Prevent Disease With Environmental Sanitation and Clean Water

The disposal of sewage and garbage into ducts that cause clogging and the occurrence of puddles will accelerate the proliferation of microorganisms or germs that cause diseases, insects and disease-spreading mammals such as flies and rats. Flies that land on the surface of sewage or sewage or sewage into the sewerage can bring a number of germs that cause disease. When the fly or mouse touches food or drinks it is likely that people who swallow food and drink will suffer one of the diseases as mentioned above. Similarly, small children who play or adults who work near or have direct contact with wastewater and waste can be exposed to the above-mentioned diseases, especially if they do not clean the limbs first. Clean the body must be with clean water because otherwise you may be affected by skin diseases. You need water sanitation and hygiene and with us, you can make it happen.

Septic tanks or centralized wastewater treatment units are required to treat wastewater prior to disposal of water bodies. In addition to preventing contamination including disease-causing organisms, wastewater treatment is intended to reduce pollution load or decompose pollutants so as to meet quality standard requirements when disposed of a receiving water body. Waste and wastewater contain various elements such as dissolved gases, dissolved solids, oils and fats, and microorganisms. Microorganisms contained in waste and wastewater can be decomposing and disease-causing organisms. Improper handling of waste and wastewater such as wastewater drainage into open ducts, walls, and bases of degradable / leaking waste treatment channels.