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3 July 2022

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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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Plant derived charcoal, wood pellets, briquettes and firewood

Effective 2 July 2022 to present

This case describes the requirements for the importation of firewood, pellets, briquettes, agglomerated logs made out of extruded, pressed and pelletised sawdust, wood powder or wood shavings. This case also applies to fully carbonised charcoal in all forms made from wood or other plant material.

Matched Term: charcoal, pellets

Sawdust and woodchips

Effective 2 July 2022 to present

This case describes the requirements for the importation of sawdust and woodchips. Sawdust products include, but are not limited to, products and products containing chunks and bits of wood, wood chips, sawdust or wood powder, wood shavings, wine making oak alternatives (excluding barrels, staves and headboards). This case does not contain the conditions for briquettes and pellets made from compressed wood powder or sawdust, for these products please refer to the Charcoal, wood pellets, briquettes and firewood BICON case.

Matched Term: pellets, Charcoal

Processed and dried hops for human consumption and processing Alerts

Effective 2 July 2022 to present

This case describes the requirements for the importation of processed hops, dried hops for human consumption or hops intended for processing such as alcohol production. Hops are the female flower clusters of the species Humulus lupulus. Processed hops may come in the form of hop pellets or hop extracts, whereas unprocessed hops or dried hops may come in the form of hop cones or hop plugs.

Matched Term: pellets

Packing materials and packaging of plants

Effective 1 July 2022 to present

This case describes the requirements for the importation of packing materials and packaging of plants.

Matched Term: Charcoal

Brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB) hitchhiker pests

Effective 1 July 2022 to present

This case describes the requirements for the importation of cargo identified as being at risk of being contaminated with brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB) hitchhiker pests. You are still required to refer to the relevant BICON case for requirements relating to the good being imported (if applicable).

Matched Term: charcoal

Fertilisers Alerts

Effective 2 July 2022 to present

This case describes the requirements for the importation of fertiliser for use personal and commercial use in the environment. Fertiliser includes growth hormones such as Gibberellic acid and soil conditioners.

Matched Term: Charcoal

Stockfeed, stockfeed ingredients and stockfeed additives Alerts

Effective 2 July 2022 to present

This case describes the requirements for the importation of stockfeed products to be fed to stock animals including ruminants, poultry, pigs, horses, aquatic animals and bees. These products may contain ingredients of animal, microbial, plant, macroalgae, microalgae and/or mineral origin. This case should also be used for silage inoculants and for samples of plant-based stockfeed being imported for laboratory analysis. For products that are also used as veterinary therapeutics (e.g. antibiotics) please also consult the case for Veterinary therapeutics and veterinary therapeutic ingredients. For bee pollen that will be fed to animals refer to the case Bee Pollen. For products containing ingredients of aquatic animal origin, which will be fed to aquatic animals refer to the case Aquaculture feed and aquatic meals.

Matched Term: pellets

Incense

Effective 1 July 2022 to present

This case describes the requirements for the importation of incense. Incense may be composed of plant material that is processed in a variety of ways. The most common type of incense is a mixture of charcoal and essential oils. Incense can take a variety of forms including sticks, cones, granules, or pastes. It may also be a pure resin or a mixture of loose plant material.

Matched Term: charcoal


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