3 CONTENTS S. NO. PARTICULARS PAGE NO. A. TOR LETTER & TOR COMPLIANCE 1. ToR Letter ToR Compliance 7 20 B. FINAL EIA / EMP REPORT Chapter I Introduction Chapter II Project Description Chapter III Description of the Environment Chapter IV Anticipated Environmental Impacts and Mitigation Measures Chapter V Analysis of Alternatives (Technology & Site) 117 Chapter VI Environmental Monitoring Programme Chapter VII Additional Studies Chapter VIII Project Benefits Chapter IX Environmental Cost Benefit Analysis 188 Chapter X Environmental Management Plan Chapter XI Summary & Conclusion Chapter XII Disclosure of Consultant Engaged i
4 INDEX S.NO. PARTICULARS PAGE NO. Chapter I Introduction Purpose of the report Identification of the project and project proponent Identification of the project Introduction of the project proponent Brief Description of nature, size, location of the project and its importance to the country and region Brief Description of nature, size and location of the project Location Map Site Selection Location and Approach to the Project site Importance to the country and region Scope of study 27 Chapter II Project Description Type of the project Need for the project Location Requirements for the project Raw Material Requirement Fuel Requirement Water Requirement Power Requirement Manpower Requirement Land Details Plant Layout Manufacturing Process details Cement Plant Captive Power Plant (Coal/ Petcoke Based) Waste heat Recovery Power Plant Storage facilities 40 Chapter III Description of the Environment Introduction Study Area at a glance Baseline Data Collection Primary Data Instruments used for environmental baseline data collection Land Use/Land Cover Study Objective Data Used False Color Composite (FCC) Satellite Images Methodology Details of LULC Land Use/ Land Cover Classes Generation and analysis of data Land Use / Land Cover Details of Core Zone Land Use / Land Cover Details of Buffer Zone Observation of the LU/LC Data Identification of Impacts on land Use Pattern due to project Activity Recommendations Conclusion Digital Elevation Model Data Used Methodology Interpretation Seismicity and Flood Hazard Zonation of the area Seismicity of the area 56 ii
5 S.NO. PARTICULARS PAGE NO Flood Hazard Zonation Map Climate and Rainfall Meteorology MicroMeteorology at site Ambient Air Environment Methodology Ambient Air Quality Monitoring Mineralogical Composition for RSPM Analysis of PolyAromatic Hydrocarbons (PAH) in SPM Noise Environment Water Environment Surface Water Ground Water Quality Results Soil Environment Soil Quality and Characteristics Petrological Analysis Sample Preparation Biological Environment Introduction Ecological Sensitive Area Flora Fauna Cropping Pattern SocioEconomic Environment Objectives of the study Scope of work Methodology Background Information of the Area Baseline Data and Analysis SocioEconomic Profile of the study Area Demographic Profile of the study Area Vulnerable Group Literacy Rate Economic Activities Basic Amenities Educational Facilities Health Facilities Transport Facilities Post and Telegraphs Electrification in the area Drinking Water Facility Conclusion 98 Chapter IV Anticipated Environmental Impacts and Mitigation Measures Environmental Impact study Impact due to proposed activity Anticipated Impacts during Construction Phase Impact on Topography and Land Use Impact on Air Quality Impact on Noise Levels Impact on Water Resources and Water Quality Impact on Soil Impact on Terrestrial Ecology Anticipated Impacts during Operation phase and Proposed Mitigation Measures Impact on Land Use Pattern Impact on Air Quality and Mitigation Measures Impact due to operation of proposed integrated cement project Air Quality Predictions through Mathematical Modeling 102 iii
6 S.NO. PARTICULARS PAGE NO Air Pollution Modeling Pollutants/Model Options Considered for computations Model Options used for Computations Model Input Data Modeling Procedure Extrapolation of Wind Speed Stability Classification Dispersion Parameters Mixing Height Presentation of Results Impact due to Transportation of Raw Material Impact on Noise Level and Mitigation Measures Impact on Water Quality and Mitigation Measures Impact on Soil and Mitigation Measures Impact due to Solid and Hazardous Waste Generation Impact on Biological Environment Impact on SocioEconomic Environment Impact on Occupational Health and Mitigation Measures Summary and Conclusion 115 Chapter V Analysis of Alternatives (Technology and Site) Analysis of Alternatives 117 Chapter VI Environmental Monitoring Programme Introduction Formation of Environmental Management Cell (EMC) Structure of EMC Responsibilities of EMC Measurement Methodologies Instruments to be used Monitoring Programme Monitoring Schedule Methodology adopted Locations of Monitoring Stations Data Analysis Detailed Budget 123 CHAPTER VII ADDITIONAL STUDIES Introduction Public Consultation Public Hearing Proceedings Public Hearing Notice published in Newspapers The Hindu and Eenadu dated 09 th Nov., Photographs of Public Hearing Action Plan For the issues raised during Public Hearing HydroGeological Study and Rainwater Harvesting Plan Introduction Scope of Work Methodology Drainage Climate and Rainfall Regional Geology Local Geology Hydrogeology Hydrogeology of the study area Ground Water Resource Evaluation Ground Water Resources in the Core Zone Ground Water Resources for Buffer Zone Total Recharge of Buffer Zone Ground Water Draft of Buffer Zone 150 iv
