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Factors Influencing the Implementation of Recycling at Ayla Aviation Academy in Jordan

Malek Elayan and Eman Ibrawish
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Malek Elayan: Phd Student at Girne American University – North Cyprus (Turkey)
Eman Ibrawish: President Assistant/Administrative Manager -Ayla Aviation Academy- (Jordan)

Abstract of Economic, Finance and Management Outlook, 2016, vol. 7, 4

Abstract: The population of Jordan has increased significantly over the last fifty years which has come as a result of natural growth and forced migration. Jordan has been witnessing social and economic development that lead to an improvement in the standards of living and changed consumer habits. At present, a majority of the world’s countries have adopted the most environmentally friendly approach to combating the challenges and problems associated with Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), i.e. integrated waste management comprising reduction. This Article tries to highlight the critical factors of implementing Recycling process in Jordan and particularly in the aviation field represented in the researchers’ selection of Ayla Aviation Academy which is considered a winning link between three sectors; education, services and industrial as the academy provides educational services to graduate student commercial pilots, and serves as a handling center for multiple Aircraft models in the MENA region (maintenance center) in addition to its nature of work for maintaining its own fleet. To study the main factors influencing implementation of Recycling, the researchers rely on previous studies and mostly their observations by providing a framework of these factors in order to fill up the huge gap of literature relating to recycling in Jordan in building the proposed model). The dependent variable is the implementation of Recycling, while the independent variables are divided into two important categories of factors. First are the Internal Factors, including (Perceived Recycling Benefits, Willingness, Knowledge, Awareness of Recycling and Attitude toward Recycling). Second, concerns External Factors including (Socio-Economic Factor, Political Concerns, and Environmental Concerns). This Article adopts a qualitative and quantitative survey methodology and utilized interviews and questionnaires for data collection in addition to being based on previous researches conducted in Jordan. This method will be used to assess the respondents’ characteristics towards the implementation of Recycling in Ayla Aviation Academy. The researchers will propose a number of results and conclusions based on the findings of the study conducted alongside the previous literature supporting our research perceptual status.

Date: 2016
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