Plastic Footrest regenerated homogeneous and heterogeneous Cloris

Index

1. The new sanitary regulations
2. Footboards plastic food
3. Footboards plastic for food use

1. The new sanitary regulations
Please note that from 1 January 2006 across the EU entered into force the compulsory implementation of the new hygiene regulations - health relating to food, according to what has been expressed by EC Regulation 852/2004 is no longer necessary to start a business of production, processing, transport, administration and sale of food, request and obtain a permit health. This requirement is replaced by the need to present the ASL for their territory for launching a notification of each new activity related to food (primary production, processing and handicraft and industrial production, transportation, marketing, or walking in a fixed location, distribution automatic, catering and administration) and communicate this change slightly over time. As required by Legislative Decree 155/1997 Chapter IV, paragraphs 1 and 4 containers used to transport food must be kept clean and regularly serviced in order to protect food from contamination and must, if necessary, designed and constructed so as to permit adequate cleaning and disinfection, if the containers are also used for carrying goods other than foodstuffs or for transporting different foodstuffs, there must be effective cleaning between loads and the other to avoid the risk of contamination. Regarding the use of plastic pallets for the transport of genres agro - food is clarified that plastic food pallets and plastic pallets are NOT synonyms for food and indicate that the products with different characteristics. Here we propose EU legislation that will identify the differences.

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2. Footboards plastic food
In accordance with current regulations regarding the materials in direct contact with food, Directive 2002/17/EC of the Committee of 21 February 2002 amending 90/128/EEC relating to plastic materials and articles intended to come into direct contact with foodstuffs, Regulation (EC) No. 853/2004 of the European Parliament and the Council of 29 April 2004 laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin, and also to Regulation (EC) n 852 / 2004 of the European Parliament and Council of 29 April 2004 on the hygiene of foodstuffs, it shows that the transport of food is not packaged in direct contact with the ground plane of the platform can only happen if the same laws corresponds to the hygienic - sanitary referred to above. Shall consist only in pure virgin plastic or colored additive that if must scrupulously respect the limits provided for testing migration of reference standards, then the plastic material used must not release substances harmful to food.

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3. Footboards plastic for food use
In view of the European standard in force, which estimates the food products such as pre-packaged, for the transport of packaged foodstuffs that are not in direct contact with the ground plane, is not done obliged to comply with the above rules without prejudice to the regulations hygienic - sanitary HACCP prescribed by art. 3, paragraph 2 of Legislative Decree 155/97 and subsequent amendments. In relation to the DPR 26/03/1980 n 327 of the Implementing Regulations to the Act n. 283, April 30, 1962, as amended, relating to discipline and hygiene - health and applicable to the logistics chain in relation to production, storage, transport and sale of foodstuffs and beverages, plastic pallets regenerated homogeneous and / or heterogeneous appear to be suitable for the handling and transport in the agri - food if the food is pre-packaged or protected by specific barriers. Shown that, in compliance with the HACCP regulations, the regenerated plastic pallets are washable, easy to clean and disinfect high temperatures, their intrinsic composition makes them defenseless non-perishable and avoid the risk of bacterial or fungal contamination.

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