7 S.NO. PARTICULARS PAGE NO Total Draft of Buffer Zone Allocation of Ground Water for Domestic Use for Future Development Summary of Buffer Zone Water Balance Impact on Water Resources and Its Quality Aquifer Recharge Plan Rainwater Harvesting Need for Rainwater Harvesting/Artificial Groundwater Recharge Factors Affecting RunOff Components of Rainwater Harvesting System Detailed Rainwater Harvesting Plan Rainwater Harvesting Potential RunOff Estimation Available Runoff at Varying Rainfall and Utilizable Working Days Risk Assessment and Disaster Management Plan Risk Assessment and Damage Control Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment (HIRA) for Integrated Cement Project Exposure to High Temperature Physical Hazards Events pertaining to the manufacturing process Fire Explosion Electrocution Management measures to prevent the physical hazards in the plant Natural and Manmade Calamities which can lead to Emergency High Risk Categories and Preventive Measures Measures for occupational Health Hazards Disaster Management Plan Definition Scope Objective Onsite Emergency Plan Disaster control Management system Emergency Control Centre (ECC) Emergency Communication Onsite emergency planning for cement plant OffSite Emergency Planning Organization Communications Special Emergency Equipment Voluntary Organizations Nongovernment Organizations (NGO) Chemical information Meteorological Information Humanitarian Arrangements Public Information Assessment Role of local authority Role of police Role of Fire Brigade Media Role of health care authorities Conclusion 179 Chapter VIII Project Benefits Introduction Promotion of Socio Economic status Education Health and Family Care Sustainable Livelihood Infrastructure Development 182 v
8 S.NO. PARTICULARS PAGE NO Social Causes Proposed ESC Action Plan Conclusion 187 Chapter IX Environmental Cost Benefit Analysis Environmental Cost Benefit Analysis 188 Chapter X Environmental Management Plan Introduction Air Quality Management Stack Emissions and Control Technologies Fugitive Emissions, Sources and Control Technologies Fugitive Emissions Sources of Fugitive Emissions in Cement Plant and Mitigation Measures Noise Mitigation Water Management Water Requirement Water Management Sewage Treatment Plant Effluent Treatment Plant Water Conservation Measures Proposed Rain Water Harvesting Solid Waste Management Concept of Waste Minimization, 3 R s (Reuse, Recycle & Recover Techniques), Energy & Natural Resource Conservation Measures Waste Minimization 3 R s Reuse Recycle Recovery Energy Conservation Natural Resource Conservation Identification and Implementation of Carbon Credit Project Through Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) In Cement Industry 10.7 Greenbelt Development and Plantation Programme Greenbelt Plantation at the plant site Objective Greenbelt / Plantation Programme Guidelines for Green Belt Development Occupational Health and Safety Measures Health and Safety Policy Occupational Health Surveillance Implementation of OHS standards as per OHSAS/USEPA Safety Committee Medical Facilities Investigation Facility Facility for Minor Surgical Operation Ambulance Services First Aid Boxes Plan and Fund allocation for Control of Occupational and Safety Hazards Implementation Plan of CREP Recommendations Corporate Environment Policy Vehicular Pollution Control and its Management Conclusion Chapter XI Summary & Conclusion Introduction Justification for the project Description of the project Brief Description of the Project 212 vi
9 S.NO. PARTICULARS PAGE NO Requirements for the Project Raw Material Requirement Fuel Requirement Other Basic Requirement Manufacturing Process Cement Plant Captive Power Generation (Coal/Petcoke based) Waste Heat Recovery Plant Description of Environment Presentation of Results (Air, Noise, Water and Soil) Biological Environment SocioEconomic Environment Anticipated Environmental Impacts and Mitigation measures Environmental Monitoring Programme Additional Studies Project Benefits Environmental Management Plan Occupational Health and Safety Measures Conclusion 220 Chapter XII Disclosure of Consultant Engaged Disclosure of Consultant Engaged 221 LIST OF TABLES TABLE NO. PARTICULARS PAGE NO. 1.1 Brief Description of Nature, Size and Location of Project Raw Material Requirement, Source and Transportation Fuel Requirement Breakup of Water Requirement Power Requirement Area Details Storage Facilities for Raw Material and Product Primary Data Collection Land Use/Land Cover Details of Core zone (Plant and Colony) Land Use/Land Cover Details of buffer zone Seismic Zones in India Rainfall Data For last 15 Years Micro Meteorology at Site Locations of Ambient Air Quality Monitoring Stations Ambient Air Quality Monitoring NAAQS Chemical Characterization of RSPM (a) Locations of Noise Monitoring Stations (b) Ambient Noise Level Monitoring Results (c) CPCB Noise Standards Locations of Ground Water Sampling Stations Ground Water Analysis Soil Sampling Stations Soil Analysis Standard Soil Classification List of Floral Diversity List of Faunal Diversity SocioEconomic Profile of Study Area Demographic Profile of study Area 94 vii
