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Title: Utilization of Industrial Waste Material for the Development of Indigenous Technology in Nigeria
Authors: Hassan, A. M.
Mustapaha, A.
Akinduro, I. R.
Ahmed, I. M
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: International SIIRT Scientific Research Congress
Citation: Hassan, A. M., Mustapha, A., Akinduro, I. R., Ahmed, Isah Makun. (2022). Utilization of Industrial Waste Material for the Development of Indigenous Technology in Nigeria. Proceedings of International SIIRT Scientific Research Congress, SIIRT, Turkey,
Abstract: This research work is to find out the roles of local craftsmen in the use of waste materials to boost technology development in Nigeria, used as case study to local manufacturing center in Minna and Suleja, Niger state. The study is also intended to assist in identifying craftsmen's contribution to national development and the problems hindering there operations. A 39 items was used to collect data on the roles of indigenous technology in National Development and the hindrance of indigenous technology development in Niger State with respect to waste recycling. Four research questions were drawn, one hypothesis was formulated and the statistics tools use for the analysis of the result were mean, standard deviation and l-test. the result among others shows that majority of the craftsmen have no formal education. lack enough spaces in the workshop poor rate of development
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