Implementation of Solid Water and Waste Water Management of Beach Resorts in Anda, Bohol, Philippines

Authors

  • Jesszon B. Cano Bohol Island State University – Candijay
  • Arlinda N. Ramasola Bohol Island State University – Candijay
  • May Amor D. Gucor Bohol Island State University – Candijay
  • Lilanie M. Olaso Bohol Island State University – Candijay
  • Darwin A. Lim Bohol Island State University – Candijay
  • Kingie G. Micabalo University of Cebu – Lapu-lapu & Mandaue

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.7719/jpair.v45i1.693

Keywords:

Hospitality management, sustainable tourism, beach resort operations, descriptive-correlational research, Anda, Bohol, Philippines

Abstract

Resorts operation in developing economies has provided a visible contribution towards improving the economy through tourists’ spending and countless social transformation. However, in any economic growth, environmental integrity has always been compromised by its future viability. This study aims to determine the extent of the implementation of solid waste and wastewater management and the contribution of the beach resort. The findings of this study served as a basis for devising an environment-friendly model for beach resorts. This investigation utilized the descriptive-correlational method of research with the use of researcher-designed survey tools. This study was conducted in Anda, Bohol. Using the purposive sampling technique, twenty respondents provided information on their demographic profile and the extent of solid waste and wastewater management implementation in the beach resorts. Frequency count and percentage, weighted mean, chi-square test of independence were computed. More respondents belonged to the 40 & above age range, and the majority were females, single, college graduates, and worked as general managers of the beach resorts. The solid waste management of waste minimization and waste reuse was moderately implemented, while wastewater management was highly implemented.

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Author Biographies

Jesszon B. Cano, Bohol Island State University – Candijay

Candijay, Bohol, Philippines

Arlinda N. Ramasola, Bohol Island State University – Candijay

Candijay, Bohol, Philippines

May Amor D. Gucor, Bohol Island State University – Candijay

Candijay, Bohol, Philippines

Lilanie M. Olaso, Bohol Island State University – Candijay

Candijay, Bohol, Philippines

Darwin A. Lim, Bohol Island State University – Candijay

Candijay, Bohol, Philippines

Kingie G. Micabalo, University of Cebu – Lapu-lapu & Mandaue

Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines

References

Arnaldo, M. S. (2021). DENR closes Alona Beach on coliform contamination. Business Mirror. Retrieved on November 27, 2021 from https://bit.ly/3CWhgwK

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Published

2021-07-07

How to Cite

Cano, J., Ramasola, A., Gucor, M. A., Olaso, L., Lim, D., & Micabalo, K. (2021). Implementation of Solid Water and Waste Water Management of Beach Resorts in Anda, Bohol, Philippines. JPAIR Multidisciplinary Research, 45(1), 177–202. https://doi.org/10.7719/jpair.v45i1.693

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