Property exposure is high due to the equipment or machinery used in processing, dust from grain that can cause explosions or act as a fuel source, and fire load from packaging materials. Ignition sources include cooking equipment and fuel, overheating and wear on machinery, and poor wiring. Fuel sources include raw materials, finished alcoholic products, and packaging materials. All machinery should be grounded to prevent static buildup and discharge. Due to its combustibility, an ammonia detection system should be in place if ammonia is used as a refrigerant. With any food product, even a small fire loss can be significant as provincial, local or federal regulations may require the disposal of major portions of stock and raw materials that have been exposed to fire, smoke, heat or water. Procedures for recycling and for the cleaning and sterilizing bottles should be in place. Separation of raw material, processing, and final product are important in controlling the exposure to fire loss. Business income exposure may be high due to the use of specialized machinery and equipment that may be difficult to repair or replace quickly.