SCAQMD RULE 1130.1 SCREEN PRINTING OPERATIONS
LAST REVISED 07/09/93



                           (Adopted August 2, 1991)(Amended July 9, 1993)

          RULE 1130.1. SCREEN PRINTING OPERATIONS

          (a)  Applicability
               This  rule  shall  be  applicable  to  all screen printing
               operations.

          (b)  Definitions
               For purposes of this rule, the following definitions shall
               apply:
              (1)  ADDITIVES  are  compounds  added  to screen  printing
                    materials to improve flow or workability or to obtain
                    a  desired  characteristic  or  property.   The  term
                    "additives" excludes thinners.
              (2)   ADHESIVE is any substance that is  used  to  bond one
                    surface to another surface.
              (3)   CERAMIC DECALS are water-slide decals which are  used
                    to  transfer  images onto ceramic materials by firing
                    above 800oF.
              (4)   CERAMIC DECAL INK  is any ink which is screen printed
                    onto  treated  paper  stock   and   is  used  in  the
                    production of ceramic decals.
              (5)   CHLORINE  INDICATOR  is  a  product which  is  screen
                    printed with an ink that changes  color  to  indicate
                    chlorine concentrations in the range of 0 - 11  parts
                    per million (ppm).
              (6)   CLEAR  INK  is a colorless ink that is screen printed
                    on decal paper  and either serves as the base film on
                    which  opaque  inks  are  screen  printed,  or  as  a
                    protective film  over opaque inks, and is used in the
                    production of water-slide decals.
              (7)   COATED SUBSTRATE is any material, excluding paper and
                    paper  products, covered  with  a  coating  on  which
                    screen printing material is applied.
              (8)   COATING is a layer of material applied to a substrate
                    in a substantially unbroken film.
              (9)   CONDUCTIVE   INKS  are  screen  printing  inks  which
                    transmit electricity  and  are used in the production
                    of electronic circuits.
             (10)   DECORATIVE PURPOSES are screen  printing applications
                    for  other  than specification purposes.   Decorative
                    purposes do not include resists application.
             (11)   DEGREE is a unit  for  measuring  temperature  or  an
                    angle.
             (12)   ELECTRONIC  CIRCUIT  is a product which consists of a
                    substrate and a circuitry  created by screen printing
                    a conductive ink on the substrate.
             (13)   EXEMPT COMPOUNDS are any of  the  following compounds
                    which  have  been determined to be non-precursors  of
                    ozone:
                    (A)  Group I
                            trifluoromethane (HFC-23)
                            chlorodifluoromethane (HCFC-22)
                            dichlorotrifluoroethane (HCFC-123)
                            2-chloro-1,1,1,2-tetrafluoroethane (HCFC-124)
                            pentafluoroethane (HFC-125)
                            1,1,2,2-tetrafluoroethane (HFC-134)
                            tetrafluoroethane (HFC-134a)
                            dichlorofluoroethane (HCFC-141b)
                            chlorodifluoroethane (HCFC-142b)
                            1,1,1-trifluoroethane (HFC-143a)
                            1,1-difluoroethane (HFC-152a)
                            cyclic,   branched,   or  linear,  completely
                            fluorinated alkanes
                            cyclic,   branched,  or  linear,   completely
                             fluorinated ethers with no unsaturations
                            cyclic,  branched,   or   linear,  completely
                             fluorinated   tertiary   amines    with   no
                             unsaturations
                            sulfur-containing  perfluorocarbons  with  no
                             unsaturations and with sulfur bonds only  to
                             carbon and fluorine
                    (B)  Group II
                            methylene chloride
                            carbon tetrachloride
                            1,1,1-trichloroethane (methyl chloroform)
                            trichlorotrifluoroethane (CFC-113)
                            dichlorodifluoromethane (CFC-12)
                            trichlorofluoromethane (CFC-11)
                            dichlorotetrafluoroethane (CFC-114)
                            chloropentafluoroethane (CFC-115)
                    Use  of  Group  II compounds may be restricted in the
                    future because they  are  either  toxic,  potentially
                    toxic, or upper-atmosphere ozone depleters,  or cause
                    other   environmental   impacts.   Specifically,  the
                    District Board has established  a policy to phase out
                    chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), methyl chloroform (1,1,1-
                    trichloroethane)  and  carbon  tetrachloride   on  or
                    before January 1, 1996.
             (14)   EXTREME  PERFORMANCE  SCREEN  PRINTING  MATERIALS are
                    screen  printing inks and coatings which qualify  for
                    extreme   performance    classification   under   the
                    provisions of subdivision (h).
             (15)   GRAMS  OF  VOC  PER  LITER  OF  COATING  (OR  INK  OR
                    ADHESIVE), LESS WATER AND LESS  EXEMPT  COMPOUNDS, is
                    the  weight  of  VOC per combined volume of  VOC  and
                    coating (or ink or  adhesive)  solids,  and  which is
                    calculated by the following equation:


