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Garbage Segregation

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Effectiveness of the Implementation of Garbage Segregation

in Brgy. III-A of San Pablo City Year 2013.

Cierva, Crissamay N.

Felismino, Jon Albert M.

Gonzales, John Michael G.

Effectiveness of the Implementation of Garbage Segregation

in Brgy. III-A of San Pablo City Year 2013

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A Thesis

Presented to the

Faculty of the College of Hospitality, Management and Tourism

Laguna State Polytechnic University

San Pablo City Campus

San Pablo City

____________________________________

In Partial Fulfillment

Of the Requirements of the

Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management

By

Cierva, Crissamay N.

Felismino, Jon Albert M.

Gonzales, John Michael G.

December 2012

Republic of the Philippines

LAGUNA STATE POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY

COLLEGE OF HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY, MANAGEMENT AND TOURISM

APPROVAL SHEET

The thesis Effectiveness of the Implementation of Garbage Segregation in Brgy. III-A of San Pablo City Year 2013 prepared by Crissamay N. Cierva, Jon Albert M. Felismino and John Michael G. Gonzales in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management, has been examined and is recommended for acceptance and approval for oral examination.

___________________________

Adviser

PANEL OF EXAMINER

Approve by the committee on oral examination with rating of _______________.

Prof. Conchita F. Espinueva

Chairman

Acceptance and approved in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management.

Prof. Conchita F. Espinueva

Dean, College of Hospitality, Management and Tourism

Abstract

The research focused on the 50 respondents in Brgy III-A San Pablo City. The researchers conducted interviews and surveys to determine if the said attribute are really affecting the culinary skills.

The Problem

Introduction

Ultimately waste segregation boils down to waste management. Waste management is the process of disposing, processing, recycling and refining waste materials. Waste segregation is a big part of the waste management process. As for the community is concerned waste segregation is important in maintaining the cleanliness, diseases causing bacteria is prevented resulting to a disease free community.

Separation of biodegradable to non-biodegradable materials is one part of waste segregation this way materials that decomposes the natural way are separated to those that are taking long time to decay. Those materials that are non-biodegradable can be recycling to further reduce waste.

Background of the Study

As the researchers go along the study, some sequence must be given consideration to know further information about the garbage segregation in brgy. III-A.

According to Gantonoc, Jan 2011, Cleanliness is the absence of dirt, including dust, stain, bad smells and garbage. The place where you live somehow determines the kind of person you are and the kind of lifestyle you have. In addition to that, segregation plays a big role in maintaining clean surroundings. Segregation means the act of separating or excluding. By knowing this, waste segregation’s meaning is easy to understand. Waste segregation is the proper separation of waste. In garbage disposal, man should be aware of this two types of waste, the non biodegradable, and the biodegradable

“Keep your own house and its surroundings pure and clean. This hygiene will keep you healthy and benefit your worldly life.” -Sri Sathya Sai Baba

Man should know how to segregate his trash into these classifications otherwise their health will be placed in extreme jeopardy. The government had already given the colors of trash cans where each type of garbage is classified into. If man persists to do his wrongful garbage disposal, pollution will continue incessantly.

According to Clarence Hannah Tan Dalida (2010) in her study untitled “proper waste disposal” This study shows how the collection, transport, processing, recycling, and monitoring of waste materials can be as important as can be. Its immediate objective is to inform the readers, the community, and the society about how properly disposing our waste materials can change lives.

Conceptual framework and paradigm

The research was composed of independent and dependent variable for organizing various approaches like profile of the respondents showing their. These variables will help us to achieve the objectives of the study. The study will focused on the individual from the third year BSHRM student of LSPU-SPCC.

Research paradigm

The research paradigm is the framework of the variables for the study.

Independent VariablesDependent Variables

I. Profile of respondents

Name

Age

Gender

Occupation

Educational Attainment Waste Segregation

II. Physical Attribute

Waste Segregation

Biodegradable

Non-biodegradable

Recyclable materials

Figure 1.

Show the research paradigm of the study. that includes the dependent and independent variables. Independent variables are categorized into two, namely the profile of the respondents; and their waste segregation management. The profile of the respondents includes age, gender, civil status and education attainment. On the other hand. waste segregation includes the Biodegradable and Non-Biodegradable and the recyclable materials.

Statement of the problem

Physical Attributes of waste segregation.

1. What are the profiles of the respondents in terms of:

* Name

* Age

* Gender

* Occupation

* Educational Attainment

2. What is the Effectiveness of the Implementation of Garbage Segregation in Brgy. III-A of San Pablo City Year 2013 in term of:

a. Waste Segregation

b. Biodegradable

c. Non-biodegradable

d. Recyclable materials

3. Is there significant relationship between the profile of the respondent and the Effectiveness of the Implementation of Garbage Segregation in Brgy. III-A of San Pablo City Year 2013?

4. Is there significant relationship between waste segregation of the respondents and the Effectiveness of the Implementation of Garbage Segregation in Brgy. III-A of San Pablo City Year 2013?

Scope and Limitations

This study is limited to the perception of the residence in Brgy. III-A in San Pablo City, Laguna, about the related variables of their waste segregation management.

The respondents are the residence of Brgy. III-A in San Pablo City, Laguna for the year 2013.

Hypothesis

There is no significant relationship on the Implementation of Garbage Segregation in Brgy. III-A of San Pablo City Year 2013.

There is significant relationship on the Implementation of Garbage Segregation in Brgy. III-A of San Pablo City Year 2013.

Significance of the Study

This study is significant to the following:

The researchers for it will help them to gain more knowledge about the given problem that they have chosen.

This study will be use by us and other students to a cleaner workplace and will the company will earn extra income from recycling.

And for the future reasearchers, this study will serve as a guide and to give the future researchers an idea on the effectiveness of this study.

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