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1 SEAC-1 SEAC Meeting number: 142 nd Meeting of SEAC -1 Meeting Date September 13, 2017 The proposal of Kolhapur Municipal Corporation for setting up of common biomedical waste treatment facility at C.S. No. 29, Kasba Bavda, Kolhapur was considered in 142nd meeting of SEAC-1 as per order issued by Hon'ble National Green Tribunal, Pune Bench dated 9th August,,2017 in Application No. 26/2017(WZ). The details of the proposal are as below; The proposal was earlier considered in 130th meeting of SEAC-1 held on 1st and 2nd Juy,2016 wherein ToR was approved by the SEAC-1 along with standard ToR issued by MoEF&CC. The proposal was considered in 142nd meeting of SEAC-1 held on 13th and 14th September,2017. During the course of meeting, the representative of Kolhapur Municipal Corporation submitted that, Project Proponent have appointed an accredited consultant few days back for the preparation of EIA/EMP report and to conduct public consultation as per the procedure prescribed in the EIA Notification,2006. After detailed deliberations with the representative of the Project Proponent and their accredited consultant, SEAC_1 directed PP to carry out Public Consultation and upload the final EIA/EMP report along with Public Consultation report for further appraisal and decision. Page 1 of 97 (Chairman

2 SEAC-1 SEAC Meeting number: 142 nd Meeting of SEAC -1 Meeting Date September 13, 2017 Subject: Environment Clearance for Amendment in Existing Environment clearance (Proposed Increase in capacity of Synthetic Organic chemicals) by Galaxy Laboratories Pvt. Ltd., Plot No. B-10, MIDC Newasa, Tukai- Shingve, Dist. Ahmadnagar 1.Name of Project 2.Type of institution 3.Name of Project Proponent 4.Name of Consultant 5.Type of project 6.New project/expansion in existing project/modernization/diversification in existing project 7.If expansion/diversification, whether environmental clearance has been obtained for existing project 8.Location of the project 9.Taluka 10.Village Correspondence Name: Room : -- Floor: -- Building Name: -- Road/Street Name: -- Locality: City: 11.Area of the project 12.IOD/IOA/Concession/Plan Approval 13.Note on the initiated work (If applicable) 14.LOI / NOC / IOD from MHADA/ Other approvals (If applicable) 15.Total Plot Area (sq. m.) 16.Deductions 17.Net Plot area 18.Proposed Built-up Area (FSI & Non-FSI) 19.Total ground coverage (m2) 20.Ground-coverage Percentage (%) (Note: Percentage of plot not open to sky) 21.Estimated cost of the project 0 number Amendment in Existing Environment clearance (Proposed Increase in capacity of Synthetic Organic chemicals manufacturing facility) by Galaxy Laboratories Pvt. Ltd., Plot No. B-10, MIDC Newasa, Tukai- Shingve, Dist. Ahmadnagar Private Galaxy Laboratories Pvt. Ltd. Aditya Environmntal Services Pvt. Ltd. Industrial Amendment in Existing Environment clearance (Increase in capacity of synthetic organic chemical manufacturing facility) Amendment in Existing Environment clearance (Increase in capacity of synthetic organic chemical manufacturing facility) Plot No. B-10, MIDC Newasa, Ahmadnagar Newasa Shigve tukai Mr. Shrikant Deshmukh Ahmednagar Ahmednagar MIDC Newasa MIDC approval IOD/IOA/Concession/Plan Approval : MIDC approval Approved Built-up Area: MIDC plot plan approval 48,400 sq.m a) FSI area (sq. m.): b) Non FSI area (sq. m.): c) Total BUA area (sq. m.): of buildings & its configuration Building Name & number of floors Height of the building (Mtrs) 1 Page 2 of 97 (Chairman

3 23. of tenants and shops 24. of expected residents / users 25.Tenant density per hectare 26.Height of the building(s) 27.Right of way (Width of the road from the nearest fire station to the proposed building(s) 28.Turning radius for easy access of fire tender movement from all around the building excluding the width for the plantation 29.Existing structure (s) if any 30.Details of the demolition with disposal (If applicable) Min. 6 m Min. 9 m Existing Unit is already operating Hydrogen manufacturing facility at site which is not covered under EIA notification, Production Details Product Existing (MT/M) Proposed (MT/M) Total (MT/M) 1 Hydrogen gas 250 Nm3/Hr Nm3/Hr 2 Furfuraldehyde (Furfural) Furfural alcohol Furfuryl amine Cyclohexenyl Ethyl amine (CHEA) Triclabendazole (Crude) 5-Chloro-4-Amino-2,1,3 Benzothidiazole Furoic acid Betaphenyl Ethyl Amine (BPEA) Polly Allylamine Hydrochloride (PAAH) Chlorohexanone (6- Chloro-2-Hexanone) Furan Cinnamyl alcohol Phenyl Propanol Allylamine Page 3 of 97 (Chairman

4 16 Anethole Dry season: Wet season: Details of Swimming pool (If any) Spent acid (By product) Sodium hydrosulphide solution (By product) Potassium bromide salt solution (By product) Polyaluminium Chloride solution (PAC) (16% w/w of Al2O2) (By product) Source of water Total Water Requirement Fresh water (CMD): Recycled water - Flushing (CMD): Recycled water - Gardening (CMD): Swimming pool make up (Cum): Total Water Requirement (CMD) : Fire fighting - Underground water tank(cmd): Fire fighting - Overhead water tank(cmd): MIDC 93 cmd cmd (Fresh water-93 cmd + Recycle water- 72 cmd) Excess treated water -- Source of water -- Fresh water (CMD): -- Recycled water - Flushing (CMD): Recycled water - Gardening (CMD): Swimming pool make up (Cum): Total Water Requirement (CMD) : Fire fighting - Underground water tank(cmd): Fire fighting - Overhead water tank(cmd): Excess treated water Details of Total water consumed Page 4 of 97 (Chairman

