(a) Whenever any emission monitoring system fails to meet the quality assurance or data
validation requirements of part 75 of this chapter, data shall be substituted using
the applicable procedures in subpart D, subpart H, appendix D, or appendix E of part
75 of this chapter.
(b) Audit decertification. Whenever both an audit of an emission monitoring system and a review of the initial
certification or recertification application reveal that any system should not have
been certified or recertified because it did not meet a particular performance specification
or other requirement under § 97.71 or the applicable provisions of part 75 of this chapter, both at the time of the
initial certification or recertification application submission and at the time of
the audit, the Administrator will issue a notice of disapproval of the certification
status of such system. For the purposes of this paragraph, an audit shall be either a field audit or an
audit of any information submitted to the permitting authority or the Administrator. By issuing the notice of disapproval, the Administrator revokes prospectively the
certification status of the system. The data measured and recorded by the system shall not be considered valid quality-assured
data from the date of issuance of the notification of the revoked certification status
until the date and time that the owner or operator completes subsequently approved
initial certification or recertification tests for the system. The owner or operator shall follow the initial certification or recertification
procedures in § 97.71 for each disapproved system.
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