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Nationwide, authorities addressed sanitation issues, and implemented laws and regulations to better protect water resources.

These projects have complicated processes normally designed by mechanical or sanitation engineers.

Let’s work also with policymakers, cities, and underdeveloped countries with poor sanitation to better monitor live virus in our waters and treat wastewater appropriately.

He’s staging pop-up sanitation stations in states from New York to California.

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That may consist of a breakdown in a basic step like sanitation, or other protocols that people in our food supply should be following.

I felt as though I had more control over sanitation in the RV since I didn’t have other hotel guests or staff to consider.

Those are the budgets that pay for basic services including police, fire, sanitation, teachers, social workers, judges, nurses and other healthcare workers.

Trump’s executive order scamPeter RosensteinAugust 12, 2020Washington Blade

The service, delivery, health care and sanitation industries in particular have all opened a massive gap over the past several months that automation has been more than happy to roll right through.

In short, ideas on sanitation in London were much like those in Havana before the summer of 1898.

Milton's EnglandLucia Ames Mead

The shelters for the gun detachments must be bomb-proof and fitted with some arrangements for comfort and sanitation.

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