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1 M/s V. S. LAD & SONS, Sandur Documents for Public Hearing Executive Summary (English & Kannada) Form-I & XIII S. J. HARVI IRON ORE MINES In Lakshmipur village Sandur Taluk Bellary district, Karnataka Extent: ha Apr-2008

2 Executive Summary of Iron ore mine of S J Harvi Executive Summary Sanna Jagalu Harvi Iron Ore Mine (S.J. Harvi Iron Ore Mine ML No 2290) of M/s V.S.Lad & Sons is one of the noteworthy iron ore mine in the Sandur-Hospet-Bellary sector. It is located in the Devadari gudda range of Sandur Schist Belt, near Lakshmipura village, Sandur Tq, Bellary Dt. The mining lease no. is 2290 and is spread over an area of Ha. The present lease period is valid up to The salient features of the study area are given below District & State Bellary & Karnataka Taluka Sandur Village Lakshmipur Lease area ha Ownership/Occupancy Forest Department, Govt of Karnataka Latitude N Longitude Existence of public road Nearest railway station & Port E The mine can be approached from Sandur via Lakshmipura or Hosahalli (Bhujanganagara) by a all weather road The nearest rail head is at Ranjitpura at about 4.0 km from the mine. Nearest port is at Marmugoa, Goa at about 350km. Particulars of Approvals Mining Plan : Scheme of Mining approved vide IBM lr.no: MS/BLR/Fe-69-SZ dated NOC from KSPCB : Applied Forest Clearance : Obtained Environmental Clearance : Environmental Clearance for 2.0 million TPA is already existing Environmental Clearance for expansion from 2.0 mtpa to 3.1 mtpa is applied Topography The mining lease area is part of the Devadarigudda hill range of Kumaraswamy reserved forest (SM block). It forms ridge/plateau of the hill range, known locally as Devadarigudda, running NNW-SSE and its slopes. Highest elevation being 1029mRL and lowest one is at 620mRL. Steep BHQ reef escarpments are major land forms. Seasonal nallahs originate from the area and culminate into Nariahalla, a stream flowing in northwest. Salient Features Of Mining 1

3 Executive Summary of Iron ore mine of S J Harvi The mine will be operated by Mechanized open cast mining method The estimated mineable reserves are about million tons The average annual production will be about 3.1 million TPA iron ore in the mining period The life of mine is approximately 12 years Ripper dozer & potable compressors will be used for drilling. Blasting is done using slurry type of explosives The waste material to be handled for the life of the mine will be about million tonnes and will be dumped in an area of ha. Environmental Studies Summary of Monitored Micro-meteorological Data Sl.No Parameters Data 1 Predominant wind direction SW 2 Hourly Avg Wind speed (m/s) 0.58 m/s 3 % of Calm Winds % Wind Rose Diagram (00 24 hrs) WIND ROSE PLOT: M/s V S Lad & Sons, S J Harvi Iron Ore Mines Windrose for Post Monsoon Season 2007 DISPLAY: Wind Speed Direction (blowing from) NORTH 30% 24% 18% 12% 6% WEST EAST WIND SPEED (m/s) SOUTH >= Calms: 19.31% COMMENTS: DATA PERIOD: Sep 1 - Nov 30 00:00-23:00 COMPANY NAME: Bhagavathi Ana Labs Limited MODELER: CALM WINDS: TOTAL COUNT: 19.31% 2159 hrs. AVG. WIND SPEED: 1.19 m/s DATE: PROJECT NO.: WRPLOT View - Lakes Environmental Software 2

4 Executive Summary of Iron ore mine of S J Harvi Baseline Status Ambient Air Quality The scenario of the existing Ambient Air Quality in the study region has been assessed through a network of 8 Ambient Air Quality locations. Sl no Location Direction w.r.t Mines Distance (km) Core Zone A1 Working Area A2 Haulage Road Buffer Zone A3 Lakshmipur NW 0.93 A4 Donimalai E 4.65 A5 Nandihalli S 3.62 A6 Yashwantnagar SW 6.32 A7 Bhimagandi NNE 3.34 A8 Bhujangnagar NNE 0.93 Analysis of Baseline Concentrations The Ambient Air Quality levels in the study area are summarized below. SPM RPM SO 2 NO X Core Zone Buffer Zone HC & CO values at all location in core and buffer zone are found to be <1 ppm The ambient air quality observed during the study period is well within the prescribed National Ambient Air Quality Standards. Impacts Mining operations, generates dust and emissions due to transportation of ore from the mines and the movement of trucks on unpaved surfaces. The impacts on air are mainly due to generation of dust during loading, unloading and transportation of ore and emissions such as SPM/SO 2 /NO x from the transporting trucks. The trucks carrying ore will be covered with tarpaulin to prevent dust dissemination during transportation. 3

5 Executive Summary of Iron ore mine of S J Harvi OVERALL SCENARIO Location of Direction Back Air Predicted Resultant Monitoring ground Quality Concentration Concentration Stations Level Standard MineLease Area Haulage Road Lakshmipur NW < Donimalai E < Nandihalli S < Yashwant nagar SW < Bhimagandi NNE < Bhujangnagar NNE < Control Measures In order to minimize the dust emanating from the above sources water will be sprinkled regularly at the mine pits and also on the haulage roads in order to suppress the dust Transport vehicles will be maintained regularly in order to minimize the emissions from them Plantation will be carried out which acts as pollution sink Noise Quality Noise levels were monitored at 8 locations. The results obtained were well within the limits. 4

6 Executive Summary of Iron ore mine of S J Harvi Noise levels during study period in db(a) N1 N2 N3 N4 N5 N6 N7 N8 Min Max Ld Ln L Min Minimum Noise Level Recorded L d Day Equivalents L Max Maximum Noise Level Recorded L n Night Equivalents Control Measures In order to protect the workers from higher noise levels, the management of M/s V S LAD & Sons iron ore mine will adopt the following noise abatement measures. Proper and timely maintenance of mining machinery Provision of earmuffs/ear plugs to workers in noise prone zones in the mine Selection of suitable machinery and equipment, proper mounting of equipment, providing noise insulation/padding wherever practicable and machinery fitted with properly designed silencers Proper maintenance of noise generating parts of the machine Provision of earmuffs to workers as a measure to protect their ears Thick plantation in and around the mine Proper gradient of haul roads to reduce cumulative noise levels To carry out noise surveys during different seasons at the mine Water Quality Two Surface water and three ground water samples were collected to assess the water quality in the study area. Details of Water Quality Monitoring Stations S.No Code Name of Sampling Station Source of Water 1. SW1 Narihalla Surface water Details of Water Quality Monitoring Stations 5