                      Grams of VOC per Liter of Coating (or Ink or
                      Adhesive),

                                                     Ws - Ww - Wes
             Less Water and Less Exempt Compounds =  -------------
                                                     Vm - Vw - Ves
             Where:  Ws  =   weight of volatile compounds, in grams
                     Ww  =   weight of water, in grams
                     Wes =   weight of exempt compounds, in grams
                     Vm  =   volume of material, in liters
                     Vw  =   volume of water, in liters
                     Ves =   volume of exempt compounds, in liters
             (16)   GRAMS  OF VOC PER LITER OF MATERIAL is the weight  of
                    VOC per volume of material (ink, coating or adhesive)
                    which is calculated by the following equation:
                                                           Ws - Ww - Wes
                    Grams of VOC per Liter of Material =   -------------
                                                                Vm

              Where:  Ws  =   weight of volatile compounds, in grams
                      Ww  =   weight of water, in grams
                      Wes =   weight of exempt compounds, in grams
                      Vm  =   volume of material, in liters

             (17)   LARGE FORMAT BANNERS are banners, 80 inches in length
                    or longer,  which  are screen printed through the use
                    of a screen which is 80 inches in length or longer.
             (18)   MAN-MADE  FIBERS are  threadlike  materials  produced
                    from the spinning  of  synthetic  organic polymers or
                    cellulose-based organic polymers and  which  are used
                    in  the  manufacture  of man-made textiles.  Man-made
                    fibers  include,  but  are  not  limited  to,  rayon,
                    acetate, triacetate, nylon, and polyester.
             (19)   MAN-MADE TEXTILES are woven  or  knitted fabrics made
                    of  one  hundred percent (100%) man-made  fibers,  or
                    natural  fibers   which   are   coated  with  plastic
                    materials.
             (20)   METALLIC INK is ink containing at  least  50 grams of
                    metal  per  liter of ink (0.4 lb/gal) as applied  and
                    which is not used in the manufacture of an electronic
                    circuit.
             (21)   NATURAL  FIBERS  are  naturally-occurring  materials,
                    such as wool, silk, cotton, and flax.
             (22)   NON-POROUS  SUBSTRATE is a substrate that has no tiny
                    pores or openings  in its physical structure in which
                    to absorb fluids.  Non-porous substrates include, but
                    are not limited to, glass, metals and plastics.
             (23)   OPAQUE  INK  is an ink  containing  colored  pigments
                    which is screen printed over a clear base ink to form
                    the colored images  in  the production of water slide
                    decals.
             (24)   PLASTICS  are man-made materials,  excluding  rubber,
                    produced from  high  molecular  weight  synthetic  or
                    natural  organic  polymers which are capable of being
                    shaped  or  flowing  under  heat  and  pressure  into
                    desired forms at some  stage  of  their  manufacture.
                    Plastics   include,   but   are   not   limited   to,
                    acrylonitrile   butadiene   styrene  (ABS),  acrylic,
                    butylate,  epoxy,  vinyl, polyvinyl  chloride  (PVC),
                    polyethylene,       polypropylene,       polystyrene,
                    polycarbonate, polyamide, polyester, polyurethane and
                    man-made textile.
             (25)   PRINTING  is  any operation  that  imparts  a  color,
                    design, alphabet, symbol, or numeral on a substrate.
             (26)   PRINTING INK is  any  viscous fluid used in printing,
                    impressing,  or  transferring   an   image   onto   a
                    substrate.
             (27)   RESISTS  are inks that are screen printed to (A) form
                    the required alphabets, numerals, designs, or symbols
                    on the surface  of the substrate; and (B) protect the
                    screen printed or covered surface from the subsequent
                    application of etching  or  plating solution, and (C)
                    are inks that are later removed from the substrate by
                    a resist stripper.  Resists applications include, but
                    are  not  limited  to,  etched  electronic  circuits,
                    display   screens,   chemical   milling   of   parts,
                    nameplates and signage.
             (28)   SCREEN  PRINTING  is  a  printing  process  in  which
                    printing  ink,  coating,  or  adhesive   material  is
                    passed  through  a  taut  web or fabric  to  which  a
                    refined  form  of  stencil  has  been  applied.   The
                    stencil openings determine the form and dimensions of
                    the imprint.
             (29)   SCREEN  PRINTING  EQUIPMENT  is  equipment  used  for
                    applying  screen  printing materials,  including  the
                    flash-off area, ovens  or dryers, conveyors, or other
                    equipment  operating  as  part   of  screen  printing
                    operations.
             (30)   SCREEN PRINTING MATERIALS are any  inks, coatings, or
                    adhesives,  including  added thinners  or  additives,
                    used in screen printing.
             (31)   SCREEN  PRINTING  OPERATIONS   are  operations  which
                    include  screen printing and any  subsequent  drying,
                    curing, or conveying of the screen-printed substrate.
             (32)   SPECIFICATION    PURPOSES    are    screen   printing
                    applications for the purpose of identifying products,
                    parts, manufacturer, or safety hazards,  or  for  the
                    purpose  of marking instruments or containers to give
                    instructions   or   to   indicate  degrees,  time  or
                    quantity.
             (33)   STAINED  GLASS OVERLAY is untreated  polyester  film,
                    screen printed  with  polyester-based screen printing
                    ink, to simulate the appearance of stained glass.
             (34)   STERILIZATION INDICATOR  is a product which is screen
                    printed with an ink that changes  color  to  indicate
                    that   sterilization   has  occurred.   Sterilization
                    indicators are used to monitor  the  sterilization of
                    medical  instruments, autoclave efficiency,  and  the
                    thermal  processing   of   foods  for  prevention  of
                    spoilage.
             (35)   VOLATILE  ORGANIC  COMPOUND  (VOC)  is  any  chemical
                    compound that contains the element  carbon, excluding
                    methane,  carbon  monoxide, carbon dioxide,  carbonic
                    acid,  metallic  carbides   or  carbonates,  ammonium
                    carbonate and exempt compounds.
             (36)   WATER  SLIDE  DECALS  are  decals  which  are  screen
                    printed onto treated paper stock,  and  are removable
                    from  the  stock by the dissolution of an underlying,
                    water-soluble adhesive or a similar carrier.
             (37)   WATER SLIDE  DECAL  ADHESIVE is any adhesive which is
                    screen  printed  onto treated  paper  stock,  in  the
                    production of water slide decals.
          
