Palma.—The figure, confirmed a Balearic government environment report published yesterday, is 0.2 percent higher than a year previously.
The same research said that selective rubbish collection, dividing waste into paper and cardboard, bottles and glass, and other small containers, also rose slightly during the same period by 1.6 percent, accounting for 10.7 percent of all waste collected in the Balearics last year.

According to the survey, although it was only on Ibiza and Formentera where the amount of rubbish being produced declined at all last year (by 0.8 percent) it is also on these islands that on average, people generated the most rubbish, 1.62 kilos. Rubbish production on Majorca grew by 1.3 percent.


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