Allegheny County Well being Division closes 2 companies – Pittsburgh information

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The Health Department says Gold Door was closed for operating without a health permit. The business also had other violations like a sewage leak in the unused basement and failure to submit plans before operating a food facility. At Dunkin’ Donuts, the Health Department says sewage leaking from a grease trap created a large puddle on the floor that employees walked through, spreading contamination throughout the building. Other violations include a lack of signs telling employees to wash their hands and using the handwashing sink for ice disposal.

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