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§ 80.985 What records shall be kept?
(a) The recordkeeping requirements specified under § 80.74 applicable to refiners and importers of reformulated gasoline, RBOB and/or conventional gasoline apply under this subpart, however, duplicate records are not required.
(b)Additional records that refiners and importers shall keep. Beginning January 1, 2002, any refiner for each of its refineries, and any importer for the gasoline it imports, shall keep records that include the following information:
(1) The calculations used to determine the applicable compliance baseline under § 80.915.
(2) The calculations used to determine compliance with the applicable toxics requirements per § 80.815.
(3) A copy of all reports submitted to EPA under § 80.990, however, duplicate records are not required.
(c)Additional records importers shall keep. Any importer shall keep records that identify and verify the source of each batch of Certified Toxics-FRGAS and Non-Certified Toxics-FRGAS imported and demonstrate compliance with the requirements for importers under § 80.1030(o).
(d)Length of time records shall be kept. The records required in this section shall be kept for five years from the date they were created.
(e)Make records available to EPA. On request by EPA the records required in paragraphs (a), (b) and (c) of this section shall be provided to the Administrator's authorized representative. For records that are electronically generated or maintained the equipment and software necessary to read the records shall be made available, or upon approval by EPA, electronic records shall be converted to paper documents which shall be provided to the Administrator's authorized representative.
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