Roman's Kitchen

Trailer
100 Ericson CT, Arcata

Routine Inspection
22. Hot and Cold Water Available

Conditions Observed: Facility was operating without hot water being provided. Per operator, the pilot light on the water heater went out and hadn’t been reignited. Hot water is required when operating the trailer, or you are required to remain closed. Ensure hot water is provided at or above 120F at all mixing faucets at all times during operation. Pilot light was lit and hot water measured 122F at 3 compartment sink.

ROACHY SAYS:

“An adequate, protected, pressurized, approved potable supply of hot and cold water shall be provided at all times. Hot water shall be supplied at a minimum temperature of 120F when measured from the faucet. The temperature of water provided to handwashing facilities shall be at least 100F. Handwashing facilities equipped with non-adjustable faucets shall have their temperature set between 100F and 108F. Hot water shall be provided at the food preparation sink and janitorial sink. (113953(c), 114099.2(b), 114163(a)(3), 114189, 114192, 114192.1, 114195)”

62. Compliance with commissary requirements.

Conditions Observed: Observed continued use of unpermitted storage shed at operating location for shelf stable foods, breads, frozen food items, and related equipment. Observed deli slicer and blender on top of the freezer. Discontinue use of the storage shed. Conduct all food prep and store foods, utensils, and MFF related equipment at an approved commissary.

ROACHY SAYS:

“MFFs shall operate in conjunction with a commissary, mobile support unit (MSU), or other facility approved by the enforcement agency. The MFF shall be stored at or within a commissary or other location approved by the enforcement agency. MSUs shall operate from and be stored at a designated commissary. MFFs engaged in food preparation other than limited food preparation shall not operate in conjuction with a MSU.(114295)”

63. Cleaning and servicing.

Conditions Observed: Observed wastewater tanks, containing wastewater, stored on a trailer at operating location. Cleaning and servicing must be conducted at the approved commissary location daily. Stop accumulating and storing wastewater at operating location.

ROACHY SAYS:

“MFFs and MSUs shall be cleaned and serviced at least once daily during an operating day. MFFs and MSUs shall report to the commissary on a daily basis. (114297)”

79. Mobile water and waste water tanks installed.

Conditions Observed: Observed potable water hose is not protected from contamination. Obtain a sanitary container for potable water hose storage and maintain hose and container clean.

ROACHY SAYS:

“MFFs that handle nonprepackaged food shall be equipped with approved potable water and wastewater tanks, unless approved temporary water and wastewater connections are provided. An approved potable water hose used for conveying potable water from a water tank shall be safe, durable, corrosion resistant, nonabsorbent, protected from contamination at all times, and clearly and durably identified as to its use. A potable water tank shall have sufficient capacity (at least 5 gallons exclusively for handwashing, 25 gallons for food preparation and warewashing) and shall deliver at least 1 gallon/minute to each sink basin. A wastewater tank shall be of a capacity commensurate with the level of food handling activity, have a minimum capacity that is 50 percent greater than the potable water tank, and be equipped with a shut-off valve. Wastewater tanks shall be thoroughly flushed and drained in a sanitary manner during the servicing operation. (114205, 114207, 114209, 114211, 114213, 114215, 114217, 114219, 114221, 114223, 114225, 114227, 114229, 114231, 114233, 114235, 114238, 114239, 114240, 114241, 114242)”

Reinspection

ROACHY SAYS:

“Wow! Roachy can see himself in your butterknives! Way to go, Roman's Kitchen!!”

Routine Inspection
19. Compliance with variance, specialized process, reduced O2 packaging, HACCP plan.

Conditions Observed: Observed two packages of deli meat in vacuum sealed food savor bags in the fridge in the community center kitchen. Discontinue vaccum sealing foods; see CalCode section 1140571.1 (d). Store foods in an approved manner. This violation requires a reinspection on/after 4/7/2021.

ROACHY SAYS:

“A food facility may engage in the following activities only pursuant to a written and approved HACCP plan: smoking food as a method of preservation, curing food, using food additives or adding components such as vinegar as a method of food preservation or to render a food so that it is not potentially hazardous, operating a molluscan shelfish life support system display tank, custom processing of animals for personal use as food and not for sale or service in a food facility, using acidification or water activity to prevent the growth of Clostridium botulinum, packaging potentially hazardous food using a reduced oxygen packaging method except as specified in 114419.2(a - c), or preparing food by another method that is determined by the Enforcement Agency to require a HACCP plan. Food facilities with CDPH approved variances must maintain a copy at the food facility at all times. A variance may be suspended or revoked if the food facility is found to be non-complaint with the terms of the variance. (114057, 114057.1, 114417,114117.2, 114417.5, 114417.6, 114417.7, 114419 -114419.3)”

62. Compliance with commissary requirements.

Conditions Observed: Observed the use of storage shed at the MFF’s operating location for shelf stable foods, breads, and frozen items and related equipment. Observed a deli slicer on top of the freezer. Discontinue use of the storage shed. Store foods, utensils, and MFF-related equipment at an approved commissary.

