What is the most producing trash countries?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    The world's rubbish dump: a tip that stretches from Hawaii to Japan

    By Kathy Marks, Asia-Pacific Correspondent, and Daniel Howden

    Tuesday, 5 February 2008

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    A "plastic soup" of waste floating in the Pacific Ocean is growing at an alarming rate and now covers an area twice the size of the continental United States, scientists have said.

    The vast expanse of debris – in effect the world's largest rubbish dump – is held in place by swirling underwater currents. This drifting "soup" stretches from about 500 nautical miles off the Californian coast, across the northern Pacific, past Hawaii and almost as

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  • 5 years ago

    capitalistopia in the zulu province of lordsville on the inner ring around planet poop in the garbage galaxy. it has a black-hole rating of 42 and a 28% real rate of wealth creation which means that they could be here any day now and are going to sh*t all over us "I wouldve said economic growth of 3%" but im counting on a little evolution in the human brain to comprehend my rating "the new @$$ to mouth" they actually said that. I HOPE that they do NOT remove my answers so I can prove to them that I do know what I am talking about

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    CO2 Emissions (per capita) (most recent) by country

    #1 Qatar: 40.6735 per 1,000 people

    #2 United Arab Emirates: 28.213 per 1,000 people

    #3 Kuwait: 25.0499 per 1,000 people

    #4 Bahrain: 20.0253 per 1,000 people

    #5 United States: 19.4839 per 1,000 people

    Waste generation (most recent) by country

    #1 Denmark: 560 kgs per person per year

    #2 Netherlands: 530 kgs per person per year

    #3 United Kingdom: 480 kgs per person per year

    #4 United States: 460 kgs per person per year

    #5 Belgium: 450 kgs per person per year

    Pollution > Carbon dioxide 1999 (most recent) by country

    #1 United States: 1,499,850

    #2 Russia: 392,287

    #3 Japan: 315,274

    #4 India: 293,938

    #5 Germany: 216,213

    Pollution > Nuclear waste (most recent) by country

    #1 United States: 2,100

    #2 Canada: 1,340

    #3 France: 1,130

    #4 Japan: 964

    #5 United Kingdom:

    And here the countries that work on being green the most..

    Environmental agreement compliance (most recent) by country

    Rank Countries Amount (top to bottom)

    #1 Finland: 6.72

    #2 Denmark: 6.67

    #3 Sweden: 6.54

    #4 Austria: 6.33

    #5 Germany: 6.27

    Source(s): What country in the world produces the most pollution? wiki.answers.com
  • 1 decade ago

    United States - closely followed by Canada and Australia.


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  • 1 decade ago

    uae-a small country but it does it a lot

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