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Hygiene in the home
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Hygiene in the home

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  • 1. HYGIENE IN THE HOME Essential for good health © PDST Home Economics © PDS© PDST Home Economics © PDST Home Economics © PDST Home Economics © PDST Home Economics
  • 2. To ensure good hygiene standards in the home  Clean water supply and efficient drainage.  Good ventilation-prevent dampness  Good lighting- show dirt  Good heating - prevent dampness  Surfaces easy to clean  Rooms – easy to clean  Careful waste disposal  Disinfect sinks toilets & drains regularly  Hygienic people in the home
  • 3. Household Waste  2 types of waste 1. Organic, biodegradable, breaks down naturally over time e.g. sewage and food. 2.Inorganic, non-biodegradable, does not break down but may be recycled e.g. plastic, glass, metal.

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