I am considering installing a radon mitigation pipe system in my home, but the only area where I could reasonably have the pipe exit my home is crammed with all my other utilities.
The best spot I've found that I can conceivably would exit the house very close to my gas meter. It won't interfere or touch, but I wonder if I would violate some housing code or another.
I'm aware that local codes always vary, but surely there must be some generalized consistency between them, so I hope someone can comment based on their own knowledge and experience.
The attached pictures show the area where the pipe would exit. I plan on using 2" PVC pipe in the immediate vicinity of the exit, then expanding to 3" pipe for the rest of the vertical run up to the roofline. Imagine a 2" PVC pipe running about 12" to the left of and more or less parallel to the black gas line seen exiting the meter and entering the house.
Note that this pipe would not "vent" near the gas meter - the vent would be located 2 stories up, above the roof line. Also, the pipe will only carry air from underneath the house, no gas or fumes, so I don't think that this question applies.