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R&J Petrol allowed to reopen

The Putnam County Health Department (PCHD) temporarily closed R&J Petrol (located at 306 W Pat Rady Way, Bainbridge, IN) on April 28, 2022 due to violations for Rule 410 IAC 7-24 and Putnam County Ordinance 2015-3-2. However, after follow-up inspections, R&J Petrol were allowed to reopen the food service in their establishment.


The PCHD and its authorized agents completed two follow-up inspections; the first on Friday, May 6, 2022 and the second on Monday, May 9, 2022. After the May 9 inspections, R&J Petrol was given the green light to once again begin selling potentially hazardous food once again in accordance with their issued permit.


The original violations that needed to be corrected in order to reopen include: 

  • Hand Washing Facility; Location
  • Hand Washing Facility; Maintenance
  • Drying Mops · Function Of Temperature Measuring Devices
  • Sanitizing Solutions; Testing Devices · Hand Drying Provisions · Toilet Room Receptacle; Covered
  • Outside Receptacles · Protected Outer Coverings
  • Controlling Pests
  • Physical Structures; Restrictions And Frequency Of Cleaning
  • Food Storage
  • Equipment Food-Contact Surfaces, Nonfood-Contact Surfaces And Utensils
  • Not Potentially Hazardous Food Contact Surfaces Cleaning Frequency
  • Separation Of Poisonous Or Toxic Materials
  • Plumbing System Maintained In Good Repair
  • Repairing Premises, Structures, And Attachments
  • Repair And Proper Adjustment Of Equipment
  • Time And Temperature Control Of Frozen Food
  • Removing Dead Or Trapped Birds, Insects, Rodents, And Other Pests
  • Packaged And Unpackaged Food; Separation, Packaging, And Segregation Manual Or Machine Ware washing; Chemical Sanitation; Temperature, Ph, Concentration