I agree.Yes. While not always enforced 250.32 requires a grounding electrode for any building or structure supplied by a feeder.
In some cases the water and electric are mounted on the same support.Does having a water line in the ground near the pedestal or water connection near the pedestal, make the water line "present at the structure"?
They got to get their stuff together because other CMPs have made clear a simple light pole is s structure.
The dissenters, a minority, argued texie's statement and lost. Majority said it was.News to me. I agree with iwire.
The code rule doesn't say anything about the water pipe serving the structure...it only talks about it the water pipe being present at the structure.If it does not come out above ground it certainly does not serve the structure (pedestal). In any case you are not required to dig it up to connect to it.
Actually I don't think they are supposed to be that close together per plumbing codes. Not talking about the inlet/outlets so much as the buried lines. They need separation (not sure exactly how much) so that it is not easy to hit both of them with excavation equipment and cause potential contamination of the potable water system.Always nice having the water line right next to the commode
An RV is a workplace? What happened to "recreation"?Gentle men:
You better look at the issue from the viewpoint of a relevant Federal law, in addition to NEC, which states any hazard such as a dangerous touch voltage in a work place shall be removed. So the design should be such that the touch voltage resulting from a ground fault in a RV is within permissible limit even during the operation of OCPD to clear it.