An owner who fails to submit relevant facts or who has submitted incorrect information in a submittal shall, upon becoming aware of the failure or incorrect information, promptly submit to the commissioner or county feedlot pollution control officer the supplementary facts or corrected information.
A person required to keep records under this chapter shall maintain at the animal feedlot or manure storage area, or at the person's business address, for three years from the date the record was made, unless otherwise specified, all information required to be recorded under applicable state and federal rules. The person shall make these records available for examination and copying upon request of the commissioner, county feedlot pollution control officer, or agent of the commissioner and shall, upon request, submit these records to the commissioner, county feedlot pollution control officer, or agent of the commissioner within 30 days.
A person storing, transporting, disposing, or utilizing animal manure or process wastewaters shall provide the commissioner, county feedlot pollution control officer, or agent of the commissioner access to the animal feedlot, the animal holding area, the manure storage area, or other areas where manure or process wastewaters are stored, in transport, or utilized, including allowing the collection of samples, and records to the extent provided under Minnesota Statutes, section 115.04, or other law, upon presentation of credentials.
25 SR 834
October 27, 2003
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes