40 CFR 166.50 - Reporting and recordkeeping requirements for crisis exemption.

§ 166.50 Reporting and recordkeeping requirements for crisis exemption.
(a) Adverse effects information. Any adverse effects resulting from the use of a pesticide under a crisis exemption must be immediately reported to the Agency.
(b) Final reports.
(1) A report summarizing the results of treatment under a crisis exemption will be required to be submitted to the Agency within 3 months following the last date of treatment. If a specific, quarantine, or public health exemption has been approved while the crisis exemption is in effect, however, the crisis exemption report may be incorporated into the specific, quarantine, or public health exemption final report required under § 166.32(b) and submitted at the time it is due.
(2) Information to be included in the crisis exemption report includes the same information as required in § 166.32(b) and an explanation as to why there was a need to utilize the crisis provisions.
(c) Records. Records will be maintained for a minimum of 2 years following the date of expiration of the exemption. On request by the Agency, these records shall be made available to the Administrator. Records will include all of the following:
(1) Location where the pesticide was applied;
(2) Dates of application (range); and
(3) Total quantity of the pesticide used.
[51 FR 1902, Jan. 15, 1986, as amended at 58 FR 34203, June 23, 1993]

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