• Mining waste Environment European Commission

    Waste from extractive operations (i.e. waste from extraction and processing of mineral resources) is one of the largest waste streams in the EU. It involves materials that must be removed to gain access to the mineral resource, such as topsoil, overburden and waste rock, as well as tailings remaining after minerals have been largely extracted

  • Europe’s half a million landfill sites potentially worth a

    Group Machiels, a waste management company, wants to excavate millions of tons of decades-old waste buried in one of Europe’s largest landfills and turn it into renewable energy and building

  • Waste statistics Statistics Explained

    This article gives an overview on waste generation and treatment in the European Union (EU) and several non- countries. It draws exclusively on data collected in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 2150/2002 of the European Parliament and Council on waste statistics.. Waste, defined by Directive 2008/98/EC Article 3(1) as ‘any substance or object which the holder discards or intends or

  • Mining Waste an overview ScienceDirect Topics

    According to the Central Statistical Off (2002), the total amount of mining waste (including tailings from preparation plants) generated in 2000 in Poland was as high as 73.6 million tons (Mt), i.e. 59.5% of the total waste generated in the country. Annual generation of hard coal mining waste in 2001 accounted for 38.4 Mt and waste from ore

  • Mining Waste Management Market Global Forecast to 2022

    [267 Pages Report] The mining waste management market was valued at 165.22 Billion Tons in 2016 and is expected to reach 233.56 Billion Tons by 2022, at a CAGR of 6.1% from 2017 to 2022.

  • MANAGEMENT OF MINING, QUARRYING AND ORE

    represents the first overview of the current situation in Europe as regards mining waste and presents the current regulatory and management measures specific to each country. The survey involved two approaches: • a questionnaire related to the quantities of existing waste, associated with the

  • Municipal waste statistics Statistics Explained

    Municipal waste treatment. In this section, differences in the management of municipal waste are shown and treatment strategies are identified based on reported amounts of municipal waste landfilled, incinerated, recycled and composted.Member States are asked to distinguish between incineration with and without energy recovery.In this article only the total amount incinerated is analysed.

  • Costs for Municipal Waste Management in the EU

    waste management, including the various fractions thereof, shall be given for the 15 EU Member States. 1 European Commission (1997) Cost-benefit analysis of the different municipal solid waste management systems: Objectives and instruments for the year 2000. Luxembourg: Off for

  • Resource efficiency and waste — European Environment Agency

    The global environmental problems we face today are largely the result of human overexploitation of natural resources, including (fossil) fuels, minerals, water, land and biodiversity. It has become increasingly clear that Europe's prevailing model of economic development — based on high resource use, waste generation and pollution — cannot be sustained in the long term. Today, the

  • National Overview: Facts and Figures on Materials, Wastes

    The Current National PictureGenerationRecycling/CompostingCombustion with Energy RecoveryLandfillingTrends 1960 to TodayGeneration TrendsRecycling and Composting TrendsRecycling and Composting Trends Specific to 2014-2015Environmental BenefitsEPA began collecting and reporting data on the generation and disposition of waste in the United States more than 30 years ago. The Agency uses this information to measure the success of materials management programs across the country and to characterize the national waste stream. These Facts and Figures are current through calendar year 2015. See our Sustainable Materials Management web area for relevant information and our 在epa.gov上查看更多信息
  • Waste Environment European Commission

    In Europe, we currently use 16 tonnes of material per person per year, of which 6 tonnes become waste. Although the management of that waste continues to improve in the EU, the European economy currently still loses a significant amount of potential 'secondary raw materials' such as metals, , , , present waste streams.

  • Global Mining Waste Management Market Estimated at 189.8

    Aug 28, 2020· The Mining Waste Management market in the U.S. is estimated at 51.4 Billion Tons in the year 2020. China, the world's second largest economy, is forecast to reach a projected market size of 55.3 Billion Tons by the year 2027 trailing a CAGR of 7.8% over the analysis period 2020 to 2027.

  • EU waste management: infographic with facts and figures

    Waste management In order to look after the environment, waste either needs to be avoided or treated to reduce its impact. The EU wants to promote the prevention of waste and the re-use of products as much as possible. If this is not possible it prefers recycling (including composting), followed by using waste to generate energy.

  • Plastic waste in Europe Statistics & Facts Statista

    Sep 07, 2020· Germany was the country that generated the largest amount of plastic packaging in Europe, at nearly 3.2 million metric tons. Generally, the volume of

  • Waste recycling — European Environment Agency

    Nov 22, 2019· Recycling rates of municipal waste, packaging waste and waste electrical and electronic equipment — which represent significant sources of secondary materials and critical raw materials — are increasing in Europe, indicating a move towards using waste as a resource and a more circular economy. •Recycling rates for both municipal waste and packaging waste have increased

  • in Central Europe ioer

    Post-Mining Regions in Central Europe Problems, Potentials, Possibilities This volume is about post-mining regions in Central Europe, where people have taken up the challenge of overcoming the crisis provoked by the cessation of mining. Although the situation in these regions is mostly difficult, the book is not about decline and desperation.

  • Resource efficiency and waste — European Environment Agency

    The global environmental problems we face today are largely the result of human overexploitation of natural resources, including (fossil) fuels, minerals, water, land and biodiversity. It has become increasingly clear that Europe's prevailing model of economic development — based on high resource use, waste generation and pollution — cannot be sustained in the long term. Today, the

  • Status and Opportunities for Energy Recovery from

    Apr 19, 2018· This provides an overview of waste generation and treatment operations in the European Union (EU) and other European countries and an analysis of the possibilities for the use of municipal solid waste (MSW) for energy production. A geographic information system based methodology was developed to investigate the spatial distribution of MSW and to identify the optimal

  • Plastics the Facts 2019

    waste were collected in Europe to be recycled (inside and outside the EU) RECYCLING MULTIPLIER EFFECT x2.4 in GDP and almost x3 in jobs The European industry has a multiplier effect of 2.4 in GDP and almost 3 in jobs* * The European House Ambrosetti study, data for Italy, 2013 9.

  • Why aren't we mining landfills for valuable stuff like

    The upward global trend is echoed in the United States, which has seen the amount garbage from cities and counties grow from 217.3 million tons (197.1 million metric tons) in 1995 to 262.4 million tons (238.0 million metric tons) in 2015, the most recent data availe, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

  • DemanD for lithium is rising Friends of the Earth Europe

    According to a 2008 uS EPA study, approximately 800,000 tons of automotive batteries, 190,000 tons of industrial batteries, and 160,000 tons of consumer batteries enter the European market. uS Environmental Protection Agency, Recycling and Reuse: Batteries and Accumulators: European union Directive June 2008.

  • Amid the COVID-19 crisis and the looming economic

    Jun 18, 2020· Table 83: Mining Waste Management Market in Europe in Million Tons by Waste Type: A Historic Review for the Period 2012-2019 Table 84: European Mining Waste Management Market Share Breakdown by