5 Particula rs Water Require ment Consumption (CMD) Loss (CMD) Effluent (CMD) Existing Proposed Total Existing Proposed Total Existing Proposed Total Domestic Industrial Process Cooling tower & thermopa ck Gardening Rain Water Harvesting (RWH) 35.Storm water drainage Sewage and Waste water Level of the Ground water table: Size and no of RWH tank(s) and Quantity: Location of the RWH tank(s): Quantity of recharge pits: Size of recharge pits : (Capital cost) : (O & M cost) : Details of UGT tanks if any : Natural water drainage pattern: Quantity of storm water: -- 1 no. of RWH tank of 12 x 12.5 x 2 m of 302 KL capacity Near main gate Lakh as per existing EC 1 Lakh per annum as per existing EC Size of SWD: -- Sewage generation in KLD: STP technology: 25 cmd. Sewage will be added in Aeration tank for treatment. Capacity of STP (CMD): Location & area of the STP: (Capital cost): (O & M cost): Solid waste Management Page 5 of 97 (Chairman

6 Waste generation in the Pre Construction and Construction phase: Waste generation in the operation Phase: Mode of Disposal of waste: Area requirement: (Capital cost and O&M cost): Parameters Waste generation: Disposal of the construction waste debris: Dry waste: Wet waste: -- Hazardous waste: Biomedical waste (If applicable): STP Sludge (Dry sludge): Others if any: Dry waste: Wet waste: -- Minor quantity of debris will be generate. Construction wast debris will be reused for levelling of plot. Fly ash TPA, Spent corn cob- 450 TPA ETP sludge, Distillation Residue, Chlorinated Distillation Residue, Contaminated filter/ Bags, Process residue (iron sludge), Spent Catalyst, Spent Charcoal, Contaminated Drums/ Barrels/ liners Fly ash will be sent to brick manufacturer / secured landfill. Spent corn con will be burnt as fuel in boiler/ Thermic Fluid heater. Hazardous waste: Hazardous waste will be disposed off as per Hazardous waste rule Biomedical waste (If applicable): STP Sludge (Dry sludge): Others if any: Location(s): Area for the storage of waste & other material: Area for machinery: -- Capital cost: O & M cost: As per norms As per norms 2 lakh (as per existing EC) 5 lakh pr annum (as per existing EC) 37.Effluent Charecterestics Unit Inlet Effluent Charecterestics Outlet Effluent Charecterestics Effluent discharge standards (MPCB) 1 ph Chemical oxygen demand Biological oxygen demand mg/l < 250 < 250 mg/l <100 <100 4 Total Dissolved solids mg/l < Total suspended solids mg/l < Oil & Grease mg/l < 10 < Chlorides mg/l < Sulphates mg/l < 1000 < 1000 Amount of effluent generation (CMD): Capacity of the ETP: Amount of treated effluent recycled : 72 cmd 75 cmd 72 cmd Amount of water send to the CETP:. Unit will maintain ZERO LIQUID DISCHARGE FACILITY. Page 6 of 97 (Chairman

7 Membership of CETP (if require): Note on ETP technology to be used Disposal of the ETP sludge 1 Pre- treatment tank > Oil & Grease trap > Collection tank > Neutralization tank > Pri. clarifier > Aeration tank > Sec. clarifier > Sand filter > Activated carbon filter > Treated water collection tank 38.Hazardous Waste Details Description Cat UOM Existing Proposed Total Method of Disposal Chemical sludge from waste water treatment 35.3 TPA CHWTSDF 2 Distillation Residue 20.3 TPA Distillation Residue (chlorinated) Contaminated filter/ Bags Process residue (iron sludge) CHWTSDF/ Used as Fuel in Boiler 20.3 TPA CHWTSDF 33.2 TPA CHWTSDF 28.1 TPA CHWTSDF 6 Spent Catalyst 28.2 TPA Spent Charcoal 28.3 TPA Contaminated Drums/ Barrels/ liners Section & units 33.1 Nos./A Stacks emission Details Fuel Used with Quantity Stack No. Height from ground level (m) Internal diameter (m) CHWTSDF/ Authorized Recycler/ Return to manufacturer CHWTSDF/ Used as Fuel in Boiler MPCB authorized Drum recycler Temp. of Exhaust Gases 1 IBR boiler (Existing) Coal- 240 kg/day Reactor (Existing) KVA DG set (Existing) 3 TPH Boiler (Existing) 6 lackcal/hr thermic fluid heater (Existing) HSD- 64 Lit/Hr Coal- 15 TPD Furnace oil- 1.7 TPD HCl crubber (Existing) ambient temp 7 8 Ammonia scrubber (Existing) H2S scrubber (Existing) ambient temp ambient temp 40.Details of Fuel to be used Type of Fuel Existing Proposed Total 1 Coal TPD TPD 2 Furnace oil 1.7 TPD TPD 3 HSD 64 Lit/Hr 0 64 Lit/Hr 41.Source of Fuel From nearby vendors Page 7 of 97 (Chairman

8 42.Mode of Transportation of fuel to site By road 43.Green Belt Development Total RG area : No of trees to be cut : of trees to be planted : List of proposed native trees : Timeline for completion of plantation : Green belt: 11, sq.m as per green belt devlopment -- as per project planning 44. and list of trees species to be planted in the ground Name of the plant Common Name Quantity Characteristics & ecological importance Total quantity of plants on ground 46. and list of shrubs and bushes species to be planted in the podium RG: -- Name C/C Distance Area m Power requirement: Source of power supply : During Construction Phase: (Demand Load) DG set as Power back-up during construction phase During Operation phase (Connected load): During Operation phase (Demand load): Transformer: DG set as Power back-up during operation phase: 47.Energy Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Co. Ltd. 320 KVA 320 KVA DG set (in case of emergency) 320 KVA 320 KVA 320 KVA DG set (in case of emergency) Fuel used: Details of high tension line passing through the plot if any: HSD: 64 Lit/Hr (in case of emergency) 48.Energy saving by non-conventional method: 49.Detail calculations & % of saving: Page 8 of 97 (Chairman

9 Energy Conservation Measures Saving % Details of pollution control Systems Source Existing pollution control system Proposed to be installed Air pollution Water pollution Solid & Hazardous waste Noise pollution (Capital cost and O&M cost): Dust collector/ Bag filter & Adequate stack height -- Effluent treatment plant -- Disposed of to CHWTSDF/ Recyclr -- Capital cost: Enclosure/ PPE -- O & M cost: Lakhs (as per existing EC) 51.Environmental Management plan Budgetary Allocation a) Construction phase (with Break-up): Attributes Parameter Total Cost per annum (Rs. In Lacs) Component b) Operation Phase (with Break-up): Description Capital cost Rs. In Lacs Operational and Maintenance cost (Rs. in Lacs/yr) 1 Air Air Pollution Control Monitoring 3 Water 4 Solid waste 5 Green Belt 6 Health & safety 7 CSR activities Environment Monitoring Water Pollution Control Hazardous waste & Solid waste management Green Belt development Occupational health & safety Social welfare & upliftment Other Green Initiatives Rain Water Harvesting Other Green Initiatives Solar Power/LED Other Green Initiatives Energy Conservation Storage of chemicals (inflamable/explosive/hazardous/toxic substances) Page 9 of 97 (Chairman