7 Executive Summary of Iron ore mine of S J Harvi S. No Code Name of Sampling Station Source of water 1 GW1 Sandur Tube Well 2 GW2 Donimalai Tube Well 3 GW3 Lakshmipur Tube Well 4 GW4 Nandihalli Tube Well 5 GW5 Bhujangnagar Tube Well S. No Parameter Unit SW1 GW1 GW2 GW3 GW4 GW5 1 ph value Total Dissolved Solids mg/l Chlorides as Cl mg/l Total Hardness as CaCO 3 mg/l Flouride as F mg/l TC MPN/100 ml 16 Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil As shown in the table all the water quality parameters were found to be within the limits. Impacts on Water Environment Mining activities cause adverse impacts due to mine drainage, Siltation due to storm water and contaminated water from domestic sewage water. The impact on water environment has been considered under the following heads: Water consumption Mine seepage and impact on ground water Impact on surface water bodies Storm water management Soil Quality Three locations were selected for analyzing the soil quality status in the study area. The soil samples were collected from the agricultural lands from the buffer zone areas. Location of Soil Sampling Stations S. No Code Name of sampling station 1 S1 Lakshmipura 2 S2 Bhujang nagar 3 S3 Donimalaia Flora & Fauna The vegetation observed in the mining area is mainly shrubs and bushes along with grass. Although the study area is within the reserve forest, sparse cover of vegetation 6

8 Executive Summary of Iron ore mine of S J Harvi is seen. There are some small animals like dog, cat, varieties of snake, mouse and common birds can be found. Waste Management Nature BHQ s and shale are the waste material to be handled. These are non-saleable material, especially BHQ. This may find market in future. Hence this will be dumped separately. Dumping Site About ha non mineralized area has been identified and earmarked for dumping. The overburden /rejects generated is about million tones during the life of mine. The contour trenching will be done on slopes of dump and plantation will be taken up. Maximum Height & Spread of Dumps Total height of dump is proposed as 20 meter with an angle of repose at 30 to 35 degree. The waste material will be dumped systematically in the designated area stepwise with reverse slopes. Static dump tops and slopes will be stabilized by planting tall saplings, grass and good root bearing saplings such as Agava. Sub grade Mineral Management About 10% of the production is sub grade. In five years period about 1.6 million tons of sub grade iron ore (+55 to -58% Fe) can be generated. This material will be stacked aside will be sold either by blending with high grade ore or directly. Stabilization of Dumps The precautionary measures to ensure dump stability include Garland drains to channelize the rainwater out of the dumping area. Sufficient numbers of Checkdams / Toe-walls of suitable size are constructed around the base of the dumps to prevent sliding and wash off of the material. Afforestation will also be carried out along with the other precautionary methods. Afforestation Plan RECLAMATION / AFFORESTATION PROGRAMME: It was proposed to go for back filling of the mined out pits. But none of the mining pits are completely extracted at the end of previous mining scheme period and all of them are active on date. As part of the progressive reclamation as well as soil conservation measures it was proposed to take-up construction of 4 cheek-dams, 4 retention walls and 400m of garland drains. The achieved program (year wise) is given below; Year

9 Executive Summary of Iron ore mine of S J Harvi Gully checks/plugs Retention walls Garland drains mtrs mtrs -- Afforestation: In this regard lessee has achieved more than the targeted program. Year wise plantation program in the previous mining scheme period is; Proposed Actual Year Area in Ha No. of plants Area in Ha Plants Agave , ,159 30, , ,000 50, , ,000 53, , ,200 53, , ,500 83,500 Total , , ,050 Apart from this, lessee has planted about 55,000 saplings (species are honge, neem, tamarind, acacia, gulmohar etc) and 5,30,000 agave suckers and sowed about 2000kgs of seeds in about 35 ha area outside the mining lease like road side, forest area etc. The implementation of the development of green belts around the dumps will be of paramount importance as it will not only add up as an aesthetic feature, but also act as a pollution sink. The species to be grown in the areas should be dust tolerant and fast growing species so that a permanent green belt is created. Apart from above green belts are proposed surrounding the proposed ML area and along the permanent approach roads to the mine.. Deciduas and semi-deciduas plants are proposed to improve the soil quality with humus and carbon content. It is also proposed to carry out plantation during the subsequent years to fill the gaps of those plants which have not survived. TYPES OF SPECIES FOR PROPOSED FOR REVEGETATION LIST OF ENDEMIC SPECIES Dalbergia Paniculata Dalbergia latifolia Stereospermum chelonoides Buchnania lanzana Largeratroemia parviflora Anogeissus latifolia Pterocarpus marsupium 8

10 Executive Summary of Iron ore mine of S J Harvi Recommended Species for Green belt Development (as per CPCB specifications) Shrub Species Herb Species Grass Species Trees Grewia tenax Abutilon fruticosa Aristida funiculate Glyricidia Grewia villosa Boerharia verticillata Sporobolus diander Leucaena leucocephala Mimosa hamata Celosia argentea Cenchrus setigerus Alstonia scholaris) Rhus Corchorus mysorensis depressus Aristida adscensionis Eucalyptus Cardia sp. Dicoma tomentosa Desmostachya bipinnata Casurina equisetifolia Capparis sp. Euphoria orbiculata Aplusa mutica Acacia nilotica Barleria prionitis Indigofera tinctoria Cenghrus ciliris Ficus hispida Aerva javanica Pulicharia withtiana Chloris vargaata Crotolaria sp. Sita ovata Censhrus sp. Buchananea latifolia Bauhinia gareigate Fagonia cretica Tehorosia uniflora Eragrostris cilianensis Anacandium occidentale Abutilon fruticosa Indigofera parviflora Acacia catechu Clerodnedron Paspalum sp. Albizza lebbek Momosa hamata Setaria verticillata Bombox ceiba Rhus mysorensis Barleria acanthoides Cassia siamea The above species proposed for plantation are tentative and may change as per the forest expert s advice. Further the applicant is committed to pay the cost of compensatory afforestation in an equal area of forestland to be granted for mining as per the F.C. Act. OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY MEASURES Providing a working environment that is conducive to safety & health The management of occupational safety & health is the prime responsibility of mine management from the executive level to the first line supervisory level Employee involvement and commitment in the implementation of health and safety guidelines Provision of all necessary resources The company shall engage a full time qualified doctor who is trained in occupational health. Periodic monitoring for exposure to mineral dust on the workers shall be conducted and records maintained including health records of the workers. 9

