Capsule proposal in Waste Segregation: It's Benefits to the Enviroment


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Capsule proposal in Waste Segregation: It's Benefits to the Enviroment

  1. 1. Capsule Proposal A. Basic Information Project Title: Waste Segregation: It’s benefits to the environment Project Leader: Kate S. Magpoc Institution: BSHM-2A Address: Greenplain Mambog II, Bacoor City Contact No. : 09494068332 Email: Researchers: 1. Kristine Ann Nocum Contact no.: 09223559869 2. Jenelyn Bisares Contact no.: 09424673343 3. Divine Grace Abringo Contact no.: 4. Jeremay Alfiler (no participation) Contact no.: 09167144039 Project Location : Project Duration: Start Date: July 18, 2013 Completion Date: September 20, 2013 B. Technical Description Background Study: Waste segregation accumulation has become a challenging aspect in the world today. The volume of wastes generated in the world today surpasses municipal authority’s capacity to manage it effectively. Services related to waste management have become inadequate and almost unavailable as evidenced by proliferation of permanent waste piles and illegal dumping activities in industrial and commercial residential areas. This inefficiency in waste segregation systems in urban centers around the world is attributed to the rapid urbanization and lack of skilled waste management measures and personnel. There is the need to develop a sound material-sound society to ensure that solid waste is properly managed. Therefore, despite the challenges of solid waste management, it is vital to harmonize environmental protection by formulating long-term solutions to the issue of solid waste in across the world. Objectives: General and Specific
  2. 2. General Objective: The main aim of this study is to explore the waste management strategies. In order to meet this objective it is particularly important to: Specific objective: Conduct survey, interview and observation in St. Dominic College of Asia. Prevent the generation of waste Promote reuse of waste Promote biological recovery of waste and recycling of materials. To educate the Dominicans in terms of being aware of the certain possibilities, effects and impacts of neglecting the proper waste segregation. Target users / Beneficiaries: For the following beneficiaries such as; Environment in order to preserved and minimize certain possibilities of destructing the earth. People in the community, to change people’s attitude on waste segregation and to have a self awareness towards to the attainment of green environment. Students, educating them for the effective waste segregation. Significance of study: The study is significant to the environment especially of developing waste management and providing every Dominicans and other public with comprehensive and comparable information. It is also concern into minimizing the further damages and waste in the environment specifically for reducing garbages so that it couldn’t affect the drainage to cause flash floods. Methodology: The study will sample on St. Dominic College of Asia in Bacoor City. The sample will be stratified-random sampling. The survey strategy will be used for data collection. A structured questionnaire will be constructed for the survey and will be distributed to the respondents through personal appearance. Participation of the respondents will be treated with utmost confidentiality. Data will be analyzed and the analysis will look for the percentage and weighted
  3. 3. mean of responses on each items. Project Work Plan: Date Activity Budget Gathered materials needed : Sample trash can that indicate biodegradable and to non bio- degradable. Research or read an article about the said topic Follow the procedure itself Place the sample trash can into crowded area Observe the student and take down notes on student behavior and awareness Take photos in every action and observation Make a conclusion of all the activities and experiments. References: Huebsh, R. (n.d.) eHow Constributor. Proper Waste Segregation and Disposal. Retrieved 1999- 2013, from disposal.html#ixzz2YogG4y1s Ivy, T. (n.d.) Thinking Made Easy. Proposal on Waste Management. Retrieved September 24, 2009, from management.html#ixzz2YogNw9D6 Chomandalam, M. S. (n.d.) Murugappa Group and Mitsui Sumitomo Corporation of Japan. Solid Waste Management. Retrieved 2000, from