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City of Huntington Beach Municipal Code - 14.16.190 Protecting Cross Connections.

City of Huntington Beach Cross Connection Control Ordinance

TITLE 17. PUBLIC HEALTH DIVISION

1. STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES
CHAPTER 5. SANITATION (ENVIRONMENTAL)
SUBCHAPTER 1. ENGINEERING (SANITARY)
GROUP 4. DRINKING WATER SUPPLIES
ARTICLE 1. GENERAL7585

TEXT:

… 7584. Responsibility and Scope of Program.
The water supplier shall protect the public water supply from contamination by implementation of a cross-connection control program. The program, or any portion thereof, may be implemented directly by the water supplier or by means of a contract with the local health agency, or with another agency approved by the health agency.

… 7585. Evaluation of Hazard.
The water supplier shall evaluate the degree of potential health hazard to the public water supply which may be created as a result of conditions existing on a user's premises. The water supplier, however, shall not be responsible for abatement of cross-connections which may exist within a user's premises. As a minimum, the evaluation should consider: the existence of cross-connections, the nature of materials handled on the property, the probability of a backflow occurring, the degree of piping system complexity and the potential for piping system modification…







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