I am doing a remodel where I am removing a wall behind my sink to create a peninsula. This wall has my drain waste vent. So as far as code I do know that I cannot go less than 45 degrees (horizontal) until I am at least 6" above the sink flood plane. I should be able to make that work as I will be keeping a partial wall 16" to the right of the current drain.
I definitely can do a 45 degree vent. Though I might have the vent 45 possibly below the current sanitary tee. Reason being if I lower the whole p-trap then I lose more space in my cabinet #4 Or I will need to do a 90 jog #5 from the p-trap to the sanitary tee. So for those plumbers out there which solution would be most code compliant or is there a vent diagram that shows me a better solution? Thanks!
Notes, Single drain sink with garbage disposal. Also because of remodel and not wanting to move the current waste line (in concrete with the water lines on either side of it) the waste line will be to the far right of the cabinet. Sort of like #2.