Environmental sanitation at Yelikeli, Wardha district – A Survey Study
Background: Water and sanitation is the most important part of our Environment in all over world. In environmental sanitation the involvement of waste water along with waste disposal which causes harm to our environment. Aim of study: To study regarding Environmental Sanitation at Yelikeli, Wardha district. Method: The data was collected through revalidated Questionnaire then it was analyzed and interpreted. It is allowed the researcher to investigate and understand the current environmental sanitation phenomenon with help of questionnaire at Yelikeli. Result : We observed that 33% people were going for toilet in open space other than public toilet but after assessment with help of survey it assess that there were near about 66 % people having clean in condition and 30% people were still dirty condition of sanitation which due to lack of knowledge about environmental sanitation. After the survey we have assessed there were about 60% people disposed off their waste water from kitchen and bathroom and maintain cleanliness in environment. Conclusion: We conclude with help of survey that most of the villager’s are aware about the environmental sanitation and also the villages are more developed as compare to last some decades and villager’s having knowledge about the cleanliness of nature is most important for the health of each and everybody.
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