Implications of Organizational Variables on Waste Management of Stone and Marble Sector in the City of Hebron

Author: Ghadah Neiroukh


The study aimed to explore the implications of organizational variables of waste management of stone and marble sector in the city of Hebron. The study approached the literature as a multi-dimensional phenomenon which addressed both theoretical and applied research. Waste management of stone and marble was evaluated using a 53-item index scale that was administrated to seventy five establishments in stone and marble industry in the city of Hebron that was randomly selected. The data was statistically analyzed using Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS). The findings revealed that the establishments had a high level of reducing waste of stone and marble, and a moderate level of reusing and recycling waste of stone and marble. The implications of the findings for practice were also highlighted.


Keywords: Organizational variables, waste management, stone and marble sector.


Ghadah Neiroukh, MBA Master of Business Administration, Faculty of Finance & Management, Hebron University, Hebron, Palestine. Electronics Engineer, Taqaddom Scales Co. (, Hebron, Palestine. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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