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Philippine Economic Zone Authority SUPPLEMENTAL GUIDELINES for Initial Environmental Examination (IEE) Checklist for

Philippine Economic Zone Authority

SUPPLEMENTAL GUIDELINES for Initial Environmental Examination (IEE) Checklist for Economic Zone Enterprises

September 2004

Environmental Safety Group

2 nd Floor Almeda Building Roxas Boulevard corner San Luis Street,

Pasay City

Tel: (02) 551-9526 / 551-6561 Fax: (02) 551-3439 Email: engg_envtl@peza.gov.ph Website: www.peza.gov.ph

 

EMB

Regional

Offices

 

BCEZ

 

Rio Tuba SEZ

Amkor SEZ, Macroasia SEZ, VW SEZ

RD Joel Salvador

RD Roberto Sheen

RD Sixto Tolentino DENR-EMB NCR

29 Hizon Building, Quezon Ave

DENR-EMB CAR Forestry Compound Pacdal, Baguio City

DENR-EMB MIMAROPA 6/F L&S Bldg.,

 

1515

Roxas Blvd. Manila

Quezon City

(074)4422346

(02) 5369786

(02)7810497

(074)4447364

(02)5369786

(02) 7810471

 

BEZ, AIP, LIP, Subic SEZ, TECO SEZ, Plastic Processing Center SEZ

CEZ, CPIP, CIP1&2, LISP1&2, CAIP, DIP, FCIE, FPIP, GBP, GAP, LIIP, LTI, EMI-SEZ, LTC, PTC, Tabangao SEZ, Toyota SEZ, YTMI SEZ

MEZ 1 & 2, CLIP, MRI, New Cebu, WCIP, Asia Town IT Park

RD Lormelyn Claudio

RD Luciano Hornilla

RD Jun Erasmo Villafañe

DENR-EMB Region 3

DENR-EMB CALABARZON 6/F L&S Bldg.,

DENR-EMB Region 7

Amalgamated Bldg., Balit San Fernando, Pampanga

Greenplains Subd., Banilad,

 

1515

Roxas Blvd. Manila

Mandaue City, Cebu

(045)8880988

(02)5369784

(032)3453905

(045)8880985

(02) 5250348

(032)3453966

 

LIDE

 

Jasaan SEZ

 

Sarangani SEZ

RD Fermin Weygan

RD Sabdullah Abubakar DENR-EMB Region 10

RD Datu Tungko Saikol

DENR-EMB Region 8

DENR-EMB Region 12

Sto. Niño Extension Tacloban City

Macabalan, Cagayan de Oro City

4/F Siyambio Bldg., Roxas St. Koronadal, South Cotabato

(053)4777960

(088)8569362

(083)2284847

EMB

Central

Office

Reynaldo P. Alcances Chief, Environmental Impact Assessment Division Environmental Management Bureau DENR Compound, Visayas Avenue, Quezon City (02) 9202240

Director Julian D. Amador Environmental Management Bureau DENR Compound, Visayas Avenue, Quezon City (02) 9202260 (02) 9271518

Table of Contents

Section

Title

Page

INSTRUCTIONS

I

Introduction

ii

II

Scope of the Checklist

iii

III

Instructions on the Preparation & Submission of the IEE Checklist

iv

IEE

CHECKLIST

1.0

General Information

1

2.0

Project Description

2.1 Project Cost

2.2 Project Area Coverage

 

2.3 Description of Project Phases

2

3.0

Impact Assessment and Mitigation

3.1 Pre-operation/Construction Phase

8

3.2 Operation & Maintenance Phase

9

3.3 Abandonment & Rehabilitation Phase

10

4.0

Environmental Management Plan

11

5.0

Environmental Monitoring Plan

12

6.0

Proponent’s Commitments

13

7.0

Attachments/Annexes Accountability Statement of the Proponent Location Map Site Development Plan Vicinity Map Pictures of the Proposed Site Process Flow Chart of the Process Water Treatment Facility Layout Drainage Layout Plan Sewage Disposal Layout PEZA Board Approval/Certificate of Registration

15

I.

INTRODUCTION

A. Background

The Philippine Environmental Impact Statement System was formally established by virtue of Presidential Decree 1586. It requires the submission of Environmental Impact Statements (EIS) for environmentally critical projects and Initial Environmental Examination (IEE) for projects which are located in environmentally critically areas as provided in its Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) and Presidential Proclamation No. 2146, series of 1981.

