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2 Page# 1 Name of Project : Belkapahar Mine of Wolkem Industries Ltd. Project Code: 226/336/-2005 Clearance Letter No. : J-11015/23/2004-IA.II (M) dated Period of Compliance Report : October, 2015 to March, 2016 SPECIFIC CONDITIONS: SN Conditions Compliance status (i) Top soil should be stacked properly with adequate protection measures earmarked sites and used for reclamation and rehabilitation of the mined out areas. Particulars Proposed in EMP The Top soil generation is very less and it is being simultaneously utilized. The previous Top soil stack is also being simultaneously utilized. Opening balance (MT) Generation Total Used (MT) (MT) (MT) Closing balance (MT) Actual Actual Actual Actual Actual Actual Actual (ii). The OB dumps should be stacked earmarked dump sites only with proper terracing and over all slope of the dump should not exceed 28 o. The OB dump should be scientifically vegetated with suitable native species to prevent erosion and surface run off. Monitoring and management of rehabilitated areas should continue until the vegetation becomes self-sustaining. Compliance status should be submitted to the Ministry of Environment & Forests and its Regional office on yearly basis. OB is properly dumped on non-mineralised zones earmarked in mining scheme & EMP. Dumps are properly terraced. Retaining walls are provided to improve its stability. Water drains are provided. Dump slopes are properly vegetated. As per approved mining scheme, the OB handling :- Period Planned Achieved ,103 MT 61,511 MT ,269 MT 55,175 MT MT MT - (iii) Greenbelt should be raised by planting the native plant species all around the ML area, OB dumps, roads, township etc. in consultation with local DFO / Agriculture The selection of species for afforestation on stabilized dumps is decided jointly in consultant with local forest dept. officials of Pindwara & Sirohi. As per approved mining scheme, plantation done is as under- Year Proposed Achieved Area (hec.) No. of trees survival Area (hec.) No. of trees % % % % % % % % survival Till date we have planted nos. plant and we have also spread

3 Page# 2 (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) Department. The density of the trees should be around 1000 trees per hectare. Check dams and siltation ponds of appropriate size should be constructed to arrest silt and sediment flow from soil and mineral dumps. The water so collected should be utilized for watering mine area, roads, green belt development etc. The drains should be regularly desilted and maintained properly. Garland drain (size, gradient and length) and sump capacity should be designed keeping 50% safety margin over & above peak sudden rainfall and maximum discharge in the area adjoining the mine site. Sump capacity should also provide adequate retention period to allow proper setting of silt material. Regular monitoring of ground water level and quality should be carried out by establishing a network of existing wells and constructing new piezometers at suitable locations by the project proponent in and around project area in consultation with Regional Director, CGWB. The frequency of monitoring should be four times a year, pre-monsoon (April / May), monsoon (August), post-monsoon (November), and winter (January). Data thus collected should be sent at regular intervals to MoEF and CGWB Western Region, Jaipur. Suitable conservation measures to augment groundwater resources in the area shall be planned and implemented in consultation with Regional Director, CGWB. Mine seepage, if any should also be monitored on a long term basis in consultation with Regional Director, CGWB. seeds, the survival rate in this year 89%. Till date we have constructed 6 nos. Check dams and siltation tanks at water discharge points and Nalla in the close vicinity of the ML to arrest silt of waste and mineral. Check dams are also constructed in surrounding areas for harvesting of water to facilitate in agriculture Adequate garland drains have been provided on the periphery of the mine, waste dumps, top soil stacks, etc. These are connected to the check dams for proper settling of silt material. Pre monsoon cleaning and maintenance of garlands are done regularly. Rainfall is less in this area so quantity of flow of water is less and it gets enough time to settle before going into main stream. Monitoring of ground water level and quality of water of wells are done by M/s. Wolkem Consultancy Services, Udaipur on quarterly interval. We have installed 3 nos. of piezometers near Arakhadra nalla and well no.2. The piezometer no.3 damaged so we have installed at other location. Data are being generated and recorded. We are enclosing water monitoring summarized reports at Annexure-A. Mining is done on above ground. No water is encountered during mining. Mining is done on above ground. No water is encountered during mining. The work is continuing much above the water level. We have installed 3 piezometers for regular monitoring of - 2 -

4 (viii) (x) (xi) (xi) (xii) Suitable rainwater harvesting measures on long term basis shall be planned and implemented in consultation with Regional Director, CGWB. Consent to operate should be obtained from SPCB before starting mining activities for enhanced capacity. Drills should either be operated with dust extractors or should be equipped with water inject system. Vehicular emission should be kept under control and regularly monitored. Blasting operation should be carried out only during the daytime. Controlled blasting should be practiced. The mitigative measures for control of ground vibrations and to arrest fly rocks and boulders should be implemented Page# 3 ground water level and reports are enclosed at Annexure-A. One scientist from CGWB visited Belka mine and advised us to carry out rain water harvesting vide his letter no. AR / 2 / Consul / CGWB / WR / 05 / 437 dt Accordingly it is being done. However, we have constructed small & medium size check dams in core zone & buffer zone for water recharging. The above water harvesting done by us has resulted in recharge of rain water at low level zone of Arakhadra nalla near Tani village. We have already constructed cemented water channels for irrigation in nearby cultivated fields. In general, water is available during farming period. Farmers use this water through the cemented channels for irrigation. This has enhanced farm produce resulting improvement in their living standards. We have obtained the consent to establish and operate under Air (prevention and control of pollution) Act, 1981 and water (prevention & control of pollution) Act, 1974 vide letter no. Consent letter no. F(Mines)/Sirohi(Pindwara)/32(1)/ / dated for enhanced production of Wollastonite 0.08 MTPA & Calcite 0.12 MTPA. We have wagon drill, crawler drill & jack hammers. Wagon drill & crawler drill are equipped with OEM water mist system. We provide separate water tank attached with pneumatic pump and accessories which are connected to jack hammers for wet drilling. The above arrangements are quite effective. Our vehicles are properly maintained. Our vehicles are sent to authorize agency at Sirohi once in every six month for exhaust emission level checking and found that all are under prescribed limit. Blasting operation is being carrying out during the day time. Control blasting by using delay detonators and proper blast designs are in practice to control ground vibration, rock fly etc.

