Key Category Analysis Hg

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 Hg were calculated.

Level

Source Emissions in 2010 (Gg) Proportion Hg
1.A.1.a Public Electricity and Heat Production 0,0061 65,91% 65,91%
2.C.1 Iron and Steel Production 0,0011 11,47% 77,38%
2.A.1 Cement Production 0,0007 7,01% 84,39%
1.A.4.b.i Residential: Stationary plants 0,0003 3,68% 88,07%
1.A.2.f.i Stationary Combustion in Manufacturing Industries and Construction: Other 0,0003 3,54% 91,62%
1.A.1.b Petroleum refining 0,0003 2,78% 94,40%
1.A.1.c Manufacture of Solid Fuels and Other Energy Industries 0,0002 2,03% 96,43%

Trend

Source Emissions in 1990 (Gg) Emissions in 2010 (Gg) Contribution to trend Hg
1.A.1.a Public Electricity and Heat Production 0,0124 0,0061 37,98% 37,98%
1.A.1.c Manufacture of Solid Fuels and Other Energy Industries 0,0064 0,0002 27,38% 65,36%
1.A.2.f.i Stationary Combustion in Manufacturing Industries and Construction: Other 0,0052 0,0003 21,83% 87,19%
2.C.1 Iron and Steel Production 0,0027 0,0011 8,98% 96,17%
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