In 11 February 2004, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) and the Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) signed the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) prescribing the procedures and guidelines for the operationalization of the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) executed by and between the DENR and PEZA which was signed by both parties on 25 August 1999. Section 3, Rule 6 of the said IRR, provides that a supplemental guidelines such as IEE Checklist for non-environmentally critical projects (non-ECPs) to be located within an ecozone. As such, this checklist, which is defined as a simplified form of the IEE Report, was developed by PEZA and EMB to further assist the economic zone locator enterprises in ensuring that environmental considerations are incorporated in project development.

B. Objectives of this Guide

Pollution Control Officers (PCOs) and Environment Officers (Eos) are encouraged to prepare the IEE Checklist. This guide is intended to aid the PCOs and Eos to prepare their own applications for securing the Environmental Compliance Certificate (ECC).

II.

SCOPE OF THE CHECKLIST

This checklist is applicable to ECC applications of PEZA-economic zone enterprises proposing to undertake non-environmentally critical projects (non-ECPs). The following projects with the corresponding PSIC code is covered by this Checklist:

PSIC INDUSTRY CLASS

Division Code

Air Transport Basic Metals Chemicals and Chemical Products Computer and Related Activities Construction Electrical Machinery and Apparatus, N.E.C. Electricity, Gas, Steam and Hot Water Supply Fabricated Metal Products, Except Machinery and Equipment Food Products and Beverages Furniture Leather, Luggage, Handbags and Footwear Machinery and Equipment, N.E.C. Manufacturing, N.E.C. Medical, Precision and Optical Instruments, Watches and Clocks Miscellaneous Business Activities Motor Vehicles, Trailers and Semi-Trailers Office, Accounting and Computing Machinery Other Non-Metallic Mineral Products Other Service Activities Other Transport Equipment Paper and Paper Products Private Education Services Publishing, Printing and Reproduction of Recorded Media Radio, Television and Communication Equipment and Apparatus Recycling Rubber and Plastic Products Textiles Tobacco Products Water Transport Wearing Apparel Wood, Wood Products and Cork, Except Furniture

I 62

D 27

D 24

D 30

F 45

D 31

E 40

D 28

D 15

D 36

D 19

D 29

D 39

D 33

K 74

D 34

D 30

D 26

O 93

D 35

D 21

M 81

D 22

D 32

D 37

D 25

D 17

D 16

I 61

D 18

D 20

The submission of an IEE Checklist, however, does not preclude the DENR-EMB Regional Director from further requiring the proponent to submit an IEE/EIS if necessary. The RD may eventually require the proponent to submit an IEE/EIS if the proposed project has high potential to cause significant negative environmental impact/s or is of such scale and magnitude that IEE/EIS becomes more appropriate document to submit.

III.

INSTRUCTIONS ON THE PREPARATION AND SUBMISSION OF THE IEE CHECKLIST

This section guides the project proponent on how to answer the checklist. It also directs the proponent to submit the IEE Checklist initially at PEZA for procedural review and then to the DENR-EMB for substantive review.

A. Contents of the IEE Checklist

The IEE Checklist consists of a series of questions related to the operation of the project and its corresponding impact to the environment. It serves as a planning tool for the proponent to determine water quality, air quality, solid and hazardous waste management issues that needs to be addressed during all stages of project implementation.

The information contained herein will serve as basis for the DENR-EMB’s issuance or denial of the Environmental Compliance Certificate (ECC).

The IEE Checklist is divided into eight (8) major sections:

1. General Information presents the project title, name and address of project

proponent, proponent's contact person and the location of the project;

2. Project Description presents the plan/design components and activities during

all phases of the project, from construction to abandonment;

3. Impact Assessment and Mitigation describes the possible impacts that may

occur during project development and the corresponding mitigating and enhancement measures to prevent and/or minimize the adverse effects of the

project;

4. Environmental

compensation, contingency and monitoring measures to enhance positive impacts and minimize negative impacts of the proposed project;

Management

Program

summarizes

the

mitigation,

5. Environmental Monitoring Plan summarizes the monitoring program detailing

the parameters, location of sampling stations, frequency, etc.

6. Proponent’s Commitment specifies the duties and responsibilities of the

economic zone locator enterprise related to the management of the environment

7. Attachments refers to the checklist of documents that the proponent should

attach to the IEE Checklist

8. Accountability Statement of the Proponent and Preparer*

*if the PCO or representative of the company prepared the IEE report, the accountability statement of the Preparer is no longer necessary

B. Instructions on the Preparation of the IEE Checklist

1. The IEE Checklist can be prepared by the proponent or any of his/her authorized representative(s).

2. The proponent places a check mark ( ) in the appropriate box. If the answer does not fall in any of the pre-determined responses, check ( ) OTHERS and indicate your specific answer in the blank space provided or use additional sheets. If some questions are not applicable to your project, write N/A on the blank space or column.

