Dataset [Tables], Product code: ten00110, updated on 17-May-2017

Waste generated by households (EP-HH) by year and waste category (EWC-Stat 4).

Dataset [Database], Product code: env_wasnmin, updated on 21-Dec-2016

Dataset [Database], Product code: env_waselee, updated on 12-Apr-2017

Statistics in Focus , Product code: KS-NQ-01-014, published on 13-Sep-2001

Statistical books , Product code: KS-69-05-755, published on 11-Oct-2005

"The year 2005 edition presents an update of the successful 2003 publication on 'Waste generated and treated in Europe'. It is the last publication based on the data collection via the joint OECD/Eurostat questionnaire. In 2006 this questionnaire will be replaced by reporting under the Waste

Statistical books , Product code: KS-55-03-471, published on 16-Dec-2003

This is the second publication made by Eurostat on the generation and treatment of waste in Europe. This study presents a set of official statistics using as a principal source the joint Eurostat/OECD Questionnaire (2002). For some countries, this data has been complemented with data provided

Statistics in Focus , Product code: KS-SF-13-022, published on 19-Sep-2013

Since reference year 2004, Eurostat collects every two years comprehensive data on waste generation and treatment under Regulation 2002/2150/EC on waste statistics (WStatR). This article presents in detail two WStatR-based indicators: The sustainable development indicator 'generation of waste excluding major mineral wastes' (tsdpc210) and the new indicator ‘landfilling of waste excluding major mineral wastes', intended to become part of the new set of resource efficiency

Dataset [Database], Product code: env_wastrt, updated on 19-May-2017

Dataset [Database], Product code: env_wasgen, updated on 16-May-2017

Dataset [Database], Product code: med_en23, updated on 10-Dec-2015

Dataset [Tables], Product code: t2020_rt110, updated on 10-May-2017

The indicator is defined as the volume of waste landfilled (directly or indirectly) in a country per year divided by the volume of the waste treated in the same year. Waste taken into account excludes major mineral wastes, dredging spoils and contaminated soils. This exclusion enhances