Lignite refers to a low-grade, brownish-black coal.

See also:
"Lignite" is in the NAICS Code "212111"
  (Bituminous Coal and Lignite Surface MiningCoal, brown, mining and/or beneficiating)

"Lignite" is in the HS Code "2704"
  Coke And Semi-Coke Of Coal, Of Lignite Or Of Peat, Whether Or Not Agglomerated; Retort Carbon

"Lignite" is in the UNSPSC Code "15101602"

Ref: 86371/2006-09-14

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Mining of coal and lignite/ extraction of peat
Mining of coal and lignite/ extraction of peat
Coal (Coal is formed from plant and animal matter that ...)
coke (Coke refers to a solid material similar to coal ...)

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