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จริยาภรณ์ มาสวัสดิ์
จุฑามาศ แก้วมณี

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A good and suitable hazardous waste management needs to study the behavior of people to find suitable guidelines for hazardous waste management among communities in Betong District, Yala Province. A sample group of 400 people were asked to answer questionnaires and a brainstorming was held by inviting 34 key stakeholders; resident representatives and officials from the Local Administrative Organization, Yala Provincial Administrative Organization and the Office of Natural Resources and Environment in Yala. Quantitative data were analyzed by descriptive statistics while the qualitative data were analyzed by content analysis. Results showed that the respondents have a high-level understanding of hazardous wastes. The 38.83% of hazardous wastes from households were fluorescent tubes, light bulbs, batteries, mobile batteries, insecticides, pesticides, and expired medicines. On average, the households dispose of hazardous wastes 1-2 times per month. The results show that 61.75 % of households do not separate hazardous wastes before disposal and burn them in open space 34.25 %. Three options proposed for Hazardous waste management included public training, creating incentives for people’s participation and separating hazardous waste from general waste.  As a consequence of getting similar scores, experts suggested that the three options should be implemented simultaneously by local administrative organizations under supervision of representatives of each community.

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