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Country or AreaYearValue Unit
Andorra20150 tonnes
Andorra20140 tonnes
Andorra20130 tonnes
Antigua and Barbuda2015171tonnes
Antigua and Barbuda2014141tonnes
Antigua and Barbuda201371tonnes
Antigua and Barbuda201281tonnes
Antigua and Barbuda20111571tonnes
Antigua and Barbuda2010231tonnes
Antigua and Barbuda2009531tonnes
Antigua and Barbuda20081011tonnes
Antigua and Barbuda2007521tonnes
Antigua and Barbuda2006861tonnes
Antigua and Barbuda2005601tonnes
Armenia2015551,018 tonnes
Armenia2014571,750 tonnes
Armenia2013574,974 tonnes
Armenia2012460,845 tonnes
Armenia2011457,7302tonnes
Armenia2010432,812 tonnes
Armenia2009438,228 tonnes
Armenia2008433,538 tonnes
Armenia2007362,275 tonnes
Armenia2006352,279 tonnes
Armenia2005346,325 tonnes
Armenia2004351,400 tonnes
Armenia2003344,095 tonnes
Armenia2002377,900 tonnes
Armenia2001375,500 tonnes
Armenia2000381,578 tonnes
Armenia1999241,596 tonnes
Armenia1998286,607 tonnes
Austria201460,260 tonnes
Austria201259,046 tonnes
Austria201047,959 tonnes
Austria200845,033 tonnes
Austria20060 tonnes
Austria200443,465 tonnes
Azerbaijan2015166,965 tonnes
Azerbaijan2014414,634 tonnes
Azerbaijan201365,401 tonnes
Azerbaijan201284,996 tonnes
Azerbaijan201197,530 tonnes
Azerbaijan201087,315 tonnes
Azerbaijan2009144,518 tonnes
Azerbaijan200855,840 tonnes
Azerbaijan20071,510 tonnes
Azerbaijan20061,406,220 tonnes
Azerbaijan2005622 tonnes
Azerbaijan2004100,360 tonnes

Footnotes

1 - Hazardous waste gone to landfill is all waste generated from the medical sector so is partly hazardous material but not all hazardous. The specific amount of how much medical waste is hazardous is unknown.
2 - Classification of waste by classes of hazard is done in accordance with the relevant legislation of RA and the Classifier, which was last amended in 2010. That's why the indicators for the years preceding 2010 and the years following 2010 are not compatible.
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: 2018/03/27
Next update in UNdata: 2020/06/15