DPC 83, Bottling Water in Fluid Milk Plants

Item #: DPC-083

Published: 2001

Pages: 8

The purpose of this guideline is to bring awareness to facilities that have been, or are intending to process water in their milk plant. The guideline covers all areas from the water sources to storage and labeling, This includes: Facilities, Processing, Quality Control and Transportation.

DISCLAIMER: The DPC is not responsible for the use or application of the information provided in this Guideline. It is the responsibility of the user to ensure that the information addresses their needs and that any action taken complies with appropriate regulations and standards.

Table of Contents:
INTRODUCTION
DEFINITIONS
     Bromate
     Bromide
     Bottled Water
     Chloramine
     Cryptosporidium
     Distilled Water
     Drinking Water
     Fluoride
     Giardia
     Nitrate
     Ozone
     Spring Water
     Total Dissolved Solids
     Turbidity
     Ultraviolet Disinfection
     Well Water
APPROVED SOURCES
     Private Water Sources
     Springs
     Drilled Wells
     Public Water Supplies
FACILITIES
     General
     Bottling Room
PROCESSING
    Filtration
        Type
     Treatment
          Bromate
          Bromide
     Giardia lamblia
     Cryptosporidium
     Nitrates
     Fluoride
     Chloramines
     Conclusion
TRANSPORTATION
STORAGE
LABELING
     Coding
QUALITY CONTROL
MISCELLANEOUS
     Table 1 

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