Division B
Acceptable Solutions

Part 2 — Plumbing Systems

Section 2.7. Non-Potable Water Systems

2.7.1. Connection

2.7.1.1. Not Permitted
1) Intent StatementA non-potable water system shall not be connected to a potable water system.

2.7.2. Identification

2.7.2.1. Markings Required
1) change beginThe location of nonchange end-potable water change begindischarge and non-potable waterchange end piping shall be identified by markings that are permanent, distinct and easily recognized.

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2.7.3. Location

2.7.3.1. Pipes
1) Intent StatementNon-potable water piping shall not be located
a) where food is prepared in a food-processing plant,
b) above food-handling equipment,
c) above a non-pressurized potable water tank, or
d) above a cover of a pressurized potable water tank.
2.7.3.2. Outlets
1) Intent StatementAn outlet from a non-potable water system shall not be located where it can discharge into
a) a sink or lavatory,
b) a fixture into which an outlet from a potable water system is discharged, or
c) a fixture that is used for the preparation, handling or dispensing of food, drink or products that are intended for human consumption.
(See Appendix A.)

2.7.4. change beginDesignchange end

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2.7.4.1. change beginNon-potable Water System Design
(See Appendix A.)change end
1) change beginNon-potable water systems shall be designed, fabricated and installed in accordance with good engineering practice, such as that described in the ASHRAE Handbooks, ASPE Handbooks and CAN/CSA-B128.1, “Design and Installation of Non-Potable Water Systems.”change end

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2) Reserved.

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