10 TABLE NO. PARTICULARS PAGE NO Work Forces of the Study Area Proposed Stack Emission Details Mixing Height for the project site Peak Incremental Concentration for Different Scenarios Raw Material Requirement, Source and Transportation Anticipated Adverse Environmental Impacts and Mitigation Frequency for Post Project Monitoring Post Project Monitoring Locations for Post Project Monitoring Break Up of EMP Cost Details of Groundwater Table Monitoring in Buffer Zone Monthly Evaporation losses Calculation of Available rainwater runoff at varying rainfall intensities Possible Hazardous Locations on site List of Damages Envisaged at Various Heat Loads High Risk Categories and Preventive Measures List of Extinguisher to be used as case specific List of Extinguisher to be used as Site specific Summary of Recommended Personal Protective Equipment according to hazard onsite Action Plan for ESC Activities Detailed Activitywise Action Plan for ESC Activities Proposed Pollution Control Equipments Storage Facilities Proposed Rainwater Harvesting at Project Site Proposed Action Plan for Greenbelt Development / Plantation Fund allocation for Control of Occupational and Safety Hazards Emission Standards for Vehicles Vehicle Check Sheet for Fitness Certificate Brief Description of the Project Raw Material Requirement, Source and Transportation Fuel Requirement Basic Requirements for the Project Anticipated Environmental Impacts and Mitigation Measures Post Project Monitoring 218 LIST OF FIGURES FIGURE NO. PARTICULARS PAGE NO. 1.1 Location Map Map showing Environmental Settings of the 10 km radius study area Photographs of the Proposed Project Site Mass Balance Flow Diagram Water Balance Diagram Plant Layout Process Flow Diagram Process Flow Diagram for CPP Satellite Imagery of Core Zone Satellite Imagery of Buffer Zone Land Use/Land Cover Map of the Core zone Land Use/Land Cover Map of the buffer zone Digital Elevation model of the Study area (3 D View) Digital Elevation Model of the study with contour map Seismic Zone Map Flood Hazard Zone Map Wind Rose Diagram at Project site Key Plan showing Ambient Air Quality and Noise Monitoring Locations (A) Graph showing PM10 Concentrations (Max. and Min.) at different monitoring stations (B) Graph showing PM2.5 Concentrations (Max. and Min.)at different monitoring stations 65 viii
11 FIGURE NO. PARTICULARS PAGE NO (C) Graph showing SO2 Concentrations (Max. and Min.)at different monitoring stations (D) Graph showing NO2 Concentrations (Max. and Min.)at different monitoring stations (A) Graph showing Noise Levels of different locations during day time (B) Graph showing Noise Levels of different locations during night time Key Plan showing Ground Water Sampling Locations Key Plan showing Soil Sampling Locations SC / ST Population within 10 Km Study Area Gender Wise Literacy Details Work Force in the study area Isopleth showing the Maximum GLC of PM Isopleth showing the Incremental GLCs of SO Isopleth showing the Incremental GLCs of NOx Structure of EMC Rainfall Pattern of District Kurnool Map showing Geological Formations in 10 km Buffer Zone Map Showing Groundwater Yield Potential in Different Formations of Kurnool District Depth to Water Table Pattern in Premonsoon Season, Kurnool District Depth to Water Table Pattern in Postmonsoon Season, Kurnool District Temperature Profile of District Kurnool Plant Layout showing Location of Proposed Recharge Ponds Chart showing rainfall, expected runoff available and utilizable working days Major areas under ESC activities Water Balance Diagram Block diagram of Sewage Treatment Plant Block Diagram of Effluent Treatment Plant 198 LIST OF ANNEXURES ANNEXURE NO. DETAILS 1 Coal Linkage Documents 2 Questionnaire Industry Sector 3 Hourly Meteorological Data 4 Detailed Ambient Air Quality Monitoring Tables 5 Public Hearing Proceedings 6 Corporate Environment Policy ix
