MUNICIPAL SERVICES

Wisconsin

End-to-End Cross-Connection Control Management

Over 180 Municipal Water Systems in Wisconsin entrust Hydrocorp for compliance with WI DNR regulation 810.15 for Cross-Connection Control and ensuring safe drinking water. 

Our program and services keep in mind the expense for unfunded mandates and minimize the costs to the water purveyor and water customers.

Popular services include:

  • Turn-Key Cross-Connection Program Management
  • Residential Cross-Connection Inspections/Appointments
  • Cross-Connection Education/Inspection Training
  • Simultaneous Cross-Connection Inspections with Water Meter Replacements
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CROSS-CONNECTION-CONTROL

Why is a Cross-Connection Control Program So Important?

A cross-connection control program is not only critical from a public health perspective, but also in preventing significant exposure, litigation, and financial loss to anyone not in compliance with this important regulation.
1
It Protects Public Health.

Normally, water in a home or building flows in one direction. Under certain conditions, water can actually flow backwards; this is known as backflow, which can introduce contaminants into the drinking water supply with dangerous – even lethal – consequences.

2
It’s The Law.

State and local regulations and plumbing code requires approved backflow prevention methods to be installed at every point of potable water connection and use. Fines, penalties and the loss of water service are all possible if non-compliant. Furthermore, if contamination occurs and an individual or a group of individuals or their property suffers damage due to a backflow incident, they may seek damages from the municipality and the entity that contributed to the contamination.

1
It Protects Public Health.

Normally, water in a home or building flows in one direction. Under certain conditions, water can actually flow backwards; this is known as backflow, which can introduce contaminants into the drinking water supply with dangerous – even lethal – consequences.

2
It’s The Law.

State and local regulations and plumbing code requires approved backflow prevention methods to be installed at every point of potable water connection and use. Fines, penalties and the loss of water service are all possible if non-compliant. Furthermore, if contamination occurs and an individual or a group of individuals or their property suffers damage due to a backflow incident, they may seek damages from the municipality and the entity that contributed to the contamination.

HydroCorp can help make your Cross-Connection Control Program more efficient and cost-effective, while improving compliance – which helps ensure that you’re keeping your water system and your people safe from the hazards of backflow. To learn more, call our office today at 844.493.7646.