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Basic chemicals

Basic module

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This is a PCR Basic Module for CPC Division 34 Basic Chemicals. PCR Basic Modules are used as guidance documents/templates when developing PCRs, but do not constitute PCR documents in themselves.

This PCR Basic Module can be used for developing PCRs for the following Groups and underlying Classes and Subclasses within the Central Product Classification (CPC v3):

CPC Group  Name
341 Basic organic chemicals
342 Basic inorganic chemicals n.e.c.
343 Tanning or dyeing extracts; tannins and their derivatives; colouring matter n.e.c.
344 Activated natural mineral products; animal black; tall oil; terpenic oils produced by the treatment of coniferous woods; crude dipentene; crude para-cymene; pine oil; rosin and resin acids, and derivatives thereof; rosin spirit and rosin oils; rum gums; wood tar; wood tar oils; wood creosote; wood naphtha; vegetable pitch; brewers' pitch
345 Miscellaneous basic chemical products
346 Fertilizers and pesticides
347  Plastics in primary forms
348 Synthetic rubber and factice derived from oils, and mixtures thereof with natural rubber and similar natural gums, in primary forms or in plates, sheets or strip

PCR's based on this module

CPC PCR Name PCR Status
341 Basic organic chemicals Published
342 Basic inorganic chemicals n.e.c. Published
343 Tanning chemicals Published
347 Plastics in primary forms Published
3461 Mineral or chemical fertilizers Published
3462 Mineral or chemical fertilizers Published
3463 Mineral or chemical fertilizers Published
3464 Mineral or chemical fertilizers Published
3465 Mineral or chemical fertilizers Published

The complete CPC structure is available here.

Detailed information

Name: Basic chemicals
CPC Codes:34 Basic chemicals
Version: 3.01
GPI version: General Programme Instructions 3 (2017-)
Geographical scope: Global
PCR committee: The International EPD System
Appointed PCR moderator: EPD International Secretariat 

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