Environmental, economic, and political pressures increasingly make recycling programs important parts of both public and private solid waste management strategies. Recycling programs differ across communities, businesses, and public institutions yet share common attributes such as the materials to be recycled, and the material separation required of recyclers. Effective recycling programs should benefit from an understanding of the recycling behaviors, attitudes, and preferences of the people the program intends to serve.To accomplish these objectives this thesis presents two essays analyzing stakeholder recycling preferences. Essay 1 addresses the first objective and presents estimated recycling program preferences for three campus groups: students, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Attribute Based Modeling of Recycling Preferences at Michigan State University|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|