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TABLE OF CONTENTS

TITLE PAGE .......


VMGO ......
APPROVALS HEET ......
ABSTRACT .....
DEDICATION ..
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT ......
TABLE OF CONTENTS .......
LIST OF FIGURES ....
LIST OF TABLES ..

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CHAPTER
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INTRODUCTION
1. Background of the Study . 1
2. Statement of the Problem ... 4
3. Hypotheses ....... 5
4. Scope and Limitations of the Study ... 5
5. Significance of the Study . 6
6. Analytical Framework .......... 7
7. Operational Definition of Variables .... 14

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REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE


1. Definition of Solid Waste ... 19
2. Green Wash . 19
3. Solid Waste Management Act .. 22
4. Harmful Firms and Industries ... 23
5. Conditions of Solid Waste Management ... 24
6. Problems in Solid Waste Management .. 26
7. Waste Resources Recovery and Sustainable Development .. 26
8. Awareness Level on Solid Waste Management ... 29
9. Effectiveness of Solid Waste Management . 30
Summary .... 32

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METHODOLOGY
1. Research Design
2. Research Locale ...
3. Research Subjects and Sampling Technique ..
4. Data Gathering Instruments and Procedures
5. Data Analysis Technique ..
6. Data Gathering Experience ..

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RESEARCH CONTEXT AND PARTICIPANTS


1. General Profile of Municipality ....................
1.1 Brief History of Municipality P ....
1.2 Geography and Physical Features of Municipality P .
1.3 Human Resources of Municipal P .
1.4 Economic Profile of Municipality P ....
2. Features of Company AB Incorporated ......
2.1 Brief History of Company AB .....

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2.2 Products and Services of Company AB ...


2.3 Company AB Operational Facilities and Corporate
Social Responsibilities Program ....
2.4 Waste Generated by Company AB ...
2.5 Company ABs Solid Waste Disposal ...
2.6 Company ABs Solid Waste Disposal Practices .
3. Participants Socio-Demographic Profile .....
3.1 Respondents ....
3.2 Key Informants .
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FINDINGS AND DISCUSSIONS


1. Extent of Company ABs Compliance with Relevant Provision of
Solid Waste Management Laws .. 76
1.1 Assessment of Company ABs Implementation of
Mandated Solid Waste management Techniques .. 78
1.1.1 Assessment of Company ABs Segregation of
Wastes Perceived by Respondents by
Segregation of Waste Item ..... 78
1.1.2 Assessment Collection and Transportation of
Wastes as Perceived by Respondents by
Collection and Transportation Item ... 79
1.1.3 Assessment Recycling Program as Perceived by
Respondents by Recycling Program Item ... 81
1.1.4 Assessment Composting Program as Perceived by
Respondents Composting Program Item . 82
1.1.5 Extent of Company ABs Compliance with Prohibited Acts
Under Solid Waste Management Laws .... 83
2. Perceived Human and Environment Conditions of Municipality P ... 84
2.1 Perceived Overall Health Status of Residents of Municipality P
Before and During the Operation of the Company AB 84
2.2 Overall Income of the Residents as Perceived by
Respondents by Income Item . 97
2.3 Overall Social Relationships of the Residents as Perceived by
Respondents by Social Relationship Item . 107
2.3 Overall Physical and Biological Environment of the Residents as
Perceived by Respondents Physical and Biological Item ... 119
2.4 Assessment of Occurrence of Soil Erosion as Perceived by
Respondents .. 135
3. Recommendations for Improving Company ABs
Solid Waste Management ... 137
4. Summary of Results . 142
3.1 Summary of Mean Score in Municipality Ps Condition Before and
During the Operation of Company AB, Significance of
Differences Analysis .. 142
3.1.1 Summary of Mean Score in Municipality Ps Condition
Before and During the Operation of Company AB .. 142
3.1.2 Summary of Mean Score on Perceived Extent of Company
ABs Implementation of Relevant Solid Waste
Management Laws by Methods/Techniques 144

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SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION


Summary .. 149
Waste Generated by Company AB 150
Solid Waste Management System of Company AB 150
Extent of Compliance with Relevant Provisions of
Ecological Solid Management Law . 152
Conclusion 153
Recommendation 154
For Future Research . 154
Policy Action ... 154
For The Community ... 155
REFERENCES 156
APPENDICES ..... 157