          (c)  Requirements
               (1)  VOC Content of Screen Printing Materials
                    A person shall not  apply to any substrate any screen
                    printing  material,  excluding   extreme  performance
                    screen   printing   materials,  which  contains,   as
                    applied, a total amount  of  VOC  in  excess  of  the
                    limits  specified  below,  according to the following
                    schedule:
                    (A)  For screen printing coatings  and  inks  used in
                         the production of the following products:

                                                     VOC LIMIT
                                          Grams per Liter  of Coating
                                            (or  Ink),  Less Water
                       PRODUCT            and   Less   Exempt Compounds
                       -------            -----------------------------

                                       On and After        On and After
                                       July 9, 1993       January 1, 1995
                                       ------------       ---------------
                                       g/L lbs/gal         g/L  lbs/gal
                                       --- -------         ---  -------
               Large Format Banners    800    6.7          400     3.3
               Chlorine Indicator      500    4.2          500     4.2
               Stained Glass Overlay   800    6.7          800     6.7
               Sterilization Indicator 600    5.0          600     5.0
               Water Slide Decals:     
                 Opaque Inks           800    6.7          400     3.3
                 Clear Inks            800    6.7          800     6.7
                 Ceramic Decal Inks    800    6.7          800     6.7
               Electronic Circuit      850    7.1          850     7.1

