Every home, business, hospital and industrial facility in your community can put potable water safety at risk. Chemical or biological contamination of water supplies resulting from backflow can cause illness as well as creating multi-million dollar liabilities.

Cross-connection control is a fact of life. Most state and local regulations require water providers to develop and maintain a viable Cross-Connection Control Program, to help minimize the threat of backflow in their communities. But it's not so simple. Take a look at a typical CCC program, and you’ll see the task is daunting. Not to mention the additional pressure it puts on your people and resources.

HydroCorp can help. In fact, Cross-Connection Control Program Management is our specialty - we've been doing it for more than 30 years. We can design a streamlined, cost-efficient and customizable Cross-Connection Control Program that incorporates:

  • Developing Cross-Connection Control Ordinance
  • Determining Program Parameters Based On Your Specific Needs
  • Developing Your Custom Cross-Connection Control Plan
  • Implementing and Managing the Program Collaboratively
  • Creating and Managing Public Awareness Information
  • Backflow Prevention, Health Hazard Determination Survey - Identifying High Hazard Facilities
  • Real-Time Monitoring and Tracking of Backflow Prevention Assembly Testing Compliance.

To learn more, call us today at 800.690.6651.



Engineered Efficiency

We help you manage all components and communication requirements from conceptualization through program implementation. By actively engaging all stakeholders through a consultative process, we ensure that your Cross-Connection Control program is precisely keyed to your unique needs. HydroCorp’s proven, systematic approach facilitates efficiency during plan development and rollout, and optimizes the effective use of all available resources to ensure that your program remains sustainable and effective.

Budget Conscious

Public water suppliers throughout America understand that safety necessarily comes first, and effective Cross-Connection Control is its foundation. According to the American Water Works Association Research Foundation, more than 90 percent of water utilities nationwide maintain active cross-connection control programs; these consume more than 3.6% of these utilities’ annual budgets.

HydroCorp works to optimize the effectiveness of Cross-Connection Control programs while minimizing costs. Extensive training, expertise, and experience with suppliers of all sizes enables our teams to develop comprehensive programs addressing both direct and indirect cross connections to ensure that drinking water remains contaminant-free.