I am installing a utility sink in my basement and need to rework the drain pipe and standpipe for my washing machine in the process.
Above is the original drain pipe and stand pipe that the washing machine used to drain into. I had to move the washing machine several feet to the right so I removed the copper drain and standpipe to be replaced with pvc.
This is the new PVC drain pipe. The original copper pipe was 1 1/4" and the new PVC is 1 1/2". I will be putting the utility sink in the empty space between the dryer and the white wall in the picture (the washing machine is immediately to the right of the dryer).
Should I try to implement something pictured below (but from left to right instead of right to left like in the picture) with the much shorter PVC drain pipe I have to work with (20" tall)? Is there a simpler alternative (washing machine to spigot trap under utility sink)?