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576.087 Antisiphon requirements for irrigation systems.—
(1) Any irrigation system used for the application of fertilizer must be equipped with an antisiphon device adequate to protect against contamination of the water supply.
(2) It is unlawful for any person to apply fertilizer through an irrigation system which is not equipped with an antisiphon device as required by this section.
(3) The department shall establish specific requirements for antisiphon devices.
(4) Any governmental agency which requires antisiphon devices on irrigation systems used for the application of fertilizer shall use the specific antisiphon device requirements adopted by the department.
History.—ss. 9, 19, ch. 92-143; s. 11, ch. 97-6.

ANTISIPHON can also be resolved with a reduced pressure backflow assembly device. These RP devices help with BACKFLOW AND ANTISIPHON.

BACK FLOW PREVENTOR ASSEMBLIES ARE A COMBINATION OF 2 shutoff valves, 2 check valves and one reduced pressure check valve, all built in one assembly, to prevent BACKFLOW AND BACKSIPHONAGE.

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