Food Manufacturing Facility Decontamination Workshop Series Announced
ClorDiSys Solutions, Inc announces a series of workshops scheduled to discuss the microbial decontamination of food manufacturing facilities. Various methods of decontamination will be discussed, comparing their safety, efficacy, speed, and more.
Workshop Schedule: http://www.clordisys.com/
June 22 – Chicago, IL
June 23 – Kalamazoo, MI
June 29 – Tampa, FL
July 7 – Bridgewater, NJ
July 13 – Kansas City, MO
July 14 – Omaha, NE
July 20 – Minneapolis, MN
July 27 – Sacramento, CA
August 2 – Milwaukee, WI
August 11 – Cedar Rapids, IA
August 17 – Atlanta, GA
August 24 – Columbus, OH
September 14 – Greensboro, NC
September 21 – Harrisburg, PA
About Facility Decontamination in the Food Industry
Decontamination of a food production facility is essential when considering the cost of a contamination. Decontaminations can help prevent product recalls and the ensuing marketing effort designed at brand repair. While all facilities currently undergo a cleaning procedure to minimize the risk of contamination, only gaseous methods can reach all surfaces, cracks, and crevices within a facility to ensure that all microbial contaminants have been eliminated. Decontaminations can be scheduled to occur on a routine basis, during scheduled downtimes, after maintenance work has been performed, or as a contamination response.
About ClorDiSys Solutions, Inc
ClorDiSys Solutions, Inc, of Lebanon, NJ is the world’s largest manufacturer of chlorine dioxide sterilization and decontamination services. Established in 2001 after developing the technology at Johnson and Johnson, ClorDiSys is celebrating its 10th year of providing the safest and most effective decontamination solutions.
More information can be found at http://www.clordisys.com
More information on Food Facility Decontamination can be found at http://www.clordisys.com/
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Clordisys offers chlorine dioxide gas generators for decontamination and sterilization in a variety of industries. Decontamination services are also available utilizing chlorine dioxide gas, the safest and most effective decontamination method available.