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LIST IV
PART A
SPECIAL PHYTOSANITARY REQUIREMENTS THAT MUST BE COMPLIED WITH AS A PRE-REQUISITE FOR IMPORT OR MOVEMENT OF PLANTS, PLANT PRODUCTS, AND OTHER OBJECTS AND ARTICLES ON THE WHOLE TERRITORY OF REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA
SECTION 1
PLANTS, PLANT PRODUCTS, AND OTHER OBJECTS AND ARTICLES ORIGINATING FROM THIRD COUNTRIES





PLANTS, PLANT PRODUCTS AND OTHER OBJECTS AND ARTICLES

SPECIAL PHYTOSANITARY REQUIREMENTS

1. 1.

Irrespective whether listed or not in the CN codes of List V, Part B, wood of coniferous trees (Coniferales), excluding Thuja L. except in a form of:

  • chips, particles, splinters, sawdust, wooden waste or waste obtained in whole or in part from said coniferous wood

  • wooden material for packing, in a form of trunks, boxes, crates, barrels or similar packaging material, pallets, box-pallets and other load packaging, fixating pallets used for transport of all types of articles

  • wood used to affix or support non-wooden load

  • wood of Libocedrus decurrent Torr. where there is proof that the wood has been processed or treated for pencils, using thermal treatment to achive a minimum temparature of 820C for a period of seven to eight days,

however including those that have not retained their round shapes and originating from Canada, China, Japan, Republic of Korea, Mexico, Taiwan and USA, where Bursaphelenchus xylophilus (Steiner et Buhrer) Nickle et al. is known to occur


Official statement that the wood has passed adequate:

(a) Heat-treatment in order to achieve a minimum temperature of the heartwood of 56°С for a duration of at least 30 minutes. This will be attested by the HT marking placed on the wood or on the packaging as per the current use in the certificates

or

(b) Fumigation as per the instructions approved in the procedures. This will be attested by stating in the certificates, the active matter, the minimum temperature of the wood, dosage in (g/m3) and the time of exposure expressed in (h)



or

(c) Chemical impregnation under pressure with a product approved in the procedure. This will be attested by stating in the certificates, the active matter, the pressure (psi or kPa), and the concentration (%).




1.2.

Irrespective whether listed or not in the CN codes of List V, Part B, wood of coniferous trees (Coniferales), excluding Thuja L. in a form of:

  • chips, particles, splinters, sawdust, wood waste or waste obtained in whole or in part of said coniferous trees

originating from Canada, China, Japan, Republic of Korea, Mexico, Taiwan and USA, where Bursaphelenchus xylophilus (Steiner et Buhrer) Nickle et al. is known to occur

Official statement that the wood has passed adequate:

(a) Heat-treatment in order to achieve a minimum temperature of the heartwood of 56°С for a duration of at least 30 minutes; the latter should be mentioned in the certificates

(b) Fumigation as per the instructions approved in the procedures. This will be attested by stating in the certificates, the active matter, the minimum temperature of the wood, dosage in (g/m3), and the time of exposure expressed in (h)


1.3.

Irrespective whether listed or not in the CN codes of List V, Part B, wood of Thuja L. except in a form of:

  • chips, particles, splinters, sawdust, wood waste or waste obtained in whole or in part thereof

  • wooden material for packing, in a form of trunks, boxes, crates, barrels or similar packaging material, pallets, box-pallets and other load packaging, fixating palletes used for transport of all types of articles

  • wood used to affix or support non-wooden load

originating from Canada, China, Japan, Republic of Korea, Mexico, Taiwan and USA, where Bursaphelenchus xylophilus (Steiner et Buhrer) Nickle et al. is known to occur

Official statement that the wood

(a) is free of bark,

or

(b) has been dried in a chamber under 20% humidity, expressed as percentage of dry matter, achieved through adequate scheduling of time/temperature. This will be attested by the marking “Kiln-dried" or “KD” or any other internationally recognised marking, affixed on the wood or on the packaing as per the current use,



or

(c) Has been heat-treated in order to achieve a minimum temperature of the heartwood of 56°С for a duration of at least 30 minutes. This will be attested by the HT marking placed on the wood or on the packaging as per the current use in the certificates.

or

(d) Has passed adequate fumigation as per the instructions approved in the procedure. This will be attested by stating in the certificates, the active matter, the minimum temperature of the wood, dosage in (g/m3) and the time of exposure expressed in (h)



or

(e) Has passed adequate chemical impregnation under pressure with a product approved in the procedure. This will be attested by stating in the certificates, the active matter, the pressure (psi or kPa), and the concentration (%).




1.4.

