backflow prevention

Weston & Sampson Services, Inc. has been managing cross connection and backflow prevention programs since 1992.

In addition to municipal programs, we provide services for private industrial facilities, research and development (R&D) facilities, commercial properties, multi-family residential properties, academic institutions, including private and public school districts, colleges and universities as well as property management companies.

Our staff includes members of the New England Water Works Association (NEWWA) that certify backflow testers throughout New England.  When Weston & Sampson Services, Inc. staff accompany municipal and private staff on survey and testing assignments, our clients are assured their staff will receive outstanding on-the-job training.


services offered

  • Survey of municipal, industrial, institutional, and commercial properties to identify existing and potential cross connections
  • Testing of existing and unregistered backflow devices.
  • Repairs (as needed)
  • Installation (of new devices)
  • Consulting  to set up cross connection programs with software assistance
  • Administrative support, contacting property owners, making appointments, logging results in the database, and all other elements required for accurate and retrievable documentation
Bocchino Receives Educational Public Health Drinking Water Award Bocchino Receives Educational Public Health Drinking Water Award
Bocchino Receives Educational Public Health Drinking Water Award

On May 1, 2018, John Bocchino received the CT DPH Educational Public Health Drinking Water Merit Award during CTAWWA’s Celebrate Water event at the Legislative Office Building in Hartford, CT.

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24/7 Storm Response 24/7 Storm Response
24/7 Storm Response

Municipal officials engage Weston & Sampson to assist their own public works forces in responding to public infrastructure impacts. Our maintenance and repair teams are fully mobilized and ready to respond. Our management team utilizes GPS software with GIS mapping to locate and direct the nearest possible vehicle.

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