BACKFLOW ASSEMBLY TESTERBENBROOK WATER AUTHORITY
BACKFLOW ASSEMBLY TESTER
The Benbrook Water Authority is accepting applications for a Backflow Assembly Tester. A valid Backflow Assembly Tester (BPAT) license issued by TCEQ is preferred. High school diploma or GED and a valid Texas Driver's License are required. More information is available at 1121 Mercedes Street, Benbrook, Texas 76126. To download an application go to www.benbrookwater.com
The City of Benbrook was incorporated in 1947 when the community of approximately 50 people was served by individual water wells and septic tanks. In 1949, the city granted a franchise to the Worth Water Company to install and operate a water system in Benbrook. In 1955, Benbrook Water Authority (BWA) was established by the Texas Legislature as a water conservation and reclamation district and assumed the assets of the Worth Water Company (HB 5123 of the 512th Legislature). At the time the City did not have the funds to take over and operate the system. BWA’s acquisition of the water system began a success story that continues to this day.