5 (xiii) The project proponent should effectively implement actions suggested in the conservation plan in consultation with the concerned forest officials. Specific measures as proposed in the conservation plan for restoration and rehabilitation of panther, sloth and other endangered flora and fauna should be taken. The effectiveness of the conservation measures shall be monitored with inputs obtained from Forest Department and report furnished to this Ministry and its Regional office Page# 4 We had consulted Mr. Raza H. Tehsin, Member, Wild Life Advisory Board, Rajasthan for restoration & rehabilitation of wild life available in this area. As per his advice we have constructed artificial nest with feeding trays, water holes etc. We have constructed some water holes in the adjoining area of ML for drinking water of wild animals. In the old dumps we have spread grass seeds which have grown. The rabbits enjoy the green grass of these dumps. In this area thick foliage plants of variable height are available. We take care to maintain dense green foliage. This is suitable for habitation of langoors and indirectly propagate their population. Water holes for wild animals SN Location Nos. 1. Near first turning of Belka Khera link road from Belka side Adjacent to silting tank / check dam of colony No Near well No.3 of colony No Near Dhekuji 1 Total 4 Artificial nest with feeding tray SN Location Nos. 1. Between workshop and first aid colony 1 2. In front of civil office 1 3. Garden in front of dispensary 2 4. Nursery 2 5. Near weigh bridge 1 6. Near colony No Near colony No Near pit office 1 9. In front of guest house 1 Total 12 Flora & fauna management plan. Activity Unit Existing Proposed Actual 1- Forestry activities : a- Eco-restoration of area under closure ha b- Soil & water conservation ha c- Afforestation & management of flora ha d- Improvement of fauna i- Water holes for wild life Nos ii- Feeding ground for birds Artificial nest Nos Feeding tray Nos iii- Feeding for hares Nos. 1 1 iv- Habitat for langoors Nos. 1 v- Habitat for aquatic fauna Nos. vi Habitat for browning animals Nos. 2 We have fire fighting apparatus, trained fire fighting personnel, water tankers equipped with pumps to combat accidental fire in surrounding forest.

6 Page# 5 We are also part of Sirohi District Disaster Management body. Our ambulances and water tankers are enrolled in this group. (xiv) A Final closure plan alongwith details of corpus fund should be submitted to the Ministry of Environment & Forest 5 years in advance of final mine closure for approval. Progressive mine closure plan has been made and approved from Indian Bureau of Mines and all conditions are being complied. In case of final mine closure, the company will intimate 5 years in advance. GENERAL CONDITIONS: SN Conditions Compliance status (i) No change in mining technology and scope of working should be made without prior approval of the Ministry of Environment & Forests. Mining technology & scope of working is as per EMP & Mining scheme. In case of any change, if required, we will obtain prior approval from MoEF. (ii) (iii) (vi) No change in the calendar plan including excavation, quantum of Wollastonite & calcite and waste should be made Conservation measures for protection of flora & fauna in the core & buffer zone should be drawn up in consultation with local forest department and experts. At least four ambient air quality monitoring stations should be established in the core zone as well as the buffer zone for RPM, SPM, SO 2 and NOx monitoring. Location of the stations should be decided based on the meteorological data, topographical features and environmentally & ecologically sensitive targets in consultation with the State Pollution Control Board. The production approved in EMP is 80,000 MT Wollastonite and 1,20,000 MT Calcite per annum. Since market demand is reduced in this year our production was much lower than the approved production targets. There is no change in total excavation plan. Conservation measures for protection of flora & fauna in the core & buffer zone are done in consultation with experts. We have constructed some water holes in the adjoining area of ML for drinking water of wild animals. In the old dumps we have spread grass seeds which have grown. The rabbits enjoy the green grass of these dumps. We have also constructed 12 artificial nests & feeding trays for birds. Details have been tabulated in point no. xiii of above specific conditions. 7 ambient air quality monitoring stations have been established in the core & buffer zone for RPM, SPM, SO 2, NO x monitoring. Monitoring is being done by M/s. Wolkem Consultancy Services, Udaipur. We are enclosing air monitoring summarized report at Annexure-B

7 (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) Data on ambient air quality should be regularly submitted to the Ministry including its Regional office at Lucknow and the State Pollution Control Board / Central Pollution Control Board once in six month. Fugitive dust emissions from all the sources should be controlled regularly monitored and data recorded properly. Water spraying arrangement on haul roads, wagon loading, dump, trucks (loading & unloading) should be provided and properly maintained. Measures should be taken for control of noise level within prescribed standard. Workers engaged in blasting and drilling operations, HEMM operation etc. should be provided with ear plugs / muffs. Industrial waste water (workshop and waste water from the mine) should be properly collected, treated so as to conform to the standards prescribed under GSR 422 (E) dt and or as amended from time to time. Oil and grease trap should be installed before discharge of workshop effluents. Environmental laboratory should be established with adequate number and type of pollution monitoring and analysis equipment in consultation with the state pollution control board. Page# 6 Dust emissions are regularly controlled and monitored. Water sprinkling on haulage roads, dumps, loading & unloading points is done. Noise levels are regularly monitored and are within prescribed standards. Workers engaged in blasting & drilling operations, HEMM operators are provided ear plugs. Noise monitoring summarized report is enclosed at Annexure-C. Proper arrangement of trapping of oil and grease before discharge of workshop effluent is provided near colony no.2 Monitoring is being done by agency M/s. Wolkem Consultancy Services, Udaipur (Empanelled by Rajasthan State Pollution Control Board and accredited by NABL). They have all instruments of monitoring like air samplers, noise level meter, meteorological station etc. (ix) Personnel working in dusty areas should wear protective respiratory devices and they should also be provided with adequate training and information on safety & health aspects. We provide adequate training & information on safety & health aspect at our group VT center by our engineers & medical officer. Workers working in dusty areas are provided with respiratory devices - 6 -

