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1 105.2 Index of consumer prices based on billion EUR Dept level 107 Convicts because of o 341 Museums 50,272 Students 54 Hospitals 5,660 Asylum seekers 2,965,416 ha Total area 2.4 million Inhabitants f ences dangerous to the public 18,355 Live births 1.3 million economically active population 1.2 million Privat households places in nursing homes 72.4 million EUR Investment in environmental protection 6.7 million air passengers Die kleine Brandenburg Statistik ever 100 of children in age from 3 until under 6 years in Day care centres 25.5 billion EUR Turnover in manufacturing 59.1 billion EUR Gross domestic product 18,330 Business registrations 30,876 EUR Compensation of employees per employee 47.9 percent Turnout of the election to the Parliament of Brandenburg 643 thousend Residential buildings 4.2 million Guests of Brandenburg statistics Berlin Brandenburg English edition Editor: Amt für Statistik Berlin-Brandenburg

2 Information management Amt für Statistik Berlin-Brandenburg Behlertstraße 3 a Potsdam Telephone: Telefax: Imprint Published in December 2014 Design and Layout Amt für Statistik Berlin-Brandenburg Printed by ruksaldruck Amt für Statistik Berlin-Brandenburg Potsdam, 2014 Reproduction and distribution, also of parts, are permitted provided that the source is mentioned. Photograph credits»the Rotmilan«(heraldic beast of Brandenburg) Mingolsheim, Milvus photo archivs of the Tierpark Berlin Explanation of symbols no figures data will be available later numerical value unknown or not to be disclosed x cell blocked for logical reasons ( ) limited informational value because numerical value is of limited statistical reliability / no data because the numerical value is not sufficiently reliable Abbreviation of units bn billion EUR euro ha hectare hrs hours km kilometre km² square kilometre l litre m² square metre m³ cubic metre MJ mega joule mm millimetre mn million t ton

3 Contents 1 General Information 2 Population 3 Livelihood 12 Environment 13 Transport 14 National Accounts 24 Public Finances 25 Judicature 26 Political Parties Die kleine Brandenburg-Statistik 4 Households and Families 5 Culture and Sports 6 Education 7 Agriculture 8 Public Health System 9 Public Social Benefits 10 Facilities for Child Care, Youth Welfare 11 Care 15 Business Notifications, Insolvencies 16 Employment and Compensation of Employees, Labour Market 17 Construction, Housing 18 Industry 19 Retail Trade, Hotels and Restaurant Industry, Tourism 20 Foreign Trade 21 Consumer Prices 27 Elections 28 The administrative districts of Brandenburg Brandenburg 1990 to The Region Berlin / Brandenburg Construction Prices 23 Earnings

4 Introduction»DIE kleine BRANDENBURG- STATISTIK 2014«(statistics for the federal state of Brandenburg 2014, key facts and figures) offers information on the development in the federal state Brandenburg based on the most important statistical results. Benchmarks to demographic, economic, social, cultural and political structures of Brandenburg are presented in Chapter 1 to 27. The results are compared to previous years. The brochure also contains information on the administrative districts (Chapter 28), data on Brandenburg s development since 1990 (Chapter 29) and figures for the region of Berlin/Brandenburg (Chapter 30). On December 31, 2013 the area of the federal state Brandenburg covered 29,654 km². The proportion of the agricultural area was 49 percent. The forest area comprised 36 percent. In 2013, approximately 18,400 children were born alive in the state of Brandenburg. The number of deaths was 29,700 persons. The resulting mortality excess of 11,300 people could not be offset by the registered migration gain of around 10,600 people, so that a population loss of 318 people was reported. In the calculation of population development only results which where registered after May 9, 2011 (census date) are considered. The present motion cases may therefore differ from the results of the births, deaths and migration statistics. At the end of 2013, the population was based on the 2011 census at 2,449,193 people and had the lowest level, the official population statistics has determined for the State of Brandenburg since the unification of Germany. The since 2001 observed population decline continued to hold on were 1.24 million households in Brandenburg. Nearly 37 percent of them were single-person households. 236,100 families with children under the age of 18 lived in Brandenburg. In the school year 2013/14 approximately 227,000 pupils visited general education schools, including 9.5 percent independent school agencies. In the winter semester 2013/14 there were 50,272 students in Brandenburg, including 50.7 percent women. 72 percent of students were enrolled at universities percent were students in the fields of law, economics and social sciences. 2013, practiced 9,017 physicians and 1,974 dentists in Brandenburg. The 55 hospitals in Brandenburg possessed 15,191 Beds in. The average length of stay was 7.9 days.