11 Executive Summary of Iron ore mine of S J Harvi Implementing safety and health management system and assessing the effectiveness through periodic audits Setting of safety and health objectives based on comprehensive strategic plans and measure performance against these plans Monitoring the effects of mining activities on safety and health and conducting regular performance reviews Awareness programme for workers on impact of mining on their health and identification of work related health hazards, training on malaria eradication, HIV, and health effects on exposure to mineral dust etc. Provision of necessary personal protective equipments Establishing and maintaining a system of medical surveillance for employees Ensuring employees at all levels receive appropriate training and are competent to carry out their duties and responsibilities The company shall engage a full time qualified doctor who is trained in occupational health. Periodic monitoring for exposure to mineral dust on the workers shall be conducted and records maintained including health records of the workers. WILD LIFE MANAGEMENT The mine lease area is a forest land. To protect the wild life from any damage the mining area will be fenced properly with the wire link mesh. This will prevent inadvertent entry of animals in to the mine area. Further, if approved by the forest department, solar fencing will be provided surrounding the ML to prevent straying of wildlife. Slat licks and water holes will be provided for animals in the forest area in consultation with the Forest Department. Workings will be restricted to daytime only in order to prevent any disturbance to wildlife in night. No blasting operations are proposed in the night time, which will disturb the wild life, while they are in search for food. Mine management has decided to depute 4 firewatchers and 4 forest watchers in order to manage the wildlife & forest in better manner. Total manpower of 8 will be appointed for the forest and wildlife management. Annual health checkup for these employees will also be done along with other mine employees. Budget according to Rs.2000 per annum is fixed for these 8 employees. The land use of area will be improvised through afforestation and by creation of surface water resources and leaves behind a congenial environment for immigration of wild life. SOCIO-ECONOMIC MANAGEMENT PLAN Social Welfare Programs and Economic Measures Already Undertaken The mining area is on the hill top of Devadari gudda which comes in the S M Block Reserve forest area. The following are the villages and towns at the foot of the hill. 10

12 Executive Summary of Iron ore mine of S J Harvi 1) Sandur town 2) Lakshmipur 3) NM D CTown ship 4) Narsingapura 5) Krishna nagar Considering the backwardness of the residents of the said villages, in order to promote the developments in the villages, company has provided civic amenities and the following activities are under taken for the socio economic up liftment of the villagers. 1. Students career building 2. Infrastructure 3. Employment to the unemployed educated youth 4. Medical aid 5. Supply of building material to economically backward class people 6. Donations to Religious and charitable institutions 7. Encouragement to Sports 8. Help to farm sector and other events Proposals: The villages in the surrounding area have poor infrastructure facilities and the lessee intends to provide these villages with the required amenities based on the need base assessment survey: Construction of school buildings in the near by village Provision of medical and sanitary facilities in the near by village Supply of treated drinking water during stress season to the near by villages Provision of transport to school children CSR Activities: As a social corporate responsibility the company will undertake the following activities like: Funding for scholarships to meritorious students Supply of school books & school uniforms to the needy children Conducting regular health checkup camps and providing the medicines at free of cost as prescribed by the doctor Provision of vehicles for emergency situations etc. Economic Up lift ment Measures-Proposed According to the survey conducted there is about ha of culturable waste land available. The villagers in the surrounding villages will be trained in various aspects for using this land. Seed capital will be provided for the purchase of equipment, training, transportation needs, seeds, saplings and purchase of mango plants etc. A part of the land will be 11

13 Executive Summary of Iron ore mine of S J Harvi converted in to grazing land. There is no agricultural land in the mine area and if it is used it will be suitably compensated as per the district agricultural officer recommendation. The mine authority intends to develop this land stage by stage ie initially 10 ha in the first year, 20 ha in the second year 40 ha in the 3, 4, 5 years each respectively. Year Area (ha) Activity 1 year 20 Grazing land,fodder farm development, Fruit orcharddevelopment 2 year 20 Grazing land,fodder farm development, Fruit orcharddevelopment 3 year 30 Fodder farm development, Fruit orchard development 4 year 50 Fodder farm development, Fruit orchard development 5 year 60 Fodder farm development, Fruit orchard development Company will provide separate budget for community development activities and income generating program. This will be in addition to the vocational training for individuals to take up self employment and jobs. Socio Economic Activity Capital cost (Rs) Recurring cost (Rs) Social development 12,00,000 3,50,000 activity Economic development 8,00,000 2,50,000 activity TOTAL 20,00,000 6,00,000 BUDGET REQUIRED FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN Reclamation and rehabilitation program, soil conservation measures, green belt development, dump stabilization and plantation costs have been estimated and they are given below: Cost of Environmental Protection Measures in Rs lakhs S. No Description Capital cost Annual recurring cost Existing Proposed Existing Proposed 1 Pollution Control ,80, ,00,000 2 Pollution Monitoring --- 2,50, ,50,000 3 Occupational Health ,46, ,50,000 4 Green Belt / Reclamation / Rehabilitation of mined ,69, ,00,000 out area 6 Others (Socio economic) ,00, ,00,000 7 Forest Conservation --- 5,00, ,00,000 Total ,45, ,00,000 12

14 Executive Summary of Iron ore mine of S J Harvi Implementation of EMP & Monitoring Programme The environment management plan is detailed on the basis of impact assessment. Control and mitigation measures for the adverse impacts envisaged. As the major environmental attributes have been confined to the project area alone, implementations of the proposed control measures and monitoring thereof will be undertaken on the regional basis. M/s V S LAD & Sons will ensure the implementation of the measures within the mine area and carryout efficient monitoring. In order to implement the measures suggested for mitigating the adverse impacts on the environment, it is suggested to monitor the environmental parameters regularly. 13