8 (x) Occupational health surveillance program of the workers should be undertaken periodically to observe any contractions due to exposure to dust and take corrective measures, if needed. Occupational health surveillance program has been carried out and the details are as under : Year Page# 7 No. of persons examined We are also making the general medical examination once in year of every employee. We have not observed any occupational industrial diseases. Only seasonal diseases have been observed (xi) A separate environmental management cell with suitable qualified personnel should be setup under the control of a senior executive, who will report directly to the head of the organization. We have separate environmental management cell under the control of Unit Head. The environment cell consists of mining engineer, civil engineers, personnel officer, local workers, gardeners etc. (xii) The funds earmarked for environmental protection measures should be kept in separate account and should not be diverted for other purpose. Year wise expenditure should be reported to the Ministry. Expenses on environment works done at Belkapahar mine are as under. SN HEAD Yearly projection as per EMP Actual A Pollution Monitoring 1 Staff Salaries Environment Monitoring Studies Sub Total B 1 2 Pollution Control Protective works for waste dump management including construction of retaining wall / water drains, terracing etc Fuel, diesel, lubricants and power for water tankers, electrical motors, pumps, tractor etc Repairs & Maintenance of machineries Sub Total C Green Belt & Fauna Management plan 1 Green Belt Fauna management Sub Total

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10 BELKAPAHAR MINE, WOLKEM INDUSTRIESLTD Physico Chemical analysis of water in core zone and buffer zone for the year Annexure-A1 Month of sampling Pre monsoon (Apr) Monsoon (August) Post Monsoon (November) Winter (January) <-- Location Particulars --> Desirable limit (IS-10500) Permissible (IS-10500) W-1 W-2 W-5 W-6 W-7 W-1 W-2 W-5 W-6 W-7 W-1 W-2 W-5 W-6 W-7 W-1 W-2 W-5 W-6 W-7 Colour (Hazen unit) Turbidity (NTU) 5 5 ph 6.5 to 8.5 TDS (ppm) TSS Total hardness as CaCo3(ppm) Calcium as Ca 2+ (ppm) Magnesium as Mg 2+ (ppm) Iron as Fe 2+ (ppm) Chlorides as Cl (ppm) N.A NR < Nil Nil Nil < Nil Nil Nil < Nil Nil Nil < Nil Nil Nil < Nil Nil Nil < Nil Nil Nil < Nil Nil Nil < Nil Nil Nil < Nil Nil Nil < Nil Nil Nil < Nil Traces <0.01 < Nil Traces <0.01 < Nil Traces <0.01 < Nil Traces <0.01 < Nil Traces <0.01 < Nil Traces <0.01 < Nil Traces <0.01 < Nil Traces <0.01 < Nil Traces <0.01 < Nil Traces <0.01 Dissolve Oxygen (ppm) 2- Sulphate as SO4 Nitrate as No3 (ppm) Fluoride as F (ppm) Chromium as Cr 6+ (ppm) Mineral oil (ppm) Residual free chlorine (ppm) W-1 Belka mine well No.1 W-2 Drinking water at village Tani W-5 Drinking water at village Bhimana Analysis done by Wolkem India limited, NABL Accredited chemical testing laboratory W-6 Nalla flowing at the enterence area near DG room Recognized by Govt. of India, Ministry of Science & Technology, DSIR, New Delhi W-7 Nalla flowing at the outlet of lease area (Empanelled by RSPCB) Recognized by MOEF & CC

11 SN Location 1 Flow of Arakhadra nalla near DG room at the entrance of ML area 2 Flow of Arakhadra nalla near gate No.1 colony at outlet of ML area 3 Flow of Arakhadra nalla at village Tani 4 Flow of Arakhadra nalla at village Bhimana BELKA PAHAR MINES Annexure- A2 WATER DRAINAGE SURVEY (Pre-monsoon) (Monsoon) (Post monsoon) (Winter) April,15 Aug. 15 Nov. 15 Jan.16 Flow of water with 0.6 mtr Flow of water with 1.25 mtr Flow of water with 1.25 mtr Flow of water with 1.0 mtr width & 0.1 mtr depth width & 1.12 mtr depth width & 0.12 mtr depth width & 0.1 mtr depth Q=28.42 M 3/ Hr Q=76.06 M 3 /Hr Q=58.06 M 3 /Hr Q=23.48 M 3 /Hr Flow of water with 0.7 mtr width & 0.1 mtr depth Q=24.71 M 3/ Hr Flow of water with 0.7 mtr width & 0.1 mtr depth Q=15.95 M 3/ Hr Flow of water with 0.9 mtr width & 0.12 mtr depth Q=23.14 M 3/ Hr Flow of water with 1.25 mtr width & 0.13 mtr depth Q=90.0 M 3 /Hr Flow of water with 1.35 mtr width & 0.14 mtr depth Q=84.0 M 3 /Hr Flow of water with 1.4 mtr width & 0.16 mtr depth Q= M 3 /Hr Flow of water with 1.25 mtr width & 0.13 mtr depth Q=45.38 M 3 /Hr Flow of water with 1.35 mtr width & 0.14 mtr depth Q=41.68 M 3 /Hr Flow of water with 1.40 mtr width & 0.16 mtr depth Q=56.61 M 3 /Hr Flow of water with 1.0 mtr width & 0.1 mtr depth Q=20.32 M 3 /Hr Flow of water with 1.0 mtr width & 0.12 mtr depth Q=14.08 M 3 /Hr Flow of water with 1.25 mtr width & 0.14 mtr depth Q=20.90 M 3 /Hr

