RESEARCH METHODOLOGY ON PERCEPTION OF PEOPLE TOWARD PLASTIC BAG

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RESEARCH METHODOLOGY ON PERCEPTION OF PEOPLE TOWARD PLASTIC BAG

  1. 1. WELCOME TO RESEARCH METHODOLOGY PRESENTATION
  2. 2. Presented By Sandeep Mane Debashish Nanda Yogesh Mohite Kamini patil
  3. 3. PERCEPTION OF PEOPLE TOWARD PLASTIC BAG
  4. 4. PROBLEM
  5. 5. Plastic poisons our food chain Plastic affects human health Disposable plastics are the main source of plastic pollution Plastic recycling is not a solution to the crisis Plastic pollution is not only in the ocean also in desert
  6. 6. How big is the problem? How much waste is generated by single use plastic bottles? Artist Chris Jordan offers the following visualizations. Imagine 8 football fields covered thickly with plastic bottles: this is the equivalent to the number of plastic beverage bottles discarded in the US every five minutes
  7. 7. Now imagine a line of plastic water bottles going around the planet five times. This would be equivalent to the number of plastic bottles discarded every week in the US, just for water!
  8. 8. OBJECTIVE
  9. 9. PERCEPTION OF PEOPLE TOWARD PLASTIC BAG
  10. 10. PLASTIC BAG FREE WORLD
  11. 11. RESEARCH DESIGN
  12. 12. DATA COLLECTION • Quantitative data collection methods • Questionnaires • Web based questionnaires Survey
  13. 13. QUESTIONNAIRES & DATA COLLECTION & ANALYSIS
  14. 14. 1. Have you heard or read about the dangerous of Plastic Bags? Yes YES NO No 0% 100%
  15. 15. 2. What are the sources of your information about the dangerous of plastic bags?  Relatives and friends School or University T.V , Radio, and newspapers School or University T.V , Radio, and newspapers 20% 50% 30%
  16. 16. 3. How many plastic bag are consumed per week ? Less than 20 20 to 50 50 to 100 Less than 20 20 to 50 50 to 100 More than 100 More than 100 4% 2% 30% 64%
  17. 17. 4 Do you re-use plastic bag ? Yes No YES NO 31% 69%
  18. 18. 5 There are many alternatives for plastic bags such as cotton, linen and paper bags…etc, do you know it? Yes YES NO No 0% 100%
  19. 19. 6 Do you use alternatives of plastic bag while shopping ? Yes YES NO No 41% 59%
  20. 20. 7 Do you think that the society has enough information about the dangers of plastic bags?  Sufficient Insufficient Requires more Awareness Sufficient Insufficient I do not know 0% 4% 28% 68%
  21. 21. 8 Do you think that you can reduce your rate of consumption of plastic bags? Yes YES NO No 9% 91%
  22. 22. 9 Are you ready to support efforts to reduce consumption of plastic bags? Yes YES NO No 0% 100%
  23. 23. 10 Do you agree with the imposition of nominal fees on plastic bags to reduce them? Yes YES NO No 1% 99%
  24. 24. 11 If government ban plastic bag would u like to support? Support Somewhat support Undecided Support Somewhat support Somewhat oppose Undecided Somewhat oppose Oppose Oppose 1% 0% 0% 39% 60%
  25. 25. INFERENCE
  26. 26. • As per analysis 1. 100% people heard or read about the dangerous of Plastic Bags 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 69% People re-use plastic bag 100% people know alternative for plastic bag But while shopping 59% people use alternative Still 68% people think to need more awareness 91% people trying to reduces consumption & 100% people would like to support to reduce plastic bag use 7. If government will take any action then 60% people will support & 40 people will try to support
  27. 27. SOLUTION
  28. 28. • Is Paper Better Than Plastic? • Paper bags, which many people consider a better alternative to plastic bags, carry their own set of environmental problems. For example, according to the American Forest and Paper Association, in 1999 the U.S. alone used 10 billion paper grocery bags, which adds up to a lot of trees.
  29. 29. • Reusable Bags Are a Better Option But if you decline both paper and plastic bags, then how do you get your groceries home? The answer, according to many environmentalists, is high-quality reusable shopping bags made of materials that don’t harm the environment during production and don’t need to be discarded after each use. “Experts estimate that 500 billion to 1 trillion plastic bags are consumed and discarded annually worldwide—more than a million per minute.”
  30. 30. Strategic Taxes Can Cut Plastic Bag Use??? In 2001, for example, Ireland was using 1.2 billion plastic bags annually, about 316 per person.
  31. 31. Governments Use the Law to Limit Plastic Bags
  32. 32. Companies Making Tough Choices Meanwhile, some eco-friendly companies—such as Toronto’s Mountain Equipment Co-op—are voluntarily exploring ethical alternatives to plastic bags, turning to biodegradable bags made from corn. The cornbased bags cost several times more than plastic bags, but are produced using much less energy and will break down in landfills or composters in four to 12 weeks.
  33. 33. CONCLUSION
  34. 34. • Plastic bags are not biodegradable. They clog waterways, spoil the landscape, and end up inlands fill. where they may take 1,000 years or more to break down into ever smaller particles that continue to pollute the soil and water. • Plastic bags also pose a serious danger to birds and marine mammals that often mistake them for food. Thousands die each year after swallowing or choking on discarded plastic bags. • Finally, producing plastic bags requires millions of gallons of petroleum that could be used for transportation or heating.

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