I'm just in the process of setting up my larder properly, with a view to registering as an FBO - small scale, only processing my own deer etc. I'm following the relevant hygiene guidance in terms of layout (in fur / skinned areas, potable hot/cold water) but I wondered what I might put on the walls to provide an impermeable and wipeable surface?
Stainless steel sheet would be nice but I'd have to sell the house. I've looked at various types of plastic sheet but I'd need 15+ sheets and the cost is getting pretty high. Given that the interior of the building is lined with marine ply, is there any reason I couldn't give everything a couple of coats of commercial-grade white gloss paint and just use white plastic polypropylene sheets for key food prep' areas? All joints will be sealed with silicone.
The flooring is concrete in the intake / wet area and will be commercial non-slip flooring over marine ply in the other area. I know that I need to speak to my local Council but I'm just wondering aloud, trying to estimate a budget.
Does anyone have any practical experience to share?