appliance to a stack, gully trap or drain;
discharge pipe means a pipe that enables any sewage or sullage water to be conveyed from a sanitary appliance or floor trap to a drain‑line;
discharge pipe means a pipe that enables any