5 In 2013, there were approximately 9,800 recipients of continual subsistence payment, 22,800 recipients of basic security in old age and disability and 34,000 benefits under the 5th to 9th Chapter of SGB XII. With more than 11.5 million overnight stays in accommodation establishments in the federal state of Brandenburg in 2013, the numbers of previous year were again exceeded. With 4.2 million arrivals, the guest numbers also slightly increased. The average length of stay of tourists in Brandenburg in 2013 was 2.8 days. 7,435 dwellings were built in Brandenburg in 2013, 2 percent more than last year. 6,510 new dwellings were built. Most of the dwellings created in Potsdam and the districts Potsdam- Mittelmark and Havelland. A total of 7,233 construction projects were completed in 2013 in Brandenburg. This was 6 percent less than last year. In ,330 business registrations in Brandenburg were recorded. This is roughly the value of the previous year. Approximately 18,000 businesses were deregistered during the year. Most of the movements were in the economic sector»wholesale and retail trade; Repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles«with 4,140 registrations and 4,359 deregistrations, followed by the sector»administrative and support service activities«with 2,587 registrations and 2,479 deregistrations and»construction«with 2,397 registrations and 2,515 deregistrations. Brandenburg s economy grew by 0.7 percent in The year before the economic output had increased also by 0.7 percent In 2014, three national elections took place in Brandenburg. In addition to electing Members of the European Parliament and local elections also the election to the Parliament of Brandenburg took place. The SPD with 31.9 percent of the secondary votes is the strongest party, followed by the CDU with 23.0 percent and the party DIE LINKE with 18.6 percent.»die kleine BRANDENBURG- STATISTIK 2014«gives an initial overview of the data provided by official statistics. A similar brochure has been published for the federal state of Berlin (»DIE kleine BERLIN- STATISTIK 2014«). Both booklets are also published in German. Comparative figures for the federal states interested can find in the common statistics portal of the statistical offices of Germany and the federal states Die kleine Brandenburg-Statistik

6 01.1 General Information Length of border Adjoining Lands of the Federal Republic of Germany and States: Mecklenburg-Vorpommern 448 km Berlin 234 km Sachsen-Anhalt 379 km Sachsen 242 km Niedersachsen 30 km Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Poland 267 km Uckermark Niedersachsen Prignitz Ostprignitz- Ruppin Oberhavel Barnim Polen Sachsen-Anhalt Havelland Brandenburg an derhavel Potsdam- Mittelmark Potsdam Berlin Teltow- Fläming Dahme- Spreewald Märkisch- Oderland Frankfurt (Oder) Oder-Spree Largest expansion 244 km, north south 234 km, east west Local time 12 o clock CET = 11:58 :13 Frankfurt (Oder) 12 o clock CET = 11:52:16 Potsdam (Observatory) Elbe-Elster Oberspreewald- Lausitz Landkreis (Rural district) Kreisfreie Stadt (Urban district) Cottbus Spree-Neiße Sachsen km

7 01.2 General Information ha Total area... 2,948,563 Land use % Buildings and associated open spaces Industrial Recreational Traffic area Agricultural Forest land Lakes and waterways Other uses Elevations metre above sea level Kutschenberg Hagelberg Eichberg Hoher Berg Golmberg Brandberg Wache Berge Hutberg Kesselberg Wachtelberge Semmelberg Rauensche Berge Babbener Berge Hutberg Krausnicker Berge Schwarzer Berg Blocksberg metre above sea level Hirschberge Rauhberge Börnickenberg Krugberg Kronsberge Wietkikenberg Freiberge Sassenberge Eichberge Krähenberge Kleiner Ravensberg Rießener Berge Marienberg Blocksberge Gollenberg Herrnberge Bigger lakes ha Schwielochsee... 1,327 Scharmützelsee... 1,210 Unteruckersee... 1,031 Speicher Niemtsch / (Senftenberger See)... 1,082 Parsteiner See... 1,009 Ruppiner See Beetzsee Werbellinsee Grimnitzsee Schwielowsee Talsprerre Spremberg Oberuckersee Großer Stechlinsee

