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Waste recovery (other than energy recovery) by waste category, EU-28, 2012

Slide Content

The slide presents data about waste recovery in the EU in 2012, focusing on types other than energy recovery. It shows a pie chart where the largest segment is "Mineral & solidified" at 69.8%, indicating this category has the most significant portion of waste recovery. Following that, "Recyclable" waste represents 16%, and smaller segments include "Metallic" (8.2%), "Animal & vegetal" (6.9%), and other categories like "Paper & cardboard," "Wood," "Glass," "Plastic," "Rubber & textile," "Mixed ordinary," "Chemical & medical," and "Common sludges," with percentages ranging from 0.3% to 3.6%.

Graphical Look

  • The slide background is light grey, transitioning to white at the bottom.
  • A large, colorful pie chart dominates the slide, with each segment representing a different waste category.
  • Next to each segment of the pie chart are icons depicting the type of waste, like a tree for wood and a recycling symbol for recyclables.
  • Percentage values are displayed adjacent to each icon, indicating the proportion of each waste category.
  • Each segment's color corresponds to the type of waste, with a color scheme ranging from green, blue, orange, to grey and tan.
  • The title of the slide is bold and centered at the top in black font.
  • A light orange banner superimposed at the top left corner with the word "Usage example" in white.

The slide has a modern and professional look with a clear visualization of data, making it easy to comprehend the proportions of the various waste categories.

Use Cases

  • To present statistical data on environmental management performances during an ecological or sustainability conference.
  • As part of a business presentation showing a company's commitment to reducing different types of waste and contributing to sustainable practices.
  • In educational settings, to teach students about waste management and recycling efforts within the EU.
  • During governmental or policy-making meetings to assess and strategize on waste management regulations and progress.

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