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1 COMPLIANCE OF CONDITIONS GIVEN IN ENVIRONMENT CLEARANCE (No. : SEIAA/GUJ/EC/5(f)/228/2016 dated 31/03/2016) FOR SETTING UP NEW MTPA MELAMINE PLANT WITHIN THE EXISTING COMPLEX Sr. Conditions No. A.1 SPECIFIC CONDITION 1 Entire quantity of Intermediate product - Molten Urea shall be used for captive consumption for Melamine plants only. Present Status of the Project : A.2 WATER 2 The additional water consumption for the proposed expansion shall not exceed KL/day. Unit shall reuse KL/day of waste water. Hence, requirement of fresh water shall not exceed KL/day. 3 Fresh water shall be met through existing French wells in Mahi River. Permission from the Concern authority for additional water requirement shall be obtained. Agreed Compliance Status (Period Apr. 17 to Sept. 17) Almost completed detail engineering, procurement and construction work. Erection of equipment and piping is ongoing. Internals installation has been started. The additional water consumption for the proposed expansion shall be within prescribed limits. Cooling water will be reused ( KLD) after treatment at Reverse Osmosis unit; and Out of total condensate generated within plant i.e KLD, KLD will be used as DMW directly and KLD will be exported to utility for generation of steam. So total quantity of reuse will be KLD. The requirement of fresh water is KL/day for cooling water make up, make up in utility unit for steam generation and domestic purpose. For Existing GSFC complex, GSFC is withdrawing water from its own French wells located in Mahi river for operation of the plants. GSFC got permission for 6.75 MGD from Vadodara Irrigation Division (VID) for the year Avg. water drawn for the year is Page 1 of 25

2 4 The water meter shall be installed and records of daily and monthly water consumption shall be maintained MGD for GSFC complex. Water balance diagram for the financial year is given in our letter dated 29/09/16. For Melamine Project, Orifice type Flow meter FT 8001 is installed in 8 Raw water line going to cooling tower. The FT is having DCS indication in control room for FI and FQI i.e. flow reading and flow totalizer. No ground water shall be tapped for the project requirements in any case. 5 Total industrial waste water generation from the proposed expansion shall not exceed KL/day [Process condensate (187.8 KL/day), cooling tower bleed of ( KL/day) & Process waste water (722.5 KL/day)] 6 Process condensate (187.8 KL/day) shall be directly reused in process plant (90.6 KL/day) and for Boiler feed (97.2 KL/day). 7 Process waste water (722.5 KL/day) along with Cooling tower bleed off (1199.9) will further passed through RO plant of capacity 1950 KL/day. 8 RO permeate ( KL/day) shall be reused in CT make-up. 9 RO reject ( KL/day) shall be disposed to Vadodara Enviro Channel Limited (VECL) common effluent channel along with treated effluent of existing plants for ultimate disposal to estuary of Mahi River. 10 The domestic wastewater generation shall not exceed 6 KL/day after the proposed expansion and it shall be disposed off through septic tank - soak pit. 11 The company shall provide adequate RO system and it shall be operated regularly and efficiently to achieve the GPCB norms at the final outlet. Yes, Refer Point No.3. Yes. However; with subsequent planning; cooling tower bleed and process waste water will be treated in RO unit and only one stream of RO reject shall be discharged to VECL. Please read process condensate KLD as steam condensate. Yes KLD will be used as DMW for new project and KLD will be exported to utility. Yes. Refer point 5. Yes. Refer point 2. Yes. Refer point 5. Plant domestic wastewater 6KL/day will be sent to new septic tank soak pit. GSFC will install RO plant of adequate capacity (1950 KL/day) for the project and it will be operated regularly and efficiently to achieve the GPCB norms at the final outlet. 12 The unit shall provide metering facility at inlet Metering facility at inlet and outlet of RO Page 2 of 25

