Securing vent stack

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I have a utility sink in my basement that sits along a concrete wall with a footer. Since I can't run the vent stack within or directly against the wall, I ran the P-trap sideways with the vent stack running a few inches (about a hand's width) off the wall along the side of the sink.

My question is what is considered the most professional-looking way to secure this. My understanding is that the PVC needs to be supported every four feet per UPC Table 313.3. I was thinking of maybe securing some sort of L-bracket to the wall with tapcons and strapping the pipe to that. Just not sure what kind of hardware I should get. Any pictures of similar installations or links to hardware examples would be appreciated.
 

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