|(a) A copy of the permit or registration, the approved permit or registration application, and any other required plan or other related document shall be maintained at the municipal solid waste facility at all times during construction. After completion of construction, an as-built set of construction plans and specifications shall be maintained at the facility or at an alternative location approved by the executive director. These plans shall be made available for inspection by agency representatives or other interested parties. These documents shall be considered a part of the operating record for the facility. (b) The owner or operator shall promptly record and retain in an operating record, the following information: (1) all location-restriction demonstrations; (2) inspection records and training procedures; (3) closure plans and any monitoring, testing, or analytical data relating to closure requirements; (4) all cost estimates and financial assurance documentation relating to financial assurance for closure; (5) copies of all correspondence and responses relating to the operation of the facility, modifications to the permit, approvals, and other matters pertaining to technical assistance; (6) all documents, manifests, shipping documents, trip tickets, etc., involving special waste; (7) any other document(s) as specified by the approved authorization or by the executive director; (8) record retention provisions for trip tickets as required by §312.145 of this title (relating to Transporters - Record Keeping); and (9) recordkeeping provisions to justify, on a quarterly basis, that the relevant percentage of the incoming waste is processed to recover recycled products for applicable facilities. Failure to achieve the relevant percent recycling rate in any two quarters within any one-year period will cause a change in a facility's status and require the owner or operator of the facility to obtain a registration or permit, as appropriate, to continue facility operations. The owner or operator shall submit an annual report to the executive director by March 1st summarizing the recycling activities and percent of incoming solid waste that was recycled during the past calendar year. (c) For signatories to reports, the following conditions apply. (1) The owner or operator shall sign all reports and other information requested by the executive director as described in §305.44(a) of this title (relating to Signatories to Applications) or by a duly authorized representative of the owner or operator. A person is a duly authorized representative only if: (A) the authorization is made in writing by the owner or operator as described in §305.44(a) of this title; (B) the authorization specifies either an individual or a position having responsibility for the overall operation of the regulated facility or activity or for environmental matters for the owner or operator, such as the position of plant manager, environmental manager, or a position of equivalent responsibility. A duly authorized representative may thus be either a named individual or any individual occupying a named position; and (C) the written authorization is submitted to the executive director. (2) If an authorization under this section is no longer accurate because of a change in individuals or position, a new authorization satisfying the requirements of this section must be submitted to the executive director prior to, or together with, any reports, information, or applications to be signed by an authorized representative. (3) Any person signing a report shall make the certification in §305.44(b) of this title. (d) For permitted municipal solid waste composting and landfill mining facilities, the operator shall maintain records on-site, available for inspection by the executive director for a period consisting of the two most recent calendar years, except as noted in paragraphs (1) - (3) of this subsection. The records must consist of the following: (1) a log of abnormal events at the facility, including, but not limited to, hazardous constituents uncovered, fires, explosions, process disruptions, extended equipment failures, injuries, and weather damage; (2) results of final product testing required by §330.613 of this title (relating to Sampling and Analysis Requirements for Final Soil Product) or §332.71 of this title (relating to Sampling and Analysis Requirements for Final Product); and (3) copies of the annual report for the five most recent calendar years. (e) All information contained in the operating record shall be furnished upon request to the executive director and shall be made available at all reasonable times for inspection by the executive director. (f) The owner or operator shall retain all information contained within the operating record and the different plans required for the facility for the life of the facility. (g) The executive director may set alternative schedules for recordkeeping and notification requirements as specified in subsections (a) - (e) of this section. (h) Owners or operators of a Type V processing facility accepting delivery of untreated medical waste for which a shipping document is required under §330.1211 of this title (relating to Transporters of Untreated Medical Waste) for processing shall ensure each of the following requirements are met: (1) a shipping document accompanies the shipment, which designates the Type V facility to receive the waste; (2) the owner or operator signs the shipping document and immediately gives at least one copy of the signed shipping document to the transporter; (3) the owner or operator retains one copy of the shipping document; and (4) within 45 days after the delivery, the owner or operator sends a written or electronic copy of the shipping document to the generator that includes a statement that the medical waste was treated in accordance with 25 TAC §1.136 (relating to Approved Methods of Treatment and Disposition).