The chart below shows the waste disposal in 1 European country in four years 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008.
The bar chart illustrates three different ways of waste disposal in one of European countries in the period of 4 years from 2005 to 2008.
Overall, the average amount of waste disposed by landfill tended to decrease significantly from 1800 million tonnes to approxciatemately 600 millions. In contrast, the way of burning waste increase year by year with nearly 500 to 900 million tonnes for 2005 to 2008 respectively.
In 2005, landfill was the most familiar way to dispose waste with the highest rate and almost 3 times in a comparison with a close second – dumpling at sea way. However, this way of discard waste was not considered by people in its country, burning became the replacement and had the increasing year after year. Both landfill and burning method saw fluctuations throughout the period, dumpling at sea experienced relatively stable, around 600 millions tonnes per year. In total, the chart also shows that the total amount of three ways of waste disposal in this country dramactically dropped from about 2900 in 2005 to nearly 2080 million tonnes in 2008.