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1 ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT PLAN No. 1. Increase in water demand due to water usage for, dust suppression and for domestic purpose of workers 2. Sewage generation (9 KLD) and disposal 3. Solid waste generation (15 kg/day) by workers 4. Construction activity may lead to : Water logging or flooding on site Unsanitary conditions and mosquito breeding on site Sedimentation of outside drains CONSTRUCTION PHASE Use of polymeric 1. Construction spray for dust Contractors suppression instead of water wherever possible Use of wet jute cloth 2. Supervisor covering the walls ( and soaking the same with minimum quantity of water to avoid dripping. Curing water sprayed on concrete structures, free flow of water will not be allowed for curing. Disposal of sewage generated to septic tanks and soak pits Daily watch on sanitation facilities, drains & good housekeeping. Segregation of biodegradable (6 kg/day) and dry garbage (9 kg/day) Disposal of segregated garbage to Authorized recyclers Computation of the runoff from the plot. Proper management of channelization of storm water Designing storm water drainage with adequate capacity to cater the total runoff from site 1. Construction Contractors 2. Supervisor ( 1. Supervisor ( MEP, 1.Site Engineer 2.Construction Contractors 3.Supervisor ( For workers: Throughout the (approx. 5 yrs.) 2. For : 5 yrs. 3. For Dust Suppression: 5 yrs (approx.. 5 yrs) (approx. 5 yrs) Storm water drainage remarks from T.M.C. 1. For site preparation : Only for first 2-3 months before starting Construction of the new buildings 2. For

2 Use of screens and silt traps in advance of earthworks Proper maintenance of storm water drainage to avoid choking of drains Ensure discharge of storm water from the site is clear of sediment and pollution 5. Construction activity a. Dust generation Water for dust suppression Tree plantation shall be started in mid of s. On site sensors shall be installed to monitor PM 10 and PM 2.5 Barricading site with Tin sheets Use of Plastics/ tarpaulin covering sheets while transporting the material Wheel washing of the vehicles. Sand, murram, loose soil, cement, stored on site shall be covered adequately so as to prevent dust pollution. Wet jet shall be provided for grinding and stone cutting. Unpaved surfaces and loose soil shall be adequately sprinkled 1. Site Engineer, Site Architect, Demolition/ Excavation Contractors/ 2. Supervisor (Environment al : Reporting for the status of Pollution prevention and control measures to ( Cell ) 3. (Environment al Cell : Coordination with MOEF/ NABL : (approximately 5 yrs) -- Excavation Activity : 3 months Construction : 5 yr

3 with water to suppress dust. Use of dust masks for workers. b. Noise & Vibration Regular noise monitoring to be scheduled to maintain the noise level prescribed by CPCB during day and night time Provision of ear plugs to workers Use of high efficiency mufflers No noise polluting work in night shifts Provision of barricades along the c. Disruption of soil & runoff periphery of the site Sedimentary controls are implemented d. Oil leaks Regular maintenance of excavation/ machineries to prevent and repair leaks Contaminated soil (if any) found if any to authorized CHWTSDF e. Generation of Excavation earth waste material shall be partly reused and remaining shall be disposed to the authorized landfill site Top Soil shall be preserved and used approved External Laboratory for monitoring and Overall documentation and record keeping for the statutory approvals (approximately 5 yrs) Throughout the (approx.. 5 yrs) (approx.. 5 yrs) NOC for Solid Waste Management/ Excavation permission from T.M.C. Excavation Activity : 3 months Construction : 5 yr

4 for landscaping. Disposal of hazardous waste to CHWTSDF Construction waste material shall be partly recycled and remaining shall be disposed to the authorized land fill site. Construction waste (Empty Cement Bags, Paint container, other Barrels & Scrap metal) will be handed over/sold to Authorized recyclers 6. Vehicular movement Proper parking Increase in traffic arrangement for the Air emissions & vehicles Noise Oil leaks Provision of oil and grease traps to the Storm water drains Contaminated soil found if any to authorized CHWTSDF Regular maintenance of vehicles with suitable enclosures and intake silencers Planning and ensuring effective of the waste movement plan for loading and offsite movement in non-traffic hours 7. Use of DG sets DG sets with inbuilt acoustic enclosures Site barricading Regular maintenance 1. Site Architect 2. Site Engineer 3.Construction Contractors And 4. Documentation check by ( Cell ) 1. Site Architect 2.Site Engineer, 3. Construction -- Throughout the (approx.. 5 yrs) Throughout the (approx..5 yrs)

