SAN DIEGO COUNTY AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT

RULE 260.115b - REPORTING AND RECORDKEEPING REQUIREMENTS

The owner or operator of each storage vessel as specified in Rule 260.112b(a) shall keep records and furnish reports as required by Sections (a), (b) or (c) of this rule depending upon the control equipment installed to meet the requirements of Rule 260.112b. The owner or operator shall keep copies of all reports and records required by this rule, except for the record required by Subsection (c)(1) for at least 2 years. The record required by Subsection (c)(1) will be kept for the life of the control equipment.

(a) After installing control equipment in accordance with Rule 260.112b(a)(1) (fixed roof and internal floating roof), the owner or operator shall meet the following requirements:
 

  1. Furnish the Control Officer with a report that describes the control equipment and certifies that the control equipment meets the specifications of Rules 260.112b(a)(1) and 260.113b(a)(1). This report shall be an attachment to the notification required by Rule 260.7(a)(3).
  2. Keep a record of each inspection performed as required by Rule 260.113b (a)(1), (a)(2), (a)(3), and (a)(4). Each record shall identify the storage vessel on which the inspection was performed and shall contain the date the vessel was inspected and the observed condition of each component of the control equipment (seals, internal floating roof, and fittings).
  3. If any of the conditions described in Rule 260.113b(a)(2) are detected during the annual visual inspection required by Rule 260.113b(a)(2), a report shall be furnished to the Control Officer within 30 days of the inspection. Each report shall identify the storage vessel, the nature of the defects, and the date the storage vessel was emptied or the nature of and date the repair was made.
  4. After each inspection required by Rule 260.113b(a)(3) that finds holes or tears in the seal or seal fabric, or defects in the internal floating roof, or other control equipment defects listed in Rule 260.113b(a)(3)(ii), a report shall be furnished to the Control Officer within 30 days of the inspection. The report shall identify the storage vessel and the reason it did not meet the specifications of Rules 260.112b(a)(1) or 260.113b(a)(3) and list each repair made.

(b) After installing control equipment in accordance with Rule 260.112b(a)(2) (external floating roof), the owner or operator shall meet the following requirements.
 

  1. Furnish the Control Officer with a report that describes the control equipment and certifies that the control equipment meets the specifications of Rules 260.112b(a)(2) and 260.113b(b)(2), (b)(3), and (b)(4). This report shall be an attachment to the notification required by Rule 260.7(a)(3).
  2. Within 60 days of performing the seal gap measurements required by Rule 260.113b(b)(1), furnish the Control Officer with a report that contains:

 

 

  1. Keep a record of each gap measurement performed as required by Rule 260.113b(b). Each record shall identify the storage vessel in which the measurement was performed and shall contain.

 

 

  1. After each seal gap measurement that detects gaps exceeding the limitations specified by Rule 260.113b(b)(4), submit a report to the Control Officer within 30 days of the inspection. The report will identify the vessel and contain the information specified in Subsection (b)(2) of this rule and the date the vessel was emptied or the repairs made and date of repair.

(c) After installing control equipment in accordance with Rule 260.112b(a)(3) or (b)(1) (closed vent system and control device other than a flare), the owner or operator shall keep the following records.
 

  1. A copy of the operating plan.
  2. A record of the measured values of the parameters monitored in accordance with Rule 260.113b(c)(2).

(d) After installing a closed vent system and flare to comply with Rule 260.112b, the owner or operator shall meet the following requirements.
 

  1. A report containing the measurements required by §60.18(f)(1), (2), (3), (4), (5), and (6) of 40 CFR Part 60 shall be furnished to the Control Officer as required by Rule 260.8 of the General Provisions. This report shall be submitted within 6 months of the initial startup date.
  2. Records shall be kept of all periods of operation during which the flare pilot flame is absent.
  3. Semi-annual reports of all periods recorded under Rule 260.115b(d)(2) in which the pilot flame was absent shall be furnished to the Control Officer.