Currently using an upside-down, open, plastic appropriately sized can or bucket on top of the vertical tailpipe (for better dispersion) that is connected to the roof or pipe with enough slack so it can come off, but doesn't become a long distance projectile. A yellow "danger circle" is painted around the tailpipe to indicate the can or buckets reach. Weekly or monthly walkabouts ensure they stay in place.
What do you use and is it better?
Good luck, Latexman
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