Venting a double-sink vanity

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Hi all,

I am converting a single sink vanity into a double-sink vanity and am stuck on the venting and drainage. I cannot use the current drain as the new vanity has a vertical support bar that would be where the current drain is. As such, I'd like to make two drains, piped to be underneath each sink.

I've been looking through a few different threads on the subject, and have attached a drawing with the current setup and what I believe are my two options. I am leaning towards option 2, but don't know if perhaps option 1 would be preferred?

- Circles indicate where the piping would come out of the wall, and each would have a P-Trap under each sink
- Every tee would be a sanitary tee

venting options.png


Thank you in advance,

Matt
 
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