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|Title: ||The drivers and barriers to battery pack drop-off intention perceived by Belgian households|
|Authors: ||Lizin, Sebastien|
Van Dael, Miet
Van Passel, Steven
|Issue Date: ||2015|
|Citation: ||ESEE 2015: Transformations, Leeds, June 30-July 3 2015|
|Abstract: ||This research aims to investigate the drivers and barriers to battery pack drop-off intention perceived by Belgian households. It is the first study looking specifically at this specific type of recycling behaviour. A standardized online survey, extending the framework provided by the Theory of Planned Behaviour by incorporating measures on objective knowledge, the perception of the consequences, moral norms, end-of-life habits and the perceived effectiveness of BEBAT’s actions, has been made. Data will be collected during the 11/2014-01/2015 period and processed using partial least squares structural equation modelling. The gathered information will serve as guidance for the communication strategy of BEBAT, which is the single non-profit organization responsible for collecting, sorting, and recycling of portable batteries in Belgium.|
|Type: ||Conference Material|
|Appears in Collections: ||Research publications|
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