The study analyzed piggery waste management in Enugu state. Ninety respondents were selected through multistage sampling procedure. Frequency, mean and likert scale and logit regression were used for the analysis. Pig slurry and urinary excreta were the major wastes generated by the pig farmers and majority managed their piggery waste by open dumping/fly tipping, burning, stream/ riverbank dumping, utilization as fish feed, drying and selling as organic fertilizer, raw pig waste recycling into crop production, ESWAMA disposal and burying. Pig farmers generally had low awareness, poor attitude and wrong behavioural intentions considering use of improved piggery waste management options in the study area. Gender and education positively and significantly increases the use of eco-friendly waste management practices. The result of the likert scale rating shows that the key constraints to the use of eco-friendly piggery waste management were: time limit, absence of subsidy, poor waste chemical and trustworthy treatment facilities, lack of access to improved waste technologies, poor technical know-how for effective management techniques, insufficient land space to keep waste prior management, poor storage facility, availability of technology, lack of training programs, inadequate finance, inadequate profit, high labour cost, lack of access to loan, high cost of waste management technology.
Key Words: Piggery, Waste management, Climate change, Enugu State