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2. In this Order—
“approved disinfectant” means a disinfectant approved for the time being by the Department under the Diseases of Animals (Approval of Disinfectants) Order (Northern Ireland) 2008(1);
“cleansed” means cleansed with water, steam or where appropriate chemicals or chemical compounds or, if necessary, any combination of these;
“contaminated” means contaminated by—
animals, insects or other invertebrates (in any lifecycle stage);
eggs, egg casings or rafts of any insect or other invertebrate;
eggs of poultry;
any organic material of animal origin including blood, bones, fibre, meat, secretions or excretions;
plants or plant products including fruit, seeds, leaves, twigs, roots, bark, saw dust, or other organic material; or
“the Department” means the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development;
treated by means of an approved disinfectant where disinfection is to be carried out in accordance with a notice served under Article 3; or
in any other case treated by means of an approved disinfectant which has been officially approved in the country where disinfection takes place;
“machinery” means any article of machinery or equipment or any part thereof;
a trailer, semi-trailer or other thing which is designed or adapted to be towed by another vehicle;
anything on a vehicle;
a detachable part of a vehicle;
a container or other structure designed or adapted to be carried by or on a vehicle,
but does not include a private car.
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