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SUMMARY INITIAL ENVIRONMENTAL EXAMINATION Submitted by SANJEEV KUMAR 08/SPA/P/06

SUMMARY INITIAL ENVIRONMENTAL

EXAMINATION
EXAMINATION

Submitted by SANJEEV KUMAR

08/SPA/P/06

INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION  The proposed educational institution [SPA-B, NIFT-B, IISER, training CAMP] for the land of BHOURI.

The proposed educational institution [SPA-B, NIFT-B, IISER, training CAMP] for the land of BHOURI. An Initial environmental

examination (IEE) report is to be prepared. This report

summarizes the environmental impacts based on the information of self observation and study of some secondary data. The results of the assessment indicate that the project is

not friendly with environment. It will be difficult to support

project for environment.

In determining environmental impacts of the Project, year 2009

is used as the base year for forecasting with impacts predicted

in 2019. The extent of the study has been limited to the existing physical condition.

DESCRIPTION OF THE PROJECT

DESCRIPTION OF THE PROJECT  The Project involves three educational institutes and one training camp. The

The Project involves three educational institutes and one training camp. The periodic maintenance and betterment

works for project are not in the existing area. The Project also

includes measures to improve road maintenance funding, monitoring environmental aspects. The project’s civil works will include collection of borrow materials, quarry operations, cut and fill, aggregate mixture, cement works, masonry and

the establishment of construction camps.

The Project is scheduled to commence in July 2008 and to be completed in March 2011.

DESCRIPTION OF THE ENVIRONMENT

DESCRIPTION OF THE ENVIRONMENT Physical Resources in Project Area Topography and Soil The topography is mainly

Physical Resources in Project Area

Topography and Soil

The topography is mainly hilly, with some flat and swampy areas. The soil on the project area is black cotton. It is highly fertile. The general ground level is however, nearly 460 M.

Soil Profile :

ground level is however, nearly 460 M. Soil Profile : black cotton soil having depth ranging

black cotton soil having depth ranging between

4' to 10’.

CLIMATE

CLIMATE  TEMPERATURE – 30  HUMIDITY- 10%  DEW POINT- O C  WIND- NE

TEMPERATURE 30

HUMIDITY- 10%

DEW POINT- O C

WIND- NE at 33 km/h

Pressure-1010 hpa (steady)

Conditions- partly cloudy

Visibility- 8.0 kilometers

Clouds (few)- 3048 m

Sunrise- 05:00 am to 06:00

Sunset- 06:30 pm to 07:30

C

 Visibility- 8.0 kilometers  Clouds (few)- 3048 m  Sunrise- 05:00 am to 06:00 

VEGETATION

VEGETATION THE VEGETATION OF THE AREA It has agriculture land. not any particular plant in planted
VEGETATION THE VEGETATION OF THE AREA It has agriculture land. not any particular plant in planted

THE VEGETATION OF THE AREA

It has agriculture land. not any particular

plant in planted on the area. Mostly

pulses plant. It does not get natural water properly. Irrigation is covered with the help of supply water. Due to lake of water source small leaf plant with

thorn, so that less amount of water can evaporate.

WATER RESOURCES

WATER RESOURCES A piped water supply system for the city was first developed in the 1940’s

A piped water supply system for the city

was first developed in the 1940’s for the old

city area, which was augmented and expanded to suit demand. The upper lake was the main source of water with a potential yield of 85.5MLD until a major augmentation (135MLD) took place in 1989

with the development of Kolar dam

Lake is the ultimate source

of Bhopal which would

be used for different purpose .

1989 with the development of Kolar dam Lake is the ultimate source of Bhopal which would

AIR QUALITY

AIR QUALITY Along with the urban development especially during the last decade there is phenomenal increase

Along with the urban development especially during the last decade

there is phenomenal increase in

traffic load, which is one of the

major causes of pollution in the area. Consequently, MPPCB started conducting ambient levels w.r.t. Suspended Particulate Matter (SPM), Sulphur Dioxide (SO2) and Nitrogen Oxides (NO2) at various locations in the city.

Suspended Particulate Matter (SPM), Sulphur Dioxide (SO2) and Nitrogen Oxides (NO2) at various locations in the

ECOLOGICAL RESOURCES IN PROJECT AREA

ECOLOGICAL RESOURCES IN PROJECT AREA Human and Economic Resources Population Development Zone Habit Develo

Human and Economic Resources

Population

Development

Zone

Habit

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status

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(Ha)

Area

Area

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pph

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Special

6502

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29

90

Area

(Ha) without ity pph roads pph (Ha) Special 6502 4608 2130 190722 29 90 Area

SCREENING OF POTENTIAL ENVIRONMENTAL

SCREENING OF POTENTIAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS AND MITIGATION MEASURES The longer-term environmental impacts of the proposed

IMPACTS

AND MITIGATION MEASURES

The longer-term environmental impacts of the proposed project are likely to be insignificant with impacts resulting directly from construction activities only. Environmental impacts during construction are dependent on: (i) contractors’ work practices, especially those related to the storage of construction materials

and cleanliness of the work sites; (ii) cooperation by local

communities in terms of traffic management and use of land and utilities; (iii)enforcement of construction practices and standards through supervision; and (iv) implementation of

mitigation measures identified in the IEE included in bid and

contract documents.

PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT

PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT Soils and Materials The main impacts during construction are from extraction of fill materials.

Soils and Materials

The main impacts during

construction are from extraction of fill materials. To reduce soil erosion,

construction should take

place mainly in the dry season. To reduce soil damage from land, it should be grass cover as soon as

possible.

should take place mainly in the dry season. To reduce soil damage from land, it should

RECYCLING OF CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL

RECYCLING OF CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL Contractors will be encouraged to recycle and to use recyclable materials. In

Contractors will be

encouraged to recycle

and to use recyclable materials. In addition to saving cost, this will

reduce environmental

impacts.

encouraged to recycle and to use recyclable materials. In addition to saving cost, this will reduce

SLOPE STABILITY AND DRAINAGE

SLOPE STABILITY AND DRAINAGE Bhopal does not have a planned and fullfledged sewerage system. A large

Bhopal does not have a planned and fullfledged sewerage system. A large area of the city, has no sewage network, either internal or trunk, and the raw sewage or septic tank outflows are discharged into open drains which flow

into the watercourses.

Bhopal does not have a planned and fullfledged sewerage system. A large area of the city, has no sewage network, either

internal or trunk, and the raw sewage or

septic tank outflows are discharged into open drains which flow into the watercourses. Ultimately most of the sewage flows into the upper lake and into

the nallahs, which eventually flow into the

Patra, Halali, and Betwa River.

the sewage flows into the upper lake and into the nallahs, which eventually flow into the

WATER

WATER The water component in the city can be seen as; o Ground Water Quality o
WATER The water component in the city can be seen as; o Ground Water Quality o

The water component in

the city can be seen as;

o

Ground Water Quality

o

Surface Water

Environmental Problems associated

with the different water resources:

Ground Water Contamination

Chemical pollution

Microbial Contamination

Affecting Human Health due to

Waterborne Diseases

AIR QUALITY

AIR QUALITY During construction, air quality is likely to be degraded by exhaust emissions from the

During construction, air quality is likely to be degraded by exhaust emissions from the operation of construction machinery;

fugitive emissions from aggregates, concrete and dust

generated from exposed soils. In order to mitigate this, the following will be implemented: (i) Construction equipment will be maintained to a good standard and idling of engines

discouraged. Machinery causing excessive pollution (e.g.,

visible smoke) will be banned from construction sites.

ECOLOGICAL ENVIRONMENT

ECOLOGICAL ENVIRONMENT A short-term impact on ecology with the project is likely to occur in and

A short-term impact on ecology with the project is likely to occur in and around the quarry sites, agriculture, and workforce camps

due to minor vegetation clearance. The impacts of project on

protected areas are analyzed “with” and “without” project scenarios. Based on the discussion with student group, field visits, and current maintenance practices, it is concluded that

there will be no significant impact on the protected areas,

overlay), however, some minor negative impact is expected during the construction and operation, which will be mitigated by limiting construction camp.

SOCIOECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT

SOCIOECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT The Project will not require resettlement, or removal of permanent structures. Some temporary

The Project will not require resettlement, or removal of permanent structures. Some temporary disturbances, however, are

possible due to changing agriculture fields pattern, setting up

temporary construction camps, and cutting of trees.

Construction camps will place stresses on nearby communities. The contractors will be required to establish a mechanism by which local people can raise grievances. The use of local labor and the provision of construction support services will be encouraged and will help alleviate potential conflicts.

HEALTH, SAFETY, AND HYGIENE

HEALTH, SAFETY, AND HYGIENE Impacts of the project on public health are likely to arise from

Impacts of the project on public health are likely to arise from

construction camps. There will be a potential for diseases to be transmitted, exacerbated by inadequate health and safety

practices. Each contractor will

therefore be required to recruit an environmental, health and safety manager to address environmental, health, and safety

concerns in the camps.

INSTITUTIONAL REQUIREMENT AND

ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING PLAN
ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING PLAN

An environmental

management and

monitoring plan (EMMP) was prepared to mitigate the potential environmental impacts of the Project and

the frequency of environmental monitoring is attached.

to mitigate the potential environmental impacts of the Project and the frequency of environmental monitoring is

CONCLUSION

CONCLUSION The Project will cause some minor environmental impacts, which will be both positive and negative.

The Project will cause some minor environmental impacts, which will be both positive and negative. The impacts resulting from the Project include

Increased growth in the economy of the region

Substantial income and employment opportunities

Improved living conditions

Reduced poverty

Provision of a communication link

Will increase pollution

Disturb the rural habitation

Will increase pollution  Disturb the rural habitation In conclusion, the Project will have overall beneficial

In conclusion, the Project will have overall beneficial impacts in improving socioeconomic conditions along the project corridor, and will have insignificant negative impacts, which will be carefully monitored and adequately mitigated.

THANKS

Submitted by

Sanjeev

08/spa/p/06

kumar