Guidelines for Waste Management to Green Community of Thaiburi Sub-district, Tha Sala, Nakorn Si Thammarat Province

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Onanong Cheablam
Saowanee Rodhyu
Hataikan Noondech
Jeeranan Bunsuk

Abstract

Waste is a problem affecting communities and the environment. The objectives of this study were to study the community waste management guidelines and waste from the developing market into a green community. It is a qualitative research. This study used the content analysis as method through in-depth interviews with a semi-structured interview. The respondents of this study were sampled by using a purposive sampling technique by being a leader in the community, namely the village headmen of 10 villages, the Thai Buri Sub-District Administrative Organization staff 4 persons, and the village scholars 2 persons. The results of the study showed that most of the waste in the Thai Buri sub-district was grass scraps, branches, food waste, general waste, and recycled waste. The community manages its household waste through incineration and takes it to the empty area.  Including the local government department, there is a lack of budget, tools, and equipment for waste management. Therefore, to manage waste to be a green community, there should be guidelines for waste management, divided into 3 levels: the first is upstream level, it is the waste source. There should be community awareness of the separation to reduce the amount of waste.  The second is midstream level, it should have the correct collection and delivery of waste and the last one is downstream level, the waste disposal or utilization methods should be correct. Including the market where the community is developing should be managed in the form of a green market. Focus on the conservation of natural resources and the environment and reusable packaging. The process of managing the waste requires the community government agencies and related departments are involved in the management in every part.

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Cheablam, O., Rodhyu, S., Noondech, H., & Bunsuk, J. (2020). Guidelines for Waste Management to Green Community of Thaiburi Sub-district, Tha Sala, Nakorn Si Thammarat Province. WMS Journal of Management, 9(4), 139-152. Retrieved from https://so06.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/wms/article/view/245400
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Author Biographies

Onanong Cheablam

School of Management, Walailak University, 222 Moo 10, Thaiburi Sub-district, Tha Sala, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand, 80160

Saowanee Rodhyu

School of Management, Walailak University, 222 Moo 10, Thaiburi Sub-district, Tha Sala, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand, 80160

Hataikan Noondech

School of Management, Walailak University, 222 Moo 10, Thaiburi Sub-district, Tha Sala, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand, 80160

Jeeranan Bunsuk

School of Management, Walailak University, 222 Moo 10, Thaiburi Sub-district, Tha Sala, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand, 80160

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