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House Bill 5112
Introduced by Rep. Younker on 12/3/15 – Sent to Regulatory Reform Committee
This bill would amend the Safe Drinking Water Act to remove the requirement to test Residential Lawn Sprinkler System Backflow devices. The bill would try to change the current Act, which was tried in 2014 with HB 5317 & HB 5318 and MPMCA was successful in persuading the Governor to Veto those two bills.
HB 5112 as introduced would eliminate requiring testing of Residential Lawn Sprinkler System Backflow devices except for immediately after the Residential Lawn Sprinkler System is installed or the Backflow Preventer is repaired. It does not allow for a local Cross Connection Program to determine its own schedule for testing based on the programs own rules.
No hearing scheduled for this bill yet.
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