3 and outlet of the ETPs & reuse system and maintain records for the same. 13 The unit shall provide online monitoring system for monitoring of ph, TOC & flow of treated effluent with an arrangement to reflect the monitored data on the company's server, which can be accessed by the GPCB on real time basis. 14 A proper logbook of the ETP operation, effluent discharge quality and quantity, reuse of waste water, power consumption, chemical consumption etc. shall be maintained and shall be furnished to the GPCB from time to time. 15 Regular performance evaluation of the ETP shall be undertaken every year to check its adequacy, through reputed institute / organization and its records shall be maintained. 16 Rain water harvesting of surface as well as rooftop runoff shall be undertaken and the same water shall be used for the various activities of the project to conserve fresh water as well as to recharge ground water. Before recharging the surface run off, pretreatment must be done to remove suspended matter. 17 The unit shall join and participate financially and technically for any common environmental facility / infrastructure as and when the same is taken up either by the GIDC or GPCB or any such authority created plant will be provided and records will be maintained for the same. Please note that one auto sampler is also provided in RO reject line going to VECL. Real time Online Monitoring System is already provided on GSFC s final effluent discharge lines at Koyali outfall in July 2014 for the effluent parameters like ph, COD, BOD, TSS & NH4-N and it is connected to GPCB & CPCB server. GSFC has installed 2 nos. Flow meters on final effluent discharge lines. Moreover VECL has also installed 2 Nos. flow meters on GSFC s effluent discharge lines at Koyali outfall. EC Div. is maintaining logbook of the ETPs operation, effluent discharge quality and quantity, power consumption, chemical consumption etc. The data is given in Annexure-I. Data is also furnished to GPCB during their visit and as a part of different returns. Performance & adequacy of the ETPs is evaluated every year by Schedule- I Auditor as a part of Env. Audit. Env. Audit report is maintained. GSFC has installed 16 rainwater harvesting recharge wells in its complex phase manner in 2009 & 2012 to manage the storm water runoff and augment groundwater table. Separate system has been considered for storm water channels and same will be connected to GSFC s existing storm water channel. Surface run off will be collected in curbed area and shall be reused back to Process. GSFC shall join and participate financially and technically for any common environmental facility / infrastructure as and when the same is taken up either by the GIDC or GPCB or any such authority Page 3 of 25

4 for this purpose by the Govt. / GIDC. created for this purpose by the Govt. / GIDC. A.3 AIR 18 Natural gas to the tune of 1104 SCM/hr shall be used for proposed gas fired heater (furnace). 19 HSD to the tune of 650 ltrs/hr shall be used as fuel for proposed stand-by DG set (3000 KVA). 20 Acoustic enclosure shall be provided to the DG sets to mitigate the noise pollution. 21 Stack of adequate height shall be provided as per the prevailing norms for flue gas emissions. NG will be used in two furnaces and total consumption shall be within 1104 Sm3/hr Shall be followed as and when required. Shall be followed accordingly. Has been taken care in the design of the plant and will be provided accordingly. 22 Unit shall provide wet scrubbers as APCM for scrubbing of Ammonia from Off gases containing Ammonia. 23 The scrubbed stream shall be taken to the Waste Water Desorber (K-5441) for ammonia recovery and recovered ammonia shall be taken back to process. 24 Bag filters shall be proposed as APCM with Melamine pneumatic transport system for control of Melamine dust. Collected dust shall be send back to bagging section. 25 Unit shall provide Wet Scrubber with Melamine Dryer plant for control of NH3 and CO2. 26 Online monitoring system shall be installed on the flue gas and process stacks to monitor the pollutant concentrations. An arrangement shall also be made for reflecting the online monitoring results on the company's server, which can be accessed by the GPCB on real time basis. 27 The air pollution control systems shall be operated efficiently and effectively to achieve Has been taken care in the design of the plant and will be provided accordingly. Has been taken care in the design of the plant and will be provided accordingly. Has been taken care in the design of the plant. Collected dust shall be used back as a product. Has been taken care in the design of the plant and will be provided accordingly. OMS system will be installed on the flue gas and process stacks listed below; 1. Gas Fired Heater (Furnace) - NOX 2. Melamine dryer (MP Absorber LP Absorber)- PM, NOX, NH3 3. Melamine Pneumatic Transport System - PM 4. Vent Scrubber NH3 However, manual monitoring for all the parameters will be carried out for each stack at regular interval by third party. Shall be taken care of accordingly. Quality of gaseous emission from existing plants is Page 4 of 25

5 the norms prescribed by the GPCB/CPCB at vent / stack outlets. At no time, emission level should go beyond the stipulated standards. 28 The company shall prepare schedule and carry out regular preventive maintenance of APCMs and assign responsibility of preventive maintenance to the senior officer of the company. 29 The fugitive emission in the work zone environment shall be monitored. The emission shall conform to the standards prescribed by the concerned authorities from time to time (e.g. Directors of Industrial Safety & Health). Following indicative guidelines shall also be followed to reduce the fugitive emission. Internal roads shall be either concreted or asphalted or paved properly to reduce the fugitive emission during vehicular movement. Air borne dust shall be controlled with water sprinklers at suitable locations in the plant. A green belt shall be developed all around the plant boundary and also along the roads to mitigate fugitive & transport dust emission. 30 Airborne dust at all transfers operations/ points shall be controlled either by spraying water or providing enclosures. A proper Leak Detection and Repair (LDAR) 31 program shall be prepared and implemented as per the CPCB guidelines. 32 Regular monitoring of ground level concentrations of SO2, NOx, PM10, PM2.5 and NH3 shall be carried out in the impact zone and its records shall be maintained. within the stipulated standard and given in Annexure I. Shall be taken care of accordingly. The fugitive emission in the work place environment shall be monitored and shall be ensured conforming to standard prescribed by concerned authorities like DISH. For existing plants, work place monitoring is carried out at 55 different locations within premises through third party. Moreover, GSFC has installed 22 Nos. Ammonia and 8 Nos. Sulphur Dioxide Gas Detectors in different plants. Asphalt roads exist in the company premises. All internal roads shall also be made asphalted. There shall be no air borne dust within the plant. A green belt (32.6%) is already developed around the GSFC complex and also along the roads to mitigate fugitive & transport emission. Has been taken care in the design of the plant. Has been taken care in the design of the plant. Ambient air monitoring is carried out at 4 Nos. locations through NABL approved lab, M/s. Prakruti Environmental Engineers, Vadodara (NABL Certificate No: T- 2943, Validity: 18/05/2018). Record is also Page 5 of 25

