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COMPLIANCE MONITORING REPORT (CMR)

ANNEX 3-1

SHANG SALCEDO PLACE CONDOMINIUM


PROPONENT’S NAME

MONITORING PERIOD COVERED: January 2018 to June 2018

I. BASIC PROJECT INFORMATION AND UPDATES

ECC Control No/REF Code No: 2002-08-325-MKT-216


Project Title: SHANG SALCEDO PLACE
Project Type: RESIDENTIAL BUILDING
Location: 147 SEN. GIL J. PUYAT AVENUE, CORNER
TORDESILLAS AND H.V., H.V. Dela Costa, Makati,
Metro Manila
Project Coordinates: 14°33’41.39”N, 121°1’13.22”E
Project Stage/Phase: OPERATIONAL/ON-GOING COMPLETION
Contact Person: MICHAEL FRANZ ADVINCULA /909-5005/
michael.advincula@shangsalcedoplace.com
EMP Approval: NOT APPLICABLE
Changes in Project Design (if any): NOT APPLICABLE

II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

This section should include a summary of the major findings for the monitoring period. For example, a
statement that there were no major activities that influenced the monitoring parameters during the
monitoring period can be made if there were really no activities by the proponent that affected the
monitored parameters.

Table II-1. Summary of Major Findings for the Monitoring Period


Compliance Status & Recommendation/Commitment
Condition / Requirement / Commitment
Summary of Actions taken for the next reporting
Compliance with ECC All ECC requirements/ Continual improvement for ECC
conditions were complied. conditions.
Compliance with EMP Complied based on all Proper reporting of all data and
existing/applicable monitoring results for the current
environmental regulations and monitoring period.
protocols.
Implementation of appropriate & effective env’tal impact No exceedance recorded. Continue self-monitoring activities.
remedial actions in case of exceedances
Complaints Management No complaints/ Notice of Implement corrective actions if
Violation (NOV) received. necessary.
Realistic and sufficient budget for conducting the Allocated budget for the Secure Management support for
environmental monitoring and audit activities projected expenses related to compliance monitoring.
implementation of EMP and
EMoP.
Accountability - qualified personnel are charged with the Accredited Pollution Control Continue enrichment of
routine monitoring of the project activities in terms of Office (PCO) knowledge and skill related to
education, training, knowledge and experience of the environmental protection.
environmental team

III. RESULTS AND DISCUSSIONS

A. Compliance Monitoring
The status of compliance to the ECC conditionalities and the attainment of EMP commitments should be
elaborated in this section. Reasons for noncompliance or unmet commitment should be explained and
solutions and measures to attain full compliance of ECC terms and conditions as well as satisfactory
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attainment of EMP commitments should be discussed as renewed efforts for the next monitoring period.
Table 1 may be used to summarize the status of compliance.

Table 1. Summary Status of ECC & EMP Compliance

Status of
ECC/EMP Condition/Requirement Relevant ECC Condition/s (if any) Compliance REMARK
Categorization ( if complying) S
#/s Requirement Description
That this certificate
covers 50 storey (46
floors above ground
and 4 basement levels)
residential building
containing a total of 40
one-bedroom units, 120
two-bedroom units, 64
three-bedroom units, 4
four-bedroom units and
All
2 penthouse units as
requiremen
3. Construction well as facilities and
1) Project coverage/limits/  ts are met
Phase amenities such as 470
and
parking slots, water
complied.
tanks, emergency
generator, refuse room,
elevators, swimming
pool, sauna and
changing rooms,
children playground,
gym and a function
room with an estimated
total gross floor area of
71,316 sq. meters.
2 units (Generator Set)- PTO under
2) Components N/A 
Standby processs
All
That all the proposed clearances,
3) Other sectoral requirements mandated by 5.Operational environmental management licensing

other agencies to be complied with Phase measures contained in the and permits
EMP shall be effected. has been
secured.
ECC Continuous
4) EMP and updates as deemed required Monitored and complying. 
conditions monitoring.
Setting of baseline are
5) Conduct of baseline, compliance and Continuous
N/A integrated into EMP based 
impact self-monitoring monitoring.
reports.
Not
6) Multi-sectoral Monitoring (as may be required) N/A None. N/A required in
the ECC.
That a report on the results
Submission
of monitoring under the
of CMR for
EMP of EIS and on the
9. Operational approval.
7) Regular reporting compliance with each of the 
Phase SMR
conditions shall be
submitted
submitted to DENR
regularly.
regularly.
8) Institutional arrangements necessary for
implementation of environmental N/A N/A N/A N/A
management measures
9) Standard DENR requirement on transfer of 11. ECC That the transfer of  There is no
ownership condition ownership and/or change of transfer of
name of the project carries ownership.
the same conditions in this
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ECC for which written


