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Flows that enter nature, both during and after the production or consumption processes. Said exits include emissions into the air or the water, dumping of waste, as well as the materials that cause disseminated contamination (such as fertilisers or melting substances). Exits also include the dumping of unused domestic extraction.


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


Statistical operations

(links to the Inventory of Statistical Operations)

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