Hi Phil , thanks for your answer, the only problem with finding some one in my hardware store who can help is a bit difficult, I am in Hawaii and lowes and homedepot just dont cut it here no one knows anything! They are never any help. One guy works all the departments. I do have the normal sink fittings and have not bought the shower stuff yet. What I want to know is it possible to run the garden hose to the pvc and the pvc to the sink and shower fittings? Also I am plumbing a toilet to a sesspool, I am also gonna use the hose as the water source do you know if i can find the right attachments to run the hose to the toilet fittings? And lastly I have been studying pics on toilet plumbing and it appears you need a vent pipe. The toilet is up hill from the sesspool about 100 feet away can I just run one pipeline from the toilet to the sesspool or do I need a vent pipe?? And what kind and size of piping do i need for the toilet to drain to the sesspool? What size pvc for the shower and the sink?
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Phil, wow!! That is perfect! Amazing! One last thing i think, As I said before I am doing an outdoor bathroom off the grid, so The shower will be over a drywell and the sink will have a hose attached to it for the water to drain to the garden, so I dont need to run those to the cesspool, I am only running the toilet to the cesspool, The cesspool is about 100 feet away from toilet, to make sure i have you right you are saying 4inch pvc is good to run to the cess pool? And lastly do i need a vent pipe just for the toilet to go to the cesspool? It is a little uphill from the cess pool, so gravity should feed it to the cesspool. If i dont need a vent pipe it seems my job will be a lot easier?
thanks so much i really truly appreciate your help!!!