agreement shall be made
10) Standard DENR requirement on
N/A None N/A N/A
abandonment
That should adverse
Aspect and
environmental impacts
impacts are
11) Impact Mitigation Plan or Construction/ 8. ECC occur as a result of project
 monitored
Contractor’s Environmental Program condition operations, all the activities
by the
causing the same shall be
proponent.
temporarily stopped.
12) Social Development Plan (SDP) N/A None N/A N/A
13) IEC Plan N/A None N/A N/A
With established Documents
14) Contingency/Emergency Response Plan or Emergency Response and records

equivalent Risk Management Plan Team and implementing are well
guidelines. secured.
15) Abandonment Plan (when applicable) N/A None N/A N/A
Complied
Summarized EMP on Air with the
Quality, Toxic and monitoring
16) Environmental Monitoring Plan (EMoP) 
hazardous waste and solid report; Test
waste management. sampling
and results
17) (Others) N/A None N/A N/A

B. Impact Monitoring

This section shall contain relevant graphical presentation of quantitative and semi-quantitative impact
monitoring results showing trends, comparing past monitoring results with the current. Relevant
monitoring results in the other SMR modules shall be referred to. The latest monitoring findings and
conclusion should be discussed in text form.

Qualitative impact monitoring results may be presented in text form or in terms of pictorial coverage, if
applicable. Examples of qualitative impacts are those relating to quality of life, degree of happiness, and
sense of environmental cleanliness.

i. Summary of Previous Monitoring


The key findings, recommendations, and action plan from the previous monitoring and outstanding
issues from earlier monitoring periods (if applicable) should be highlighted in this section.

ii. Current Monitoring Results and Findings


The data collected and related expenses from the various sampling and measurement events done
under the Environmental Monitoring Plan (EMoP) or a Sampling and Measurement Plan (SAMP) for the
current monitoring period shall be summarized in a tabular form, preferably using the prescribed format
in Tables 2 and 3 below, and discussed under this section. Only processed and summarized data must
be presented here.

The current monitoring results must be related to the historical trend for each parameter. Any deviation
from this trend must be explained. More, importantly, the discussion must focus on point-by-point
comparison of the gathered values with Environmental Quality Performance Levels (EQPLs), if EQPLs
have been committed by the Proponent or established with the Multi-partite Monitoring Team. The
monitoring results could also be used to determine the action and limit levels for the specific project.
These should all be presented here in detail and summarized in the conclusions and recommendations
section.

Compliances, non-compliances and exceedances must all be thoroughly explained. In cases of


compliances, success factors must be cited. For non-compliances and exceedances, the proponent’s
response should be explained. Moreover, causative factors must be identified and additional solutions
and mitigation measures proposed, if needed.

It should also cite the weather conditions and other factors which may affect the results of the sampling
activities.
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The status of compliance to recommendations from previous monitoring and measures included in the
action plan should be described and any unmet commitment must be rationalized and alternative, if
needed, presented.

Table 2. Summary Status of Environmental Impact Management and Monitoring Plan Implementation

Remarks
Stand Envt’l Mgmt. (EQPL*
Sampling & Measurement ard/ Mea- commitm
Monitoring Envt’l Envt’l Monitoring
EIS sure ent, if
Objective Aspect Impact Parameter
Predict any)
Stn/ Results ion
Locn Previous Current
To Air Air NO2, Gens No
209,
determine emission Pollution et 1 2000 EQPLs.
829, 201,
Air Quality of Continuou
740, 200
standby s
701
generator CO2 Gens monitorin
20.2
set et 1 500 g.
57.5
133,
NO2, Gens
141, 269,
et 2 2000
158, 32
139
CO2 Gens
50.8 36.6
et 2 500

To comply Building Hazardou Number of Provision of Continuous


with the operation s Wastes accidents, protective and monitoring
provisions oil spills, safety
of RA 6969 storage devices/equip
facilities of ment
hazardous Proper
waste storage and
treatment of
hazardous
waste
To comply Building Solid Volume of Implementatio Continuou
with the operation Wastes solid waste n of solid s
provisions generated, waste monitorin
of RA 9003 recycled, management g
reused and program
properly
disposed.