6 maintained. Ambient air quality levels shall not exceed the standards stipulated by the GPCB. If at any stage these levels are found to exceed the prescribed limits, necessary additional control measures shall be taken immediately. The location of the stations and frequency of monitoring shall be decided in consultation with the GPCB. A.4 SOLID / HAZARDOUS WASTE 33 The company shall strictly comply with the rules and regulations with regards to handling and disposal of Hazardous waste in accordance with the Hazardous Waste (Management, Handing and Transboundary Movement) Rules 2008, as may be amended from time to time. Authorization of the GPCB must be obtained for collection / treatment / storage / disposal of hazardous wastes. 34 Hazardous wastes shall be dried, packed and stored in separate designated hazardous waste storage facility with pucca bottom and leachate collection facility, before its disposal. 35 Molten Salt and Carbon Cartridge shall be disposed off at the Common TSDF site. 36 Activated Carbon and Dowtherm shall be sent to the Common Hazardous Waste Incineration Facility (CHWIF). Average conc. for a period Apr. 17 to Sept.17 for SO2, NOx, & NH3 is 17.8, 23.0 & Nil µg/m3 respectively, which is within the permissible limit. RSPM (Avg. all locations - PM , PM µg/m3) is higher at certain locations due to proximity of local roads & highway. Details are given in Annexure I. AAQM monthly avg. results are also submitted to SPCB as a part of Monthly Patrak and annually as a part of Form 4. Moreover, 4 nos. of online ambient air quality monitoring station (AAQMS) are installed in Nov. 13 at the periphery of premise after intimation to GPCB having PM10, PM2.5, NOx, SO2 & NH3 monitoring facility. Online AAQMS are connected to GPCB & CPCB server. Hazardous wastes of existing facilities are handled and disposed as per Hazardous Waste rules. Details of Hazardous Waste are given in Annexure- I. The same shall be followed for handling hazardous waste of Melamine-III plant. Authorization under HWMH Rules has been obtained vide CCA order No. AWH of GPCB, valid up to 31/12/21. Shall be followed for handling hazardous waste. Molten Salt and Carbon Cartridge shall be disposed off at the Common TSDF site of M/s. SEPPL, Kutch OR M/s. NECL, Nadesari. Activated Carbon and Dowtherm shall be sent to the Common Hazardous Waste Incineration Facility (CHWIF). Page 6 of 25

7 37 The unit shall obtain necessary permission from the nearby authorized TSDF site and CHWIF. 38 Discarded barrels / containers / bags / liners shall be either reused or returned back to suppliers or sold only to the authorized vendors after decontamination. 39 Used oil shall be sold only to the registered recyclers. 40 Vehicles used for transportation of hazardous waste shall be in accordance with the provisions under the Motor Vehicle Act, 1988, and rules made there under. 41 All possible efforts shall be made for Co- Processing of the Hazardous waste prior to disposal into TSDF/CHWIF. A.5 SAFETY 42 The company shall strictly comply with the rules and regulations under Manufacture, Storage and Import of Hazardous Chemicals Rules, 1989 as amended. 43 The project authorities shall strictly comply with the provisions made in Manufacture, Storage and Import of Hazardous Chemicals Rules 1989, as amended in 2000 and the Public Liability Insurance Act for handling of hazardous chemicals etc. Necessary approvals from the Chief Controller of Explosives and concerned Govt. Authorities shall be obtained before commissioning of the project. Requisite On-site and Off-site Disaster Management Plans have to be prepared and implemented. 44 Storage of flammable chemicals shall be sufficiently away from the production area. 45 Sufficient no. of fire extinguishers shall be provided near the plant and storage area. 46 All necessary precautionary measures shall be taken to avoid any kind of accident during GSFC is already a member of TSDF site and CHWIF of M/s. SEPPL, Kutch & M/s. NECL, Nadesari Discarded barrels / containers / bags / liners, generated from existing plants, are sold only to the authorized vendors after decontamination. Used Oil of existing plants is sold only to registered re-refiner. It is a regular practice for disposal of wastes generated from existing plants. GSFC will make efforts for exploring Co- Processing of the Hazardous waste prior to disposal into TSDF/CHWIF. All the required Acts shall be followed in co ordination with safety Dept. for propose M- III plant All the required Acts and Rules shall be followed in co ordination with safety Dept. Approvals from the Chief Controller of Explosives and concerned Govt. Authorities shall also be obtained before commissioning of the project. On-site and Off-site Disaster Management Plans are in place for the existing complex and the same shall also be followed for Melamine-III plant. Necessary precautionary measures have been taken at design stage. Fire water network is designed & installed as per DISH requirement. Necessary precautionary measures have been taken at design stage. Page 7 of 25