12 BELKA PAHAR MINE, WOLKEM INDUSTRIES LTD. GROUND WATER SURVEY DATA OF WELLS INSIDE & ADJACENT TO BELKAPAHAR MINE Annexure-A3 Year Survey point Top RL (m) Depth Bottom RL of water level (m) (m) RL (m) Pre Monsoon Post Winter monsoon monsoon Well no Well no Well no Well at village Tani Ambamata well The bottom of well caved in. The earlier depth was 18.3 m and bottom RL was 610.8m. Now it is 14.0 and m respectively. The depth of well mentioned in well at Tani village has typing error. We have corrected it. The present depth is 12.0 and bottom RL is 468m.

13 Wolkem Industries Ltd., Belkapahar Mine Ambient Air Quality Survey Data SN Sampling Station Zone Annexure-B Results in (µg/m 3 ) Pre Monsoon (Apr.) Post Monsoon (Nov.) PM 10 PM 2.5 SO 2 NO 2 PM 10 PM 2.5 SO 2 NO 2 1 A-1 Mine working at face no.6 Core A-2 Roof of Mine office Core A-4 Colony at face no.1 Core A-5 At village Tani near Road turning Buffer A-7 At Panchayat Bhavan, village Gharat Buffer CPCB Norms PM 10 PM 2.5 SO 2 NO X Industrial, Residential, Rural & other area Analysis done by Wolkem India limited, NABL Accredited chemical testing laboratory Recognized by Govt. of India, Ministry of Science & Technology, DSIR, New Delhi (Empanelled by RSPCB) Recognized by MOEF & CC

14 BELKAPAHAR MINE Noise Level in (db) A for the year Location Annexure-C Day Time Night Time Day Time Night Time Maximum Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum Minimum (db) (db) (db) (db) (db) (db) (db) (db) 1 At mine faces where maximum concentration of machines Near screening plant Near OB dumps At mine office Near face no.1 colony at Mohan Singh quarter Near guest house at Belka Near Nichla Khera near building at plantation of Khea Near village Tani at Samira quarter Near villager Gharat at Panchayat office Inside DG room (DG in operation 62.5 KVA) Inside DG room (DG in operation 25 KVA) Near Jack hammer drilling in working area Not in operation Not in operation 13 Near Wagon drill drilling Not in operation Not in operation Analysis done by Wolkem India limited, NABL Accredited chemical testing laboratory Recognized by Govt. of India, Ministry of Science & Technology, DSIR, New Delhi (Empanelled by RSPCB) Recognized by MOEF & CC Pre Monsoon (Apr,2015) Post Monsoon (Nov, 2015)

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16 Name of Project : Kheratarla Mine of Wolkem Industries Ltd. Project Code: Clearance Letter No. : J-11015/158/ 2003-IA.II.(M) dated and Period of Compliance Report : October, 2015 to March, 2016 Page# 1 As per letter dt an inclusion production of mineral Feldspar & Quartz 98,000 MT / annum in addition to previous clearance dt , production capacity of mine Wollastonite 2,10,000 MT / annum, Calcite 30,000 MT / annum with the following conditions - ADDITIONAL SPECIFIC CONDITIONS: (i) The project proponent shall obtain Consent to Establish and Consent to Operate from the Rajasthan State Pollution Control Board for inclusion of production of mineral feldspar and quartz and effectively implement all the conditions stipulated therein. We have obtained the Consent to establish under section 21(4) of Air (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, 1981 and under section 25/26 of Water (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 vide letter no. F (Mines) / Pali (Bali) / 103 (1) / / dt and (ii) (iii) (iv) Environmental clearance is granted subject to final outcome of Hon ble Supreme Court of India in Contempt Petition (C) 412/2004 in IA No.833 in Writ Petition (C) No. 202 of 1995, as may be applicable to this project. The over burden dumps presently lying and containing the mineral feldspar and quartz shall be rehandling for wining the mineral feldspar and quartz. Monitoring and management of rehabilitated areas shall continue until the vegetation becomes self-sustaining. Compliance status shall be submitted to the Ministry of Environment & Forests and its Regional Office located at Lucknow on six monthly basis. Effective safeguard measures such as regular water sprinkling shall be carried out in critical areas prone to air pollution and having high levels of SPM and RSPM such as haul Consent to operate under section 21(4) of Air (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, 1981 and under section 25/26 of Water (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 vide letter no. F(Mines) / Pali (Bali) / 1858(1) / / dated 17/03/2016 Yes, we agree. The sub grade feldspar and quartz lying in the dumps are separately stocked and kept for processing. Whenever these sub-grade dumps will handle we will adopt the all rehabilitation management measures for the area. We have one water tanker 8000 liters capacity for spraying water on road, dumps, mineral stacks, water spraying system at crushing and screening points. We have the bag filters for our screening plant to arrest the dust. We have the arrangement 1

