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25 January 2020

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Non commodity conditions apply to all packaging, containers and transport methods used to bring goods into the country. Refer to the Non Commodity case to review the non commodity conditions related to your import.

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Processed grain and seed products for use as biodegradable/edible tableware

Effective 7 January 2020 to present

This case describes the requirements for the importation of processed grain and seed products for use as biodegradable/edible tableware.

Matched Term: biodegradable

Biodegradable plant pots Alerts

Effective 7 January 2020 to present

This case describes the requirements for the importation of biodegradable plant pots for use as fertiliser. For coir fibre liners for hanging baskets, please see the Permitted plant fibres case. Biodegradable plant pots can be made from rice husks, coir peat, sphagnum, wood pulp, coconut fibre and other plant materials that pose a biosecurity risk. Pots must be manufactured in a way that will reduce the biosecurity risk or be subject to mandatory treatment. These conditions do not apply to pots made from bioplastics such as starch derivatives or cellulose.

Matched Term: Biodegradable

Biodegradable urns Alerts

Effective 7 January 2020 to present

This case describes the requirements for the importation of biodegradable urns for human, or animal, remains. Biodegradable urns can be made from rice husks, coir peat, sphagnum, wood pulp and other plant materials that pose a biosecurity risk. Urns must be manufactured in a way that will reduce the biosecurity risk or be subject to mandatory treatment. These conditions do not apply to urns made from bioplastics such as starch derivatives or cellulose.

Matched Term: Biodegradable


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