I'm in the process of improving the looks of the back of our house, and want to now sort out the mess of pipes going into the drain. One of the pipes is a 40mm waste from the washing machine, and is on the "wrong" side of the main house downpipe.
Assuming cutting the downpipe and fitting it directly into it isn't an option (it's too big/risky of a job right now), what are my options for neatly taking it past?
As seen in the photos, right now it's just using two 90° bends to take it out far enough past the downpipe. There's just enough space to force a 32mm pipe behind it against the wall, but it would have to be bent (ie put under stress) to allow for any fixings. Ideally I'd like to take the pipe back around to join up with at least one of the other two wastepipes before they drop into the drain.
Is there such a thing as a pipe designed to fit around the outside of a downpipe for this sort of situation, or is my best option to stick with 90° bends to do the job, using solvent rather than screw ones to make it look nicer/less bulky?