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Contractors and Designers

recycled water inspection EID requires that all landscape contractors, designers, and pool contractors working on lots supplied with recycled water attend an EID recycled water workshop before an irrigation or fill line plan is submitted or any landscape work is performed on a dual-plumbed lot. A schedule of the upcoming workshop dates is posted on the recycled water Regulations webpage .

 

Irrigation & Water Feature Plan Design

All irrigation & water feature plans must be designed in accordance with the current EID's design and construction standards (D&Cs). Plans are required to be emailed to EID for review and approval.  Allow 10 business days for the plan review.

1. Email plan sets to recycledwater@eid.org.  (Email and/or attachments shall not exceed 10MB)

2. An EID Plan Submittal Form shall be included.    Plan Submittal Form

3. Acceptable digital file formats include the following:

Document Files

Image Files

Portable Document Format (.pdf)

Graphics Interchange Format (.gif)

Microsoft Word Formats (.doc, .txt)

Joint Photographic Experts Group (.jpg)

Microsoft Excel (.xls)

Portable Networks Graphics (.png)

Microsoft PowerPoint (.ppt)

Microsoft Windows Bitmap (.bmp)

Hypertext Transfer Protocol (.htm, .html)

Tagged Image File Format (.tif)

NOTE: CAD or AutoCAD drawings (.dwf, .dxf, and other CAD formats) will not be accepted.  It is recommended that CAD drawings be converted to PDF for submittal.

 

System Inspections

Web Form:  Inspection Request

Telephone Request:  (530) 295-6873

Two inspections are required to complete the installation of the recycled water irrigation system on each dual-plumbed home lot.

Open Trench Inspection

1. The open-trench inspection is conducted first and requires that all purple pipes or copper fill lines for water features, shall be left completely exposed in the trenches. Contractors or homeowners do not have to be present for the open-trench inspection. An EID inspector will leave an inspection form at the home when each inspection is completed.

2. The final inspection is conducted when the irrigation system is completed and the landscape is installed. The contractor or homeowner is required to be present during the final inspection for system testing and any required adjustments.

Drinking Water Pipe Inspections

1.  All drinking water lines that extend underground from the house for water features, pools, sinks, etc., are required to be constructed of copper.  An approved plan and an open trench inspection are required for these installations. 

2.  All dual-plumbed homes are required to have the drinking water line from the meter to the home inspected by EID.


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