The study aimed to assess the effectiveness on the implementation of modified waste segregation scheme in the pilot barangays of Baliwag, Bulacan such as Barangay Tangos, Pinagbarilan and Virgen delas Flores. Quantitative descriptive and correlational research designs were used in the study. The respondents were selected among the barangays with initial implementation of modified waste segregation scheme for at least two years. Based on the results of this study, the level of awareness, attitude and practices of the respondents and significantly affect the effectiveness on the implementation of the modified scheme for waste segregation. As the level of awareness, attitude and practices of household respondent’s increases, the perception on the effectiveness on the implementation of modified waste segregation also increases. Likewise, the more information drives and environmental activities conducted by the educators, the higher the level of awareness for effective implementation of modified waste segregation scheme are perceived by the respondents. Results also revealed that there was a significant difference and improvement of SWM practices of the waste segregation before and after implementation of the modified waste segregation scheme. This research has demonstrated that solid waste management awareness, attitude, and practices of households are closely linked, which suggests that one strategic approach to implement successfully a solid waste management program is education, adoption and good governance.