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This was found in a basement of a home we are working on. The waste pipe through the wall is connected to the next door neighbor's roof leaders and sanitary sewer pipes. The roof leaders and sanitary sewer pipes from the house above the basement are connected to the lower pipe. They join together and exit the foundation wall to an unknown location (most likely the municipal sewer but can't be sure).

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When those are discovered by the authorities around here, there is the "separate the sewers" decree, resulting in a few ulcers and savaged renovation budgets.

OTOH, the CCBD is so incompetent, they might never even stop to look and life would go on.

What do they make you do there?

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When those are discovered by the authorities around here, there is the "separate the sewers" decree, resulting in a few ulcers and savaged renovation budgets.

OTOH, the CCBD is so incompetent, they might never even stop to look and life would go on.

What do they make you do there?

Just discovered it. Never had this before. I am thinking that the two houses were jointly owned in the past. They may have shared a private system in the past. The homes are at least a 100 years old.

We have been hired to design some renovations and this was found while documenting the house.

I will let you know what happens.

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