8 storage and handling of toxic / hazardous chemicals. 47 All the toxic/hazardous chemicals shall be stored in optimum quantity and all necessary permissions in this regard shall be obtained before commencing the expansion activities. 48 The project management shall ensure to comply with all the environment protection measures, risk mitigation measures and safeguards mentioned in the Risk Assessment report. 49 Wherever applicable, Only flame proof electrical fittings shall be provided in the plant premises. 50 Storage of hazardous chemicals shall be minimized and it shall be in multiple small capacity tanks / containers instead of one single large capacity tank / containers. 51 All the storage tanks shall be fitted with appropriate controls to avoid any leakages. Bund/dyke walls shall be provided for storage tanks for Hazardous Chemicals. 52 Handling and charging of the chemicals shall be done in closed manner by pumping or by vacuum transfer so that minimal human exposure occurs. 53 Company shall have their own full-fledged occupational health centre (OHC) for monitoring the health of the employees/workers. 54 Personal Protective Equipments shall be provided to workers and its usage shall be ensured and supervised. Shall be followed accordingly Will be followed strictly. Noted Not applicable Appropriate controls have been considered at design stage. Noted GSFC has its own full-fledged occupational health centre (OHC) located in the complex. PPEs provided to workers for the construction activities by contractors and regularly ensured by GSFC 55 First Aid Box and required Antidotes for the chemicals used in the unit shall be made readily available in adequate quantity. 56 Training shall be imparted to all the workers on safety and health aspects of chemicals handling. Made available by contractors and kept in the plant premises for use of workers. Regular training on safety and health aspects are organised by safety and Medical Services department and workers are deputed for the same. 57 Occupational health surveillance of the Shall be carried out accordingly in Page 8 of 25

9 workers shall be done and its records shall be maintained. Pre-employment and periodical medical examination for all the workers shall be undertaken as per the Factories Act & Rules. 58 Transportation of hazardous chemicals shall be done as per the provisions of the Motor Vehicle Act & Rules. 59 The company shall implement all preventive and mitigation measures suggested in the Risk Assessment Report. 60 Necessary permissions from various statutory authorities like PESO, Factory Inspectorate and others shall be obtained prior to commissioning of the project. 61 All transporting routes within the factory premise shall have paved roads to minimize splashes and spillages. A.6 NOISE: 62 The overall noise level in and around the plant area shall be kept well within the standards by providing noise control measures including engineering control like acoustic insulations, hoods, silencers, enclosures etc. on all source of noise generation. The ambient noise level shall confirm to the standards prescribed under The Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 & Rules. A.7 CLEANER PRODUCTION AND WASTE MINIMISATION: 63 The unit shall undertake the Cleaner Production Assessment study through a reputed institute / organization and shall form a CP team in the company. The recommendations thereof along with the compliance shall be furnished to the GPCB. coordination with Factory Medical Unit. Shall be followed. Will be followed strictly All the required permissions shall be obtained in co-ordination with safety Dept. prior to commissioning of the project. Paved road already exists in the premises. Criteria for keeping noise level i.e. 89 DB within allowed range has been strictly defined while designing the machineries. Presently, Noise monitoring is carried out at 80 different locations within premises and at ambient air monitoring stations. Avg. noise at periphery of premise is 55 db(a) during day time & 50 db(a) during night time for a period Apr.17 to Sept.17, which is well within limit. Details are given in Annexure I The process given by Licensor Casale fully takes care of waste minimization. In the process itself there are two sections pertaining to treatment of waste streams of by products and urea. The waste streams are distilled and absorbed to minimize the Page 9 of 25

