4 ANNEXURE 1 - THE DETAILS OF PRODUCTION QANTITIES Sr. No Name of Products Quantity in MT/M Category Sr. No Name of Products Quantity in MT/M Category Sr. No Name of Products Quantity in MT/M Category Sr. No Name of Products Before Quantity in MT/M Category Name of Products After Quantity in MT/M Category 1 Monocrotophos 270 Tri Methyl 2 Phosphite Mancozeb 50 4 Rock Phosphate Pre EC Prodcut List Phosphorus Tri Chloride 2000 Technical 1 Penoxaline 150 Technical 1 Penoxaline Intermediate 2 Cartap 50 Technical 2 Cartap Technical 3 Metabromuron 50 Technical 3 Metabromuron Inorganic Chemical 4 Phosphamidon 150 Technical 4 Phosphamidon Inorganic Chemical 6 Preoduct List as per EC Dated 17/7/ Dichlorovos 200 Technical Antracol / Mancozeb 500/800 Technical PRODUCT LIST AFTER EC Dated 17/7/ Dichlorovos Monocrotophos Antracol / Mancozeb 500/800 Technical 1 Penoxaline Technical 2 Cartap Technical 3 Metabromuron Technical 4 Phosphamidon Technical 5 Dichlorovos Technical NIL 0 Technical NIL 0 Technical NIL 0 Technical NIL 0 Technical Technical 6 Monocrotophos 270 Technical Technical PRODUCT LIST BEFE & AFTER PRODUCT MIX CHANGE IN YEAR 2012 VIDE GPCB/BRCH- CCA-158(7)/ID-15833/ on Dated Antracol / Mancozeb 500/750 Technical Dichlorovos Monocrotophos (Combined Capacity) Antracol Mancozeb Maneb Zineb Ziram 760 Technical Technical TOTAL PESTICIDE TECHNICAL 320 Sum of quantities in Sr. No 1 & 3 TOTAL PESTICIDE TECHNICAL 1100 / 1400 Sum of quantities in Sr. No 1 To 6 8 Tri Methyl Phosphite 1120 TOTAL PESTICIDE TECHNICAL 1370 / 1670 Intermediate 8 Sum of quantities in Sr. No 1To 7 Tri Methyl Phosphite 1120 Intermediate Tri Methyl Phosphite NIL 0 10 NIL 0 TOTAL PESTICIDE TECHNICAL 1370 / 1620 Sum of quantities in Sr. No 1To 7 Flonicamide (IKI) Tebuconazole/Fen 04/Sulfosulfuran TOTAL PESTICIDE TECHNICAL Intermediate Technical Technical Sum of quantities in Sr. No 5 To 7 & Sr. No 9 to 10 TOTAL PESTICIDE INTERMEDIATE TOTAL OTHER CHEMICALS Sum of quantities in Sr. No 2 Sum of quantities in Sr. No 4 & 5 TOTAL PESTICIDE INTERMEDIATE TOTAL OTHER CHEMICALS 0 0 No Mention of Existing Intermediate Product Production Quantities The Products To be Deleted as reported in EIA Report, No Mention of Product in EC TOTAL PESTICIDE INTERMEDIATE TOTAL OTHER CHEMICALS Sum of quantities in Sr. No 8 The Product Discontinued after obtain of EC as per product list reported in EIA Report. TOTAL PESTICIDE INTERMEDIATE TOTAL OTHER CHEMICALS Sum of quantities in Sr. No 8 The Product Discontinued after obtain of EC as per product list reported in EIA Report. TOTAL PESTICIDE INTERMEDIATE TOTAL OTHER CHEMICALS Sum of quantities in Sr. No 8 The Product Discontinued after obtain of EC as per product list reported in EIA Report. Supporting Document Please Refer Annexure 1 A GPCB Consent Letter No dated 5/2/2001. Supporting Document Please Refer EIA REPT EXECUTIVE SUMMARY PRODUCT LIST AS ANNEXURE 1 B & Please Refer Environmental Clearance Letter J.11011/117/2002-IA II Dated 17/7/2003 as Annexure 1 C Supporting Document Please Refer EIA REPT EXECUTIVE SUMMARY PRODUCT LIST AS ANNEXURE 1 B Supporting Document Please Refer GPCB CTE NO - GPCB/BRCH-CCA-158(7)/ID-15833/ on Dated for Product Mix Change without Increase in Pollution Load as ANNEXURE 1 D.
