Definition of Environmental Health.
Health is a state of health, both physically, mentally, spiritually and socially enabling any oranguntuk productive life socially and economically ‘(Article 1, item 1 of Law no. 36 of 2009) ³ Public health is the science and art (tips / art) to: a. prevent penyakit2. extend life expectancy, dan3. improve the health and efficiency masyarakatmelalui organized community efforts to: a. lingkunganb sanitation. communicable disease control c. perseorangand hygiene education. organizing medical services and treatment to prevention and treatment of early dilakukandiagnosis, sertae. building a social mechanism, so that every member can menikmatistandar life is good enough to be able to maintain kesehatan.Dengan Thus, every citizen can realize their right to a healthy and long ataskehidupan ³ (Winslow, 1920) is an environmental health environmental conditions mampumenopang dynamic ecological balance between humans danlingkungan to support the achievement of the reality of human life a healthy, prosperous and happy (Association of Experts for Environmental Health) ³ Environmental Health Sciences been defined as the science that mempelajaridinamika interactive relationship between population groups or masyarakatdengan all sorts of changes in environmental components sepertispesies life, material, substance or force around humans, yangmenimbulkan threat, or potential to cause disturbance kesehatanmasyarakat, and seek preventive measures’. (Umar Fahmi Achmadi, 1991) Environmental health is an effort to protect the health of manusiamelalui the management, control and prevention of these factors can impair human health lingkunganyang (Sumengen Sutomo, 1991) Environmental health is the science and art of achieving balance, harmony and harmonious living environment through the efforts pengembanganbudaya healthy behaviors and environmental management to achieve kondisiyang clean, safe, comfortable, healthy and prosperous avoid gangguanpenyakit, pollution and accidents, according to with dignity and human dignity. (Sudjono Soenhadji, 1994)