ROACHY SAYS:

“MFFs shall operate in conjunction with a commissary, mobile support unit (MSU), or other facility approved by the enforcement agency. The MFF shall be stored at or within a commissary or other location approved by the enforcement agency. MSUs shall operate from and be stored at a designated commissary. MFFs engaged in food preparation other than limited food preparation shall not operate in conjuction with a MSU.(114295)”

71. Exterior and surrounding area sanitary.

Conditions Observed: Observed abandoned trailer at the operating location. Remove; maintain premises tidy.

ROACHY SAYS:

“The exterior of a MFF and the surrounding area, as relating to the operation of food service, shall be maintained in a sanitary condition. (114317)”

72. Storage of nonfood items.

Conditions Observed: Observed chemical cleansers in spray bottles above packages of to-go containers. Store cleansers and similar chemicals in a secure location away from to-go containers.

ROACHY SAYS:

“Spare tires, related automotive equipment, or special tools relating to the mechanical operation of the MFF shall not be stored in the food preparation or food storage areas. A separate cabinet or drawer shall be installed for the storage of insecticides or other poisonous substances in accordance with section 114254. All poisonous chemicals shall be kept in this cabinet or drawer in their original containers and in a manner that offers no contamination hazard to food or utensils. (114319)”

Routine Inspection
06. Hands clean and properly washed; gloves used properly.

Conditions Observed: Observed employee wash their hands for approximately 5 seconds after putting raw beef on the grill. Inspector instructed employee to wash their hands for at least 15 seconds. Observed sufficient handwashing after instruction - COS. Always wash hands with warm water and liquid soap for at least 15 seconds after handling raw meats.

ROACHY SAYS:

“Food employees shall minimize bare hand and arm contact with nonprepackaged food that is in ready to eat form. Whenever gloves are worn, they shall be changed, replaced, or washed as often as handwashing is required. Single-use gloves shall not be washed. Employees shall wash their hands in the following situations: immediately before engaging in food preparation including working with nonprepackaged food, clean equipment and utensils and unwrapped single-use food containers and utensils; after touching bare human body parts other than clean hands and clean exposed portions of arms; after using the toilet room; after caring for or handling any animal; after coughing, sneezing, using a handkerchief or disposable tissue, using tobacco, eating or drinking; after handling soiled equipment or utensils; during food preparation, as often as necessary to remove soil and contamination and to prevent cross-contamination when changing tasks; when switching from working with raw food and working with ready-to-eat foods; before initially donning gloves for working with food; before dispensing or serving food handling clean tableware and serving utensils in the food service area; after engaging in other activities that contaminate the hands. (113952, 113953.3, 113953.4, 113961, 113968, 113973)”

08. Proper hot and cold holding temperatures.

Conditions Observed: Observed garlic and parsley oil blend held at ambient temperature. Operator put mixture in the fridge - COS. As discussed during the inspection today, chopped garlic and oil-garlic blends are PHF. COld-hold PHF at 41 F or below.

ROACHY SAYS:

“Except during preparation, cooking, cooling, transportation to or from a retail food facility for a period of less than thirty minutes, when time is used as the public health control, or as otherwise specified, potentially hazardous foods shall be maintained at or below 41F or at or above 135F. The following foods may be held at or below 45F: raw shell eggs, unshucked live molluscan shellfish, pasteurized milk and pasteurized milk products in original sealed containers, potentially hazardous foods held during transportation. Potentially hazardous foods held for dispensing in serving lines and salad bars may be held at 45F, not to exceed 12 hours in a 24 hour period, if unused portions are discarded. Food preparation shall not exceed two cumulative hours without a return to the required holding temperatures. (113996, 113998, 114037, 114343(a))”

62. Compliance with commissary requirements.

Conditions Observed: MFF does not return to commissary daily. As discussed during previous inspections, return to the commissary at the end of each operating day.

