Dataset [Tables], Product code: ten00110, updated on 08-Jun-2018

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

Dataset [Database], Product code: env_waselee, updated on 26-Mar-2018

Dedicated sections [Waste], updated on 08-May-2018

Demand for statistics on waste generation and treatment has grown considerably in recent years. Regular statistics on the production and management of waste from businesses and private households are collected from Member States to monitor the implementation of European Union was...

Dedicated sections [Waste], updated on 18-Nov-2016

Under the Waste Statistics Regulation waste data is categorised by 18 economic activities (NACE Rev. 2 codes) and households. The data tables below show waste statistics reported under the NACE code for the Construction Sector. Note that this data represents waste fr...

Dedicated sections [Waste], updated on 18-Nov-2016

Under the Waste Statistics Regulation waste data is categorised by 18 economic activities (NACE Rev. 2 codes) and households. The data tables below show waste statistics reported under the NACE code for Services, which includes activities such as wholesale, retail, transport,...

Dedicated sections [Waste], updated on 06-Apr-2018

Under the Waste Statistics Regulation waste data is categorised by economic activity or as from ‘Households'. Further information of the definition of waste from ‘Households' and its relation to the more commonly used term ‘household waste' can be found on the Help/F...

Dedicated sections [Waste], updated on 07-Mar-2018

We produce several publications that describe European waste statistics. The easiest to understand are called ‘Statistics Explained'. These web-based documents follow the ‘Wikipedia' style, and include summary tables, charts, and plenty of hyperlinks to take you to the information you need

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

Dedicated sections [Waste], updated on 08-Mar-2018

Waste-related Indicators Waste-related indicators are used to measure and track trends in waste generation and certain aspects of EU waste management. They provide information on progress towards EU policy objectives and help EU countries improve their environmental per...

Dedicated sections [Waste], updated on 02-Mar-2018

There are a number of EU Directives which have introduced recovery and recycling targets – on packaging waste, end-of-life vehicles, batteries waste electrical and electronic equipment and construction and demolition waste, for example. Data on these waste streams is r...

Dedicated sections [Waste], updated on 18-Nov-2016

The quantity of waste generated is an important indicator, e.g. for monitoring consumption patterns or the resource efficiency of industrial production. It can be used to measure an increase, or decline, of waste over time, and also the difference in generation between countries. Me...