10 064 The unit shall also undertake following waste minimization measures : a. Metering and control of quantities of active ingredients to minimize waste. b. Use of automated and enclosed filling to minimize spillage. c. Reuse of by-products / materials recovered from the process as raw materials or raw materials substitutes in other process. d. Venting equipment through vapour recovery system. e. Use of high pressure hoses for equipment cleaning to reduce wastewater generation. f. Dry cleaning / mopping of floor instead of floor washing g. Regular preventive maintenance to avoid leakage, spillage etc. A.8 GREEN BELT AND OTHER PLANTATION: 65 The unit shall develop green belt within premises as per the CPCB guidelines. However, if the adequate land is not available within the premises, waste. No gaseous stream from the plant either process vent or safety valve outlet is being vented to atmosphere directly without scrubbing. Dedicated vessels like K5210 (vent absorber), K0501 and K0502 (Absorbers) are provided to take care of final venting norms. Metering is provided on effluent pump discharge line. Automated bagging system with complete dust recovery has been considered. RO permeate will be recycled as raw water for cooling tower make-up. All the vapours generated will be vented after treatment in off gas treatment and melamine sections. Shall be complied Will be implemented accordingly. Preventive maintenance is a regular practice in GSFC and will be followed in this project also. Green belt already exists in GSFC complex. GSFC has developed green belt area in about 32.6 % land area and continuously maintaining the same. Total Area : 811 acre (Factory premise & Township); Green Belt Area : 264 acre Ha the unit shall take up adequate plantation on road sides and suitable open areas in GIDC estate or any other open areas in consultation with the GIDC / GPCB and submit an action plan of plantation for next three years to the GPCB. GSFC has also made adequate plantation on road sides and other open areas. 66 Drip irrigation / low-volume, low-angle Drip irrigation / low-volume, low-angle Page 10 of 25

11 sprinkler system shall be used for the green belt development within the premises. B. OTHER CONDITIONS: 67 In the event of failure of any pollution control system adopted by the unit, the unit shall be safely closed down and shall not be restarted until the desired efficiency of the control equipment has been achieved. 68 All the recommendations, mitigation measures, environmental protection measures and safeguards proposed in the EIA report of the project prepared by M/s: Eco Chem Sales & Services, Surat & submitted vide letter no. NIL dated 21/12/15 and commitments made during presentation before SEAC and proposed in the EIA report shall be strictly adhered to in letter and spirit. 69 A separate Environment Management Cell equipped with full fledged laboratory facilities and qualified personnel shall be set up to carry out the Environment Management and Monitoring functions and a separate budget shall be allocated for this purpose. sprinkler system is already used for the green belt development within the premises. Will be followed strictly. Will be followed strictly. GSFC has separate environment cell and having full fledged laboratory facilities & qualified personnel. Separate budget is also allocated for environmental dept. activities every year. 70 The project authorities must strictly adhere to the stipulations made by the Gujarat Pollution Control Board (GPCB), State Government and any statutory authority. 71 During material transfer, spillages shall be avoided and garland drain be constructed to avoid mixing of accidental spillages with domestic wastewater or storm water. 72 Pucca flooring / impervious layer shall be provided in the work areas, chemical storage areas and chemical handling areas to minimize soil contamination. Actual expenses for Environment Management Cell for the year is Rs crores. Will be followed strictly. Proper care will be taken to avoid such contamination. Shall be Complied. 73 Leakages from the pipes, pumps, shall be Any leakage shall be attended immediately Page 11 of 25

12 minimal and if occurs, shall be arrested promptly. 74 No further expansion or modifications in the plant likely to cause environmental impacts shall be carried out without obtaining prior Environment Clearance from the concerned authority. 75 The above conditions will be enforced, interalia under the provisions of the Water (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act,1974, Air (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, 1981, the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986, Hazardous Wastes (Management, Handling and Transboundary Movement) Rules, 2008 and the Public Liability Insurance Act, 1991 along with their amendments and rules. 76 The project proponent shall comply all the conditions mentioned in The Companies (Corporate Social Responsibility Policy) Rules, 2014 and its amendments from time to time in a letter and spirit. 77 The project management shall ensure that unit complies with all the environment protection measures, risk mitigation measures and safeguards recommended in the EMP report and Risk assessment study report as well as proposed by project proponent. 78 The project authorities shall earmark adequate funds to implement the conditions stipulated by SEIAA as well as GPCB along with the implementation schedule for all the conditions stipulated herein. The funds so provided shall not be diverted for any other purpose. 79 The applicant shall inform the public that the project has been accorded environmental clearance by the SEIAA and that the copies of the clearance letter are available with the GPCB and may also be seen at the website of SEIAA/SEAC/GPCB. This shall be advertised within seven days from the date of even during trial runs with water steam, air etc. Noted Noted. CSR is ongoing activity Rs crore spent as a part of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in Shall be complied. The fund earmarked to implement the environment protection measures has been utilized for intended purpose only. Environment expenses of existing plants for financial year is Rs crores. GSFC has published advertisement of Env. Clearance in local news papers i.e. Indian Express & Sandesh newspapers on 15/04/2016. The copy of same is forwarded by letter no- SVP/EC-Mel-Exp/2016 on dated 16 April 2016 to SEIAA. Page 12 of 25

