Environmental Impact Assessment
All new projects or activities, expansion and modernization of existing projects, any change in product – mix listed in the Schedule to the EIA Notification 2006 requires prior Environmental Clearance from MoEF/SEIAA. On basis of Terms of reference issued by the Expert Appraisal Committee an EIA study is conducted and Public Consultation is done. A Final EIA report is prepared & presented to the EAC/SEAC. Based on the recommendations of EAC/SEAC the MoEF/SEIAA grants Environmental Clearance.
Environmental Management Plan
Preparation of environmental management plan is required for formulation, implementation and monitoring of environmental protection measures during and after commissioning of projects.It indicates the details of various measures that are proposed to be taken including cost components. Cost of measures for environmental safeguards should be treated as an integral component of the project cost and environmental aspects should be taken into account at various stages of the project.
Environmental Audit Plan
Industries decide to undertake environmental audits in order to obtain an independent external assessment whether the management has created efficient environmental policy and provided for acceptable environmental attitude. The most important results of the environmental audits are recommendations how a company can reduce the damaging impacts on the environment in an efficient and cost-benefit manner, and how it can in a long-term save funds by using environment friendly technology.
Pollutant Apportionment Study
Since, Air Quality is affected by a variety of complex sources, detailed scientific studies are required for identification of major sources, assessing their contributions to air pollution and suggest mitigation measures taking into consideration the techno-economic feasibility and other social factors. Accordingly this demonstrates a more rational & proactive approach to air quality management. The study focuses on characterization and apportionment of PM10 to have a better understanding and correlation between source and receptors.
Forestry Biodiversity Study
The Forest (Conservation) Act, 1980, insists on prior approval from Central Government for diversion of forest lands for the non-forestry purposes. In the national interest this Act, regulates the diversion of forest lands to non-forestry purposes. The basic objective of the Act is, to regulate the indiscriminate diversion of forest lands for non-forestry uses and to maintain a logical balance between the developmental needs of the country and the conservation of natural heritage.
Social Impact Assessment
Socio- Economic status of the population is an indicator for the development of the region. Any developmental project will have a bearing on the living conditions and on the economic base of population in particular and the region as a whole. Similarly, the proposed activities will have its share of socio-economic influence in the study area. The study delineates the overall appraisal of society relevant attributes. The data is done through primary household survey and through the analysis of secondary data.
Flood Managment Studies
- Preliminary site visit to conduct site survey and analyzing the soil lithology, hydrogeology and site contours.
- Generation of 10 km radius maps of Surface water body, Topographical, Physiographical features using GIS.
- Generation of Flood inundation maps covering 10 km radius from the project site boundary from the primary and secondary data.
- Generation of 1km radius flood inundation maps and surface water flow vector.
- Evaluation of the project site with respect to flood risk.
- Suggestion of site specific flood management plans.
- Environmental Clearance (EIA)
- CRZ Clearance
- State Pollution Control Board Consent
- Central Ground Water Authority Clearance
- Forest Clearance
- Hazardous Waste Authorization
- Bio Medical Waste Authorization
- E-Waste Authorization
- Scrap Import Authorization
- State Pollution Control Board Compliance
All issues are systematically identified and addressed in the various stages of the implementation of projects. It provides a systematic approach for identifying the various possible environmental impacts at the different stages of the scheme cycle, to identify appropriate mitigation measures for addressing the identified environmental impacts and to devise an institutional arrangement for mainstreaming environmental management in project implementation processes.
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