Irrespective whether listed or not in the CN codes of List V, Part B, wood of Thuja L. in a form of:

  • chips, particles, splinters, sawdust, wood waste or waste obtained in whole or in part thereof

originating from Canada, China, Japan, Republic of Korea, Mexico, Taiwan and USA, where Bursaphelenchus xylophilus (Steiner et Buhrer) Nickle et al. is known to occur

Official statement that the wood

(a) Has been manufactured of peeled round-shaped tree

or

(b) Has been dried in a chamber under 20% humidity, expressed as percentage of dry matter, achieved through adequate scheduling of time/temperature



or

(c) Has passed adequate fumigation as per the instructions approved in the procedure. This will be attested by stating in the certificates, the active matter, the minimum temperature of the wood, dosage in (g/m3), and the time of exposure expressed in (h)

or

(d) Has passed adequate heat-treatment in order to achieve a minimum temperature of the heartwood of 56°С for a duration of at least 30 minutes; the latter should be mentioned in the certificates.




1.5.

Irrespective whether listed or not in the CN codes of List V, Part B, wood of coniferous trees (Coniferales), except in a form of:

  • chips, particles, splinters, sawdust, wood waste or waste obtained in whole or in part from said coniferous trees

  • wooden material for packing, in a form of trunks, boxes, crates, barrels or similar packaging material, pallets, box-pallets and other load packaging, fixating pallets used for transport of all types of articles

  • wood used to affix or support non-wooden load

however, excluding wood that has not retained its natural round shape, originating from Russia, Kazakhstan and Turkey

Official statement that the wood:

(a) Originates from areas known to be free of:

- Monochamus spp. (non-European)

- Pissodes spp. (non-European)

- Scolytidae spp. (non-European)

The area will be mentioned in the certificate in the field "Place of Origin”

or

(b) Is free of bark and free of larval tunnels caused by the genus Monochamus spp. (non-European) defined for this purpose, with a cross-section exceeding 3mm in diameter



or

(c) Has been dried in a chamber under 20% humidity, expressed as percentage of dry matter, achieved through adequate scheduling of time/temperature. This will be attested by the marking “Kiln-dried" or “KD” or any other internationally recognised marking, affixed on the wood or on the packaging as per the current use,

or

(d) Has been heat-treated in order to achieve a minimum temperature of the heartwood of 56°С for a duration of 30 minutes. This will be attested by the HT marking placed on the wood or on the packaging as per the current use in the certificates



or

(e) Has passed adequate fumigation as per the instructions approved in the procedure. This will be attested by stating in the certificates of the active matter, the minimum temperature of the wood, dosage in (g/m3), and the time of exposure expressed in (h)

(f) Has passed adequate chemical impregnation under pressure with a product approved in the procedure. This will be attested by stating in the certificates, the active matter, the pressure (psi or kPa), and the concentration (%).


1.6.

Irrespective whether listed or not in the CN codes of List V, Part B, wood of coniferous trees (Coniferales), except in a form of:

  • chips, particles, splinters, sawdust, wood waste or waste obtained in whole or in part from said coniferous trees

  • wooden material for packing, in a form of trunks, boxes, crates, barrels or similar packaging material, pallets, box-pallets and other load packaging, fixating pallets used for transport of all types of articles

  • wood used to affix or support non-wooden load

however, excluding wood that has not retained its natural round shape, originating from third countries, except the following:

  • Russia, Kazakhstan and Turkey,

  • European countries,

  • Canada, China, Japan, Republic of Korea, Mexico, Taiwan and USA, where Bursaphelenchus xylophilus (Steiner et Buhrer) Nickle et al. is known to occur

Official statement that the wood:

(a) Is free of bark and free of larval tunnels caused by the genus Monochamus spp. (non-European) defined for this purpose, with a cross-section exceeding 3mm in diameter

or

(b) Has been dried in a chamber under 20% humidity, expressed as percentage of dry matter, achieved through adequate scheduling of time/temperature. This will be attested by the marking “Kiln-dried" or “KD” or any other internationally recognised marking, affixed on the wood or on the packaging as per the current use,



or

(c) Has passed adequate fumigation as per the instructions approved in the procedure. This will be attested by stating in the certificates, the active matter, the minimum temperature of the wood, dosage in (g/m3), and the time of exposure expressed in (h)

or

(d) Has passed adequate chemical impregnation under pressure with a product approved in accordance with the procedure. This will be attested by stating in the certificates, the active matter, the pressure (psi or kPa), and the concentration (%).



or

(e) Has been heat-treated in order to achieve a minimum temperature of the heartwood of 56°С for a duration of 30 minutes. This will be attested by the HT marking placed on the wood or on the packaging as per the current use in the certificates.




1.7.

