(2) Conveyances, goods and cargo may be cleansed by
as, in the opinion of the quarantine officer, the circumstances require.
(3) Subject to subsection (9) of this section and paragraph 7(1)(b) of the Act, where there is no practicable method of cleansing an article or substance, it shall be burned.
(4) Any part of a conveyance may be disinfected by washing with a phenolic germicidal detergent.
(5) Goods and cargo or any portion thereof may be disinfected by
(6) Water and containers thereof that are, in the opinion of a quarantine officer, contaminated may be disinfected with a chlorine solution.
(7) Baggage of a person and personal articles including clothing, bedding or linen may be disinfected by
(a) washing with a phenolic germicidal detergent, or
(b) steam under pressure where it is practicable,
unless the articles would be damaged by washing or steaming, in which case they may be disinfected by the vaporization of formaldehyde.
(8) Cooking and eating utensils may be disinfected by
(9) Any food or beverage may be cleansed where practicable, but where such food or beverage cannot, in the opinion of a quarantine officer, be kept safe for use, it shall be removed from the conveyance for disposal under the supervision of a quarantine officer.
(10) Waste matter that is, in the opinion of a quarantine officer, contaminated shall be disinfected with a formaldehyde solution before it is discharged or unloaded.
(11) Any part of a conveyance or the goods and cargo therein that, in the opinion of a quarantine officer, is contaminated or suspected of being contaminated with smallpox may be cleansed by the vaporization of formaldehyde.
(12) Any conveyance or part thereof or any goods or cargo that are infested by insects shall be disinfected with a spray or powder containing an agent or agents approved for such purpose by a quarantine officer.
(13) Any conveyance found to be infested by rodents shall be de-ratted under the supervision of a quarantine officer.
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