Guidelines for managing large waste: Comparative study of Thai law and Japanese law
Although large waste has a longer lifespan than solid waste, it affects the environment. The problem of large waste is not Thailand is the only country that has to deal with this problem, but it is also a problem that every country around the world must deal with. There are many different approaches to solve problems according to the social context. Currently, Thailand imposes penalties on violators who dispose large amounts of garbage outside designated locations according to the Cleanliness and Orderliness Act of 1992, but it is only a fine considered as a solution at the root cause and does not have adequate strict approach. There was only a request for cooperation from people. At the same time, Japan has achieved success in environmental management and waste management. In Japan, there are many interesting methods of large waste management and clear guidelines for large waste management and service tax collection. Also, there are also strict criminal penalties. From study and research, the author; therefore, came up with a suggestion that Thailand should provide knowledge building on how to properly dispose of waste. There is a clear large garbage disposing point and a waste disposal center in the district area along with a large garbage removal service. Entrepreneurs who produce large electrical appliances must receive waste from their companies. Large waste disposal tickets are sold for recycling and removal, and additional penalties for those who do not comply with the provisions.
Keywords - Large Waste, Management Guideline, Environment