8 02.1 Population The censuses taking place in several years' distance, provide the basis of data on the population as well as for regional and demographic structure of the population. Their results serve as basis for the updating the official total population, which is shown here (as of 31 December). Unit Inhabitants ,559 2,512 2,449 of which female % Foreigners of which female % Age in years 0 to 5 % to 17 % to 24 % to 34 % to 44 % to 54 % to 64 % and over % Foreigners as of 31 December 2013 by age groups 60 andover 0to19 40 to to 39 1 provisional data, population projections based on the census 2011

9 02.2 Population Updated age pyramid 1 on 31 December 2013 by age and sex Male 0 Surplusofwomen thousand Ageinyearsmm Surplusofmen Female thousand 1 provisional data, population projections based on the census 2011

10 02.3 Population Marriage Unit Marriages number 11,504 12,066 12,245 Divorces number 5,792 5,323 5,003 Birth Live births number 17,910 18,537 18,355 rate ¹ viz. outside marriage number 10,628 11,315 11,502 % foreigners ² number % Death Deaths number 26,069 27,309 29,678 rate ³ of which deaths under 1 year number rate Excess of deaths number 8,159 8,772 11,323 rate ³ thousand Marriages Divorces Live births Deaths 1 Per 1000 women at the age from 15 to under 45 years, calculated based on 1987/ Both parents foreigners or the mother only when unmarried 3 Per 1000 inhabitants, 2013: based on the average population, calculated on the basis of the 2011 census 4 Per 1000 live births

11 Unit Migration across the border of Brandenburg Arrivals number 64,975 61,814 64,993 of which foreigners number 10,470 10,238 14,852 Departures number 65,111 64,119 59,264 of which foreigners number 10,606 9,987 10,797 Balance number 136 2,305 Internal migration ¹ number 67,053 61,648 62,413 Members of religious denominations Protestant ² Catholic ³ 02.4 Population Immigrants Emigrants 60 thousand Migration across the border of Brandenburg Germans Foreigners Balance 1 Across the municipality border 2 Incl. inhabitants, who belong to other protestant regional churches 3 Data of 2012 Sources: Consistory of the Protestant Church Berlin-Brandenburg-schlesische Oberlausitz (Konsistorium der Evangelischen Kirche Berlin-Brandenburg-schlesische Oberlausitz) and Secretariat of the German Conference of Catholic Bishops, Statistics of church dioceses (Sekretariat der deutschen Bischofskonferenz)

12 02.5 Population Data on the nationality of foreigners are available from the Foreigner Central Register. The number of the foreigners may deviate from current population updating (chapter 02.1) because of the different sources of data. Foreigners, Unit as of 31 December Europe of which Poland Russian Federation Ukraine Turkey Africa America Asia of which Vietnam Australia and Oceania Uckermark Prignitz Ostprignitz- Ruppin Havelland Brandenburg Potsdam Oberhavel an derhavel Potsdam- Mittelmark Berlin Teltow- Fläming Barnim Dahme- Spreewald Märkisch- Oderland Frankfurt (Oder) Oder-Spree...stateless, uncleared, notspecified 1,5%...European...Australia,Oceania Union andantarctica withoutpoland 0,2% 23,6%...Africa 5,6% Foreigners 0to2% 2to2,5 % 2,5to3% 3%andover Elbe-Elster Oberspreewald- Lausitz Cottbus Spree-Neiße...Asia 19,5 %...America 4,0%...other Europe 26,2%...Poland 19,3%

13 03 Livelihood Unit Population , , ,448.4 by labour force participation Economically active population , , ,295.6 Employed persons , , ,201.3 Unemployed persons Inactive populatiom , , ,152.8 by main subsistence Employment , , ,116.7 Unemployment benefit/relief ALG I/II ¹ Benefits according Hartz IV (ALG II, social benefit) Pension Assistance by affiliated ² Own fortune, letting etc / 5.5 / Social welfare assistance/ current assistance to living costs Parental benefit, child-raising benefit ³ Other support The microcensus is a household survey conducted annually, comprising 1 percent of households. It provides information on the economic and social situation of the population. EUR 0to to to ,300to1, to2,000 2,000to2,600 2,600to3,200 3,200and over thousand Private households by monthly net income, 2013 Single-person households Multi-person households 1 With implementation of SGB II omission of the unemployment relief and introduction of new achievement forms 2 Since 2008 income by family members 3 Since 2009 only parental benefit

