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Figure Drivers of CH4 emissions from municipal solid waste in the EU, 1995–2008
Figure does not include data before 1995, as consistent data sets for the time 1990 to 1995 are not available for all Member States. MSW deposited = MSW generated – MSW incinerated – MSW recycled and composted Data for MSW generated, MSW incinerated and MSW recycled and composted are from national GHG inventory submissions and other data are from Eurostat, 2010.
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Publication EEA report 1/2006 - Using the market for cost-effective environmental policy
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Figure EEA scorecard 2005 - Municipal waste generation
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Figure chemical/x-pdb Emissions from municipal waste management in the EU-27, excluding Cyprus, plus Norway and Switzerland, 1990 and 2008, CO2-equivalents
This figure shows the net emissions of greenhouse gases from the waste management sector in EU-27 (minus Cyprus), Norway and Switzerland. The figure also shows the emissions associated with each waste management option.
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Publication Environmental pressures from European consumption and production - Insights from environmental accounts
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Figure Pascal source code Environmental tax revenues by Member State and type of tax in 2005 (% of GDP)
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Figure Environmentally-compatible primary bioenergy potential in the EU
The agricultural potential comprises dedicated bioenergy crops plus cuttings from grassland and was calculated for EU-25 without Cyprus, Luxembourg and Malta
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Figure Environmentally-compatible biowaste energy potential in EU-25
The 'black liquor potential not available at high energy and carbon prices' indicates the reduction in the potential for the case that wood is redirected from pulp and paper to energy production
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Figure Environmentally-compatible biowaste energy potential in 2030 by Member State
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Figure EU 15 and EU-27 past and projected greenhouse gas emissions from waste (1990-2005)
For Italy, sectoral WAM projections had to be gap-filled to calculate EU15 greenhouse gas projections
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