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ANNEX IV
PART A
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS WHICH MUST BE IMPLEMENTED, FOR THE INTRODUCTION AND MOVEMENT OF PLANTS, PLANT PRODUCTS AND OTHER OBJECTS INTO KOSOVO

Section I

PLANTS, PLANT PRODUCTS AND OTHER OBJECTS ORIGINATING OUTSIDE KOSOVO





Plants, plant products and other objects

Special requirements




1.1. whether it is listed or not in CN codes in Annex V, Part B, Wood of conifers (Coniferales), except that of Thuja L., other

than:


- wood of Libocedrus decurrens Torr., where it is evidenced that the wood is processed or used to produce pencils applying heating treatment to achieve a minimum temperature from 82 °C for a period from 7-8 days, but including what protects its natural area, originating in Canada, China, Japan, Republic of Corea, Mexico, Taivan and USA, where Bursaphelenchus xylophilus (Steiner et Bührer) Nickle et al. is present.

Official statement that the wood has been subjected to a relative treatment through:
Heat treatment to achieve a minimum wood core temperature of 56 °C for 30 minuts

There should be evidence by a mark ‘HT’ put on the wood or on its packaging in accordance with current commercial usage, and in the certification refererred to article 13.1.(ii),

or

Fumigation according to an approved specification in compliance with the procedure layed out in article 18.2. they should be evidenced in certifications referred to Article 13.1.(ii), active substance, minimum of wood temperature, report (g/m3) and the period of exposure in hours (h),



or

Chemical treatmen with presure with an approved product in compliance with the procedure defined in article 18.2. In certifications referred to article 13.1.(ii), should be evidenced the active substance , presure (psi ose kPa) and concentration (%).






1.2. whether it is listed or not in CN codes in Annex V V, Part B, wood of Coniferales), other than Thuja L., in the form of:

  • chips, particles, saw dust, wood waste, or scrap obtained in whole or part from these conifers,

originating in Canada, China, Japan, Corea, Mexico, Taivan and USA, where Bursaphelenchus xylophilus (Steiner et Bührer) Nickle et al. is present.




An official statement that the wood has been subjected to a respective treatment through:
Heat treatment to achieve a minimum wood core temperature of 56 °C for 30 minuts; the last treatment should be indicated in the certification referred to article 13.1.(ii),

or

Fumigation according to an approved specification in compliance with the procedure layed out in article 18.2. they should be evidenced in certifications referred to Article 13.1.(ii), active substance, minimum of wood temperature, report (g/m3) and the period of exposure in hours (h)






1.3. whether it ia listed or not in CN codes in Annex V, Part B, wood of Thuja L., other than wood in the form of:

  • chips, particles, saw dust, wood waste, or scrap obtained in whole or part from these conifers,

  • packing material of wood in the form of packing case, boxes, baskets, drums and similar packages, pallets, box pallets or other load board, baskets of pallete type, currently used to transport all kindes of objects,

- wood used to share or support cargo with non wood material, originating in Canada, China, Japan, Republic of Corea, Mexico, Taivan and USA, where Bursaphelenchus xylophilus (Steiner et Bührer) Nickle et al. is present.

Official statement that the wood:

Shall be stripped of its bark

or

It has undergone kiln-drying to below 20% moisture content, expressed as a percentage of dry matter, achieved through an appropriate time/temperature schedule. This shall be evidenced by a mark kiln dried or “KD”, or another internationaly recognized mark, put on the wood or on its packaging in accordance with commercial usage of time.



or

It has undergone a respecitve heat treatment to achieve a minimum wood core temperature of 56 °C for at least 30 minuts. This should be evidenced by a mark “HT” put on the wood, or on its package materila, in accordance with current commercial usage, and in the certification referred to article 13.1. (ii),

or

Fumigation according to an approved specification in compliance with the procedure layed out in article 18.2. In certifications referred to article 13.1.(ii), should be evidenced the active, minimum of wood temperature, report (g/m3) and the period of exposure in hours (h)


or

It has undergone an Chemical treatmen with presure with an approved product in compliance with the procedure defined in article 18.2. In certifications referred to article 13.1.(ii), should be evidenced the active substance , presure (psi ose kPa) and concentration (%).







1.4. whether it it is listed or not in CN codes in Annex V, Part B, wood of Thuja L., other than wood in the form of:

  • chips, particles, saw dust, wood waste, or scrap, originating in Canada, China, Japan, Republic of Corea, Mexico, Taivan and USA, where Bursaphelenchus xylophilus (Steiner et Bührer) Nickle et al. is present.

Official statement that:

(a) the product shall have been produced from round wood which was stripped of its bark,

Or

(b) it has undergone kiln-drying to below 20%,moisture content, expressed as a percentage of dry matter, achieved through an appropriate time/temperature schedule,



Or

(c) it has undergone a respective fumigation according to an approved specification in compliance with the procedure layed out in article 18.2. In certifications referred to article 13.1.(ii), should be evidenced the active, minimum of wood temperature, report (g/m3) and the period of exposure in hours (h),

Or

(d) it has undergone a respecitve heat treatment to achieve a minimum wood core temperature of 56 °C for at least 30 minuts, the last treatment should be shown in the certification referred to article 13.1.(ii),







1.5. Whether it is listed or not in CN codes in Annex V, Part B, wood of Coniferales, other than: chips, particles, saw dust, wood waste, or scrap obtained in whole or part from these conifers, packing material of wood in the form of packing case, boxes, baskets, drums and similar packages, pallets, box pallets or other load board, baskets of pallete type, currently used to transport all kinds of objects, wood used to share or support cargo with non wood material, including, but inclooding whod which has not kept its natural round surface, originating in Russia, Cazakistan and Turkey


Official statement that the wood:

(a) originates in areas known as free from:

- Monochamus spp. (non-European)

- Pissodes spp. (no-European)

- Scolytidae spp. (non-European)

The area should be evidenced inn certifications referred to article 13.1.(ii), in the column “place of origin”,

or

(b) is stripped of its bark and free from grub holes, caused by the genus Monochamus spp. (non-European ), defined for this purpose as those which are larger than 3mm acrossose



Or

(c) it has undergone kiln-drying to below 20%,moisture content, expressed as a percentage of dry matter, achieved through an appropriate time/temperature schedule. This shall be evidenced by a mark kiln dried or “KD”, or another internationaly recognized mark, put on the wood or on its packaging in accordance with commercial usage of time.,

or

(d) it has undergone a respecitve heat treatment to achieve a minimum wood core temperature of 56 °C for at least 30 minuts. This should be evidenced by a mark “HT” put on the wood, or on its package materila, in accordance with current commercial usage, and in the certification referred to article 13.1. (ii),


or

(e) it has undergone a respective fumigation according to an approved specification in compliance with the procedure layed out in article 18.2. In certifications referred to article 13.1.(ii), should be evidenced the active, minimum of wood temperature, report (g/m3) and the period of exposure in hours (h),

or

(f) It has undergone an Chemical treatmen with presure with an approved product in compliance with the procedure defined in article 18.2. In certifications referred to article 13.1.(ii), should be evidenced the active substance , presure (psi ose kPa) and concentration (%).







1.6. Whether it is listed or not in CN codes in Annex V, Part B, wood of Coniferales, other than:

  • chips, particles, saw dust, wood waste, or scrap obtained in whole or part from these conifers,

  • packing material of wood in the form of packing case, boxes, baskets, drums and similar packages, pallets, box pallets or other load board, baskets of pallete type, currently used to transport all kinds of objects,

  • wood used to share or support cargo with non wood material, but inclooding what did not protect its natural round surface, originating in third countries, other than:

  • Russia, Cazakistan and Turkey

  • European Counrtries

  • Canada, China, Japan, Republic of Corea, Mexico, Taivan and USA,

where Bursaphelenchus xylophilus (Steiner et Bührer) Nickle et al. is present.

Official statement that the wood:

(a) is stripped of its bark and free from grub holes, caused by the genus Monochamus spp. (non-European ), defined for this purpose as those which are larger than 3mm acrossose,

or

(b) It has undergone kiln-drying to below 20%, moisture content, expressed as a percentage of dry matter, achieved through an appropriate time/temperature schedule. This shall be evidenced by a mark kiln dried or “KD”, or another internationaly recognized mark, put on the wood or on its packaging in accordance with commercial usage of time,



or

(c) It has undergone a respective fumigation according to an approved specification in compliance with the procedure layed out in article 18.2. In certifications referred to article 13.1.(ii), should be evidenced the active, minimum of wood temperature, report (g/m3) and the period of exposure in hours (h),

or

(d) It has undergone a respective Chemical treatmen with presure with an approved product in compliance with the procedure defined in article 18.2. In certifications referred to article 13.1.(ii), should be evidenced the active substance, presure (psi ose kPa) and concentration (%)



or

(e) It has undergone a respecitve heat treatment to achieve a minimum wood core temperature of 56 °C for at least 30 minuts. This should be evidenced by a mark “HT” put on the wood, or on its package materila, in accordance with current commercial usage, and in the certification referred to article 13.1. (ii),






