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The objectives of this study were to 1) study the management model of mobile phone waste of operators, repair shops and mobile phone dealers and 2) study the problems / suggestions of operators, repair shops and mobile phone dealers. This study is a survey research using a questionnaire to study the mobile phone management model of mobile phone repair shop and service provider. Data from June - August 2017 were analyzed for frequencies and percentages. There are 26 establishments in the municipality of Ratsada Muang Phuket. Most entrepreneurs are male. In terms of age, 57.70% is in 26-30 years old range and 31-35 years old constitutes 23.08%. Their educations are mostly of Diploma / equivalent level 53.85% and 76.92% has been in business for 1-5 years. The study of mobile phone management model indicates that the major part of mobile phone is the circuit board and the mask accounted for 18.52%. In the management of the remains. 92.30% ownership of establishments are responsible and 40.94% know how to properly handle by reusing. The study of problems and suggestions of mobile phone management model emphasized the need to receive information; 92.30% of the respondents want to receive news from television, 30.77% have problems handling mobile phones, 61.54% have problems because they have no place to store and no knowledge of management, 25.8% want to solve the problem by training. 29.83% are collectors or managers of mobile phones. About 80.77% of entrepreneurs support the municipality. In the case of a mobile phone screening project, 57.70% of the respondents are willing to pay for the service. The entrepreneur wanted to have a business responsibility for the disposal and storage of mobile phones in the future.
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