                    (B)  For   screen  printing  coatings  and  inks  not
                         regulated  by  subparagraph  (c)(1)(A) and which
                         are   applied   to   the   following   specified
                         substrates:
                                                     VOC LIMIT
                                           Grams per Liter  of Coating
                                              (or  Ink),  Less Water
                       SUBSTRATE           and   Less   Exempt Compounds
                       ---------           -----------------------------
                                       On and After        On and After
                                       July 9, 1993       January 1, 1995
                                       ------------       ---------------
                                       g/L lbs/gal          g/L  lbs/gal
                                       --- -------          ---  -------
             Ceramic                   800   6.7            800    6.7
             Fiberglass                600   5.0            600    5.0
             Glass:
               For Decorative Purposes 750   6.2            400    3.3
               For Specification 
                    Purposes           800   6.7            600    5.0
             Metal:
               For Decorative Purposes 800   6.7            400    3.3
               For Specification 
                    Purposes           800   6.7            600    5.0
             Plastic                   800   6.7            400    3.3
             Coated Substrate          800   6.7            400    3.3


                    (C)  For    screen   printing   materials   not
                         regulated by  the  provisions in subparagraph
                         (c)(1)(A)  or  (c)(1)(B),   which   have  the
                         following material classifications:
                                                     
                                                     VOC LIMIT
                                           Grams per Liter  of Coating
                                         (or  Ink or Adhesive), Less Water
             SCREEN PRINTING MATERIAL       and  Less  Exempt Compounds
             ------------------------    ---------------------------------
                                        On and After       On and After
                                        July 9, 1993      January 1, 1995
                                        -------------     ---------------
                                        g/L lbs/gal        g/L  lbs/gal
                                        --- -------        ---  -------
             Printing Ink               400   3.3          400    3.3
             Coating                    400   3.3          400    3.3
             Adhesive                   400   3.3          400    3.3
             Water-Slide Decal 
                Adhesive                800   6.7          800    6.7
             Metallic ink               600   5.0          400    3.3
             Resists                    600   5.0          600    5.0

                    If a screen printing material is regulated under more
                    than one screen printing material categories listed
                    in  subparagraph  (c)(1)(C),  the category with the
                    highest VOC limit shall apply.
               (2)  VOC  Content of Extreme Performance  Screen  Printing
                    Materials
                    A person  shall  not  apply  any  extreme performance
                    screen  printing  material in excess  of  the  limits
                    specified below:
                                                     VOC LIMIT
                                             Grams  of  VOC  per Liter of
                                  Extreme Performance Screen Printing Material,
                                     Less Water and Less Exempt Compounds
                                  ---------------------------------------------
                                                        g/L         lbs/gal
                                                        ---         -------
                         On and after July 9, 1993      800           6.7
                         On and after January 1, 1998   400           3.3

                (3) Approved Emission Control System
                    Any  person  who owns or operates a facility at which
                    screen printing  operations  are conducted may comply
                    with   the  provisions  of  subparagraph   (c)(1)(A),
                    (c)(1)(B), or (c)(1)(C), or paragraph (c)(2) by using
                    an approved  emission  control  system  for  reducing
                    emissions   of  VOC,  consisting  of  collection  and
                    control devices  which  have been approved in writing
                    by  the  Executive Officer.   The  approved  emission
                    control  system   shall   reduce  the  VOC  emissions
                    resulting   from  the  use  of  non-compliant   inks,
                    adhesives and  coatings  by  an equivalent or greater
                    level to that which would have  been  achieved by the
                    provisions   of  subparagraph  (c)(1)(A),  (c)(1)(B),
                    (c)(1)(C), or paragraph (c)(2).

                    The required efficiency of an emission control system
                    at  which  an equivalent  or  greater  level  of  VOC
                    emission  reduction   will   be   achieved  shall  be
                    calculated by the following equation:

                               (VOCLWc)      1 - (VOCLWn,Max/Dn.Max)
              C.E.   = [1   -{------------ x ------------------------} ]x 100
                              (VOCLWn,Max)    1 - (VOCLWc/Dc)