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18 Áæt ªÀUÀð: CzsÀåAiÀÄ À ÀæzÉñÀªÀÅ CgÀtå ÀæzÉñÀªÁVgÀĪÀÅzÀjAzÀ UÀtÂUÁjPÉ ÄAzÁUÀĪÀ ÀjuÁªÀÄUÀ¼À ÀÄß ºÀvÉÆÃnAiÀÄ èqàäªà dªá ÁÝjAiÀÄ ÀÄß UÀtÂAiÀÄ ªÀiÁ ÃPÀgÀÄ ªÀ»¹PÉƼÀÄîvÀÛzÉ. Êо ÐÀÐºÓ ÐԻРÊРРѳРÀÐÔ³ÐÔê ÆÐÀÐԹРÀÑ ÐÔÔ Ð±Ò Ñ ÙÂÔ Ð»Ð ÊÐ Ð ÐÄÑö ÐÔÀÐ ÐÖϹРÌÙ ÐàÎÐÀйÐÔî ÀÐ Ñ Ð Ó Ð Ð± ( Modeling ) ³Ð³ÑõÆРРбÒÊÐÄÑÂÔ³ÐÔ. бһÐõ ÙÓÆÐ Ð ÀÑ ÐÔÔÁ¹ÐÅö ³ÙÓÃÔ ÐÖϹРб ÐÎÐ ÌÙ ÐàÎÐÀÐÕ Ð ÈÐæ ÀÙÔÚ ÙÖõÓ Ñõ/ Ð.ÁÔÓ. ÐÔÀÐ Êо ÐÀÐÁ Ù ÙÔ ÐÔ ƒ Ñ ÊÐÄÑ Ù. ÐÖϹРÊÑ Ðõ³Ù ÐÔÔ ƒ Ðþ.ÁÔÓ. ÐÖ Ð ÐÅö (Š Ð Ù ½» Ð ý ÀÐà ÐÔ ÐÅö) 0.5 ÀÙÔÚ ÙÖõÓ Ñõ/ Ð.ÁÔÓ. ÐÈÐÔå Ð ÀÙÔ Ð Ñ ÐÔ³Ðê Ù. Ð±Ò ÐÔÅö ÐÖÎйÐÔî º ÐÔ õêðãô, ÐÖϹРÐÀÐÔ ÊÐëÎÐ ÐÎÐÅö ºÓ йÐÔî ˻РÊÐÄÑ ÐÔÀÐÕ ÐÔ. ÄÑ ÐÎÐ ÀÙÓ ÐÀйÐÔî ÁԳРÙÖÏÊÐÄÑ ÐÔÀÐÕ ÐÔ. ¹Ù ÐÔ³ÙÖӻйÐÔî ÊÐÔ³ÐêÃÖ ¾ÙÎÙÊÐÄÑ ÐÔÀÐÕ ÐÔ. Æнì Ð±Ò ÐÔ ÊÐ ÐÌÐ ì¹ðåö Æнì Ð ³Ðê ÐÀÐÕ 45dB(A) ÐÔ³Ðê Ù. Ð±Ò ÙÃÊÐ Ñ Ð Ð¹ÐÔî Æнì ÀÐ ÑŹÐô Ð Ð ùêðãô ÙÎÐ ¹Ð Ñ ÐÔþ ÐÎйÐÔî ÙÚ ÙÖÎÐüÄÑ ÐÔÀÐÕ ÐÔ: Ð±Ò Ñ Ñ ÐÔ³Ðõ ÐÎйÐÔî ÊÐÀÐÔ Ð Ñ¹ÐÔÊÑ Ð ºÀÐþÌв٠ÀÐ Ñ ÊÐÔÀÐÕ ÐÔ. ÑÁÔþ Ð Ù Á Ð Ðù²Ñ ÐÀÐ Ð ÐÎйÐÔî Ð ÊÐÔÀÐÕ ÐÔ. Ã Ð±Ò ÐÔ ªÑå Ù ºÓ ¹Ð ƒàðæðô г٠ÐÔÔ»Ðõ ¹Ð Ð.ÁÔÓ. ÐÔ³Ðê Ù. Ð ÐÅö 270 Ð.ÁÔÓ. ÐÖϹРº ÐÔ³Ðõ± ÙÜ 5 Ð.ÁÔÓ. ÌÐË Ó Ð Ð± ÙÜ ÀÐÔ³ÐÔê 3.5 Ð.ÁÔÓ. ÑÁÔþ Ð Ð ½ÎÐ Ù Ñ ÐÔ³Ðê Ù. º ÊÐÊÐÜ Ð± ÑÜ ºÓ йÐÔî ½ÎÐÊÐÔÀÐÕ ÐÔ ÃöÀÑ ÐÔ Ð Ð ³Ñô ô / ÀÐÔŹРºÓ йÐÔî ÌÙÖ Ð ÐÔÀлÐõÆÙî ÙÔÓ ÐÔÀÐÕ Ãö. бһÐõ ÙÓÆÐ ÐÅö Ð ÑÀÐ ÑÃÔÀÙ, Ð Ô, Ù Ù, ÐÔªÙ ÐÎÐÔ ÐÔÀÐÕ Ãö. бÒÂÔ Ð ÌÙÖ Ð ÓÎÐÔÀÐ ºÓ йÐÔî ÐÅö¹Ð ½ ÐÔÀйÐÔî Ð«å ³Ð Ù Ð åäñ ÐÔÀÐÕ ÐÔ. 4

19 йР³Ñô ô Ð±Ò ÐÔÅö¹Ð йР³Ñô ôàðõ BHQ ÀÐÔ³ÐÔê clay ÐÔ ÀÄß ÎÐ ÙÖ ÐÔ³Ðê Ù. ªÑå Ù zà±à PÀë ¹ý йР³Ñô ôàð¹ðôî Ð±Ò ÐÔ ÓÀÐ ÁªÀ ü ÐÔÅö ÊÐëÎѳРÊÐÄÑ ÐÔ³Ðê Ù. ³Ñô ôàð¹ðôî ÐÔ ÐÔ ÊÐÃï å ÌÙ. ÊÐëÎÐ ÐÅö ÐÔ Ùç ÌÑ ÐÄÑ ÐÔÀÐÕ ÐÔ. ÐÔ Ùç ÐÎÐ Š³Ðê ÐÀÐÕ 20 ÁÔÓ. ÐÔì, йÐÔî 2 ÌгРÐÎÐÅö ÀÐ Ñ ÐÄÑ ÐÔ³Ðê Ù. ÐÔ Ùç ÐÎÐ ÊÐ ÑÊÐ Ï Ñ ÐÔ ÐÔÀг٠ÙÖÓ ÊÐÄÑ Ù. PÁ«ÄðPÀgÀ»vÀgÀPÀëuÉ PÁ«ÄðPÀgÀ DgÉÆÃUÀå ªÀÄvÀÄÛ ÀÄgÀPÀëuÉUÁV J Áè jãwaiàä PÀæªÀÄUÀ¼À ÀÄß PÉÊUÉƼÀî ÁVzÀÄÝ PÁ«ÄðPÀgÀ và Á ÀuÉAiÀÄ ÀÄß ÀÄjvÀ ªÉÊzÀåjAzÀ ÀqÉ À ÁUÀĪÀÅzÀÄ. ÉqÀÄvÉÆà ÀÄ AiÉÆÃd É CzsÀåAiÀÄ À ÀæzÉñÀzÀ è ºÉ. ÀµÀÄÖ ÀܼÀzÀ è ÉqÀÄvÉÆà ÀÄ É¼É ÀĪÀ AiÉÆÃd ÉAiÀÄ ÀÄß ºÁQPÉƼÀî ÁVzÉ. À¹UÀ¼À G½ªÀÅ ±ÉÃ.60 gàµàäö EgÀĪÀÅzÉAzÀÄ sá«à ÁVzÉ. Proposed Actual Year Area in Ha No. of plants Area in Ha Plants Agave , ,159 30, , ,000 50, , ,000 53, , ,200 53, , ,500 83,500 Total , , ,050 ÊÑÀÐ Ñ Ð þ Ð ÁÈÐ ÐÔ ÐÎÐÔ ÐÎÐÔ ÀæÊÐÔê³Ð Ð Ð±Ò ÙÖÓ ¹Ù ÐÔÔ 335 ¹ÙÓ Ð ÙÖôÓ Ð ÐÎйÐÔî ÔÀÐ Ñ ÐÅ ÐÔì, Ð ÐÅö 85% ÊÐëÏÓ ÐÔ Ù ÊÙÓ ÐÅÀÙ. Ð±Ò Ñ Ù ÐÔÔ ÊÐÔ³ÐêŹРÌÐÏü ÐÎÐ þ Ð, ÆÙÚ Ðù±Ò Ð, ÙÖÓ Ðô ÀÐÔ åàð¹ðôî ³ÐêÀÐÔ ÙÖÏÊÐÅ Ù.»Ð ÊРлРÁÓ Ðù²Ñ Ñ ÐÔþ ÐõÀÐԻРÊÐ Ð Ð Ð Ð ÐÎÙÃöÀйÐÖî (ÀÑ ÐÔÔ, Ã, Æнì, ÀÐÔ±Ôé) Ô³ÐÔÁ ÙÖ ÑÀÐ þ ÐԳٻРÁÓ Ðù²Ù ÀÐ Ñ ÐÄÑ ÐÔÀÐÕ ÐÔ. РлРÊÐ Ð ÐÃÔöªÑ Ð ½ ÐÄÑÀв٠ÐÎйÐÔî»Ð³Ùê ÌÐœà ÊÐÖ Ðê ÐõÀÐÔ ÐÎйÐÔî ³Ù Ù ÐÔ ÙÖÎÐüÄÑ ÐÔÀÐÕ ÐÔ. 5