12 ABBREVIATIONS AAQM : Ambient Air Quality Monitoring AAQMS : Ambient Air Quality Monitoring Stations AERMOD : Atmospheric Dispersion Modeling AFBC : Atmospheric Fluidized Bed Combustion APPCB : Andhra Pradesh Pollution Control Board APM : Air Particulate Matter AQC : Air Quenched Cooler BDL : Below Detection Limit BIS : Bureau of Indian Standards BOD : Biochemical Oxygen Demand CAGR : Compound Annual Growth Rate CAZRI : Central Arid Zone Research Institute CEP : Corporate Environment policy CFU : Colony Forming Unit CFBC : Circulating Fluidized Bed Combustion CGWA : Central Ground Water Authority CPCB : Central Pollution Control Board CMT : Crisis Management Team CO : Carbon Monoxide CREP : Corporate Responsibility for Environment Protection CSR : Corporate Social Responsibility CTE : Consent to Establish CTO : Consent to Operate db : Decibel DEM : Digital Elevation Model D.G : Diesel Generator DIP : Digital Image Processing DL : Detection Limit DO : Dissolved Oxygen DMP : Disaster Management Plan DTM : Digital Terrain Model EAC : Expert Appraisal Committee EC : Environmental Clearance ECC : Emergency Control Centre ECG : Electrocardiograph EIA : Environmental Impact Assessment EMC : Environment Management Cell EMP : Environmental Management Plan ENE : East of NorthEast EPA : Environmental Protection Authority ERDAS : Earth Resources Data Analysis System ERT : Emergency Response Team ESE : East of South East ESP : Electro Static Precipitator FCC : False Color Composite FHZ : Flood Hazard Zonation FPM : Fine Particulate Matter FPS : Fine Particulate Sampler FY : Financial Year GIS : Geographic Information System GCP : Ground Control Points GDP : Gross Domestic Product GHG : Greenhouse Gases GOI : Government of India x
13 GOVT. : Government GPS : Global Positioning System GLC : Ground Level Concentration Ha : Hectare HAZID : Hazard Identification HC : Hydrocarbons HSD : High Speed Diesel HSE : Health, Safety & Environment IIM : Indian Institute of Management I&M : Inspection & Maintenance ISO : International Organization For Standardization ISRO : Indian Space Research Organization IMD : Indian Meteorological Department IOC : Indian Oil Corporation IRP : Indian Response Plan IRT : Incident Response Team IS : Indian Standards JMEPL : JM EnviroNet Private Limited KLD : Kilo Litre Per Day KWH : Kilo Watt Hour LULC : Land Use/Land Cover MT : Metric Tonne MTPA : Million Tonnes Per Annum MoEF&CC : Ministry of Environment and Forest & Climate Change MW : Mega Watt MVA : Mega Volt Ampere NAAQS : National Ambient Air Quality Standard NABL : National Accreditation Board For Testing And Calibration Laboratories NABET : National Accreditation Board for Education & Training NGO : Non Governmental Organization NATMO : National Atlas Thematic Mapping Organization NDIR : Nondispersive Infrared Detector NE : North East NH : National Highway NIDM : National Institute of Disaster Management NOC : No Objection Certificate NNE : North of Northeast NOx : Oxides of Nitrogen NRSA : National Remote Sensing Agency NTU : Nephlometeric Turbidity Unit NW : North West OHS : Occupational Health & Safety OHSAS : Occupational Health & Safety Assessment Series OPC : Ordinary Portland Cement PAH : Poly Aromatic Hydrocarbon PF : Protected Forest ph : Potential Hydrogen PHC : Public Health Centers PM : Particulate Matter PPC : Portland Pozzolana Cement PPE : Personal Protective Equipment PPM : Parts Per Million QCI : Quality Council of India RABH : Reverse Air Bag House RDS : Respiratory Dust Sampler RI : Rainfall Infiltration xi
14 RO : Regional Office RSPM : Respirable Suspended Particulate Matter R & R : Rehabilitation & Resettlement RSPM : Respirable Suspended Particulate Matter S : South SC : Scheduled Caste SE : South East SEAC : State Level Expert Appraisal Committee SEIAA : State Environment Impact Assessment Authority SOI : Survey of India SPM : Suspended Particulate Matter SRTM : Shuttle Radar Topographic Mission SW : South West ST : Scheduled Tribes TDS : Total Dissolved Solids ToR : Terms of Reference TPD : Tonnes Per Day TPH : Tonnes Per Hour USEPA : United States Environmental Protection Agency USDA : United States Department of Agriculture UTCL : UltraTech Cement Limited UTM : Universal Transverse Mercator VAT : Value Added Tax WHRB Waste Heat Recovery Boiler µg/m 3 : Micro gram per metre cube µm : Micrometre db : Decibel g/cc : Gram per Cubic Centimetre g/km hr : Gram per kilometre hour ha : Hectare kg/ha : Kilogram per hectare km : Kilometre m : Metre mg/kg : Milligram per kilogram mg/l : Milligram per litre mg/m 3 : Milligram per metre cube mg/nm 3 : Milligram per Normal cubic metre mm : Millimetre ms/cm : Milli Siemens per centimetre sq. : Square xii
21 Proposed Greenfield Integrated Cement Project Clinker (4.0 MTPA), Cement (6.0 MTPA), Captive Power Plant (60 MW) and WHRB (15 MW) ToR Compliance ToR Compliance Pointwise compliance to the ToR points issued by MoEFCC, New Delhi vide letter no. J 11011/404/2011IAII (I) dated 22 nd December, 2011 (extended vide letter dated 01 st April, 2015) for Proposed Greenfield Integrated Cement Project Clinker (4.0 MTPA), Cement (6.0 MTPA), Captive Power Plant (60 MW) and WHRB (15 MW) at Village: Petnikota, Mandal: Kolimigundla, District: Kurnool (Andhra Pradesh) by M/s. Petnikota Cement Works (a unit of UltraTech Cement Limited). ToR Point No. ToR Point Compliance Reference in Final EIA / EMP Report 1. Executive summary of the project. Executive Summary of the project has been incorporated in this EIA/EMP Report. 