Autumn 2013 Inside look at the USC Foundation's Approval Process, One Day Update Seminars, 25-Year Members and Gage Squirting.
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Members of the USC Foundation receive a subscription to Cross Talk, a quarterly newsletter, which informs members of the latest news concerning backflow and cross-connection control.
Cross Talk becomes an invaluable source of information and is a primary tool that the USC Foundation uses to communicate to its members directly. USC Foundation members are mailed the latest copy of Cross Talk every quarter.
For everyone else, Cross Talk's published more than a year ago are available for download. Available Now Cross Talk Spring 2015 This issue outlines the requirements and benefits of USC Approval program field test sites.
Below you will find an archive of Cross Talk's dating back to 1967. Plus, an introduction to the new Foundation online store, clarification regarding unofficial statements, using the USC List to verify approval along with a description of the 'notes' field and undersizing backflow prevention assemblies.Winter 2015: Includes articles about lead-free assemblies and their model designations which are found on the USC List, an introduction to the Foundation's Webinars, installing spools on an USC approved assembly and announcing the addition of DCDA-II and RPDA-II assemblies on the USC List..Autumn 2014: Includes articles about the USC Foundation's recognition of its charter and 25-year members, an obituary of Foundation friend Al Jorgensen, discussing the usefulness of the No.1 test cock on a double check assembly and more about the Foundation's last 70 years.Summer 2014: Includes articles about the Foundation's last 70 years, field testing temporary assemblies, asking the question whether a failed assembly prevents backflow and looking at the Approval of Backflow Preventers brochure.Spring 2014: Includes articles about the installation guidelines for backflow prevention assemblies, an obituary for Ernie Havlina, certification options at training courses and highlighting the Cross-Connection in Household Plumbing Brochure.Spring 2015 Review the requirements and benefits of becoming a USC Approval program field test site, an introduction to the new Foundation online store, clarification regarding unofficial statements, using the USC List to verify approval along with a description of the 'notes' field and undersizing backflow prevention assemblies.