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TO THE DIRECTOR, BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS TUMKUR ROAD, BANGALORE- 560 058

Sir, SUBJECT: AUTHERISATION LETTER

We the partners of M/S WELL THOUGHT ASSOCIATES , viz, 1.Mr. K . THIMMARAYDU s/o HONNURAPPA aged about 40 years

2. Smt. LAVANYA w/o D. MUDDUKRISHNA aged about 30 years do not have any objections in authorizing Mr. K. THIMMARAYDU to correspondence and sign the necessary documents on behalf of the our unit . We will accept un conditionally to his commitments . Hence Bureau of Indian standards correspondence and related documents will be signed by Mr. Thimmaraydu, only, and we do not have any objections, This is for your informations and records

Thanking you, Yours faithfully, FOR WELL THOUGHT ASSOCIATES FOR WELL THOUGHT ASSOCIATES

PARTNER ( THIMMARAYDU)

PARTNER ( LAVANYA )

TO THE DIRECTOR, BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS TUMKUR, ROAD BANGLORE- 560 058. Sir, SUBJECTREQUEST LETTER FOR ALLOTING / BLOCKING LICENSE NUMBER

I request you to kindly allot / block the BIS Certification Marks License number while recording

My application being submitted for grant of license for

PACKAGED DRINKING WATER

as per IS 14543 : 2004. The required undertaking cum Indemnity Bond is attached here with for your records.

Thanking you Yours faithfully, FOR WELL THOUGHT ASSOSIATES

PARTNER

To THE DIRECTOR BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS TUMKUR ROAD BANGLORE PIN 560 058

Sir,

Subject :

self life assessment

WE DO HERE BY DECLARE THAT THE SHELF LIFE OF OUR PACKING MATERIAL WILL BE MAINTAINED AS PER IS 14543 : 2004.

THE SHELF LIFE OF PACKAGED DRINKING WATER , PACKED IN 20 LTR TRANSPERENT PET JAR

FOR 30 DAYS.

NAME

DESIGNATION DATE

TO THE DIRECTOR, BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS TUMKUR ROAD, BANGALORE- 5

SUBJECT: COVERING LETTER ALONG WITH DEMAND DRAFT Enclosed please find, the fallowing demand drafts, favoring BUREAU OF INTDIAN STANDARDS towards application and application processing fees. 1.D . D. number ____________________________dt___________________for Rs. 4495/- drawn on ________________________________________________________________________________ 2. D. D. number ___________________________ dt ______________________for Rs. 1124/- drawn on _________________________________________________________________________________ Along with the application dully filled with all necessary documents attached . Kindly, acknowledge the same and do the needful.

Thanking you, Yours faithfully FOR WELL THOUGHT ASSOCIATES

PARTNER Encl; DD, along with application with annexure.

INTERMEDIATE MANUFACTURING STEPS WHERE CONTROL IS EXCERCISED AND RECORD MAINTAINED;STAGE 1. Raw water is sourced from a well protected Bore well, and being filled in to a water storage pump constructed well tiled. During the filling of storage tank , the raw water is tested for TDS and p H value and recorded. 10 to 12 ppm concentrated commercial grade chlorine is added to raw water storage tank to disinfect the raw water and proper contact time is provided and being recorded for quantity of chlorine added and time of added and time of removal of chlorinated water. STAGE 2. Raw water is then pumped to SAND FILTER , to remove the suspended particles , after doing the back washing and rinsing process. Turbidity test is conducted by the in-house laboratory and being recorded. STAGE 3. The turbid free raw water , the sand filter output is directed to flow with flowing rate recommended to ACTIVATED CARBON FILTER , after back washing and rinsing checked for removal of undesired odour , and checked for complete removal of chlorine which is added at raw water storing tank. This is checked by chloretex method for chlorine remocval and recorded. STAGE 4. Through the pre micron filter the ACF out put is sent in to REVERSE OSMOSIS SYSTEM and the output is tested for TDS and P H value and stored in the stainless steel tank where the ozonater pipe is droped in to ozonise the content . STAGE 5. This stage , the water is drawn and sent to UV housing where the UV lamps will glow and kill the bacteria , this water is filtered through Micron filter through 5 and 0.5 micron filters . Thus the water is purified at different stage and being recorded.

TO THE DIRECTOR BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS TUMKUR ROAD BANGALORE-58

Sir, SUBJECT: Undertaking letter to fallow as per STI and maintenance

We, undertake here with, to fallow the SCHEME OF TESTING INSPECTION, scheme

and conduct tests as per frequency directed in the scheme of testing and also

maintain the records as per farm 1 to farm 7 as per BUREAU of INDIAN STANDARD

Thanking you, For WELL THOUGHT ASSOCIATES

PARTNER

LIST OF DOCUMENTS ENCLOSED FOR ISI CERTIFICATION UNDER IS 14543 FOR PACKAGED DRINKING WATER

1.GENERAL REQUIREMENT
a)COVERING LETTER WITH DEMAND DRAFTS FOR APPLICATION FEES
b) APPLICATION FOR LICENCE TO USE THE STANDARD MARK . c) SELF EVALUATION AND VERIFICATION REPORT . d) COPY OF TEST REPORT TESTED FROM BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARD S , CERTIFIED LABORATORY, e) DOCUMENTS AUTHENTICATING ESTABLISHMENT OF THE FIRM 1.VAT CERTIFICATE 2. PARTNERSHIP DEED 3. S S I CERTIFICATE 4. CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION OF FIRM 5.APPLIED COPY OF CENTRAL GROUND WATER AUTHORITY f) AUTHORIZATION LETTER FROM OTHER PARTNERS TO CORRESPONDENCE WITH BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS. g) UNDERTAKING & INDEMNITY BOND ON JUDICIAL STAMP PAPER h) REQISITION LETTER FOR BLOCKING LICENCE NUMBER i) UNDERTAKING WITH REFERENCE TO SCHEME OF TESTING INSPECTION (ANNEXTURE - E - ) & WITH UNDERTAKING AND DECLARATION j) I D PROOF OF PARTNERS i) RENT AGREEMENT 22 23 24 19 20 21 14 15 16 17 18 13 1 2-3 4-12

2. PRODUCT SPECIFICATION REQUIREMENTS.

a) LIST OF TEST EQUIPMENTS, GLASS WARES, CHEMICALS ANNEXTURE A b) ACCEPTANCE 0F RATE MARKING FEE (ANNEXTURE D) c) GUIDELINES FOR ASSESMENT OF HYGEONIC CONDITION WITH EXPLANATORY NOTES (ANNEXTURE F) d) CONCENT LETTER FROM OUTSIDE LAB , SHIVA ANALYTICAL INDIA LTD e) LIST OF TESTING EQUIPMENTS , WITH LEAST COUNT RANGE , VALLID CALIBERATION, CLAUSE REFERENCE f) CALIBERATION CERTIFICATE OF TESTING EQUIPMENMTS g) QUALITY PERSONNALS DETAILS 1. MARKS CARD AND CERTIFICATE OF CHEMIST AND MICROBIOLOGIST 2. APPOINTMENT ORDERS COPY OF QUALITY PERSONALS 3. MEDICAL EXAMINATION RECORD OF ALL EMPLOYEES h) LIST OF PLANT AND MACHIONERY j) PLANT DRAWING LAYOUT WITH LAYOUT MEASUREMENTS k) FLOW CHART l) MANUFACTURING PROCESS m) ROUTE MAP n) N O C FROM POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD o) PLANT MAINTANANCE AND CLEANING SHEDULE p) CLEANING PROCEDURE OF CONTAINERS 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 29 30 31 27 28 25 26

k) IN-HOUSE TESTING CERTIFICATE l) UNDERTAKING LETTER TO BIS, FOR GETTING OUTSIDE LAB TESTS m) DECLARATION ON PURCHASE OF PET PREFARM AND 20 LTR JAR n) DECLARATION OF PEST CONTROL ACTIVITY o) DECLARATION FOR TEST REPORTS p) DECLARATION OF PACKING MATERIAL AND LABEL PROHIBITION q) DECLARATION ON MOVING OF MACHIONARY AND TEST EQUIPMENTS r) DECLARATION ON SHELF LIFE ASSESMENT s) UNDERTAKING LETTER TO FALLOW AS PER SCHEME OF TESTING INSPECTION AND MAINTAIN FARM NO. 1 TO FARM NO. 7.

