Regulation (2005:229) For Temporary Support For Storage Of Lumber

Original Language Title: Förordning (2005:229) om tillfälligt stöd för lagring av virke

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General provisions



section 1 assistance may, subject to availability of funds, provided pursuant to this

Regulation for the construction and operation of the storage locations for

sawlogs and pulpwood which comes from forests damaged by

the storms on 8 and 9 January 2005, Östergötland, Jönköping,

Kronoberg, Kalmar, Blekinge, Skåne, Halland and Västra

Götaland.



Support may be granted only to the owner of the facility for the storage of

Storm-felled timber in the areas.



Support for the construction of new storage locations for sawlogs



section 2 Support may be provided to new storage locations for sawlogs

built during the period from 15 January 2005 to 30 april 2006 with a maximum

50% of the costs of investment in

measuring construction, earthworks and irrigation and

purification plant, with a maximum of 190 000 per hectare

always clean and use warehouse space in 2005-2006.



Support may be granted only to establishments where



1. layer has the capacity to store lumber at least 5 000

square metres with, on average, at least 1 cubic meter of timber solid

dimensions under bark (m3 fub) per square meter,



2. the timber in the layer measured under timber measurement Act (1966:209)

and the conditions set out in the provisions adopted by the

National Board of forestry, and



3. it is possible to protect the timber from drying out and

degradation during the period april-October through irrigation or

by equal protection.



Support for storage of sawlogs



paragraph 3 of the payments may be provided to a newly laid out in accordance with section 2 of the

storage location for saw logs with a maximum of 50% of the

the cost of electricity, irrigation, land, measuring, loading,

unloading and environmental analysis for storage during the years 2005-2006.



Support may be granted only for expenses in a calendar year if

Timber kept in inventory continuously during the period July 15-31

December 2005 or may 1-september 30, 2006, with a maximum of 10

dollars per cubic meter fixed dimensions under bark (m3 fub).



paragraph 4 of That additional conditions for the aid provided for in paragraph 3 of the terms of



1. inventory included at least 5,000 square metres with, on average,

at least 1 cubic meter of timber solid dimensions under bark (m3 fub) per

square meter,



2. the timber in the layer measured under timber measurement Act (1966:209)

and the conditions set out in the provisions adopted by the

National Board of forestry, and



3. the logs that were in inventory during the period January-

October protected from desiccation and degradation by

irrigation or equivalent protection.



§ 5 If the logs kept continuously in the inventory in accordance with 3 and

4 sections during the period from 15 November 2005 to 30 september 2006 are supported

be provided with an additional 5 kroons per cubic meter fixed dimensions under

bark (m3 fub).



Have kept continuously sawlogs in inventory during the period July 15

2005-september 30, 2007, the aid is provided with an additional 5 kroons

per cubic metre of solid dimensions under bark (m3 fub) in addition to what

specified in the first subparagraph.



Support for the construction of new locations and storage of

pulpwood



section 6, Support may be given to the new storage locations for pulpwood as

built during the period from 15 January 2005 to 30 april 2006 with a maximum

50% of the cost of measurement shown holding, earthworks,

monthly rent, electricity, irrigation, measurement and environmental analysis during the years

2005-2006.



Support may be granted only if the



1. at least 5,000 cubic meters of pulpwood fixed dimensions under bark (m3

Fub) placed into storage, and



2. pulpwood in the layer measured under timber measurement law

(1966:209) and the conditions set out in the regulations

announced by the Swedish forest Agency.



The aid may, however, be provided with a maximum of 10 kronor per cubic meter fixed

dimensions under bark (m3 fub).



Aid for environmental investment in irrigation and

treatment plants in existing storage installations for

saw logs



7 § Support may be given to installations for the storage of logs

as built by 15 January 2005 and where timber is stored in

as indicated in paragraph 4, with a maximum of 80% of the

showed the cost of environmental investment in irrigation and

treatment plants in 2005, however, with a maximum of 300 000 kronor

per site.



Exemption from the requirement of a layer's scale and volume stored

saw logs or pulpwood per unit area



section 8 if there are special reasons, the Swedish forest agency permit

assistance provided pursuant to sections 2 to 7 for plants covering a surface

less than 5,000 square metres, or which do not include in

average at least 1 cubic metres of wood fixed dimensions under bark (m3

Fub) per square meter.



Application and decision, etc.



§ 9 questions about aid assessed by the Swedish forest Agency. An application for support

shall be filed with the Swedish forest Agency and shall include an indication of any

measures have been taken, timber measurement information and other

documents showing the cost of the measures as well as the other

information Forestry Board determines.



section 10 of the aid shall be paid by the National Board of forestry after the measure

been carried out.



section 11 of the National Board of forestry may allow someone else enters into

beneficiary's place. For the application of support

applies to section 9.



Chargebacks



section 12 Of aid in error or otherwise has

paid with for high amounts, the Swedish forest agency reclaim

What has been paid too much. Amount may be required

back within ten years from the day the amount was paid.



Miscellaneous



paragraph 13 of the Forestry Board's decision pursuant to this Regulation shall not

subject to appeal.



section 14 of the Forestry Board may announce further provisions

necessary for the application of this regulation.



Transitional provisions



2005:229



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 2005 and applies to

until 31 december 2008. However, it shall apply to

measures taken from 15 January 2005.



2. For decisions taken before 31 december 2008

the regulation will also apply after december 31, 2008.

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