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Development of a HACCP-based program for a private shellfish purification facility ArchiMer
Howell, T; Jones, S; Nardi, G.
A HACCP-based program is developed for the Spinney Creek Oyster Company (SCOC) Shellfish Purification Facility under a pilot program funded and implemented by the New England Fisheries Development Association (NEFDA). The SCOC Facility, which includes a government approved in-house coliform laboratory, is fully licensed for oysters and clams under State of Maine and NSSP regulations. SCOC's business is producing value-added, quality-assured shellfish for premium, health conscious markets. To accomplish this, SCOC uses shellfish harvested from approved waters which is an important distinction from other purification plants which process shellfish originating from restricted waters. It was necessary to create a flow chart of the various steps involved in the...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Bivalvia; Pollution control; Public health; Methodology; Self purification; Shellfish; Marine molluscs.
Ano: 1992 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/1992/acte-1608.pdf
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Strategies for removal of indicator pathogenic bacteria from commercial harvested shellfish ArchiMer
Jones, S; Howell, T; O'Neill, K; Langan, R.
The Great Bay/Piscataqua River Estuary in New Hampshire and Maine has an abundant oyster resource in sewage-contaminated water. The only approved area in the Maine portion of the Estuary is Spinney Creek, where fecal indicator bacteria are present at reduced levels and Vibrio vulnificus is absent. Spinney Creek Oyster Company (SCOC) of Eliot, Maine, operates relay lagoons and a depuration facility for oysters harvested commercially from restricted areas of the Salmon Falls River in Maine. Oysters naturally contaminated with vibrios and fecal indicator bacteria were used to evaluate depuration and relaying as strategies for eliminating these bacteria from shellfish. Oysters and water were analysed for the presence of total and fecal coliforms, V....
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: ANW; USA; New Hampshire; Great Bay Crassostrea Bivalvia Vibrio parahaemolyticus Vibrio vulnificus Indicator species Microbial contamination Bacteria Oyster culture Vibriosis Bacterial counters Pathogenic bacteria Self purification.
Ano: 1992 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/1992/acte-1598.pdf
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