Author: Edward Teather-Posadas

Redi Reports

Representative data suggests that risk associated with lack of field sanitation is relatively low on U.S. farms Data for the agricultural region that includes Colorado suggests that this region was a first mover in terms of the availability of toilets for farmworkers, but more closely followed national trends of increased access to hand wash and drinking water over time Basic field sanitation definitions in available data are limited, however, and may not reflect the true extent of risk Unideal sanitation access may represent a health risk exposure category of interest on the farm.…
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