Factsheets for the Molluscan Shellfish Industry
The NoroCORE Team has developed one-page information factsheets for the molluscan shellfish industry, one specifically for marinas/boat launch area management and two for harvesters & recreational boaters. These information sheets explain the risks posed to the molluscan shellfish industry by norovirus contamination, as well as important measures that can be taken by these groups to control and prevent virus contamination of shellfish. Click the links below to view and download PDFs of the information sheets.
- For Marinas/Boat Launch Management: Toilet Waste (coming soon!)
- For Harvesters & Boaters: Toilet Waste (coming soon!)
- For Harvesters & Boaters: Your Vomit Matters
“The Interstate Shellfish Sanitation Conference (ISSC) was formed in 1982 to foster and promote shellfish sanitation through the cooperation of state and federal control agencies, the shellfish industry, and the academic community.”
The ISSC is a cooperative effort of state and federal control agencies, the shellfish industry, and the academic community. It works to achieve better shellfish sanitation through the adoption of uniform procedures (the Interstate Shellfish Sanitation Program), the provision of regulatory sanitation guidelines, the dissemination of current information related to the issue, and the provision of a forum for its stakeholders (government, industry, and academia) to resolve issues concerning shellfish sanitation.