I hope you still remember me. Sorry when I cancelled this question below. I wasn’t able to use your answer for the first part of the question, but for this one, I use most of your answers. I just want to pay you since I am planning to use your answer.
Backflow Prevention is designed to prevent dangerous – and sometimes fatal – bacteria, chemicals and other harmful agents from entering the local water supply systems. Backflow Prevention programs are essential to ensure that the water that reaches your home, school or place of business is as safe and pure as it was when it left the water treatment plant.
The ABPA’s focus is to have a public educated in the value and need for active local backflow prevention programs. Our goal is safe drinking water through cross-connection control. The organization works to build a greater public awareness of backflow prevention as one component of safe drinking water.
Backflow prevention and cross-connection control not only protect the drinking water in day to day applications, but they can also be a protection against terrorist acts. Tell the public what backflow hazards you would suggest for them to be aware of and how to protect the safe drinking water through backflow prevention in your community.
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Also, I will be using your answer to apply for a scholarship. Would that be fine? Or would it be plagiarism?