SIP - ALASKA - 18 AAC 53.105
18 AAC 53.105. PRODUCT TRANSFER DOCUMENT
(a) Beginning five days before the first day of a control period until the end of that control period, each time that the physical custody or title to gasoline in or from a control area is transferred, a product transfer document must accompany the gasoline. The requirements of this subsection do not apply when gasoline is dispensed.
(b) A person subject to this chapter may not misrepresent the oxygen content of gasoline in a product transfer document.
(c) Beginning five days before the first day of a control period until the end of that control period, a person subject to this chapter may not accept delivery of gasoline in or from a control area unless the gasoline is accompanied by a product transfer document.
(d) If the transferor of the gasoline is a CAR, that CAR shall provide to the transferee a product transfer document containing the information required in this subsection in addition to, or as part of, a bill of lading or invoice. The product transfer document must legibly and conspicuously contain
(1) the bill of lading (BOL) or product transfer document invoice number;
(2) the date of the transfer;
(3) the name, address, and CAR permit number of the transferor;
(4) the name and address of the transferee and, if the transferee is a CAR, the transferee’s CAR permit number;
(5) the volume of gasoline transferred;
(6) identification of the gasoline as nonoxygenated or oxygenated;
(7) the location of the gasoline at the time of the transfer;
(8) the type of oxygenate;
(9) the percentage by volume, to the nearest percent, of oxygenate in the gasoline; and
(10) the percentage by weight, to the nearest tenth of a percent, of oxygen content in the gasoline.
(e) If the transferor of the gasoline is downstream of a CAR, the transferor shall ensure that a transfer ticket is marked with the bill of lading or product transfer document invoice number provided by the CAR under (d) of this section, as follows: BOL No. ___. This transfer ticket satisfies the requirements of (a) of this section.
State effective: 10/31/97; EPA effective: 2/28/00