municipal waste

municipal waste

in environmental law, waste from households, and other waste that, because of its nature or composition, is similar to waste from households. See also BIODEGRADABLE WASTE.
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Slovakia belongs to the EU countries that produce the least municipal waste per capita.
Contract notice: collection of municipal waste from owners of real estate, where residents live from the area of the city of radomsko in the period from 1.1.2020 to 31.12.2021.
According to the data of the State Statistical Office, the total amount of collected municipal waste in the Republic of Macedonia in 2013 was 554,938 tonnes.
In Romania, waste disposal is the main option of municipal waste management.
and Canada generate the most municipal waste per capita out of 16 countries, according to the data.
Bulgaria is the only EU member state which neither recycles nor composts any of its municipal waste, according to Eurostat data for 2009 published Tuesday.
In 2008, the average European generated approximately half a tonne (525 kg) of municipal waste per year.
0% composted, 13% recycled, rest is landfilled In the EU27, an average 524 kilos of municipal waste was generated per person in 2008 and Cyprus had the second worst rate at a per capita waste of 770 kg, just short of league leader Denmark that saw its citizens dispose of 802 kg, according to Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union.
Municipal Waste is Ryan Waste on guitar, Dave Witte on drums, Land Phil on bass, and Tony Foresta on vocals.
While the Connecticut compost derives from a mixture of three parts household waste to one part filler, New York's comprises two parts leaves and two parts chipped Christmas trees to one part municipal waste.
The highest amount of collected municipal waste was registered in the Skopje Region - 147,804 tonnes, or 27.2% of the total collected amount in the Republic of Macedonia.
In the EU, 522 kilograms of municipal waste were generated per person in 2007.

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