We are committed to providing full Cross Connection Management Program including required testing, certification, repair, replacement, and installation of back flow preventers.
We offer services that include various backflow prevention needs including but not limited to backflow preventers testing, data processing and storage. We provide our customers with test reports each time the test is conducted. Records of backflow preventer tests, repairs, and new installations are also submitted to local agencies having jurisdiction over cross connection prevention program.
Our dedication to cross connection prevention management helps us to deliver the most reliable and effective backflow prevention service. Our priority is the maintaining of public safety and the compliance with cross connection regulations and ordinance. Public safety depends on the public health, therefore it is our common responsibility to protect drinking water against pollutants and contaminants.
Together, we can make a difference in protecting public health by participating in Cross Connection Prevention Management.
Plumbing Cross Connections, which are defined as actual or potential connections between a potable and non-potable water supply, constitute a serious public health hazard. There are numerous, well-documented cases where Cross Connections have been responsible for the contamination of drinking water, and have resulted in the spread of disease. The problem is a dynamic one, since piping systems are continually being installed, altered, or extended.
Control of Cross Connectionsis possible, but only through knowledge and vigilance. Education is essential, because even those who are experienced in piping installations fail to recognize Cross Connection possibilities and dangers. All municipalities with public water supply systems should have Cross Connection control programs. Those responsible for institutional or private water supplies should also be familiar with the dangers of Cross Connections and should exercise careful surveillance of their systems.