|(a) The commission may suspend or revoke a registration for: (1) failure to maintain complete and accurate records; (2) alteration of any record, except justified and documented corrections; (3) delivery of used oil to an unregistered entity; (4) failure to comply with this rule or an order issued by the commission; (5) failure to submit required reports; (6) failure to maintain financial assurance; or (7) failure to reasonably perform the used oil activities for which the registration was issued. (b) A registration shall be suspended for a period of one year. However, depending upon the seriousness of the offense(s), the time of suspension may be increased or decreased. A registration is revoked automatically on a second suspension. If the registration is suspended or revoked, a facility must not possess or accept used oil regulated under this rule. (c) The holder of a revoked used oil registration may reapply for registration after a period of at least one year. If a registration is revoked by the commission a second time, the revocation shall be permanent. (d) The procedure for an appeal of a suspension or revocation of registration is: (1) An opportunity for a formal hearing on the suspension or revocation of registration may be requested in writing by certified mail, return receipt requested. The request must be postmarked within 20 days after a notice of proposed suspension or revocation of registration has been sent to the last known address of the applicant. (2) An opportunity for a formal hearing may be requested in writing by the applicant by certified mail, return receipt requested. The request must be postmarked within 20 days after a notice of denial of registration has been sent to the last known address of the applicant. If the registration is denied, a person must not possess used oil regulated under this rule. (3) The formal hearing under this paragraph shall be in accordance with the requirements of §305.68 of this title (relating to Action and Notice of Petition for Revocation or Suspension).