toilet on basement slab

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      Avatar photoMasterPlumbers

        Is there any toilet system made that will allow an installation on a basement slab that rests on bedrock with no reasonable hope chopping out a hole for a tank and ejector pump. The rise to the main pipe is 3.5′. thanks for any info inc. forgetaboutit.

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          You could use an upflush toilet. They’re hard to find but they are available. However, they are also quite expensive (~ $700). I’ve read good and bad about them so you may want to do a little research before purchasing one.

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            Zoeller makes a system called Quick john that has a tank system that mounts on the floor but you will have to frame a raised floor so that the system can be installed. Any plumbing supply house can help you with this.

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