10 Description Status Location Methanol Existing within plot Hydrogen gas Existing within plot Hydrogen gas Existing within plot Toluene Existing within plot Furnace oil Existing within plot No Information Available Parking details: Nos. of the junction to the main road & design of confluence: and area of basement: and area of podia: Storage Capacity in MT 5 Nos. each 15 KL 120 Nos. (2.49 kg per cylinder) 120 Nos. (2.49 kg per cylinder) 2 Nos. each 15 KL 1 Nos. of 15 KL Maximum Quantity of Storage at any point of time in MT Consumption / Month in MT 15 KL Kg Kg KL KL Any Other Information 53.Traffic Management Total Parking area: Area per car: Area per car: of 2- Wheelers as approved by competent authority: of 4- Wheelers as approved by competent authority: Source of Supply Nearby source Nearby source Nearby source Nearby source Nearby source Public Transport: Width of all Internal roads (m): CRZ/ RRZ clearance obtain, if any: Min 6 m Means of transportation By road tanker Pipeline Pipeline By road tanker By road tanker Page 10 (Chairman

11 Distance from Protected Areas / Critically Polluted areas / Eco-sensitive areas/ inter-state boundaries Category as per schedule of EIA Notification sheet Court cases pending if any Other Relevant Informations Have you previously submitted Application online on MOEF Website. Date of online submission 5 (f)- B Galaxy applied for Environmental clearance for various additional products in October 2015 and received the Environmental clearance on 24th April 2017 vide letter SEIAA-EC ). Due to change in market scenario in last years, Galaxy wish to manufacture other products falling in same activity and category as mentioned in subsequent sections. Galaxy wish to add some more products/by products in the basket and change capacity of some of existing one for which EC is granted (Refer EC letter SEIAA-EC dated 24th April 2017) so as to make proposed expansion sustainable in the changed environment. The proposed change falls under activity 5(f) category (B) as per EIA notification of September 2006 and covered under item 7 (ii) (A) vide amendment notification S.O.3518(E) dated 23rd November 2016: Prior Environmental Clearance (EC) process for Expansion or Modernization or Change of product mix in existing projects. We request committee to grant us Amendment in Existing Environment clearance. Yes Brief information of the project by SEAC PP submitted their application for the grant of TOR under category 5(f)B1 as per EIA Notification, PP presented draft TOR based on standard TOR issued by MoEF & CC published in April, As the industry is located in the notified industrial area/estate (MIDC), Public Hearing is exempted under the provisions as per para 7 III Stage (3) (b) of the EIA Notification, PP has obtained earlier prior Environment CLearance vide No dated24th April,2017.Now PP applied for amendment in their Environment CLearance. DECISION OF SEAC Page 11 (Chairman

12 Based on the presentation made by PP; committee decided to approve the TOR for the preparation of EIA/EMP report as per standard TOR and additional TOR points mentioned below. Specific Conditions by SEAC: 1) PP to submit certified compliance report on the conditions stipulated in the Environment Clearance dated 24th April, 2017 as per circular issued by MoEF&CC on 7th September, ) PP to submit plan lay out showing internal roads having road width six meters and turning radius nine meters, 33% green belt, location of pollution control equipment & chemical storage areas, parking area etc 3) PP to carry out HAZOP and Quantitative Risk assessment for critical /dangerous reactions and chemicals. PP also to submit hazardous chemical handling and storage protocol. 4) PP to include detailed product wise material balance and water balance in the EIA report. 5) It was observed that few process generates high volume of carbon dioxide gas; PP to submit calculation on the generation of carbon dioxide gas and plan for its reuse, recycle and safe disposal. 6) PP to upload copies of On Site and Off Site Emergency plan. 7) PP to include design details of Effluent Treatment Plant in the EIA report. PP to upload undertaking for achieving Zero Liquid Discharge. 8) PP to explore possibility to replace Aluminium Chloride with less hazardous material and submit plan. FIL RECOMMENDATION The Committee decided to Grant ToR subject to the above observations,pp requested to prepare and submit EIA report as per EIA Notification, 2006 and amendments thereof. Page 12 (Chairman

13 SEAC-1 SEAC Meeting number: 142 nd Meeting of SEAC -1 Meeting Date September 13, 2017 Subject: Environment Clearance for Environmental Clearance for proposed storage & handling of dangerous cargos 1.Name of Project 2.Type of institution 3.Name of Project Proponent 4.Name of Consultant 5.Type of project 6.New project/expansion in existing project/modernization/diversification in existing project 7.If expansion/diversification, whether environmental clearance has been obtained for existing project 8.Location of the project 9.Taluka 10.Village Correspondence Name: Room : APM Terminals India Pvt. Ltd. Private Mr Supratim Ganguly, Business Unit Head Ultra-Tech Environmnet Consultancy & Laboratory Industrial Project --for proposed storage & handling of dangerous cargos New Plot No. D-223/5, PH II, MIDC Chakan Khed Bhamboli Mr Supratim Ganguly, Business Unit Head Floor: 11 Building Name: Road/Street Name: Locality: -- City: 11.Area of the project 12.IOD/IOA/Concession/Plan Approval 13.Note on the initiated work (If applicable) 14.LOI / NOC / IOD from MHADA/ Other approvals (If applicable) Urmi Estate, Ganapatrao Kadam Marg Mumbai MIDC, Chakan MIDC, Chakan Sanction obtained IOD/IOA/Concession/Plan Approval : MIDC Sanction No. : C88810 of 16 dated 06/09/2016 Approved Built-up Area: Construction of ware house which is less than 1,50,000m2 is completed. 15.Total Plot Area (sq. m.) 50, Deductions 17.Net Plot area 50, Proposed Built-up Area (FSI & Non-FSI) 19.Total ground coverage (m2) % 20.Ground-coverage Percentage (%) (Note: Percentage of plot not open to sky) a) FSI area (sq. m.): b) Non FSI area (sq. m.): c) Total BUA area (sq. m.): Estimated cost of the project number 22. of buildings & its configuration Building Name & number of floors Height of the building (Mtrs) 1 Ware House G Office Building G Energy Building G 4.97 Page 13 (Chairman

