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Backflow Technician Program
Backflow Assembly Test Report Form
A one page form.
Cross Connection Basic Information
A cross connection is any actual or potential connection between the water you want to drink
and any other source or system makes it possible for any used water, industrial fluid, gas, or
substance to enter your drinking water.
Cross Connection Control Commission
Meeting notices and commission roster.
Deals with Cross Connection Control.
Governs Utah's Backflow Technician Program.
Commercially Available Backflow Technicians (WaterLink)
Use the search feature to locate by name or license number. Alternatively you can select the column header to sort by category.
The Division of Drinking Water does not endorse any specific individual or company. It is recommended that you contact and receive quotes from several testers to ensure a fair price for the testing and additional work to be done. If you wish to contact these individuals to hire for testing, it is recommended that you have available the installed assembly type, size, make and full model number.
Class I and II Backflow Technician Certification / Recertification Courses
Apply for and pay certification fees online.
American Backflow Prevention Association
An organization whose members have a common interest in protecting drinking water from contamination through cross-connections.
A foundation for cross connection control and hydraulic research.
Note that Utah has adopted the International Plumbing Code (IPC). The IPC contains language on cross connection control. The IPC is not available online. See International Code Council (ICC) for information on how to obtain the IPC. In adopting the code, State Amendments to the IPC were specified and available online at the Department of Professional Licensing (DOPL).
Kim Dyches (801) 536-4202