Inedible Eggs (Download Risk Assessment)

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Inedible Egg Product (to Pasteurization or Landfill) Product Summary (from Premises without Poultry)

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RISK ASSESSMENT

Inedible egg product (INEP) (dried, frozen, or liquid egg product that is unfit for human consumption) originating from a premises without poultry in an HPAI Control Area moving to a landfill or in tankers to a pasteurization facility represents a negligible risk, provided that the permit guidance below has been met. INEP moving from premises without poultry to pasteurization or a landfill may move within or out of the Control Area by permit.

PERMIT Guidance
  • Traceability information (premises ID, GPS coordinates, or other) is available.
  • The premises’ of origin (stand-alone processing plant) biosecurity measures are acceptable to State and Federal officials.
  • The epidemiological assessment is complete (premises of origin) and indicates no dangerous contacts with Infected Premises.
  • Truck & driver biosecurity is implemented.
EXAMPLE PERMITTING TIMELINE FOR INEP FROM PREMISES WITHOUT POULTRY

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Inedible Egg Product (to Pasteurization) Product Summary (from Premises with Poultry)

Click here for updated permit guidance materials (May 2017)
RISK ASSESSMENT

Inedible egg product (INEP) (dried, frozen, or liquid egg product that is unfit for human consumption) originating from a premises with poultry in an HPAI Control Area moving to a pasteurization facility represents a low risk, provided that the permit guidance below has been met. INEP moving from premises with poultry to pasteurization may move within or out of the Control Area by permit.

PERMIT Guidance
  • Inedible egg product is moving from a premises that meets the criteria for a Monitored Premises designation and has a national premises identification number.
  • Truck & driver biosecurity is implemented.
  • Product-specific biosecurity is implemented.
  • For egg breaking premises with poultry onsite: Two negative RRT-PCR tests are required before the first movement of INEP to pasteurizing at an inline facility.
EXAMPLE PERMITTING TIMELINE FOR INEP TO PASTEURIZATION FROM PREMISES WITH POULTRY

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Inedible Egg Product (to Landfill) Product Summary (from Premises with Poultry)

Click here for updated permit guidance materials (May 2017)
RISK ASSESSMENT

Inedible egg product (INEP) (dried, frozen, or liquid egg product that is unfit for human consumption) originating from a premises with poultry in an HPAI Control Area moving to a landfill represents a negligible risk, provided that the permit guidance below has been met. INEP moving from premises with poultry to a landfill may move within or out of the Control Area by permit.

PERMIT GUIDANCE
  • Inedible egg product is moving from a premises that meets the criteria for a Monitored Premises designation and has a national premises identification number.
  • Truck & driver biosecurity is implemented.
  • Product-specific biosecurity is implemented.
  • For egg breaking premises with poultry onsite: One negative RRT-PCR for HPAI within 24 hours prior to movement.
EXAMPLE PERMITTING TIMELINE FOR INEP TO LANDFILL  

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