Hey everybody, I am new to this forum. I had a question if anybody has any input, it would be awesome. We are doing rough-in plumbing for a bathroom in our garage. There will be a sewage ejector on the outside of the building that we will stub out to. We are decently green to this, and had a couple of questions. As far as the layout goes, I know we are wanting to avoid any 90° turns When tying in the smaller drains to the toilet main drain before heading out to the sewage ejector. The problem Is the run of the main drain is pretty short . I can angle it over to gain some length ( see dotted line) but am still not sure what a good configuration would be . Here’s a rough drawing of where the drains would be. As far as where we stub out, the closer to the toilet the better, as that is where the sewage ejector is on the septic plan. Ideas are welcome!