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Where the  ozone-depletion potential of  a substance is  specified in

the  Montreal Protocol,  the  ozone-depletion potential  specified for

that  substance  under  this  section  shall be  consistent  with  the

Montreal Protocol.

"SEC. 603. MONITORING AND REPORTING REQUIREMENTS.

   "(a)  Regulations.-Within 270  days  after  the enactment  of  the

Clean  Air Act Amendments of  1990, the Administrator  shall amend the

regulations of  the  Administrator in  effect on  such date  regarding

monitoring  and reporting  of class  I and  class II  substances. Such

amendments shall  conform to  the requirements  of  this section.  The

amended  regulations shall  include requirements  with respect  to the

time and manner  of monitoring  and reporting as  required under  this

section.

   "(b) Production, Import, and Export Level  Reports.-On a quarterly

basis, or such other  basis (not less than annually) as  determined by

the Administrator, each  person who produced, imported,  or exported a

class  I  or  class  II  substance  shall  file  a  report  with   the

Administrator setting  forth the  amount  of the  substance that  such

person produced, imported, and exported during the preceding reporting

period. Each such report shall be signed and attested by a responsible

officer. No such report shall be required from a person  after April 1

of the calendar year after such person permanently  ceases production,

importation,  and exportation  of the  substance  and so  notifies the

Administrator in writing.

   "(c)  Baseline  Reports  for   Class  I  Substances.-Unless   such

information has previously been reported to the  Administrator, on the

date on which the first report under subsection (b) is required to

be filed, each  person who produced,  imported, or exported a  class I

substance (other  than  a  substance added  to  the list  of  class  I

substances   after  the  publication  of  the  initial  list  of  such

substances   under  this  section)  shall   file  a  report  with  the

Administrator setting  forth the  amount of  such substance  that such

person produced, imported, and exported  during the baseline year.  In

the case of a  substance added to the list of class I substances after

publication of the initial list of such substances under this section,

the regulations shall require that each person who produced, imported,

or  exported such substance shall file a report with the Administrator

within 180 days after the date on which such substance is added to the

list,  setting  forth the  amount of  the  substance that  such person

produced, imported, and exported in the baseline year.

   "(d)  Monitoring and  Reports to  Congress.-(1) The  Administrator

shall  monitor  and,  not less  often  than  every  3 years  following

enactment of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990, submit  a report to

Congress  on the production, use and  consumption of class I and class

II substances. Such report shall  include data on domestic production,

use  and consumption, and an estimate of worldwide production, use and

consumption of such substances. Not less frequently than every 6 years

the  Administrator shall report  to Congress on  the environmental and

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