17 (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) road, loading and unloading point and all transfer points. It shall be ensured that the Ambient Air Quality parameters conform to the norms prescribed by the Central Pollution Control Board in this regard. Suitable rainwater harvesting measures on long term basis shall be planned and implemented in consultation with the Regional Director, Central Ground Water Board. Mineral handling area shall be provided with adequate number of high efficiency dust extraction system. Loading and unloading areas including all the transfer points should also have efficient dust control arrangements. These should be properly maintained and operated. Pre-placement medical examination and periodical medical examination of the workers engaged in the project shall be carried out and records maintained. For the purpose, schedule of health examination of the workers should be drawn and followed accordingly. Provision shall be made for the housing of construction labour within the site with all necessary infrastructure and facilities such as fuel for cooking, mobile toilets, mobile STP, safe drinking water, medical health care, crèche etc. The housing may be in the form of temporary structures to be removed after the completion of the project. The critical parameters such as SPM, RSPM, NOx in the ambient air within the impact zone, peak particle velocity at 300m distance or within the nearest habitation, whichever is closer shall be monitored [TDS, DO, PH and Total Suspended Solids (TSS)] The monitored data shall be uploaded on the website of the company as well as displayed on a display board at the project site at a suitable location near the main gate Page# 2 of wet drilling system in our all the drill machines. We are regularly monitoring the SPM, SO 2, NO x, Carbon Mono oxides and other gases in an around the mining area. The analysis report of ambient air is at Annexure-A. There are 96 nos. dams, anicuts, check dams are present in the surrounding area of 10 kms. Radius. We have also constructed the 40 nos. check dams and anicuts in the surrounding area of mines. Roof top harvesting has been done as advised by CGWB. We have one water tanker 8000 liters capacity for spraying water on road, dumps, mineral stacks, water spraying system at crushing points and also discharge points. We have the arrangement of wet drilling system in our all the drill machines. We are conducting the initial medical examination of employees before induction and periodical medical examination of the employees as per mines rules. The details are as under Year No. of person examined The workers are from the nearby villages, they come in the morning and leave the site in the evening, only emergency workmen, supervisory & officers are staying at site in a temporary structure. The LPG cylinders are provided for cooking at site. We have dispensary with full time doctor & compounder at our mine. The ambulance is provided at mines. The potable drinking water is provided at mines. We are regularly monitoring the SPM, SO 2, NO x, Carbon Mono oxides and other gases in an around the mining area. The analysis report of ambient air and water is attached. The result of air & water analysis has been displayed at board near mine gate. We have also uploaded on our website. 2

18 of the Company in public domain. The circular No. J-20012/1/2006- IA.II(M) dated issued by Ministry of Environment and Forests, which is available on the website of the Ministry shall also be referred in this regard for its compliance. Page# 3 ADDITIONAL GENERAL CONDITIONS: (i) (ii) The project proponent shall submit six monthly reports on the status of compliance of the stipulated environmental clearance conditions including results of monitored data(both in hard copies as well as by e- mail) to the Ministry of Environment and Forests, its Regional Office Lucknow, the respective zonal offece of CPCB and the SPCB. The proponent shall upload the status of compliance of the environmental clearance conditions, including results of monitored data on their website and shall update the same periodically. It shall simultaneously be sent to the Regional Office of the Ministry of Environment and Forests, Lucknow, the respective zonal Officer of CPCB and SPCB. The environmental statement for each financial year ending 31 st March in Form-V as is mandated to be submitted by the project to the concerned State Pollution Control Board as prescribed under the Environment (Protection) Rules,1986, as amended subsequently, shall also be put on the website of the company along with the status of compliance of environmental clearance conditions and shall also be sent to the Regional Office of the Ministry of Environment and Forests, at Lucknow by . The six monthly compliance reports are being submitted regularly to concerned authority. The environmental statement is being submitted every year on time. The previous statement sent on

19 (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) All other condition of the above referred environmental clearance letter shall remain unchanged. The Ministry or any other competent authority may alter/ modify the above condition or stipulate any further condition in the interest of environment protection. Failure to comply with any of the conditions mentioned above may result In withdrawal of this clearance and attract action under the provisions of the Environment (Protection) Act, The above conditions will be enforced inter-alia, under the provisions of the Water (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 the Air (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, 1981 the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 and the Public Liability Insurance Act, 1991 along with their amendments and rules made there under and also any other orders passed by the Hon ble Supreme Court of India/ High Court of Rajasthan and any other Court of Law relating to the subject matter. Any appeal against this environmental clearance shall lie with the National Environment Appellate Authority, If preferred within a period of 30 days as prescribed under section 11 of the EIA Notification, Noted. The compliance report is attached. Page# 4 Presently no modification or alteration suggested by ministry. It is noted. Yes, we agree and assure that we will comply with all the conditions mentioned. The regular returns are being submitted to concern authority as per water and air pollution act. We implement and follow all applicable orders related to our mines passed by Hon ble supreme court of India/ High court of Rajasthan and any other court related to the subject matter. Noted. SPECIFIC CONDITIONS: with ref. to letter dt SN Conditions Compliance status (i) The company shall The project cost mention in the environment clearance letter is earmark a separate fund of 1% of the total project Lac and as per the condition, company deposited at demand draft cost with a minimum of no dated for Rs.1.30 Lacs being the 1% of the total Rs.50,000/- for ecodevelopment measures project cost in favour of Member Secretary, RSPCB, payable at Jaipur including welfare vide letter no. WIL/KHR (EMP)/ /361 dated We also measures in the project submitted the plan of Eco-development measures including welfares 4

