Nelly Sara Chacaltana Lara, Katia Ninozca Flores Ledesma, Águeda Saturnina Choque mandamiento, Sharon Villegas Gómez, Miriam Elizabeth Guardamino Quiroz, Rafael Wilber Canez Palomino

DOI: 10.59427/rcli/2024/v24cs.273-278

The objective of the study was to understand how families in Santiago de Ica, a province in South of Peru, segregate solid waste and promote the circular economy through the treatment of the domestic waste they produce. The research approach was qualitative, the methodological design was Grounded theory that I seek from the experiences of the residents generates emerging categories and codes that gave rise to the theoretical support of the research, the results reveal thatt the proper management of garbage, from groups organized in condominiums, neighborhoods and urbanizations, improved the economy of organized families. The proper management of urban solid waste has generated the circular economy from the recycling of solid waste in homes, becoming part of the sustainable ecological culture.

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