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Material Flow Accounts - DMI, DMC and PTB indicators, Slovenia, 2010 - final data

Thursday, December 08, 2011, First Release
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As regards the values in 2010 in comparison to 2009, the direct material input indicator (DMI) decreased by 3.4% and the domestic material consumption indicator (DMC) by 5.4% while the physical trade balance indicator (PTB) increased by 4.2%.

The direct material input indicator (DMI) decreased

In 2010 the value of the DMI was comprised of 62.5% of domestic extraction (DE) and 37.5% of total material import. The value of the DMI decreased by 3.4% over 2009 due to a bit increase in the production of biomass, in the extraction of fossil energy materials, total material import and a decrease in the extraction of minerals by more than 10%. In the 2000-2010 period the value of the DMI in 2010 increased by 7.3% over 2000, reaching the highest value of 60.2 million tonnes in 2007; in 2010 its value was 45.0 million tonnes. The value of DMI/capita mostly kept growing in the 2000-2007 period and reached its highest value of 29.9 tonnes/capita in 2007; in 2010 it decreased to 22.0 tonnes/capita.

The domestic material consumption indicator (DMC) decreased

In 2010 the value of the DMC decreased by 5.4% over 2009 due to a decrease in the extraction of minerals in spite of a bit increase in extraction of fossil energy materials and total material export. In the 2000-2010 period the value of the DMC in 2010 decreased by 4.1% over 2000 (32.9 million tonnes) and its highest value was recorded in 2007 (48.0 million tonnes). The value of DMC/capita mostly kept increasing in the 2000–2007 period; its peak value of 23.9 tonnes/capita was reached in 2007, but then it decreased to 16.1 tonnes/capita in 2010.

The physical trade balance indicator (PTB) increased

In 2010 the value of the PTB increased by 4.2% over 2009 due to an increase in total material imports and exports. In the 2000-2010 period the value of the PTB in 2010 increased by 14.0% over 2000 reaching 4.8 million tonnes and its highest value was recorded in 2007 (9.5 million tonnes). The value of PTB/capita mostly kept increasing until 2007 reaching 4.7 tonnes/capita and then decreased to 2.3 tonnes/capita in 2010.

 

Table 1: Composition of Direct Material Input (DMI), Slovenia, 2010
1000 tonnes
DMI45,004.3
biomass5,482.8
fossil energy materials4,435.6
minerals18,216.0
total material import16,870.0
Source: SORS
Table 2: Composition of Domestic Material Consumption (DMC), Slovenia, 2010
1000 tonnes
DMC32,898.3
biomass5,482.8
fossil energy materials4,435.6
minerals18,216.0
total material import16,870.0
total material export12,106.0
Source: SORS
Table 3: Physical Trade Balance (PTB), Slovenia, 2010
1000 tonnes
PTB4,764.0
total material import16,870.0
total material export12,106.0
Source: SORS
Chart 1: Direct Material Input (DMI), Domestic Extraction (DE) and Total material import, Slovenia, 2000 - 2010
Chart 1: Direct Material Input (DMI), Domestic Extraction (DE) and Total material import, Slovenia, 2000 - 2010 Source: SORS
Chart 2: Domestic Material Consumption (DMC), Direct Material Input (DMI) and Total material export, Slovenia, 2000 - 2010
Chart 2: Domestic Material Consumption (DMC), Direct Material Input (DMI) and Total material export, Slovenia, 2000 - 2010 Source: SORS
Chart 3: Physical Trade Balance (PTB), Total material import and export, Slovenia, 2000 - 2010
Chart 3: Physical Trade Balance (PTB), Total material import and export, Slovenia, 2000 - 2010 Source: SORS
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