Cross Connection Control

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The City of Melbourne is committed to ensuring the water we deliver to your residence meets or exceeds all health standards. 


All public water systems are required to develop and implement a cross-connection control (CCC) program per the requirements contained in Florida Administrative Code (FAC) 62-555.360 section (2). The purpose is to protect water quality by preventing the backflow of water from a customer’s plumbing into the public water system.  

Backflow is the reversal of the flow of water created by a difference in water pressures that causes water to flow back into the distribution pipes of a potable water supply. 

Frequently Asked Questions About Backflow

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Local Certified Backflow Prevention Assembly Technicians

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For More Information

Tim Thibert
Environmental Compliance Technician & Cross Connection Control Program Manager
(321) 608-5126
Timothy.thibert@mlbfl.org

 

Cross Connection Control Devices

Updated on 11/16/2017 3:19 PM

This slideshow contains photos of a range of types of cross connection control devices commonly found on commercial properties in the City of Melbourne.