2. Photographs of the proposed plant area. Photographs of the proposed project site have been incorporated in this EIA/EMP Report. Chapter XI, Page no. 211 Chapter I, Page no A line diagram / flow sheet for the process and EMP. A line diagram / flow sheet for the process incorporating EMP for Cement Plant has been incorporated in this EIA/EMP Report. Chapter II, Figure 2.4, Page no Copy of the firm coal linkage documents Coal Linkage document has been enclosed as Annexure 1 along with this EIA/EMP Report. Annexure 1 5. The earlier questionnaire for industry sector should be submitted while submitting EIA/EMP report. 6. A site location map on Indian map of 1:10,00,000 scale followed by 1:50,000/ 1:25,000 scale on an A3/A2 sheet with at least next 10 Kms of terrains i.e. circle of 10 kms and further 10 kms on A3/A2 sheets with proper longitude/ latitude/ heights with min. 100/200 m. contours should be included. 3D view i.e. DEM (Digital Elevation Model) for the area in 10 km radius from the proposal site. 7. Present land use should be prepared based on satellite imagery. Highresolution satellite image data having 1m 5m spatial resolution like quick bird, lkonos, IRS P6 pan sharpened etc. for the 10Km radius area from proposed site. The same should be used for land used/landcover mapping of the area. Questionnaire for Industry Sector has been enclosed as Annexure 2 along with this EIA/EMP Report. A site location map on Indian map of 1:50,000 scale with 10 km of terrains i.e. circle of 10 km has been prepared and incorporated in this EIA/EMP Report. 3D view i.e. DEM (Digital Elevation Model) with contour map (contour interval of 20 m) for the area in 10 km radius from the proposed project site has also been prepared and incorporated in this EIA/EMP Report. Present land use / land cover map of the study area has been prepared, based on satellite imagery, using RESOURCESAT2 (L4FMX) digital data which was procured from National Remote Sensing Centre, Hyderabad and details of the same has been incorporated in this EIA/EMP Report. Annexure 2 Chapter I, Figure 1.1, Page no. 24 Chapter III, Section Page no. 52 Chapter III, Section 3.4 Page no. 43 M/s. Petnikota Cement Works 7 JM EnviroNet Pvt. Ltd.
22 Proposed Greenfield Integrated Cement Project Clinker (4.0 MTPA), Cement (6.0 MTPA), Captive Power Plant (60 MW) and WHRB (15 MW) ToR Compliance ToR Point No. ToR Point Compliance Reference in Final EIA / EMP Report 8. Location of national parks / wildlife sanctuary / reserve forests within 10 km, radius should specifically be mentioned. A map showing land use / land cover, reserved forests, wildlife sanctuaries, national parks, tiger reserve etc, in 10 km of the project site. 9. Project site layout plan showing raw materials, fly ash and other storage plans, bore well or water storage, aquifers (within 1 km.) dumping, waste disposal, green areas, water bodies, rivers/drainage passing through the project site should be included. 10. Details and classification of total land (identified and acquired) should be included. 11. Proposal should be submitted to the Ministry for environment clearance only after acquiring total land. Necessary documents indicating acquisition of land should be included. 12. Rehabilitation & Resettlement (R & R) should be as per policy of the State Govt. and a detailed action plan should be included. 13. Permission and approval for the use of forest land and recommendations of the State Forest Department regarding impact of proposed expansion on the surrounding reserve forests, if applicable, should be included. No National Park, Wildlife Sanctuary, Biosphere Reserve, Reserved Forests falls within 10 km radius of the project site. Map showing Environment Settings of 10 km radius study area has been incorporated in this EIA/EMP Report. A map showing land use / land cover within 10 km radius of the project site has also been incorporated in this EIA/EMP Report. Project site layout plan showing raw materials, fly ash and other storage facilities, green areas, etc. has been incorporated in this EIA/EMP Report. There is no waste generation from the plant process and hence, no dumping and waste disposal sites within the plant layout are present. There is no river / drainage passing through the project site hence, the same is also not shown in the plant layout. Total project area (including colony) is ha; out of which ha is Govt. Land and ha is Private Land and the same is under possession of UTCL. Total project area (including colony) is ha; out of which ha is Govt. Land and ha is Private Land and the same is under possession of UTCL. Total project area (including colony) is ha; out of which approx. 98% is Govt. Land and the same is under possession of UTCL. Thus, R&R is not applicable in this case. No Forest land is involved in the proposed project activity. There is no Reserved Forests within 10 km radius of the study area. Chapter I, Figure 1.2, Page no. 25 Chapter III, Figure 3.4, Page no. 51 Chapter II, Figure 2.3, Page no. 34 M/s. Petnikota Cement Works 8 JM EnviroNet Pvt. Ltd.