14 4 Gate House G MNR shed G Canteen G Electric Meter Room G of tenants and shops 24. of expected residents / users 25.Tenant density per hectare 26.Height of the building(s) 27.Right of way (Width of the road from the nearest fire station to the proposed building(s) 28.Turning radius for easy access of fire tender movement from all around the building excluding the width for the plantation 29.Existing structure (s) if any 30.Details of the demolition with disposal (If applicable) Nos. 15 m MIDC road from Chakan MIDC Fire Station. Approx. 11 km minimum 6.0m Construction of Ware House, Office Building,Energy Building,Gate House, MNR Shed,Canteen, Electric Meter Room Not Applicable 31.Production Details Product Existing (MT/M) Proposed (MT/M) Total (MT/M) Open Yard- Class-2 and its subclass (gases)un Hazard Classes Open Yard-Class-3 and its subclass (flammable liquids)un Hazard Classes Open Yard-Class-4 and its subclass (flammable solids)un Hazard Classes T Maximum storage 315 T Maximum storage 315 T Maximum storage 315 T Maximum storage Open Yard-Class-5 and its subclass (oxides &peroxides)un Hazard Classes Open Yard-Class-6 and its subclass (Toxic)UN Hazard Classes T Maximum storage 50 T Maximum storage 215 T Maximum storage 50 T Maximum storage 50 T Maximum storage 215 T Maximum storage Page 14 (Chairman

15 Dry season: Open Yard-Class-8 (corrosives)un Hazard Classes Open Yard-Class-9 and its subclass (Miscellaneous)UN Hazard Classes Ware House: Class-2 and its subclass (gases)hazard Classes Ware House: Class-3 and its subclass (flammable liquids)hazard Classes Ware House: Class-4 and its subclass (flammable solids)hazard Classes Ware House: Class-5 and its subclass (oxides & peroxides)hazard Classes Ware House: Class-6 and its subclass (Toxic)Hazard Classes Ware House: Class-8 (corrosives)hazard Classes Ware House: Class-9 and its subclass (Miscellaneous)Hazard Classes Source of water T Maximum storage 315 T Maximum storage 100 T Maximum storage 3500 T Maximum storage 300 T Maximum storage 500 T Maximum storage 6000 T Maximum storage 500 T Maximum storage 1100 T Maximum storage 32.Total Water Requirement MIDC, Chakan Fresh water (CMD): Vessel Washing : 3.0 = 6.6 Recycled water - Flushing (CMD): Recycled water - Gardening (CMD): Swimming pool make up (Cum): Total Water Requirement (CMD) : T Maximum storage 315 T Maximum storage 100 T Maximum storage 3500 T Maximum storage 300 T Maximum storage 500 T Maximum storage 6000 T Maximum storage 500 T Maximum storage 1100 T Maximum storage Fire fighting - Underground water tank(cmd): Fire fighting - Overhead water tank(cmd): Excess treated water Soak pit Not required; since pumps maintain positive pressure in fire hydrant at all times Page 15 (Chairman

16 Wet season: Details of Swimming pool (If any) Particula rs Water Require ment Source of water MIDC, Chakan Fresh water (CMD): Vessel Washing : 3.0 = 6.6 Recycled water - Flushing (CMD): Recycled water - Gardening (CMD): Swimming pool make up (Cum): Total Water Requirement (CMD) : Fire fighting - Underground water tank(cmd): Fire fighting - Overhead water tank(cmd): Excess treated water Soak pit Not required; since pumps maintain positive pressure in fire hydrant at all times 33.Details of Total water consumed Consumption (CMD) Loss (CMD) Effluent (CMD) Existing Proposed Total Existing Proposed Total Existing Proposed Total Domestic Fresh water requireme nt Gardening Industrial Process 34.Rain Water Harvesting (RWH) Level of the Ground water table: Size and no of RWH tank(s) and Quantity: Location of the RWH tank(s): 12 m below ground level Quantity of recharge pits: Size of recharge pits : (Capital cost) : (O & M cost) : Details of UGT tanks if any : Page 16 (Chairman

17 35.Storm water drainage Natural water drainage pattern: Quantity of storm water: Size of SWD: From West to East 0.3 m3/sec. 600 mm (W) x 1400 (D) mm Sewage and Waste water Waste generation in the Pre Construction and Construction phase: Waste generation in the operation Phase: Mode of Disposal of waste: Area requirement: (Capital cost and O&M cost): Sewage generation in KLD: STP technology: Capacity of STP (CMD): Location & area of the STP: (Capital cost): (O & M cost): Waste generation: 6.3 Sewage : Extended Aeration ETP : Conventional Primary & Tertairy 6.5 KLD as per the layout Rs Lakhs Rs Lakhs/Annum 36.Solid waste Management Disposal of the construction waste debris: Dry waste: Wet waste: Hazardous waste: Biomedical waste (If applicable): STP Sludge (Dry sludge): Others if any: Dry waste: Wet waste: Hazardous waste: Biomedical waste (If applicable): STP Sludge (Dry sludge): 600 kg/day 100 kg/day Category No Oil Water Sludge generated from cleaning of storage tanks once in 5 years : 6.0 MT per year (approx) 0.5 kg/day E-waste : Negligible Will be disposed off from site through external agency on daily basis. Shall be treated taken away by the canteen contractor. CHWTSDF/ MPCB Authorized Recyclers Will be used as manure for landscaping Others if any: Location(s): Area for the storage of waste & other material: Area for machinery: Capital cost: O & M cost: E waste : Will be handed over to authorized E-waste handeling agency. As per the services layout. 04 nos of 550 ltr garbage bins kept in designated place 37.Effluent Charecterestics Page 17 (Chairman

