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When No Compliant Ash Receiver Site Is Available

If you are working in a quarantined area where there are no compliant ash receiver sites within a reasonable driving distance, you may choose to:

  1. Leave the ash items on site or within the quarantined township
  2. Work under a compliance agreement with the Indiana DNR to:
    1. Chip the material to under 1 inch in diameter (in 2 dimensions) so it can be deregulated
    2. Process ash logs on site with a portable mill so that they will be deregulated
    3. Move regulated items to a CARS under specific conditions at certain times of year

Inspection of the final products by compliance officers of the Indiana DNR and/or USDA APHIS PPQ is necessary before the end products may be moved out of the quarantined area.

If your area doesn’t currently have a compliant ash receiver site, encourage local businesses such as sawmills or landfills to participate.

To find out more about compliance agreements or setting up a compliant ash receiver site, contact:

Scott Kinzie, Compliance Officer
Indiana Department of Natural Resources
Division of Entomology & Plant Pathology
402 West Washington Street, Room W-290
Indianapolis, IN. 46204-2739
Telephone (317) 232-4120
Fax: (317) 232-2649
e-mail: skinzie@dnr.IN.gov

Gary Moughler, Compliance Officer
USDA APHIS PPQ

942 W. 15th Street
Auburn, IN 46706
Telephone: (260) 927-9627
Fax: (260) 927-9628
e-mail: Gary.B.Moughler@aphis.usda.gov

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