20 ÙÖÓ ¹Ù ÐÔ»Ðõ ÙÖÓ ¹Ð ÐÎÐÔ ÐÎÐÔ ½ Ð ÆÑÄÑ ÀÐÔ ÐÜÏ Ù ÊÐÀÐÔÀÐÊÐêÿõ ÀÐÔ³ÐÔê»ÐÔÊÐê Ð ÐÎйÐÔî Á³Ð ÊÐÄÑ ÐÔÀÐÕ ÐÔ. ÀÐÈÐþ ÙÜ Ð ÐÔ ¾Ñ, ÊÐÔ³ÐêŹР¹Ð Ñ ÙÖÓ Ðô ³Ð»ÑÊÐ²Ñ Ç Ð ÐÎйÐÔî»Ðþ ÊÐÄÑ ÐÔÀÐÕ ÐÔ.»Ðõ ÀÐÈÐþ ËêÿõÓ-ÊÐ ÊÐÌÑ ÐÔ ÐÔ»ÐÔ ÐÏ Ù ÐÖ.2 à Ðù йРÊÐÌÑ ÐÔ ÀÐ Ñ ÐÄÑ ÐÔÀÐÕ ÐÔ. Ð±Ò ÑÁÔþ Ð Ð ÙÖÓ Ðô ÑÜ ¾ÙÓ Ù ÀÙֽà йÐÔî ÁÔÓÊÐÄÑ ÊÐÄÑ Ù. ÐÖ Ã Ðù ÀйÐÔî ÊÐÀÐ Ñ ÐÄÑô± Ñ ÐÔþ ÐõÀÐÔ ÐÏ Ù Áº ÙÖÓ ÊÐÄÑ ÐÔÀÐÕ ÐÔ. Socio Economic Activity Capital cost (Rs) Recurring cost (Rs) Social development activity 12,00,000 3,50,000 Economic activity 8,00,000 2,50,000 TOTAL 20,00,000 6,00,000»Ð ÊÐ Ð ÙÖÓ ¹Ñ ¹Ð ÑÆÙ ³ÐêÀÐÔ ÐÔ±ÀÐÔ å лРÊÐ ÐÀйÐÔî Ð±Ò ÐÔ ÊÐÔ³ÐêÃÖ ÌÙÖ ÐÃÔ Ð±Ò ÙÖÓ Ð ÐÔ ÙÎÐ ¹Ð Ñ ÐÔþ ÐõÀÐÔ ÐÎйÐÔî ÌÐÁÔó ÙÖ Ñì Ù. ÙÖÓ ³Ð ÊÐÔ Ñ Ð²Ù ÐÎÐÔ ÀÐÔ³ÐÔê ÁÆÙÓÈÐ º ÐÔ³Ðõ± ÊÑ Ð¹Ù ÐÎÐÔ ÐÖϹРº ÐÔ³Ðõ± ÀÐÔ³ÐÔê ƒ ÐÔ ÊÑ Ñ±Ò Ù Ñ»Ð Ð Ñþ ÐÔ ÐÊÙê Ð±Ò ÐÔÔ»Ðõ¾ ÑÁÊÐÔÀÐ ÌÐÏü ÐÎÐ ÊÑÀÐ Ñ Ð ÊÐÀÐÔÊÙô ÐÎÐ ÆÐÀÐԹРÓÀйÑÀÐ ÐÔ ÙÖ¹Ù ÐÔÅö Ð±Ò ÐÔ ÀÐôÀÐËë³Ð ÀÐÔÔ ÐÔàÁ Ù ÐÔ ÙÖÓ ¹Ù ÐÔ Ùç ÐÎÐ ÀÐÔ±Ôé ÀÐÔÎÙ Ù ÌÐ ÐÔ ÌÙÖÓ Ð Ð³Ù ÙÎÐ ¹Ð ÐõÀÐÔ ÐÎйÐÔî ÙÚ ÙÖÎÐüÄÑ ÐÔÀÐÕ ÐÔ: ÀгÐÔþà ¹ÑÄÙ ÐÎйÐÔî (400 m) ºÁÔþË ÙÖ Ù ÓÎРг٠³Ð Ù Ð ÔåÀÐÕ ÐÔ ³Ð Ù ÙÖÓ Ù, ÊÐÔ Ð Ñù ÙÖÓ Ù ÐÎйÐÔî ºÁÔþÊÐÔÀÐÕ ÐÔ»ÐÖ±þ ÙÖ Ð ÐÔ Ùç ÐÎÐ ÀÙÔÓÄÙ ÌÐË Ó Ð Ð±ÀйÐÔî ÙÚ ÙÖÎÐÔüÀÐÕ ÐÔ. GzÀÞgÀt AiÉÆÃd É: ÀæUÀw ÀgÀ GzÀÞgÀt ªÀÄvÀÄÛ ÀÄ Àgï ªÁ À PÁAiÀÄðPÀæªÀÄ, ªÀÄtÂÚ À ÀªÀPÀ½AiÀÄ vàqévà, ÉqÀÄvÉÆà ÀÄ C üªàè Ý PÁAiÀÄðPÀæªÀÄUÀ½UÁV F PɼÀV ÀAvÉ PÀæªÀÄUÀ¼À ÀÄß ºÀ«ÄäPÉƼÀî ÁVzÉ. «ªÀgÀ ÀASÉå vàqé MqÀÄØ 4 ºÀ¼ÀîvÀqÉ 4 vàqé UÉÆÃqÉ 4 6

