The state of Louisiana and a Texas incinerator have agreed not to transport or dispose of ash associated with the fatal occurrence of Ebola in Dallas, attorney general Buddy Caldwell announced Friday.

Earlier this month, a Louisiana judge blocked Texas-based Veolia Environmental Services from sending incinerated material from Thomas Eric Duncan’s Dallas apartment to Louisiana even though health officials say the burned medical waste poses no risk and a Lake Charles disposal company that was to bury it in a landfill there decided not to.

“I am pleased today’s agreement ends this chapter in the controversy of the transportation and disposal of Ebola waste,” Caldwell said in a news release.