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Country or AreaYearValue Unit
Albania20121,469 1000 tonnes
Albania20111,791 1000 tonnes
Albania20101,396 1000 tonnes
Albania20091,313 1000 tonnes
Albania20081,218 1000 tonnes
Albania20071,245 1000 tonnes
Albania20061,229 1000 tonnes
Albania20051,279 1000 tonnes
Albania2004988 1000 tonnes
Albania20031,057 1000 tonnes
Algeria20088,70011000 tonnes
Algeria20038,500 1000 tonnes
Algeria19955,200 1000 tonnes
Andorra201542 1000 tonnes
Andorra201441 1000 tonnes
Andorra201342 1000 tonnes
Andorra201243 1000 tonnes
Andorra201145 1000 tonnes
Andorra201052 1000 tonnes
Andorra200948 1000 tonnes
Andorra200848 1000 tonnes
Andorra200746 1000 tonnes
Andorra200651 1000 tonnes
Andorra200550 1000 tonnes
Andorra200449 1000 tonnes
Andorra200349 1000 tonnes
Andorra200248 1000 tonnes
Andorra200137 1000 tonnes
Andorra200049 1000 tonnes
Andorra199941 1000 tonnes
Andorra199840 1000 tonnes
Angola20065,84021000 tonnes
Anguilla200815 1000 tonnes
Anguilla200712 1000 tonnes
Anguilla200610 1000 tonnes
Anguilla2005831000 tonnes
Anguilla20045 1000 tonnes
Anguilla20035 1000 tonnes
Anguilla20025 1000 tonnes
Anguilla20016 1000 tonnes
Antigua and Barbuda20159641000 tonnes
Antigua and Barbuda201413841000 tonnes
Antigua and Barbuda201313341000 tonnes
Antigua and Barbuda201212341000 tonnes
Antigua and Barbuda201112141000 tonnes
Antigua and Barbuda201013741000 tonnes
Antigua and Barbuda200913641000 tonnes
Antigua and Barbuda200812241000 tonnes
Antigua and Barbuda200711241000 tonnes
Antigua and Barbuda20069141000 tonnes

Footnotes

1 - INS estimate based on the population and on the ratios of waste production per capita (2008 based on 0.7 kg / d / h).
2 - Data refer to the amount of municipal waste generated.
3 - From 2005, increase in the amount of municipal waste can be explained by the increase in construction activity including demolition of buildings and damage due to hurricanes (falling trees etc), and the number of tourist arrivals and improvements in reporting.
4 - Data refer to total waste generation.
Source

Environment Statistics Database

Source:  United Nations Statistics Division

The Environment Statistics Database contains selected water and waste statistics by country. Statistics on water and waste are based on official statistics supplied by national statistical offices and/or ministries of environment (or equivalent institutions) in countries in response to the biennial UNSD/UNEP Questionnaire on Environment Statistics. They were complemented by data on EU and OECD member and partner countries from Eurostat and OECD. With the following two exceptions, every country’s data are sourced from UNSD.
  1. All data are sourced from Eurostat for the following seven countries: Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta and Romania.
  2. All data are sourced from OECD for the following 34 countries: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Chile, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Republic of Korea, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, United States. However, for some variables (Precipitation, Actual evapotranspiration, Freshwater internal flow, Inflow of surface and groundwaters from neighbouring countries, Renewable freshwater resources, hazardous waste generated during the year), data for these 34 countries are sourced from Eurostat.
Choice of preferred data source between Eurostat and OECD is made in an attempt to have as much data availability as possible for the user and to capture as much data as possible for all UN member states.

Data are often sparse for some variables. The statistics selected here are those of relatively good quality and geographic coverage. The online database currently covers the years 1990, 1995 to 2015. For information on definitions, data quality and other important metadata, please check UNSD Environmental Indicator tables.
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