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Country or AreaYearValue Unit
Albania20031,057 1000 tonnes
Algeria20155,182 1000 tonnes
Algeria20144,817 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
Angola20065,84011000 tonnes
Anguilla200815 1000 tonnes
Anguilla200712 1000 tonnes
Anguilla200610 1000 tonnes
Anguilla2005821000 tonnes
Anguilla20045 1000 tonnes
Anguilla20035 1000 tonnes
Anguilla20025 1000 tonnes
Anguilla20016 1000 tonnes
Antigua and Barbuda20159631000 tonnes
Antigua and Barbuda201413831000 tonnes
Antigua and Barbuda201313331000 tonnes
Antigua and Barbuda201212331000 tonnes
Antigua and Barbuda201112131000 tonnes
Antigua and Barbuda201013731000 tonnes
Antigua and Barbuda200913631000 tonnes
Antigua and Barbuda200812231000 tonnes
Antigua and Barbuda200711231000 tonnes
Antigua and Barbuda20069131000 tonnes
Antigua and Barbuda20058431000 tonnes
Argentina20125,69241000 tonnes
Argentina20106,12641000 tonnes
Argentina20095,66241000 tonnes
Argentina20085,58541000 tonnes
Armenia2015493 1000 tonnes
Armenia2014517 1000 tonnes
Armenia2013518 1000 tonnes
Armenia2012408 1000 tonnes
Armenia2011396 1000 tonnes

Footnotes

1 - Data refer to the amount of municipal waste generated.
2 - 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.
3 - Data refer to total waste generation.
4 - Waste of the Metropolitan Area of Buenos Aires received by the Coordinación Ecológica del Área Metropolitana Sociedad del Estado (CEAMSE)(CEAMSE; State Society for the Ecological Coordination of the Metropolitan Area). Years 2008-2012. Source: report prepared by the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Buenos Aires (FIUBA) based on data provided by CEAMSE. Includes the activities of Cliba S.A., AESA, Urbasur, Nittida, Urban Hygiene Entity, Integra, Balu. (Data published on the INDEC website, http://www.indec.gov.ar/, section " Territorio ", subsection " Medio Ambiente ").
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 32 countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
  2. All data are sourced from OECD for the following nine countries: Australia, Canada, Chile, Israel, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Republic of Korea, and the United States of America.
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 to 2015. For information on definitions, data quality and other important metadata, please check UNSD Environmental Indicator tables.
Last update in UNdata: 27 Mar 2018
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