Law On sanitation. | Land Portal

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May 1998
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The purpose of this Law shall be to govern relationships concerning the maintaining of sanitary conditions, defining the general requirements for sanitation in order to ensure the right of an individual to healthy and safe working and living conditions, ensuring normal sanitary conditions, defining the rights and duties of individuals, economic entities and organizations with this respect. In choosing locations for urban areas and/or constructions, developing their blueprints and putting them into exploitation the sanitary norms, standards, and regulations shall be observed and conclusions from sanitary and other specialized inspection agencies shall be obtained. The quality of air of localities where humans live, work and study shall match standards and hygienic norms, and shall not be polluted. Amount of dust, smog and pollution from the high density of traffic and economic entities in the urban areas shall match the sanitary standards and hygienic norms. Production, transportation, storage, sale, and usage of foodstuffs shall, in addition to meeting quality and hygienic standards and appropriate norms be carried out by holders of license from the relevant health and sanitary agencies.

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Vsevolod Gnetii (LEGN)

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