The graph below shows the proportion of four different materials that were recycle from 1980 to 2010 in a particular country.
The graph outlines the information about the proportion of Paper and Cardboard, Glass containers, Aluminium Cans and Plastics which were reused from 1980 to 2000. Overall, it can be apparently seen that the recycling rate of Paper and Cardboard and Glass Container was more in given time period as compared to Aluminium cans and Plastics. At the first glance of picture, it can be clearly seen that in the intial year, the recycling rate of Paper and Cardboard, Glass containers, Aluminium Cans and Plastics had stood at over six in ten percent, fifty percent, five percent and two percent respectively. However, from 1982 to 1986, the rate of Paper and Cardboard inclined and reached at seven in ten percent but in the 1990, it decreased by 5% besides, there were some fluctuations which seemed in the rate of Paper and Cardboard in the next eighteen years. Moving into further details, the Container which was made by glass that declined after eight years by one in ten percent. Afterwards, it rose and reached at sixty percent in 2010. As following as, the proportion of Aluminium cans and Plastics was less as compared to other two materials from 1982 to 2010.