Why is HydroCorp inspecting my facility?
HydroCorp has been contracted by Georgetown Township to assist with their Cross Connection Control (CCC) Program. Every CCC program includes two parts: Testing of backflow prevention assemblies and on-site inspections. The visiting technician will be conducting a visual inspection of your facility’s internal water system to identify cross connections that could possibly contaminate your drinking water or the public water supply. These may include boilers, water softeners, hose connections, utility sinks, lawn sprinklers, fire systems and restrooms. Your water service will not be interrupted during the inspection process.

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1. Why do I need to test my backflow prevention assembly?
2. How often should I test my backflow prevention assembly?
3. Why is HydroCorp inspecting my facility?
4. How long does the inspection take?
5. Do I have to be present for the inspection?
6. Who is responsible for completing the repairs if necessary?
7. Does HydroCorp inspector carry identification?
8. Is this inspection mandatory?
9. How do I find information on Septic Systems?