|(a) Notification. The owner or operator of each portland cement kiln shall submit verbal notification to the executive director of the date of any continuous emissions monitoring system (CEMS) or predictive emissions monitoring system (PEMS) performance evaluation conducted under §117.3140 or §117.3142 of this title (relating to Continuous Demonstration of Compliance; and Emission Testing and Monitoring for Eight-Hour Attainment Demonstration) at least 15 days before such date followed by written notification within 15 days after testing is completed. (b) Reporting of test results. The owner or operator of each portland cement kiln shall furnish the executive director and any local air pollution control agency having jurisdiction a copy of any CEMS or PEMS relative accuracy test audit conducted under §117.3140 or §117.3142 of this title: (1) within 60 days after completion of such testing or evaluation; and (2) not later than the appropriate compliance date in §117.9320 of this title (relating to Compliance Schedule for Cement Kilns). (c) Recordkeeping. The owner or operator of a portland cement kiln subject to the requirements of this division (relating to Cement Kilns) shall maintain written or electronic records of the data specified in this subsection. Such records must be kept for a period of at least five years and must be made available upon request by authorized representatives of the executive director, United States Environmental Protection Agency, or local air pollution control agencies having jurisdiction. The records must include: (1) for each kiln subject to §117.3110 or 117.3120 of this title (relating to Emission Specifications; and Source Cap), monitoring records of: (A) daily and rolling 30-day average (and, for each kiln subject to the source cap in §117.3120 of this title, rolling 90-day average) nitrogen oxides (NOX ) emissions (in pounds); (B) daily and rolling 30-day average (and, for each kiln subject to the source cap in §117.3120 of this title, rolling 90-day average) production of clinker (in United States short tons); and (C) average NOX emission rate (in pounds per ton (lb/ton) of clinker produced) on the basis of a rolling 30-day average (and, for each kiln subject to the source cap in §117.3120 of this title, a rolling 90-day average); (2) records of the results of initial certification testing, evaluations, calibrations, checks, adjustments, and maintenance of CEMS and PEMS; (3) records of the results of any stack testing conducted; and (4) for each kiln subject to the source cap in §117.3123 of this title (relating to Dallas-Fort Worth Eight-Hour Ozone Attainment Demonstration Control Requirements) and emission testing and monitoring requirements in §117.3142 of this title: (A) records of the control plan required under §117.3123 of this title; (B) hourly records of the average NO X concentration in parts per million by volume; (C) hourly records of the NOX emissions in pounds per hour; (D) daily records of the NOX emissions in tons per day; (E) daily records of the NOX emissions in tons per day expressed as a 30-day rolling average; (F) hourly records of the average exhaust gas flow rate in dry standard cubic feet per minute; and (G) records of ammonia monitoring required under §117.3142(a)(3) of this title.