Effective Strategies for Microbial Decontamination

April 12, 2021 1:00pm EST, 18.00 BST

Food safety is a top concern for all food production facilities, and developing a strategy to maintain a clean facility is an ongoing priority. Millions in revenue can be lost to product recalls and contamination.

That’s where microbial decontamination treatments can be a facility’s secret weapon. While traditional liquid chemical options may not effectively reach all areas of concern, a chlorine dioxide gas treatment has molecules smaller than the microorganisms, and it provides a Sterility Assurance Level (SAL) reduction of 99.9999%. Whether it is a room, manufacturing lines, a piece of equipment, piping, ductwork, or the whole facility, chlorine dioxide microbial decontamination treatments are effective against the likes of Listeria and Salmonella, along with several other fungi, bacteria, and viruses. A sterilization service through IFC can also provide a sterilization treatment date to potentially limit the extent of product recalls, if ever necessary. 

Join the food industry pest management experts of IFC to learn more about:

· Chlorine dioxide microbial decontamination solutions for your facility

· How microbial decontamination treatments work

· Sanitization and disinfectant services to further support your operations and team

You can expect to hear more about solutions available through an IFC partnership, including outdoor remediation of organic wastes, disinfecting services effective against the SARS-CoV-2 pathogen, and additional food processing industry specific services and products.

Leonard Mongiello
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