international industry 21232
Sand, Gravel, Clay, and Ceramic and Refractory Minerals Mining and Quarrying
This industry comprises (1) establishments primarily engaged in developing the mine site and/or mining, quarrying, dredging for sand and gravel, or mining clay (e.g., china clay, paper clay and slip clay), and (2) preparation plants primarily engaged in beneficiating (e.g., washing, screening, and grinding) sand and gravel, clay, and ceramic and refractory minerals.
The immediate parent of international industry 21232 is industry group 2123: Nonmetallic Mineral Mining and Quarrying
2012 NAICS Edition Cross References
- Establishments primarily engaged in:
- Calcining, dead burning, or otherwise processing (i.e., beyond basic preparation) clay or refractory minerals:are classified in Industry 32799, All Other Nonmetallic Mineral Product Manufacturing;
- Shaping, molding, baking, burning, or hardening nonclay ceramics, clay and nonclay refractories, and structural clay products:are classified in Industry 32712, Clay Building Material and Refractories Manufacturing; and
- Shaping, molding, glazing, and firing pottery, ceramics, and plumbing fixtures:are classified in Industry 32711, Pottery, Ceramics, and Plumbing Fixture Manufacturing.
The NAICS editions in which this code was present are indicated below. In the event that a code was changed from the prior edition the equivalent value in that edition is provided for reference.
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