18 Parameters Unit Inlet Effluent Charecterestics Outlet Effluent Charecterestics Effluent discharge standards (MPCB) 1 ph COD mg/l BOD mg/l TSS mg/l TDS mg/l oil & Grease mg/l Amount of effluent generation (CMD): Capacity of the ETP: Amount of treated effluent recycled : Amount of water send to the CETP: Membership of CETP (if require): Note on ETP technology to be used Disposal of the ETP sludge 3.0 CMD 3.0 CMD 100% recycled Conventional 6.0 MT per year (approx) 38.Hazardous Waste Details Description Cat UOM Existing Proposed Total Method of Disposal 1 Spent oil 5.1 Lit 2 Oil Water Sludge generated from cleaning of storage tanks Section & units ml/day/dg set Once in 5 years : 6.0 MT per year (approx) 39.Stacks emission Details Fuel Used with Quantity Stack No. Height from ground level (m) 270 ml/day/dg set Once in 5 years : 6.0 MT per year (approx) Internal diameter (m) Will be handed over to authorised vendor CHWTSDF Temp. of Exhaust Gases 1 DG set Diesel 40 lit/hr/dg set 1 No deg. C 40.Details of Fuel to be used Type of Fuel Existing Proposed Total 1 Diesel 0 40lit/hr/ - DG set 40lit/hr 41.Source of Fuel 42.Mode of Transportation of fuel to site Authorized Vendors By Road Page 18 (Chairman

19 43.Green Belt Development Total RG area : No of trees to be cut : of trees to be planted : List of proposed native trees : Timeline for completion of plantation : Nil 252 Nos. Ashoka Till the completion of the project. 173 nos. already planted. 44. and list of trees species to be planted in the ground Name of the plant Common Name Quantity 1 Delonix Regia Gulmohar 75 2 Callistemon lanceolatus Lal bottle brush 30 3 Polyalthia longifolia, Ashoka 17 4 Hyophorbe lagenicaulis Bottle Palm 130 Characteristics & ecological importance Moderate sized fast growing, deciduous tree and light feathery foliage. The tree is mainly grown for its shade and ornamental value. Because of its hardy nature and aggressive root system, it is a good tree to control soil erosion in the arid and semi- arid areas. It is host for lac- insect also A medium sized tree that will eventually grow to around 8 m tall. Very widely planted all over the world including India. They are arranged spirally along loose hanging stems. Very adaptable. Grows in a wide climatic range.good for making bonsai, for screening, for Hedges and Borders, to Attracts birds Attracts butterflies, Attracts bees Salt or salinity tolerant Native to India, is a lofty evergreen tree, commonly planted due to its effectiveness in alleviating noise pollution. It exhibits symmetrical pyramidal growth with willowy weeping pendulous branches and long narrow lanceolate leaves with undulate margins. The tree is known to grow over 30 ft in height. Bottle palm has a large swollen trunk. Bottle palm has only four to six leaves open at any time. The flowers of the palm arise from under the crownshaft. 5 TOTAL TOTAL Total quantity of plants on ground 46. and list of shrubs and bushes species to be planted in the podium RG: Name C/C Distance Area m Energy Page 19 (Chairman

20 Power requirement: Source of power supply : During Construction Phase: (Demand Load) DG set as Power back-up during construction phase During Operation phase (Connected load): During Operation phase (Demand load): Transformer: DG set as Power back-up during operation phase: Fuel used: Details of high tension line passing through the plot if any: MSEDCL 1 No. of 500kVA Mobile DG 686 KW 500 KVA 1 no. 500 kva 1 no. 500 kva HSD 1. LED Light are considered. 2. Occupancy Sensor for Server area and toilet areas 48.Energy saving by non-conventional method: 49.Detail calculations & % of saving: Energy Conservation Measures Saving % 1 LED lights in Wire Rope 12 % 2 Occupancy Sensor in Server and Toilet area 1 % 50.Details of pollution control Systems Source Existing pollution control system Proposed to be installed STP -- STP of capacity 6.5 m3 DG Set -- (Capital cost and O&M cost): Capital cost: O & M cost: 1 Nos. of Stacks 500 KVA of DG Set with height 08 Mt 51.Environmental Management plan Budgetary Allocation a) Construction phase (with Break-up): Attributes Parameter Total Cost per annum (Rs. In Lacs) 1 2 Component b) Operation Phase (with Break-up): Description Capital cost Rs. In Lacs Operational and Maintenance cost (Rs. in Lacs/yr) Page 20 (Chairman

21 1 Environmental Monitoring Ambient Air quality, Noise Level, Exhaust from DG Set, Drinking Water, Sewage from STP, Effluent from ETP Water STP/ETP Energy Solar PV Cells / Streetlight/Wire rope LED light Land Environment Gardening Solidf Waste Solid waste management TOTAL Storage of chemicals (inflamable/explosive/hazardous/toxic substances) Description Status Location Open Yard: Class-2 and its subclass (gases)un Hazard Classes Class-3 and its subclass (flammable liquids)un Hazard Classes Class-4 and its subclass (flammable solids)un Hazard Classes Class-5 and its subclass (oxides & peroxides)un Hazard Classes Class-6 and its subclass (Toxic)UN Hazard Classes Classes Class-8 (corrosives)un Hazard Classes Class-9 and its subclass (Miscellaneous)UN Hazard Classes Ware House: Class-2 and its subclass (gases) HazardClasses Class-3 and its subclass (flammable liquids) HazardClasse Proposed Proposed Proposed Proposed Proposed open yard storage - proposed quantities of dangerous class open yard storage - proposed quantities of dangerous class open yard storage - proposed quantities of dangerous clas open yard storage - proposed quantities of dangerous class open yard storage - proposed quantities of dangerous class Storage Capacity in MT 315 T Maximum storage 315 T Maximum storage 50 T Maximum storage 50 T Maximum storage 215 T Maximum storage Maximum Quantity of Storage at any point of time in MT 315 T Maximum storage 315 T Maximum storage 50 T Maximum storage 50 T Maximum storage 215 T Maximum storage Consumpti on / Month in MT Nil Source of Supply Import and domestic manufacture of cargos which send for storage at our premises Means of transportatio n By Road / By Rail Nil Same as above Same as above Nil Same as above Same as above Nil Same as above Same as above Nil Same as above Same as above Proposed Proposed Proposed Proposed open yard storage - proposed quantities of dangerous class open yard storage - proposed quantities of dangerous class warehouse storage - proposed quantities of dangerous clas warehouse storage - proposed quantities of dangerous class 315 T Maximum storage 315 T Maximum storage 100 T Maximum 3500 T Maximum storage 315 T Maximum storage 315 T Maximum storage 100 T Maximum 3500 T Maximum storage Nil Same as above Same as above Nil Same as above Same as above Nil Same as above Same as above Nil Same as above Same as above Page 21 (Chairman