20 (ii) (iii) area. The amount shall be deposited by the company in a separate account within three months to be maintained by the Rajasthan State Pollution Control board (RSPCB). The action plan is this regard shall be submitted to RSPCB as well as to this Ministry and its Regional Office at Lucknow within three months of issued of this letter. After approval of the action plan by the RSPCB, the amount deposited will be released in two installments to the project authorities based on the progress of implementation. The RSPCB shall ensure that implementation of the action plan for ecodevelopment measures is completed within two years from, the date of its approval by RSPCB. Further, the interest accrued during this period on the amount deposited by the project authorities with the RSPCB shall be ploughed back to the same eco-development fund. Top soil should be stacked properly with adequate protection measures at earmarked sites and used for reclamation and rehabilitation of the mined out areas. The OB dumps should be stacked at earmarked dump sites only with proper terracing and overall slope of the dump should not exceed The OB dumps should Page# 5 measures in near by area of the mines to the Member Secretary, RSPCB, Jaipur vide letter no.wil/khera/emp/05-06/878 dated for approval and a copy to your office at Lucknow. Amount deposited has been returned back by RSPCB vide letter no.f7171rspcb/account/97 dated We are regularly doing the social development work. The stacking and utilization of the topsoil is being done properly with adequate protection at earmarked site and it is being used for reclamation work simultaneously. As per approved mining scheme 1000 MT top soil will be generated in 3 years ( to ) Year Opening Generated Total Utilized Balance balance MT 320 MT 2549 MT 295 MT 2254 MT MT 464 MT 2718 MT 410 MT 2308 MT MT 336 MT 2644 MT 102 MT 2542 MT The dumping of overburden is as per the approved plan and overall slope of the dumping is maintained. The afforestation is being done simultaneously on established dump. The overburden has been dumped on a proper place covering the area with retaining walls and these walls has been supported properly, the benches and terracing of OB dumps has been made and vertical water drains made. The part of the dump which is inactive and saturated has been properly terraced, top soil spread, local grass seeds and vegetation has been planted for 5

21 (iv) (v) be scientifically vegetated with suitable native species to prevent erosion and surface run off. Monitoring and management of rehabilitated areas should continue until the vegetation becomes self sustaining. Compliance status should be submitted to the Ministry of Environment & Forest and its Regional Office on yearly basis. Greenbelt should be raised by planting the native plant species all around the ML area, OB dumps, roads, township etc. in consultation with local DFO / Agriculture Department. The density of the trees should be around 1500 tress per hectare. Check dams and siltation ponds of appropriate size should be constructed to arrest silt and sediment flows from soil and mineral dumps. The water so collected should be utilized for watering mine area, roads, green belt development etc. The drains should be regularly desalted and maintained properly. Garland drain (size, gradient and length) and sump capacity should be designed keeping 50% safety margin over and above peak sudden rainfall and maximum discharge in the area adjoining the mine site. Sump capacity should also provide adequate retention period to allow proper setting of silt material. Page# 6 stabilization of dumps. The species used are local and the consultation regarding afforestation and concern matters has been discussed time to time with State Forest Department officials. The selection of species for Afforestation on stabilized dumps is decided in consultation Forest/Agriculture departments. The details of Afforestation proposed in approved mining scheme is as under Planned Actual Planned Actual Planned Actual Location Dump E Dump E Dump D Dump D Dump E Dump E Area (ha) No. of Plants Species Survival % 80% 88% 80% 87% 80% 85% Till date we have planted nos. and survival rate is 80% Check dams and siltation tanks have been constructed at water discharge points and Nalla to arrest silt and sediments flows from waste and mineral. The water drains have been made in an around the mine for systematic drainage system of the mines. The details of check dams & siltation tanks are as below. List of Check Dams and siltation tank near by Mines. Type of Construction Location Nos. of Check dam 1 Dry stone masonary At Khera Nalla 2 Siltation Tank check dam 2 Anicuts(Cemented) At Khera Nalla 1 3 Siltation tank At Khera Nalla 1 4 Siltation tank Dump E 1 5 Dry stone masonary Near Dump 'E' 3 check dam 6 Dry stone masonary check dam Near office area 4 7 Siltation tank Near main haul road 1 TOTAL 10 3

22 (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) (x) Regular monitoring of ground water level and quality should be carried out by establishing a network of existing wells and constructing new Peizo-meters at suitable locations by the project proponent in and around project are in consultation with Regional Director, CGWB. The frequency of monitoring should be four times a year, premonsoon (April / May), Monsoon (August), Post-Monsoon (November), and winter (January). Data thus collected should be sent at regular intervals to MOEF and CGWB Western region, Jaipaur. Suitable conservation measures to augment groundwater resources in the area shall be planned and implemented in consultation with Regional Director, CGWB. Mining should be restricted above water table. Suitable rainwater harvesting measures on long term basis shall be planned and implemented in consultation with Regional Director, CGWB. Consent to operate should be obtained from SPCB before starting mining activities for enhanced production. Page# 7 The work done for ground water, the monitoring data and other water drainage system related reports has been submitted to the Regional Director, CGWB, Jaipur vide letters no.1863 dated , letter no.673 dated and further correspondence dated and copy to the MOEF, Lucknow for approval of our work. The inspection has been done by Scientists of Central Ground Water Board, Jodhpur and as advised by him the details have been submitted to him and also piezometer have been installed and details given above and have also recognized the work done for water management and monitoring vide there letter no. AR/2/Consul/CGWB/WR/05/437 dt We are regularly monitoring the ground water level in and around the ML area. The Peizo-meter has been installed at our mines. We are regularly monitoring the water drainage of streams, quality of water and level of tube wells etc. The monitoring reports are enclosed at Annexure-C. There are 96 nos. dams, anicuts, check dams are present in the surrounding area of 10 kms. Radius. We have also constructed the 40 nos. check dams and anicuts in the surrounding area of mines. Roof top harvesting has been done as advised by CGWB. Mine working is above the ground water level. (Ground water level as measured by peizometer installed). We have already mentioned in the Specific Condition No. (vii). We have also installed Roof top harvesting measures as per the advise of Central Ground Water Board. We have obtained the Consent to establish under section 21(4) of Air (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, 1981 and under section 25/26 of Water (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 vide letter no. F (Mines) / Pali (Bali) / 103 (1) / / dt and Consent to operate under section 21(4) of Air (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, 1981 and under section 25/26 of Water (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 vide letter no. F(Mines)/ Pali (Bali)/1858(1) / / dated 17/03/2016 7

