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Let's Get Back to the Basics of Backflow Preventers in Utility Vaults

You might have noticed that we've been digging deep into the problems with below grade vaults lately. That's because placing backflow preventers in utility vaults can be dangerous. Instead of writing another long and in-depth post on this topic again, we put together this infographic to illustrate the crucial reason to keep backflow preventers out of vaults.

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Please feel free to share this infographic and help us promote clean water and safe drinking water practices. You can link to this blog post or we have provided a PDF version as well and you can find it by clicking here. For a more in depth analysis of below grade vaults and backflow prevention, click here.

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