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Luna Azul

versión impresa ISSN 1909-2474

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NINO TORRES, Ángela María; TRUJILLO GONZALEZ, Juan Manuel  y  NINO TORRES, Adriana Paola. RESIDENTIAL SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT IN VILLAVICENCIO CITY. A VIEW FROM THE STAKEHOLDERS: COMPANY, GOVERNMENT AND COMMUNITY. Luna Azul [online]. 2017, n.44, pp.177-187. ISSN 1909-2474.  http://dx.doi.org/10.17151/luaz.2017.44.11.

Environmental management involves a participatory management in solving problems (García et al., 2014), about this, the article presents the results about perception of the stakeholders: Company, State and Community, about issues related to solid waste management, work focused on residential complexes in Villavicencio city, in order to understand the current situation and establish critical aspects as a starting point for improving the actual processes in terms of sustainability of solid waste management in the city. According to the methodological approach Action-Research and current regulations, that consider the needs and perceptions of stakeholders, qualitative research tools such as semi-structured interview, the survey and secondary data collection were implemented, for a further analysis. In the results was evidenced a weakened municipal policy since the State does not have an accurate perception of the responsibilities assigned to it by the regulations; and stands out in a positive way that the three groups of stakeholders agree that the Community is primarily the source of the problem, so the search for solutions should be oriented in this direction. Stands out that the Community expresses willingness to participate and cooperate in 88%, recognizing their critical role and highlighting the need to improve current guidelines, so future projects or programs with its active participation would be largely feasible.

Palabras clave : Perception; management; solidwaste; stakeholders.

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