My city water service line is this blue pipe (I have another question about this here).
Currently the blue pipe is connected to a short 2' section of copper with what looks like a compression union, and 2' further down the copper is connected to ~25' of galvanized pipe before reaching my house.
I have run 3/4" and 1/2" PEX-A throughout the house in the crawlspace and will use copper for daylighted sections (i.e. hose bib, shut-off valve), and am determining what material to use for the 1" service line.
I was planning to cut out the copper and galvanized pipe, and connect PVC Schedule 80 to the blue pipe. I chose PVC Sch 80 because it is tougher than PVC Sch 40, cheaper than copper and easier to get than copper or PEX-A right now, though I'm not set on this.
What would be the appropriate way to connect PVC schedule 80 to this blue pipe?
I am also open to suggestions for alternatives to PVC schedule 80.