ROACHY SAYS:

“MFFs shall operate in conjunction with a commissary, mobile support unit (MSU), or other facility approved by the enforcement agency. The MFF shall be stored at or within a commissary or other location approved by the enforcement agency. MSUs shall operate from and be stored at a designated commissary. MFFs engaged in food preparation other than limited food preparation shall not operate in conjuction with a MSU.(114295)”

65. Compliance with equipment construction requirements.

Conditions Observed: Missing knock out on exterior electrical panel. Repair.

ROACHY SAYS:

“Food equipment shall be smooth, readily accessible and easily cleanable; nonportable equipment shall be an integral part of the primary unit. Unfinished wood is prohibited and construction joints and seams shall be tightly fitted and sealed so as to be easily cleanable. MFFs that handle Potentially Hazardous Foods, except prepackaged frozen, whole fish and aquatic invertebrates, shall be equipped with refrigeration units as defined in section 113885. All new and replacement gas appliances shall meet applicable ANSI standards and electrical appliances shall meet applicable UL standards. The space around pipes, conduits, or hoses that extend through cabinets, floors, or outer walls shall be sealed and the closure shall be smooth and easily cleanable. Equipment in which spillage is likely to occur shall have a drip tray fitted so that spillage drains into a waste tank. Equipment shall be installed so as to be easily cleanable, prevent vermin harborage, and provide adequate access for service and maintenance. Floors, walls, and ceilings of all enclosed food preparation areas of MFFs shall be constructed so that the surfaces are impervious, smooth and easily cleanable; the floor wall juncture shall be coved with a min. 3/8 in. radius coving with the floor surface extending up the wall at least 4 in. (114301)”

75. Compliance with safety requirements

Conditions Observed: Unable to open emergency exit at the beginning of the inspection; emergency exit was locked on the exterior side. Showed observations to staff. Owner remove exterior lock - COS. Maintain an operational emergency exit.

ROACHY SAYS:

“All utensils in a MFF shall be stored so as to prevent their being thrown about in the event of a sudden stop, collision, or overturn. MFFs must have a fully stocked first aid kit, properly charged 10 BC-rated fire extinguisher (for MFFs with heating elements or cooking equipment) and compliant second exit (at least 24"x36"). Gas fired appliances shall be properly insulated in a manner that will prevent excessive heat buildup and injury. All liquified petroleum equipment shall be installed to meet applicable standards. (114323)”

79. Mobile water and waste water tanks installed.

Conditions Observed: Observed trailer with wastewater holding tanks behind MFF. Discussed operational requirements for discharging wastewater. Please revise your procedure to conform to CalCode requirements. Observed mouth of potable water hose resting on ground. Hose is kept on wheel attached to the exterior of the shed. Clean and sanitize hose mouth. Keep hose in a clean and lidded container on your MFF.

ROACHY SAYS:

“MFFs that handle nonprepackaged food shall be equipped with approved potable water and wastewater tanks, unless approved temporary water and wastewater connections are provided. An approved potable water hose used for conveying potable water from a water tank shall be safe, durable, corrosion resistant, nonabsorbent, protected from contamination at all times, and clearly and durably identified as to its use. A potable water tank shall have sufficient capacity (at least 5 gallons exclusively for handwashing, 25 gallons for food preparation and warewashing) and shall deliver at least 1 gallon/minute to each sink basin. A wastewater tank shall be of a capacity commensurate with the level of food handling activity, have a minimum capacity that is 50 percent greater than the potable water tank, and be equipped with a shut-off valve. Wastewater tanks shall be thoroughly flushed and drained in a sanitary manner during the servicing operation. (114205, 114207, 114209, 114211, 114213, 114215, 114217, 114219, 114221, 114223, 114225, 114227, 114229, 114231, 114233, 114235, 114238, 114239, 114240, 114241, 114242)”

Reinspection
42. Garbage and refuse properly disposed; facilities maintained.

Conditions Observed: Observed debris on the ground surrounding trash cans. Recommend adding another trash can, or obtaining a dumpster that you can keep locked to keep people and/or birds out of the trash. Maintain garbage facility clean at all times. Employee cleaned up trash debris on-site. Thank you for correcting this minor violation.

ROACHY SAYS:

“The exterior premises of a food facility shall be kept free of litter and rubbish. All food waste and rubbish shall be kept in nonabsorbent, durable, cleanable, leak-proof, and rodent-proof containers. Containers shall have close-fitting lids and be covered at all times. All waste must be removed and disposed of as frequently as necessary to prevent the development of objectionable odors and other conditions that attract or harbor insects or rodents. (114244, 114245, 114245.1, 114245.2, 114245.3, 114245.4, 114245.5, 114245.6, 114245.7)”

Reinspection
30. Toxic substances properly identified, stored, used.