3. Refer to Section 3.0 of the checklist, the Impact Assessment and Mitigation specified in the section shall serve as guide for the economic zone locator enterprise.

The proponent may check applicable measures, however, additional impacts and mitigation/enhancement measures should also be added if it is not in the list.

4. Refer to Section 4.0 of the checklist, the proponent enumerates all works to be undertaken for each phase of the project. For each stated activity in column 1, the proponent identifies the potential environmental impact (column 2), the mitigating & enhancement measures (column 3), the estimated cost of proposed mitigating measures (column 4) and the person or unit who will implement the plan.

5. Refer to Section 5.0 of the checklist, the proponent should identify the programs related to the management of the following aspects:

Water quality

Air quality

Toxic substances and hazardous waste

Solid waste

For column 2, identify the location where the sampling for the parameters indicated in column 3 shall be conducted. The frequency of sampling and subsequent analysis shall be indicated in column 3. Indicate in column 4 if the PCO or other personnel shall be in charge of the monitoring.

C. Instructions on the Submission and Processing of the IEE Checklist

The process flow for the application and the responsibilities of the proponent, PEZA-ESG and the DENR-EMB during the ECC application process is summarized below:

Proponent

1. Coordinate with PEZA-ESG for the requirements for ECC appliaction

2. Prepare and submit one copy of the IEE checklist to PEZA – ESG.

PEZA – ESG

3. The documents submitted are checked for completeness.

4. If incomplete, the application is NOT officially received and will be returned to the proponent for revision/completion.

5.

If complete, the ECC application documents are officially received, stamped, and recorded.

6. Project is evaluated within ten (10) working days which includes site validation and request for additional information

Note: The proponent is given two working days to submit the additional information, otherwise the application shall be returned

7. Recommendation to the PEZA Board and to the concerned EMB Regional Office is submitted for further appropriate action.

DENR – EMB Regional Office (EMB RO)

8.

PEZA’s evaluation is officially received.

9.

The concerned EMB RO receives the processing fee from the proponent.

10.

The application is acted upon within (15) working days for IEE Report and ten (10) working days for IEE Checklist including further site verification and request for additional information whenever necessary.

Note: The proponent is given two working days to submit the additional information, otherwise the application shall be returned

11.

EIA Division recommends the issuance/denial of the ECC.

12.

Regional Director issues/denies the ECC.

13.

Prior to the issuance of the ECC, the EMB Regional Office will explain to the project proponent its relevance and his responses in complying with the conditions of the ECC and corresponding accountability for non-compliance.