23 (xi) Drills should either be operated with dust extractors or should be equipped with water injection system. We have the wet drilling system in our all the drill machines. Page# 8 (xii) (xiii) (xiv) (xv) Vehicular emission should be kept under control and regularly monitored. Blasting operation should be carried out only during the daytime Controlled blasting should be practiced. The mitigative measures for control of ground vibration and to arrest fly rocks and boulders should be implemented The project proponent should effectively implement actions suggested in the conservation plan in consultation with the concerned forest officials. Specific measures as proposed in the conservation plan for restoration and rehabilitation of panther, sloth bear and other endangered flora and fauna should be taken. The effectiveness of the conservation measures shall be monitored with inputs obtained from Forest Department and report furnished to this Ministry and its Regional Office. A Final Mine Closure Plan along with details of Corpus Fund should be submitted to the Ministry of Environment & Forests 5 years in advance of final mine closure for approval. Vehicular emission is under control. The Ambient air quality data are being monitored regularly for each quarter. All the vehicles are being regularly tested and obtained PUC certificate from the authority. The blasting operation is being carried out during the day time. Controlled blasting by using delay detonators and proper blast design are implemented regularly to control ground vibration, rock fly etc. The drilling and blasting operation is being monitored by statutory person. We are also using the rock breaker for breaking the mineral boulders to reduce the drilling and blasting. Suitable measures like formation of anicuts, check dams where water can store is made for restoration and rehabilitation of fauna. Various types of ideas collected from the expertise and implemented like construction of nest for rehabilitation of birds etc. We have made 3 nos. water holes outside the ML area for restoration and rehabilitation of fauna. The plant and trees are selected for afforestation in the area is local and suitable for the local environment which supports the fauna. The work done for wild life conservation and fauna management is given in following tables: Artificial nest with feeding tray No. Location Nos. 1. In front of office 1 2. Near canteen 1 3. Back side of office 1 4. Back of workshop 1 5. Near social forestry 2 Total - 6 Water holes for wild animals No. Location Nos. 1. Khera Nalla nichla Khera 1 2. Near Bhujeshwar Khera nalla 1 3. Near dump F 1 4. Near Dholi Magri well 1 Total - 4. Progressive mine closure plan has been made and approved from Indian Bureau of Mines and all condition are being complied. Financial assurance inform of bank guarantee has been deposited with IBM Ajmer. In case of final mine closure, the company will intimate 5 years in advance. 8

24 GENERAL CONDITIONS: Page# 9 SN Conditions Compliance status (i) No change in mining technology and scope of working should be made without prior approval of the Ministry of Environment & Forests (ii) (iii) No change in the calendar plan including excavation, quantum of wollastonite and calcite and waste should be made. Conservation measures for protection of flora and fauna in the core and buffer zone should be drawn up in consultation with the local forest department and experts. Our mine is mechanized. The overburden and mineral are handled by deployment of machines and the breaking of mineral is done manually and by rock breaker that is same system as proposed in EMP is being followed : The land use pattern proposed and actual is as below: Land use pattern proposed and actual for mining activities along with present land utilized. S.N. Particulars Diverted Under FCA Land Used 1 M.L. Diverted forest Hect. Hect. 2 Mining and road Storing of mineral/ore Dumping of O/B Infrastructures Sub-total A Outside M.L. Diverted forest 8 Storing of tools & machinery & Construction of office, work shop etc. 9 Town ship Sub-total B Outside ML Diverted forest 12 Road from khera magazine to belka magazine Road from M.L. boundary to nearest forest entrance (Teja ka vas) 14 Sub-total C Total A+B+C Waste dump outside ML (In revenue land) The excavation and production of Wollastonite, Calcite and OB are within limit as per approved mining scheme. The figures are as below- Year Planned / Wollastonite Calcite Feldspar O/B Actual Planned 1,70,076 MT 0 MT 500 MT 8,25,795 MT Actual 1,57,229 MT 0 MT 0 MT 8,21,665 MT Planned 1,71,655 MT 0 MT 0 MT 5,68,975 MT Actual 1,47,156 MT 0 MT 0 MT 7,86,996 MT Planned 1,77,518 MT 0 MT 0 MT 7,98,763 MT. Actual 1,45,159 MT 0 MT 0 MT 7,74,503 MT It is being followed. The details of compliance are mentioned in Specific Condition No. (xiv). (iv) At least four ambient air quality We have established the total 6 nos. monitoring stations considering the wind direction, topographical features of the area and the concentration of the working area. The 4 nos. stations are in core zone 9

