Temporal Analysis of University Students’ Waste-Sorting Behaviors : Measuring the Impact of Intervention Efforts
Teh, Zhi Yee
Clark, Scott K.
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Americans churn out an average of over 7 pounds of trash each day. As landfills reach capacity, it is becoming ever more critical to cultivate effective waste-sorting habits that can reduce waste-stream contamination, extend the lifetimes of landfills, generate compost, and nurture sustainably minded communities. This study examines the impacts of various intervention campaigns on the lunchtime waste-sorting habits of students at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.
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