PROCESS FLOWCHART OF ECC APPLICATION FOR NON-ECPs

P P R R Coordinates with PEZA Coordinates with PEZA Coordinates with PEZA Coordinates with
P P
R R
Coordinates with PEZA
Coordinates with PEZA
Coordinates with PEZA
Coordinates with PEZA
O O
ESG on the requirements
ESG on the requirements
ESG on the requirements
ESG on the requirements
P P
for application
for application
for application
for application
Receives
Receives
Receives
Receives
Receives
Receives
O O
recommendation from
recommendation from
recommendation from
recommendation from
recommendation from
recommendation from
N N
PEZA ESG
PEZA ESG
PEZA ESG
PEZA ESG
PEZA ESG
PEZA ESG
E E
Submits one (1) copy to
Submits one (1) copy to
Submits one (1) copy to
Submits one (1) copy to
N N
PEZA-ESG of IEE Checklist/
PEZA-ESG of IEE Checklist/
PEZA-ESG of IEE Checklist/
PEZA-ESG of IEE Checklist/
T T
Receives processing fee
Receives processing fee
Receives processing fee
Receives processing fee
Receives processing fee
Receives processing fee
D D
E E
N N
Conducts further
Conducts further
Conducts further
Complete
Complete
Complete
Conducts further
Conducts further
Conducts further
Complete
Complete
Complete
evaluation (including
evaluation (including
evaluation (including
documents?
documents?
documents?
R R
evaluation (including
evaluation (including
evaluation (including
documents?
documents?
documents?
NO
NO
site validation and
site validation and
site validation and
site validation and
site validation and
site validation and
request for additional
request for additional
request for additional
request for additional
request for additional
request for additional
YES
YES
information if necessary)
information if necessary)
information if necessary)
E E
information if necessary)
information if necessary)
information if necessary)
M M
P P
Project evaluation
Project evaluation
Project evaluation
Project evaluation
Project evaluation
Project evaluation
B B
E E
&
& &
site validation
site validation
site validation
&
&
&
site validation
site validation
site validation
EMB-RO EIAD drafts
EMB-RO EIAD drafts
EMB-RO EIAD drafts
Z Z
EMB-RO EIAD drafts
EMB-RO EIAD drafts
EMB-RO EIAD drafts
ECC/Denial Letter
ECC/Denial Letter
ECC/Denial Letter
ECC/Denial Letter
ECC/Denial Letter
ECC/Denial Letter
A A
R R
O O
E E
Requires
Requires
Requires
EIA Division Chief
EIA Division Chief
EIA Division Chief
Requires
Requires
Requires
S S
EIA Division Chief
EIA Division Chief
EIA Division Chief
additional
additional
additional
reviews the draft
reviews the draft
reviews the draft
additional
additional
additional
reviews the draft
reviews the draft
reviews the draft
information?
information?
information?
G G
YES
YES
information?
information?
information?
NO
NO
REGIONAL DIRECTOR
REGIONAL DIRECTOR
REGIONAL DIRECTOR
REGIONAL DIRECTOR
REGIONAL DIRECTOR
REGIONAL DIRECTOR
issues or denies ECC
issues or denies ECC
issues or denies ECC
issues or denies ECC
issues or denies ECC
issues or denies ECC
Submits recommendation to
Submits recommendation to
Submits recommendation to
Submits recommendation to
Submits recommendation to
Submits recommendation to
PEZA Board & EMB RO
PEZA Board & EMB RO
PEZA Board & EMB RO
PEZA Board & EMB RO
PEZA Board & EMB RO
PEZA Board & EMB RO
Processing Schedule*
PEZA
PEZA
DENR-EMB RO
DENR-EMB RO
IEE Checklist
IEE Checklist
Day 1-10
Day 1-10
Day 11-20
Day 11-20

*delays caused by the requirement for additional information is not included in timeframe

PEZA INITIAL ENVIRONMENTAL EXAMINATION (IEE) CHECKLIST FOR ECONOMIC ZONE ENTERPRISES Enter the required information on

PEZA

INITIAL ENVIRONMENTAL EXAMINATION (IEE)

CHECKLIST FOR ECONOMIC ZONE ENTERPRISES

Enter the required information on the spaces provided or otherwise, check (a) the appropriate boxes () and circles ()

1.O

GENERAL INFORMATION

 

1.1 PROPONENT / COMPANY

 

:

CONTACT PERSON

:

POSTAL ADDRESS

:

TEL. / FAX

:

E-MAIL

:

 

1.2 PROJECT NAME / TITLE

 
 

:

 

1.3 PROJECT LOCATION

 
 

:

ECONOMIC ZONE

:

(Attach Location Map which clearly shows the site of the project in relation to the surrounding area inside the economic zone, including important landmarks and access points. Indicate Location Map as Annex 1)

 

1.4 PROJECT OBJECTIVES

 

2.0

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

 

2.1 PROJECT COST

2.2 PROJECT AREA COVERAGE

:

(Attach Site Development Plan as Annex 2A, Vicinity Map as Annex 2B & picture of the proposed site as Annex 2C)

Total Land Area:

(ha or sq.m)

Area to be developed for the Project:

(ha or sq.m)

N.A.

project will involve construction of new building/s

Area to be occupied for the Project:

(ha or sq.m)

N.A.

project will ONLY involve renovation/occupancy of existing building/s

2.3 DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT PHASES

2.3.1

2.3.1.1

2.3.1.2

PRE-OPERATION / CONSTRUCTION PHASE

Manpower Requirement

:

Buildings and Facilities to be Constructed

Requirement : Buildings and Facilities to be Constructed PEZA Type of Facility / Building No. of

PEZA

Type of Facility / Building

No. of floors

Floor Area (sq.m)

Administration/Office

Factory/Production

Raw materials storage area

Recreation/Gymnasium

Canteen

Wastewater Treatment Facility

Water Treatment Facility

Machine Room/Building

Hazardous Waste Storage Area

Solid Waste Storage Area

Fuel Depot

Others, specify add more space if necessary

2.3.1.3 Construction Schedule

Activity Duration (calendar days)

