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This excerpt taken from the AA 8-K filed Mar 22, 2005.

Total Wastes Landfilled by Region (thousands of metric tons)


     Asia Pacific


   North America

   South America



   39.2    128.3    665.3    24.7    857.5


   46.8    82.7    385.4    25.7    540.6


   24.2    83.1    394.3    25.8    527.4


   31.1    75.3    349.4    18.6    474.4


   44.1    59.5    245.2    20.0    368.8


Does not include bauxite residue. The high landfilled waste in Asia Pacific in 2003 and 2004 resulted from several large construction projects at two Alcoa refineries in Australia that produced demolition debris (mainly concrete) that was landfilled. Please see endnote on page 43 for an explanation on data changes from 2003 reporting.



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