Cross-Connection Control Program
A cross-connection is any connection to the drinking water system that could introduce pesticides, fertilizers, used water, fluids, gases, or anything else into the water distribution system. Typically, water flows out of the distribution system under pressure. When a cross-connection exists, a drop in water pressure can cause a reversal of flow, allowing harmful substances to enter the public water system. Greeley’s cross-connection control program focuses primarily on containment and prevention.
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or at 970-336-4194.
Backflow Testers must be certified, see the list of local testers below.