Irrespective whether it has been listed in the CN codes in List V, Part B, wood, in a form of chips, particles, splinters, sawdust, wood waste or waste obtained in whole or in part from said coniferous trees (Coniferales), originating from:

  • Russia, Kazakhstan and Turkey,

  • Non-European countries, excluding Canada, China, Japan, Republic of Korea, Mexico, Taiwan and USA, where Bursaphelenchus xylophilus (Steiner et Buhrer) Nickle et al. is known to occur

Official statement that the wood:

(a) Originates from areas known to be free of:

- Monochamus spp. (non-European)

- Pissodes spp. (non-European)

- Scolytidae spp. (non-European)

The area will be mentioned in the certificate in the field "Place of Origin”

or

(b) Has been manufactured of peeled round-shaped tree



or

(c) Has been dried in a chamber under 20% humidity, expressed as percentage of dry matter, achieved through adequate scheduling of time/temperature.

or

(d) Has passed adequate fumigation as per the instructions approved in the procedure. This will be attested by stating in the certificates, the active matter, the minimum temperature of the wood, dosage in (g/m3), and the time of exposure expressed in (h)



or

(e) Has passed adequate heat-treatment in order to achieve a minimum temperature of the heartwood of 56°С for a duration of 30 minutes; the latter should be mentioned in the certificates.




2.

Wooden packaging material in a shape of packing crates, boxes, crates, barrels, and similar packaging, pallets, box-pallets and other load packaging, affixing pallets used for transporting all types of articles, excluding wood in the rough, 6mm thick or less, and processed wood produced with glue, heat and pressure, or combination thereof, originating from third countries, except Switzerland.


The wooden packing material will be:

  • Free of bark, except any number of individual bark pieces smaller than or equal to 3 cm in width (irrespective of length) or if larger than 3 cm in width, not exceeding 50 cm2 in size, and

  • Subject to one of the approved treatments stated in Annex 1 of FAO’s international standard for phytosanitary measures no. 15 on the Guidelines regulating the wooden packaging material in international trade, and

  • Bearing the marking, as stated in Annex 2 of the FAO's international standard on phytosanitary measures no. 15 on the Guidelines regulating the wooden packaging material in international trade, indicating the wooden packaging material that was subject to the approved phytosanitary treatment.

The first indent will apply from the 1st of July 2009.


2.2.

Wood of Acer saccharum Mersh, intented for production of veneer panels, originating from the USA and Canada.


Official statement that the wood originates from areas recognised as free of Ceratocystis virescens (Davidson) Moreau, intended for production of veneer panels.


2.3

Irrespective whether it has been listed in the CN codes in List V, Part B, wood of Fraxinus L., Juglans mandshurica Maxim. Ulmus davidiana Planch., Ulmus parvifolia Jacq.I Pterocarya rhoifolia Siebold & Zucc., except in a form of:

  • splinters, obtained in whole or in part of said trees

  • wooden packaging material in a shape of packing crates, boxes, crates, barrels, and similar packaging, pallets, box-pallets and other load packaging, affixing pallets used for transporting all types of articles

  • wood used to affix or support non-wooden load

however, excluding wood that has not retained its round shape, originating from Canada, China, Japan, Mongolia, Republic of Korea, Russia, Taiwan and USA


Official statement that the wood:

(a) Originates from an area for which the National Plant Protection Organisation in the exporting country established it was free of Agrilus planipennis Fairmaire in accordance with the relevant international standards for phytosanitary measures, or

(b) Is square shaped in order to completely remove the round-shaped surfaces.


2.4.

Irrespective whether listed in the CN codes in List V, Part B, wood in form of splinters, obtained in whole or in part of Fraxinus L., Juglans mandshurica Maxim. Ulmus davidiana Planch., Ulmus parvifolia Jacq.I Pterocarya rhoifolia Siebold & Zucc., originating from Canada, China, Japan, Mongolia, Republic of Korea, Russia, Taiwan and USA.


Official statement that the wood:

(a) Originates from an area for which the National Plant Protection Organisation in the exporting country established it was free of Agrilus planipennis Fairmaire in accordance with the relevant international standards for phytosanitary measures, or

(b) Has been processed into pieces not exceeding 2,5 cm in thickness and width.


2.5

Isolated bark of Fraxinus L., Juglans mandshurica Maxim. Ulmus davidiana Planch., Ulmus parvifolia Jacq. I Pterocarya rhoifolia Siebold & Zucc. originating from Canada, China, Japan, Mongolia, Republic of Korea, Russia, Taiwan and USA.



Official statement that the isolated bark:

(a) Originates from an area for which the National Plant Protection Organisation in the exporting country established it was free of Agrilus planipennis Fairmaire in accordance with the relevant international standards for phytosanitary measures, or

(b) Has been processed into pieces not exceeding 2,5 cm in thickness and width.


3.

Wood of Quercus L., except in a form of:

  • splinters, parts, sawdust, wood chips, waste wood or waste

  • barrels, casks, tubs, and other products made of parts thereof, including staves with documented evidence that the wood was produces or processed using heat-treatment to achieve a minimum temperature of 1760C for a period of 20 minutes

however, including wood that has not retained its natural round shape, originating from USA.