8 16/07/2018 Environmental Appraisal of Expansion Project of M/s United Phosphorus Ltd No.J.11011/117/2002-IA II Government of India Ministry of Environment & Forests I.A.Division To The General Manager-Environment M/s United Phosphorus Limited Plot -117/118, GIDC(Unit-I) Ankleshwar Gujarat Paryavaran Bhavan, CGO Complex, Lodi Road, New Delhi Tele No Dated July 17, 2003 Subject: Sir, Expansion of unit by M/s United Phosphorus Ltd. - Unit-I at Ankleshwar in District Bharuch, Gujarat reg environmental clearance. This has reference to your letter No. U1/02 dated along with project documents including EIA /EMP report, NOC from GSPCB, questionnaire and CD containing all the above documents and subsequent clarifications/additional information furnished vide your letters dated 5 & 15 th April, 2003 and 28 th May, 2003, letter no. Env P-1 dated 14 th May, 2003 from the Forest and Environment Department, Government of Gujarat on the above mentioned project. The Ministry of Environment and Forests has examined your application. It is noted that proposal involves manufacture of pesticides. The production profile given is as under: New Products / After Expansion Products Capactiy (MTPM) 1 Penoxaline Cartap 50 3 Metabromuron 50 4 Phosphamidon Dichlorovos Antracol / Mancozeb 500/800 By products 1 Hydrated sodium sulphate Sodium sulphite solution Sodium bromide solution Sodium sulphate solids Liquidified methylchloride % HCL 138 The land area of the project is 1,36,677m2. The project does not involve forest land and displacement of people. Water requirement of m3/day will be met from the ground water source. The solid waste in the form of ETP sludge (30MTPM), incinerator ash (4.5TPM) and inorganic salts from MCP plant (75.6MTPM), solid salts (82MTPM ) and salts from RO system will be disposed off in the common secured landfill of M/s Bharuch Enviro Infrastructure Limited at Ankleshwar. It is also noted that NOC from the Gujarat State Pollution Control Board has been obtained on The public hearing panel has considered the project in its meeting held on file:///d:/old%20d%20drive%20data/ec%20unit%201/additional%20data%20to%20shivalik/earlier%20ec%20unit%201/unit%20%23%2001 1/4
9 16/07/2018 Environmental Appraisal of Expansion Project of M/s United Phosphorus Ltd 2.0. The Ministry of Environment and Forests hereby accords environmental clearance to the above project under the provisions of EIA Notification dated 27 th January, 1994 as amended subsequently subject to strict compliance of the following specific and general conditions: A. Specific Conditions i. The gaseous emissions (S02, NOx, HCl, HC and Cl2) and particulate matter from various process units should conform to the standards prescribed by the concerned authorities from time to time. At no time, the emission levels should go beyond the stipulated standards. In the event of failure of pollution control system(s) adopted by the unit, the respective unit should not be restarted until the control measures are rectified to achieve the desired efficiency. ii. iii. iv. iv Fugitive emissions in the workplace environment, product, raw material storage areas must be regularly monitored. The flue gas emissions should conform to the standards prescribed by the Gujarat Pollution Control Board. The process emissions (SPM, HCl, SO2, methyl chloride and volatile organic carbon) should be scrubbed through caustic ventury scrubber and conform to prescribed standards. The efficiency of the scrubber should be improved and maintained as per the best practicable technology. VOC data should be monitored and submitted to the Ministry. Additional ventury scrubbers for Mancozeb, Penoxaline, Phosphamidon plant and a Scrubber for Cartap plant should be installed in addition to the process scrubbers already installed in the existing unit. As reflected in the EIA /EMP report, effluent generation should not exceed 195m3/d. The waste streams should be segregated into high and low pollution load streams. The effluent with high organic load shall be incinerated and dilute streams i.e. from R&D, washing, domestic, dilute streams from process and scrubber blow down should be given primary, secondary, and tertiary treatment before discharging into GIDC drain. The treated effluent should conform to the prescribed standards. The non-toxic effluent should be diverted to RO plant and recycled to minimise fresh water consumption. The waste stream should be treated suitably before taking into solar evaporation pond. Solvents from the effluent should be recovered before discharging into the solar evaporation pond. As reflected in the EIA /EMP report, the Company should install forced evaporation system for aqueous waste to avoid discharge of effluent into solar evaporation