Controlling the Spread of Food Contaminants During Food Processing

Although the U.S. food supply is among the safest in the world, high profile contamination cases involving a variety of foods have led to stricter government standards and regulations. While the potential for contamination can stem from a multitude of sources, chlorinating water plays a pivotal role in controlling the spread of disease-causing pathogens in foods of all varieties.

SES chlorination applications include:

  • Poultry
  • Red Meat & Pork
  • Fresh Cut Vegetable Wash
  • Seafood including shrimp flumes, pond sanitation and catfish processing
  • Bottlers and Beverage Plants including bottle sanitation, fruit juice, breweries, wineries
  • Municipal Water including booster stations, rural water treatment and remote sites
  • Flour Mills
  • Canneries
  • Dairies