Household Participation in Recycling Programs : a Case Study from Malaysia

  title={Household Participation in Recycling Programs : a Case Study from Malaysia},
  author={Azilah M Akil and F. Johar and Ho Chin Siong},
The increase in per capita income and rapid urbanization, have contributed significantly to changes in consumption behaviour leading to increased waste generation. Waste disposed to landfill sites is fast becoming unfeasible thus requiring a more effective management of waste material involving waste reduction, reuse and recycling. The success of recycling program, however, is largely dependent on household participation activities which are essentially behaviour driven. The recycling… CONTINUE READING
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