|(a) Each shipment of used oil filters must be accompanied by
a bill of lading. The bill of lading must demonstrate a transfer of custody
of the used oil filters from the shipping facility to the registered transporter,
and from the transporter to the registered storage facility or processor.
The bill of lading must contain the date of such transfer, the name and physical
address of the shipping facility, the name and address of the receiving facility,
and the name and address of the transporter, the quantity of used oil filters
removed and any other information which the executive director may deem necessary
to protect the environmental quality of the State of Texas. The shipping facility
must verify the information within the bill of lading, and demonstrate concurrence
by the signature of an authorized representative.
(b) A copy of the bill of lading for each shipment of used
oil filters must be maintained by the generator of the filters, transporter
of the filters, storage facility at which the filters were stored, and processor
of the filters for at least three years after the date the filters were transported,
stored, or processed.
(c) The copies of bills of lading must be made available for
agency personnel to inspect at any reasonable time.