6 CRR-NY 232-3.7NY-CRR

OFFICIAL COMPILATION OF CODES, RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
TITLE 6. DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
CHAPTER III. AIR RESOURCES
SUBCHAPTER A. PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF AIR CONTAMINATION AND AIR POLLUTION
PART 232. DRY CLEANING FACILITIES
SUBPART 232-3. ALTERNATIVE SOLVENT DRY CLEANING EQUIPMENT
6 CRR-NY 232-3.7
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232-3.7 Equipment testing, training and documentation.
(a) Testing and training requirements.
The provisions of this section are applicable six months after the effective date of this Subpart.
(1) One hundred and eighty days after the effective date of this Subpart, no person may sell, offer for sale, cause to be offered for sale, or lease any alternative solvent dry cleaning machine to be installed in New York State unless the manufacturer has submitted a certification of model compliance. A certification of model compliance shall certify that the subject alternative solvent dry cleaning machine model meets the design and performance standards in section 232-3.3 of this Subpart. Upon submittal of the certification of model compliance, a copy of such certification for the machine model will be posted on the department’s website.
(2) The manufacturer or vendor of any new alternative solvent dry cleaning machine, installed after the effective date of this Subpart, must provide immediate notification to the department should any generic design or functional defect be discovered. Such notice must include a detailed plan to remedy the design or functional defect.
(3) After any new alternative solvent dry cleaning machine is installed at a facility, the manufacturer or manufacturer's representative must conduct an on-site training session for the purchaser or lessee. The training session must include instruction on how to maintain and operate the dry cleaning machine.
(b) Required equipment documentation and services.
(1) The manufacturer or vendor of any new alternative solvent dry cleaning machine, proposed to be installed in New York State, must make the following documents available to the department upon request. Separate documentation must be available for each dry cleaning equipment model.
(i) A copy of the design specifications and operating manual, written in plain language, covering the use and maintenance of the equipment with parts and service information.
(ii) Such other material or information as the department may require to ascertain compliance with the requirements of this Subpart.
(2) Each manufacturer or vendor of any new alternative solvent dry cleaning machine that is installed in New York State must make available certain calibration services to the user facility for at least five years from the date of any installed machine. These services apply to any sensors and integral measuring devices that are crucial for machine performance and compliance with the requirements of this Subpart.
(3) Each manufacturer must provide, and every owner or operator must retain, on-site, a copy of the design specifications and operating manuals for each dry cleaning system and each emission control device located at the dry cleaning facility.
6 CRR-NY 232-3.7
Current through March 31, 2021
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