SIC Code
1479 - Chemical and Fertilizer Mineral Mining, Not Elsewhere Classified

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Standard Industrial Classification Code 1479 - Chemical and Fertilizer Mineral Mining, Not Elsewhere Classified

SIC Code 1479 - Chemical and Fertilizer Mineral Mining, Not Elsewhere Classified

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The SIC Code 1479 - Chemical and Fertilizer Mineral Mining, Not Elsewhere Classified. Learn more about the SIC 1479 in the Mining sector and its related General Liability, NCCI, and NAICS codes.


What Is The Description Of The SIC Code 1479?

The description for the SIC Code 1479 - Chemical and Fertilizer Mineral Mining, Not Elsewhere Classified in the Mining sector is:

Establishments Primarily Engaged In Mining, Milling, or Otherwise Preparing Chemical or Fertilizer Mineral Raw Materials, Not Elsewhere Classified. Establishments Primarily Engaged In Milling, Grinding, or Otherwise Preparing Barite Not In Conjunction With Mining or Quarry Operations Are Classified In Manufacturing, Industry 3295; Similar Establishments Preparing Other Minerals Of This Industry Are Included Here. Establishments Primarily Engaged In Producing Salt By Evaporation Of Sea Water or Brine Are Classified In Manufacturing, Industry 2899
  • alunite Mining
  • amblygonite Mining
  • arsenic Mineral Mining
  • barite Mining
  • barium Ore Mining
  • brimstone Mining
  • celestite Mining
  • fluorite Mining
  • fluorspar Mining
  • fluorspar Ground or Otherwise Treated
  • guano Mining
  • lepidolite Mining
  • lithium Mineral Mining
  • marcasite Mining
  • mineral Pigment Mining
  • ocher Mining
  • pyrites Mining
  • pyrrhotite Mining
  • rock Salt Mining
  • salt Mining Common
  • sienna Mining
  • spodumene Mining
  • strontianite Mining
  • strontium Mineral Mining
  • sulfur Mining Native
  • umber Mining

SIC Code 1479 - The Bottom Line

The Standard Industrial Classification SIC Code for Chemical and Fertilizer Mineral Mining, Not Elsewhere Classified in the Mining is 1479.

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