25 (v) monitoring stations should be established in the core zone as well as the buffer zone for RPM, SPM, SO 2 and NOx monitoring. Location of the stations should be decided based on the meteorological data, topographical features, and environmentally and ecologically sensitive targets in consultation with the State Pollution Control Board. Data on ambient air quality should be regularly submitted to the Ministry including its Regional office at Lucknow and the State Pollutions Control Board / Central Pollution Control Board once in six months. Fugitive dust emissions from all the sources should be controlled regularly monitored and data recorded properly. Water spraying arrangement on haul roads, wagon loading, dump, trucks (loading & unloading) Page# 10 and 2 nos. stations are in buffer zone. We are regularly monitoring for Ambient air, water quality and ground water level and other related data for quarter and six monthly as applicable. We are regularly submitting the compliance report of the conditions i.e. Quarterly & half yearly to RSPCB and MOEF- Lucknow. The data enclosed in Annexure-A. We have one water tanker 8000 liters capacity for spraying water on road, dumps, mineral stacks, water spraying system at crushing points. We have the arrangement of wet drilling system in our all the drill machines. We are regularly monitoring the SPM, SO 2, NO x, Carbon Mono oxides and other gases in an around the mining area. The analysis report of ambient air is at Annexure-A. 10

26 (vi) (vii) (viii) should be provided and properly maintained. Measures should be taken for control of noise levels within prescribed standards. Workers engaged in blasting and drilling operations, HEMM operation etc. should be provided with ear plugs / muffs. Industrial waste water (workshop and waste water from the mine should be properly collected, treated so as to conform to the standards prescribed under GSR 422 (E) dated 19 th May, 1993 and 31 st December, 1993 or as amended from time to time. Oil and grease trap should be installed before discharge of workshop effluents. Environmental laboratory should be established with adequate number and type of pollution monitoring and analysis equipment in consultation with the State 11 Page# 11 We are taking all the safety measures like providing helmets and ear muffs to the worker engaged in drilling & blasting and HEMM operation etc. The maintenance of the machines is being regularly done. Noise levels monitoring is done regularly and it is within limit. The monitoring data of noise levels at various locations and time are enclosed in Annexure-B. We have a centralized workshop maintenance facility at our mines and there the proper arrangement of taping of oil and grease before discharge of workshop effluent made. The qualities of water near the workshop in abandoned tube well is enclosed in Annexure-C. We have the environmental management cell headed by the V.P. (Mines). The mines manager, mining engineer, geologist, skilled operators and Gardner etc. look after the environment management. We have the following equipments (i) 2 nos. high volume air samplers; (ii) Water censors (iii) hydraulic receiver pressure test machine (iv) 2 nos. portable DG sets, (v) sound level meter and other equipments. We have also installed a metrological station with software at our near by mines for collection of metrological data. The monitoring are being done regularly and data are being analyzed and tested of M/s Wolkem India Limited, Udaipur at recognized labs having all the standards of testing parameters and measurements. Empanelled by RSPCB and also

27 Pollution Control Board. accredited by NABL and also recognize by MoEF & CC. Page# 12 (ix) (x) (xi) (xii) Personnel working in dusty areas should wear protective respiratory devices and they should also be provided with adequate training and information on safety and health aspects. Occupational health surveillance program of the workers should be undertaken periodically to observe contractions due to exposure to dust and take corrective measures, if needed. A separate environmental management cell with suitable qualified personnel should be set-up under the control of a Senior Executive, who will report directly to the Head of the Organization. The funds earmarked for environmental protection measures should be kept in separate account and should not be diverted for other purpose. We are providing the dust mask to the employees wherever the possibilities of dust generation is high. We are providing the basic and refresher vocational training to all the employees working at Kheratarla Mine. We are also conducting the periodical and initial medical examination of the employees. Occupational health surveillance program has been carried out and the details are as under: Year No. of person examined We are also making the general medical examination once in year of every employee. We have not observed any occupational industrial diseases. Only seasonal diseases have been observed. We have separate environmental management cell under the control of Unit Head. The environment cell consists of mining engineer, civil engineers, personnel officer, local inhabitance, gardeners etc. It is maintained separately. Year wise expenditure incurred and the capital expenditure made for environmental protection measures for various heads are submitted to MOEF and RSPCB which are as below: Expenditure Incurred on Environment Protection Measure 12

28 (xiii) (xiv) (xv) Year wise expenditure should be reported to the Ministry.. The Regional Office of this Ministry located at Lucknow shall monitor compliance of the stipulated conditions. The project authorities should provide a set of filled in questionnaire and EIA / EMP report to them and extend full cooperation to the officer (s) of the Regional Office by furnishing the requisite data / information / monitoring reports. The project authorities should inform to the Regional Office located at Lucknow as well to the Ministry of Environment and Forests regarding date of financial closures and final approval of the project by the concerned authorities and the date of start of land development work. A copy of the clearance letter will be marked to the concerned Panchayat / Local NGO, if any, from whom any suggestions / representation has been received while processing the proposal. SN HEAD Yearly projection as per EMP (Rs. in Lac) A Pollution Monitoring (Rs. in Lac) Page# (Rs. in Lac) 1 Staff Salaries Environment Monitoring Studies Sub Total B Pollution Control 1 Protective works for waste dump management including construction of retaining wall / water drains, terracing etc 2 Fuel, diesel, lubricants and power for water tankers, electrical motors, pumps, tractor etc 3 Repairs & Maintenance of machineries Sub Total C Green Belt & Fauna Management plan 1 Green belt Fauna management Sub Total D Occupational health monitoring E Awareness Programme Total (A to E) Whenever the officers from MOEF, Lucknow visit to mines, all the requisite data, information s, monitoring reports and other relevant documents has been provided. We are following the programmes as per schedules. The copy of the clearance has been given to the Sarpanch of village Tejavas Panchayat on dated and copy has been provided to MOEF, Lucknow. 13

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