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As a condition of receiving water service from the Public Water System, Property Owners shall install an approved Backflow Preventer on their Property prior to receiving potable water on any Property where any of the following exist:
(a) A waste-water pumping and/or treatment plant.
(b) The handling of a hazardous substance in any manner in which the substance could enter the Public Water System.
(c) An Auxiliary Water supply.
(d) Dual-plumbed property.
(e) Intricate plumbing and piping arrangements.
(f) A repeated history of Cross-connections.
(g) A dockside watering point or marine facility.
(h) Dedicated irrigation service.
(i) A fire protection system.
(j) A building where the highest point is 40 feet or more in height above the point of connection.
(k) Inadequate Backflow prevention for any on-site process that the General Manager identifies as requiring additional protection from Backflow.
(l) Restricted entry to the Property or parts of the Property that inhibit performance of a Cross-connection inspection.
(m) Multiple service connections where at least one such connection requires Backflow protection for Containment.
(n) A water storage facility not under control of the Public Water System.
(o) Any other hazard that the General Manager identifies as requiring abatement to protect the Public Water System from contamination.
(Added by Ord. 100-16 , File No. 160294, App. 6/17/2016, Eff. 7/17/2016)