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Socio-Ecnomic Aspects of Practice Establishing of Separate Waste Collection and Recycling in Russia

Student: Alena Kunegina

Supervisor: Marina A. Shabanova

Faculty: Faculty of Economic Sciences

Educational Programme: Economics (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 9

Year of Graduation: 2016

The problem of establishing separate waste collection has become urgent nowadays. The aim of the research is to identify factors that contribute to the establishing of separate waste collection in Russia and barriers that could appear during the implementation of separate waste collection and recycling in Russia. The binary choice regression and description analysis were used to determine the conditions that have the most significant influence on people's inclusion in separate waste collection. Environmental concern, the level of people's awareness, getting satisfaction from waste sorting, and the involvement in other ethical consumption practices were revealed as significant. The research has both immediate practical implementations and options for further development.

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