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Figure Apparent steel consumption, imports of iron and steel, and CO2 emissions from metal production, EU-15 1995-2001
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Figure Concentrations of hazardous substances in fish from the north-east Atlantic and Baltic regions
It should be noted that the lack of consistent or reliable data from the marine conventions or EEA counties inhibits adequate assessment of concentrations and trends of hazardous substances in European marine water
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Figure C source code Concentrations of selected metals and organic contaminants in mussels in the north-east Atlantic Ocean (A), Mediterranean Sea (B) and herring (muscle) for the Baltic Sea (C).
It should be noted that the lack of consistent or reliable data from the marine conventions or EEA counties inhibits adequate assessment of concentrations and trends of hazardous substances in European marine water
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Figure Developments in shipments of waste paper, waste plastics and waste metals out of and within the EU from 1995 to 2007
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Highlight EU exporting more waste, including hazardous waste
Waste is increasingly moving across EU borders, for recovery or disposal. This is true for waste shipments between EU countries, and also transfers of waste outside the EU, according to a new assessment from the European Environment Agency (EEA).
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Figure D source code Exports of waste plastics and selected waste metals from EU Member States, 1999–2011
a) Time series of the amounts of waste plastic exports out of and within the EU in millions of tonnes b) Time series of the amount of waste iron and steel exports out of and within the EU in million tonnes c) Time series of the amount of waste copper, aluminium and nickel exports out of and within the EU in million tonnes d) Time series of the amount of precious metals waste exports out of and within the EU in million tonnes
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Press Release Octet Stream Highest recycling rates in Austria and Germany – but UK and Ireland show fastest increase
Austria, Germany and Belgium recycled the largest proportion of municipal waste in Europe in 2010. Although some countries have rapidly increased recycling rates, Europe is still wasting vast quantities of valuable resources by sending them to landfill, and many countries risk falling short of legally binding recycling targets.
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Figure Metal ores: domestic extraction, imports, exports, and domestic consumption, EU-15 1970-2001
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Figure Soil contamination by heavy metals
Concentration of Pb in topsoils (0-25cm)
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Publication Sustainable use and management of natural resources
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