The pie charts below show how dangerous wasteproducts are dealt with in three countries. Summarise the information byselecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The charts compare Korea, Sweden and the UK interms of the methods used in each country to dispose of harmful waste.
It is clear that in both the UK and Sweden, themajority of dangerous waste products are buried underground. By contrast, mosthazardous materials in the Republic of Korea are recycled.
Looking at the information in more detail, we cansee that 82% of the UK's dangerous waste is put into landfill sites. Thisdisposal technique is used for 55% of the harmful waste in Sweden and only 22%of similar waste in Korea. The latter country recycles 69% of hazardousmaterials, which is far more than the other two nations.
While 25% of Sweden's dangerous waste is recycled,the UK does not recycle at all. Instead, it dumps waste at sea or treats itchemically. These two methods are not employed in Korea or Sweden, which favourincineration for 9% and 20% of dangerous waste respectively. (159 words)