Activity

Duration (calendar days)

Mobilization/Demobilization

Earthworks

Structural Works

Architectural Works

Painting Works

Plumbing and Sanitary Works

Electrical Works

Mechanical Works

Fire Alarm System

Telephone and Network System

Others, specify add more space if necessary

2.3.1.4 Water Supply

Source:

2.3.1.5 Power Supply

Source:

Daily Consumption:

Daily Consumption:

cum/day

Kwh

PEZA 2.3.2 OPERATION PHASE 2.3.2.1 Description of Activity / Process (Attach Flow Chart, indicate as

PEZA

2.3.2 OPERATION PHASE 2.3.2.1 Description of Activity / Process (Attach Flow Chart, indicate as Annex
2.3.2
OPERATION PHASE
2.3.2.1
Description of Activity / Process (Attach Flow Chart, indicate as Annex 2D)
2.3.2.2
Plant Operation Schedule
Average
hrs./day
days/week
Maximum
hrs./day
days/week
2.3.2.3
Raw Materials and Finished Products (List all raw materials including chemicals
to be used and check source, add more space if necessary)
Raw Materials
Quantity
Local
Imported
❏ ❏
❏ ❏
❏ ❏
❏ ❏
❏ ❏
❏ ❏
❏ ❏
❏ ❏
2.3.2.4
Production Capacity (Specify all product types, add more space if necessary)
Product
Quantity
2.3.2.5
Manpower Requirement

Number of administrative personnel

:

Number of production personnel

:

Total

:

 

3, 8-hr shifts

1, 8-hr shift

Shifting Schedule

:

2, 12-hr shifts

Others

PEZA 2.3.2.6 Equipment Requirement (Specify all equipment, add more space if necessary) Equipment Quantity 2.3.2.7

PEZA

2.3.2.6 Equipment Requirement (Specify all equipment, add more space if necessary)

Equipment

Quantity

2.3.2.7 Power Supply (Specify all power sources, add more space if necessary)

S u p p l i e d b y Output capacity (kVA) Demand Load

Supplied by

Output capacity (kVA)

Demand Load (kW)

Nat’l Power Corp.

Own/Standby Generator

Ecozone Power Plant

Others, specify

2.3.2.8 Water Supply (Specify all water sources, add more space if necessary)

 

Volume for Extraction

Source

Description

 

Domestic

Industrial

Ecozone Water Supply

❏ Surface Water ❏ Own Deep Well ❏ Others, specify
❏ Surface Water
❏ Own Deep Well
❏ Others, specify

2.3.2.9 Type of water treatment (To be provided for independent water source)

Chlorination

De-ionization

Filtration

Others, specify

Reverse Osmosis

2.3.2.10 Wastewater Generation

2 . 3 . 2 . 1 0 Wastewater Generation PEZA (Check applicable sources and indicate

PEZA

(Check applicable sources and indicate type of pollutant and estimated volume, add more space if necessary)

Pollutants Wastewater Source Estimated Volume Toxic* Conventional
Pollutants
Wastewater Source
Estimated Volume
Toxic*
Conventional

Production Process

Washing/Cleaning

Cooling

Domestic Wastewater

Recycled/Reuse Water

Others

Total volume

*metals, deleterious and toxic substances as defined by Effluent Regulations of 1982 and DAO 90-35 refers to the following: barium, cadmium, copper, hexavalent chromium, dissolved iron, lead, lithium, dissolved manganese, total mercury, molybdenum, nickel, selenium, silver, zinc, arsenic, boron, beryllium, free chlorine, cyanide, fluoride, polychlorinated biphenyl, formaldehyde

Treatment Facility

With proposed wastewater treatment facility (WTF)

With proposed connection to centralized WTF

Not applicable

Receiving body of water:

DAO 90-34 Classification:

2.3.2.11 Proposed wastewater treatment facility

(Attach company’s own wastewater treatment facility lay-out, indicate as Annex 2E)

Capacity of WTF:

 

cu.m/day

 

Screening

Equalization

Grit Removal

Physical

 

Oil-water Separator

Sedimentation

Others,

 

Adsorption

Disinfection

pH Adjustment

Chemical

 

Flocculation / Coagulation

Others,

 

Sequencing Batch

Rotating Biological Contactor

Others,

 

Reactor

Biological

Activated Sludge

Trickling Filter

Stabilization Pond

Anaerobic Digestion

Sludge

Thickening

Heat Drying

Aerobic Digestion

treatment

Anaerobic Digestion

Dewatering

Others,

2.3.2.12 Drainage System

Type:

(Attach approved drainage layout plan of the company as Annex 2F relative to the drainage lay-out of the ecozone)

Open Canal

Closed / Underground Drainage

Where will the drainage system immediately connect?

