Statement of Problem and Substantiation/Resolution:
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- Check the appropriate box to indicate whether this comment recommends adding new text, revising existing text, or delete text without substitution (see examples below).
- Enter the appropriate comment on proposal item number that the proposed text applies to.
- In the space identified as “Proposed Text” indicate as follows:
In the space titled, “Statement of Problem and Substantiation/Resolution,” state the problem that will be resolved by your recommendation and give the specific reason for your comment.
Where referencing a standard in your comment, such standard needs to be submitted in accordance with the Guidelines for Referencing Mandatory Standards. Please provide two hard copies or one electronic copy with your comment. Please note that if the standard is not received by the closing date, your comment is considered incomplete and will not be processed.
Where additional supplementary materials such as tests, research papers, or other documents, need to be submitted, please provide supporting material electronically. Please note that if supporting material is not received by the closing date, it will not be accepted for review by the Technical Committee.
Check the box for copyright assignment. Please note if you are not the author of this comment (this text is copied from another source) please do not submit the proposed change. The author of the comment must give copyright assignment (which is the submitter’s own idea based on or as a result of research, experience and is not copied from another source).
- Where making a recommendation to “Accept as Submitted”, simply state “I request to accept the code change proposal as submitted by this public comment”.
- Where making a recommendation of “Accept as Modified”, indicate the exact wording you propose based on the original proposal. (Refer to Examples for applying charging statement for adding text, deleting text and revising text)
- Where making a recommendation of “Reject”, simply state “I request to reject the code change proposal by this public comment”.
Note: Content of Comments shall be in accordance with Section 7.4.1 of the IAPMO Regulations Governing Consensus Development of the Water Efficiency and Sanitation Standard.
Failure to comply with the above requirements will result in the comment not being processed.
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Examples for applying charging statement for adding text, deleting text and revising text
Add new text as follows (applies only when adding a new section or all new text):
Water Service.Piping from the water main or source of water supply to the water distribution piping of the building or premises served irrespective of the water meter location.
Revise text as follows (applies when revising an existing section by deleting text, adding text or both as follows):
The pipe carrying potable water from the water meter or other source of water supply to the building or other point of use or distribution on the lot. Building supply shall also mean water service. Piping from the water main or source of water supply to the water distribution piping of the building or premises served irrespective of the water meter location.
Delete text without substitution (applies when deleting an entire section, table or both as follows):
302.0 Iron Pipe Size (IPS) Pipe. Iron, steel, brass and copper pipe shall be standard weight iron pipe size (IPS) pipe.
306.1 It shall be unlawful for any person to deposit, by any means whatsoever, into any plumbing fixture, floor drain, interceptor, sump, receptor, or device, which is connected to any drainage system, public sewer, private sewer, septic tank, or cesspool, any ashes; cinders; solids; rags; inflammable, poisonous, or explosive liquids or gas; oils; grease; or any other thing whatsoever that would, or could, cause damage to the drainage system or public sewer.