14 04 Households and Families Every community of persons living together and forming an economical unit as well as persons who live alone and, nevertheless, manage for themselves are counted as a household (private household). A household may include relatives and persons who do not belong to the family as such (e.g. partners in life). Married couples with children as well as single parents and unmarried couples with their unmarried children living in the same household are counted as families. Households Unit by size of household Households , , ,237.6 Single-person households Multi-person households with 2 persons with 3 persons with 4 persons with 5 or more persons Married couples without children Families Married couples Single parents and consensual unions of which families with children less than 18 years of age Married couples Single parents and consensual unions Average monthly net income of families with children under 18 years Married couples Single parents Married couples Single parents 3,000 EUR 2,500 2,000 3,500 1,500EUR 3,000 1,000 2, , , ,

15 Unit Public theatres ¹ Locations number Events ² number 1,525 1,496 1,827 of which dramas number operas number musicals number Visitors at the location ³ Public libraries number Stock of media ,688 4,606 4,306 Users Visitors ,850 2,728 2,669 Borrowings ,643 9,327 8,825 Screens ⁴ number Visitors ,800 3,200 2,800 Museums ⁵ number ⁶ of which with data for the visitors number Visitors ,546 3,475 3,800 Sports clubs number 2,825 2,937 2,931 Members of which female Children and youth until 21 years Adult, starting from 22 years Football/Soccer Disability Sport Gymnastics Volleyball Handball Horseriding sportshooters Tabletennis Bowling athletics thousand 05 Culture and Sports In the fields of culture and sports in the official statistics do not own surveys are conducted. The following information has been provided by other facilities available, are to provide a brief overview. Sources: Deutscher Bühnenverein, Bundesverband der Theater und Orchester, Landesfachstelle für Archive und öffentliche Bibliotheken im Brandenburgischen Landeshauptarchiv, FFA - Filmförderungsanstalt, Institut für Museumsforschung, Landessportbund Brandenburg e.v. Popular sports by number of club members in Season, e.g 2004/ Own events at the location 3 Incl. appearances of outside ensembles 4 Incl. mobil cinemas 5 Museums asked for data 6 Data from 2012

16 06.1 Education an / in Pupils at / in Unit Primary schools number 92, , ,648 Comprehensive schools number 25,931 14,202 16,389 Secondary school number 50,283 32,703 39,142 Grammar school number 62,453 49,888 51,341 Vocational grammar school (Berufliches Gymnasium ) ¹ number 4,351 2,629 3,193 Special schools number 12,673 10,009 9,084 Establishment of the second education number 2,065 2,331 2,092 Vocational schools (dual system) number 55,345 45,345 29,045 Full-time vocational schools number 13,347 7,208 3,175 Specialised upper secondary schools number 4,258 3,111 2,366 Trade and technical schools number 3,933 5,403 6,269 Schools for nurses, midwives etc ² number 3,686 4,530 4,443 Schoolleavers ³ Without secondary general school certificate / Training maturity number 3,397 1,938 1,432 of which female % With secondary general school certificate / Training maturity number 1, of which female % With extendet secondary general school certificate / extended Training maturity number 5,009 2,645 1,817 of which female % With intermediate school certificate / Specialised upper secondary school-maturities number 15,631 6,303 7,396 of which female % With general higher education entrance qualification number 11,312 13,012 7,381 of which female % Teaching staff ⁴ Schools of general education number 20,093 17,870 17,648 Vocational schools number 3,067 2,730 2,165 Schools for nurses, midwives etc number To 2006 Grammar school sixth form of the College of Further Education (Gymnasiale Oberstufe des Oberstufenzentrums) 2 Since 2006 incl. Elder care education 3 Of schools of general education 4 Full- and part-time teaching staff

