Key Category Analysis Cd

Last updated on 24 Jan 2013 17:05 by Kevin Hausmann

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The tables below show detailed information on how the key categories for Cd were calculated.

Level

Source Emissions in 2010 (Gg) Proportion Cd
2.C.1 Iron and Steel Production 0,0013 23,67% 23,67%
1.A.1.b Petroleum refining 0,0012 23,46% 47,12%
1.A.1.a Public Electricity and Heat Production 0,0011 21,61% 68,73%
1.A.4.b.i Residential: Stationary plants 0,0007 13,82% 82,56%
1.A.3.b.vi Road Transport:, Automobile tyre and brake wear 0,0003 5,56% 88,11%
1.B.1.b Fugitive emission from Solid Fuels: Solid fuel transformation 0,0003 5,09% 93,21%
2.A.1 Cement Production 0,0001 2,32% 95,53%

Trend

Source Emissions in 1990 (Gg) Emissions in 2010 (Gg) Contribution to trend Cd
1.A.1.a Public Electricity and Heat Production 0,0049 0,0011 28,10% 28,10%
1.A.1.c Manufacture of Solid Fuels and Other Energy Industries 0,0041 0,0000 26,82% 54,92%
2.C.1 Iron and Steel Production 0,0041 0,0013 22,41% 77,33%
1.A.2.f.i Stationary Combustion in Manufacturing Industries and Construction: Other 0,0019 0,0001 12,22% 89,55%
1.A.1.b Petroleum refining 0,0011 0,0012 3,60% 93,16%
1.B.1.b Fugitive emission from Solid Fuels: Solid fuel transformation 0,0006 0,0003 2,80% 95,96%
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