23 Proposed Greenfield Integrated Cement Project Clinker (4.0 MTPA), Cement (6.0 MTPA), Captive Power Plant (60 MW) and WHRB (15 MW) ToR Compliance ToR Point No. ToR Point Compliance Reference in Final EIA / EMP Report 14. A list of industries containing name and type in 10 km radius shall be incorporated. 15. Residential colony should be located in upwind direction. 16. List of raw material required and source along with mode of transportation should be included. All the trucks for raw material and finished product transportation must be "'Environmentally Compliant". 17. Petrological and Chemical analysis and other chemical properties of raw materials used (with GPS location of source of raw material) i.e. ores, minerals, rock, soil, coal, iron, dolomite quartz etc. using high definition and precision instruments mentioning their detection range and methodology such Digital Analyzers, AAS with Graphite furnace, ICPMS, MICROWDXRF, EPMA, XRD, Nano studies or at least as per and WHO norms. These analyses should Integrated Cement Plant of Andhra Pradesh Cement Works (a unit of UltraTech Cement Ltd.) 8.5 km in SW direction Sagar Cements Ltd. (formerly BMM Cement Ltd.) 9.0 km in West direction Some small ironore mining and slab industries Residential colony has been proposed in upwind direction. Details related to raw material quantity, its source and mode of transportation has been incorporated in this EIA/EMP Report. All the trucks used for raw material and finished product transportation will be Environmentally Compliant. All the vehicles used for the transportation of raw material and finished product including trucks will be maintained regularly and checked for Pollution under Control. Before transportation, all trucks will be weighed to ensure that no overloading is being done. Also, it will also be ensured that transportation of raw material and product is done in closed environment, to avoid any spillage of material. Safe speed limits will be determined for transportation and workers/ drivers will be advised to follow the same during transportation. Petrological and Chemical analysis of the raw materials (limestone, coal, gypsum, fly ash etc.) to be used, has been done using the AAS with Graphite Furnace and the same has been incorporated in this EIA/EMP Report. The analysis was also done for trace element and metal studies, but no trace elements were found in the material. Chapter II, Section 2.4.1, Page no. 29 Chapter III, Section 3.12, Page no. 80 M/s. Petnikota Cement Works 9 JM EnviroNet Pvt. Ltd.
24 Proposed Greenfield Integrated Cement Project Clinker (4.0 MTPA), Cement (6.0 MTPA), Captive Power Plant (60 MW) and WHRB (15 MW) ToR Compliance ToR Point No. ToR Point Compliance Reference in Final EIA / EMP Report include trace element and metal studies like Cr (vi) Ni, Fe, As, Pb, Zn, Hg, Se, S etc. Presence of radioactive elements (U, Th etc.). 18. Petrography, grain size analysis and Major element analysis of raw material and soil from project site and raw material should be done on the same parameters along with analysis for Si02, Al2O3, MgO, MnO, K2O, CaO, FeO, Fe2O3, P2O5, H2O, CO If the rocks, ores, raw material has trace elements their petrography, ore microscopy, XRD, elemental mapping EPMA, XRF is required to quantify the amount present in it and hence future risk involved while using it and management plan. 20. Studies for fly ash, muck disposal, slurry, sludge material and solid waste generated should also be included, if the raw materials used has trace elements and a management plan. 21. Manufacturing process details for all the cement plant, captive power plant and mine should be included. 22. Possibility of installation of WHRB will be explored and details included. 23. Mass balance for the raw material and products should be included. 24. Energy balance data for all the components including proposed power plant should be incorporated. Petrography, grain size analysis and major element analysis of raw material has been done and incorporated in this EIA/EMP Report. The rocks, ores and raw material do not contain trace elements; hence, the further studies were not conducted to calculate their amount. Simultaneously, there is no risk involved during their use. Trace elements are absent in the raw materials; hence, studies and management plan for fly ash, muck disposal, slurry, sludge material and solid waste generated are not required. Manufacturing process details for cement plant and captive power plant have been incorporated in this EIA/EMP Report. Mine is not included in the proposed integrated project. UTCL has explored the possibility of installation of WHRB and therefore, proposed WHRB of 15 MW capacity along with the proposed project. Details of the same have been incorporated in this EIA/EMP Report. Mass balance for the raw material and products has been incorporated in this EIA/EMP Report. Energy balance data for all the components of proposed plant has been incorporated in this EIA/EMP Report. Chapter III, Section 3.12, Page no. 80 Chapter II, Section 2.6, Page no. 35 Chapter II, Section 2.6.3, Page no. 39 Chapter II, Figure 2.1, Page no. 30 Chapter II, Page no. 32 M/s. Petnikota Cement Works 10 JM EnviroNet Pvt. Ltd.
