NSF International E-newsletter - Feburary

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                                     — Feb., 2018


News & Events

* NSF Webinar  - Overview of ISO/IEC 17025:2017

* Welcome to visit NSF at Hotelex 2018

NSF Chinese Website

Have you noticed that NSF Chinese website has been launched?Welcome to login www.nsf.org.cn to view our new look.


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Food Equipment Program

Visit NSF at Hotelex 2018                 

Come and visit NSF International in booth #W1H03 and meet our team of food equipment experts. NSF can help your company with food equipment testing and certification in the following areas:

  • Food service bakery, pantry and cafeteria
  • Commercial ware-washing
  • Powered hot-food holding and transport
  • Dispensing freezers
  • Commercial refrigerators and freezers
  • Home Product Certification
  • And more...

Food Safety Program

Food Safety at Holiday Parties

Holidays are a time of celebration with family and friends. A sure way to damper the festive mood is the presence of foodborne illnesses. View this video tips to help make sure that you avoid foodborne illness at your dinner parties and keep it from becoming an uninvited guest at your next holiday gathering.

Here are the top five things to remember:

  • Buy and thaw food safely

  • Clean your kitchen

  • Prepare the food properly Avoid cross-contamination

  • Cook food to proper temperature

  • Promptly store leftovers    >Read more

Food Safety


Water Program

U.S CBS News Interviewed NSF International DWTU Expert Rick Andrew 
Rick Andrew

A report by the non-profit Environmental Working Group (EWG) found that water supplied by at least some utilities in all 50 states contained a known carcinogen called radium, reports CBS News correspondent Anna Werner.Radium is just one of hundreds of contaminants found in drinking water systems nationwide like arsenic, cadmium, pesticides and metals including hexavalent chromium and lead. In Newburgh, New York, the state is building a brand new water treatment plant to remove a toxic chemical known as PFOS from the water supply with the price tag of $50 million.But not all cities can afford a major overhaul of their treatment systems. So what's a consumer to do, if they want cleaner, safer water at home? CBS News interviewed NSF International DWTU expert Rick Andrew to seek the answers and tips for consumers about these questions on 31 Jan., 2018. Learn more details, please click "NSF International's Consumer Tips for Choosing A Treatment Device to Reduce Contaminants", or contact us at nsfchina@nsf.org, +86 4008210702.

 NSF International's Consumer Tips for Choosing A Water Filter to Reduce Contaminants

Recent studies and news reports have many Americans concerned about the possibility of contaminants in their drinking water. Fortunately, a wide variety of residential drinking water treatment and filtration devices are available. But how do consumers choose a filter that is sure to work?

NSF International, the global public health organization that led the development of national drinking water standards in the United States, independently tests and certifies drinking water treatment units and filters so consumers can be sure the products do what the manufacturers say they will do. This is especially important for filters and devices that claim to reduce potentially harmful contaminants like arsenic, lead, PFOA, PFOS, microcystin and radium. > Read more

Upcoming Events

You are welcomed to join in following trade shows and seminars/forums at which NSF will be presented in 2018: 

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NSF International is a global independent organization that writes standards, and tests and certifies products for the water, food, health sciences and consumer goods industries to minimize adverse health effects and protect the environment (nsf.org). Founded in 1944, NSF is committed to protecting human health and safety worldwide. Operating in more than 165 countries, NSF International is a Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborating Center on Food Safety, Water Quality and Indoor Environment.

Visit NSF China Website

NSF International's China Operation Center:

NSF Shanghai Co., Ltd.  - No.258, Wuyi Road, Shanghai, 200050, nsfchina@nsf.org, 400.821.0702 , www.nsf.org.cn
NSF (Shanghai) Testing Technology Co., Ltd.,-  Room# D/F, 1st floor, Building#10, No. 1188, Lianhang road, PujiangZhigu,  Minhang district, Shanghai, 201112, chinalab@nsf.org, +86 21-24286300, www.nsf.org.cn

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