Basement Bathroom Sewage Pump Venting Code

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Hello Professionals,
I am remodeling my basement (in Pennsylvania) and it will have a bathroom with a shower, sink, and toilet that will drain into a basin then the sewage pump will discharge it up into the main and out to the septic tank. Can the vent from the sewage pump/basin be tied into an existing vent or does it need its own separate vent? I have a plumber coming next week, but I am not sure what the code is and I would like to get some knowledge before the plumber shows up. Thanks in advance.
 

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Further googling says PA uses the IPC.


The IPC as far as I can find doesn't specify where a sump pit must terminate its vent.


However if its pertinent. The UPC says that sewage receptors should be vented through the roof separately. But if that is too difficult, the vent may combine with other vents inside of the home.
 
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