                    Where: C.E.       = Control Efficiency, percent
                           VOCLWc     = VOC  Limit of Rule  1130.1,  less
                                        water  and less exempt compounds,
                                        pursuant to subdivision (c).
                           VOCLWn,MAX = Maximum   VOC   content  of  non-
                                        compliant  ink  (or   coating  or
                                        adhesive)   used  in  conjunction
                                        with a control device, less water
                                        and exempt compounds.
                           Dn,MAX     = Density of solvent,  reducer,  or
                                        thinner  contained  in  the  non-
                                        compliant  ink  (or  coating,  or
                                        adhesive)  containing the maximum
                                        VOC content  of a multi-component
                                        ink  (or  coating,  or  adhesive)
                                        printing line
                           Dc         = Density of corresponding solvent,
                                        reducer, or  thinner  used in the
                                        compliant  ink  (or  coating,  or
                                        adhesive) system = 880 g/L.
               (4)  Solvent Cleaning Operations; Storage and Disposal  of
                    VOC-Containing Materials
                    Solvent  cleaning  of  application  equipment, parts,
                    products, tools, machinery, equipment,  general  work
                    areas, and the storage and disposal of VOC-containing
                    materials   used  in  cleaning  operations  shall  be
                    carried out pursuant  to Rule 1171 - Solvent Cleaning
                    Operations.

          (d)  Recordkeeping
               Any person who owns or operates a facility at which screen
               printing operations are conducted  shall  maintain records
               in accordance with District Rule 109.

          (e)  Prohibition of Specification and Sale

               No  person  shall sell, distribute, or require  any  other
               person to use  in the District any VOC-containing material
               subject to the provisions of this rule which, when thinned
               or reduced according  to the manufacturer's recommendation
               for application, does not  meet  the applicable VOC limits
               required by this rule for the specific application.

          (f)  Labeling
               Labels of screen printing materials  shall comply with the
               provisions of Rules 443 and 443.1.

          (g)  Test Methods
               (1)  Methods of Analysis
                    For purposes of this rule, the following test methods
                    shall be used:
                    (A)  VOC Content of Adhesives, Coatings, and Inks
                         The  VOC  content  shall  be determined  by  the
                         methods  specified  in clauses  (g)(1)(A)(i)  or
                         (g)(1)(A)(ii).
                         (i)  United   States  Environmental   Protection
                              Agency ("USEPA")  Reference  Method 24, (40
                              Code  of  Federal  Regulations,  Part   60,
                              Appendix  A).  The exempt compounds content
                              shall be determined  by  SCAQMD  Method 303
                              (Determination    of    Exempt   Compounds)
                              contained in the SCAQMD "Laboratory  Method
                              of   Analysis   for   Enforcement  Samples"
                              manual; or
                         (ii) SCAQMD   Method   304   [Determination   of
                              Volatile   Organic  Compounds   (VOCs)   in
                              Various Materials]  contained in the SCAQMD
                              "Laboratory   Method   of    Analysis   for
                              Enforcement Samples" manual.
                         (iii)Exempt Perfluorocarbon Compounds
                              The following classes of compounds: cyclic,
                              branched, or linear, completely fluorinated
                              alkanes;   cyclic,  branched,  or   linear,
                              completely  fluorinated   ethers   with  no
                              unsaturations; cyclic, branched, or linear,
                              completely fluorinated tertiary amines with
                              no   unsaturations;  and  sulfur-containing
                              perfluorocarbons  with no unsaturations and
                              with  sulfur  bonds  only   to  carbon  and
                              fluorine,   will  be  analyzed  as   exempt
                              compounds for  compliance  with subdivision
                              (c),  only  at  such  time as manufacturers
                              specify which individual compounds are used
                              in the formulation of the  screen  printing
                              material  and  identify  the  test methods,
                              which  have  been  approved  by the  United
                              States Environmental Protection  Agency and
                              the  District prior to such analysis,  that
                              can be  used to quantify the amount of each
                              exempt compound.
                    (B)  Metal Content in Inks
                         The metal content  of  metallic  inks  shall  be
                         determined  by  SCAQMD Method 311 (Determination
                         of  Percent  Metal   in   Metallic  Coatings  by
                         Spectrographic Method) contained  in  the SCAQMD
                         "Laboratory  Method  of Analysis for Enforcement
                         Samples" manual.
                    (C)  Determination of Fibers
                         The presence of natural fibers in textiles shall
                         be    determined    by   SCAQMD    Method    317
                         (Determination of Natural Fibers) as approved by
                         the  Executive  Officer  for  inclusion  in  the
                         SCAQMD  "Laboratory   Method   of  Analysis  for
                         Enforcement Samples" manual.
                    (D)  Equivalent Test Methods
                         Other test methods determined to  be  equivalent
                         after  review  by  the  staffs  of the District,
                         California Air Resources Board ("ARB"),  and the
                         United  States  Environmental Protection Agency,
                         and  approved  in  writing   by   the   District
                         Executive  Officer  may also be used for methods
                         of analysis.
               (2)  Determination  of  Efficiency   of  Emission  Control
                    Systems
                    (A)  The efficiency of the collection  device  of the
                         emission   control   system   as   specified  in
                         paragraph  (c)(3)  shall  be determined  by  the
                         USEPA method cited in 55 Federal  Register  (FR)
                         26865,  June  29,  1990,  or  any  other  method
                         approved  by  the  United  States  Environmental
                         Protection Agency, the California Air  Resources
                         Board, and the District Executive Officer.
                    (B)  The  efficiency  of  the  control device of  the
                         emission   control   system  as   specified   in
                         paragraph  (c)(3) and the  VOC  content  in  the
                         control  device   exhaust  gases,  measured  and
                         calculated as carbon,  shall  be  determined  by
                         USEPA  Test  Methods  25,  25A, or SCAQMD Method
                         25.1 (Determination of Total Gaseous Non-Methane
                         Organic  Emissions  as  Carbon)  as  applicable.
                         USEPA Test Method 18, or ARB Method 422 shall be
                         used to determine emissions of exempt compounds.
               (3)  Multiple Test Methods
                    When more than one test method or set of test methods
                    are specified for any testing,  a  violation  of  any
                    requirement  of  this  rule established by any one of
                    the specified test methods  or  set  of  test methods
                    shall constitute a violation of the rule.