40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47

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Plant maintenance schedule sl no 1 2 3 4 5 Item Raw water pump at bore well with periodical check Pre-filtration pumps periodical check Post filtration pumps periodical check Washing areas and filling pumps with periodical check PSF and ACF service covering internals and gaskets periodical check R. O Maintenance including membrane cleaning and high pressure pump check Micron cartridge filters and housing gaskets UV lamp All valve, joints and flanges for check All electrical including starter periodical check Scientific equipments in laboratory Schedule First Sunday of every month First Sunday of every month First Sunday of every month First Sunday of every month Once in a month

Once in a month

7 8 9 10 11

First and third Sunday of every month First Sunday of every month Every Sunday Every Sunday First Sunday of every month

Cleaning Procedure of Containers 1. Jars are visually inspected for transparence.

2. Jars are cleaned outside with soap water.

3. Caps are internally cleaned with branded soap solution.

4. Jars are internally rinsed with product water.

5. These cleaned jars are sent for filling product water in filling room.

Plant Maintenance and Cleaning Schedule Sl no Particulars Operation Schedule

Raw water tank

Total scrubbing and cleaning Back wash

Every sunday

Sand filter

Daily at 7. 30 am

Activated carbon filter

Back wash

Daily at 7. 45 am

R.O System

Complete rinsing

Daily at 8. 15 am

SS micron filters

Washing and disinfection Washing and disinfection Disinfection

Daily at 9 am

SS product water tanks

Daily at 8. 30 am

All pipe line

Every Sunday

Drains

Washing

Daily at closing time Daily

Ceiling

Dusting

10

Floors and walls

Washing and disinfection

Daily

11

Outside the plant

12

Microbiology lab

13

Chemical lab

14

Filling room

15

Toilets

Sweeping complete area and mopping of hard surface Sweeping and mopping with dettol water at the end of day Sweeping and mopping with dettol water Sweeping and mopping with dettol water, finally with normal water Washing with phenyl and acid Sweeping and mopping with dettol water, finally with normal water Sweeping and mopping Sweeping and mopping Sweeping and washing before loading

Once every 5 hours starting from 8. 30 am Daily at morning

Daily at morning

Daily at morning

Daily

16

Pouch room

Daily

17

Raw material storage

Regularly

18

Office

Regularly

19

Vehicles

For every load

Undertaken / Declaration

We hereby declare the following. 1. The packaged drinking water which was offered for testing in the laboratory by us will be processed in our own plant using our own machineries and man power from raw water our own bore well source. 2. The hygienic conditions are applied in our plant as per annexure B of IS 14543:2004 and will be maintained as per above through our planning schedule and personal hygiene program set up by us. 3. We dont have testing facilities for a) Faecal streptococci, Staphylococcus aureues, Salmonella Shiglla, Vibiro cholera, V. parahaemolyticus b) Silver, sodium, selenium, fluoride mineral oil, antimony, borate, phenolic components- Table- 2 c) Table-3 d) Pesticide residue e) Table-4 (In modern test center , Bhrampur, Orissa) These tests will be done at Bangalore Test House, Bangalore. For which consent is already obtained. Radioactive residue will be tested at MODERN TEST CENTER, Behrampur, Odisha in above test. Frequency of test will be maintained as per scheme testing and inspection. 4. We will be using transparent colorless PET container for packing packaged drinking water processed by us after ensuring its conformity to IS 15410:2003through container supplier test certificate.

5. Shelf- life of our packaged drinking water will be declared and maintained based on in house self-durability assessment. Records of durability assessment will be maintained.

6. Self- durability of various capacities of packing containers is declared here. 20 ltr pet jars - 1 month 7. After grant of license the scheme of testing and inspection will be followed in total. 8. The marking will be done through printed sticker labels/ wrap around labels in the format given in IS 14543:2004 and current scheme of testing and inspection after license is granted. 9. The wall thickness for the PET containers is declared by us as follows. Container type Top Middle Bottom 20 ltr Pet jar 0.77 mm 0.78 mm 0.83 mm -------------

Place : Date :

FOR Well Thought Associates

PARTNER

IN HOUSE TESTING (PRODUCT WATER) Test Colour Odour Taste Turbidity PH Total dissolved solids Chlorides Alkalinity Residual free chlorine Sulphate Barium Copper Iron Zinc Alluminium Calcium Magnesium Manganese Nitrate Nitrite Sulphide Anionic surface active agents Chemical parameters Test method Requirement IS 3025(PT.4) 2HZ IS 3025(PT.5) Agreeable IS 3025(PT.8) Agreeable IS 3025(PT.10) 2 ntu IS 3025(PT.11) 6.5-8.5 IS 3025(PT.16) 500 ppm IS 3025(PT.32) 200 mg/ltr IS 3025(PT.23) 200 mg/ltr IS 3025(PT.26) 0.2mg/ltr IS 3025(PT.24) 200 mg/ltr Annex-F of IS 1.0 mg/ltr 13428 or 15302 IS 3025(PT. 0.05 mg/ltr IS 3025(PT. 0.1 mg/ltr IS 3025(PT. 5 mg/ltr IS 3025(PT. 0.03 mg/ltr IS 3025(PT. 75 mg/ltr IS 3025(PT. 30 mg/ltr IS 3025(PT. 0.1 mg/ltr IS 3025(PT. 45 mg/ltr IS 3025(PT. 0.02mg/ltr IS 3025(PT. 0.05 mg/ltr Annex-k of IS 0.2ppm 13428 Result 0Hz Agreeable Agreeable 0 NTU 6.65 13 11 10 NIL 2.2 NIL NIL 0.001 NIL NIL 9 11 NIL 6 NIL NIL NIL

MICROBIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS

TEST ESCHEIRCHIA COLI

TEST METHOD IS 5887 PT. 10R IS15185

REQUIREMENT ABSENT

RESULT ABSENT

COLIFORM BACTERIA

IS 5401 PT. 10R IS 15185

ABSENT

ABSENT

SULPHITE REDUCING ANAEROBES PSUEDOMONAS AERUGINOSA

ANNEX-C 13428

ABSENT

ABSENT

ANNEX-D 13428

ABSENT

ABSENT

IS 5402 AEROBIC MICROBIAL COUNT AT 37 degree c AEROBIC MICROBIAL COUNT 37 degree c YEAST AND MOULD IS 5403 IS 5402

20

100

ABSENT

ABSENT

PROCESS DISCRIPTION:

Raw water is extracted from Bore well which is 6 inches Bore, with a depth of 430feet consisting of three streams, obtained first source at 180 feet, second source at 230 feet. It is providing a yield of 4000 gallons per hour. A 2 and inch cpvc pipe line is used to extract the raw water from Bore and got filled in a sump , well protected and layered tiles with a storage capacity of 35000ltr . While filling the raw water to tank, its TDS and Ph is noted and recorded. \ SEDIMENTATION AND CHLORINATION: As a first stage of operation, 1200 to 1250ml of chlorine of 11 to 12 ppm concentrated, is added to35,000 ltr of raw water and allowed a contact period of 2 to 3 hours, there by proper sedimentation of heavy particles settles down at the bottom and a proper chlorination takes place. With the contact period given.