1.7. whether it it is listed or not in CN codes in Annex V, Part B, wood in the form of chips, particles, saw dust, wood waste, or scrap obtained in whole or part from these conifers, originating in:

  • - Russia, Cazakistan and Turkey

  • European Counrtries

  • Canada, China, Japan, Republic of Corea, Mexico, Taivan and USA,

where Bursaphelenchus xylophilus (Steiner et Bührer) Nickle et al. is present

Official statement that the wood:

(a) originates in areas known as free from:

- Monochamus spp. (non-European)

- Pissodes spp. (no-European)

- Scolytidae spp. (non-European)

The area should be evidenced inn certifications referred to article 13.1.(ii), in the column “place of origin”,

or

(b) shall have been produced from round wood which was stripped of its bark,



or

(c) it has undergone kiln-drying to below 20%,moisture content, expressed as a percentage of dry matter, achieved through an appropriate time/temperature schedule,

or

(d) it has undergone a respective fumigation according to an approved specification in compliance with the procedure layed out in article 18.2. In certifications referred to article 13.1.(ii), should be evidenced the active, minimum of wood temperature, report (g/m3) and the period of exposure in hours (h),



or

(e) it has undergone a respecitve heat treatment to achieve a minimum wood core temperature of 56 °C for at least 30 minuts, the last treatment should be shown in the certification referred to article 13.1.(ii),






2. packaging ng wood material in the form of chips, particles, saw dust, wood waste, or scrap and similar packing, pallets, box pallets or other load board, baskets of pallete type, currently used to transport all kinds of objects, except the unprocessed 6mm thick wood or less, and processed and produced wood with glue, heating and pressure, or in combination thereof with third countries, except Switzerland.


Packing wood material shall have been:

- produced from round wood which was stripped of its bark, and

- to be a subject of one of the approved measures as specified in annex I of the International Standard dor Phitosanitary Measures No. 15 issued by FAO, with the title: Manual on rules for packing wood material in international trade, and

- to show a mark with

(a) ISO country code from two letters (e.g. Albania = AL), a code identifying a producer and identifying code of the approved disinfection manner implemented in the packing wood material in the mark as specified in annex II of the International Standard for phitosanitary Measures No. 15, issued by FAO, with the title: Manual on rules for packing wood material in international trade. Letters “DB” shall be added to the reduction of approved measure, included in the above mentioned mark.

and


(b) Also logo as specified in annex II of FAO standard mentioned above, when packing wood material shall have been produced repaired or recycled after the 1st of March 2005. However the request can not be implemented temporarely until 31 december 2007 in the case of packing wood material produced, repaired or recycled before 28 february 2005.

The first indend, where it is required that the packing wood material shall have been produced from round wood which was stripped of its bark, shall be implemented by the 1st of January 2009. This paragraph shall be reviewed by the 1st of septemeber 2007.






2.1. wood of Acer saccharum Marsh., including wood which has not kept its natural round surface, other than wood in the form of:

- wood intended for the production of veneer,

- Chips, particles, saw dust, wood waste, and scrap, originating in USA and Canada.


Official statement that has undergone kiln-drying to below 20%, moisture content, expressed as a percentage of dry matter, achieved through an appropriate time/temperature schedule. This shall be evidenced by a mark kiln dried or “KD”, or another internationaly recognized mark, put on the wood or on its packaging in accordance with commercial usage of time,




2.2. Wood of Acer saccharum Marsh., intended for the production of veneer, originating in USA and Canada.

Official statement that the wood oririnates in areas free from Ceratocystis virescens (Davidson) Moreau and it is intended for the production of veneer.




3. wood Quercus L., other than wood in the form of:

- Chips, particles, saw dust, wood waste, and scrap,

- barrels, bath tub,and other products of barrel makers and wood parts, including barrel belts, ther shall be evidenced by the appropriate documents that the wood shall have been produced or fabricated using heat treatment to achieve a minimum një 1760C temperature for 20 minutes but including wood which has not kept its round natural surface, originating in USA.


Official statement that the wood:

  1. Shall be squared so as to remove entirely the rounded surface

Or

  1. shall be stripped of its bark and the water content of the wood does not exceed 20%, expressed as a percentage of the dry matter,

or

(c) shall be stripped of its bark and disinfected by and appropriate hot-air or hot water treatmen,

or

(d) In the case of sawn wood with or without residual bark attached, it has undergone kiln-drying to below 20%,moisture content, expressed as e percentage of a dried matter, achieved through an appropriate time/temperature schedule. There shall be evidence by a mark “kiln dried”, or “KD”, or an other internationally recognized mark, put on the wood or on its packaging in accordance with current commercial usage,







4.







