OUR RESPONSE TO COVID-19 AND 2020 SEASON OPERATION
Naiad Irrigation System is committed to protecting the health and safety of all its employees, customers, suppliers, and the general public. In fulfilling this commitment, and in response to the global outbreak of the COVID-19 virus we have placed new operational procedures that will allow us to safely service Calgarians moving forward until public health restrictions are eased or removed.
In-floor Heating, Irrigation or RP/DCVA valves must undergo this test.
The City of Calgary and municipalities across Alberta oversee annual testing and compliance of devices in order to protect the drinking water supply from contamination.
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Water Backflow Testing is a requirement as per the City of Calgary Water Utility Bylaws and is part of the annual maintenance for the adequate performance of an irrigation system, and certain boiler systems.
It ensures the backflow devices are properly protecting your water supply from potential backflow and contamination of our drinking water supply.
Failure to Test My Device?
Not only you are exposing yourself and your family to the life-threatening hazards of consuming contaminated water, but failure to test your backflow device is also punishable as per Bylaw: 40M2006 39(3) – “Failure to test device” – Specified Penalty $1500.
Failure to Have a Proper Backflow Prevention Device Installed?
If your sprinkler system does not have a double check valve (DCVA) installed, it is in direct violation of the City of Calgary Water Utility Bylaws. It is of utmost importance that you have a backflow prevention device installed, to ensure your water supply is properly protected. 40M2006 38(1) – “Failure to install device” – Specified Penalty $2000