90 degree turn near house, location of cleanout

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dwilson

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Hi everyone,

I'm trying to decide where to put a sewage cleanout at the exterior of a house (my house). The tricky thing is there's a 90 degree turn around 10 feet from where the pipe (4" PVC) exits the slab. Beyond the 90 degree there's another cleanout around 30 feet away.

As I see it, there are three options

1. Cleanout before (upstream) turn, optionally 2-way.
2. Cleanout at turn.
3. Cleanout after turn.

I think that all three are allowed by code. 2-way is nice, but also would be nice to have a clear shot at that 30' stretch beyond the turn.

Any recommendations?

Picture below. Thanks for any advice.

Dal

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Two 45s are always good, and may result in a tad less trenching.
 
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Hey, wait a minute.

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