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Infographic Why should we avoid sending waste to landfills?
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Infographic How much of our municipal waste do we recycle?
Much of the waste we throw away can be recycled. Recycling benefits the environment by diverting waste away from landfills and by providing raw materials for new products. Recycling can also encourage innovation and create jobs.
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Article Waste: a problem or a resource?
Waste is not only an environmental problem, but also an economic loss. On average Europeans produce 481 kilogrammes of municipal waste per year. An increasing share of this is recycled or composted, and less is sent to landfill. How can we change the way we produce and consume so as to produce less and less waste, while using all waste as a resource?
Located in Signals — well-being and the environment Signals 2014 Articles
Infographic D source code How can we reduce and make better use of waste?
The best way to reduce the environmental impacts of waste is to prevent it in the first place. Many items that we throw away could also be re-used, and others can be recycled for raw materials.
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Article Europe’s objective: recycle more waste and send less to landfills
Europe produces large amounts of waste. How does Europe manage its waste? Is it a problem or a resource? We asked these questions to Almut Reichel who works on waste and sustainable consumption issues at the European Environment Agency.
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Daviz Visualization Troff document Different types of waste at the European Environment Agency
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Highlight An artistic view of Europe's waste – EEA announces competition winners
After 200 entries from 29 countries, the European Environment Agency (EEA) is pleased to announce five winners of the Waste•smART competition, which invited Europeans to produce a video, cartoon or photo on the topic of waste.
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File chemical/x-pdb Turkey - municipal waste management
Located in Publications Managing municipal solid waste - a review of achievements in 32 European countries
File chemical/x-pdb Slovenia - municipal waste management
Located in Publications Managing municipal solid waste - a review of achievements in 32 European countries
File chemical/x-pdb Norway - municipal waste management
Located in Publications Managing municipal solid waste - a review of achievements in 32 European countries
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