(3) Documentation of the process for collecting fuel use data for the facility and its sources; Any GHG emissions calculations and methods used; All emission factors used for emission estimates, including documentation for any factors not provided by ARB; Any facility or other input data used for emission estimates; Documentation of biomass fractions for specific fuels; Record of electric power purchase and sale transactions, including imports and exports of power into and from California; The fuel use data, emissions, or other data submitted to the ARB under this article including the emissions data report; Names and documentation of key facility personnel involved in emissions (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10 ) calculating and reporting; (11) Any other information that is required for the verification of the emissions data report. (12) A log to be prepared for each reporting year, beginning January 1, 2009, documenting all procedural changes made in GHG accounting methods and changes to instrumentation critical to GHG emissions determination.
For measurement based methodologies, each operator shall retain the following information for at least five years after the submission of the emissions data report:
The list of all emission sources monitored;
Collected monitoring data;
The data used to assess the accuracy of emissions from each emissions source, categorized by process;
Quality assurance and quality control information including information regarding any measurement gaps;
The data used for the corroborating calculations;
A detailed technical description of the continuous measurement system, including documentation of any findings and approvals by federal, State or local agencies;
Raw and aggregated data from the continuous measurement system; including documentation of changes over time and the log book on tests, down-times, calibrations, servicing and maintenance;
Documentation of any changes in continuous measurement systems.
NOTE: Authority cited: Sections 39600, 39601, 41511, 38510, and 38530, Health and Safety Code. Reference: Sections 39600, 41511, and 38530, Health and Safety Code.