Conditions Observed: Observed bleach and soap stored in food bottles. Store chemicals in an appropriate and labeled container.

ROACHY SAYS:

“Only those insecticides, rodenticides, and other pesticides that are necessary, bear a legible manufacturer's label, and are specifically approved for use in a food facility may be used in a food facility in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions. Containers used for storing poisonous or toxic materiails such as cleaners and sanitizers taken from bulk supplies shall be clearly and individually identified with the common name of the material. Poisonous or toxic materials shall be stored or displayed to prevent contamination of food, equipment, utensils, linens, and single-use articles. (114254, 114254.1, 114254.2)”

62. Compliance with commissary requirements.

Conditions Observed: Trailer is not stored at commissary, does not return to commissary daily, does not use approved dump location, or potable water location and is storing recyclables and garbage on-site, rather than using commissary. Use commissary as required.

ROACHY SAYS:

“MFFs shall operate in conjunction with a commissary, mobile support unit (MSU), or other facility approved by the enforcement agency. The MFF shall be stored at or within a commissary or other location approved by the enforcement agency. MSUs shall operate from and be stored at a designated commissary. MFFs engaged in food preparation other than limited food preparation shall not operate in conjuction with a MSU.(114295)”

65. Compliance with equipment construction requirements.

Conditions Observed: Observed missing knock out on electrical panel. Install cover. Observed hole in the floor below grill. Repair hole. Observed void space under fryer filled with spilled waste oil. Remove waste oil and keep this location clean at all times.

ROACHY SAYS:

“Food equipment shall be smooth, readily accessible and easily cleanable; nonportable equipment shall be an integral part of the primary unit. Unfinished wood is prohibited and construction joints and seams shall be tightly fitted and sealed so as to be easily cleanable. MFFs that handle Potentially Hazardous Foods, except prepackaged frozen, whole fish and aquatic invertebrates, shall be equipped with refrigeration units as defined in section 113885. All new and replacement gas appliances shall meet applicable ANSI standards and electrical appliances shall meet applicable UL standards. The space around pipes, conduits, or hoses that extend through cabinets, floors, or outer walls shall be sealed and the closure shall be smooth and easily cleanable. Equipment in which spillage is likely to occur shall have a drip tray fitted so that spillage drains into a waste tank. Equipment shall be installed so as to be easily cleanable, prevent vermin harborage, and provide adequate access for service and maintenance. Floors, walls, and ceilings of all enclosed food preparation areas of MFFs shall be constructed so that the surfaces are impervious, smooth and easily cleanable; the floor wall juncture shall be coved with a min. 3/8 in. radius coving with the floor surface extending up the wall at least 4 in. (114301)”

75. Compliance with safety requirements

Conditions Observed: Emergency exit locks from the outside. Emergency exit shall have a functioning internal latch/lock and external padlock removed.

ROACHY SAYS:

“All utensils in a MFF shall be stored so as to prevent their being thrown about in the event of a sudden stop, collision, or overturn. MFFs must have a fully stocked first aid kit, properly charged 10 BC-rated fire extinguisher (for MFFs with heating elements or cooking equipment) and compliant second exit (at least 24"x36"). Gas fired appliances shall be properly insulated in a manner that will prevent excessive heat buildup and injury. All liquified petroleum equipment shall be installed to meet applicable standards. (114323)”

79. Mobile water and waste water tanks installed.

Conditions Observed: Potable water tanks are filled using non-food grade hose and fittings. Replace with food grade hose, drain water tank, and fill using food grade hose. Wastewater is pumped into holding tanks on-site. This practice is not approved and must be discontinued. Dump wastewater and fill potable water daily at commissary location, as approved.

