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July 7, 2017
EOS general assembly talks about Croatia’s oak logs export ban
The government in Croatia has put a two-year ban on the export of oak logs, due to a bark beetle infestation in 14 Croatian counties. This has drawn awareness during the recent European Organisation of the Sawmilling Industry (EOS) general assembly in Vienna. As reported by TTJ Online, regulations on limited log transport have been introduced to prevent spreading of the harmful organism (Corythucha arcuata), and it is expected to last for the next two years. Any transfer of wood which has completely or partially retained its natural surface (with or ...
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