Public Drainage

Ecozone Drainage

2.3.2.13 Sewage Disposal System

(Attach sewage disposal layout as Annex 2G)

Natural Water Body

disposal layout as Annex 2G ) ❏ Natural Water Body PEZA Type: ❏ Individual Septic Tank

PEZA

Type:

Individual Septic Tank

Communal Septic Tank

Capacity:

Specify mode of discharge / treatment

Discharge to an existing public / industrial sewerage system

Treated in a centralized WTF of the ecozone

Proponent’s WTF

others, specify

2.3.2.14 Industrial Waste Inventory (Identify the wastes that shall be produced)

Acid wastes (such as sulfuric acid, hydrochloric acid, nitric acid etc)

Alkali wastes (such as caustic soda, caustic potash, alkaline cleaners etc.)

Asbestos Wastes

Ceramics/Ash/Mineral Wastes

Contaminated Containers (those previously containing chemicals, paints etc.)

Fertilizers and Pesticide Wastes

Glass Wastes

Immobilized Wastes (solidified, chemically fixed & encapsulated wastes)

Inorganic Chemical Wastes (such as arsenic, boron, cadmium etc.)

Leather Wastes

Metal Wastes (such as metal shaving, grindings etc.)

Oil (such as waste oils, oil/water mixtures)

Organic Sludge

Organic Solvents (such as halogenated, aliphatic, aromatic compounds)

Paints/Inks/Dyes

Paper Wastes

Pathogenic or Infectious Wastes

Pharmaceutical Wastes and Drugs

Plastic Wastes

Plating Wastes

Putrescible Wastes (such as grease trap wastes, animal wastes)

Reactive Chemical Wastes (such as explosives, reducing and oxidizing agents)

Resins/Lattices/Adhesives

Rubber Wastes

Styrofoam Wastes

Tannery Wastes

Textile Wastes

Wood Wastes

PEZA 2.3.2.15 Air Quality Management (Identify if any of the following shall be installed) ❏

PEZA

2.3.2.15 Air Quality Management (Identify if any of the following shall be installed)

Power Plant

Stand-by Generator

Furnace

Ovens (smoke, bake ovens etc)

Varnish Kettles

Paint Booths

Scrubbers

Boilers

Incinerator

Rotary Kiln

2.3.3

ABANDONMENT PHASE

Identify all facilities that shall be abandoned

List all wastes to be generated and the mode of treatment and disposal

 

Activity

Duration (calendar days)

Demolition of structures

Equipment removal & transfer

Chemicals & unused materials transfer

Scraps & wastes removal & transport

Remediation of contaminated sites

Others, specify add more space if necessary

3.0 IMPACT ASSESSMENT AND MITIGATION

3.0 IMPACT ASSESSMENT AND MITIGATION PEZA • Identify the predicted impacts by placing a check (

PEZA

Identify the predicted impacts by placing a check (a) inside the box ()

Identify the mitigating measures applicable to the project by placing a check (a) inside the circle ()

Determine the level of significance of the impact by filling up the table using the ff:

LEGEND:

D – direct impact

In – indirect impact

L

– long term

S – short term

R

– reversible

I – irreversible

If there are other impacts and mitigating measures identified within any of the project phases, attach additional sheets and indicate as Annex 3)

3.1 PRE-OPERATION / CONSTRUCTION PHASE

 

Significance of

 

PREDICTED IMPACTS

Impacts

Mitigating / Enhancement Measures

D/In

L/S

R/I

Increase in dust generation

     

Regular watering of unpaved roads or exposed soils / ground

Remove soil from tires of trucks and equipment before leaving the area

due to clearing, civil works and earthmoving activities

Hauling trucks should be covered with canvass or other material

Set-up temporary fence around the construction area

Top soil removal and loss due

     

Stockpile the top soil in a safe place and use as final grading

As soon as possible, rip-rap or re- vegetate the area

to earthmoving activities, transport, access road construction

Erosion from exposed cuts

     

Conduct construction activities during dry season

Reduce exposure of opened cuts

and landslides due to earthmoving and excavation activities

Installation of barrier nets

Sedimentation/siltation of

     

Set-up temporary silt trap/ponds to prevent siltation

Proper stockpiling of spoils (on flat areas & away from drains)

drainage or waterways from unconfined stockpiles of soil and other materials

Spoils generated shall be used as filling materials

Pollution of nearby water body

     

