Hints from the Health Department. Leaflet from the archive of the Society of Medical Officers of Health. Credit: Wellcome Collection, London
[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Twickenham]
C(III) COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX.—SANITARY WORK, 1903.
|Name of Sanitary District: TWICKENHAM.||Water Supply and Water Service.||Privy and Ash Pits, Ash and Earth Closets||Drainage and Sewerage.|
|Wells.||Houses, Water Laid on to.||Percentage of Houses Supplied from Mains||Cisterns.||Flush Cisterns Provided to W.C.'s.||Draw-Taps Removed from Cisterns to Mains.||Percentage of Houses Supplied on Constant System.||Water Closets.||Percentage of Houses Provided with Water Closets.||Drains||Cesspools.||Percentage of Houses Draining into Sewers.||Sewers.|
|New, Sunk.||Cleansed, Repaired, Etc.||Closed as Polluted.||New, Provided.||Cleansed, Repaired, Covered, Etc.||Overflow Pipes Disconnected from Drains.||Above Ground Receptacles Substituted for Pits.||Movable Receptacles Substituted for fixed.||Water Closets Substituted for Dry Receptacles.||New, Constructed.||New Apparatus Provided.||Repaired, Cleansed, Etc.||Supplied with Water, or Supply Rendered Efficient.||Ventilated.||Examined, Tested, Exposed, Etc.||Unstopped, Repaired, Trapped, Etc.||Waste Pipes, Rain Water Pipes, Etc., Disconnected.||Soil Pipes and Drains Ventilated.||Disconnecting Traps or Chambers Inserted.||Reconstructed.||New, Laid.||Rendered Impervious. Emptied, Cleansed, Etc.||Abolished, and Drain Connected to Sewer.||Yards of New Sewers Laid.||Yards of Sewers Reconstructed.|
|-||4||-||32||98 per cent.||86||62||-||230||-||98 per cent.||-||-||-||24||98||39||239||5||80 per cent.||19||117||36||25||14||14||14||2||2||99.5 per cent.||1317||-|