pond. v. The Company should recover methyl chloride (CH3Cl) by installation of CH3Cl recovery plant. Further, solvent recovery should be improved and attempts should be made to achieve atleast 90% recovery, wherever possible. Rest of the solvents, which can't be recovered should be incinerated. Action plan in this regard should be submitted to the Ministry within three months. vii. viii. The Company should upgrade existing incinerator for incineration of hazardous waste. The organic waste, solid waste generated from the unit should be collected and incinerated for total destruction. As reflected in the EIA / EMP report, the solid waste and the ash obtained after incinerator should be stored within the plant premises in a pit with impervious flooring and leachate collection system. The incinerated ash and the sludge from ETP should be finally disposed off in a common Treatment, Storage and Disposal Facility (TSDF) developed by M/s Bharuch Enviro Infrastructure Limited. The leachate should be sent to ETP for treatment. The destructive efficiency of the incinerator should be assessed by an agency like the Central Pollution Control Board and a report submitted. The Company should monitor VOCs and data submitted to the Ministry /CPCB/SPCB regularly. file:///d:/old%20d%20drive%20data/ec%20unit%201/additional%20data%20to%20shivalik/earlier%20ec%20unit%201/unit%20%23%2001 2/4
10 16/07/2018 Environmental Appraisal of Expansion Project of M/s United Phosphorus Ltd ix. As per the Charter on Corporate Responsibility on Environment Protection, the bio-assay test should be replaced by Toxicity Factor test method developed by CPCB. Toxicity factor of four (TF-4) should be achieved by December 2003 and TF-2 by July, Action plan in this regard should be submitted within three months on issue of this letter. x. Green belt of adequate width and density in an project area of 0.2 ha. in addition to 3.66 ha. of area already afforested should be provided to mitigate the effect of fugitive emissions all round the plant. The development of green belt along the boundary wall, open space and avenue roads should be improved in consultation with the local DFO as per the CPCB guidelines. xi. xii. xiii. The Company should adopt waste minimization/cleaner production techniques to reduce the pollution load and action plan in this regard should be submitted to the Ministry within three months. The Company should undertake rainwater harvesting measures as per action plan in this regard submitted to this Ministry. The project proponent shall comply with the environmental protection measures and safeguards recommended in EIA/EMP/Risk Analysis reports as well as the recommendations of the public hearing panel. B. GENERAL CONDITIONS i. The project authorities must strictly adhere to the stipulations made by the Gujarat Pollution Control Board. ii. iii. iv. No further expansion or modifications in the plant should be carried out without prior approval of the Ministry of Environment & Forests. In case of deviations or alterations in the project proposal from those submitted to this Ministry for clearance, a fresh reference should be made to the Ministry to assess adequacy of the conditions imposed and to add additional environmental protection measures required, if any. The project authorities must strictly comply with the rules and regulations under the Manufacture, Storage and Import of Hazardous Chemicals Rules, Prior approvals of Chief Inspector of Factories, Chief Inspector of Explosives, Fire Safety Inspectorate etc., must be obtained. The project authorities must strictly comply with the rules and regulations with regard to handling and disposal of hazardous wastes in accordance with the Hazardous Wastes (Management and Handling) Rules, Authorization from the State Pollution Control Board must be obtained for collection, storage, treatment and disposal of hazardous wastes. v. The overall noise levels in and around the plant area should be kept well within the standards (8SdBA) by providing noise control measures including acoustic hoods, silencers, enclosures etc., on all sources of noise generation. The ambient noise levels should conform to the standards prescribed under the Environment (P) Rules, 1989 viz. 75 dba (day time) and 70 dba (night time). vi. vii. Occupational health surveillance programme should be undertaken as regular exercise for all the employees, specifically for those engaged in handling hazardous substances. First aid facilities in the Occupational Health Care Centre should be strengthened and medical records of each employee should be maintained separately. A separate Environment Management Cell equipped with full fledged laboratory facilities must be set up to carry out the Environmental Management and monitoring functions. file:///d:/old%20d%20drive%20data/ec%20unit%201/additional%20data%20to%20shivalik/earlier%20ec%20unit%201/unit%20%23%2001 3/4
