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The chart below shows waste collection by a recycling centre from 2011 to 2015


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Aug 11, 2021   #1

The given chart illustrates how much wastes was collected by a recycling centre from 2011 to 2015.


Overall,the total amount wastes collected each year followed similar trends.Additionally,the paper was the most collected type by a recycling centre and the reverse was true for the garden wastes.

As can be seen from the figure,in 2011,paper was just the most collected category,at nearly 60 tons,closely followed by the glass waste which is 48 tons.The tin waste ranked third with 35 tons.The smallest belonged to garden waste which was approximately 30 tons.

The amount of collected waste paper hit the lowest point in 2013 ( with 40 tons) before increasing to over 70 tons which reached the peak in 2015.On the one hand,the figures for the other type of waste all witnessed fluctuation throughout the period with 52 tons of glass,39 tons of tin and 35 tons of garden waste being collected in the past year



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Aug 12, 2021   #2
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