Effectiveness of Proper Segregation by Using Trash Bin Coal Filtration to Filter Waste in Classrooms of Grade 12 ABM Students in Bestlink College of the Philippines, S.Y. 2019–2020
Keywords:: improper waste disposal, cleanliness, waste filtration
This research focused on the effectiveness of proper segregation by using trash bin coal filtration to filter waste in every classroom of Grade 12 Accountancy, Business, and Management (ABM) Strand students at Bestlink College of the Philippines in terms of filtering solid and liquid waste, proper segregation, and odor. Trash bin coal filtration helps students to maintain the cleanliness of the classroom, students’ behavior, and teachers’ moods and reactions. Trash bin coal filtration filtered the leftover food from the students’ waste that was thrown in trash bins to properly segregate the trash. It has a metal string that filters the leftover food, a storage box under the trash bin that catches the leftover and liquid foods, and coal that absorbs the bad odor of waste and maintains the good smell of the room. This study also revealed the benefits of our trash bin coal filtration and how to maintain the proper segregation in the classrooms of Grade 12 ABM Strand students at Bestlink College of the Philippines. The study used qualitative and descriptive survey methods. This research involved 50 selected Grade 12 ABM Strand students. Two variables were considered regarding the effectiveness of having trash bin coal filtration such as filtered solid and liquid waste, as well as odor of waste. Improper waste segregation is one of the factors that affect the academic performance of the students and the cleanliness of the classrooms of Grade 12 ABM Strand students. Another aspect revealed that the students may also be affected if they do not have discipline in throwing their waste in appropriate trash bins. As a result, trashbin coal filtration helps in managing cleanliness in the classroom, students’ behavior regarding proper waste disposal, and filter the leftover food waste. The study revealed that improper waste segregation has an impact on academic performance, students’ behavior regarding the cleanliness of the classrooms of Grade 12 ABM Strand students, and teachers’ moods and reactions. The study also showed that students have priority problems in their personal lives and school.