Seed cake (non-hazardous)

Description

The provisions of the non-hazardous seed cake entry SHALL apply only to the following seed cakes:

1)solvent extracted rape seed meal, soya bean meal, cotton seed meal and sunflower seed meal having not more than 4% oil and 15% oil and moisture combined and being substantially free from flammable solvents,

2) mechanically expelled citrus pulp pellets containing not more than 2.5%  oil and 14% oil and moisture combined,

3) mechanically expelled corn gluten meal containing not more than 11.0% oil and 23.6% oil and moisture combined,

4) mechanically expelled corn gluten feed pellets containing not more than 5.2% oil and 17.8% oil and moisture combined; and

5) mechanically expelled beet pulp pellets containing not more than 2.8% oil and 15.0% oil and moisture combined.

Seed cakes normally used as animal feed or fertiliser.

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