21 UÀtÂAiÀÄ ªÀiÁ ÃPÀgÀÄ Àj ÀgÀ ÀAgÀPÀëuÉAiÀÄ ÀæeÉß G¼ÀîªÀgÁVzÀÄÝ UÀt ÀæzÉñÀzÀ è ªÉÄà ÁÌt¹zÀ AiÉÆÃd ÉUÀ¼À ÀÄß PÁAiÀÄðUÀvÀUÉƽ À Ä GvÀÄìPÀgÁVzÁÝgÉ. Àj ÀgÀ ÀAgÀPÀëuÁ AiÉÆÃd ÉUÁV Ej¹zÀ zsà ÀgÁ²: Cost of Environmental Protection Measures in Rs lakhs S. No Description Capital cost Annual recurring cost Existing Proposed Existing Proposed 1 Pollution Control ,80, ,00,000 2 Pollution Monitoring --- 2,50, ,50,000 3 Occupational Health ,46, ,50,000 4 Green Belt / Reclamation / Rehabilitation of mined ,69, ,00,000 out area 6 Others (Socio economic) ,00, ,00,000 7 Forest Conservation --- 5,00, ,00,000 Total ,45, ,00,000 ÀªÀiÁ Û Àj ÀgÀ Àæ sáªà CzsÀåAiÀÄ À AzÀ CzsÀåAiÀÄ À PÉëÃvÀæzÀ è C à ÀæªÀiÁtzÀ véã ÁqÀĪÀ zsàæ½ À ºÉZÀѼÀ DUÀĪÀ jãpéë ÄzÉ. EzÀ ÀÄß UÀt CUÉvÀzÀ ÀܼÀ ªÀÄvÀÄÛ C gàä ÁUÁtÂPÉ gà ÉÛUÀ¼À ªÉÄÃ É Ãj À ¹A ÀgÀuÉ ÄAzÀ ºÀvÉÆÃnAiÀÄ èqà ÁUÀĪÀÅzÀÄ. UÀtÂUÁjPÉ ÄAzÀ Àæ ÀPÀÛ Àj ÀgÀ ªÀÄvÀÄÛ fã«àj¹üw ªÀ AiÀÄzÀ ªÉÄÃ É UÀt ÃAiÀĪÀ èzà zàäµï Àæ sáªàªàå PÀAqÀÄ gàävàûzé. UÀtÂAiÀÄ ÀÄvÀÛªÀÄÄvÀÛ À ÀæzÉñÀzÀ è GzÉÆåÃUÁªÀPÁ±À ªÀÄvÀÄÛ DyðPÀ ¹ÜwAiÀÄ GvÀÛ«ÄPÉAiÀÄ gàæ ÀzÀ è ÀvÀàç sáªàªàå GAmÁUÀ zé ****

22 KARNATAKA STATE POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD FORM XIII (To be submitted in triplicate) Application for consent for establishment or taking any step for establishment of industries, operation, or any process or any treatment disposal system or discharge, continuation of discharge under Section 25/26 of the Water (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, (See Rule 32) (OFFICE USE ONLY) Category: Large/Medium/Small Red/Orange/Green Capital Investment: Rs. Consent Fee Paid: Rs. Previous consent expired on: From: Dated: M/S V.S. Lad & Sons Prashanth Niwas, Krishnanagar Sandur Bellary district, Karnataka To: The Member Secretary Karnataka State Pollution Control Board 8th floor, P. U. Building M. G. Road, Bangalore Divisional Office/Regional Office : Bellary Through the Environmental Officer / Deputy Environmental Officer I/We hereby apply for the Consent/renewal of Consent under Section 25 of the Water (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 (6 of 1974) for establishing or taking any steps for establishment of industry/operation process or any treatment and disposal system to bring into use any new / altered for the discharge of sewage/trade effluent or continue to make discharge of sewage/trade effluent or continue to make discharge of sewage/trade effluent from land/premises owned by M/s V.S. Lad & Sons., for the period from to, the other relevant information is given below: 1

23 1. Name and address of the Occupier and correspondence address M/S V.S. Lad & Sons Prashanth Niwas, Krishnanagar Sandur Bellary district, Karnataka STD Code, Phone No Fax No Address - 2. Nationality of Occupier Indian 3. (a) Name and address of the industry (Location of the industry) Survey No./Plot No. - Village, Taluk, District. Jurisdiction of JMFC. Details regarding process/ operation / treatment & disposal system. STD Code, Phone No. - FAX No. - Address a) Individual b) Proprietary concern. YES c) Partnership Firm (Whether registered or Unregistered) d) Joint family concern. e) Private Limited Company. f) Public Limited Company. g) Government Company. i. State Government. ii. Central Government. iii. Union Territory. h) Foreign Company (If a foreign company, the details of registration, Incorporation etc.,) (a) Any other Association or Body S.J.Harvi Iron Ore Mine Lakshmipur village, Sandur taluka, Bellary district, Karnataka. Lakshmipur village, Sandur taluka, Bellary district Karnataka. 5. Location of industry with respect to - Sensitive areas like Biosphere, Reservoir, Forest, Mangrove, River, Archaeological 2

24 Monuments, major Town & Cities 6. Name & designation of the person incharge of pollution control in the industry. 7. Size of the unit SSI/Medium Scale/Large Scale Project Proponent Large Scale 8. Date of Commissioning. Existing mine 9. Number of Employees (The total number including office staff and contract labour and labour on roll shall be furnished). 10. Product Manufactured. (Total List of products/byproducts with the production capacity (Licensed and installed) per month shall be furnished) 11. Details of license, if any, obtained under the provisions of industrial Regulation Act List of raw materials and chemicals consumed per month (enclose list). 13. Brief manufacturing process (Please attach flow-chart and material balance statement). 335 Expansion with the proposed production of 3.1 mio.tpa of iron ore 14. Water Consumption Details: Source of Water Lts/day Water meter is provided or not for each source separately (Yes/No) a) Bore well No b) Public Supply (BWS&SB, KIADB, etc.) - - c) River. - - d) Purchased through tankers. - - e) Others specify - - 3