22 Class-4 and its subclass (flammable solids) HazardClasses Class-5 and its subclass (oxides & peroxides) Hazard Classes Class-6 and its subclass (Toxic) HazardClasses Class-8 (corrosives) HazardClasses Class-9 and its subclass (Miscellaneous) HazardClasses No Information Available Parking details: Proposeds Proposed Proposed Proposed Proposed warehouse storage - proposed quantities of dangerous class warehouse storage - proposed quantities of dangerous class warehouse storage - proposed quantities of dangerous class warehouse storage - proposed quantities of dangerous class warehouse storage - proposed quantities of dangerous class Nos. of the junction to the main road & design of confluence: and area of basement: and area of podia: Total Parking area: Area per car: Area per car: of 2- Wheelers as approved by competent authority: of 4- Wheelers as approved by competent authority: Public Transport: Width of all Internal roads (m): 300 T Maximum storage 500 T Maximum storage 6000 T Maximum storage 6000 T Maximum storage 1100 T Maximum storage 300 T Maximum storage 500 T Maximum storage 6000 T Maximum storage 6000 T Maximum storage 1100 T Maximum storage 52.Any Other Information 53.Traffic Management 1 As per requirment As per requirment As per requirment 12 sq. ft per vehicle 11 6 m Nil Same as above Same as above Nil Same as above Same as above Nil Same as above Same as above Nil Same as above Same as above Nil Same as above Same as above CRZ/ RRZ clearance obtain, if any: Distance from Protected Areas / Critically Polluted areas / Eco-sensitive areas/ inter-state boundaries Category as per schedule of EIA Notification sheet 6 (b) Page 22 (Chairman

23 Court cases pending if any No Though we receive quite a few dangerous cargos as per MSIHC Rules, but there are substantial dangerous cargos that are outside the MSIHC too. Moreover, all of the dangerous cargos that we receive are not described and don t have their correct technical names mentioned or communicated anywhere in form of any documents to us. The identification of these dangerous cargo happens only when it comes physically to us at our site. The identification happens by UN classification stickers that are put up on 3 sides of container and after the physical examination done by the Custom s. Other Relevant Informations Have you previously submitted Application online on MOEF Website. Date of online submission Keeping all of these in mind, we hereby kindly plead to let us store & segregate the dangerous cargos as per UN classification of hazards as well as IMDG- International Maritime Dangerous Goods code (MSC.1/Circ.1216 of 26 February 2007 titled Revised recommendations on the safe transport of dangerous cargoes and related activities in port areas.). All the applicable Indian and its related state laws shall be abiding for us. Classes of dangerous goods: 1) Class-2 and its subclass (gases): eg.-helium, R134a, R410A, Butane, Propane etc. 2) Class-3 and its subclass (flammable liquids): eg- Isopropanol, Methanol, MIBK, Toluene, LAB, Acetone / acetone oils, Adhesives, Paints, lacquers, varnishes etc. 3) Class-4 and its subclass (flammable solids): eg.- Phosphorus, Sulphur etc. 4) Class-5 and its subclass (oxides & peroxides): eg.- Potassium nitrate, Aluminium nitrate etc. 5) Class-6 and its subclass (Toxic and Infectious): eg.- Epichlohydrine, MDI, TDI etc. 6) Class-8 (corrosives) eg.- Acetic, acid, Carbolic acid, phenol, Hydrogen fluoride, Iodine, Morpholine 7) Class-9 and its subclass (Miscellaneous): eg.- Polychlorinated biphenyls, Polychlorinated terphenyls, Dibromodifluoromethane, Benzaldehyde etc. No - Brief information of the project by SEAC PP submitted their application for the grant of TOR under category 6(b)B1 as per EIA Notification, 2006 for expansion of existing unit. PP presented draft TOR based on standard TOR issued by MoEF & CC published in April, DECISION OF SEAC Page 23 (Chairman

24 Based on the presentation made by PP; committee decided to approve the TOR for the preparation of EIA/EMP report as per standard TOR and additional TOR points mentioned below. Specific Conditions by SEAC: 1) PP to collect baseline data as per Office Memorandum issued by MoEF&CC dated ) PP to submit memorandum of articles document. 3) During deliberations it was observed that, MIDC has alloted the land to M/s SuyogLogistic Park Pvt. Ltd. for setting up of facility but now PP (M/s APM Terminals India Pvt. Ltd.) has made an agreement with M/s Suyog to use the land for their proposed activity. PP asked to submit a permission/noc letter obtained from MIDC to use the land. 4) PP to submit an Emergency Preparedness Plan based on the chemicals/material expected to be stored on site. 5) PP to ensure to decided on the maximum retention period for the goods which are not claimed after receipt. Any deterioration of the chemical properties may lead to an unforeseen accident. 6) PP to include detailed water balance, methodology/mechanism of receiving the material and distribution of the material in the EIA report. 7) PP to submit layout showing 33% green belt, Internal road width and turning radius, location of emergency equipment, etc. 8) PP to submit on site/off site emergency plan. 9) PP to submit Quantitative Risk Assessment study report along with mitigation measures. 10) PP to submit design details of STP and ETP. PP to include plan for disposal of canteen waste in the EIA/EMP report. FIL RECOMMENDATION The Committee decided to Grant ToR subject to the above observations,pp requested to prepare and submit EIA report as per EIA Notification, 2006 and amendments thereof. Page 24 (Chairman

