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In addition to the above mentioned UN classifications, three other categories are distinguished (EC regulation no. 1774/2002).
Category I and II may consist of UN2900 and UN2814 as well as UN3373 material. Category III may only consist of UN3373.
In the case of road or air transport, UN2900/UN2814 classified material has to be packed in accordance with packing instruction P620 and P602, respectively.
UN3373 classified material must always be packed in accordance with packing instruction P650.
Further to the labelling already prescribed in P602, P620 and P650, EC resolution no. 1774/2002 requires the following text on the outside of the package, depending on the category:
Last but not least, according to this EC resolution a commercial document (in duplicate) must accompany the samples during transport and should specify:
During transport of category I material, both a commercial document and a consignment note are mandatory.
The Dutch Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality has officially permitted Category I and II material to be submitted to GD Animal Health without an accompanying health certificate.
According to EC regulation no. 1774/2002, when category I and II material is sent to another member state, the consigner has to inform the competent authority of the place of origin who will then inform competent authority of the place of destination of the consignment by means of the ANIMO system.
Monday 11 September 2006
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