If you operate a veneer redryer, you must record the inlet moisture content of the
veneer processed in the redryer according to § 63.2269(a) and (c) and § 63.2270 for a minimum of 30 calendar days. You must designate and clearly identify each veneer redryer. You must submit the highest recorded 24–hour average inlet veneer moisture content
with your Notification of Compliance Status to show that your veneer redryer processes
veneer with an inlet moisture content of less than or equal to 25 percent (by weight,
dry basis). In addition, submit with the Notification of Compliance Status a signed statement
by a responsible official that certifies with truth, accuracy, and completeness that
the veneer redryer will dry veneer with a moisture content less than 25 percent (by
weight, dry basis) in the future.
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