ROACHY SAYS:

“MFFs that handle nonprepackaged food shall be equipped with approved potable water and wastewater tanks, unless approved temporary water and wastewater connections are provided. An approved potable water hose used for conveying potable water from a water tank shall be safe, durable, corrosion resistant, nonabsorbent, protected from contamination at all times, and clearly and durably identified as to its use. A potable water tank shall have sufficient capacity (at least 5 gallons exclusively for handwashing, 25 gallons for food preparation and warewashing) and shall deliver at least 1 gallon/minute to each sink basin. A wastewater tank shall be of a capacity commensurate with the level of food handling activity, have a minimum capacity that is 50 percent greater than the potable water tank, and be equipped with a shut-off valve. Wastewater tanks shall be thoroughly flushed and drained in a sanitary manner during the servicing operation. (114205, 114207, 114209, 114211, 114213, 114215, 114217, 114219, 114221, 114223, 114225, 114227, 114229, 114231, 114233, 114235, 114238, 114239, 114240, 114241, 114242)”

Routine Inspection
06. Hands clean and properly washed; gloves used properly.

Conditions Observed: Observed employee drop oil bottle on the floor and use gloved hands to wash the lid to the oil bottle, with a sponge, and then return to food handling without washing their hands or changing gloves. This is a major violation that will require a reinspection on or after 2/28/19.

ROACHY SAYS:

“Food employees shall minimize bare hand and arm contact with nonprepackaged food that is in ready to eat form. Whenever gloves are worn, they shall be changed, replaced, or washed as often as handwashing is required. Single-use gloves shall not be washed. Employees shall wash their hands in the following situations: immediately before engaging in food preparation including working with nonprepackaged food, clean equipment and utensils and unwrapped single-use food containers and utensils; after touching bare human body parts other than clean hands and clean exposed portions of arms; after using the toilet room; after caring for or handling any animal; after coughing, sneezing, using a handkerchief or disposable tissue, using tobacco, eating or drinking; after handling soiled equipment or utensils; during food preparation, as often as necessary to remove soil and contamination and to prevent cross-contamination when changing tasks; when switching from working with raw food and working with ready-to-eat foods; before initially donning gloves for working with food; before dispensing or serving food handling clean tableware and serving utensils in the food service area; after engaging in other activities that contaminate the hands. (113952, 113953.3, 113953.4, 113961, 113968, 113973)”

15. Food contact surfaces: clean and sanitized.

Conditions Observed: Facility did not have an approved sanitizer for sanitizing food contact surfaces. Use an approved sanitizer (chlorine bleach or quaternary ammonia) for sanitizing food contact surfaces. Facility obtained bleach, made chlorine sanitizer measuring 100PPM in sanitizer bucket. Oil container fell on the floor and was put back into service without being sanitized. All utensils shall be washed, rinsed and sanitized. This is a major violation that will require a reinspection on or after 2/28/19. This is a major violation that will require a reinspection on or after 2/28/19.

ROACHY SAYS:

“Food-contact surfaces and utensils shall be clean to sight and touch. Food-contact surfaces and multiservice utensils shall be effectively washed, rinsed, and sanitized to remove or completely loosen soils by use of manual or mechanical methods. Precleaning may be required. Manual sanitization shall be accomplished during the final rinse by contact with solution containing 100 ppm available chlorine, 200 ppm quaternary ammonium, or another approved sanitizer. Mechanical sanitization shall be accomplished in the final rinse by achieving a utensil surface temperature of 160F or by contact with solution containing 50 ppm available chlorine, 200 ppm quaternary ammonium, or another approved sanitizer. After cleaning and sanitizing, equipment and utensils shall be air dried. Mechancial warewash machines must be approved and installed and operated according to manufacturer's specifications. Food contact surfaces, utensils, and equipment shall be cleaned and sanitized at the following times: before each use with different type of raw food of animal origin, when changing from raw food to ready to eat food, between uses with raw produce and potentially hazardous food, before using a thermometer, and any time during the operation when contamination may have occurred. Warewash sinks used to wash wiping cloths, wash produce, or thaw food must be cleaned and sanitized before and after these uses. Equipment, food contact surfaces, and utensils must be cleaned and sanitized throughout the day at least every four hours or as needed to prevent contamination. (114097, 114099.1, 114099.2, 114099.4, 114099.6, 114099.7, 114101, 114105, 114109, 114111, 114113, 114115(a,c), 114117, 114125(b), 114141)”

30. Toxic substances properly identified, stored, used.

Conditions Observed: Observed bleach and soap stored in food bottles. Store chemicals in an appropriate and labeled container.

ROACHY SAYS:

“Only those insecticides, rodenticides, and other pesticides that are necessary, bear a legible manufacturer's label, and are specifically approved for use in a food facility may be used in a food facility in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions. Containers used for storing poisonous or toxic materiails such as cleaners and sanitizers taken from bulk supplies shall be clearly and individually identified with the common name of the material. Poisonous or toxic materials shall be stored or displayed to prevent contamination of food, equipment, utensils, linens, and single-use articles. (114254, 114254.1, 114254.2)”

62. Compliance with commissary requirements.

Conditions Observed: Trailer is not stored at commissary, does not return to commissary daily, does not use approved dump location, or potable water location and is storing recyclables and garbage on-site, rather than using commissary. Use commissary as required.

