The plumber added a sewage ejector pump and chose the most direct route for his piping. However in the process he simply sawed off the TPR piping and now it doesn’t comply with the 6 inch of the ground discharge rule.
Is this worth calling out?
The TPR valve is now leaking so it needs replaced anyway, might as well fix the piping length, but what’s the proper fix???
Can an elbow be added, to angle the new copper piping past the plumbers piping?