March 11, 2009 -- IFM is excited to announce that a select line of our bacterial products have attained NSF Registration, enabling IFM to provide odor treatment, grease treatment and general drain line cleaning product...

IFM BACTERIAL PRODUCTS ATTAIN NSF REGISTRATION STATUS FOR USE IN FOOD PROCESSING FACILITIES

IFM is excited to announce that a select line of our bacterial products have attained NSF Registration, enabling IFM to provide odor treatment, grease treatment and general drain line cleaning products in food processing facilities. The IFM Microbes that carry the NSF Registration include:

  • FOG 2000 FOG Reducing Microbes
  • IDC 1000 Industrial Drain Cleaner
  • LCO 2009 Grease and Odor Treatment

These products can be used on all surfaces in inedible product areas, nonprocessing areas and/ or exterior areas as well as in sewage and/or drain lines. Information describing each product's features, benefits and applications can be found by clicking on the product's name above.

The NSF Nonfood Compounds Registration Program is a continuation of the USDA product approval and listing program which is based on meeting regulatory requirements including FDA 21 CFR for appropriate use, ingredient and labeling review.

The registered names of the above listed products can be found in the current NSF White Book Listing of Nonfood Compounds at the NSF website.