SAND FILTERATION: A Three HP , SS pump with a 12000 ltr per hour pushing capacity is used for a RO of 1000 ltr per hour capacity. This pump sends the water to sand filter unit consists of pubble, silica and fine sand filled 3/4th of the vessel. Initially back washing is done with Sand filter unit till proper washing of sand is made, approximately for 5 minutes. Then Rinsing is done for about 5 minutes again, till the water found crystal clear, and all turbid are removed Then checked for Turbidity test in the in house laboratory and after ascertaining the turbidity test results passing it is sent to next stage of operation:

ACTIVTED CARBON FILTER:

The turbid free chlorinated water is sent in to a vessel capacity of filling 2000 ltr of water per hour, containing. activated carbon. At this stage of operation, 5 minutes of back washing is done and then 5 minutes of rinsing is done , till it is confirmed that , chlorine is removed. This is further reconfirmed the chlorine content in water by chlorotex method. On ascertaining the product is free from chlorene, sent in to next stage of operation.

PRE MICRON FILTERATION:

Turbid free , chlorine free, sand and ACF treated water is sent into RO through pre micron filter, so as to reduce the load on RO membrane.

REVERSE OSMOSIS SYSTEM:

The ACF output water is sent through a pre micron filter to a RO shell containing 250 ltr per hour capacity 4 membrane so as to obtain 1000 ltr per hour .This product water is less than 60 TDS and Ph value between 6.5 to7.5 . To obtain 1000 ltr of product water, around 1000 ltr of water is sent as wastage. And this wastage water of above 900 TDS is used for own land which is in the same premises. This RO system , has got inbuilt Pannel board, which display on line TDS

of the product water. The RO output water is measured for its TDS and Ph after recording the same which is TDS between 50 to 60 and Ph between 6.5 to7.5 and sent for next stage of operation

POST FILTERATION UNIT:

This system consist of UV housing to kill the bacteria and three micron filters of 5 micron ,1 micron, and 0.5 micron' capacity respectively functioning in filtration system. This system of operation will help to act against micro organisms, and then send for next stage of operation.

OZONISATION :

A ozanator , self generating of ozone is used and the extracting the ozone through the pipe immersed in the final tank,ozone bubbles will get mixed with the product water, by giving ozonization.This provides shelf life to the product. Such ozonised,micron filtered ,UV treated,RO based activated carbon filtered and sand filtered packaged drinking water is sent to filling line of 20 ltr manual filling.

TO THE DIRECTOR BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS TUMKUR ROAD, BANGLORE- 560 058. SIR, SUBJECT: DECLARATION OF PACKING MATERIAL AND LABEL PROHIBITIONS

We do here by declare that, after the grant of license to use only the permitted packing material Clause of 6 of IS: 14543 and packing varieties as advised by the BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS Time to time. We also declare that the brand name used by us is not in violation of the clause 7.2 of IS:14543 And we further confirm that we strictly abide by the referred clause while marking the labeling for our products.

Thanking you

FOR M/S WELL THOUGHT ASSOCIATES

PARTNER

TO THE DIRECTOR, BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS TUMKUR ROAD BANGLORE-560 058 SIR, SUBJECT: DECLARATION OF MOVING OF MACHIONERY & TEST EQUIPMENTS

I hereby declare that the machinery and test equipments of which details are given by me , are actually installed in the premises . I also declare that , after the grant of license , I will send ,prior information to BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS , when ever any machine or equipment , is taken out of the premises of the firm , due to any reason.

Thanking you,

FOR M/S WELL THOUGHT ASSOCIATES

PARTNER

DECLARATION FOR TEST REPORTS

The information given in these reports, are true to the best of my knowledge and belief. I further declare that , the samples , for which the test reports , are enclosed , have been manufactured in my factory premises , at the address mentioned in the application. I shall be responsible if any misleading information, has been given in this report and the application liable for rejection, if wrong information has been given. If the license is granted on the basis of information , which is found to be incorrect later, the license shall be liable for cancellation.

Date:

NAME

Place:

DESIGNATION

SEAL

DECLARATION OF PEST CONTROL ACTIVITY - REGARDING

We here by declare that, we take appropriate measures for the control of pests at our plant. The surroundings areas of the plant are regularly examined for evidence of infestation. If any thing is noticed related to the pests presence in the plant, eradication measures will be taken to control them, which include treatment with chemical, physical or biological agents. This will be done under direct supervision of personnel who have tharough knowledge of the potential hazards, which may araise from residues retained in the drinking water.

Pesticides designated safe for use in food industry are only being used under direct supervision of trained personnel Pesticides will only be used if other precautionary measures cannot be used effectively. Before pesticides are applied, care will be taken to safe guard , drinking water, equipment and utensils from contamination. After application, contaminated equipment and utensils will be thoroughly cleaned to remove residues prior to be used again.

Thanking you,

FOR M/S WELL THOUGHT ASSOCIATES

PARTNER

TO THE DIRECTOR BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS TUMKUR ROAD, BANGLORE- 560 058 Sir, SUBJECT: Asking permission regarding using outside lab source Hear with we are attached consent letter from Bangalore Test House, Bangalore for testing of the Fallowing parameters for the packaged drinking water as per IS:14543:2004. 1. Faecal streptococci, Staphylococcus aureues, Salmonella, Shigella, Vibro cholera, V.parahaemolyticus & Mineral oil, Phenolic compounds, Antimony, Borate, Fluoride, (Every month) Table-1 2. Silver, Sodium, Selenium, Mercury, Cadmium, Arsenic, Cyanide, Nickel, Chromium, PCB , PCHTable-2. 3. Pesticide Residues (Once in a year ) Table-3 4. Radio activity tests (Alpha & Beta Emitters) every two years once - Table -4 5. Pet containers and pet bottles as per IS:15410:2003 will be tested at Bangalore test house ,every lot Kindly, permit us to perform the test in outside lab agencies. Thanking you

FOR M/S WELL THOUGHT ASSOCIATES

PARTNER ,

TO Arshiya kousar # 11, 7th B cross. Someshwaranagar Jayanagar 1st block BANGLORE-560 011

Ref- your resume Sub- appointment order

We are pleased to appoint you as our CHEMIST, against the interview conducted on 2ND nov You are suppose to join us on or before 5th nov 2012 and get in to the job responsibilities, Your , consolidated salary , will be Rs, 8000/- per month plus actual conveyance and rent,

We , congratulate you, and expect you to prove worthy of our choice.

