Nine percent recycled materials in the economy
Around 9 percent of all materials entering the Dutch economy are recycled.
CBS invents method to map European e-waste
CBS has calculated annually produced e-waste quantities for all European countries
Circular economy what we want to know and can measure
Circular economy: what we want to know and can measure
Material Flow Monitor 2016 - Technical report
The Material Flow Monitor 2016 provides insight into the physical material flows (in kilos) to, from and within the Dutch economy. The dataset also includes information on waste, recycling, emissions...
Use of secondary materials: potential data sources
Exploration of potential sources to collect data about the use of secondary materials at the request of the Dutch environmental assessment agency.
The Circular Economy: starting progress measurement
The proposed monitoring system to track progress in the planned transition towards a circular economy.
Critical materials in the Dutch economy. Preliminary results
This explorative study addresses the impact of critical materials on the Dutch economy. It is based on 41 critical materials identified by a specialist EU working group, plus 3 critical materials...
Most industrial waste recycled
In 2008, 18.8 million tons of industrial waste were produced. Nearly 17 million tons (90 percent) were reused or incinerated to generate energy. The remaining 2 million tons were dumped in landfills...
The Circular Economy: towards a lower use of resources
a statistical overview of the circular economy’s effects on the environment and raw material consumption
Construction sector leading in waste and recycling
Reuse of recycled materials contributes to the government target of realising a fully circular economy by 2050. The construction sector generated the most waste in 2016 but also used half of all...
Dutch producers reduce waste of raw materials
The use of raw materials in the Dutch economy was reduced by 14 percent in the period 2004-2014.
Smaller material footprint, more recycling than the EU average
The Netherlands consumed over 20 percent fewer materials than in 2000. Material consumption per capita is lower than average in the EU and the material footprint per capita is lower.
Green growth in the Netherlands 2015
In the publication Green growth in the Netherlands 2015 ,Statistics Netherlands analyses and describes the state of the “green” economy in the Netherlands, based on 36 indicators, divided...