Hello,a plumber put in new kitchen sink but he removed sewer gas vent. What illness will this cause.
I'm needing info about sickness due to vent being removed.
Let the plumber explain to you why he took it out. Does it smell??
When the home’s plumbing system is working properly, the naturally-occurring hydrogen sulfide is directed up and out of the building through a vent system, which exits through the roof. No smell should be present.
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