FOR M/S. WELL THOUGHT ASSOCIATES

PARTNER

TO Jayashree dixit c/o G Venkateshwaralu # 14, 3rd cross, krishnappa layout BANGALORE 560 033

Ref- your resume Sub- appointment order MR. We are pleased to appoint you as our MICROBIOLOGIST, against the interview conducted on 2ND You are suppose to join us on or before 5th nov 2012 and get in to the job responsibilities, Your, consolidated salary, will be Rs, 8000/- per month plus actual conveyance and rent,

We , congratulate you, and expect you to prove worthy of our choice

FOR M/S. WELL THOUGHT ASSOCIATES

PARTNER

TO THE DIRECTOR BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS TUMKUR ROAD BANGALORE- 560 058 Sir, SUBJECT: Declaration on purchase of pet 20ltr pet jar We , here by declare that the 20 liters transparent pet jars used for testing are purchased from the firm , M/S . PET PACKAGING INDUSTRIES and M/S. ACCU PLAST, Banglore. We will be , continuing this purchased , after grant of license. Thanking you,

Yours faithfully FOR M/S WELL THOUGHT ASSOCIATES

PARTNER

ACCEPTANCE OF RATE MARKING FEE

We , here by agree to pay, marking fee to Bureau of Indian Standards, after grant of license , to use the standard mark on packaged drinking water as per IS:14543;2004, at the fallowing rates and the manner stipulated as under.

1)

Rate of marking fees

Rs. 20/- per unit of first 6000 units Rs.15/- per unit for next 4000 units Rs. 10/- per unit for remaining unit With a minimum marking fee of Rs. 90,000/- for small scale industry for an operative period of 1 year.

2) The marking fee is payable as fallows A) Minimum marking fee for 1 operative year payable in advance which will be carried over to next renewals. B)Actual marking fee for the first nine months of the operative period caluculated on the unit rate on the production marked or the minimum marking fee whichever is higher shall be payable at the concerned branch office at the time of the first renewal of the license. For subsequent renewals , the actual

marking fee for 12 months period consisting of last three months of previous operative year and the first nine months of the current operative year or the minimum marking fees, whichever higher shall be payable.

SIGNATURE:

NAME:

DESIGNATION:

SEAL PLACE DATE

ACCEPTANCE OF SCHEME OF TESTING AND INSPECTION

This is with reference to your letter Nodated. We here by agree that after license is granted to us for packaged drinking water (other than packaged natural mineral water) as per IS 14543:2004 , we shall fallow the scheme of testing inspection (Doc : STI/14543/6, August 2005) strictly and maintain all records properly.

SIGNATURE

NAME

DESIGNATION

SEAL PLACE DATE

DETAILS OF AVAILABLE EQUIPMENTS, CHEMICALS, GLASS WEARS, HI-MEDIA TO CONDUCT TESTS

SL.NO.

TEST

METHOD

EQUIPMENTS & GLASS WEARS

CHEMICALS & HIMEDIA Potassium Chloroplatinate, Cobaltous Chloride, Conc. Hydrochloric acid Distilled water

1.

COLOUR

Platinum Cobalt Method , Ref:IS 3025 ,Part-4

ODOUR

TASTE

TURBIDITY

TOTAL DISSOLVED SOLIDS

pH

BARIUM

Analytical balance spectrophotometer filter assembly,Vaccume pump, nessler Cylinder, Membrane filter 0.45pm , centrifuge Observing Ref: IS Analytical balance, water -3025 Part -5 bath, themo meter, Widemouth glass stopper bottle Observing Ref: Analytical balance Water IS- 3025 part-8 bath, Thermo meter,Refrigerator Nephlometric Analytical balance method Ref : IS Nephelometer, filter 3025 Part-10 assembly, vacuum pump, Refrigerator, Membrane filter 0.45pm Gravimetric Ref : Analytical balance IS- 3025 Part-16 Vacuum pump, Hot air oven digital water bath, Refrigerator, Thermometer,filter assembly, Descicators, Evoperating dish, membrane filter 0.45pm Electrometric Analytical balance Ph Ref : IS 3025 meter, magnetic stirrer, Part 11 Thermo meter Volumetric Ref : Analytical balance, Hot IS- 13428 Annex plate, magnetic stirrer, F Starch indicator, Whattman 40 filter paper

Odour free distilled water, hydro chloric acid

Odour free distilled water, Sodium chloride Hexamethylene tetramine, Hydrazine Sulphate, Distilled water

Ph buffer 4 & 7

Ammonium dichromate, ammonium acetate, ammonium hydroxide,potassium iodide, Sodium thio sulphate, hydro chloric acid, ammonium chloride,ammonium dichromate, ammonium acetate, ammonium hydroxide, potassium

copper

Neocupronine Ref : IS -3025 ( Part 42)

Analytical balance Spectophotometer hotplate, Fume hood, Seperating funnel

IRON

1, 10 Phenant hroline method, Ref :IS 3025 (Part 53 )

Analytical balance Spectophotometer Hot plate

10

MANGANESE

Colour comparison, Ref: IS -3025

Analytical balance, Hot plate, Distilation apparatus, kibbs apparatus, nessler Cylinder, fume hood Analytical balance, Spectophotometer, pH meter, Heating mantle

11

NITRATE

Chromotropic acid method Ref: IS- 3025 (Part34) Spectrometric method, Ref : IS 3025 (Part 34)

12

NITRITE

Analytical balance , Specto photometer Heating mantle,Distilation Apparatus, Nessler tubes

13

ZINC

Zincon method REF: IS -3025 (part -49)

Analytical balance Spectophotometer,Fume hood, Pipette Bulb

iodide, Ammonium hydroxide, Hydroxylamine, hydrochloride, Isopropyl alcohol, neocuproine, hydro chloric acid, Nitric acid, Sulphuric acid , tr i sodium citrate, hydrogen peroxide, chloroform, distilled water. Hydro chloric acid,hydroxylamine, hydrochloride,ammonium acetate, glacial acitic acid, sodium acitate, 1, 10 phenanthroline, sulphuric acid, ferrous ammonium sulphate, Di-iso propyl ether, potassium permanganate Sulphuric acid,potassium periodate, hydrogen peroxide,nitric acid,potassium permanganate, ortho phosphoric acid Chromotropic acid, Urea, Sodium sulphite, Antimony metal powder, Chloroform, Sulphuric acid, potassium nitrate Sulphanilamide, potassium permanganate calcium hydroxide, chloroform, NED di hydrochloride, Sodium oxalate, Ferrous ammonium sulphate,sodium nitrite, Sulphuric acid Sodium hydroxide, Potassium cyanide, chloro hexanone, Zincon, distilled water,Methanol, Potassium Chloride, Boric acid, Hydrochloric acid,

14

ALUMINIUM

Erichrome cyanine R method REF:IS3025(Part 55)

Analytical balance , Specto photo meter, Ph meter, Nesler Tube

15

CHLORIDE

Argento metric method REF: IS 3025 (PART32)

Analytical balance , Burrate conical flask,

16

SULPHATE

Turbidity Method REF: IS3025 (part 24)

17

ALKALINITY

Indicator method REF: IS 3025 (Part23)