5 8. Impact on health of workers Accidents, Hazards, injuries to workers Adequate drinking water, canteen, toilet and bathing facilities. First aid facility Regular health checkup of workers Risk assessment and preparation of disaster management plan is followed Provision of temporary water tank for fire-fighting and appropriate fire suppression measures. Safety educational and awareness programme Proper security arrangements Contractors 4. Overall check by ( ) 1. Safety officer 2. ( (approx..5 years)

6 OPERATION PHASE 1 Increase in water Treated sewage will be used for demand (527 flushing (263 KLD) and gardening (31 KLD) KLD) resulting in reduction of net water demand by 36% Use of harvested rain water for domestic purpose (23 KLD) and its reuse thereby reducing the fresh water demand in monsoon season 2 Sewage generation Disposal of sewage generated from (684 KLD) occupied building to septic tanks and soak pits. Provision of STP for treatment of sewage up to tertiary level Proper operation and maintenance of STP and Daily analysis of general parameters like ph, BOD, COD and TSS & O & G of the STP outlet to ensure good treatment of waste water Proper operation and maintenance of STP and daily analysis of the STP outlet to ensure discharge standards as per EP Act. Proper arrangements for sludge handling and used as manure for gardening Disposal of excess treated sewage to proposed sewer line only. 3 Increment in Minimizing the incremental runoff from Runoff (0.28 the site with the help of 3 nos. of Rain m 3 /sec) from site water harvesting tank of total capacity 85 KL and 4 nos. of recharge pits. Proper management of channelization of storm water from site by using proper SWD system of having discharge points of adequate capacity Use of screens and silt traps to SWD Proper maintenance of storm water drainage to avoid choking of drains 4 Power demand Provision of energy saving measures LED lights instead of conventional CFL/T5 lamps High Efficiency motors with BEE 5 stars rated All water pump motors with high Overall cell Overall cell Facility Management system Facility Management system and Over all check by ( Water supply NOC from TMC ECBC norms

7 5 Use of DG sets may lead to air and noise pollution 6 Vehicular movement Increase in traffic Air emissions & Noise Contamination of soil (if any) leads to Oil leaks 7 Odour and unsanitary conditions due to STP and OWC 8 Solid waste generation efficiency power Use of star rated Geyser Fluorescent light fixtures on solar system Solar panels for street lighting Stack height as per CPCB guidelines DG sets with inbuilt acoustic enclosures 435 nos. of tree shall be planted Good landscaping with plantation of new trees to mitigate dust and noise Install traffic control measures to regulate the flow of traffic The project proponents have proposed to provide adequate well organized parking arrangement Provision of separate entry and exit for traffic movement points Provide adequate traffic signs and signages to notify residents Install safety mirrors to aid visibility in conflict points Other traffic accessories such as catseye, column guards, speed breaker will be also provided Proper ventilation around STP and OWC Proper housekeeping and maintenance Regular monitoring of stack/s Informing and educating occupants for solid waste management 120 sq. m. space is provided for solid waste management including segregation of waste 1. Landscape/ Horticulture 2. Supervisor & ( cell) 1. Supervisor & cell : For coordination with external MoEF approved Lab for Air pollution monitoring 2. Watchmen / Supervisors / Traffic wardens specially appointed for Traffic management 1.Facility Management Team for SWM 2. Overall frequent checks by ( cell) 1. Facility Management Team for SWM 2. ( CPCB specification Traffic NOC from TMC Air act 1981, Amended

8 9 Disasters like Fire, Earthquake, Lightning etc. Proper segregation on site to biodegradable and non-biodegradable. Biodegradable waste (1053 kg/day) shall be treated in Organic Waste Convertor (OWC) Non-Biodegradable (1579 kg/day): Segregation into recyclable and nonrecyclable Recyclable: to Authorized recyclers Non-recyclable: Handed over to T.M.C. End product from OWC & sludge from STP shall be used as manure for gardening in the premises Quarterly monitoring of manure Preparation of Disaster Management Plan Provision of firefighting measures, Safety officer, Security and First aid team Regular review of DMP and mock drill Effective of DMP : For coordination with external lab. for quality checks and overall guidance if, CHS CFO NOC from TMC