Sawmill in Costa Rica fined US$ 3,900 for illegal storage of logs including Ipê, Jatobá

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February 9, 2021 - Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil

The Environmental Military Police inspected a lumber company in the city of Costa Rica on February 9. They seized 70.76 cubic meters of logs including the species Angico, Faveiro, Ipê, and Jatobá. According to the PMA the logs were stored without the Document of Forest Origin. The company was fined about US$ 3,900.

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Sawmill in Costa Rica fined US$ 3,900 for illegal storage of logs including Ipê, Jatobá

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