insanitary


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insanitary

Injurious to health or contrary to sanitary principles.
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MANY Liverpool people lived in overcrowded, insanitary houses where disease and death could strike at any time.
Undoubtedly the new law aims at eliminating the evils of 'manual scavenging', insanitary latrines and ending the repulsive practice of open defecation in India.
A new scheme for conversion of insanitary latrines in urban areas is also being formulated.
When 11 government ministers ignored a meeting called by Prime Minister Guillaume Soro to discuss ways and means of tackling pollution and other insanitary conditions in the cote d'Ivoire's capital city of Abidjan, the PM made a clean sweep of his own.
And they have also blasted insanitary conditions at the site and said sewage is forced up a nearby manhole when they use a tap at the washrooms.
He has raised a pounds 5000 damages action alleging the lack of space in his shared cell and the insanitary conditions are a breach of his human rights.