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Lead recovered from lead-base scrap in United States: Drop in 2014

The indicator diminished by 11.98% in 2014, according to statistics presented by U.S. Geological Survey. The variable dropped from 19 200 metric ton in 2013 to 16 900 metric ton previous year, versus the prior year when it grew by 9.09%. The overall changes for the previous 14 years reached a decline of 64.27%. As well as it has shown a negative compound annual growth rate of 0.06% over the last 5 years with a marginal overall fall since the start of time series. It averaged 21 350 metric ton from 2001 to 2014 and it hit its all-time high of 47 300 metric ton in 2001 and record low of 12 500 metric ton in 2004.

Lead recovered from lead-base scrap in United States: Drop in 2014
Date Metric Ton Variation
2014 16 900.00 -11.98
2013 19 200.00 9.09
2012 17 600.00 -12.44
2011 20 100.00 -11.06
2010 22 600.00 12.44
2009 20 100.00 8.06
2008 18 600.00 -17.33
2007 22 500.00 66.67
2006 13 500.00 -4.93
2005 14 200.00 13.6

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