For the purposes of producing bioethanol, the ethanol must be
received into a tax warehouse. Ethanol will be accompanied by an
Administrative Accompanying Document (AAD). The warehousekeeper
will be able to discharge the AAD. The trader will need oils
The warehouse will need to be approved to receive ethanol and have the appropriate approvals and licences to denature the ethanol and distribute it as bioethanol.
For use as bioethanol the imported product must be denatured in
Denatured Alcohol Regulations 2005 (DAR) Schedule
3(i). The denatured ethanol will be accompanied by an AAD. The
warehousekeeper will be able to discharge the AAD.
The denatured ethanol must be blended with gasoline prior to removal. If not for blending the denatured ethanol cannot be entered to tax warehouse. The trader will need to hold a denatured alcohol ‘end user’ licence. The warehouse will have to be registered and approved to store the denatured ethanol.