What Practices are Complimented or Replaced by e-Beam technolgy?
E-Beam irradiation is not meant to replace but to compliment by bring an additional level of food safety to existing food safety practices and quality assurance protocols throughout the food system from farm-to-consumer. E-Beam irradiation is already being used as a replacement for insect control in stored produce by some produce companies instead of methyl bromide, an ozone-depleting chemical, set to be phased out of numerous uses World-wide by 2005. E-Beam irradiation is being used as a countermeasure to quarantine by a growing number of produce companies as an alternative to toxic or environmentally harmful fumigants and costly long-term refrigeration used protect American agriculture from foreign pests like the Mediterranean fruit fly. E-Beam irradiation uses electricity as an energy source and can be operated in a controlled industrial environment, with On-Off switches much like other electrical devices and machinery. E-Beam technology prides itself with extraordinary precision do
- Do other federal agencies have Title VI regulations that prohibit both intentional discrimination and practices that have a discriminatory impact?
- Are the standards and practices under the Basel accords enforceable by law, and how are they enforced?
- What Practices are Complimented or Replaced by e-Beam technolgy?
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