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Concept selected: Domestic extraction (unused)

Definition

Unused domestic extraction comprises those materials extracted or moved in the territory of country, due to technical requirements, and which are not apt, or not intended, for any use. For example: Soil and excavated rock during construction, dredged sediments in ports, mine and quarry rock (if not reutilised) and the biomass not used from the harvest. Eroded agricultural land is not moved on purpose, but it may be included as an optional informational item.

Source

Eurostat manual: Economy-wide material flow accounts and derived indicators

Topic

Statistical operations

(links to the Inventory of Statistical Operations)

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