Analytical balance, Spectrophotometer, refrigerator,hot plate , volumetric flask,membrane filter 0.45 pm Ph Meter, Analytical balance, magnetic stirrer, burate, conical flask

zinc sulphate, sodium ascorbate. Ascorbic acid, Sodium acetate, acitic acid, sulphuric acid, sodium hydroxide, eriochrome cyanine, alluminium potassium sulphate, methyl orange , Di-sodium EDTA, Dehydrate Sulphuric acid, sodium hydroxide, hydrogen peroxide, potassium chromate, silver nitrate, phenophthalene indicator,sodium chloride Barium chloride , glycerol, hydrochloric acid, isopropyl alcohol, sodium chloride, sodium sulphate (anhydrous) Sulphuric acid, sodium carbonate, phenolphalene indicator methyl red , ethanol, bromocrosol indicator, Sodium chloride, erichrome black T, hydroxylamine hydrochloride, methanol, calcium carbonate, zink metal, pattern & readers hydrochloric acid, nitric acid, sodium hydroxide, disodium EDTA di-hydrate, potassium sulphate, Sodium chloride, Erichrome block T, hyraxylamine hydrochloride, Methonal, NH4CL, Ammonium hydroxide, sodium hydroxide,Tri ehenolamine, di-sodium

18

CALCIUM

EDTA method IS;3025 (PART40)

Analytical balance, hot plate, hot air oven digital, pHmeter,

19

MAGNECIUM

Volumetric REF:IS-3025 (part 46)

Analytical balance , hot plate, hotair oven digital, pH meter

20

RESIDUAL FREE CHLORENE

REF: IS-3025 (part 26)neutral ortho touled ene reagent method

Analytical balance , spectrophotometer, magnetic stirrer, conical flask

21

ANIONIC SURFACE ACTIVE AGENTS

Spectro metric REF:IS-13428 Annex k

Analytical balance , specto photo meter, Ph Meter, Water bath , thermo meter,heating mantle, Gas stipping apparatus, fume hood, separating funnel, evoperating dish, Air unit with flow meter,

EDTA di hydrite,Pottassium cyanide, potassium sulphate, pattern & readers, zinc metal, Hcl Di-potassium hydrogen phosphate, pot di hydrogen phosphate, di sulpho succninate, ortho toulendene dihydrochloride, Hcl, mercuric chloride, sodium orcenate, di-ethylene glycol monobutyl ether,potassium iodide, conc. H2so4 , sodium carbonate, sodium thio sulphate, EDTA chlorine solution, starch poder Dodecyl benzene sulphonic acid methyl ester, sodium chloride, ethyl acitate, chloroforam ethanol, methanol, sulphuric acid, methalene blue, sodium bi carbonate,sodium hydroxide, sodium carbonate, an hydrous phenophthalene indicator

22

SULPHIDE

Methelene blue method REF IS; 3025 (part29)

Analytical balance, spectrophotometer, droppers, Matches , test tubes,

NN di methyl P Phenylene ,Diamineoxalate, H2So4, Ferric chloride, methyl blue, diammonium hydrogen phosphate, sodium sulphite Lactose TTC Agar,tergitol7,TTC solution,tryptone soya agar,tryptone broth,macconkey

23

E-COLI

REF:IS 15185

Auto clave ,hot air oven digital,incubator digital , refrigerator,pH meter,colony counter, laminar air flow,vaccum

24

COLIFORM

REF:IS 15185

25

SULPHITE REDUCING ANAEROBES

Ref:annex c IS-13428

26

PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA

Ref:annex-D IS-13428

pump,thermo meter,lpg gas,Bunsen,burner,petri dishes ,pipettes,petri dishes container,pipettes container,filter assembly,membrane filter,o.45pm,dillusion bottles,media making utensils,inoculation loop Auto clave ,hot air oven digital,incubator digital , refrigerator,pH meter,colony counter, laminar air flow,vaccum pump,thermo meter,lpg gas,Bunsen,burner,petri dishes ,pipettes,petri dishes container,pipettes container,filter assembly,membrane filter,o.45pm,dillusion bottles,media making utensils,inoculation loop Auto clave ,hot air oven digital,incubator digital , refrigerator,pH meter,water bath,thermo meter,laminar air flow,lpg gas ,Bunsen burner ,pipette container , pipettes , screw capped bottle , volumetric pipettes , test tubes , dillusion bottles , media making utensils , iron wire Auto clave ,hot air oven digital,incubator digital , refrigerator,pH meter,analytical balance ,laminar airflow , lpg gas , Bunsen burner , dark chamber with uv lamp , vaccum pum , thermo meter , filter assembly , membrane filter 0.2pm ,

broth,EMB agar,tryptohan broth,indole reagent (kovacs reagent),oxidase reagent

Lactose TTC Agar,tergitol7,TTC solution,tryptone soya agar,indole reagent,(kovacs reagent), Oxidase reagent, violet red blue agar

Differential reinforced clostridial medium,sodium sulphite ,ferric citrate

Asparagines proline broth , ethanol , milk agar with cetrimide.

27

AEROBIC MICROBIAL COUNT

Ref:IS-5402

28

YEAST AND MOULD

Ref:IS - 5403

pipette container , petri dish container , pipette , petri dish , inoculation loop ,media making utensils Auto calve , hot air oven digital , incubator digital , incubator BOD , refrigerator analytical balance , water bath , thermo meter , pH meter , laminar air flow , lpg gas , Bunsen burner , pipette container , petri dish container , pipettes , petri dishes , media making utensils Auto clave , hot air oven , water bath , thermo meter , microscope , incubator BOD , refrigerator , analytical balance , pH meter , colony counter , laminar air flow , lpg gas , bunssen burner , filter assembly , membrane filter 0.45pm , pipette container , petri dish container , pipettes , petri dishes , dilution bottles , media making utensils

Plate count agar

Chloramphenicol yeast extract agar

Hygienic Practice
B-3.1 All possible precautions should be taken within The protected perimeter to avoid , any pollution of , Or external influence on the quality of ground or surface Water. Preventive measures should be taken for disposal of liquid , solid or gaseous waste that could pollute ground B-3.2 PROTECTION OF AREA OF ORIGIN The immediate surroundings of the extraction or collection area should be protected by limiting access to authorized persons only. Well heads and spring outflows should be protected by a suitable structure to prevent entry by unauthorized individuals, pests and other sources of extraneous matter. B-4 Transport of drinking water B-4.1 Means of transport, Piping and Reservoirs Vehicle, piping or reservoir used in processing of water from its source to the bottling facilities, should be ,made of inert material such as ceramic and stainless of which prevent any deterioration, be it by water, handling servicing or by disinfection. It should allow it by cleaning B-4.2 Maintenance of vehicles and reservoirs Any vehicle, or reservoir should be properly cleaned and If necessary , disinfected and kept in good repair so as not to present any danger of contamination to drinking water and deterioration of its quality B-5. Establishment for processing of drinking waterDesign and facilities B-5.1 location Establishment should be located in areas which are free from objectionable odors, smoke, dust or other contaminants and are not subject to flooding B-5.2 Roadways Areas, Used by wheeled traffic such road ways and areas serving the establishment which are within its boundaries or in its immediate vicinity should have a hand paved surface suitable The bore well is protected well and no liquid and solid wastes are disposed near the water source.

The plant area is separated from the surroundings by fencing and unauthorized person entry and pets could not be inside. Notice is provide prevent unauthorized persons inside.

The pipelines are made with Stainless steel and PVC wherever required and they are inert materials. The processed water storing tanks are made with stainless steel.

All the vehicles and reservoirs are cleaned and maintained properly as per cleaning schedule attached So contamination and deterioration of water quality is not possible

The whole premises is located in area free from objectionable odors, smoke, dust and contaminants. The premises i located higher than actual ground level so flooding is also not possible.

