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Appendix D Detailed Classification of Material Inputs* Emissions and wastes Emissions to airfrom combustion and industrial processes co2 so2 NOX as NO2 Volatile Organic Compound (Non-methane Volatile Organic Compound excluding solvents and CH4 excluding CH4 from landfills) CO Particulate matter (including dust) N2O excluding use of products and N from agriculture and wastes NH3 excluding N from fertilizers Chlorinated Fluorocarbons and Halons Waste landfilled From private households (and household-type waste from industry and commerce) From industry and commerce (production waste and Construction or demolition waste) From waste and wastewater management activities (sewage sludge, etc.) Emissions to water Nitrogen (N) Phosphorus (P) Other substances and (organic) materials Dumping of materials at sea *From Table 8, Economy-Wide Material Flow Accounts and Derived Indicators: A Meth- odological Guide (Eurostat, 2001~. 121

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122 Dissipative use of products and dissipative losses Dissipative use of products Dissipative use on agricultural land Mineral fertilizers Farmyard manure Sewage sludge Compost Pesticides Seeds Dissipative use on roads (thawing and grit materials) Dissipative use of other kind (including solvents) Dissipative losses Abrasion (tires, etc.) Accidents with chemicals Leakages (natural gas, etc.) Erosion and corrosion of infrastructures (roads, etc.) Exports (detailed classification is the same as for imports) Memorandum items for balancings Water vaporfrom combustion (H2O) From water (H2O) contents of fuels From hydrogen (H) contents of fuels Water evaporationfrom products Water content of biomass Water content of other materials Respiration of humans and livestock co2 Water vapor (H2O) APPENDIX D Disposal of unused domestic extraction (same detailed classification as for unused domestic extraction)3 Indirect flows associated to exports (same detailed classification as for indirect flows associated to imports)3 iExport data should be organized at the same level of detail as imports to the extent pos- sible, to allow compilation of physical trade balances by material groups. Memorandum items for balancing are not to be included when compiling indicators. 3Soil erosion could be shown as an optional memorandum item of disposal of unused domestic extraction and unused extraction associated with imported products but is not to be included when compiling indicators.