25 15. Water Consumption & Discharge Details: (Attach water balance flow sheet) Water consumed for Consumption Discharge (Lts/day) (Lts/day) (a) Domestic Use (b) Afforestation & Dust Suppression (c) Industrial purpose 1. Process* Nil Nil 2. Washings* Nil Nil 3. Boiler feed Nil Nil 4. Cooling Nil Nil 5. Others (Specify) Mine Discharge Nil Nil * Please indicate separately the water consumption whereby water gets polluted & the pollutants are easily biodegradable/not easily biodegradable. 16. Treatment system and Disposal Details: (enclose analysis reports wherever applicable) Effluent (waste water) generated from Treatment Units Provided Final disposal point (Land, sewer, river) (a) Domestic (b) Industrial (1) Process (2)Boiler Blowdown (3) De Min backwash (4) Washings & workshops (5) Cooling (Whether recycled completely) (6) Others specify a) Attach the characteristic of process effluent from different operation, combined and the final effluent discharge quantity. b) Extent of land available in Acres if the treated water is used on land for irrigation/gardening. c) Nature of plantation carried out (Attach Agricultural Management plan provided / proposed) d) What are the monitoring facilities available or proposed. Given in EIA Report e) Treatment method adopted Proposed to consultancy recognized by MoEF 4

26 1. Industrial (Attach treatment process flow- sheet and design details, quality of treatment achieved / expected). 2. Domestic (Attach treatment process flow- sheet and design details, quality of treatment achieved / expected). 17. (a) Is there a Staff Quarters / colony / Township. No - Location - No. of Quarters - No. of people residing (b) Quantity of water used - Quantity of Sewage - Quantity of garbage generated (c) Treatment and disposal facility for sewage and garbage (Give details). Note: In case the solid waste is disposed through outside agencies or sold out, the relevant documents and log-book shall be maintained and shall be submitted whenever asked for. 18. (a) DETAILS OF SOLID WASTE GENERATION: Description of Waste Quantity Method of collection Mode of disposal Over burden for life of mine mio. tons The generated waste will be loaded into the tippers. Disposed in the nonmineralized ground within the lease hold area as per IBM guidelines (b) Is the solid waste categorized under Hazardous Waste (Management & Handling) Rules, If so, furnish category characteristics, quantity and mode of handling and disposal. No 5

27 19. (i) Investment made for water pollution control in Rupees. (ii) (a) For local Authorities/ Layout Townships. - Population. - Source of water supply. - Quantity of water supply. - Quantity of sewage generated. - Is underground drainage facility provided Yes/No/Partial - - Is treatment facility provided (If yes or proposed, Yes/No OR Proposed - Not give details of the treatment scheme). Applicable - Final disposal of sewage. - Quantity of garbage generated. - Method of collection & disposal. (b) Hotels - Class of Hotel. - Whether lodging facility provided (if yes, number of accompany). Yes/No - - Water source. - Quantity of water. - Quantity of sewage generated. - Treatment & disposal of sewage. - Quantity of garbage generated & disposal Yes/No/Partial - - Facility for electroplating provided, if so details. - Facility for laundry provided, if so details. (c) For Hospitals & Nursing Homes - Nos. of Beds. - Facilities like OT/X-ray Lab etc. - Source of water supply. - Quantity of water supply. - Quantity of sewage. - Quantity of trade effluent. - Is UGD facility provided. - Is treatment facility provided for sewage/trade effluent/hospital waste. - Final disposal of sewage. - Quantity of bio-medical waste generated with categories as specified by bio-medical waste rules. - Method of collection & disposal. 6

28 (d) For Mining S.J.Harvi Iron Ore Mine Location. Lakshmipur village, Sandur taluka, Bellary district, Karnataka. Lease area in hectares Ha Active mining area in hectares. - Mining details such as quantity in LTPA 3.10 Mio.TPA of Iron ore Mine lease validity date IBM approval date, (Please enclose IBM approved copy, mine lease copy) Whether open cast mining or deep mining. Nos. of employees (please furnish office staff, contract labour & labour on roll). Quantity of water used with source. Quantity of sewage. Treatment & disposal of sewage. Action taken to control soil erosion/disturbance of settled earth Open Cast Mechanized Mining 335 Proposed maximum of m 3 / day sourced from Ground water & Pit water Nil Check Dam, Gully Plugs, retention walls, Propagation of grass species & Agave etc. 20. Whether the Effluent Treatment Plant (ETP) is completely put up & is in operation (for existing industry). Yes/No/Partly Put up/requires Upgradation, if so, what is the proposal & time-bound programme. 21. Whether the ETP is working satisfactorily, & able to treat the effluents to the standards specified by the Board (for existing industry) 22. Date, month & year by which the ETP will be completed (for existing industry). 23. Whether cess returns are being filed every month (for existing industry). 24. Whether the Environmental Audit Statement is submitted for the current financial year (for existing industry). Date/ Month/Year Yes/No Yes/No/Applicable 7

29 25. Whether the Environmental Management system followed by the industry/local authority / layout / township / hospital / hotel (attach details). Yes 26. Whether covered under the PLI Act, if so, furnish the policy number, expiry date & the insured amount. Yes/No. If yes, Policy No. Expiry Date Insured amount. 27. Total gross capital investment of the unit in Rupees (this shall be inclusive of land, building, plant, machinery & any other movable & immovable assets in the name of the industry without depreciation. Please enclose copy of the extract from the balance sheet with latest fixed investment schedule). Rs.3.0 Crores 28. Consent fee Details (only through DD) DD No. Dated for Rs. /- In favour of the Karnataka State Pollution Control Board, as fees payable under Section 25 of the Act & Rule 32 of the Water Rules. 29. I/We further declare that the above furnished information is true & correct to the best of my/our knowledge. I am aware that the any wrong information furnished, is punishable under Section 44 of the Act. 30. I/We hereby submit that, in case of change either of the point of discharge or the quantity of discharge or its quality, a fresh application for consent shall be made & until such consent is granted no change shall be made. 31. I/We hereby agree to submit to the State Board any application for renewal of consent four months in advance of the date of expiry of the consent for outlet/discharge if to be continued thereafter. 32. I/We undertake to furnish any other information within one month of its being called by the State Board. Yours faithfully For M/s V.S.Lad & Sons Sri Eknath V Lad Managing Partner (Name & Signature of the Occupier) 8