Hard paved roads are provided in the area of wheeled traffic. Good drainages is provided.

wheeled traffic. There should be adequate drainage and provision should be made for the protection of the extraction area B-5.3 Building and facilities B-5.3.1 Type of construction Building and facilities should be of sound B-5.3 Building and facilities

The building is constructed well an maintained good

B-5.3.2 DISPOSITION OF HOLDING FACILITIES Rooms for recreation ,for storing or packing of water And areas for cleaning of containers to be reused should be apart from the bottling area to prevent the end product from being contaminated . Raw material which come into contact with drinking water should be stored apart from other material. B-5.3.3 Adequate working space should be provided to allow for satisfactory performance of all operations B-5.3.4 The design should be such as to permit easy and adequate cleaning and to facilitate proper supervision of hygiene for drinking water. B-5.3.5 The building and facilities should be designed to Provide separation by partitions , location to other effec means between these operation cross-contamination . B-5.3.6 Buildings and facilities should be designed to facilitate hygienic operations by means of regulated flow in the process from the arrival of drinking water at the premises to the finished product, and should provide for appropriate conditions for the process of the product.

The filling area is separated from all the areas and raw materials for packing are stored in a separate place No possibility of contamination of end product

Good working area is provided to do all the operations

All the places are designed with easily washable materials so cleaning becomes easy. Good hygiene is maintained.

All the areas are separated with partitions made with mason work cross contamination is not possible. Operations are designed to facilitate hygienic movement of the process from the starting point to finished product Plant layout is enclosed. t

B-5.3.7.6 Stairs lift cages and auxiliary structures Platforms, ladders, chutes should be so situated and constructed as not to cause contamination to drinking water. Chutes should constructed with provision of inspection and cleaning hatches. B-5.3.7.7 Piping Piping for drinking water lines should be independent Of non-potable water B-5.3.7.8 In drinking water handling areas are all over head structure and fittings should be installed in such a manner as to avoid contamination directly or indirectly of drinking water and raw materials by consideration and drip and should not hamper cleaning operations. They should be insulated where appropriate and accumulating of dirt and to minimize condensation, mould growth and flaking. They should be easy to clean. B-5.3.7.9 Living quarters, toilets and areas where animals Are kept should be completely separated and should not Open directly on to drinking water handling areas B-5.3.7.10 Where appropriate, establishment should be Designed that access can be controlled. B-5.3.7.11 The use of material, which can not be adequately Cleaned and disinfected , such as wood. Should be avoided Unless its use would not be a source of contamination B-5.3.7.12 CANALIZATION DRAINAGE LINES Canalization and drainage and used water lines should be Built and maintained in such a manner as not to present any risk whatsoever of polluting the under ground water source. B-5.3.7.13 FUEL STORAGE AREA

Platforms ladders and chutes are situated and constructed as not to cause contamination to water Provision to inspect and clean is provided in chutes.

Seperated pipelines a water and non-potable water.re provided for processed All the overhead structures are installed in a good manner, accumulation of dirt is avoided, all are easy to clean.

Quarter and toilet is separated from the main premises it is not open directly on drinking water handling area. Establishment is designed to control the access.

Wood is totally avoided in the plant

Drains are providing appropriately that it wont pollute under ground water

No fuel storage is made

Any storage or tank for the storing of fuel such as coal Or hydro carbons should be designed, protected, controlled And maintained in such a manner as not to present risk of Pollution during the storage and manipulation of these fuels B-5.4 HYGIENIC FACILITIES B-5.4.1 WATER SUPPLY B-5.4.1.1 Ample supply of potable water under adequate Pressure and of suitable temperature should be available With adequate facilities for its storage, where ne And distribution with adequate protection against contamination. The portable water should confirm to the standard for drinking water( see is-10500) B-5.4.1.2 Potable water,non-potable waterfor steam Production or for refrigeration or for any other use Should be carried in separate lines with no cross Connection between them and without any chanceOf back siphon age . It would be desirable that these Lines be identified by different colors B-5.4.2 EFFLUENT AND WASTE DISPOSAL Establishment should have an efficient and waste Disposal system which should at all times maintained In good order and repair. All effluent lines should be Large enough to carry the full load and should be so Constructed as to avoid contamination of potable Water supplies. B-5.4.3 Changing Facilities and toilets Adequate ,suitable and conveniently located changing facilities and toilets should be provided in all establishments. Toilets should be so designed as to ensure hygienic removal of waste matter. These areas should not open directly on to drinking water handling areas. Hand washing Good disposal system to carry all the reject is provided. Ample and adequate water is available from protected bore well and transformed to storage and processing area with adequate protection.

Separate water lines are provided for reject , non portable water. No cross contamination is possible Back siphon age is not possible.

A dressing room is provided for changing facilities. The toilets are hygenically constructed with tiles laid . Good hand washing provisions are made. The toilets are not made open to the water handling areas. Soups, tissue papers are provided near the wash basins provided. All the washing areas are provided with washables. Notices are provided

facilities with warm or hot and cold water a suitable hand cleaning preparation and with suitable hygienic means of drying hands, should be provided with adjacent to toilets and in such a position that employees will have to use them when returning to process area. Where hot and cold water available mixing taps, should be provided. When paper towels are used , a sufficient number of dispensers and receptacles should be provided near each washing facility. Care should be taken that these receptacles for used paper towels are regularly emptied .Taps of a non hand opera table type are desirable. Notices should be posted directing personnel to wash their hands after using the toilets.

where ever necessary.

B-5.4.4 Hand washing facilities in processing areas Adequate and conveniently located facilities for hand Washing and drying should be provided wherever the Process demands. Where appropriate facilities for hand Disinfection should be provided. There should be suitable Hygienic means of drying hands. Where paper towels are Used , a sufficient number of dispensers and receptacles Should be provided adjacent to each washing facility. Taps of a non-hand operatable type are desirable. The Facilities should be furnished with properly traped waste Pipes leading to drains. B-5.4.5 Disinfection facilities

Hand washing facilities are provided in necessary localities with hygienic means for drying hands. Waste pip properly trapped to drain. Warm and cold water provided in the factory entrance.

Adequate facilities for cleaning and disinfection of

Where appropriate adequate facilities for cleaning and Disinfection of equipment should be provided. These Facilities should be constructed of corrosion resistant Materials, capable of being easily cleaned and should be Fitted with suitable means of supplying hot and cold Water in sufficient quantities. B-5.4.6 Lighting Adequate lighting should be provided throughout the Establishment. Where appropriate, the lighting should Alter colours and the intensity should not be less than 540 lux (50 foot candles) at all inspection points, 220 lux (20 foot candles) in work rooms 110 lux (10 foot candles) in other areas. Suspended light bulbs or fixtures in any stage of Production should be of a safer type and protected To vent, contamination of drinking water in case of a breakage. B5.4.7 Ventilation Adequate ventilation should be provided to prevent Excessive heat steam condensation and dust to contaminated air. The direction of the air flow should never from a Dirty area to a clean area. Ventilation openings should be Provided with a screen or other protecting enclousure of Non-corrodible material. Screens should be easily Removable for cleaning. B-5.4.8 Facilities for storage of waste and inedible material Facilities should be provided for the storage of waste and Inedible material prior to removable from the establishment These facilities should be designed to prevent acess to waste Or inedible material by pests to avoid contamination of Drinking water, buildings or road ways on the premminsses B-5.5 Equipments and Utensils

equipments are provided.

Adequate lighting is provided to ensure proper illumination as per given specification.