          (h)  Qualification  for  Classification as an Extreme Performance
               Screen Printing Material
               A screen printing ink  or  coating may be classified as an
               extreme  performance  screen printing  material,  provided
               that  the applicator receives  written  approval  of  such
               classification  from  the  Executive  Officer prior to the
               application of such ink or coating, and  it  is shown that
               the  ink  or  the coating, in its intended use, is  screen
               printed on a non-porous  substrate  and  exposed to any of
               the following:
               (1)  Petroleum-based fuels, or hydraulic fluids containing
                    phosphate   esters,  or  industrial-grade   acid   or
                    alkaline solutions;
               (2)  Industrial-grade  detergents,  cleaners,  or abrasive
                    scouring agents;
               (3)  Other  chemicals  having similar degrading properties
                    as in paragraphs (h)(1)  or  (h)(2), as determined by
                    the Executive Officer;
               (4)  Continuous outdoor conditions  for more than five (5)
                    years; or
               (5)  Other harsh environmental conditions as determined by
                    the   Executive   Officer   in  any  "Guideline   for
                    Compliance  with  Rule  1130.1  -   Screen   Printing
                    Operations" that may be issued by the District in the
                    future.
               Screen  printing  materials regulated under the provisions
               of subparagraph (c)(1)(A),  or  (c)(1)(B),  excluding  the
               plastic and coated substrate categories, shall not qualify
               for  classification as extreme performance screen printing
               materials.   A written approval from the Executive Officer
               is not required  for a screen printing material qualifying
               for extreme performance  classification if its VOC content
               complies  with  the  VOC  limits  for  plastic  or  coated
               substrate   in  subparagraph  (c)(1)(B),   or   with   the
               applicable VOC limits in subparagraph (c)(1)(C).

          (i)  Exemptions
               (1)  The requirements  of  subdivision (c) shall not apply
                    to a facility which emits  two  (2) pounds or less of
                    VOC  each  and  every  day  from  the use  of  screen
                    printing materials.
               (2)  The requirements of subdivision (c)  shall  not apply
                    to    screen   printing   operations   performed   by
                    manufacturers   of   screen  printing  materials  for
                    purposes of conducting  performance  laboratory tests
                    or doing research and development, provided  that the
                    VOC  emissions  from  such screen printing operations
                    are two (2) pounds or less per day.
               (3)  The prohibition specified  in  subdivision  (e) shall
                    not apply to VOC-containing materials subject  to the
                    provisions  of  this  rule  which will be used solely
                    outside of the District.
               (4)  The prohibition specified in  subdivision  (e)  shall
                    not apply to persons selling to, distributing to,  or
                    requiring other persons who are operating an approved
                    emission  control  system  under paragraph (c)(3), or
                    operating under a variance granted  by SCAQMD Hearing
                    Board, or operating pursuant to paragraph (i)(1).
               (5)  An exemption under paragraphs (i)(2) and (i)(3) shall
                    only  be  granted  if records are maintained  to  the
                    satisfaction of the Executive Officer.