NCC 2019 Volume Three
Section C Sanitary plumbing and drainage

Section C Sanitary plumbing and drainage

After Part C1, insert Tas Part C101 as follows:

Tas Part C101 Non-flushing sanitary fixtures

Tas Introduction to this Part

This Part is an addition to Part C1 and sets out the requirements for the installation of non-flushing sanitary fixtures.

Tas C101.1 Installation requirements

(1)

The fixture is to be an authorised fixture or certified under the WaterMark Certification Scheme, as appropriate.

(2)

The fixture is to be installed in accordance with TAS F2.102 of the Building Code of Australia Volume One; or Part 3.8.3.4 of the Building Code of Australia Volume Two, as appropriate.

Part C2 Sanitary drainage systems

After CP2.2 insert Tas CP2.201 as follows—

Performance Requirements

Tas CP2.201 On site wastewater management systems

After C2.3(1) insert Tas C2.3(2) and (3) as follows—

Tas C2.3 General requirements

(2)

A design and installation method for conveying sewage to an approved disposal system and for avoiding the likelihood of foul air entering a building must comply with Tas Part H101, using products authorised under the WaterMark Certification Scheme or Tas Part I101 (as appropriate).

(3)

A design and installation method for disposing of sewage using a non-flushing sanitary fixture, and for avoiding the likelihood of foul air entering a building must comply with Tas Part C101, using products authorised under the WaterMark Certification Scheme or Tas Part I101 (as appropriate).