Light bulbs and fixtures are of safer type and protected.

Ventilation is provided adequately. The direction of air flow is from cleaned area throughout the building netlon screens are provided and these are easily removable for cleaning.

Facilities are provided for the storage of water, material and it is separated so as to prevent the carrying by pest to water handling area.

B5-5,1 Materials All equipments and utensils used in drinking water handling Areas and which may contact the drinking water should be Made of material which does not transmit toxic substances, Odour or taste is non-observent is resistant corrosion and Is capable of withstanding repeated cleaning and dis- Infection. Surfaces should be smooth and free from pits Crevices. The use of wood and other materials which Cannot be adequately cleaned , disinfection should be Avoided except when there use would not be a source Of contamination. B-5.5.2 Hygienic design, construction and installation B-5.5.2.1 All equipments and utensils should be so designed and Constructed as to prevent hazards and permit easy Through cleaning and disinfection B-6 Establishment B-6.1 Maintanance The buildings, equipments utensils and all other physical Facilities of the establishment, including drains should be Maintained in good repair and in an orderly condition B-6.2 Cleaning and disinfection B-6.2.1 To prevent contamination of drinking water, all Equipments and utenils should be cleaned frequently as Necessary and disinfected when ever circumstances demand B-6-2-2 Adequate precautions should be taken to prevent drinking water from being contaminated during cleaning or disinfection of rooms, equipments or utensils by wash water and detergents or by disinfectants and their Solutions. Detergents and disinfection should be Suitable for the purpose intended. Any residues of

All the equipments are made with materials which will not affect the quality of water. The contacting areas are made with tiles protection s surface is easily cleanable. Wood is totally avoided.

All the equipments and utensils are designed to prevent hazards and easy to clean and disinfect.

The building, equipments, utensils and all other physical facilities of the establishment , including drain or maintain in good repair and in an orderly way. All the equipments are cleaned and disinfected as per the cleaning schedule.

Disinfection is done as such it will not effect the nature of drinking water. The residues of the disinfecting agents are perfectly cleaned before the area is used for drinking water handling.

These agents on a surface which may come in contact in Drinking water should be removed by tharough rinsing With water, before the area or equipment is again used For handling water. B-6.2.3 Either immediately after cessation of work For the day or at such other time as may be apprOpriate floors, including drains auxiliary structure And walls of water handling area should be thoroughly Cleaned. B-6.2.4 Changing facility and toilets should be kept Clean at all times. B-6.2.5 Road ways and yards in the immediate Vicinity of and serving the premises should Be kept clean B-6.3 Hygiene Control Programes A Permanent cleaning and disinfection schedule Should be drawn up for establishment to ensure that all areas are appropriately cleaned and that critical areas equipment and material are designed for special attention. An individual who should preferably be a permanent member of the staff of the establishment and whose duties should be independent of production should be appointed to be responsible for the cleanliness of the establishment. He should have thorough understanding in the significance of contamination and the hazards involved. All cleaning personnel should be well trained in cleaning techniques B-6.4 Storage and disposal of water Waste material should be handled in such a manner as to avoid contamination of drinking water. care should be taken to prevent access to Yes, the water handling areas are cleaned regularly before handling of water and after completion

Changing facilities and toilets are kept clean always Road ways and yards are kept clean always

Yes the cleaning schedule is made and it is applied. The copy is attached with this. One person is appointed specially to maintain this. All the working members are specially to maintain this. All the working members are given training to maintain this.

Waste material are handled as it could not affect water and access of waste by pests is prevented by using insect catchers or any equipment which come into contact with waste is cleaned and

waste by pests. Waste should be removed from the water handling and other working areas as often as necessary and atleast daily. Immediately after disposal of the waste acceptable used for storage and any equipment which can come into contact with the waste should be cleaned and disinfected.

disinfected

B-6.5 Exclusion of animals Animals that are uncontrolled are that could be a hazard to health should be excluded from establishment. B-6.6 Pest control B-6.6.1 There should be an effective and continuous program for the control of pests. Establishment and surrounding areas should be regularly examined for evidence of infestation. B-6.6.2 If pests gain entry in the establishment eradication measures should be instituted. Control measures involving treatment with chemical, physical or biological agents should only be undertaken by or under direct supervision o personnel who have a thorough understanding of the potential hazards to health resulting from the use of these agents, including those hazards which may arise from residues retained by the drinking water.

No animals are allowed inside the premises and Fence is provided outside the plant to prevent the entry. Regular inspection for pest and eradication is done in the establishment

Pest is totally controlled in the establishment and the treatments are taken care by the microbiologist who is well known with the effects of using the chemical and biological agents to kill pests .

B-6.6.3 Pesticides should only be used if other precaut ionay Measures cannot be used effectively. Before pesticides are Applied, care should be taken to safeguard drinking water, Equipments and utensils from contamination, Afterapplication Contaminated equipments and utensils should be thoroughly Cleaned to remove residues prior to being used again.

Pesticides are not used

B-6.7 Storage of Hazardous Substances B-6.7.1 Pesticides or other substances which may present a hazard to health should be suitably labeled with a warning about their toxicity and use. They should be stored in locked rooms or cabinets, and properly trained personnel or by persons under strict prevision of trained personnel. Extreme care should be taken to avoid contamination. B-6.7.2 Except when necessary for hygienic of processing Purpose. No substance which could be used or stored in Drinking water handling areas. B-6.8 Personal Effects and Clothing Personal effects and clothing should not be deposited in Driknking water handling areas B-7Personal hygienic and health requirements B-7.1 Hygeinic Training Managers of establishments should arrange for adequate and continuing training of all water and in personal hygienic that they understand the precautions necessary to prevent contamination of drinking areas

No Pesticide is used.

No substance is handled in water handling area.

No they are not deposited in drinking water handling area. The managers are trained effectively as per the guidance of the BIS standards. The precautions and preventive measures are teached as per the standards.

B-7.2 Medical Examination Persons who come into contact with drinking water in course of their work should have a medical examination prior to employment if the official agency having jurisdiction acting on medical advice. Considers that this is necessary whether because of epidemiological considerations or the medical history of the prospective water handlers. Medical examination of the water handlers should be periodically carried out and when clinically or epidemiologically indicated. B7.3 Communicable Diseases The management should take care to ensure that no person, whther known or suspected to be suffering or to be a carrier of a disease likely to be affiliated with B-7.4 INJURIES Any person who has a cut or wound shouldnot continue to handle drinking water or contact surfaces until the injury is completely protected with a waterproof covering which is firmly secured, and such is conspicuous in colour. Adequate first-aid utilities should be provided for this purpose.

Medical examination is done and those are attached with this application.

Persons who are having communicable diseases are not allowed inside, notice is provided wherever necessary.

Persons with open wounds are not allowed inside the factory

B-5.3.7 Drinking water handling , storing and bottling areas B-5.3.7.1 Floors Where appropriate, should be water-proof , non absorbentWashable, non-slip and non-toxic materials, without crevices, and should be easy to clean and disinfect. Where appropriate, floors should have sufficient slope for liquid to drain to tapped outlet. B-5.3.7.2 Walls Where appropriate , should be of water proof, n absorbent, washable and non-toxic materials and should be light colored. Up to a height appropriate for the operation they should be a smooth and without cervices, and should be easy to clean and disinfect. Where appropriate, angles between walls, between walls and floors, and between walls and ceilings should be sealed and smoothen to facilitate cleaning. B-5.3.7.3 Ceilings Should be so designed, constructed and finished as to prevent the accumulation of dirt and minimize condensation, mould growth and flaking and should be easy to clean. B-5.3.7.4 Windows Windows and other openings should be so constructed as to avoid accumulation of dirt and those which open should be fitted with screens . Screens should be easily easily movable for cleaning and kept in good repair. Internal window sills should be sloped to prevent use as shelves. B-5.3.7.5 Doors Should have smooth, non absorbent surfaces and where appropriate be self closing and close fitting type.

