Conn. Agencies Regs. § 19-13-F3 - Delivery of water and ice to land and air conveyances

Common carriers operating land and air conveyances and providing water and ice from approved supplies shall cause such water and ice to be handled from the source of supply to the delivery to consumers in such manner that the safety or sanitary quality of such water and ice shall not be impaired, and such water and ice shall be furnished in accordance with the following requirements:

(a) Water hydrants, taps or faucets shall be properly located, constructed and maintained to assure protection of approved drinking water against contamination.
(b) Hose lines used for the delivery of water from hydrants to conveyances shall be of satisfactory material, shall be properly handled and shall be used only for this purpose. Hose lines shall be flushed before delivery of water for use, shall be equipped with adequate protective devices and shall not be left in gutters. The hose when not in use shall not be left on the ground unless the ends are protected in a suitable housing; preferably the hose when not in use shall be drained and hung in special lockers or wound on reels provided for that purpose.
(c) Buckets used for the delivery of water from hydrants to conveyances shall be of satisfactory material and construction, shall be properly handled and shall be used only for this purpose. Such buckets shall be provided with tight-fitting complete covers which are kept closed when not in use, and buckets and covers shall be handled and stored so as to be protected against contamination. Buckets shall be thoroughly flushed with approved water each time before using.
(d) The methods of production, storage, delivery and use of ice for the cooling of drinking water or other beverages in connection with the operation of conveyances shall be carried out in a sanitary manner. Ice shall be secured from sources approved by the state department of health having jurisdiction.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 19-13-F3

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