Conditions relating to public health, esp. the provision of clean drinking water and adequate sewage disposal,
Conditions relating to public health, esp. the provision of clean drinking water and adequate sewage disposal
the state of being clean and conducive to health
making something sanitary (free of germs) as by sterilizing
(sanitate) provide with sanitary facilities or appliances
The hygienic disposal or recycling of waste; The policy and practice of protecting health through hygienic measures
Sanitation reduces the number of pathogens or bacteria on a surface.
Public cleanliness. Community sanitation efforts include disease prevention, hygiene, and keeping public places free of waste.
Comprises Sewerage and Solid waste management (see below). Sanitary engineering, smoke regulation, and other health activities are classified under Health.
The process of maintaining clean, hygienic conditions by the proper disposal of garbage and human waste. Good sanitation practices help prevent disease.
The act of reducing microbial organisms on cleaned food contact surfaces to a safe level.
The removal of dead or damaged trees, or trees susceptible to insect and disease attack such as intermediate and suppressed trees, essentially to prevent the spread of pest or pathogens and to promote forest health. (FEMAT, IX-30)
methods of protecting public health, especially by removing and treating waste.
destruction of infected and infested plants or plant parts.
Measures for hygiene, such as sewage and garbage disposal.
Collection and depollution of waste and drain water.
Households that have flush or chemical toilets.
Action taken to protect from illness, the transmission of disease, or loss of life due to unclean surroundings, the presence of disease transmitting insects or rodents, unhealthful conditions or practices in the preparation of food and beverage, or the care of personal belongings.
The term involves interventions to reduce people’s exposure to diseases by providing a clean environment in which to live and with measures to break the cycle of disease. ...
Sanitation is the process of putting an environment into a state that will not harm human health. For instance, properly cleaning and disinfecting the restroom will reduce the human health risks by killing the harmful germs.
Sanitation is a process of putting an area or environment into a condition that is free from health risks for human health. This is done through sanitizers or disinfectants that are applied to surfaces and objects within the area.
Activities such as cleaning that ensure food will not become contaminated from the environment in which it is prepared.
The process of removing filth which may harbor bacteria and viruses.
Removing sources of pests so as few pests as possible get into your garden.
is the hygienic means of preventing human contact from the hazards of wastes to promote health. Hazards can be either physical, microbiological, biological or chemical agents of disease. ...
Capacity of the mixture to keep its original volume while going from the freshly placed to hardened state, without being contracted or expanded.
The process of keeping drinking water, foods, or any anything else with which people come into contact free of microorganisms such as viruses.