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Wasatch Integrated Waste Management District partnered with CP Group to undergo a large upgrade at their municipal solid waste facility in Layton, Utah. The new facility serves Davis and Morgan Counties. The opening of the new facility marks three years of planning,
Since its first proposition in 1984, the Kano model has been used extensively in a variety of contexts within industries and academic research demonstrating its wide applicability. The Kano model allows for describing the relationship between an objective aspect and a subjective aspect. Yet is this relevant for environmental quality as well? In this study, we explore the cases where the Kano model is used for assessing environmental quality and its perception by consumers and identify the potential influencing factors for its application with this respect. We find that the Kano model can serve as an effective tool for converging towards environmental quality and sustainability by indicating the direction from a social and behavioral choice perspective. We propose an integration of the Kano model with Bandura's triangle (a concept of the social cognitive theory) to create an instrument for driving change of customer attitude and behavior via changing the perception of environmental quality
A customer is at the center of quality management, as well as the development and delivery of attractive products and services of high quality are to this customer. Moreover, quality management deals with the customer's role in understanding what quality really is (Witell, Löfgren, & Dahlgaard, 2013). Inspired by the Herzberg's motivator‐hygiene theory, Kano, Seraku, Takahashi, and Tsuji (1984) proposed the theory of attractive quality intended to better explain aspects of how customers perceive and evaluate quality attributes.
Since its first proposition, the Kano model has been applied for a wide variety of products, services, and research purposes. For example, examination of customers' perception of packaging attributes (Löfgren, Witell, & Gustafsson, 2011), evaluation of service quality for mobile phones (Hsu, Chang, Wang, & Lin, 2007), determination of characteristics of e‐shopping malls (Oh, Yoon, & Park, 2012), and even integration into architectural design (Ek & Çıkış, 2015). As found by Luor, Lu, Chien, and Wu (2012), the number of studies on quality management that use the Kano model has vastly increased since the end of the 1990s and still continues to increase. Traditionally, the Kano model has been used in product development and creation of attractive quality, including studies on conceptual design to improve product's life cycle (Hassan et al., 2017) and perception of product's end‐of‐life scenarios and disposal methods (Atlason, Giacalone, & Parajuly, 2017). Yet there are also some “untraditional” applications, for example, in the assessment of urban soundscape (Jennings & Cain, 2013).
The aim of the research is to review how the Kano model has been used for assessing environmental quality and perception of environmental quality by consumers so far and next, to discuss the extension of the application of the Kano model with the concept of social cognitive theory—Bandura's triangle. This extended Kano–Bandura's model could create products and services that trigger sustainable social behavior and promote environmental quality
Environmental quality is defined as “a measure of environmental condition relative to the requirements of one or more species or to any human need or purpose” (Johnson et al., 1997). In other words, it is a set of environmental aspects that affect organisms in their natural environment, such as air quality, surface water quality, drinking water quality, soil fertility, domestic and industrial pollution, overpopulation, and noise. Yet another, more sophisticated, meaning deals with the perceived environment, that is, the material and immaterial qualities (attributes) of man‐made built and natural environment that support social and cultural structures of a specific group of people and hence provide them satisfaction with the physical settings. Additionally, products and services provided and used within these physical settings play a significant role as they may have a positive or negative effect on the experience of the perception. For example, installation of a water treatment system may significantly improve the perception of an area with otherwise poor water quality. Also, the industry recognizes the need for developing sustainable products as these products are perceived by end user as of higher value (Dace, Bazbauers, Berzina, & Davidsen, 2014). The specific attributes of environmental quality represent the preferences of an individual or a group of people. Thus, understanding these preferences is important for designing products and services that shape environmental quality.
We believe the Kano model might serve as a valuable tool in converging products and services towards sustainable social behavior. And vice versa, individual and social behavior can be directed towards sustainability by developing physical settings, products, and services that achieve specific criteria of perceived environmental quality, hence people satisfaction with their environment
Maybe many people want to know the reason why solid waste management plant is popular in international market. Under the situation of lacking resources, more people pay a high attention to the waste recycling. At this time, this machine effectively sort all kinds of the waste. There are many solid waste management methods. However, the solid waste management machines is the most viable method. After recycled, these waste can be reused as resources, which will save massive non-renewable resources. Accordingly, if you have a plan to deal with the waste in your countries, why don’t try it?
Beston solid waste management machinery and equipments use a variety of sorting technology, which can efficiently separate these stuff from a large number of municipal solid waste, such as organic matter, plastic, metal, construction materials and other substances. Therefore, we can reuse these waste effectively
1. Automatic operation system. Beston solid waste management facility adopts automatic solid waste management recycling system, which significantly enhances the sorting rate and reduces man-made mistakes. Besides, the automatic solid waste management system will largely cut the labor costs
2. Unique deodorant system. As is know to all, the waste is always smelling, and even bring a large of bacterial. In order to guarantee the health of workers and create a pleasant workplace, Beston Machinery has designed deodorant system which can effectively purify the air. This deodorant has several procedure to deal with the unpleasant smell in the municipal solid waste plant, which achieves the purpose of cleaning the air to a large extent
3. Sealed sorting system. In order to effectively avoid the harm the waste brings, some sorting process is going under the sealed situation, such as delivering (belt conveyor), screening (rotary screen machine), etc. These machines can prevent the bad smell from spreading
1. Evenly distributing. If the waste on the conveyor can’t be distributed evenly, there will be problems in the next step, which could bring potential danger to people. Beston conveyor adopts special design and achieve the goal of even distribution
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