ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN. Hotel Project for Mohamed Ilyas & Ms. Alamzahan

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1 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN Of Hotel Project for Mohamed Ilyas & Ms. Alamzahan at Khasra No. 269Ga, 269Kh, 266Kh & 270 Village Majra, Tehsil Central Doon, District Dehradun (Uttarakhand)

2 GENERAL ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN (For Hotel Project) Environmental protection is a line responsibility for which staff at all levels will have accountability. In addition, procedures, guidelines and notices will advise staff on how to respond in the event of an environmental emergency. OBJECTIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN The main objectives of this EMP are listed below: To prepare a detailed action plan for implementation of mitigative measures. To suggest preventive and mitigative measures to minimize adverse impacts and to maximize beneficial impacts. To suggest a monitoring programme to evaluate the effectiveness of mitigative measures. ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT DURING OPERATIONAL PHASE: Many of the areas in the environmental management planning are of multidisciplinary dimensions. In EMP all technical, biological and socioeconomical control measures have been envisaged and these pertain to: Water Requirement and Supply System Treatment Technology Solid waste management Afforestation and landscape development Air pollution control Fire Fighting system

3 Corporate social responsibility Corporate environmental responsibility Income generation opportunity Improved working conditions Socio-economic measures Disaster management or emergency response plan 1- Water Requirement and Supply System The source of water is bore well. Total water requirement is KLD out of which KLD freshwater will be required during operation phase of the project and remaining shall be recycled after treatment in STP. The total water requirement for the project is detailed below. Water Requirement 1 Water use Fresh water Recycled Water (From STP) Total water requirement KLD KLD KLD 2- Treatment Technology Waste Water generation is 32.4KLD which will be used in green-belt development & flushing requirement. Liquid effluents (Sewage) will be treated in STP of capacity 35 KLD. The treated recycled effluent will be used in flushing, landscaping development and wetting of roads, as required. The treated effluent shall be of a quality suitable for use as flushing and for horticulture for external areas.

4 Process Description Sewage water drainage The following parameters/ site conditions are kept in mind when designing the sewage, water drainage system: Natural slope of the area; Layout of different facility in the complex; Sub-soil water table; Provision of Sewage lifting station; Provision of venting arrangement for manholes; Construction of manholes & laying of pipes considering ground condition; Termination of vent cowl at terrace level; Provision of adequate slope for horizontal header in the under slung pipes especially for public toilets Sewage Treatment Plant Sewage treatment plant for treatment of sewage is provided. The treated effluent shall be of a quality suitable for use as flushing and for horticulture for external areas. Following parameters shall be adopted for the design of sewage treatment plant. Parameters V a l u e Before Treatment After Treatment Ph BOD mg/l < 30 mg/l Suspended Solids mg/l <100 mg/l COD mg/l < 250 mg/l Oil & Grease mg/l <10 mg/l

5 Process Description a. The out fall sewer main from the last manholes, are let into a screening chamber by gravity flow. Large solids particles are intercepted by a bar screen. The primary clarified wastewater is then further pre-treated by fine screening before entering the Equalization tank. Fine screening is being done by bar screen. b. The Kitchen water after screening is collected in oil & grease trap after that goes-in to grit chamber & finally to the equalization tank. The provision of air is kept in equalization tank to break the solids in suspension and to homogenize the sewage. 3- Solid waste The collection and transportation of the solid waste generated during the operational phase of the project will be as follows:- The solid waste generated will be collected and segregated as biodegradable and non recyclable/ non biodegradable waste. Biodegradable waste will be made compost and used in the form of manure in green belt development. Non-biodegradable waste will be stored separately and handed over to the authorized agency for its further disposal. To minimize littering and odors, waste will be stored in well designed containers/bins that will be located at strategic locations to minimize disturbance. 74.8Kg/day of MSW and 20 Kg/day STP sludge will be generated during operation phase. STP sludge is used as manure for green belt development.

6 Estimated Waste Generation for Proposed Project: Facilities Provided Hotel Sludge Waste generation norms per unit 1.1 kg/room /day 0.4 kg per KLD Basis of assumption Assuming 20% solid Unit 68 Rooms KLD 20.0 Total Waste Generated (Kg/day) 4- Afforestation and Landscape Development: The implementation of greenbelt development shall be beneficial to the biological environment. Plants will be planted in two or more rows depending upon the availability of the space. Proponent has already planted some trees; more plants may be planted in rows of one or two by the side of the entire road in and around the hotel. The green belt is to develop using such plant species, as are having the following characteristics: Pollution tolerant species Fast growth rate Thick green foliage cover Evergreen Indigenous or which could be easily growned. Ecologically compatible. 5- Air Pollution Control : Air environment can be subdivided into two categories:

7 Stack Emission Two DG sets of 200 KVA each will be the main sources of air pollution in terms of SO 2 and SPM discharge. Various measures to be adopted for reducing its air pollution are listed below: The acoustic enclosure will be of latest technology with the capability of having control on Smoke & Noise Pollution to meet out the norms stipulated by the CPCB/UEPPCB. DG sets with proper stack height & proper acoustic enclosure. Fugitive Emission Frequent water spraying would be done in the open area of the hotel to keep the SPM contributed by the traffic movement at a low valley. Planting trees inside the hotel along the existing roads will act as sink for dust. 6- Fire Fighting Systems A fire fighting system will be installed within the premises to prevent and contain fire outbreaks. The fire fighting system will consist of fire hydrant system and sprinklers system besides portable extinguishers at specified locations as per the prevailing Fire Norms. The water storage required for the fire reserve will be provided by way of storage tanks with a common suction chamber. The water storage tanks will be constructed underground within the project site. The Hotel will be protected with fire fighting arrangement. A water holding tank for fire hydrant will be provided in the premises. The fire fighting system will be designed by the consultants considering the prevailing standards.

8 Fire-Water Connections Firewater inlet & outlet connections shall be provided to the water storage tanks; External main fire ring and hydrants at desired spacing shall be provided. All flow switches, test valves, drain pipes etc. shall be provided as per guidelines on the sprinkler system; All pump installation and arrangements will be in accordance with the guidelines; 7- Corporate- Social Responsibility The social management plan has been designed to take proactive steps and adopt best practices, which are sensitive to the socio-cultural setting of the region. 8- Corporate- Environmental Responsibility Main objectives of environmental policy are as following: Comply with all applicable environmental laws, and other commitments, with the objective of moving beyond compliance to create shareholder and customer value; Take a risk management approach addressing the adverse environmental impacts of our operations-first, prevent pollution, where feasible and economically sustainable, then environmental impacts that cannot be avoided; Utilize natural resources more efficiently; Engage employees towards energy efficient products; Measure and publicly communicate the progress being made towards improving environmental performance and independently verify key performance results;

9 We are committed to responsible waste management and aim to reduce, reuse and recycle waste generated through our premises by: Reviewing and improving our working practices Building effective waste management and awareness into the decision making process. Delivering effective waste management information to all employees. 9- Disaster Management or Emergency Response Plan Emergency prevention will be provided in the hotel through good design, operation, maintenance and inspection to reduce the probability of occurrence and consequential effect of such eventualities. **********************************