|(a) The owner or operator of any gasoline storage vessel,
gasoline terminal, or gasoline bulk plant subject to the provisions
of §114.301 of this title (relating to Control Requirements for
Reid Vapor Pressure) shall maintain records of the Reid vapor pressure
of all gasoline stored or transferred during the compliance period.
All records shall be maintained for two years and be made available
for review by the executive director, United States Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA), and local air pollution control agencies.
Records do not have to be stored on-site, but must be made available
for inspection at the site within five business days.
(b) All parties in the distribution chain (producers,
importers, terminals, pipelines, truckers, rail carriers, and retail
fuel dispensing outlets) subject to the provisions of §114.301
of this title must maintain copies or records of product transfer
documents for a minimum of two years and shall upon request, make
such copies or records available to representatives of the commission,
EPA, or local air pollution agency having jurisdiction in the area.
The product transfer documents must contain, at a minimum, the following
(1) the date of transfer;
(2) the name and address of the transferor;
(3) the name and address of the transferee;
(4) the volume of gasoline being transferred;
(5) the location of the gasoline at the time of transfer;
(6) the following certification statement: "This product
complies with the requirements for Reid vapor pressure specified in
Title 30 Texas Administrative Code, §114.301 and may be used
in any Texas county requiring gasoline with a maximum RVP of 7.8 pounds
per square inch."
|Source Note: The provisions of this §114.306 adopted to be effective July 21, 1999, 24 TexReg 5487; amended to be effective April 27, 2000, 25 TexReg 3535; amended to be effective October 2, 2014, 39 TexReg 7740