The pie charts compare some ways used to cope with harmful waste products in Republic Korea, Sweden and The United Kingdom.
It is noticeable that there are five ways to deal with those products namely recycling, incineration, underground, chemical treatment and dumping at sea. In Republic of Korea and Sweden use same methods which consist of recycling, incineration and underground, while there are four methods, underground, chemical treatment, dumping at sea and incineration which is used by the United Kingdom.
In Republic of Korea, recycling places the highest proportion with 69 per cent, and then underground and incineration is lower with 22 per cent and 9 per cent respectively. By contrast, underground is more than half in Sweden with 55 per cent followed by recycling and incineration with 25 per cent and incineration with 20 per cent.
In The United Kingdom, underground method was the most dominant, at 82 per cent, whereas chemical treatment and dumping at sea used up to 8 per cent in each method. Incineration was the lowest proportion with only 2 per cent.