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What Is Sanitation?

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Sanitation basically is a hygienic disposal or recycling of waste. It also considered as a practice that allows protecting health only with the help of hygienic measures. It is also commonly understood as term that is sued for treatment of waste water.

Sanitation in the food industry refers to the sufficient conduct of food-contact surfaces by a procedure that is efficient in throwing away vegetative cells of micro-organisms of public health significance. But this is done in such a way that no product is affected in any way so that customers are assured of complete safety. In addition, in industries such as food and Biopharmaceutical, this term refers to completely cleanable with the help of Clean-in-place (CIP), and also Sterilization in place SIP procedures.
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Sanitation helps you keep clean. It also helps us to keep out from germs such as using sanitizers
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Sanitation has various different forms such as food sanitation, on-site sanitation, food sanitation, ecological sanitation, basic sanitation and lastly environmental sanitation. Environmental sanitation in related to the total control over the environmental factors that are inter-related to the transmission of the various different types and kinds of diseases. IF you require more information, I hope this would be helpful, en.wikipedia.org.
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The UNESCO defines sanitation as 'Maintaining clean, hygienic circumstances that help avoid disease through services such as waste collection and waste water removal'. Sanitation essentially looks at controlling all the possible factors in the environment that surrounds us, that could threaten society's survival or development. Sanitation is a term generally used with respect to health and undertaken in order to protect oneself from disease or illness. It could imply a number of things such as the timely and correct disposal (or recycling) of waste. Sanitation systems gain even more importance as far as water supply and sewage discharge is concerned. Sanitation and cleanliness go hand in hand but today have come under a lot of cloud in most of the under developed countries. The root cause for this is the fact that these places suffer not only from over population and over crowding issues but also that they lack the basic funds and infrastructure required to build an effective sanitation model.
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Sanitation is a clean way to keep you safe in your enviorment
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Sanitation has many different forms but they all mean that they clean something and remove germs and other nasty funky stuff. I hope this helps answer your question.
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Promote health...
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For example when you keep thing sanitized you keep them clean, with very few germs. People will also sanitize there hands after going to a germy place which means clean them!

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