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Sunday, May 15th 2005, 8:54am

by JMikeG

Thank you, Tony. I'll check with the County building department.

Friday, May 13th 2005, 5:28pm

by RidgeRun05

JMike
That really all depends on your local laws and regulations reguarding Backflow Prevention devices. It usually varies from state to state. I would check with your local code department to see if one is required.

Friday, May 13th 2005, 5:55am

by JMikeG

Backflow device with recycled water?

This seems like it might be a dumb question, but if we use recycled water on a meter that is separate from the potable water meter for irrigation, do we need a backflow device? It seems that we shouldn't need one, but I'm not sure. Thanks.