By Syeda Azeem Unnisa, S. Bhupatthi Rav

This booklet compiles many various healing procedures and most sensible practices for the therapy and recycling of municipal sturdy waste from everywhere in the globe, factoring in cost-effectiveness, sanitation, and environmental degradation. vital to professors, researchers, scholars, policymakers, and municipal places of work, this knowledgeable publication appears to be like into leading edge waste administration platforms from a couple of constructing international locations, that can end up beneficial to built international locations of the realm to boot. This e-book is exclusive in that it specializes in state of the art city sturdy waste administration and destiny trends.

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3 METHOD The paper and cardboard recycling pilot program reported here took place at the Campus Ensenada of the Autonomous University of Baja California, Mexico. The evaluation of the program was made during 16 months from January 2008 to May, 2009, July is not considered because is the summer vacation and no waste is generated during that time. 1 Identifying Target Behavior The first step to implement the program starts with two questions. The first question that was addressed in this step was what behavior should be promoted?

1 Identifying Target Behavior.................................................................... 2 Identifying Barriers to a Particular Behavior......................................... 3 Use of Tools for Behavior Change......................................................... 4 Evaluation............................................................................................... 5 Discussion..........................................................................................................

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