25 SEAC-1 SEAC Meeting number: 142 nd Meeting of SEAC -1 Meeting Date September 13, 2017 Subject: Environment Clearance for Proposed Specialty Chemicals Manufacturing Unit at Plot No: 2/2, Nagothane MIDC, Velshet village, Taluka Roha, District Raigad, Mahrashtra State 1.Name of Project 2.Type of institution 3.Name of Project Proponent 4.Name of Consultant 5.Type of project 6.New project/expansion in existing project/modernization/diversification in existing project 7.If expansion/diversification, whether environmental clearance has been obtained for existing project 8.Location of the project 9.Taluka 10.Village Correspondence Name: M/s Venus Ethoxyethers Pvt. Ltd. Private Mr. Pandurang S Vernekar Sadekar Enviro Engineers Pvt. Ltd. New Project Plot No : 2/2, Nagothane MIDC Roha Velshet Mr. Pandurang S Vernekar Room : Plot no : Floor: - Building Name: - Road/Street Name: - Locality: City: Goa Area of the project 12.IOD/IOA/Concession/Plan Approval 13.Note on the initiated work (If applicable) 14.LOI / NOC / IOD from MHADA/ Other approvals (If applicable) 15.Total Plot Area (sq. m.) 16.Deductions 17.Net Plot area 18.Proposed Built-up Area (FSI & Non-FSI) 19.Total ground coverage (m2) 20.Ground-coverage Percentage (%) (Note: Percentage of plot not open to sky) Bicholim Industrial Estate, Bicholim MIDC IOD/IOA/Concession/Plan Approval : Approved Built-up Area: a) FSI area (sq. m.): b) Non FSI area (sq. m.): c) Total BUA area (sq. m.): Estimated cost of the project number 22. of buildings & its configuration Building Name & number of floors Height of the building (Mtrs) of tenants and shops Page 25 (Chairman

26 24. of expected residents / users 25.Tenant density per hectare 26.Height of the building(s) 27.Right of way (Width of the road from the nearest fire station to the proposed building(s) 28.Turning radius for easy access of fire tender movement from all around the building excluding the width for the plantation 29.Existing structure (s) if any 30.Details of the demolition with disposal (If applicable) meters 31.Production Details Product Existing (MT/M) Proposed (MT/M) Total (MT/M) Organic Surface Active Agents. Auxilaries for Textile / Leather/ Cosmetics /Water Treatement/ Agrochemical/ Paints etc Industries Esters Glycol Ethers Sulphonated / Sulphated Products/ Sulphosuccinates Polyethers Other organic chemicals like Blend of fatty acid ethoxylate Amine Function Compounds Fat liquers for Leathers Total Water Requirement Page 26 (Chairman

27 Dry season: Wet season: Details of Swimming pool (If any) Particula rs Water Require ment Source of water Fresh water (CMD): Recycled water - Flushing (CMD): Recycled water - Gardening (CMD): Swimming pool make up (Cum): Total Water Requirement (CMD) : Fire fighting - Underground water tank(cmd): Fire fighting - Overhead water tank(cmd): Excess treated water Source of water Fresh water (CMD): Recycled water - Flushing (CMD): Recycled water - Gardening (CMD): Swimming pool make up (Cum): Total Water Requirement (CMD) : Fire fighting - Underground water tank(cmd): Fire fighting - Overhead water tank(cmd): Excess treated water 33.Details of Total water consumed Consumption (CMD) Loss (CMD) Effluent (CMD) Existing Proposed Total Existing Proposed Total Existing Proposed Total Domestic Industrial Process Cooling tower & thermopa ck Gardening Page 27 (Chairman

28 Fresh water requireme nt Rain Water Harvesting (RWH) 35.Storm water drainage Sewage and Waste water Waste generation in the Pre Construction and Construction phase: Waste generation in the operation Phase: Level of the Ground water table: Size and no of RWH tank(s) and Quantity: Location of the RWH tank(s): Quantity of recharge pits: Size of recharge pits : (Capital cost) : (O & M cost) : Details of UGT tanks if any : Natural water drainage pattern: Quantity of storm water: Size of SWD: Sewage generation in KLD: STP technology: Capacity of STP (CMD): Location & area of the STP: (Capital cost): (O & M cost): Waste generation: STP Sludge SEAC (Dry Meeting No: 142 nd Meeting of SEAC -1 sludge): - 1 nos RWH tank of 100 KL capacity North side of plant C 10 Lakh 1 Lakh Rain water harvesting & MIDC water storage tanks will be provided Storm water drainage line will be provided within plant premises Kl/Hr 0.6 m X 0.65 m 3.6 KLD sewage effluent will be generated due to domestic activity. domestic effluent load will be connected to the aeration tank of the ETP. 36.Solid waste Management Disposal of the construction waste debris: Dry waste: Wet waste: Hazardous waste: Biomedical waste (If applicable): Others if any: 55.2 T/M Construction waste will be disposed through local municipal body. Chemical Sludge from Wastewater treatment : 24 MT/A, Broken Glass ware : 25 Kg/M, MEE Residue : MT/D, Discarded containers /Drums : 50 nos/m, Plastic Bags : 100 Nos/M, Spent Oil : 300 Lit/A, E- waste : 5 kg/m Biomedical waste can be generate from OHC of proposed plant. Cat : Yellow (c) - 5 kg/m Page 28 (Chairman Non Hazardous Solid Waste like Fly Ash, Non Contaminated Empty drums,plastic Bags will be generated from proposed activity.

29 Mode of Disposal of waste: Area requirement: (Capital cost and O&M cost): Parameters Dry waste: Wet waste: Hazardous waste: Biomedical waste (If applicable): STP Sludge (Dry sludge): Others if any: Location(s): Area for the storage of waste & other material: Area for machinery: Capital cost: O & M cost: Hazardous waste generated from overall activity of the project will be disposed through CHWTSDF and MPCB authorized recycler as applicable Biomedical waste will be disposed through CBMWTSDF Non Hazardous solid waste will be disposed through MPCB authorized vendor Hazardous waste will be stored in demarcated area near to the ETP 1000 Sqm 0.50 Cr 0.64 Cr 37.Effluent Charecterestics Unit Inlet Effluent Charecterestics Outlet Effluent Charecterestics Effluent discharge standards (MPCB) 1 ph to BOD mg/l 2400 <100 <100 3 COD mg/l 7000 <250 <250 4 TDS mg/l 5000 <2100 < TSS mg/l 3000 <100 <100 Amount of effluent generation (CMD): Capacity of the ETP: Amount of treated effluent recycled : CMD 67.3 CMD Amount of water send to the CETP: It will be ZLD project Membership of CETP (if require): Note on ETP technology to be used Disposal of the ETP sludge 1. It will be ZLD project It will be ZLD project. ETP of 100 CMD Capacity, comprises of Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Treatment facility will be provided. The domestic effluent load will be connected to the aeration tank of ETP. For further purification of treated effluent from tertiary treatment facility, two stage RO systems will be provided. To treat reject from RO system, MEE with ATFD of 20 CMD capacity will be installed. ETP sludge will be disposed through CHWTSDF 38.Hazardous Waste Details Description Cat UOM Existing Proposed Total Method of Disposal Chemical Sludge from Wastewater treatment 35.3 MT/A CHWTSDF 2 Broken Glass ware 33.1 Kg/M MPCB authorized recycler 3 MEE Residue 37.3 MT/D CHWTSDF Page 29 (Chairman

