The Influence Of Spatial Factor To The Income Of Informal Solid Waste
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The Influence Of Spatial Factor To The Income Of Informal Solid Waste Collectors: The Case Of Kinondoni Municipality
This study assesses the influence of spatial factor to the income gained by informal solid waste collectors. It is motivated by the spread of informal solid waste collection service as a survival livelihood strategy in urban areas. This has been prompted by the inability of the local authorities to efficiently collect the generated solid waste. However, despite being widely practiced not much has been documented about the influence of the spatial aspect to the sustainability of informal solid waste collection livelihood. This study was conducted in Kijitonyama, Sinza and Tandale Ward. The study guided by four elements; waste collection points, disposal distance, waste storage and accessibiliDownloadViews: 129

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