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Test: Sewage Collection From Houses & Buildings - Question 1

An intercepting trap is provided at the junction of

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An intercepting trap is often provided at the junction of a house sewer and a municipal sewer, so as to prevent the entry of the foul gases of the municipal sewer, into the house drainage system.

Test: Sewage Collection From Houses & Buildings - Question 2

A gully trap is provided at the junction of

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A gully trap or a gully is often provided at the junction of a room or a roof drain and the other drain coming from bath, kitchen, etc.

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Test: Sewage Collection From Houses & Buildings - Question 3

The pipe in house plumbing, which carries the discharge from sanitary fittings like bath rooms, etc., is called

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Soil pipe drains the night soil. Waste pipe drains sullage from baths etc. Anti-siphonage pipe serves as a suction relieving pipe or a vent pipe to protect the water seals of traps.

Test: Sewage Collection From Houses & Buildings - Question 4

Two pipe system of providing building drainage consists of

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In this, system, two sets of vertical pipes are laid, i.e., one for draining night soil, and the other for draining sullage. The pipes of the first set carrying night soil are called soil pipes, and the pipes of the second set carrying sullage from baths etc., are called sullage pipes or waste pipes. The soil pipe as well as the waste pipe, are separately ventilated by providing separate vent pipes or anti siphonage pipes.

Test: Sewage Collection From Houses & Buildings - Question 5

Point out the incorrect statement, in connection with building drainage

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Test: Sewage Collection From Houses & Buildings - Question 6

Match List-I with List-lI and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists: 
List-I
A. Soil pipe
B. Intercepting trap
C. P-trap
D. Cowl

List-II 
1. Ventilating pipe
2. Wash basin
3. Water closet waste
4. House drainage

Codes:
    A B C D
(a) 3 4 1 2
(b) 3 4 2 1
(c) 4 3 2 1
(d) 4 3 1 2

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Test: Sewage Collection From Houses & Buildings - Question 7

Which one of the following would help prevent the escape of foul sewer gases from a water closet?

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Gully trap is provided at the junction of the room or a roof drain and the other drain coming from bath, kitchen, etc. It may be P-trap or S-trap. Intercepting trap is provided at the junction of a house sewer and a municipal sewer.
Water closets are fitted with P or S-trap.,

Test: Sewage Collection From Houses & Buildings - Question 8

The trap used for a water closet is called

Test: Sewage Collection From Houses & Buildings - Question 9

Soil pipe in plumbing services means a pipe

Test: Sewage Collection From Houses & Buildings - Question 10

Match List-I (Type of waste) with List-ll (Description) and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists:
List-I
A. Refuse
B. Sullage
C. Sewage
D. Rubbish
List-II
1. Wastes of combustible nature
2. Waste water with higher decomposable fraction
3. All kinds of wastes
4. Waste water with low biodegradable fraction

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Rubbish includes combustible and non-combustible solid wastes.

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