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Återanvändning av hushållsprodukter - Går det att göra enklare?

Persson, Ellinor LU (2018) MVEM03 20181
Studies in Environmental Science
Abstract
The economy today is linear, which means that all products that are produced have
an end of life. It is produced, used and recycled. In the future we are aiming for a circular economy where the products never become
waste but instead is reused and remodelled to fill a new purpose. EU has taken on the Directive 2008/98/EC on waste which contains a waste hierarcy. The waste hierarcy aims to prevent waste. This study aims to gain new knowledge as to how the recycling and reuse system should be constructed to be ideal for the consumers. To gain this knowledge a survey was shared via social media as well as personal interviews were
held. 72 people answered the survey online and eight people were interviewed. The
interview and the survey... (More)
The economy today is linear, which means that all products that are produced have
an end of life. It is produced, used and recycled. In the future we are aiming for a circular economy where the products never become
waste but instead is reused and remodelled to fill a new purpose. EU has taken on the Directive 2008/98/EC on waste which contains a waste hierarcy. The waste hierarcy aims to prevent waste. This study aims to gain new knowledge as to how the recycling and reuse system should be constructed to be ideal for the consumers. To gain this knowledge a survey was shared via social media as well as personal interviews were
held. 72 people answered the survey online and eight people were interviewed. The
interview and the survey were based on the same questions. In the survey there were two hypotetical suggestions as to how the system should be formed. The answers show that there is a need to make the collection and availibility to leave no needed but functional house products (sofa, tables etc) easier. The conclusions were that the people who answered the web survey and were interviewed where quite happy with how the system is formed todaybut were positive to make the system even more use friendly. (Less)
Popular Abstract (Swedish)
The economy today is linear, which means that all products that are produced have
an end of life. It is produced, used and recycled. In the future we are aiming for a circular economy where the products never become
waste but instead is reused and remodelled to fill a new purpose. EU has taken on the Directive 2008/98/EC on waste which contains a waste hierarcy. The waste hierarcy aims to prevent waste. This study aims to gain new knowledge as to how the recycling and reuse system should be constructed to be ideal for the consumers. To gain this knowledge a survey was shared via social media as well as personal interviews were
held. 72 people answered the survey online and eight people were interviewed. The
interview and the survey... (More)
The economy today is linear, which means that all products that are produced have
an end of life. It is produced, used and recycled. In the future we are aiming for a circular economy where the products never become
waste but instead is reused and remodelled to fill a new purpose. EU has taken on the Directive 2008/98/EC on waste which contains a waste hierarcy. The waste hierarcy aims to prevent waste. This study aims to gain new knowledge as to how the recycling and reuse system should be constructed to be ideal for the consumers. To gain this knowledge a survey was shared via social media as well as personal interviews were
held. 72 people answered the survey online and eight people were interviewed. The
interview and the survey were based on the same questions. In the survey there were two hypotetical suggestions as to how the system should be formed. The answers show that there is a need to make the collection and availibility to leave no needed but functional house products (sofa, tables etc) easier. The conclusions were that the people who answered the web survey and were interviewed where quite happy with how the system is formed todaybut were positive to make the system even more use friendly. (Less)
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Persson, Ellinor LU
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course
MVEM03 20181
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H1 - Master's Degree (One Year)
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recycling, household products
language
Swedish
id
8953813
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2018-08-06 11:39:49
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  abstract     = {The economy today is linear, which means that all products that are produced have 
an end of life. It is produced, used and recycled. In the future we are aiming for a circular economy where the products never become
waste but instead is reused and remodelled to fill a new purpose. EU has taken on the Directive 2008/98/EC on waste which contains a waste hierarcy. The waste hierarcy aims to prevent waste. This study aims to gain new knowledge as to how the recycling and reuse system should be constructed to be ideal for the consumers. To gain this knowledge a survey was shared via social media as well as personal interviews were 
held. 72 people answered the survey online and eight people were interviewed. The 
interview and the survey were based on the same questions. In the survey there were two hypotetical suggestions as to how the system should be formed. The answers show that there is a need to make the collection and availibility to leave no needed but functional house products (sofa, tables etc) easier. The conclusions were that the people who answered the web survey and were interviewed where quite happy with how the system is formed todaybut were positive to make the system even more use friendly.},
  author       = {Persson, Ellinor},
  keyword      = {recycling,household products},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Återanvändning av hushållsprodukter - Går det att göra enklare?},
  year         = {2018},
}