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This guideline offers concepts and ideas to consider for ‘greening’ your dairy lab. Greening laboratories will help to reduce the carbon footprint of your lab by utilizing recycling and other energy conservation techniques.
This Guideline addresses HACCP Principle #1, Hazard Analysis
This guideline provides information to assist in the evaluation of dairy processing, packaging and handling equipment, or machinery in meeting the appropriate sanitary criteria.
Revised in February 2015- Guideline # 28, Troubleshooting Residual Films on Dairy Farm Milk Handling Equipment.
The Dairy Practices Council is now offering custom CDs containing your choice of over 100 DPC Guidelines.