13 the clearance letter, in at least two local newspapers that are widely circulated in the region, one of which shall be in the gujarati language and the other in English. A copy of the same shall be forwarded to the concerned Regional Office of the Ministry. 80 The project proponent shall also comply with any additional condition that may be imposed by the SEAC or the SEIAA or any other competent authority for the purpose of the environmental protection and management. 81 It shall be mandatory for the project management to submit half-yearly compliance report in respect of the stipulated prior environmental clearance terms and conditions in hard and soft copies to the regulatory authority concerned, on 1st June and 1st December of each calendar year. 82 Concealing factual data or submission of false/fabricated data and failure to comply with any of the conditions mentioned above may result in withdrawal of this clearance and attract action under the provisions of Environment (Protection) Act, The project authorities shall also adhere to the stipulations made by the Gujarat Pollution Control Board. 84 The SEIAA may revoke or suspend the clearance, if implementation of any of the conditions is not found satisfactory. 85 The company in a time bound manner shall implement these conditions. The SEIAA reserves the right to stipulate additional conditions, if the same is found necessary. 86 The project authorities shall inform the GPCB, Regional Office of the Ministry and SEIAA, the date of financial closure and final approval of the project by the concerned authorities and the date of start of the project. 87 This environmental clearance is valid for seven years from the date of issue. Shall be complied. Subject reports shall be submitted as per prescribed schedule. Noted Noted and will be taken care of. The implementation of all the conditions will be done satisfactorily. Noted and shall be complied. Project approved on 22/12/2014 by Board of Directors. Scheduled date of start of construction activities - April Page 13 of 25

14 88 Any appeal against this environmental clearance shall lie with the National Green Tribunal, if preferred, within a period of 30 days as prescribed under Section 16 of the National Green Tribunal Act, Page 14 of 25

15 Monitoring the Implementation of Environmental Safeguards Ministry of Environment & Forests Western Region, Regional Office, Bhopal MONITORING REPORT PART 1 DATA SHEET No. Conditions Compliance 1. Project type: River-valley / Mining/ Industrial Industry/Thermal/Nuclear/Others(specify) 2. Name of the Project MTPA Melamine Expansion Plant 3. Clearance letter(s) OM No. and date No. SEIAA/GUJ/EC/5(f)/228/2016 dated 31/03/ Location a) District (s) b) State (s) c) Location Latitude / Longitude 5. Address for Correspondence Address of the Concerned Project Chief Engineer (with Pin Code & Telephone/ Telex/ Fax Numbers) 6. Salient Features a) of the Project b) of the Environmental Management Plans 7. Breakup of the Project Area a) Submergence area : Forest & Non-Forest b) Others 8. Break up of the project affected population with enumeration of those Losing Houses / Dwelling Units only, Agricultural Land only, Both Dwelling Units & Agricultural Land &I Vadodara Gujarat N and E Mr. H. N. Gurjar Vice President (Melamine Project Execution) Gujarat State Fertilizers & Chemicals Limited P.O. Fertilizernagar Dist. ; Vadodara, Gujarat Tele. No. : (0265) , Project: Brown field project utilizing the land acquired by scraping old Ammonia plant. EMP: The technology provides a high level safety system with high pressure noncatalytic process with the reaction in liquid phase for the production of proposed Melamine. There is an inbuilt technology for purification and treatment of waste water. Process waste water along with CT blow down will further passed through RO plant of capacity 1950 KLD. RO permeate ( KLD) will be reused in the process. Not Applicable Utilizing existing land by scraping old Ammonia plant. Not Applicable Page 15 of 25

16 Landless Laborers/ Artisans : a) SC, ST / Adivasi b) Others (Please indicate whether these figures are based on any scientific and systematic survey carried out or only provisional figures, if a survey is carried out and give details & year of survey) 9. Financial Details : a) Project Cost as originally planned and subsequent revised estimates and the year of price Reference. b) Allocation made for environmental management plans with item wise and year wise break-up. a) Estimated Cost Rs. 930 Crore -Year Fired heater furnace Not required as NG is used as fuel Vent Scrubber Melamine pneumatic transport system Melamine Dryer MP absorber* LP absorber * Ammonia Scrubber Bag Filter Not required for dryer as NG is used as fuel. Scrubber for NH3, CO2 c) Benefit cost ratio/internal rate of Return and the year of assessment d) Whether (c) includes the cost of environmental management as shown in the above e) Actual expenditure incurred on the Project so far. f) Actual expenditure incurred on the environmental management plans so far. 10 Forest Land Requirement a) The status of approval for diversion of forest land for non-forestry use b) The status of clearing felling. c) The status of compensatory afforestation, if any. c) Not applicable at this stage d) Not applicable e) ~525.5 crores f) All environment aspects are being considered by licensor. Actual costing towards environmental management plans would be available later. Reverse Osmosis (RO) System has been ordered and DOSHI IINO is the vendor. RO package cost is approximately 1.60 crores. Not Applicable Page 16 of 25

