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RECORD NUMBER: 2410 OF 2737

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Main Title Survey of User Acceptance of the Solid Waste Removal Systems at Operation Breakthrough Sites.
Author Bloom, Martin V. ; Quarles., William D. ;
CORP Author Hittman Associates, Inc., Columbia, Md.;Municipal Environmental Research Lab., Cincinnati, Ohio. Wastewater Research Div.;Department of Housing and Urban Development, Washington, D.C. Energy, Building Technology, and Standards Div.;Applied Management Sciences, Inc., Silver Spring, Md.
Year Published 1976
Report Number EPA-68-03-0094; EPA/600/2-76/229;
Stock Number PB-257 474
Additional Subjects Solid waste disposal ; Community relations ; Public opinion ; Attitude surveys ; Refuse ; Collecting methods ; Opinions ; Storage ; Environmental impacts ; Compatibility ; Breakthrough operation ; Alternatives ; Adequacy
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NTIS  PB-257 474 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
Collation 315p
Abstract
This report presents case studies of the solid waste disposal characteristics and resident attitudes about solid waste disposal methods at eight Operation Breakthrough sites. The data included in the report were obtained through on-site interviews of 1023 households and eight representatives of site management. The survey was conducted during the period of January through March 31, 1975. The report includes resident and management perceptions of the adequacy of trash storage and collection facilities and services, waste storage requirements and practices, and of the suitability of the system to the environment. The data do not constitute a technical evaluation of the solid waste management system at each facility and no on-site inspections of facilities were conducted to verify conditions reported by the residents. The findings do, however, represent user perceptions of the effectiveness of alternative methods of trash collection as those methods relate to different housing settings.