Barriers to Student Engagement with Waste Diversion: Recycling and Composting Practices on the University of Denver Campus
Waste management, Recycling, Composting, Sustainability, Behavior, Engagement
College of Arts Humanities and Social Sciences, Anthropology
This project sought to investigate barriers, facilitators, and behavioral patterns related to waste diversion on the University of Denver (DU) campus. In general, waste diversion can be defined as the methods of disposing of waste that prevent it from being deposited in a landfill. At the University of Denver, waste diversion is achieved primarily through recycling and composting. It is these two methods that our report will focus on.
Beltran, Izzy; Bonner, Madeline; Oxendine, Dan; Tipler, Jason; Mello, Jules; and Dainko, Tommy, "Barriers to Student Engagement with Waste Diversion: Recycling and Composting Practices on the University of Denver Campus" (2022). Anthropology: Undergraduate Student Scholarship. 7.
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