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COMMUNITY EXTENSION SERVICE IN THE WASTE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES OF BRGY. WAWA RESIDENTS IN BATANGAS CITY

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Author(s): Jake M. Laguador | Leoncio B. Mandigma | Edwin Agena

Journal: Academic Research International
ISSN 2223-9944

Volume: 4;
Issue: 4;
Start page: 141;
Date: 2013;
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Keywords: Community Extension Service | Waste management | LPU

ABSTRACT
This study aimed to determine the status of Waste Management practices of Brgy. Wawa residents in terms of: waste disposal, segregation, seashore clean-up, cooperation with Lyceum International Maritime Academy (LIMA), environmental cleanliness and the contribution of LIMA community extension service to the wastemanagement practices of the Barangay. The descriptive type of research was utilized in the study and used random sampling technique to the 188 residents of the adopted community. The results showed that the status of waste management practices of Brgy. Wawa is already well-mannered and orderly but still really need to sustaininnovate and develop more the habit of the best practices in waste management.Their practices had been already improved through the community extension serviceof LIMA from the results obtained three years ago.

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