Sanitary waste refers to any waste generated from human activities that involve bodily fluids or waste, particularly waste water from toilet, washroom, and canteen facilities. This type of waste is often considered hazardous due to the potential for pathogens and harmful bacteria to be present, making proper disposal crucial to ensure the safety and health of both humans and the environment. Sanitary waste can include urine, feces, menstrual blood, used tissues, and other materials that are typically flushed down toilets or disposed of in waste bins. Disposing of sanitary waste improperly can lead to the spread of disease and contamination of water sources. Proper disposal methods may include using specialized containers or collection systems, treatment facilities, or incineration. Proper management of sanitary waste is important for maintaining hygiene and preventing the spread of disease.