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m regulations 24 25 drainage 24 a building shall be provided with adequate drainage to ensure the safe and hygienic disposal of wastewater from the building and of surface water from the building and paved surfaces within the curtilage of the building sanitary facilities 25 1 a building to which this regulation applies shall be provided with adequate and suitable sanitary facilities 2 this regulation shall apply to all buildings other than a building or any part of a building to which the school premises general requirements and standards scotland regulations 1967 to 1979a apply in relation to numbers of sanitary facilities only 3 this regulation shall not be subject to specification in a notice served under section 11 of the act a si 1967/1199 1973/322 and 1979/1186 amdt september 2001

m m2.5 – m3.1 m2.5 a drainage system must be suitably tested to ensure satisfactory installation except there is no requirement to test the drain leading from a private wastewater treatment plant or septic tank discharges into a drainage system m2.6 where a discharge into a drainage system serving a dwelling contains silt or grit there must be suitable facilities for the adequate separation and removal of such substances m2.7 where a discharge into a drainage system serving a building other than a dwelling contains oil fat grease volatile substances silt or grit there must be suitable facilities for the adequate separation and removal of such substances discharges from a drainage system m2.8 a drainage system must be capable of discharging wastewater a where it is reasonably practicable to do so to a public sewer or public wastewater treatment plant provided under the sewerage scotland act 1968 or b where it is not reasonably practicable to do so i to a private wastewater

m m4.3 – m4.10 diagram to m4.3 plan view of activity space 750mm 800mm note 1 a wall hung washbasin may project into the activity space see diagram 2 to m4.4 sanitary facilities in a building other than a dwelling m4.4 a building other than a dwelling must be provided with an adequate number of suitable sanitary facilities for staff m4.5 a building of purpose groups 2 4 and 5 must be provided with an adequate number of suitable sanitary facilities for people other than staff m4.6 a building other than a dwelling must be provided with an adequate number of watercloset cubicles designed to allow greater ease of movement within the cubicle m4.7 where changing cubicles are provided in a building at least 1 cubicle in 20 or part thereof must be designed to allow greater ease of movement within the cubicle m4.8 in a building of purpose sub-group 2b containing bedrooms other than in a place of lawful detention at least 1 bedroom in 20 or part thereof must be provided with sanitary

m m2.4 m2.9 diagram to m2.4c flood level of a drainage system flood level m.h cover manhole sewer sanitary appliance lifting pump diagrammatic section through a typical basement area d in the case of a drainage system discharging to a public sewer or to a sewer that is intended for vesting in the water authority access to the drainage system is provided in accordance with the requirements of the relevant water authority m2.5 the requirements of m2.5 will be met where the drainage system is tested in accordance with a for sanitary pipework national annex ng of bs en 12056-2 2000 b for a drainage system under and around a building bs en 1610 1998 discharges into a drainage system m2.6 the requirements of m2.6 will be met for the separation and removal of silt or grit by incorporating removable grit interceptors within surface water gully pots m2.7 the requirements of m2.7 will be met where separation and removal of oil fat grease and volatile substances is provided in accordance with a

m m3.3 – m3.5 b that is not more than 25 m from the tank where it is not more than 4 m higher than the invert level of the tank and c that is sufficient to support a vehicle axle load of 14 tonnes m3.4 the requirements of m3.4 will be met where the label states ‘the drainage system from this property discharges to a wastewater treatment plant or septic tank as appropriate the owner is legally responsible for routine maintenance and to ensure that the system complies with any discharge consent issued by sepa and that it does not present a health hazard or a nuisance’ a suitable location for the label would be adjacent to the kitchen sink gas or electricity consumer unit or the water stop cock infiltration systems m3.5 the requirements of m3.5 will be met where the suitability of the ground is demonstrated by a ground assessment and percolation test carried out in accordance with the following procedures a carry out a preliminary ground assessment the following

