The line graph below show the household recycling rates in three different countries between 2005 and 2015.
Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.
The line graph illustrates the percentage of domestic recycling in three different nations namely UK, France and Germany from 2005 to 2015.
Overall, it is evident that the proportion of recycling the waste from home in the UK and Germany increased steadily over this period whilst there is a decline in the number of household recycling in France.
In 2005, there was a difference of about 50% of waste recycling in France, compared to just 20% in Germany, making it the highest figure among all group. The UK accounted for a considerable amount of household recycling with about 35% in the same period. While the number of deposal recycled in each home in the UK and Germany continued to rise during this term, the ratio of that in France decrease significantly and then fluctuated slightly.
Having reached the peak of over 60% in 2015, the number of domestic waste that every home in the UK recycle was the highest figure among three different nations. Despite some fluctuations over the term, the proportion of France and Germany witnessed an increase to 40% and 59% respectively.