Forest, Rangeland Soil Export Illegal
Economy, Domestic Economy

Forest, Rangeland Soil Export Illegal

The export of forest and rangeland soil is prohibited, but the soil obtained through industrial processing could be exported upon securing a permit from the Ministry of Industries, Mining and Trade, Masoud Mansour, an official with Forests, Range and Watershed Management Organization, said. He mentioned the example of industrial soil extracted from a mine on Hormoz Island, Hormozgan Province, and said any other soil exported from the southern Iranian island is against the law, Mehr News Agency reported.


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