To what extent were the changes in sanitation main

ly responsible forBristol’s improved healthiness between 1849 and 1870? In 1869 the Times reported that Bristol was one of the healthiest towns in the country. Yet just less than quarter of a century earlier that same newspaper made a very different claim. Bristol was seen as the third most unhealthy town in Britain. If we […]

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Rural Sanitation in Ghana

Rural water and sanitation in Ghana is considered and seen as a social issue and not merely a technical or financial one. Sanitation, in general has always been an afterthought in past water and sanitation programmes in Ghana until the launch of the country’s Community Water and Sanitation Programme (CWSP) in 1994 when situation reversed. […]

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Sanitation practices in the Food and Beverage Industry

1) Provide appropriate clothing to prevent product contamination. Factory clothing should be hygienically designed to prevent foreign bodies from shedding directly (i.e., lint, buttons) or indirectly (i.e., outside pockets from which objects can fall out into product). Whenever possible, smocks should not have outside pockets. Many aprons, gloves and smocks used in food production are […]

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