Examples from the Web for sanitation
New York now employs fewer cops, firefighters, and sanitation workers than it did in 2002.
“This will affect the provision of water and sanitation services,” she said.Israel’s Campaign to Send Gaza Back to the Stone Age|Jesse Rosenfeld|July 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The outspoken rapper, however, will not be working for the Los Angeles sanitation department.Kanye West Teaches Fashion For Community Service; Michelle Obama Wants a Female President|The Fashion Beast Team|June 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
They no longer have ancient ruins to protect or sanitation to maintain.
Some sanitation blocks, like the “bio-centers” constructed by Umande Trust, even generate biogas from the waste.Toilet Made for Densely Populated Settlements Turns Waste Into Dollars|Mike Miesen|April 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In short, ideas on sanitation in London were much like those in Havana before the summer of 1898.Milton's England|Lucia Ames Mead
The shelters for the gun detachments must be bomb-proof and fitted with some arrangements for comfort and sanitation.
A text on physiology, hygiene, and sanitation for upper grammar or junior high schools.College Teaching|Paul Klapper
It is no cause for surprise, therefore, that progress in sanitation moved slowly.Household Administration|Various
Sanitation is ever the last thing thought of by French authorities.In the Heart of Vosges|Matilda Betham-Edwards
British Dictionary definitions for sanitation
Word Origin and History for sanitation
1848, irregularly formed from sanitary. Figurative use from 1934. As a euphemism for garbage (e.g. sanitation engineer) first recorded 1939.