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Next door neighbour is in urgent need of a ground floor kitchen sink
and 1st floor shower waste to be diverted from a rain water gully, to a
grey water gully at the other side of a patio door. It was illegally
cross connected. Does anyone know anyone who could tackle to job
please, in LS25?

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Next door neighbour is in urgent need of a ground floor kitchen sink and
1st floor shower waste to be diverted from a rain water gully, to a grey
water gully at the other side of a patio door. It was illegally cross
connected. Does anyone know anyone who could tackle to job please, in
LS25?


checkatrade

(other resellers exists)

tim



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"Harry Bloomfield" wrote in message
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Next door neighbour is in urgent need of a ground floor kitchen sink and
1st floor shower waste to be diverted from a rain water gully, to a grey
water gully at the other side of a patio door. It was illegally cross
connected. Does anyone know anyone who could tackle to job please, in
LS25?


checkatrade

(other resellers exists)

tim


Oh dear.

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tim... was thinking very hard :
checkatrade

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I would not trust anyone recommended by such a site.
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tim... was thinking very hard :
checkatrade

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I would not trust anyone recommended by such a site.


they aren't recommended by the site

they are recommended by their previous clients

what other method is there?

your chances of finding a a recommendation via here is very small is it not?







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On 09/07/2019 11:37, Harry Bloomfield wrote:
Next door neighbour is in urgent need of a ground floor kitchen sink and
1st floor shower waste to be diverted from a rain water gully, to a grey
water gully at the other side of a patio door. It was illegally cross
connected. Does anyone know anyone who could tackle to job please, in LS25?


if the rainwater has a trapped gully it is all going to a combined
system anyway so why bother?....
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Jim GM4DHJ ... formulated on Tuesday :
if the rainwater has a trapped gully it is all going to a combined system
anyway so why bother?....


It has a trapped gulley, but no it is not combined. We have a two pipe
system, one (foul) goes off for treatment, the rain water one just goes
into a stream, then the river untreated.
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On 09/07/2019 18:49, Harry Bloomfield wrote:
Jim GM4DHJ ... formulated on Tuesday :
if the rainwater has a trapped gully it is all going to a combined
system anyway so why bother?....


It has a trapped gulley, but no it is not combined. We have a two pipe
system, one (foul) goes off for treatment, the rain water one just goes
into a stream, then the river untreated.


strange if it is trapped
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Jim GM4DHJ ... laid this down on his screen :
strange if it is trapped


They all are here.
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On 09/07/2019 19:30, Harry Bloomfield wrote:
Jim GM4DHJ ... laid this down on his screen :
strange if it is trapped


They all are here.

oh well


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