Wash. Admin. Code § 16-101X-050 - Under what circumstances may the director initiate revocation action against the grade A license of a producer or processor?

Current through Register Vol. 21-24, December 15, 2021

The director may initiate revocation proceedings against a dairy producer or milk processor whenever that producer or processor has had his or her milk processing plant operation or dairy farm operation degraded for repeated violations and/or had his or her Grade A producer's license or milk processing plant license suspended and/or his or her milk degraded due to temperature violations, excessive coliform bacteria counts, total bacterial counts, or somatic cell counts, more than four times within a continuous three year period. A license may also be revoked as provided for in RCW 15.36.401 or 15.36.411.


Wash. Admin. Code § 16-101X-050

Statutory Authority: RCW 15.36.021. 96-24-058 (Order 6006), § 16-101X-050, filed 11/27/96, effective 12/28/96.

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