*EQPL-Environmental Quality Performance Level


o Alert or Red Flag - early warning
o Action Level-point where management measures must be employed so as not to reach the regulated threshold or
limit level, or to reduce deterioration of affected environmental component to pre-impact or optimum environmental
quality
o Limit Level-regulated threshold of pollutant (standard that must not be exceeded); point where emergency response
measures must be employed to reduce pollutants to lower than standard limit.

o NOTE: Section on EQPLs may be filled out as a Proponent’s draft commitment or after these have been
established and mutually agreed upon among Proponent, EMB and other MMT members. Otherwise, only the
LIMIT Level shall be the reference for regulatory compliance. This means that environmental management
measures are formulated at the “ACTION level” so as not to exceed this regulated threshold.
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Table 3. Report on Status of Environmental Budget Allocations and Expenses

Budget Actual Expenses


Expense Item* Direct Co.
Direct from Co. Budget for MMT MMT expenses
Expense
A. Implementation of Management Plans & Programs
1) Environmental Impact Mitigation Plan  N/A  N/A
2) Social Development Plan N/A N/A N/A N/A
3) IEC Plan N/A N/A N/A N/A
Re-used Re-used
4) Enhancement Programs (if any) N/A N/A
Materials Materials
B. Implementation of Monitoring Plans
1) Self-Monitoring 10,000 N/A 10,000 N/A
2) Environmental Monitoring Fund (with
N/A N/A N/A N/A
MMT)
3) Environmental Guarantee Fund N/A N/A N/A N/A
TOTALS 10,000 N/A 10,000 N/A
*For mining projects, equivalent cost items shall be adopted, e.g. SDMP in lieu of SDP.

IV. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS


This section should present the conclusions and recommendations of the current SMR based on the
results and discussion of the previous sections. It should also explain if the previous monitoring
recommendations should continue (if implemented). On the other hand, if warranted, the
recommendation may be the cessation of specific or all monitoring activities.

The conclusions and recommendations should preferably be in a bulleted format and as much as
possible grouped according to coherent themes, such as the following headings.

A. Compliance Status
All the conditions set under the ECC of the proponent was complied and attained. There were no
exceedance on the standard parameters for air emission during testing. The Shang Grand Tower
has an approved EMP under the conditions of the ECC. These conditions are continuously
monitored and properly monitored. There is segregation of solid wastes, conservation and reduction
of energy and water consumptions. On the hazardous waste management, provision of locations
and area are done, proper maintenance and posting of guidelines on how to avoid risk on human
health. Provision for proper PPE(personal protective equipment) and training under hazardous
waste management.

B. Environmental Quality Status


EMP of the proponent is consistent in complying with the implementation set under the ECC
conditions. The stated mitigation/enhancement measures are scheduled. EMP is monitored
continuously.

 Air Quality Management-test sampling for the standby generator set. Records of data
gathered and monitored are secured. Also, the sampling results are well secured for legal
and future references.

 Water Quality Management-records of laboratory and sampling results are well secured
for the reference and basis for monitoring.

 Toxic and Hazardous Waste Management-Storage for hazardous wastes is provided to


avoid contamination to other wastes such as residual and compostable materials.
Hazardous wastes are monitored and maintained before final disposal to any treatment
facilities that treated the hazardous wastes. It is properly labeled according to its
classification and segregated to other untreated hazardous wastes.

 Solid Waste Management-Solid wastes are segregated through the provided trash bins.
Residual wastes are hauled and disposed everyday by DENR accredited haulers.
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C. Environmental Management Plan Status


Not Applicable.

D. ENVIRONMENTAL RISK CATEGORIZATION


The proponent should fill-up or update the project’s environmental risk categorization questionnaire
(presented in Annex 2-7d of the Revised Procedural Manual of DAO 2003-30) – applicable on the
Second Semi-annual ECC Compliance Monitoring Report.

E. WORK PLAN FOR NEXT MONITORING PERIOD


Seeking for accredited transporter, treater, storage and disposal facilitator for the disposal of
hazardous wastes.

V. ATTACHMENTS

Please have the following documents attached:


a) Laboratory Results of Analysis from DENR-EMB recognized laboratory;
b) Approved Impact Mitigation Plan in the EIS/other EIS Update Documents;
c) Approved Environmental Monitoring Plan in the EIS/other EIS Update Documents; and
d) Latest Certificate of Sewer Interconnection.

PREPARED BY: NOTED BY:

Michael Franz Advincula PCO Maureen Timbol/Managing Head


Name/Position Name/Position

Shang Salcedo Place


Proponent/Company Name

July 09, 2018


Date