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Country or AreaYearValue Unit
Algeria2007325,100 tonnes
Algeria2003325,000 tonnes
Algeria1997185,000 tonnes
Algeria1995185,000 tonnes
Andorra20151,7881tonnes
Andorra20142,081 tonnes
Andorra2013976 tonnes
Armenia201262,4022tonnes
Armenia201167,3962tonnes
Armenia201048,2982tonnes
Armenia2009467,5242tonnes
Armenia2008430,5542tonnes
Armenia2007440,8712tonnes
Armenia2006343,3932tonnes
Armenia2005330,9092tonnes
Armenia2004544,7012tonnes
Armenia2003420,3842tonnes
Armenia20021,2053tonnes
Armenia20011,5513tonnes
Armenia20001,9673tonnes
Armenia19999123tonnes
Austria20141,272,288 tonnes
Austria20121,065,888 tonnes
Austria20101,472,864 tonnes
Austria20081,329,984 tonnes
Austria2006961,899 tonnes
Austria20041,013,727 tonnes
Azerbaijan2012296,979 tonnes
Azerbaijan2011185,676 tonnes
Azerbaijan2010139,971 tonnes
Azerbaijan2009131,839 tonnes
Azerbaijan200824,276 tonnes
Azerbaijan200710,471 tonnes
Azerbaijan200629,573 tonnes
Azerbaijan200512,831 tonnes
Azerbaijan200411,183 tonnes
Azerbaijan200326,861 tonnes
Azerbaijan20029,777 tonnes
Azerbaijan200116,437 tonnes
Azerbaijan200026,556 tonnes
Azerbaijan199913,030 tonnes
Azerbaijan199833,922 tonnes
Azerbaijan199736,097 tonnes
Azerbaijan199618,024 tonnes
Azerbaijan199526,998 tonnes
Bahrain200735,0084tonnes
Bahrain200638,7404tonnes
Bahrain200538,2024tonnes
Bahrain200433,0054tonnes
Bahrain200333,6164tonnes

Footnotes

1 - Basel Convention: Y1-Y45.
2 - Includes wastes from new mining operations.
3 - It does not include mining industry waste due to the lack of agreed classes of danger. The approach within all years and relevant deadlines is a single approach. Currently a normative document is being developed on putting waste (located at tailing dumps) into the category of technical careers, from which the company will be exempt from the relevant environmental payments.
4 - The data provided from 1995 till 2002 was based on calculated quantity, as total quantity of industrial waste generated without classification (hazardous or non hazardous) adopted by Basel Convention. Since 2003, the data were based on classifications as adopted by Basel Convention.
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.
Last update in UNdata: 3 Oct 2017
Next update in UNdata: 2017