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Identifier MW_coast_city
Short name MW coastal city
Dataset H2020: Waste
Reference URL https://dd.eionet.europa.eu/datasets/latest/Waste/tables/MW_coast_city
Name Collected Municipal Waste per coastal city
Definition Amount of municipal waste collected per year per coastal city, including collection rate and waste composition.

“Municipal waste” refers to waste collected by or on behalf of municipalities; the main part originates from households, but similar wastes from commerce and trade, office buildings, institutions and small businesses is also included.
Methodology for obtaining data Amount of municipal waste collected per year per coastal city.

This data is required for computing both "Municipal waste generation per capita" and "Amount of collected and treated municipal waste, including collection rate and type of treatment" indicators.

Elements

Element name Datatype Element type
* Country Code (CountryCode) C string Fixed values
* Year (Year_H2020) C integer Quantitative
* Amount of municipal waste collected per country (MW_collected) decimal Quantitative
* Collection rate at the level of coastal city (Coll_rate_city) decimal Quantitative
* Waste Composition Category 1. - Paper, paperboard (WCC_1) decimal Quantitative
* Waste Composition Category 2. - Textiles (WCC_2) decimal Quantitative
* Waste Composition Category 3. - Plastics (WCC_3) decimal Quantitative
* Waste Composition Category 4. - Glass (WCC_4) decimal Quantitative
* Waste Composition Category 5. - Metals (WCC_5) decimal Quantitative
* Waste Composition Category 6. - Other inorganic material (WCC_6) decimal Quantitative
* Waste Composition Category 7. - Organic material (WCC_7) decimal Quantitative
* Waste Composition Category 8. - Organic material of which: food and garden waste (WCC_8) decimal Quantitative
* Data collection method (Data_collection_method) C string Fixed values
Remarks (Remarks) C string Quantitative
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