11 16/07/2018 Environmental Appraisal of Expansion Project of M/s United Phosphorus Ltd viii. ix. The project authorities will provide adequate funds both for recurring and non recurring expenditure to implement the conditions stipulated by the Ministry of Environment & Forests as well as the State Government along with the implementation schedule for all conditions stipulated herein. The funds should not be diverted for any other purposes. The implementation of the project vis a vis Environmental Action Plans will be monitored by Ministry's Regional Office at Bhopal/Gujarat Pollution Control Board/ Central Pollution Control Board. A six monthly compliance status report should be submitted to the monitoring agencies. x. The Project Proponent should inform the public that the project has been accorded environmental clearance by the Ministry and copies of the clearance letter are available with the State Pollution Control Board/ Committee and may also be seen at Website of the Ministry of Environment and Forests at This should be advertised within seven days from the date of issue of the clearance letter, at least in two local newspapers that are widely circulated in the region of which one shall be in the vernacular language of the locality concerned and a copy of the same should be forwarded to the Regional office. xi. The project Authorities should inform the Regional Office as well as the Ministry, the date of financial closure and final approval of the project by the concerned authorities and the date of commencing the land development work, if any. 4.0 The Ministry may revoke or suspend the clearance, if the implementation of any of the above conditions is not satisfactory. 5.0 The Ministry reserves the right to stipulate additional conditions if found necessary. The Company in a time bound manner will implement these conditions. 6.0 The above conditions will be enforced, inter alia under the provisions of the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act,1974, the Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1981, the environment (Protection) Act, 1986 and the Public Liability Insurance Act, 1991 along with their amendments and the rules. Copy to:- (Dr. P. L. Ahujarai) Additional Director 1. Secretary, Department of Environment & Forests, Govt. of Gujarat. 2. The Chief Conservator of Forests (Central), Ministry of Environment & Forests, Regional Office, Link Road No.3, E - 5, Arera Colony, Bhopal Chairman, Central Pollution Control Board, Parivesh Bhawan, CBD-cum-Office Complex, East Arjun Nagar New Delhi Chairman Gujarat Pollution Control Board, Paryavaran Bhavan, Sector-10A, Gandhi Nagar, The Sr. Adviser (EI division), Ministry of Environment and Forests, Paryavaran Bhavan, CGO Complex, New Delhi. 6. The Director (Monitoring Cell), Ministry of Environment and Forests, Paryavaran Bhavan, CGO Complex, New Delhi. 7. Guard File. 8. Monitoring File. 9. Record File. (Dr. P. L. Ahujarai) Additional Director file:///d:/old%20d%20drive%20data/ec%20unit%201/additional%20data%20to%20shivalik/earlier%20ec%20unit%201/unit%20%23%2001 4/4
14 List of Existing and Proposed Production Capacities after Expansion ANNEXURE 2 Sr. No Product Name Existing Capacity (TPM) Proposed Product Name Proposed Additional Capacity (TPM) Total Capacity After Expansion (TPM) CAS Number Category As per EC Notification Mancozeb Maneb Zineb Ziram Antracol (existing and proposed) Monocrotophos Dichlorovos (DDVP) (Combined Capacity) Sulfosulfuron (SF-10) PESTICIDE TECHNICAL GRADE PRODUCTS Mancozeb Maneb Zineb Ziram Antracol Antracol or Zineb (combined capacity) Monocrotophos Dichlorovos Sulfosulfuron (SF-10) (Insecticide) (Insecticide) (Herbicide)
15 Sr. No Product Name Existing Capacity (TPM) Proposed Product Name Proposed Additional Capacity (TPM) Total Capacity After Expansion (TPM) CAS Number Category As per EC Notification 2006 PESTICIDE TECHNICAL GRADE PRODUCTS Tebuconazole 60 Tebuconazole Acifluorfen 60 Acifluorfen (Herbicide) 4 Flonicamide (IKI 1145) 50 Flonicamide (IKI 1145) Metalaxyl 0 Metalaxyl Karphos 0 Karphos Imazapic 0 Imazapic Total A 1520 Total A Amino Aceto Nitirile Sulphate (AANS) Trimethyl Phosphite PESTICIDE INTERMEDIATE PRODUCTS Amino Aceto Nitirile Sulphate (AANS) Trimethyl Phosphite 3 Tri Ethyl Phosphite 1000 Tri Ethyl Phosphite 1000 (Insecticide) (Herbicide) (Combined Capacity) Total- B 1120 Total- B Total (A+B) 2640 Total (A+B)
16 Annexure 3 Those products require environment clearance i.e. Technical pesticide and Intermediate products is updated in on line portal and same will be reflected in updated Form 2.