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1292.0 - Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 (Revision 1.0)  
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Division C MANUFACTURING
Subdivision 18 BASIC CHEMICAL AND CHEMICAL PRODUCT MANUFACTURING
Group 181 BASIC CHEMICAL MANUFACTURING
Class 1812 Basic Organic Chemical Manufacturing

This class consists of units mainly engaged in manufacturing basic organic chemicals, including wood or gum chemicals (e.g. organic tanning extracts and charcoal briquettes); high grade activated charcoal and/or carbon black; organic dyes and pigments. This class also includes units mainly engaged in manufacturing organic acids and industrial alcohols such as ethanol, methanol, ethylene glycol and ether.
Primary activities
  • Acetaldehyde manufacturing
  • Acid, acetic, manufacturing
  • Acid, organic, manufacturing
  • Activated carbon/charcoal manufacturing
  • Carbon black manufacturing
  • Charcoal briquette manufacturing
  • Citric acid manufacturing
  • Ethanol manufacturing
  • Ether manufacturing
  • Ethylene glycol manufacturing
  • Extraction and/or distillation of wood and gum
  • Formaldehyde manufacturing
  • Glycol manufacturing n.e.c.
  • Gum chemical manufacturing
  • Industrial alcohol manufacturing
  • Lactic acid manufacturing
  • Lake colour manufacturing
  • Methanol manufacturing
  • Organic dye or pigment manufacturing
  • Tall oil manufacturing
  • Tanning extract, organic, manufacturing
  • Turpentine (except mineral turpentine) manufacturing
  • Vinyl chloride manufacturing
  • Wood tar manufacturing
Exclusions/References
      Units mainly engaged in
  • manufacturing briquettes from petroleum coke other than charcoal are included in Class 1709 Other Petroleum and Coal Product Manufacturing;
  • manufacturing mineral turpentine are included in Class 1709 Other Petroleum and Coal Product Manufacturing;
  • manufacturing electrostatic and photographic toners are included in Class 1916 Paint and Coatings Manufacturing;
  • manufacturing food colourings are included in Class 1199 Other Food Product Manufacturing n.e.c.; and
  • distilling liquors (alcoholic beverages) are included in Class 1213 Spirit Manufacturing.


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