Recovery rate of construction and demolition waste

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(i)The indicator is part of the Circular Economy indicator set. It is used to monitor progress towards a circular economy on the thematic area of 'waste management'. Construction and demolition is one of the biggest sources of waste in the Europe. Many of the materials are recyclable or can be reused, but reuse and recycling rates currently vary widely across the EU. (ii) The indicator is the ratio of construction and demolition waste which is prepared for re-use, recycled or subject to material recovery, including through backfilling operations, divided by the construction and demolition waste treated as defined in Regulation (EC) No 2150/2002 on waste statistics (iii) Data are presented for all EU Member States, plus Iceland, Norway, Montenegro, Republic of North Macedonia, Serbia, Turkey and the United Kingdom (until 2018 included). (iv)Data source: European Statistical System (ESS)

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Last Updated February 1, 2022, 07:56 (UTC)
Created January 27, 2022, 07:23 (UTC)
Access level Public
Data timespan 2010 - 2018
Data update frequency annually
Geographical area Europe
Language English, German, French
Organization Eurostat
Time interval every 2 years