25 Proposed Greenfield Integrated Cement Project Clinker (4.0 MTPA), Cement (6.0 MTPA), Captive Power Plant (60 MW) and WHRB (15 MW) ToR Compliance ToR Point No. ToR Point Compliance Reference in Final EIA / EMP Report 25. Sitespecific micrometeorological data using temperature, relative humidity, hourly wind speed and direction and rainfall should be collected. 26. Sources of secondary emissions, its control and monitoring as per the CPCB guidelines should be included. A full chapter on fugitive emissions and control technologies should be provided. 27. An action plan to control and monitor secondary fugitive emissions from all the sources as per the latest permissible limits issued by the Ministry vide G.S.R. 414(E) dated 30 th May, Vehicular pollution control and its management plan should be submitted. 29. A write up on use of high calorific hazardous wastes from all the sources in kiln and commitment regarding use of hazardous waste should be included 30. Ambient air quality at 8 locations within the study area of 10 km., aerial coverage from project site with one AAQMS in downwind direction should be carried out. Sitespecific micrometeorological data (temperature, relative humidity, wind speed and direction) were collected for Winter Season (Dec., 2014 to Feb., 2015). Details of the same have been incorporated in this EIA/EMP Report. Hourly Meteorological Data has also been enclosed as Annexure 3 along with this EIA/EMP Report. Rainfall data has also been incorporated in this EIA/EMP Report. Information related to sources of secondary emissions, its control and monitoring as per the CPCB guidelines and related fugitive emissions and control technologies have been incorporated in this EIA/EMP Report. An action plan to control and monitor secondary fugitive emissions from all the sources as per the latest permissible limits has been incorporated in this EIA/EMP Report. Vehicular pollution control and its management plan have been incorporated in this EIA/EMP Report. UTCL is committed for sustainable development and conservation of natural resources through utilization of various types of industrial wastes / hazardous wastes as alternate fuel in cement manufacturing process. In the proposed cement manufacturing plant, the utilization of industrial wastes/ hazardous wastes will be explored for sustainable development and conservation of natural resources. Ambient air quality monitoring was carried out at 8 locations during Winter Season (Dec., 2014 to Feb., 2015) within 10 km radius of project site to assess the ambient air quality. The dominant wind direction during the Chapter III, Section 3.7.1, Page no. 60 Annexure 3 Chapter III, Section 3.6, Page no. 59 Chapter X, Section , Page no. 190 Chapter X, Section , Page no. 190 Chapter X, Section 10.11, Page no. 209 Chapter III, Section 3.8, Page no. 61 M/s. Petnikota Cement Works 11 JM EnviroNet Pvt. Ltd.
26 Proposed Greenfield Integrated Cement Project Clinker (4.0 MTPA), Cement (6.0 MTPA), Captive Power Plant (60 MW) and WHRB (15 MW) ToR Compliance ToR Point No. ToR Point Compliance Reference in Final EIA / EMP Report study period was from East and therefore, two locations were selected in downwind direction. Details of the same have been incorporated in this EIA/EMP Report. Detailed AAQM tables have been enclosed as Annexure 4 Annexure 4 along with this EIA/EMP Report. 31. The suspended particulate matter present in the ambient air must be analyzed for the presence of polyaromatic hydrocarbons (PAR), i.e. Benzene soluble fraction. Chemical characterization of RSPM and incorporating of RSPM data. 32. Determination of atmospheric inversion level at the project site and assessment of ground level concentration of pollutants from the stack emission based on sitespecific meteorological features. 33. Air quality modeling for all the plants proposed including mine for specific pollutants needs to be done. APCS for the control of emissions within 50 mg/nm 3 should be included. Cumulative impacts of cement plant, Captive Power Plant and mines located at a distance of 2.0 km on the ambient air quality shall be assessed. 34. Action plan to follow National Ambient Air Quality Emission Standards issued by the Ministry vide G.S.R. No. 826(E) dated 16 th November, 2009 should be included. 35. Ambient air quality monitoring modelling along with cumulative impact should be included for the day (24 hrs) for maximum GLC along with following: Particulate matter found in the ambient air was analyzed for the presence of PAH for all the AAQM stations and it was found below detection limit (1.0 µg/m 3 ). Details regarding chemical characterization of RSPM have been incorporated in this EIA/EMP Report. The incremental ground level concentration of pollutants from the stack emissions based on sitespecific meteorological features has been predicted via computation done through mathematical modeling. Details of the same have been incorporated in this EIA/EMP Report. Air quality modeling for proposed cement plant and captive power plant for specific pollutants has been done. Cumulative impacts of cement plant and captive power plant has also been assessed. Details of the same have been incorporated in this EIA/EMP Report. Mine is not included in the proposed project proposal. APCE for the control of emissions from all the sources have also been incorporated in this EIA/EMP Report. Action plan to follow National Ambient Air Quality Emission Standards issued by the Ministry vide G.S.R. No. 826(E) dated 16 th November, 2009 has been incorporated in this EIA/EMP Report. Ambient air quality modelling has been done to predict the maximum GLC due to the proposed project. Chapter III, Section 3.8.3, Page no. 68 Chapter IV, Section , Page no Chapter IV, Section , Page no Chapter X, Table 10.1, Page no. 190 Chapter VI, Table 6.2, Page no. 121 Chapter IV, Section , Page no M/s. Petnikota Cement Works 12 JM EnviroNet Pvt. Ltd.
