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D00M
Posted: Wednesday, September 13, 2017 4:57:20 PM

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Hello respected teachers,

Would you please check my description of the following charts?

The pie charts below show how dangerous waste products are dealt with in three countries.





My description:
The pie charts illustrate the proportion of different methods used to treat hazardous waste products in three separate nations: the Republic of Korea, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. Overall, it is evident that waste burial and incineration account for the largest and smallest proportions of the waste respectively.

In the United Kingdom, 82% of the waste is get rid of by burial, which is nearly four times bigger than that for Korea. Just above half of the dangerous waste in Sweden is also dealt with through the same process. By contrast, incineration constitutes the largest proportion of the waste among the countries in question; Sweden stands first with 20%, followed by Korea and the UK (9% and 2% respectively).

A closer look at the charts reveals that recycling is responsible for 69% of the waste in Korea, which is approximately 2/3 higher than that of Sweden. Interestingly, in the UK, recycling is not recognized as a means of waste treatment, but other methods (dumping at sea and chemical treatment) compromise the remaining 16% of the total share in disposing of unsafe waste products.

I am specifically concerned about the colored parts, but any other comments and improvements are perfectly welcome.


I am looking forward to your answers.
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