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ARCHIVED - CEPA 1999 Annual Report for April 2008 to March 2009

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Figure 1

For 2006-2007, this line graph shows a drop in visits from about 60 000 in April 2006 to a low of about 25 000 in May and June, then an increase to a high of about 175 000 visits in March 2007.

For 2007-2008, this line graph shows a sharp increase from about 160 000 visits in April 2007 to a high of almost 300 000 visits in July 2007, then a decline to a low of about 60 000 visits in December 2007, and yet another increase to 150 000 visits in March 2008.

For 2008-2009, this line graph shows a sharp decline in visits from about 180 000 in May 2008 to about 50 000 in August 2008, then a gradual increase to about 60 000 visits in March 2009.Visitors to the CEPA Environmental Registry, by month, from 2006-2007 to 2008-2009

Visitors to the CEPA Environmental Registry, by month, from 2006-2007 to 2008-2009


Figure 2

This line graph shows a gradual increase in visits in 2005 from about 5 000 to 15 000, and a dip in mid-2006 to a low of about 1000 visits. A sharp increase to a peak of 70 000 visits is seen in mid-2007 and a peak of about 50 000 in May 2008. Visits towards the end of 2008, and 2009 level off at about 15 000 visits.

Figure 3

This bar chart shows that total exports of hazardous waste and hazardous recyclable material were lower than imports every year from 2001 to 2005. Total imports show a decline from 2001 to 2004 to just over 400 000 tonnes. They increased in 2005 and 2007 to about 470 000 tonnes and peaked in 2008 at slightly over their 2001 level of 500 000 tonnes. Total exports from 2001 to 2005 were fairly stable at about 300 000 tonnes and increased to about 470 000 tonnes in 2006 and about 220 000 tonnes in 2007 and about 250 000 tonnes in 2008. For the exact weights for all years, consult Table 12 and Table 13.

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