Clean cities and towns: Understanding societal behaviour in order to reduce and divert waste going to landfills
Grant holder: Prof C Schenck
Institution: University of the Western Cape
Duration: 1 January 2019 to 31 December 2021
Project outline: The aim of this research is to explore societal behaviour towards reducing and diverting solid waste going to landfills.
|»||Publication: Volschenck, L. (2021). Socio-economic factors affecting household participation in curb-side recycling programmes: Evidence from Drakenstein Municipality, South Africa. AJBER, 16(1): 143-162.|
|»||Publication: Viljoen, J.M.M., Schenck, C.J., et al. (2021). Household waste management practices and challenges in a rural remote town in the Hantam Municipality in the Northern Cape, South Africa. Sustainability, 13(11): 5903.|
|»||Publication: Niyobuhungiro, R.V. and Schenck, C.J. (2021). The dynamics of indiscriminate / illegal dumping of waste in Fisantekraal,
Cape Town, South Africa. J. Environ. Manage., 293.
|»||Publication: Niyobuhungiro, R.V. and Schenck, C.J. (2021). A global literature review of the drivers of indiscriminate dumping of waste: Guiding future research in South Africa. Dev. South. Afr.|
|»||Dissertation: Volschenck, L. (2020). Socioeconomic Determinants of Households’ Curb Side Recycling Behaviour in the Drakenstein Municipality. Master’s Thesis. University of Johannesburg.|
|»||Dissertation: Kimani, A. (2020). GIS mapping of community perceptions of illegal waste dumping in Mbekweni, Paarl. Master’s Thesis. University of the Western Cape.|