30 KARNATAKA STATE POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD FORM - I (To be submitted in triplicate) Application for consent for discharge of emission/continuation of discharge of emission under Section 21 of the Air (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, 1981 (See Rule 20). (OFFICE USE ONLY) Category: Large/Medium/Small Red/Orange/Green Capital Investment: Rs. Consent Fee Paid: Rs. Previous consent expired on: From: Dated: M/S V.S. Lad & Sons Prashanth Niwas, Krishnanagar Sandur Bellary district, Karnataka To: The Member Secretary Karnataka State Pollution Control Board 8th floor, P.U.Building M.G.Road Bangalore Divisional Through the Environmental Officer / Deputy Environmental Officer Office/Regional Office : Bellary I/We hereby apply for the renewal/first Consent under Section 21 of the Air (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, 1981, to make emissions from the mine owned by M/s V.S. Lad & Sons for the period from to. The other relevant information is given below: 1

31 1. Name & address of the Applicant (Occupier's name, Designation & Correspondence address). STD Code, Phone No Fax No Address - M/S V.S. Lad & Sons Prashanth Niwas, Krishnanagar Sandur Bellary district, Karnataka 2. (a) Name and address of the industry. S.J.Harvi Iron Ore Mine Lakshmipur village, Sandur taluka, Bellary district, Karnataka. - Survey No./Plot No. of land STD Code, Phone No. - - FAX No Address. - (b) Whether the plant area is declared as prohibited area; if yes, state the name of the authority and furnish copy of order under which the area has been declared as prohibited area. 2.1 Indicate the present use of the land in the vicinity of (10 Kms Radius) the site. (a) (i) Human settlement more than 1000 population (specify the name of Village/Population and distance from plant). (b) (ii) Sanctuary - National Park- Hills- Mountains-Mangroves, Backwater of Reservoir, etc., (Mention the distance and direction from the site). (c) (iii) Ancient monument (mention the distance and direction from the site). 2.2 (a) Total land area. (b) Excavated area. (c) Vacant Land. (d) Greenbelt area. (e) Stock Yard 2.3 Name & designation of the persons in-charge of pollution control in the industry. 3. Size of the unit (SSI/Medium Scale/Large Scale) Given in EIA Report The details are provided in EIA/EMP Nil Nil Total Area: Ha Excavated area: ha Green belt : ha Stock yard: 4.01 ha Vacant Land :25.09 ha Project Proponent Large Scale 2

32 4. Date of Commissioning. Existing Mine 5. Number of Employees (The total number including office staff & contract labour and labour on roll shall be furnished). 6. Products manufactured. (Total list of products/byproducts with the production capacity per month shall be furnished). 335 (a) Installed capacity. - (b) Consented capacity. - (c) Any diversification/expansion (give details) List of raw materials consumed per month (Tons/month). (a) Present raw-materials used (enclose list) (b) Proposed raw-materials (enclose list) 8. Brief manufacturing process (please attach flow-chart, water & material balance statement). (a) Flow-chart. ( Attached / Not Attached) (b) Water & material balance statement & chart. 9. (a) The air pollution sources are shown below: Sl. No Source of Pollution Type of Fuel Sulphur content Consumption Kgs/ hr T/hr in in case case of of liquid agro fuel based fuel Expansion with the proposed production of 3.1 Mio.TPA of iron ore. Chimney height (m) & air pollution control system provided / proposed Chimney height (m) & air pollution control system required as per previous consent (b) Detailed technical specification of air pollution control equipment, final flue gas emission rate, temperature, concentration of air pollutants shall be furnished in case of new plant along with schematic flow chart showing the source and the pollution control equipments in section (c) Details of solid/liquid waste generated during the process of air pollution control. 3

33 Solid. (i) Ash - Bottom Ash (T/Day) (ii) Fly Ash (T/Day) (iii) Other Solid Waste/by-product. (T/Day) Type of handling & disposal (Give details) (i) Writ up. (ii) Schematic diagram. (iii) Future Use. Liquid. (i) Quantity. (ii) Characteristics. (iii) Mode of storage & handling. 10. Analysis report of each air pollution source (mg/nm 3 ) S. No Stack attached to Gas Quantity cubic meter / hr Temp o C Exit gas velocity m/s Analysis of Flue Gas process/emission SO 2 SPM CO CO 2 NO X HC Others Ambient air quality data. Given in EIA / EMP Report (a) For new industry, background emission data & GLC's after installation of proposed industry Enclosed in EIA report shall be furnished. (b) The existing industry shall furnish the statistical interpretation of Ambient Air quality Enclosed in EIA report Data collected during the previous consent period, along with graphical representation. 12. Whether the air pollution control systems are completely put up & are in operation. ( Yes/No/Partly Put up/requires Up gradation) 13. Whether the air pollution control systems are letting the emissions within the standards stipulated by the Board. Fugitive Dust Generated at Mine and Haulage road will be controlled by sprinkling of water 14. Date, Month & Year by which the air 4

34 pollution control system will be completely putup. (Date/Month/Year.) 15. Noise Pollution. - Source. - Noise control measure. - Noise level at plant boundary. 16. Whether environmental management system followed by the industry/local authority/layout/township (attach details). 17. Whether covered under the PLI Act, if so, furnish the policy number, expiry date & the insured amount. Yes/No Yes/No., if yes, Policy No. Expiry Date. Insured Amount. (Rs.) 18. (a) Total fixed assets of the unit in Rupees as on (this shall be inclusive of land, building, plant, assets in the name of the industry without depreciation. Please enclose latest balance sheet copy also. If the plant is on lease, the lease agreement copy and the lease amount shall be furnished). (b) The estimated expenditure/incurred on implementation of air pollution control measures. (c) Estimated cost for upgradation of air pollution control measures, give the details and the proposed date of completion of the work. (d) Annual operation & maintenance cost of air pollution control measures. -Drilling, Excavation etc -Ear Plugs / Muffs for employees working in noise generation areas < 55 db (A) Yes Rs.3 Crores Rs.20 Lakhs 5

35 19. Consent fee Details (only through DD) DD No. Dated for Rs. /- In favour of the Karnataka State Pollution Control Board, as fees payable under Section 21 of the Act. 20. I/We further declare that the above furnished information is true & correct to the best of my/our knowledge. We are ware that any wrong information furnished, is punishable under Air Act. 21. I/We hereby submit that, in case of change either of the point of discharge or the quantity of discharge or its quality, a fresh application for consent shall be made & until such consent is granted no change shall be made. 21. I/We hereby submit that, in case of change either of the point of discharge or the quantity of discharge or its quality, a fresh application for consent shall be made & until such consent is granted no change shall be made. 23. I/We undertake to furnish any other information within one month of its being called by the State Board. Yours faithfully For M/s V.S.Lad & Sons, Sri Eknath V Lad Managing Partner (Name & Signature of the Occupier) 6

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