Set-up temporary disposal areas within the construction area & properly dispose the solid wastes.

due to disposal of construction wastes

Set up adequate toilet facilities

Strictly require the contractor & its workers to observe proper waste disposal and sanitation

Loss of vegetation due to land

     

Limit land clearing as much as possible

clearing

Provide temporary fencing to vegetation that will be retained

Use of markers and fences to direct heavy equipment traffic in the construction site and avoid damage to plants

Re-plant/ plant indigenous tree species and ornamental plants

3.2 PRE-OPERATION / CONSTRUCTION PHASE

3.2 PRE-OPERATION / CONSTRUCTION PHASE PEZA   Significance of     PREDICTED IMPACTS Impacts

PEZA

 

Significance of

 
 

PREDICTED IMPACTS

Impacts

Mitigating / Enhancement Measures

 

D/In

L/S

R/I

Disturbance or loss of wildlife

     

Re-establish or simulate the habitat of affected wildlife in another suitable area

within the influence area due to noise and other construction

activities

Schedule noisy construction activities during day time

Undertake proper maintenance of equipment and use mufflers

Noise generation that can

     

Schedule noisy construction activities during day time

affect the nearby resident

Undertake proper maintenance of equipment and use mufflers

Generation of employment

     

Hiring priority shall be given to qualified local residents

Increase in the incidence of

     

Strictly require the contractor and its workers to follow safety rules and regulations during construction

accidents

3.3 OPERATION & MAINTENANCE PHASE

 

Significance of

 
 

PREDICTED IMPACTS

Impacts

Mitigating / Enhancement Measures

 

D/In

L/S

R/I

Nuisance/hazards to nearby

     

Provide sufficient buffer area

residents and properties

Buffer area shall be vegetated with trees

Fencing of the area

Air pollution caused by dust,

     

Provide air pollution control facilities

fume generation

Contamination of surface/

     

Provide an effective septic tank

ground water from domestic and industrial liquid waste

Provide adequate wastewater treatment facilities

Contamination of the

     

Provide an adequate hazardous materials storage facility equipped with secondary containment

workplace/environment from hazardous waste generation

Nuisance/hazards caused by

     

Provide an adequate solid waste segregation / storage facility

solid waste generation

Ensure regular collection of waste materials for disposal

Vibration caused by machine

     

Provide vibration control measures (e.g. shock absorber, damper/isolator, spring isolator)

operation

Noise generation

     

Provide noise control measures (e.g. insulator, muffler, silencer)

Offensive odors

     

Provide tightly sealed containers, masking agents, etc.

3.4 ABANDONMENT & REHABILITATION PHASE

3.4 ABANDONMENT & REHABILITATION PHASE PEZA   Significance of     PREDICTED IMPACTS Impacts

PEZA

 

Significance of

 
 

PREDICTED IMPACTS

Impacts

Mitigating / Enhancement Measures

 

D/In

L/S

R/I

Increase in dust generation

     

Implement regular watering and provide safety nets to suppress dusts and escape of debris

due to demolition works

Sedimentation/siltation of

     

Set-up temporary silt trap/ponds to prevent siltation

Proper stockpiling of spoils (on flat areas and away from drainage routes)

Spoils generated from demolition works be disposed as filling materials

drainage or waterways from unconfined stockpiles of soil

and other materials

Contamination of ground/

     

Remove all hazardous substances and rehabilitate the area to restore its aesthetic/ economic value

surface water from hazardous substances left after operation

4.0 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN (EMaP)

4.0 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN (EMaP) PEZA Project / Activity Phase Potential Environmental Mitigating &

PEZA

Project /

Activity Phase

Potential

Environmental

Mitigating &

Enhancement

Estimated Cost

of Proposed

Responsible Person / Unit

Impact

Measures

Measures

Construction

         

(enumerate

all

works

to

be

undertaken)

Operation

         

(enumerate all

production and

maintenance

processes)

ECONA can be used (e.g. semicon industries can use SEIPI’s ECONA)

Abandonment

       

5.0 ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING PLAN (EMoP)

5.0 ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING PLAN (EMoP) PEZA Project /   Location Parameter Frequency Responsible Person

PEZA

Project /

 

Location

Parameter

Frequency

Responsible Person / Unit

Activity

Construction

         

(enumerate

all

works

to

be

undertaken)

Operation

         

(enumerate all

production and

maintenance

processes)

