40 CFR § 82.122 - Certification, recordkeeping, and notice requirements.
(1) Persons claiming the exemption provided in § 82.106(b)(4) must submit a written certification to the following address: Labeling Program Manager, Stratospheric Protection Division, Office of Atmospheric Programs, 6205-T, 1200 Pennsylvania Ave. NW., Washington DC 20460.
(2) The certification must contain the following information:
(i) The exact location of documents verifying calendar year 1990 usage and the 95% reduced usage during a twelve month period;
(ii) A description of the records maintained at that location;
(iii) A description of the type of system used to track usage;
(iv) An indication of which 12 month period reflects the 95% reduced usage, and;
(v) Name, address, and telephone number of a contact person.
(3) Persons who submit certifications postmarked on or before May 15, 1993, need not place warning labels on their products manufactured using CFC-113 or methyl chloroform as a solvent. Persons who submit certifications postmarked after May 15, 1993, must label their products manufactured using CFC-113 or methyl chloroform as a solvent for 14 days following such submittal of the certification.
(4) Persons certifying must also include a statement that indicates their future annual use will at no time exceed 5% of their 1990 usage.
(5) Certifications must be signed by the owner or a responsible corporate officer.
(6) If the Administrator determines that a person's certification is incomplete or that information supporting the exemption is inadequate, then products manufactured using CFC-113 or methyl chloroform as a solvent by such person must be labeled pursuant to § 82.106(a).
(b) Recordkeeping. Persons claiming the exemption under section 82.106(b)(2) must retain supporting documentation at one of their facilities.
(c) Notice Requirements. Persons who claim an exemption under § 82.106(b)(2) must submit a notice to the address in paragraph (a)(1) of this section within 30 days of the end of any 12 month period in which their usage of CFC-113 or methyl chloroform used as a solvent exceeds the 95% reduction from calendar year 1990.