To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs how much was spent on waste management in the United Kingdom as a proportion of gross domestic product in each of the last five years; how much was Government expenditure in each year; what the projected expenditure as a proportion of gross domestic product is for each of the next five years; and how much she estimates will be Government expenditure in each year.
Information is not available centrally in the form requested. Figures are available for the total expenditure by local waste disposal and collection authorities in England on the management of municipal waste for each of the years from 1999–2000 to 2002–03. The table provides these figures and what this expenditure represents as a proportion of gross value added for England.
|Gross Value Added for England at Current Basic Price in (£)(6)||Net current expenditure on waste management expenditure by waste disposal and collection authorities in England in (£)(7)||Waste management expenditure by waste collection and waste disposal authorities as a percentage of GVA in England|
(6) Under European System of Accounts 95 (ESA95), the term GVA is used to denote estimates that were previously known as Gross Domestic Product (GDP) at basic prices. Under ESA95 the term GDP denotes GVA plus taxes (less subsidies) on products, i.e. at market prices. Regional accounts are currently only published at basic prices, so the figures are now referred to as GVA rather than GDP as in previous publications. Sourced from national statistics website www.statistics.gov.uk and then navigating through economy, regional gross value added, products results, NUTS1 Regional Gross Value Added (1989–2003) (data tables).