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Subject 40-2-4 SANITATION

Rule 40-2-4-.01 Additional Requirements of the 1978 Pasteurized Milk Ordinance for Farms

All farm tanks shall be calibrated by the manufacturer before leaving the factory. The Georgia Department of Agriculture, Weights and Measures Division, will check tank after installation for accuracy.

Rule 40-2-4-.02 Mechanical Cleaning of Pumps, Hoses, and Tanks on Farms

The product contact surfaces of all pumps and hoses used on a farm shall be mechanically cleaned and sanitized in a Clean-in-Place circuit approved by this department. Bulk milk tanks shall be cleaned and sanitized when emptied and shall be emptied at least every 72 hours.