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Number of countries at different levels of the municipal waste management hierarchy, 2001 and 2010

The number of countries achieving defined levels of MSW management in 2001 and 2010. Countries > 25% recycling, > 25% incineration, > 50% landfilling and >75% landfilling. Each country can be included in several waste management categories. Therefore, the total number of countries is greater than 32.

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Note: Each country can be included in several waste management categories so the total number of countries is greater than 32. The number of countries is indicated in the white boxes.

For Iceland is used 2008 data for 2010. For Slovenia 2002 data are used for 2001 and 2009 data are used for 2010. Croatia is not included for 2001

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