Halton Region Cross-Connection Control Program and Backflow Prevention
As per their website, Halton Region, in accordance with the Safe Drinking Water Act, introduced The Cross-Connection Control Program (CCCP) to protect the municipal water distribution system and prevent contamination from non-drinking water sources. As per Cross Connection Control By-law #61-11, it is the responsibility of all industrial, commercial and institutional (ICI), and multi-unit residential property owners to do their part to install the proper water backflow prevention devices and have these tested annually by an accredited tester.
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Summary of Property Owner’s Responsibilities
To comply with the program, you may be required to:
- Conduct a Cross-Connection Survey as requested by Halton Region
- Obtain permit(s) and install the appropriate backflow prevention device(s)
- Test the device(s) annually or more frequently as appropriate
- Submit reports to Halton Region
- Maintain the backflow prevention device in working condition at all times
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OWWA Accredited Tester
You must hire an authorized company to conduct a Cross-Connection Survey or Backflow Testing and Repairs in Halton Region. EOS Mechanical Inc. remains an authorized company and is registered with the Region.
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Halton Region frequently sends notices requesting compliance with the by-law.
Owners may receive a letter requesting a Cross-Connection Survey or Re-Survey be completed for the facility. Request a Cross-Connection Survey Quote
Halton Region also sends out letters requesting all backflow preventers be tested annually. Schedule a Backflow Test. If a backflow preventer is not installed, you are required to do so. Request a Backflow Installation Quote