Official statement that the wood:

(a) Is square-shaped in order to completely remove the round-shaped surfaces,

or

(b) Is free of bark and the water content is less than 20% expressed as percentage of dry matter,



or

Is free of bark and is disinfected with warm air or with hot water treatment,

or

(c) if cut, with or without bark residue, the wood has been dried in a chamber under 20% humidity content, expressed as percentage of dry matters, realised through adequate scheduling of time/temperature. This will be attested with the marking "Kiln-dried" or "KD" or any other internationally recognised marking, affixed on the wood or on the packaging in accordance with the current use.




5.

Wood of Platanus L., except in a form of splinters, small pieces, sawdust, wood chips, wood waster or waste, however, including wood which has not retained its natural round shape, originating from USA or Armenia.


Official statement that the wood has been dried in a chamber under 20% humidity content, expressed as percentage of dry matter, achieved through adequate scheduling of time/temperature. This will be attested with the marking "Kiln-dried" or "KD" or any other internationally recognised marking, affixed on the wood or on the packaging in accordance with the current use.


6.

Wood of Populus L., except in a form of splinters, small pieces, sawdust, wood chips, wood waster or waste, however, including wood which has not retained its natural round shape, originating from the countries on the American continent.

Official statement that the wood:

(a) Is free of bark,

or

(b) Has been dried in a chamber under 20% humidity content, expressed as percentage of dry matter, achieved through adequate scheduling of time/temperature. This will be attested with the marking "Kiln-dried" or "KD" or any other internationally recognised marking, affixed on the wood or on the packaging in accordance with the current use.




7.1.

Irrespective whether listed or not in the CN codes in List V, Part B, wood, in a form of chips, particles, splinters, sawdust, wood waste or waste obtained in whole or in part from:

- Acer saccharum Mersh, originating from USA and Canada

-Platanus L., originating from USA or Armenia

-Populus L., originating from the American continent




Official statement that the wood:

(a) Has been manufactured of peeled round-shaped tree

or

(b) Has been dried in a chamber under 20% humidity, expressed as percentage of dry matter, achieved through adequate scheduling of time/temperature



or

(c) Has passed adequate fumigation as per the instructions approved in the procedure. This will be attested by stating in the certificates, the active matter, the minimum temperature of the wood, dosage in (g/m3), and the time of exposure expressed in (h)

or

(d) Has passed adequate heat-treatment in order to achieve a minimum temperature of the heartwood of 56°С for a duration of 30 minutes; the latter should be mentioned in the certificates.




7.2.

Irrespective whether listed or not in the CN codes in List V, Part B, wood, in a form of chips, particles, splinters, sawdust, wood waste or waste obtained in whole or in part from Quercus L. originating from USA.

Official statement that the wood:

(a) Has been dried in a chamber under 20% humidity, expressed as percentage of dry matter, achieved through adequate scheduling of time/temperature

or

(b) Has passed adequate fumigation as per the instructions approved in the procedure. This will be attested by stating in the certificates, the active matter, the minimum temperature of the wood, dosage in (g/m3), and the time of exposure expressed in (h)



or

(c) Has passed adequate heat-treatment in order to achieve a minimum temperature of the heartwood of 56°С for a duration of 30 minutes; the latter should be mentioned in the certificates.




7.3.

Isolated bark of coniferous trees (Coniferales) originating from non-European countries.


Official statement that the isolated bark:

(a) Has been subjected to adequate fumigation with a fumigant approved as per the procedure. This will be attested by stating in the certificates, the active matter, the minimum temperature of the wood, dosage in (g/m3), and the time of exposure expressed in (h)



or

(b) Has passed adequate heat-treatment in order to achieve a minimum temperature of the wood core of 56°С for a duration of 30 minutes; the latter should be mentioned in the certificates.




8.

Wood used to affix or support non-wooden load, including wood that has not retained its round shape, except wood in the rough, less than or equal to 6mm thick, and processed wood produced using glue, heat and pressure, or combination thereof, originating from third countries, except Switzerland.



The wood should be:

  • Free of bark, except any number of individual bark pieces smaller than or equal to 3 cm in width (irrespective of length) or if larger than 3 cm in width, not exceeding 50 cm2 in size, and

  • Subject to one of the approved treatments stated in Annex 1 of FAO’s international standard for phytosanitary measures no. 15 on the Guidelines regulating the wooden packaging material in international trade, and

  • Bearing the marking, as stated in Annex 2 of the FAO's international standard on phytosanitary measures no. 15 on the Guidelines regulating the wooden packaging material in international trade, indicating the wooden packaging material that was subject to the approved phytosanitary treatment.

The first indent will apply from the 1st of July 2009.

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