Mr. Hadley Robichaud
Old Hampshire House
R.R. #2 Brookside Road
Truro, Nova Scotia, Canada B2N 5N1
RE: The tariff classification of various products from Canada.
Dear Mr. Robichaud:
In your letter dated December 30, 1992, you requested a
tariff classification ruling.
The applicable subheading under the Harmonized Tariff
Schedules of the United States (HTS) for the listed products are
Product HTS no Duty
ASA tablets 3004.90.6028 6.3 percent ad
signal mirror 3926.90.9590 5.3 " "
multi use wire 7408.21.0000 4 " "
fire starter blocks 3606.90.6000 5 " "
80% fiberboard and
20% paraffin wax
Canadian products imported into The United States, will be
subject to a reduced duty under the Canadian Free Trade Agreement
(CFTA) provided all appropiate requirements have been met.
Product HTS no CFTA duty
ASA tablets 3004.90.6028 3.1 percent ad
signal mirror 3926.90.9590 2.6 " "
multi use wire 7408.21 0000 2 " "
fire starter blocks 3606.90.6000 free of duty
We require a complete list of all chemical components by
generic chemical name and the percentage of each in the product,
in order to classify "Drinking Water Tablets."
This ruling is being issued under the provisions of Section
177 of the Customs Regulations (19 C.F.R. 177).
A copy of this ruling letter should be attached to the entry
documents filed at the time this merchandise is imported. If the
documents have been filed without a copy, this ruling should be
brought to the attention of the Customs officer handling the
Jean F. Maguire
New York Seaport