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ISPM 25. Consignments in transit

Adopted 2006













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    ISPM 39. International movement of wood
    Adopted 2017
    2017
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    This standard provides guidance for the assessment of the pest risk of wood and describes phytosanitary measures that may be used to reduce the risk of introduction and spread of quarantine pests associated with the international movement of wood, in particular those that infest trees. This standard covers only raw wood commodities and material resulting from the mechanical processing of wood: (1) round wood and sawn wood (with or without bark); and (2) materials resulting from the mechanical processing of wood such as wood chips, sawdust, wood wool and wood residue (all with or without bark). This standard covers wood of gymnosperms and angiosperms (i.e. dicotyledons and some monocotyledons, such as palms), but not bamboo and rattan. Wood packaging material is covered within the scope of ISPM 15 (Regulation of wood packaging material in international trade) and therefore is not covered in this standard. Products manufactured from wood (such as furniture), processed wood material (e.g. pressure treated, glued or heated wood) and wooden handicrafts are not covered in this standard. Wood may also carry contaminating pests; however, they are not covered in this standard.
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    ISPM 28. Phytosanitary treatments for regulated pests
    Adopted 2007
    2016
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    This standard presents as annexes phytosanitary treatments evaluated and adopted by the Commission on Phytosanitary Measures (CPM). It also describes the requirements for submission and evaluation of the efficacy data and other relevant information on a phytosanitary treatment that can be used as a phytosanitary measure and that will be annexed to this standard after its adoption. The treatments are for the control of regulated pests on regulated articles, primarily those moving in international trade. The adopted treatments provide the minimum requirements necessary to control a regulated pest at a stated efficacy. The scope of this standard does not include issues related to pesticide registration or other domestic requirements for approval of treatments (e.g. irradiation).
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    Regional Standards for Phytosanitary Measures. Guidance on the operation of land border entry points for local trade 2009
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    Many countries of the Asia-Pacific region share long land borders across which many consignments of plants, plant products and other regulated articles pass through land border entry points. While long-distance trade in large consignments exists and uses the established regulatory systems, a large proportion of cross border trade concerns the local trade of large numbers of small consignments which require specific border region import regulatory systems. Dealing with the trade of small amounts of plant material is a major problem at many land border entry points. This trade is increasing and the associated risks need to be addressed. This standard offers guidance for the harmonization of procedures for land border points of entry to deal with the specific problems arising from local trade and encourages cooperation between neighbouring countries. The measures described should substantially decrease any risk of plant pest entry through local trade. This standard was endorsed by the twe nty-sixth session of the Asia and Pacific Plant Protection Commission (APPPC) held in New Delhi, India in August-September 2009. Regional standards for phytosanitary measures are part of the plant protection programme of the Commission's contracting parties to support regional harmonization and facilitate trade of commodities by member countries.

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