Regardless of size, demographics, or location, most community water authorities face a common challenge: ensuring the safety of drinking water within complex, high-hazard facilities – which are often their highest-volume customers.

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Enterprises with complex piping, multiple water sources, the presence of potential chemical or biological contaminants, chemically treated boilers, treated water systems, heating and cooling systems, fire protection systems and other non-water piping systems all can pose a risk. Such facilities might include:

  • Farms and Agricultural Businesses
  • Automotive and other Heavy Manufacturing
  • Hospitals and Health Care Facilities
  • Energy Production Facilities
  • Meat, Dairy, Food and Beverage Facilities
  • Steel Mills, Foundries, Metal, Plating, and Stamping Facilities
  • Chemical Manufacturers and Processors
  • Glass and Paper Processors
  • Tanneries

Regulatory Insight

HydroCorp can guide municipal clients in their ordinance to comply with state rules and cross-connection control rules and regulations. Our trained professionals understand how complex, high-hazard systems function, and the steps needed to ensure they operate safely. HydroCorp can help identify the specific safeguards public water system providers must take to prevent contamination and provide the necessary documentation and corrective action plan that results in facility compliance. We can also help communities focus on key areas for oversight, narrowing the scope of monitoring and inspection required, while increasing their effectiveness. As always, HydroCorp brings a customized approach to cross-connection control. We can augment an existing program, or manage a high-hazard program exclusively, taking this burden off your internal resources in whatever timeframe suits your operation.