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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 9. Environment
Agency 5. State Air Pollution Control Board
Chapter 45. Consumer and Commercial Products

9VAC5-45-730. Notification, records and reporting.

A. The provisions of 9VAC5-45-50 (Notification, records and reporting) apply.

B. Each owner or other person subject to this article shall maintain records demonstrating compliance with this article, including, but not limited to, the following information:

1. A list of each adhesive, sealant, adhesive primer, sealant primer cleanup solvent and surface preparation solvent in use or in storage;

2. A data sheet or material list that provides the material name, manufacturer identification, and material application for each product on the list;

3. Catalysts, reducers or other components used in each product on the list and the mix ratio;

4. The VOC content of each product on the list, as supplied;

5. The final VOC content or vapor pressure of each product on the list, as applied; and

6. The monthly volume of each adhesive, sealant, adhesive primer, sealant primer, cleanup or surface preparation solvent used.

C. Any owner or other person who complies with the provisions of 9VAC5-45-650 B through the use of add-on air pollution control equipment shall record the key operating parameters for the control equipment, including, but not limited to, the following information:

1. The volume used per day of each adhesive, sealant, adhesive primer, sealant primer, or solvent that is subject to a VOC content limit in Table 45-6A and that exceeds such limit;

2. On a daily basis, the combustion temperature, inlet and exhaust gas temperatures or control device efficiency, as appropriate, pursuant to 9VAC5-45-660;

3. Daily hours of operation; and

4. All maintenance performed including the date and type of maintenance.

D. For adhesives, sealants, adhesive primers and sealant primers subject to the laboratory testing exemption pursuant to 9VAC5-45-630 B 1 of this article, the person conducting the testing shall make and maintain records of all such materials used, including, but not limited to (i) the product name, (ii) the product category of the material or type of application, and (iii) the VOC content of each material.

E. Any owner or other person that is subject to the provisions of this article and who sells an adhesive, sealant, adhesive primer or sealant primer that is subject to the provisions of this article but does not comply with the VOC content limits in Table 45-6A, shall make and keep records as follows:

1. The name of, and contact information for, each owner or other person to whom such noncompliant product is sold, and

2. The amount of each such noncompliant product that is sold to that owner or other person per calendar year.

F. Any owner of other person claiming an exemption for plaque laminating equipment pursuant to 9VAC5-45-630 C 4 shall keep records sufficient to demonstrate that the exemption applies. Such records shall include, but are not limited to, (i) the installation date of the plaque laminating equipment, (ii) monthly records of the types of laminate and substrate used and the VOC content of each adhesive used by the equipment during the month, and (iii) certification by a responsible official of the company that there is no compliant adhesive available for this purpose.

G. All records made to determine compliance with the provisions of this article shall be maintained for three years from the date such record is created and shall be made available to the board within 90 days of a request.

Statutory Authority

§ 10.1-1308 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Virginia Register Volume 26, Issue 12, eff. March 17, 2010.

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