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The graph below shows waste recycling rates in the U. S. from 1960 to 2011. v.2

The graph below shows waste recycling rates in the U. S. from 1960 to 2011. v. 2
The line chart outlines how much waste was recycled in the US between 1960 and 2011. The garbage recycling is presented both in quantity, in million tons, and percentage. Generally speaking, waste recycling in the US after 1985 increased remarkably despite a big proportion of litter remained unrecycled. As the data suggests, 5. 6 million tons rubbish was recycled in the USA in 1960 which accounted for 6. 4% of the trash production in this year. The recycling in 1965 slightly declined but increased in 1970 when 6. 6% waste recycling took place. In 1980, more than 14 million tons of garbage was recycled and it developed by almost 2% after 5 years. After a decade, 16% of total waste was recycled and this ratio after that increased steadily. Almost one-third of the surplus was recycled in 2005 which amounted nearly 80 million tons. A through observation indicates that a great percentage of scrap in the US is not recycled. For instance, 80 million tons, about 31% waste recycling figure in the US shows that another 160 million tons are not recycled. Finally, in 2011, more than one-third rubbish was recycled which accounted for around 87 million tons of waste produced in the USA.
The line chart outlines how much
waste
was
recycled
in the US between 1960 and 2011. The garbage
recycling
is presented
both in quantity, in
million
tons, and percentage.
Generally
speaking,
waste
recycling
in the US after 1985 increased
remarkably
despite a
big
proportion of litter remained
unrecycled
.

As the data suggests, 5. 6
million
tons rubbish was
recycled
in the USA in 1960 which accounted for 6. 4% of the trash production in this year. The
recycling
in 1965
slightly
declined
but
increased in 1970 when 6. 6%
waste
recycling
took place. In 1980, more than 14
million
tons of garbage was
recycled
and it developed by almost 2% after 5 years. After a decade, 16% of total
waste
was
recycled
and this ratio after that increased
steadily
.

Almost one-third of the surplus was
recycled
in 2005 which amounted
nearly
80
million
tons. A
through
observation indicates that a great percentage of scrap in the US is not
recycled
.
For instance
, 80
million
tons, about 31%
waste
recycling
figure in the US
shows
that another 160
million
tons are not
recycled
.
Finally
, in 2011, more than one-third rubbish was
recycled
which accounted for around 87
million
tons of
waste
produced in the USA.
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