Olympic games put water quality on world’s center stage

Posted by Chris Kareis, Ph.D.
Sep 14, 2016 12:13:50 PM

Image courtesy @mattmajendie (Twitter)

The Olympic swimming and diving competitions are some of the most popular events that capture the attention of fans worldwide. The precise and acrobatic skills of the divers, which usually culminates with entry into crystal blue pools, didn’t quite work out that way this year. The divers were there—but the water clarity wasn’t.

Topics: pH balance, water quality in the news, chlorination

New FSMA Rules for Your Irrigation System

Posted by Accu-Tab News Team
Jul 13, 2016 1:45:45 PM

No matter where you are within the agricultural supply chain, it’s critically important to understand the different variables that go into growing crops safely. When it comes to the safety of your irrigation water, here’s a question you should ask yourself daily:  Are you adequately treating the water you are pulling from ponds and wells to irrigate your crops to help prevent the spread of waterborne pathogens? 

Topics: Irrigation, FSMA

Don’t Be a Chicken: The AccuVention™ Approach to Pathogen Intervention

Posted by Accu-Tab News Team
Apr 19, 2016 2:16:33 PM

According to a USDA study, up to 25 percent of all chickens sold in America contain Salmonella. Now, the government is taking action — how will your facility react?

Topics: Produce/Fresh Cut Safety, FSIS, pathogen protection, salmonella standards


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