Plumbing Code By State

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  1. Aug 22, 2015 #21

    Zanne

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    My pleasure. I hope it can help people who don't know what code is used in their area so people can refer to this as reference.

    I'll try to keep it updated.
     
  2. Aug 6, 2016 #22

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    Effective January 1, 2016: Louisiana no longer has its own plumbing code. Instead, it now must adhere to the rules of the 2012 version of IPC.

    http://new.dhh.louisiana.gov/index.cfm/page/1523
    I wonder if that means that AAVs can now be used again, or if they are still forbidden.
     
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    California (Title 24) used to be called UPC (Uniform Plumbing Code) and now it's the CPC (California Plumbing Code).
     
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    With the exception of Loudoun County in VA. They make the rules up as they go or if they need the revenue. lol. That and in WVA the weirdest thing is they do not require a Rough In inspection. They do it all at final. Go figure.
     
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