Consumer Satisfaction with Michigan's Container Deposit Law: An Ecological Perspective

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Crosby, L. A. & Taylor, J. R. (1982). Consumer satisfaction with Michigan's container deposit law: An ecological perspective. Journal of Marketing, 46, 1, 47-60.
Surveyed 302 Michigan residents over 18 yrs of age regarding their satisfaction with the container law, their likes and dislikes about the recycling system, and the reaction to re…

Evaluating Participation in a Residential Recycling Program

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Jacobs, H. E. & Bailey, J. S. (1982-83). Evaluating participation in a residential recycling program. Journal of Environmental Systems, 12, 2, 141-152.
The present study examined the effects of prompting, payment for material, a lottery, and frequency of collection on household participation in a residential recycling program. H…

Newspaper Recycling: The Effects of Rewards and Proximity of Containers

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Luyben, P. D., & Bailey, J. S. (1979). Newspaper recycling: The effects of rewards and proximity of containers. Environment and Behavior, 11, 4, 539-557.
Newspaper recycling, if widely practiced, could contribute to the conservation of natural resources and energy. Two experiments using multiple baseline designs with reversals were…

Motivating Beverage Container Recycling on a College Campus

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Luyben, P. & Cummings, S. (1981-1982). Motivating beverage container recycling on a college campus. Journal of Environmental Systems, 11, 3, 235-245.
Maintaining our materials base for production in the face of the declining energy and materials resources requires effective procedures to encourage recycling of scarce resources.…

Motivating People to Recycle: The Use of Incentives

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De Young, R. (1984). Motivating people to recycle: The use of incentives. Resource Recycling, May-June, 14-15, 42.

Variable Disposal Fee Impact

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Cuthbert, R. (1994). Variable disposal fee impact. BioCycle, May, 63-65.
Six case studies that investigate the impact of variable disposal fees upon residential waste reduction.

Garbage by the Pound: Ready to Roll with Weight Based Fees

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Skumatz, L., Van Dusen, H. & Carton, J. (1994). Garbage by the pound: Ready to roll with weight based fees. BioCycle, November, 76-79.

Only Pay for What you Throw Away

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Riggle, D. (1989). Only pay for what you throw away. BioCycle, February, 39-41.

Determinants of Recycling Behavior: A Synthesis of Research Results

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Hornik, J., Cherian, J., Madansky, M., & Narayana, C. (1995). Determinants of recycling behavior: A synthesis of research results. The Journal of Socio-Economics, 24, 1, 105-127.
Variables affecting consumer recycling behavior are classified into four theoretical groups: intrinsic & extrinsic incentives, & internal & external facilitators. These clusters o…

Recycling as a Marketing Problem: A Framework for Strategy Development. Special Issue: Psychology, Marketing, and Recycling

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Shrum, L. J., Lowrey, T. M., & McCarty, J. A. (1994). Recycling as a marketing problem: A framework for strategy development. Special Issue: Psychology, marketing, and recycling. Psychology and Marketing, 11, 4, 393-416.
Provides a framework for integrating past recycling research by conceptualizing recycling compliance as a marketing problem. Within a social marketing framework, recycling behavio…

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