The study 11as carried out to im <:stigatc: the factors inllut:ncing ~marcncss and
cleaner production in processing and manuL1cturing imlustrie·s: a case' stud\ ol· 'iak~m ~~
division. Kampala district.
The objectives of the stud) 11ere to examine the methods of cleaner production empluycd
in industries. to find out the benefits brought by cleaner production to the industry. to
determine the !actors influencing mvareness and adoption .of cleaner production in
processing and manutacturing industries and to suggest possible measures that can be use·d
to improve on the a\lareness and adoption or cleaner product inn in industries.
In investigating the above. th.: study used a general surwy design employing both primar)
and secondary methods of data collection. The study population comprised or officials in
the department of occupational safety and health in the ministr) or gender. labour ~111cl
social de1·elopmc:nt. an onlcial fwm NEt\L\. officials from [I('I'C ami th.: pe'011k
employed in industries. The stud) had 60 respomknts 11h" \\eTc san1pkcl r~tlill,>ml; <~thi
purposively: they consisted of skilled worker's casual labourns and managers (\r
processing and manufacturing industries.
Data collected was analyzed qualitati1-eiy. According to study lindings. the metlll1ds <>I
cleaner production employed in Ngege Fish Industry Ltd. l: ganda Fish l'acke·rs Ltd and
Uganda Batteries Ltd include. input substitution. technolog) modilication. good house
keeping and onsite recycling.
The benefits of cleaner production as rewakd by the
study include:: reducti
consumption, energy consumption, gaseous emissions and reduction in generation of solid
wastes and et11uenL then general imprm·ement in occupational health and safet1.
The findings furthcr re\'t;alcd th<: factors
production 1vhich include. lacL of technical skills and kmm ledge. lack of education ~Ill< I
training. poor managcmc:nt. inadequate support stafL
inlk:-.:ihlc compall\ c·ttlturc
general resistance to change. linancial limitations
and poor policY framcl\l>rL Basin.u
the findings of the study. the researcher made Senne recommendations among others: creating a11·arencss of cleaner production in industries, impro\·ing on the management. strengthening of policy frame11 ork and implementation.
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