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|Title:||Strategies Management How to Increase Value Added of Recycle Garbage Separate for Entrepreneurial and Community in the Central Area of Thailand.|
|Abstract:||This research was conducted at a Policy Participation Action Research: PAR methodology that uses two methods in the fiscal year of 2010 on both quantitative and qualitative research. The purpose of the research were to 1) Learn how to, problems and obstacles, as well as support and development role of government, 2) to create value added of Recycling business in Thailand. The development of entrepreneurs and communities in the Central Region of Thailand in the short, medium and long term leads to solve problems and create a strategic plan for all its immunity by participation of the recycling business operator's network and the community. as well as the public sector to achieve efficiency.The sample used for quantitative method is an operator's network of the waste separation plant Wong Panich. The recycling business operator's network licensed business from the Department of Provincial Administration a total of 1079 persons in the province's pilot study consists of 8 provinces in Bangkok, Nonthaburi, Pathum Thani, Ayutthaya, Nakhon Sawan, Nakhon Pathom, Samut Prakan, Suphan Buri and Phitsanulok by stratified random sampling method. The qualitative method was conducted by using Informal interview and group discussions methods (focus group), with an operator's network of the waste separation plant Wong Panich. The recycling business operator's network licensed business from the Department of Provincial Administration and the government sectors relevant targeted for data collection and qualitative interviews with 50 targets of 8 provinces was randomly selected by a quota sampling.in Bangkok, Nonthaburi, Pathum Thani, Ayutthaya, Nakhon Sawan, Nakhon Pathom, Samut Prakan, Suphan Buri and Phitsanulok as a pilot province Data were analyzed by frequency the descriptive statistic, percentage, mean, standard deviation, and contents-based analysis were used for the qualitative approach. The findings were as follows; Guidelines for developing its business in the future to create value-added short, medium and long term participation of network recycling operators, the community and the public sector are as follows. Short-term (one year): To solve problems and develop human resources and worker efficiency, accelerate the Company's debt burden. Create a quality system of the business, inventory management systems, logistics, funding at low interest, combined shipping material recycling and cooperation information. Medium term (2-3 years): To develop technologies for recycling equipment, training center for new entrepreneurs, creating network-centric entrepreneurs recycled materials to help each other. Long-term (5 years): Plans to provide market supply or expand both markets and exportation. Take supporting from governments in the aspects of marketing, exportation, machinery and equipment for recycled materials. And support from Recycling business development strategy 1. Develop and enhance the recycling business, Thai Society of wisdom and learning. 2. Strengthening the recycling business as a business based sectors of the country. 3. Develop and enhance the recycling business exportation is a central distribution Thai recycled materials market. 4. Promoting business governance in Thai recycling business management. 5. Change the roles of the state in the current measures to accelerate adjusting to the accelerating its confidence back.|
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