5. Wood of Platanus L., except wood in the form of chips, particles, wood waste or scrap but including the wood which has not kept its natural round surface, originating in USA or Armenia.


Official statement that the wood has undergone kiln-drying to below 20%,moisture content, expressed as e percentage of a dried matter, achieved through an appropriate time/temperature schedule. There shall be evidence by a mark “kiln dried”, or “KD”, or an other internationally recognized mark, put on the wood or on its packaging in accordance with current commercial usage,




6. Wood of L., except wood in the form of chips, particles, wood waste or scrap but including the wood which has not kept its round natural surface, originating in American Continent.

Official statement that the wood:

- shall be stripped of its bark

or

- that the wood has undergone kiln-drying to below 20%,moisture content, expressed as e percentage of a dried matter, achieved through an appropriate time/temperature schedule. There shall be evidence by a mark “kiln dried”, or “KD”, or an other internationally recognized mark, put on the wood or on its packaging in accordance with current commercial usage,






7.1. Whether it it is listed or not in CN codes in Annex V, Part B, wood in the form of chips, particles, saw dust, wood waste, or scrap obtained in whole or part from:

- Acer saccharum Marsh., originating in USA and

Canada,

- Platanus L., originating in USA., or Armenia,

- Populus L., originating in American Continent


Official statement that the wood:

Shall have been produced from a round wood stripped of its bark,

or

has undergone kiln-drying to below 20%,moisture content, expressed as e percentage of a dried matter, achieved through an appropriate time/temperature schedule,



or

it has undergone a respective fumigation according to an approved specification in compliance with the procedure layed out in article 18.2. In certifications referred to article 13.1.(ii), should be evidenced the active, minimum of wood temperature, report (g/m3) and the period of exposure in hours (h),

or

it has undergone a respecitve heat treatment to achieve a minimum wood core temperature of 56 °C for at least 30 minuts, the last treatment should be shown in the certification referred to article 13.1.(ii),






7.2 Whether it it is listed or not in CN codes in Annex V, Part B, wood in the form of chips, particles, saw dust, wood waste, or scrap obtained in whole or part from Quercus L. originating in USA.

Official statement that the wood:

has undergone kiln-drying to below 20%,moisture content, expressed as e percentage of a dried matter, achieved through an appropriate time/temperature schedule,

or

it has undergone a respective fumigation according to an approved specification in compliance with the procedure layed out in article 18.2. In certifications referred to article 13.1.(ii), should be evidenced the active, minimum of wood temperature, report (g/m3) and the period of exposure in hours (h),



ose

it has undergone a respecitve heat treatment to achieve a minimum wood core temperature of 56 °C for at least 30 minuts, the last treatment should be shown in the certification referred to article 13.1.(ii),






7.3 Special bark of conefers (Coniferales), originating in non-European countries.

Official statement that the the specified bark:

has beeen subjected to a respective fumigation with an approved fumigation in accordance with the procedure laid down in article 18.2. In certifications referred to article 13.1.(ii), should be evidenced the active, minimum of wood temperature, report (g/m3) and the period of exposure in hours (h),

or
it has undergone a respecitve heat treatment to achieve a minimum wood core temperature of 56 °C for at least 30 minuts, the last treatment should be shown in the certification referred to article 13.1.(ii),.





8. Wood used to share or support cargo with non wood material, including, but inclooding whod which has not kept its round natural surface, except the unprocessed 6mm thick wood or less, and processed and produced wood with glue, heating and pressure, or in combination thereof with third countries, except Switzerland.


The wood:

(a) shall have been produced from round wood which was stripped of its bark, and

- shall have been subject to one of the approved measures as specified in annex I of the International Standard for Phitosanitary Measures (ISPM) No. 15 issued by FAO, with the title: Manual on rules for packing wood material in international trade. and

- shall have indicate a mark with at least two ISO letters of country code, an identifying code of producer and identifying code of the approved method implemented for packaging wood material, as specified in annex II of the International Standard for Phitosanitary Measures (ISPM) No. 15 issued by FAO, with the title: Manual on rules for packing wood material in international trade. Letters “DB” shall be added as abbreviations of the approved measure in the abovementioned mark, or on a temporary base until 31 december 2007

(b) Shall have been produced from the wood which is stripped of its bark and free from parsites and harmful organisms.

The first row of point (a), where it is required that the packaging wood material shall have been produced from the round wood, which is stripped of its bark, shall be implemented only by January the 1st 2009. This paragraph shall be reviewed on 1 september 2007.


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