17 06.2 Education Schools ¹ Unit Primary schools number Comprehensive schools number Secondary school number Grammar school number Vocational grammar school (Berufliches Gymnasium ) ² number x x 17 Special schools number Establishment of the second education number Vocational schools (dual system) number Full-time vocational schools number Specialised upper secondary schools number Trade and technical schools number Schools for nurses, midwives etc ³ number Motorvehicle mechatronics technician Office clerk Industrial mechanic Management assistantfor retail services Mechatronics fitter Salesassistantforretail services Warehouselogistics operator Management assistantforofficecommunication Management assistantforretailservices Medicalassistant Cook Clerkinpublicadministration Electronic technican Hairdresser Electronics technician forindustrialengineering Qualifieddentalemployee Plantmechanicforsanitary,heatingandairconditioning systems Specialistinthehotel business Farmer Industrial clerk ,000 1,500 2,000 Trainees in the ten most frequent training occupations, 31 December 2013, total: 27,338 trainees Male Female 1 Educational institutions 2 To 2006 Grammar school sixth form of the College of Further Education (Gymnasiale Oberstufe des Oberstufenzentrums); counted from 2010 as educational establishment 3 Since 2006 incl. specialized seminar for Elder care

18 06.3 Education All recognized by national law universities, art schools and colleges to submit their data on the basis of the Higher Education Statistics Act. Unit Students ¹ number 41,688 49,633 50,272 of which female % At universities number 27,441 33,026 36,191 of which female % At colleges of art and music number of which female % At specialised colleges of higher education (Fachhochschulen) number 12,912 15,401 12,551 of which female % At collages of public administration number of which female % New entrants ² viz. in the first semester in higher education number 7,552 10,056 8,280 in the first subject-related semester number 10,344 15,636 14,928 Academic and creative arts staff ³ (without student auxiliary workers) number 4,092 5,235 6,717 as primary occupation number 2,663 3,383 3,944 as secondary occupation number 1,429 1,852 2,773 Students in winter semester 2013/14 by area of study Othersubject Languages andarts Engineering Mathematics, naturalsciences Legal, economic and social sciences 1 Winter semester 2 Academic year (summer semester and the following winter semester) 3 At 1 December

19 Unit Utilised agricultural area agricultural enterprises, total 1000 ha 1, , ,313.8 of which arable land 1000 ha 1, , ,025.2 permanent grassland 1000 ha tree fruit and berries (without strawberries) 1000 ha Harvest Cereals (without grain maize and CCM ¹) 1000 t 2, , ,934.4 Vegetable (open-grown and under glass) 1000 t Fruit (Tree fruit in the cultivation of market) 1000 t Livestock population on 3 May Cattle, total of which dairy cows nurse and sucking cows ² Pigs, total of which fattening pigs breeding pigs Sheep, total ³ Poultry, total , ,480.5 ⁴ 10,693.6 ⁵ of which hens, total , ,639.3 ⁴ 8,501.3 ⁵ Agricultural holdings, total ⁶ 5.4 therefrom legal status: Sole proprietorship ⁶ 3.7 Partnership ⁸ ⁶ 0.7 Legal person ⁶ 1.0 Agricultural workers, total ⁶ 39.4 ⁷ of which permanently employed workers ⁶ 17.9 ⁷ 07 Agriculture The agricultural statistics include the structure surveys of agricultural and forestry enterprises and producer statistics. 1 Corn-Cob-Mix 2 since 2008 incl. battle cows and mast cows 3 3 November 4 Data of March Data of Incl. community personss

20 08.1 Public Health System The statistics of the public health system are based on reports by the public health authorities and the hospitals. Unit Selected causes of death Diseases of the circulatory system number 12,111 12,417 12,140 Neoplasms number 7,141 6,951 7,899 Injury and poisoning number ,157 AIDS/HIV diseases number Diseases of the respiratory system number 1,751 1,892 2,265 Died Infants number rate ¹ Physicians number 8,443 9,017 Dentists number 1,834 1,908 1,974 Diseases of the respiratory system 2,500 2,000 1,500 1, Per 1000 live births

21 08.2 Public Health System Unit Hospitals number Beds provided number 15,424 15,269 15,191 Admissions number 517, , ,140 Dismissals number 505, , ,944 Inpatient treatments ² number 517, , ,606 Death cases number 12,375 12,747 13,127 Average length of stay number Full-time hospital doctors days 3,413 3,764 4,316 Nursing staff number 9,788 10,108 10,446 Medical laboratory staff number 3,363 3,242 3,445 Functional staff number 2,835 2,908 3,134 Other non-medical staff number Selected causes for treatment (main diagnoses) ³ Diseases of the circulatory system number 87,295 91,936 92,534 Neoplasms number 58,860 56,697 56,727 Injury and poisoning number 50,754 54,113 54,076 Diseases of the digestive system number 50,797 52,525 55, days Average length of stay 2 Incl. same-day cases 3 Incl. junior doctors

