How to deal with kitchen sink waste in crawlspace

Discussion in 'Plumbing Forum, Professional & DIY Advice' started by Randy W, Feb 18, 2020.

  1. Randy W

    Randy W New Member

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    The existing 2" galvanized has a few holes in the bottom and has been depositing dishwasher and sink waste under my house. Probably a couple weeks. My plan is to let it dry out for a couple days then replace with ABS. We don't put food down the disposal because of clogging issues before.
    Do I need to be concerned with the food particles under the house since there isn't any poop in it?

    Thanks for your help.
    Randy
     
  2. Smooky

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    If there is a lot of food debris, I would get it up. If it is just water, don't worry.
     
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  4. Randy W

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    Thanks Smooky. I'll try to scrape it up or something and try to bag it.
     
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