Abandonment

       

6.0 PROPONENT'S COMMITMENTS

6.0 PROPONENT'S COMMITMENTS PEZA I/We, am/are committing to 1. Comply with the following: • PD 984

PEZA

I/We, am/are committing to

1. Comply with the following:

PD 984 Pollution Control Law

PD 1586 Philippine Environmental Impact Statement System

RA 6969 Toxic and Hazardous Waste Act of 1990

RA 8749 Clean Air Act of 1999

RA 9003 Ecological and Solid Waste Management Act of 2000

RA 9275 Clean Water Act of 2004

The implementing rules and regulations of the above-cited laws and

Other applicable environmental rules and regulations

2. Comply with all mitigation/enhancement measures identified in this Checklist;

3. Apply for permits from the DENR-EMB and/or LLDA for the operation of emission and effluent sources

4. Designate a Pollution Control Officer (PCO) to handle the environmental management programs

5. Submit regular environmental monitoring reports to DENR-EMB and PEZA

6. Construct, maintain and properly operate adequate and appropriate septic tank and/or wastewater treatment facility for liquid wastes;

7. Maintain the cleanliness of the general surroundings;

8. Participate or contribute towards a communal cleaning effort;

9. Strictly implement a contingency management plan and safety program;

10. Organize and conduct information, education and communication (IEC) activities on environmental, health and other civic issues

Signature over Printed Name of the Managing Head

7.0 ATTACHMENTS/ANNEXES

 

Document/Requirement

YES

NO

Annex 1

Location map

Annex 2A

Site Development Plan

Annex 2B

Vicinity Map

Annex 2C

Pictures of the Proposed Site

Annex 2D

Flowchart of the Process

Annex 2E

Wastewater Treatment Facility Lay-out

Annex 2F

Drainage Lay-out Plan

Annex 2G

Sewage Disposal Lay-out

Annex 3

Impacts and mitigating measures

PEZA Board Approval/Certificate of Registration

Electronic copy of the IEE Checklist Payment of filing fees with the DENR-EMB Regional Office

P 4,000 for new projects

P 3,000 for expansion projects Four (4) copies of the IEE Checklist

PEZA ACCOUNTABILITY STATEMENT OF THE PROPONENT This is to certify that all the information and

PEZA

ACCOUNTABILITY STATEMENT OF THE PROPONENT

This is to certify that all the information and commitments in the Initial Environmental Examination (IEE) Checklist are true, accurate and complete. Should I/we learn of any information, which would make the IEE Checklist inaccurate, I/we shall bring said information to the attention of the PEZA Environmental Safety Group and the DENR Regional Office concerned.

We hereby bind ourselves jointly and solidarily to any penalty that may be imposed arising from any misrepresentation or failure to state material information in this IEE Report.

It witness whereof, we hereby set our hands this at

Project Proponent/Managing Head

Title/Designation

day of

BEFORE ME this

at with Community Tax Certificate

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

day of

, personally appeared

,

20

issued on in his/her capacity as

at

of and acknowledged to me that this IEE Report Checklist is his/her voluntary act and deed, of the entity he/she represents. This document, which consists of pages, including the page on which this acknowledgement is written is an Initial Environmental Examination (IEE) Report Checklist.

Witness my hand and seal on the place and date above written.

Doc

Page

Book

Series of

Notary Public

PEZA ACCOUNTABILITY STATEMENT OF THE IEE PREPARER This is to certify that all the information

PEZA

ACCOUNTABILITY STATEMENT OF THE IEE PREPARER

This is to certify that all the information and commitments in the Initial Environmental Examination (IEE) Checklist are true, accurate and complete. Should I/we learn of any information, which would make the IEE Checklist inaccurate, I/we shall bring said information to the attention of the PEZA Environmental Safety Group and the DENR Regional Office concerned.

We hereby bind ourselves jointly and solidarily to any penalty that may be imposed arising from any misrepresentation or failure to state material information in this IEE Report.

It witness whereof, we hereby set our hands this at

IEE Preparer

Title/Designation

day of

BEFORE ME this

at with Community Tax Certificate

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

day of

, personally appeared

of

,

20

issued on in his/her capacity as

at

and acknowledged to me that this IEE Checklist is his/her voluntary act and deed, of

pages,

including the page on which this acknowledgement is written is an Initial Environmental Examination (IEE) Checklist.

the entity he/she represents. This document, which consists of

Witness my hand and seal on the place and date above written.

Doc

Page

Book

Series of

Notary Public