22 09 Public Social Benefits Information about social benefits is taken from different official statistics (e.g. social assistance, housing allowance and severely disabled person statistics). Unit Public assistance ¹ Recipients of continual subsistence payment number 8,867 8,664 9,789 Recipients of basic security in old age and disability number 16,133 19,370 22,779 Recipients of benefits under the 5th to 9th Chapter of SGB XII number 26,044 30,668 34,231 Gross expenditures Mill EUR Asylum seekers Recipients, end of year number 5,495 2,906 5,660 Gross expenditures Mill EUR Housing allowance 1 Recipients (households) number 33,944 36,702 29,891 ² Severely handicapped persons number 210, , ,946 rate ³ Recipients of basic security in old age and disability 25,000 20,000 15,000 10,000 5, Since 2005 methodical changes 2 Data of Per 1000 inhabitants

23 10.1 Facilities for Child Care Unit Day care centres number 1,672 1,729 1,810 Places number 145, , ,581 Cared children number 128, , ,903 Staff number 14,822 16,607 20,244 Public institutions number 1, Places number 94,950 95, ,341 Cared children number 82,627 84,074 88,321 Staff number 8,871 8,847 10,255 Independent institutions number Places number 50,798 65,828 77,240 Cared children number 45,915 60,430 70,582 Staff number 5,951 7,760 9,989 Attendance rates of children under 3 years number ¹ of children 3 to under 6 years number ¹ Children in daily care by child minders number 3,060 4,382 4,761 of which under 3 years number 2,586 3,775 4,189 Daily care staff number 963 1,219 1,206 Attendance rates of children under 3 years number ¹ of children 3 to under 6 years number ¹ Number of children in day care ever 100 of children in the same age group

24 10.2 Youth Welfare Unit ¹ Closed cases, in the course of the year Adoptions number Take of children in care number 1,343 1,435 1,434 Procedure to assess the child's welfare number 4,840 acute child welfare risk number 758 latent child welfare risk number 778 no child welfare risk, but needs help number 1,411 no child welfare risk and no need for assistance number 1,893 Cases, as of end of year Assistance / counselling for young people Help for education number Parenting advice number 2,898 3,795 Social group work number Individual assistance number Day group education number Full-time care number 1,669 1,783 1,987 Care in residential homes; other forms of supported housing number 2,802 2,562 2,854 Individual intensive socio-educational assistance number Adaption support for mentally disordered young people number 1,414 2,147 Family-oriented assistance/counselling Help for education number Socio-educational family assistance number 1,482 2,229 2,743 1 Methodical changes since 2007

25 11 Care Unit Benefits from nursing care insurances ¹ Recipients of care ² number 73,480 85, ,953 with inpatient care number 18,948 21,477 23,526 with ambulatory care number 20,639 26,068 29,391 cared for exclusively by family members at home number 33,893 38,256 50,036 Nursing homes number private number non-profit number public number Nursing home places number 21,540 24,909 27,716 Ambulatory care services number private number non-profit number public number Staff number 20,210 25,927 31,302 Nursing homes number 12,497 15,241 17,234 Ambulatory care services number 7,713 10,686 14,068 This data is provided by the institutions of outpatient and inpatient care facilities and the care funds Recipients of care per 1000 of the population 1 As of 15 December 2 without outpatient care

26 12.1 Environment The environmental data are collected in annual or multi-year cycle. The weather information is provided by the German Weather Service (Deutscher Wetterdienst). Meteorological data for Potsdam Unit Temperature (annual average) C Duration of sunshine (annual total) hrs 1,944 1,819 1,614 Precipitation (annual total) mm Summer days (at least 25 C) number Frosty days (minimum below 0 C) number Waste disposal Collection of wastes within public waste disposal ¹ 1000 t of which domestic and bulky waste 1000 t In waste disposal facilities processed waste quantities 1000 t 8, , ,399.9 viz. delivered from Brandenburg 1000 t 5, , ,311.8 stored in landfills 1000 t 2, , Height of precipitation 210 mm J F MAMJ J A SONDJ F MAMJ J A SONDJ F MAMJ J A SOND Reporting of the waste balance (Abfallbilanz) Brandenburg

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