Did you receive a Cross Connection Control Program notice in the mail?

What should you do next?

Locate a State Approved Certified Backflow Tester to complete testing of your backflow prevention assembly(s).

The assembly(s) required to be tested at this time are listed on the following page(s). For your convenience, a courtesy listing of known testers is available on our website here. We suggest contacting several to get the best pricing available.

NOTE: Neither HydroCorp nor the city can aid in the testing of your backflow prevention assembly(s) nor can a certified tester be recommended to you.

Schedule a date with the tester you have chosen to have your backflow prevention assembly(s) tested prior to the required due date on your notice.

Present the 2nd page that you received in the mail to your tester.

 

Once testing has been completed, instruct your tester to submit the results at gethydrosoft.com. Test results will not be accepted via mail, fax or email.

NOTE: Compliance can only be achieved if the test results are passing or your
tester/plumber indicates the supply has been disconnected and the backflow assembly(s) have been removed. You will continue to receive notification if the results equal failure and/or repairs are necessary.

If you have any questions or require additional information, please contact HydroCorp from 8am to 6pm EST Monday
through Friday at 1-844-493-7641 or contact us here . 

 

Residential Water Customers

FAQ's on Cross-Connection Control requirements and Backflow Hazards associated with residential drinking water systems.

Industrial Facility Managers

FAQ's on Cross-Connection Control requirements and facility inspection process of industrial or large complex facilities.

Plumbers/BFP Testers

FAQ's on Backflow Preventer Test Requirements and common corrective actions due to recent Cross-Connection inspections performed by HydroCorp.

Commercial Facility Customers

FAQ's on Non-Residential Water Meter Replacements or Backflow Preventer Test Requirements. Includes explanations of common corrective actions due to recent Cross-Connection inspections performed by HydroCorp.

Commercial Facility Customers

FAQ's on Non-Residential Water Meter Replacements or Backflow Preventer Test Requirements. Includes explanations of common corrective actions due to recent Cross-Connection inspections performed by HydroCorp.

Residential Water Customers

FAQ's on Cross-Connection Control requirements and Backflow Hazards associated with residential drinking water systems.

Industrial Facility Managers

FAQ's on Cross-Connection Control requirements and facility inspection process of industrial or large complex facilities.

For over 39 years, HydroCorp has succeeded in improving health and safety.

HydroCorp serves over 400 public water system clients throughout North America.

Dedicated to protecting public and private water supply from the dangers of backflow, legionella, and other hazards.

For over 39 years, HydroCorp has succeeded in improving health and safety.

HydroCorp serves over 400 public water system clients throughout North America.

Dedicated to protecting public and private water supply from the dangers of backflow, legionella, and other hazards.