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Figure Treatment of packaging waste in the EU-27
The figure shows the treatment of packaging waste 2005-2008
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Figure Treatment of packaging waste in the EU-15
The figure shows the treatment of packaging waste 1997-2010
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Figure Growths in waste quantities and GDP (2020/2000)
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Publication Annual European Union greenhouse gas inventory 1990–2009 and inventory report 2011
This report is the annual submission of the greenhouse gas inventory of the European Union to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Kyoto Protocol. It presents greenhouse gas emissions between 1990 and 2009 for EU-27, EU-15, individual Member States and economic sector.
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Figure Trends in the use of materials and material productivity in EU-12 and EU15
This figure shows the changes of GDP, Population, DMC and Material Productivity for EU15 and EU12 between 1970 and 2011/2009 respectively 1992 and 2011/2009
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Figure D source code Hazardous waste exported and imported by EU Member States, 2009
The amount of total hazardous waste imported and exported from each member state for 2009 is shown with export as the positive values and import as the negative values
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Figure Persons employed in recycling activities in the EU (*), Norway and Switzerland per million inhabitants, 2000–2007
(*) Data are missing for some countries in years between 2000 and 2007. The countries whose data are missing are listed in ETC/SCP, 2011.
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Figure Recycling's current and potential contribution (*) to meeting EU demand for various materials, 2006
(*) The current and potential contribution figures are both based on the infrastructure available in 2006. Future changes in collection rates, improved recycling structures and market conditions could significantly influence the potential contribution figures.
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Figure Global demand of selected emerging technologies for raw materials in 2006 and 2030 relative to global output of each material in 2006
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Article D source code Waste in Greenland
From densely populated cities to remote settlements, everywhere we live, we generate waste. Food leftovers, electronic waste, batteries, paper, plastic bottles, clothing, old furniture - they all need to be disposed of. Some end up re-used or recycled; others are burned for energy or sent to landfills. There is not a single way to manage waste that would work everywhere. How we do it needs to take into account local circumstances. After all, waste starts as a local issue. Given its sparse population, long distances between settlements and lack of road infrastructure, here is how the Greenland government approaches the country’s waste issue.
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