Saw a picture of someone filling up a paint container with water in a drinking fountain today, and people raised a fuss because it puts a chemical near a "food source". Same goes for washing dishes and hands in the same sink, and that a health inspector would ding you real fast if they knew you were washing paint containers and dishes in the same place. None of these are a problem for me but its news to me, I get it with a proffessional kitchen or doing it in a school kitchen, or somewhere actually putting out food for people, but I've never had a health inspector go anywhere near a theatre space (with the exception of a catering kitchen and our bars). Are the FDA rules really applied that broadly? Or has it just never come up in my life till now?