The table below shows the amount of waste production (in millions of tonnes) in six different countries over a twenty-year period. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The Spreadsheet vividly elucidates the production of waste in six distinctive countries over a twentyfold period. Units are measured in millions of tonnes.
Overall, the most eye-catching feature is that the US recorded the highest generation of waste in all three years whilst Ireland and Portugal were able to generate little waste production. The Significant features will be discussed in the following paragraphs.
As is presented in the tabular chart, in the US, in 1980 generation of waste fell drastically at 13q tonnes and recorded a gradual increase of 20 tonnes in the preceding year, it surged to 192 tonnes over the period of time.
Moving further on to details, in 1980, Japan production of waste dramatically declined to 28 tonnes and suddenly spiked to 32 tonnes and hit a peak approximately at 53 tonnes over the timescale. It is noted that Poland and Portugal waste generation fell dramatically and only recorded a slight increase at the end of the period whilst Ireland reached the lowest point respectively.
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