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Following the construction or the modification of a plant’s operations, consider a proven process to ‘reset the environment’ before operations begin. The result of any construction project can be a challenge to sanitize. It requires an extra procedure and adds safety in the fight against foodborne illnesses.
Cleaning and sanitizing food-processing facilities is an integral part of food safety management and must be tailored for each facility based on several factor including a building’s design, temperature, humidity, and other environmental factors.
Cleaning after construction is critical, but simply not sufficient enough. To avoid foodborne illnesses, many food-processing facilities undergo comprehensive sanitizing prior to the beginning (or re-starting) of operations. Consider Pureline’s chlorine dioxide – decontamination solutions – to 'reset the environment' and successfully meet your food safety sanitation requirements immediately after construction and prior to starting up a new facility or new production line.