Dryer exhaust and bathroom exhaust distances

I'm putting in a basement bathroom containing laundry hookups (gas dryer). I need to install both dryer exhaust and bathroom vent exhaust to the outside and will probably be using metal piping, at least for the dryer vent. Can both of these exhaust terminations be side-by-side? How far should/must these exhausts be located from the end of a natural gas water heater exhaust? How far should/must these exhausts be from a gas furnace exhaust? Can all these be placed at the same height? (In Tennessee) TIA
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Phisherman wrote:

You may want to ask about local building codes. Also on the gas vent questions: Google is your friend. Have you tried it?
Lou
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Yep, local building codes drive it.
But also consider there is a maximum distance of total run by code as well. And each bend reduces the number of actual feet. For example, each 45 deg bend counts as X ft regardless of how long the bend actually is. A 90 bend may count twice that of a 45.
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