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Data Visualization Nutrients emission intensity of manufacturing industries
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Data Visualization Heavy metals emission intensity of manufacturing industries
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Figure Decoupling of nutrients emission in water from gross value added in food industry in Europe between 2004 and 2009
The chart displays changes in emission of nutrients (nitrogen and phosphorus) from food industry in water (expressed in kg of nutrients (P) equivalents) , and in production of food industry (expressed as the gross value added GVA, in millions Euro) in Europe between 2004 and 2009. See Methodology section for more details.
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Figure Decoupling of heavy metals emission in water from gross value added in metal industry in Europe between 2004 and 2009
The chart displays changes in emission of heavy metals from metal industry in water (expressed in kg of heavy metals equivalents) and in production of metal industry (expressed as the gross value added GVA, in millions Euro) in Europe between 2004 and 2009. See Methodology section for more details.
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Figure Nutrients emission intensity of manufacturing industries in Europe between 2004-2010
The chart displays changes in nutrients (nitrogen and phosphorus) emission intensity of manufacturing industry between 2004 and 2010. Nutrient emission intensity is expressed as kilogram of nutrients equivalent (P) discharged in water per unit of production of manufacturing industries (expressed as one million Euro gross value added). See Methodology section for more details.
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Figure Heavy metals emission intensity of manufacturing industries in Europe 2004-2010
The chart displays changes in heavy metals emission intensity of metal industry between 2004 and 2010. Heavy metals emission intensity is expressed as kilogram of heavy metals equivalent discharged in water (weighted according to toxicity) per unit of production of metal industry (expressed as one million Euro gross value added). See Methodology section for more details.
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Figure Decoupling of heavy metals emission in water from gross value added in manufacturing industries in Europe between 2004 and 2010
The chart displays changes in emission of heavy metals from manufacturing industries in water (expressed in kg of heavy metals equivalents) , and in production of manufacturing industries (expressed as the gross value added , GVA, in millions Euro) in Europe between 2004 and 2010.See Methodology section for more details.
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Figure Decoupling of nutrients emission in water from gross value added in manufacturing industries in Europe between 2004 and 2010
The chart displays changes in emission of nutrients (nitrogen and phosphorus) from manufacturing industries in water (expressed in kg of nutrients (P) equivalents) , and in production of manufacturing industries (expressed as the gross value added GVA, in millions Euro) in Europe between 2004 and 2010. See Methodology section for more details.
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Industry
The environmental performance of European industry has improved over recent decades. Changes have occurred for a number of reasons: stricter environmental regulation, improvements in energy efficiency, a general tendency for European industry to move away from certain heavy and more polluting types of manufacture, and companies' participation in voluntary schemes aiming to reduce their environmental impact. Despite these improvements, industry today is still responsible for a significant burden on our environment in terms of pollution and generation of waste.
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Highlight Use of climate-forcing F-gases underlines need for innovation
Fluorinated gases, otherwise known as F-gases, are a range of industrial gases which have a powerful effect on the climate. As EU policy makers consider further proposals to limit the use of these gases, the European Environment Agency (EEA) has published data on their production, import and export.
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European Environment Agency (EEA)
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