A.   Code Adopted: A certain document, a copy of which is on file in the office of the village clerk, being marked and designated as the Illinois plumbing code, 77 Illinois administrative code 890, as published by the state of Illinois, department of public health, division of sanitary engineering, be and the same is hereby adopted as provided; and each and all of the regulations, provisions, penalties, conditions and terms of the Illinois plumbing code, 77 Illinois administrative code 890, are hereby referred to, adopted and made a part hereof, as if fully set out in this section, with the additions, insertions, deletions and changes, if any, prescribed in subsection B of this section.
   B.   Amendments To Code: The following sections are hereby revised as follows:
1) Water lines within buildings shall be type K copper below grade and type L copper or galvanized steel above grade.
2) In buildings connected to septic systems, copper waste and vent lines are prohibited.
3) Sanitary waste and vent lines within the buildings, below grade shall be cast iron.
4) Storm sewer lines within buildings, below grade shall be cast iron.
5) Sanitary and storm sewer lines through foundation walls to a point ten feet (10') outside the building shall be ductile iron pursuant to an agreement with the Lake County department of public works.
6) Floor drain traps and drains installed below a basement floor or underground shall be no less than three inches (3") in diameter.
7) Each plumbing fixture trap shall be protected by its own continuous vent.
8) Each individual bath and shower valves shall be provided with a shut off valve.
9) Hangers and supports shall be clevis, bracket, strap, ring and bolt, or other pre-fabricated type. Hangers shall not be of a makeshift variety.
10) In residential construction, plumbing vents shall terminate at the rear of the roof ridge.
11) Footing tile discharge piping must not discharge to village rights-of-way, ditches, or adjoining properties. Discharge piping shall terminate on the owner's property in a drywell, to drainage swales or other locations as approved by the village engineer. If the building site is served by storm sewers or, if a detention/retention pond is located on the building site, the village engineer shall have the authority to direct that discharge piping be directed and/or connected to such facilities. Discharge piping shall be shown on the approved septic system layout and shall not discharge towards the septic system.
12) No cell core PVC allowed.
13) All mission couplings require bands.
(Ord. 16-O-001, 1-19-2016)