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Twickenham 1902

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Twickenham]

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Name of Sanitary District: TWICKENHAM.Water Supply and Water Service.Privy and Ash Pits, Ash and Earth ClosetsDrainage and Sewerage.
Wells.Houses, Water Laid on to.Percentage of Houses Supplied from MainsCisterns.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.DrainsCesspools.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.
-4-3298 per cent.8662-230-98 per cent.---249839239580 per cent.1911736251414142299.5 per cent.1317-