The City of Frisco strives to provide uninterrupted water supply services. The potable water meets or exceeds all state and federal standards. But once the water enters the premises of an owner, it is responsibility of the owner to ensure that backflow does not occur.
What is Backflow in a water system?
Backflow simply put is water flowing in the opposite direction in a water system. This can occur due to Backpressure where the water pressure generated from a private system is more than the city’s water supply. Another cause is Backsiphonage which occurs when there is negative or reduced pressure is supply piping
Why is Backflow Prevention Assembly required?
Backflow prevention assembly is a mechanical device used to prevent backflow. All backflow prevention assemblies require a plumbing permit from the City of Frisco Public Works Department before installation.
Certain backflow prevention assemblies with test ports must be tested upon installation and thereafter annually by a licensed backflow tester. A fee, as stated in the fee schedule, per assembly, will be charged by the City of Frisco for annual inspections. This fee is in addition to any testing charges by the backflow tester.
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