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EHEDG (European Hygienic Design Group)


UK

Telephone : +44 12 85 61 00 14
Web : http://ehedg.co.uk/



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New EHEDG Guidelines: Hygienic Engineering of Bulk Pack-off Systems in Process Lines for Dry Particulate Materials

EHEDG has published new guidelines for the hygienic design of bulk packaging systemsFULL STORY...

EHEDG online Congress 2023

The EHEDG Online Congress 2023 is coming up on 13 and 14 September, bringing together key stakeholders from farm to spoon, to advance a safer, more productive and more sustainable food supply chain.FULL STORY...

EHEDG releases guideline on hygienic design for tank and vessel cleaning

This latest guideline aims to provide a basic understanding of the cleaning and hygienic design of tank cleaning devices and the tanks they are intended to clean.FULL STORY...

Stainless steel: food industry facts

On 9 March the BSSA, EHEDG (UK & Ireland Regional Section) and the Nickel Institute will present a one-day seminar about the use of stainless steels in the food and beverage industry. This event will be of interest to food processors, manufacturers, distributors, specifiers, technicians, and people working in R&D.FULL STORY...

Ishida joins EHEDG

Ishida Europe has announced that it has recently joined the European Hygienic Engineering and Design Group (EHEDG). FULL STORY...

EHEDG starts testing and certifying open food processing equipment

EHEDG has developed a new test method to reliably assess the external design of open food processing equipment. This new EHEDG Open Plant Cleaning (OPC) test method brings the benefits of EHEDG certified equipment within reach of food industries that process their food in open plant environments, such as meat, fish, and bakery companies. FULL STORY...

Ensuring hygiene in automated environments

Eric Partington discusses the importance of ensuring hygiene when considering automated solutions in food production environments. FULL STORY...

Material responsibilities

Who is responsible for ensuring that food contact materials meet the Framework Regulation? Eric Partington reports. FULL STORY...

New EHEDG guidance on the use of food-grade lubricants

The European Hygienic Engineering & Design Group (EHEDG) Lubricants Working Group updated its EHEDG Guideline Doc. 23 which includes information on how to properly use food-grade H1 and HT1 registered lubricants. FULL STORY...

Flexicon joins EHEDG

Flexible conduit systems’ manufacturer, Flexicon, has become a member of the European Hygiene Engineering and Design Group (EHEDG). FULL STORY...

Making the food factory sustainable

Suzanne Gill reports on the presentation highlights from the ‘sustainable food factory’ session of the Appetite for Engineering event, which took place in October 2018. FULL STORY...

Understanding good design pays dividends

The design of food-processing and packaging equipment is critical to cost-effective and hygienic operation in food production. But how can the term ‘hygienic’ be interpreted? Eric Partington offers advice. FULL STORY...

Focusing on hygienic design

As interest in hygienic engineering and design in food processing continues to grow, Food Processing spoke to Eric Partington, regional chair of EHEDG UK & Ireland, about the latest news from this section of the organisation, new guidance and the benefits for the food sector. FULL STORY...