m m3.6 diagram to m3.6b.ii typical piped infiltration bed system distribution box barrier material 150 300 mm of 20 50 mm clean gravel or broken stone at least 1 m 2 m water table or creviced bedrock c where the percolation value as demonstrated by the percolation test is more than 100 secs/mm and not more than 140 secs/mm as i a reed bed complying with the requirements of the bre good building guide gbg 42 parts 1 and 2 together with a piped infiltration system described in m3.6b.i m3.6b.ii or a suitable outfall or ii a constructed wetland other than a reed bed to a professionally prepared design and constructed by specialist contractors or iii a proprietary filtration system designed constructed and installed in accordance with the conditions of a notified body or diagram to m3.6c.iii typical proprietary filter module wastewater distribution grid inlet pipe wastewater is pumped out through holes in distribution grid and filters down through the biofibrous media biofibrous media

m m4.1 m4.2 sanitary facilities in a dwelling m4.1 the requirements of m4.1 will be met by providing sanitary facilities in accordance with the table to this specification table to m4.1 minimum number of sanitary facilities in a dwelling appliance number of appliances watercloset or waterless closet 1 where the dwelling is not more than 80 m2 total floor area 2 where the dwelling is more than 80 m2 total floor area bath or shower 1 washbasin 1 per watercloset or waterless closet sink 1 notes 1 where en-suite facilities are provided access to at least 1 watercloset or waterless closet must be available other than through a bedroom m4.2 the requirements of m4.2 will be met where the waterless closet is designed and installed in compliance with a a national sanitation federation certification to standard nsf 41 ‘wastewater recycling/reuse and water conservation devices’ or b nsf international standard ansi/nsf 41-1999 ‘non-liquid saturated treatment systems’

m m4.4 m4.5 the requirements of m4.4 with regard to suitable sanitary facilities will be met by providing sanitary facilities for disabled people as required by table to m4.4 in accordance with diagrams 1 and 2 to this specification diagram 1 to m4.4 plan of accessible sanitary facilities in a small building 400mm hinged support rail grab rail wall-fixed 750mm 200mm activity space 800mm notes 1 the activity space must be clear of any door swing 2 a wall hung washbasin may project into the activity space see diagram 2 to m4.4 3 two rails should be provided on either side of the watercloset and at least 1 should be of the wall-fixed grab rail type diagram 2 to m4.4 fully accessible sanitary facilities 2m hinged support rail 400mm 250mm 1.5m 650mm 800mm hinged support rail 300mm 750mm 450mm plan of fully accessible watercloset with washbasin section through fully accessible watercloset with washbasin notes 1 door width is clear opening width 2 a sliding door is an acceptable option

m m4.5 c for a building of purpose group 5 other than a building listed in sub-clauses d e and f table 2 to this specification d for sports stadia as recommended in ‘toilet facilities at stadia’ e for a school not covered by the schools premises general requirements and standards scotland regulations 1967 and 1979 table 6 to bs 6465 part 1 1994 f for a place of higher education the provision for a secondary school in table 6 to bs 6465 part 1 1994 table 2 to m4.5 minimum number of sanitary facilities for people other than staff in a building of purpose group 5 [1 building type [3-7 number of number of number of people waterclosets [2 urinals sanitary facilities for disabled people buildings used male for public [8 entertainment e.g single-screen cinemas theatres concert halls and other premises without licensed bars 1-100 101-200 201-250 over 250 1 1 1 plus 1 for each additional 500 males or part thereof where access for disabled people is required by s2.6 sanitary

m m4.5 – m4.8 the requirements of m4.5 with regard to suitable sanitary facilities will be met by providing sanitary facilities for disabled people as required by tables 1 and 2 to m4.5 in accordance with diagrams 1 and 2 to m4.4 m4.6 the requirements of m4.6 will be met where there are 4 or more watercloset cubicles in a group by providing at least 1 cubicle in the group with an activity space in front of the watercloset in accordance with the diagram to this specification diagram to m4.6 plan view of activity space 750mm 800mm notes 1 the activity space must be clear of any door swing 2 a wall hung washbasin may project into the activity space see diagram 2 to m4.4 m4.7 the requirements of m4.7 will be met where the changing cubicle is provided in accordance with the diagram to this specification diagram to m4.7 changing cubicle tip-up seat hinged support rail 1.2m 1.5m grab rail curtain 1.6m m4.8 the requirements of m4.8 will be met where sanitary accommodation