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9 CFR 416.2(f) Sewage

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The scope of 9 CFR 416.2(f)is limited to the sewage disposal system. Sewage must be disposed into a sewage system separate from all other drainage lines or disposed of through other means sufficient to prevent backup of sewage into areas where product is processed, handled, or stored.  When the sewage disposal system is a private system requiring approval by a State or local health...

9 CFR 416.2(e) Plumbing

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The scope of 9 CFR 416.2(e)is limited to the pipes that distribute potable water throughout the official establishment and convey sewage and liquid disposable waste from the establishment.  9 CFR 416.2(e) Plumbing systems must be installed and maintained to:  Carry sufficient quantities of water to required locations throughout the establishment;Properly convey sewage and liquid...

9 CFR 416.2(d): Ventilation

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The scope of 9 CFR 416.2(d)is limited to ventilation as a means of control for odors, vapors, and condensation. Ventilation adequate to control odors, vapors, and condensation to the extent necessary to prevent adulteration of product and the creation of insanitary conditions must be provided. Ventilation is “adequate to control” if it is adequate to positively influence the presence of odors...

9 CFR 416.2(c): Lighting

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The scope of 9 CFR 416.2(c)is limited to the quality and intensity of light present in areas where food is processed, handled, stored, or examined; where equipment and utensils are cleaned; and in handwashing areas, dressing and locker rooms, and toilets within the official establishment. Lighting of good quality and sufficient intensity to ensure that sanitary conditions are maintained and that...

9 CFR 416.2(b)(4): Edible/Inedible Separation

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The scope of 9 CFR 416.2(b)(4)is limited to the physical space where edible and inedible product are processed, handled, and stored.   Rooms or compartments in which edible product is processed, handled, or stored must be separate and distinct from rooms or compartments in which inedible product is processed, handled, or stored, to the extent necessary to prevent product adulteration...

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