The Effects of Environmental Management Systems on Source Separation in the Work and Home Settings

@inproceedings{Andersson2012TheEO,
  title={The Effects of Environmental Management Systems on Source Separation in the Work and Home Settings},
  author={Maria Andersson and Ola Eriksson and Chris von Borgstede},
  year={2012}
}
Measures that challenge the generation of waste are needed to address the global problem of the increasing volumes of waste that are generated in both private homes and workplaces. Source separation at the workplace is commonly implemented by environmental management systems (EMS). In the present study, the relationship between source separation at work and at home was investigated. A questionnaire that maps psychological and behavioural predictors of source separation was distributed to… CONTINUE READING

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