ROACHY SAYS:

“MFFs shall operate in conjunction with a commissary, mobile support unit (MSU), or other facility approved by the enforcement agency. The MFF shall be stored at or within a commissary or other location approved by the enforcement agency. MSUs shall operate from and be stored at a designated commissary. MFFs engaged in food preparation other than limited food preparation shall not operate in conjuction with a MSU.(114295)”

65. Compliance with equipment construction requirements.

Conditions Observed: Observed unapproved gas burner and leaking propane tank in facility. This is not an approved piece of equipment and shall be removed from the trailer immediately to avoid a fire hazard. Observed missing knock out on electrical panel. Install cover. Observed hole in the floor below grill. Repair hole. Observed void space under fryer filled with spilled waste oil. Remove waste oil and keep this location clean at all times.

ROACHY SAYS:

“Food equipment shall be smooth, readily accessible and easily cleanable; nonportable equipment shall be an integral part of the primary unit. Unfinished wood is prohibited and construction joints and seams shall be tightly fitted and sealed so as to be easily cleanable. MFFs that handle Potentially Hazardous Foods, except prepackaged frozen, whole fish and aquatic invertebrates, shall be equipped with refrigeration units as defined in section 113885. All new and replacement gas appliances shall meet applicable ANSI standards and electrical appliances shall meet applicable UL standards. The space around pipes, conduits, or hoses that extend through cabinets, floors, or outer walls shall be sealed and the closure shall be smooth and easily cleanable. Equipment in which spillage is likely to occur shall have a drip tray fitted so that spillage drains into a waste tank. Equipment shall be installed so as to be easily cleanable, prevent vermin harborage, and provide adequate access for service and maintenance. Floors, walls, and ceilings of all enclosed food preparation areas of MFFs shall be constructed so that the surfaces are impervious, smooth and easily cleanable; the floor wall juncture shall be coved with a min. 3/8 in. radius coving with the floor surface extending up the wall at least 4 in. (114301)”

75. Compliance with safety requirements

Conditions Observed: Emergency exit locks from the outside. Emergency exit shall have a functioning internal latch/lock and external padlock removed. Fire extinguisher has not been inspected since 2012 and is stored in a poorly accessible location. Service fire extinguisher and store in an easily accessible location.

ROACHY SAYS:

“All utensils in a MFF shall be stored so as to prevent their being thrown about in the event of a sudden stop, collision, or overturn. MFFs must have a fully stocked first aid kit, properly charged 10 BC-rated fire extinguisher (for MFFs with heating elements or cooking equipment) and compliant second exit (at least 24"x36"). Gas fired appliances shall be properly insulated in a manner that will prevent excessive heat buildup and injury. All liquified petroleum equipment shall be installed to meet applicable standards. (114323)”

79. Mobile water and waste water tanks installed.

Conditions Observed: Potable water tanks are filled using non-food grade hose and fittings. Replace with food grade hose, drain water tank, and fill using food grade hose. Wastewater is pumped into holding tanks on-site. This practice is not approved and must be discontinued. Dump wastewater and fill potable water daily at commissary location, as approved.

ROACHY SAYS:

“MFFs that handle nonprepackaged food shall be equipped with approved potable water and wastewater tanks, unless approved temporary water and wastewater connections are provided. An approved potable water hose used for conveying potable water from a water tank shall be safe, durable, corrosion resistant, nonabsorbent, protected from contamination at all times, and clearly and durably identified as to its use. A potable water tank shall have sufficient capacity (at least 5 gallons exclusively for handwashing, 25 gallons for food preparation and warewashing) and shall deliver at least 1 gallon/minute to each sink basin. A wastewater tank shall be of a capacity commensurate with the level of food handling activity, have a minimum capacity that is 50 percent greater than the potable water tank, and be equipped with a shut-off valve. Wastewater tanks shall be thoroughly flushed and drained in a sanitary manner during the servicing operation. (114205, 114207, 114209, 114211, 114213, 114215, 114217, 114219, 114221, 114223, 114225, 114227, 114229, 114231, 114233, 114235, 114238, 114239, 114240, 114241, 114242)”

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