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"The most primitive ways were extremely unsanitary. In the barrel-and-bucket system, waste fall into barrels then collected by buckets.
"We will take the Member National Assembly (MNA), councillor and other officials of whatever area is depicted in the photo to task [over the unsanitary conditions]," Justice Nisar said.
The tables were also unsanitary as many germs were found on them, including staphylococcus aureus, which can cause skin rashes, vomiting and diarrhea, the agency said.
Among the dangers to newborn health highlighted in the Healthy Start campaign are unsanitary health care settings--an issue also explored in a March report from the World Health Organization and UNICEF, which found that 38 percent of health care facilities around the world lacked an improved water source.
What they found were 99 cats living in crates "stacked floor-to-ceiling in unsanitary conditions," the Albany (http://www.timesunion.com/local/article/Woman-rejects-help-despite-67-dead-cats-4224944.php) Times Union reported.
WEBSTER - The Board of Health, which last month lifted a cease-and-desist order against a Chinese restaurant that had an infestation of cockroaches and unsanitary conditions, shut down Empire Wok again yesterday.
Yet this comes on foot of a damning report which has slammed the prison as filthy and unsanitary.
The disease is transmitted through unsanitary butchering of infected livestock the Health Ministry said.
Manual cleaning is time consuming and can expose operators to unsanitary conditions.
In every respect, a chalice would be infinitely preferable to the potentially unsanitary use of paper cups to which Ms.
over unsanitary conditions at a plant that makes Olay skin care products here, reports AP (May 5, 2009).
The bill would eliminate the ban on dogs, but it would also allow the lawmakers' committee that runs the Capitol to bar individual dogs that have "past instances of unsafe, unruly or unsanitary behavior."