Chlorine Dioxide

R&D company with unique environmental purification technology

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JECFA
JECFA

ADI(Acceptable daily intake) A-Class

Japan Health and Welfare
Japan Health and Welfare

Oxidative disinfection of beverages, bleaching of wheat flour, disinfection of grass, public hot water, general

Licensed for antiseptic disinfectio

US Department of Agriculture Organic Farming Materials
US Department of Agriculture Organic Farming Materials

Association Sterilization of edible sprout Approved

NASA
NASA

Spacecraft Food Selected as Sterilizer

WHO
WHO

A1 grade, the safest standard among food additives, for safety

Eco-friendly sterilization, disinfection and deodorant classification criteria → Classified as the highest grade "A-1" (1999)

CAS No. : 10049-04-4

Assessmment of Hazard Exposure (Fire, Explosion) and Human Exposure (Inhalation/skin/Eyes/Ingestion)

USDA(US Department of Agriculture Food Safety Inspection Bureau)
USDA(US Department of Agriculture Food Safety Inspection Bureau)

Food, meat, sterilization permission

American Food Poisoning Prevention
American Food Poisoning Prevention

Selected as Sterilizer for meat of high food poisoning risk

Food and Drug Administration
Food and Drug Administration

Registered as a food additive in 1998 21 CFR 173.300

Registered as a ClO2 food additive (1988)

Permission to use ClO2 Dissolved Water for red meat-related products (2004)

Licensed to use ClO2 Dissolved Water for red meat processing, canning, seafood, ice and processing equipment (2007)

Environment Protect Agency
Environment Protect Agency

Definition of usage and method of use by determining suitability for use in 2006

EPA 738-R-06-007

Registered ClO2 Dissolved Water as a disinfectant (1968)

Registered ClO2 gas as a disinfectant (1988)

Registered ClO2 as a disinfectant a for drinking water (1988)

European Union
European Union

Recommended to Member States for use as drinking water disinfectant in 1998. Annex V

EU Commission: Classifies ClO2 as a drinking water disinfectant (2006)

Northern Ireland and Ireland: allowed as food additives

French Environment Agency: Permit to use chlorine dioxide as a disinfectant

Ministry of Environment (Korea)
Ministry of Environment (Korea)

Accepted as a disinfectant under the Drinking Water Management Act of 1999 (less than 1ppm)
-Ministry of Environment Notice 1999-173

Ministry of Environment: Guidelines for the installation of water treatment facilities, evaluating CLO2 as the most economical (2002)

KFDA: Approval for sterilization of foods such as fruits / vegetables (2007)

Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs: Food Industry Promotion Act No. 9759, Licensed for Processing Organic Products (2008)

Food and Drug Administration: Licensed for sanitary management of fish and shellfish such as sashimi and aquarium (2009)

Agriculture, Forestry and Livestock Quarantine Headquarters: Licensed for surface treatment of livestock products (2010)

Korea Food & Drug Administration (Korea)
Korea Food & Drug Administration (Korea)

Licensed for sterilization of food additives, fruits and vegetables in 2007
-KFDA Notice No. 2007-74

Designated for use as a sanitary management material for sushi restaurants in 2009
KFDA Notice No. 2009-66

Canceled the designation of chlorine disinfectant sodium isocyanate dichloride in 2009 and recommended the use of chlorine dioxide -KFDA Notice No. 2009-103

Ministry of Food, Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (Korea)
Ministry of Food, Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (Korea)

Licensed for processing aids in organic products in 2008
Food Industry Promotion Act No. 9759

Provision of chlorine dioxide disinfection method in livestock epidemic prevention method in 2008
Article 20, Paragraph 2 of the Enforcement Rule of the Livestock Transmission Prevention Act

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