|(a) Generators shall obtain from the transporter collecting tires from their place of business and maintain a record of each individual load of used or scrap tires or tire pieces hauled off from their business location. The record shall be in the form of a five-part manifest or other similar documentation approved by the executive director. The generator shall complete the information pertaining to generator name, address, and telephone number, number of tires removed on the manifest, and registration number, if applicable. The generator shall indicate the destination of all used or scrap tires or tire pieces removed from the business location. A representative of the generator shall sign the manifest acknowledging that the information on the manifest is true and correct. (b) The transporter shall complete the information on the manifest pertaining to transporter name and registration number and the transporter's driver's license number and the state where the license was issued. The transporter shall record the number and type of scrap tires removed from the generator and delivered and the location of any whole used or scrap tires removed from the load and delivered. Transporters shall maintain a manifest record of each individual collection and delivery. The transporter shall sign the manifest acknowledging that the information on the manifest form is true and correct. If the transporter removes, for beneficial reuse, all tires from an individually manifested load, the transporter shall return the original manifest to the generator within 60 days of the date of collection. (c) The authorized facility accepting delivery of the used or scrap tires or tire pieces shall complete the information on the manifest pertaining to the authorized facility identification and number or weight of tires or tire pieces accepted for delivery. A representative of the authorized facility shall sign the manifest acknowledging that the information on the manifest form is true and correct. The authorized facility shall ensure that the top original of the five-part manifest is completely filled out and returned to the generator within 60 days of the date and time of collection as indicated in Section 1 of the manifest. (d) A generator shall obtain the completed manifest within 60 days after the scrap tires or tire pieces were transported off-site by the transporter. (e) The generator shall notify the appropriate commission regional office of any transporter or authorized scrap tire facility that fails to complete the manifest, alters the generator portion of the manifest, or fails to return the manifest within three months after the off-site transportation of the used or scrap tires or tire pieces. (f) Originals of manifests, work orders, invoices or other documentation used to support activities related to the accumulation, handling, and shipment of used or scrap tires or scrap tire pieces shall be retained by the generator for a period of three years. All such records shall be made available to the executive director upon request. (1) Any change made to the face of an original record shall be made by drawing a single line through the item being changed, ensuring that the item remains legible and readable. To the side of the mark, the person making the change shall place his or her initials with the date of such change. (2) Any change made to the face of an original record shall be accompanied by a written justification stating the reason and purpose for the change. This written justification shall be prepared simultaneously with the change to the original record, attached to the original record, maintained at the designated place of business for a period of at least three years, and made available to the executive director upon request. The justification shall include the date of the change, and the full name and position of the individual making the change. (3) Should the executive director identify discrepancies/errors in records, an opportunity will be given to justify, in writing, any such errors or discrepancies.