30 4 Discarded containers /Drums 33.1 Nos/M Plastic Bags 33.1 Nos/M Spent Oil 5.1 Lit/A E-waste as per Schedule 1 of E-waste management rule,2016 kg/m Biomedical Waste Yellow (c) kg/m Fly Ash ( Non Hazardous Solid Waste) Non Contaminated Empty drums ( Non Hazardous Solid Waste) Non Contaminated Plastic Bags ( Non Hazardous Solid Waste) Section & units - MT/D Nos/M Nos/M Stacks emission Details Fuel Used with Quantity Stack No. Height from ground level (m) Internal diameter (m) MPCB authorized recycler MPCB authorized recycler MPCB authorized recycler MPCB authorized recycler Disposed through CBMWTSDF MPCB authorized Brick manufacturer MPCB authorized vendor MPCB authorized vendor Temp. of Exhaust Gases 1 3 TPH Boiler FO or Briquettes Deg C 2 3 TPH Standby Boiler FO or Briquettes Deg C 3 4 Scrubber for Propylene Oxide Scrubber for Ethylene Oxide Deg C Deg C 5 Reactor Vent Scrubber Deg C Reactor safety valve vent scrubber Diesel generator KVA Diesel generator KVA Deg C HSD 07 HSD above roof 5.0 above roof 40.Details of Fuel to be used Deg C Deg C Type of Fuel Existing Proposed Total 1 HSD L/Hr 222 L/Hr 2 FO KL/D 4.54 KL/D 3 Briquettes ( Alternate Fuel ) MT/D 9.54 MT/D 41.Source of Fuel 42.Mode of Transportation of fuel to site Local vendor By Road Page 30 (Chairman

31 43.Green Belt Development 1 Total RG area : No of trees to be cut : of trees to be planted : List of proposed native trees : Timeline for completion of plantation : sqm Terminalia bellerica, Moullava spicata, Callicarpa tomentosa, Microcos paniculata, Calotropis gigentia, Plumeria rubra, Caesalpinia pulcherrima, Aegle marmelos, Carissa carandas, Mangifera indica, Derris indica, Holoptelea integrifolia, Terminalia arjuna, Ervatamia divaricata, Firmiana colorata, Neolamarckia cadamba, Cordia dichotoma, Pterospermum acerifolium, Bombax ceiba, Bridelia retusa, Azadirachta indica, Albizia lebbeeck, Macaranga peltata, Tabernaemontana alternifolia, Helicteres isora, 4 years after grant of Environmental Clearance 44. and list of trees species to be planted in the ground Name of the plant Common Name Quantity Heterophragma quadriloculare Waras 432 Characteristics & ecological importance A native deciduous tree visited by nectar feeding birds. Large leaf area helps in settling of dust. 2 Oroxylum indicum Tetu 439 A native ornamental tree. 3 Nerium oleander Kaner Schleichera oleosa Kusum Terminalia elliptica Ain Terminalia paniculata Kindal Catunaregum spinosa Gela Butea monosperma Palash Erythrina variegata Pangahara Cassia fistula Bahava Helicteres isora Murudsheng A native hardy species, drought resistant with fragrant flowers. A native tree found in abundance in Sahyadris. A native evergreen broad leaved tree common in the Sahyadris. Kindal is a tropical tree with a large natural distribution in Western Ghats Mountain Pomegranate is an armed shrub or small native evergreen tree A native brilliantly flowering tree fed by local birds fairly common and abundant A highly valued native ornamental tree. Native ornamental tree having flowers attracting bees and butterflies Tabernaemontana alternifolia 13 Macaranga peltata Chandwar 439 A native shrub extensively found in the tracts & plains of sahyadri used as roost plant by variety of birds. Naag kuda 439 A small evergreen native tree A native tree found in abundance across the sahyadri range 14 Albizia lebbeeck Sirish 439 A native tree with thick canopy. 15 Azadirachta indica Neem 439 A native evergreen tree known for plantation in polluted area. Page 31 (Chairman

32 16 Bridelia retusa Asana Bombax ceiba Sawar Pterospermum acerifolium Muchkund Cordia dichotoma Shelu Neolamarckia cadamba Kadamba Firmiana colorata Kaushi Ervatamia divaricata Ananata Terminalia arjuna Arjun 439 Native evergreen tree having medicinal importance. A native tree with large showy flowers visited by birds. A native evergreen tree used for ornamental plantations. Native deciduous tree attracting various insects A native evergreen tree with thick canopy. A brilliantly flowering native tree abundant in forests of Western Ghats & Deccan A native tree blooming through the year A native evergreen tree with large canopy 24 Holoptelea integrifolia Vavala 439 A native tree 25 Derris indica Karanja Mangifera indica Amba 439 A native tree blooming throughout the year A native evergreen tree with large canopy & large leaf area which helps in dust settling 27 Carissa carandas Karwanda 439 A native evergreen shrub 28 Aegle marmelos Bael 439 A native evergreen tree 29 Caesalpinia pulcherrima Shankasur Plumeria rubra Chafa Calotropis gigentia Rui Microcos paniculata Shirali Callicarpa tomentosa Aisar Moullava spicata Waghati 439 A native evergreen ever flowering shrub An evergreen brilliantly flowering shrub A native evergreen shrub with thick leaves which helps in dust settling A native evergreen tree abundantly found across the Sahyadri ranges A native evergreen tree with beautiful flowers & thick hairy leaves which helps in dust settling A native evergreen shrub usually visited by birds and abundantly found in Sahyadris 35 Terminalia bellerica Baheda 439 A native medicinally important tree 45.Total quantity of plants on ground 46. and list of shrubs and bushes species to be planted in the podium RG: Name C/C Distance Area m Energy Page 32 (Chairman

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