The water handling areas are provided with ceramic tiles wherever necessary. Good slope is given for drainage facilities.

The areas where the water could spell in walls are provided with light colored ceramic tiles up to a height of 4 feet. Wallss and ceilings are provided with smoothened edges.

Building is designed as such it prevents the accumulation of dirt and minimizes condensation, mould growth and flaking. All the places are easy to clean. Windows are constructed as such it avoids accumulation of dirt all the windows are provided with net and they are easily washable.

Doors are provided with self closing provision whenever required.

B-7.5 Washing of Hands Every person, while on duty in a drinking water handling area, chlorine pit is Should wash t6he hands frequently and thoroughly with a And persons Suitable hand cleaning preparation under running warm water. educated to Hands should always be washed before commencing work, entering water Wash basin and disinfecting

provided wherever necessary.

who are handling people are

wash hands and legs before

Immedietly after using the toilet after handling contaminated provided wherever Material which might be capable of transmitting disease, hands Should be washed and disinfected immediately. Notices requiring Hand washing should be displayed. There should be adequate Supervision to ensure compliance with this requirement. B-7.6 Personal Cleanliiness Every person engaged in a drinking water handling area should provided with Maintain a high degree of personal cleanliness while on duty, caps, cleanaAnd should at all times while so engaged wear suitable protective jewelry are not

handling area. Notice is

necessary.

Water handling persons are

apron glouse, Mask, coat and

ble foot wear. People with

Clothing includibg head covering and footwear, all of which should Be cleanable unless designed to be disposed off and should be Cleanable unless designed to be dispossedoff and should be maintained In a clean condition consistent with the nature of the work in which The person is engaged. Aprons and similar items should not be Washed on the floor. When drinking water is manipulated by Hand, any jewellery that cannot be adequately disinfected Should be removed from the hands.Personnel should not wear Any insecure jewellery when engaged in handling drinking water. B-7.7 Personal Behavior Any behavior which could reach in contamination or drinking such bad habits Water, such as eating, use of tobacco, chewing (for example gum, sticks, factory. Seperate Betel nuts, etc) or unhygienic practices such as spitting, should be appropriate position. prohibited in drinking water handling areas. B-7.8Visitors Precautions should be taken to prevent visitors as far as inside. Separate Possible from visiting the drinking water handling areas. If unavailable, the visitors should observe the provisions Of B6.8 and B-7.3 B7.9 Supervision Responsible for ensuring compliance by all personnel with the micro-

allowed inside the factory.

People who are having

are not allowed inside the

notice is provided in

Visitors are not allowed

notice is provided for it.

This responsibility is given to

All requirements of B-6.1 to B-6.8 and the responsibility him. Should be specifically allocated to competent supervisory Personnel. B-8,Establishment; hygienic Processing requirements B-8.1 Raw Materil Requirements Guarantee a good and stable quality of drinking water, the obtained from bore Quality criteria should be monitored regularly. B8.2 Should there be a perceptible lacking meeting the requirement. Requirements, necessary correct measures are immediately To be taken. B8-3 Treatment The treatment may include decantation,filtration and carbon,filters, R.O Combination filtration (for example membrance filters, depth Treatement and Filter, cartridge filters activated carbons, demineralization,reverse Osmosis, aeration and disinfection. B-83.1 Processing should be supervised and technically competent well experienced Personnel. B8.3.2 All steps in the product from process in Indian packing, hygienically, and Should be performed without unnecessary delay and under condition contamination is not

biologist and maintained by

Good drinking water is

Well. The water is meeting the

The treatement is by sand,

membrance filtration, U.V

Ozonation.

Processing is supervised by

Technical person product is packed

immediately so

Which will prevent the possibility of contamination, deterioration or The growth of pathogenic and spoilage micro-organisms. B-8.3.3 Rough treatement of containers should be avoided to containers is Prevent the possibility of contamination on the processed Product. B-8.3.4 Treatement are necessary controls and should be such provided. As to protect against contamination or a development of a Public health hazard and against determination within the Limits of good commercial practice. B-8.4 Packing Material and Containers B-8.4.1 All packing materials should be stored in a clean provided.No And hygienic manner.The material should be appropriate substance For the product to be packed and for the expected conditions needed Of storage and should not transmit to the product objectionable the Substance beyond the limits specified the packing material Should be sound and should provide approptriate protection From contamination only packing material required for Immediate use should be kept in the packing or filling area. B-8.4.2 Product containers should not have been used for other

possible.

No rough treatement of

encouraged.

Good treatment is

Good storing facilities are

contamination and other

transmission is allowed. Only

packing material is allowed inside

packing area.

No containers which are used for

Any purpose that may lead to contamination of the product new containers In case of new containers it there is a possibility that they have been with disinfectContaminated should be cleaned and disinfected when chemical Containers are Are used for these purpose, the container should be unused Containers should be inspected immediately before filling. B-8.5 Filling and sealing of Containers B-8.5.1 Packing should be done under conditions that standards. Preclude the introduction of containers in the product. B-8.5.2 The method , equipment and material used for appropriate that it Sealing should guarantee a tight and impervious sealing water and should not damage the containers nor deteriorate the physical , chemical, microbiological and organoleptic qualities of drinking water. B-8.6 Packaging of Containers The packaging of containers should protect the later allow the from contamination and damage and allow appropriate container. filling and storing. B-8.7 Lot identification The container shall be permanently marked with code to and maintained

materials are used. In case of

they are washed and cleaned

ants to prevent contamination.

inspected properly before filling.

Packing is done as per

The sealing is good and

wont damage the quality of

The packing is done as it will not

contaminants to enter in to the

Coding for lot system is arranged

Identify the producing factory and lot. A lot is quantity Of drinking water produced under identical conditions, all packages of which should bear a lot number that identifies the production during a particular time, interval and usually from a particular processing line or other processing unit. B-8.8 Processing and production records Permanent , legible and dated records of pertinent reports and the Processing and production details should be kept maintained as per the Consuming each lot. Test records should be retained inspection For a period that exceeds the shelf life of the product Of longer if required. Records should also be kept of the Intial distribution by lot. B-8.9Product Durablity Product durability shall be declared on the container shelf life study As per 7.1 (g) Shall be based on in-how self life study And proper checks and records be maintained for the Conformity of the declared product durability.

properly after obtaining license.

Production and processing

testing reports will be

scheme of testing and

Product durability is declared and

is done as per the STI.

B-8.10 Storage and transportation of the end product The end-product should be stored and transported under per the standards The end product is stored as

Such conditions as will preclude contamination with and/or it wont Proliferation of micro organisms and protect against During storage the Deterioration of the product or damage to the container. drinking purpose During storage periodic inspections of the end-product Should take place to ensure that only drinking water which Is fit for human consumtion is dispatched and that the endProduct specification are complied with.

and transport is done such as

contaminate the water.

Water is tested for it is fit to

or not.