17 Comments on the viability & sustainability Of compensatory afforestation program In the light of actual field experience so far 11 The Status of Clear Felling in non-forest Areas (such as submergence area or Reservoir, approach roads), if any with Quantitative information required. Not Applicable 12 Status of Construction (actual and/ or planned) a) Date of commencement (Actual and/or planned) b) Date of completion (Actual and/or planned) 13 Reason for the delay if the project is yet to start 14 Dates of Site Visits a) The dates on which the project was monitored by the Regional Office on previous occasions, if any b) Date of site visits for this monitoring report. 29/03/ /04/ As a part of NOC application, GPCB visited on 21 st and 22 nd March Scientist (D) of MoEF visited on 08/07/17 and GPCB last visited on 14/09/17. Page 17 of 25

18 ANNEXURE - I AVG. CONCENTRATION OF POLLUTANTS FROM EXISTING GSFC COMPLEX (For the period Apr to Sept. 2017) A. Effluent Quantity of Effluent Discharged: Month Effluent Discharged GPCB Permissible Limit M3/month M3/month Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Page 18 of 25

19 Avg. Quality of Effluent Discharged : Analysis by NABL & EPA approved Lab, M/s. Kadam Environmental Consultants, Vadodara (NABL Certificate No: T-2158, Validity: 02/02/2018) Parameters ph value UNIT Permis sible Limit Apr. 17 May. 17 Jun. 17 July. 17 Aug. 17 Sep. 17 Average 6.5 to Colour (Pt.Co.) Units S.S mg/l COD mg/l BOD mg/l Oil & Grease mg/l 10 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 Ammonical mg/l 50 Nitrogen Ph.compounds mg/l 1 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 Fluorides mg/l 2 <0.05 <0.05 <0.05 <0.05 <0.05 <0.05 <0.05 Cyanides mg/l 0.2 <0.05 <0.05 <0.05 <0.05 <0.05 <0.05 <0.05 Sulphides mg/l 2 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 <1 Copper mg/l 3 <0.03 <0.03 <0.03 <0.03 <0.03 <0.03 <0.03 Arsenic mg/l 0.2 <0.01 <0.01 <0.01 <0.01 <0.01 <0.01 <0.01 Total mg/l 2 Chromium <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 Hexavalent mg/l 0.1 Chromium <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 Zinc mg/l 5 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 Nickel mg/l 3 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 Cadium mg/l 2 <0.01 <0.01 <0.01 <0.01 <0.01 <0.01 <0.01 Mercury mg/l 0.01 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 <0.001 Chlorides mg/l Lead mg/l 0.1 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 Page 19 of 25

20 In-house lab Analysis : ph TDS SS AN TN PO4 COD GPCB NORMS as PO4 250 Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep All parameters are expressed in mg/l except ph. Note : Analysis of composite sample is carried out once a day by GSFC s central lab. Conc. of Fluoride is less than 2.0 mg/l. Power consumption and Chemical consumption at ETPs/STP : Chemical Consumption Month Power Consumption HCL 31-32% Caustic 100% KWH MT MT Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Page 20 of 25

21 B. Gaseous Emission Avg. quality of emission from Stacks : Carried out By : NABL approved Lab, M/s. Prakruti Environmental Engineers, Vadodara (NABL Certificate No: T-2943, Validity: 18/05/2018) Permissible Limit : For flue Gas Stack : PM : 150 mg/nm3, SO2 : 100 ppm (286 mg/nm3), NOx : 50 ppm (103 mg/nm3) For Process Stack : PM : 150 mg/nm3, NH3 : 175 mg/nm3, F : 25mg/Nm3, SO2 : 40 mg/nm3, NOx : 300 mg/nm3 Urea Plant- PM-2.0 kg/mt, Sulphuric Acid Plant SO2-2.0 Kg/MT MONTH AMMONIA-III AMMONIA-IV SO2 NOX PM SO2 NOX PM Apr.17 to Jun.17 Nil 7.5 Nil Nil 54.5 Nil Jul.17 to Sept.17 Nil 30 Nil Nil 90.4 Nil AVERAGE Nil Nil Nil Nil MONTH UREA - I UREA - II PM kg/ton PM mg/nm3 NH3 PM kg/ton PM mg/nm3 NH3 Apr.17 to Jun Jul.17 to Sept AVERAGE MONTH UREA ECS MELAMINE-I SALT FURNACE MELAMINE-I, DRYER OUTLET NH3 SO2 NOX PM PM NH3 Apr.17 to Jun.17 0 Nil 12 Nil Jul.17 to Sept Nil 9 Nil AVERAGE 7.09 Nil Nil MONTH MELAMINE-II MELAMINE-II, DRYER SALT FURNACE OUTLET AS-II SO2 NOX PM PM NH3 PM Apr.17 to Jun.17 Nil 10.8 Nil Jul.17 to Sept.17 Nil 15.7 Nil AVERAGE Nil Nil Page 21 of 25

22 MONTH SA-III SA-IV SO2 SO2 ACID SO2 SO2 ACID MIST MIST kg/ton mg/nm3 mg/nm3 kg/ton mg/nm3 mg/nm3 Apr.17 to Jun Jul.17 to Sept AVERAGE MONTH CAPRO.-I WASTE LIQUOR CAPRO.-II WASTE LIQUOR SO2 NOX PM SO2 NOX PM Apr.17 to Jun Jul.17 to Sept AVERAGE MONTH CAPRO.-I SO2 SCR. CAPRO.-I DE-NOX UNIT CAPRO.-II AS VENT SCR. SO2 NH3 NOX NH3 SO2 NH3 Apr.17 to Jun Jul.17 to Sept , AVERAGE MONTH CAPRO.II DAP DUST SCR. DAP DUST SCR. PA DRYER A B ROCK G. O/L MILL PM NH3 PM NH3 PM PM Apr.17 to Jun Jul.17 to Sept AVERAGE MONTH DAP FUMES SCR. DAP FUMES SCR. PA Fume A B SCR. NH3 F NH3 F F Apr.17 to Jun Jul.17 to Sept AVERAGE MONTH COGENERATION PHASE-III UTILITY BOILER -4,5 SO2 NOX PM SO2 NOX PM Apr.17 to Jun Nil 18 Nil Jul.17 to Sept Nil 21 Nil AVERAGE Nil 19.5 Nil Page 22 of 25

23 MONTH UTILITY CVL BOILER METHANOL REFORMER Apr.17 to Jun.17 SO2 NOX PM SO2 NOX PM Nil 14.5 Jul.17 to Sept.17 Nil Nil AVERAGE Nil Nil Nil Not in operation due to financial unviability MONTH WSF Nylon 6 - II PM Apr.17 to Jun Jul.17 to Sept AVERAGE PM Note : All parameters are in mg/nm 3 except mentioned. Avg. Ambient Air Quality (Apr. 17 to Sept. 17) Carried out By : Third Party, M/s. Prakruti Environmental Engineers, Vadodara (NABL Certificate No: T-2943, Validity: 18/05/2018) Location SO2, Limit - 80 micro gm/nm3 NOX, Limit - 80 micro gm/nm3 RSPM10, Limit micro gm/nm3 RSPM2.5, Limit - 60 micro gm/nm3 NH3, Limit micro gm/nm3 Vadnagar Tank Farm Nil Dashrath Village Nil Nr. Godama Pump, Channi Nil Union Office Nil Note : Ambient Air Monitoring is carried out as per CPCB guideline. Conc. of Acid Mist, HF & SO3 is nil. With ref. to annual permissible limit, RSPM conc. is high at certain locations due to proximity of roads & national highway no.8 Page 23 of 25

24 ANNUAL WIND PATTERN & PERCENTAGE IN & AROUND GSFC ( ) LOCATION: UNION OFFICE WIND DIRECTION WIND VELOCITY, m/sec TOTAL % Direction Distribution N NE E SE S SW W NW CALM Avg. Noise Level (Apr. 17 to Sept. 17) Carried out By : Third Party, M/s. Prakruti Environmental Engineers, Vadodara (NABL Certificate No: T-2943, Validity: 18/05/2018) Location Noise Level, Limit-75 db(a) Daytime Noise Level, Limit-70 db(a) Night time Nr Marketing Yard Nr Adm Bldg B/H Sa-IV at NH Vadnagar Tank Farm Note : Noise level monitoring at the periphery of premises is carried out once in a quarter. Page 24 of 25

25 Sr. No C. Generation & Disposal of Hazardous/solid waste Year Name of Waste Authorization from GPCB Previous Stock MT Generated during year MT Quantity Disposed during year MT With the Company as on MT Method of Collection/ Storage 1 ETP Sludge 40 MT/Year Nil Nil Bio sludge dried on Sludge Drying Bed - - Generated during cleaning of tank/pond, packed in HDPE bags 2 Used Oil* 125 MT/Year Drums/Tanks in Room 3 Discarded Containers 4 Spent Catalyst ( Acidic)* Method of Disposal Given to farmers for use as manure Dispose at NECL Sell to registered refiner 10,000 Nos./Year 4320 Nos Nos Nos. Storage Yard Sell to Vendor 35 MT/Year Drums in Room Dispose at TSDF/ Sell to register recycler 5 Spent Catalyst ( Alkaline)* 115 MT/Year Drums in Room Sell to register recycler 6 Organic Waste 20 MT/Year Drums/Bags stored in Room 7 Sulphur Muck 350 MT/Year Stored in the yards Note : GSFC is member of TSDF developed by M/s. NECL, Nandesari, Vadodara & M/s SEPPL, Kutch. All the Hazardous wastes are stored on impervious floor having roof, boundary wall. Discarded containers are properly cleaned / decontaminated before disposal. * Quantity is high due to large generation at a time over a period. Dispose at NECL s /SEPPL s incineration facility Reuse/ authorized secured Disposal facility. BY PRODUCT: 1 Phospho-gypsum 2,53,260 MT/Year Stored in the yards Sell to Farmers as Soil conditioner thru authorized dealers. Page 25 of 25

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