27 Proposed Greenfield Integrated Cement Project Clinker (4.0 MTPA), Cement (6.0 MTPA), Captive Power Plant (60 MW) and WHRB (15 MW) ToR Compliance ToR Point No. ToR Point Compliance Reference in Final EIA / EMP Report i) Emissions (g/second) with and without the air pollution control measures ii) Meteorological inputs (wind speed, m/s), wind direction, ambient air temperature, cloud cover, relative humidity & mixing height) on hourly basis iii) Model input options for terrain, plume rise, deposition etc. iv) Printout of model input and output on hourly and daily average basis v) A graph of daily averaged concentration (MGLC scenario) with downwind distance at every 500 m interval covering the exact location of GLC. vi) Details of air pollution control methods used with percentage efficiency that are used for emission rate estimation with respect to each pollutant vii) Applicable air quality standards as per LULC covered in the study area and % contribution of the proposed plant to the applicable Air quality standard. In case of expansion project, the contribution should be inclusive of both existing and expanded capacity. viii) No. kw are to be repeated for fugitive emissions and any other source type relevant and used for industry ix) Graphs of monthly average daily concentration with downwind distance x) Specify when and where the ambient air quality standards are exceeded either due to the proposed plant alone or when the plant contribution is added to the background air quality. xi) Fugitive dust protection or dust reduction technology for workers within 30 m of the plant active areas. Details of the same including all the model input data have been incorporated in this EIA/EMP Report. M/s. Petnikota Cement Works 13 JM EnviroNet Pvt. Ltd.
28 Proposed Greenfield Integrated Cement Project Clinker (4.0 MTPA), Cement (6.0 MTPA), Captive Power Plant (60 MW) and WHRB (15 MW) ToR Compliance ToR Point No. ToR Point Compliance Reference in Final EIA / EMP Report 36. Impact of the transport of the raw materials and end products on the surrounding environment should be assessed and provided. 37. One season data for gaseous emissions other than monsoon season is necessary. 38. Presence of aquifer(s) within 1 km of the project boundaries and management plan for recharging the aquifer should be included. 39. Source of surface/ground water level, site (GPS), cation, anion (Ion Chromatograph), metal trace element (as above) chemical analysis for water to be used. If surface water is used from river, rainfall, discharge rate, quantity, drainage and distance from project site should also be included. 40. Ground water analysis with bore well data, lithologs, drawdown and recovery tests to quantify the area and volume of aquifer and its management. 41. Ground water modeling showing the pathways of the pollutants should be included. Impact of the transport of the raw materials and end products on the surrounding environment has been assessed and it is concluded that surrounding environment will not be effected due to the transportation of materials for the proposed project as proper mitigation measures will be adopted. All the vehicles used for the transportation of raw material and finished product including trucks will be maintained regularly and checked for pollution under Control. Internal and nearby road will be maintained to facilitate transportation. Details of the same have been incorporated in this EIA/EMP Report. Gaseous emissions data for Winter Season (Dec., 2014 to Feb., 2015) have been incorporated in this EIA/EMP Report. Details reg. aquifer(s) within 1 km of the plant boundary and its management plan has been given in Hydrogeological Study Report incorporated in this EIA/EMP Report. Source of Water for proposed project will be Ground Water and Mine Sump Water (after development of pits). Chemical analysis of ground water samples has been incorporated in this EIA/EMP Report. Ground water analysis with bore well data, lithologs, drawdown and recovery tests to quantify the area and volume of aquifer and its management have been carried out and the same has been given in Hydrogeological Study Report incorporated in this EIA/EMP Report. The analysis of the quality of the ground water was done and it was found that there are no pollutants in the ground water. Simultaneously, there will be zero effluent discharge from the proposed project activity. Chapter IV, Section , Page no. 109 Chapter III, Table 3.8, Page no. 64 Chapter VII, Section 7.3.8, Page no. 141 Chapter III, Section , Page no. 72 Chapter VII, Section 7.3, Page no. 135 M/s. Petnikota Cement Works 14 JM EnviroNet Pvt. Ltd.
29 Proposed Greenfield Integrated Cement Project Clinker (4.0 MTPA), Cement (6.0 MTPA), Captive Power Plant (60 MW) and WHRB (15 MW) ToR Compliance ToR Point No. ToR Point Compliance Reference in Final EIA / EMP Report 42. Column leachate study for all types of stockpiles or waste disposal sites, at 20 C 50 C should be conducted and included. 43. Action plan for rainwater harvesting measures at plant site should be submitted to harvest rainwater from the roof tops and storm water drains to recharge the ground water and also to use for the various activities at the project site to conserve fresh water and reduce the water requirement from other sources. Rain water harvesting and groundwater recharge structures may also be constructed outside the plant premises in consultation with local Gram Panchayat and Village Heads to augment the ground water level. Incorporation of water harvesting plan for the project is necessary, if source of water is bore well. 44. Permission for the drawl of water from the concerned authority and water balance data including quantity of effluent generated, recycled and reused and discharged is to be provided. Methods adopted/to be adopted for the water conservation should be included. Stockpiles for Limestone and coal storage will be present in the plant premises. Apart from these, there will be no stockpile as all the raw material and products will be stored in proper storage facilities as per the CPCB guidelines or waste disposal site as no solid waste will be generated in cement manufacturing process; dust collected from air pollution control equipments will be totally recycled in the process; sludge generated from STP will be used as manure for green belt development/plantation; used oil will be sold to authorized recycler. Since, no leachate will be generated from the limestone and coal stockpiles as well as from the plant activity; thus, column leachate study is not required for the project activity. Action plan for rainwater harvesting measures at project site has been prepared to harvest rainwater from the roof tops and storm water drains to recharge the ground water and also to use for the various activities at the project site to conserve fresh water and reduce the water requirement from other sources. Details of the same have been incorporated in this EIA/EMP Report. Application for obtaining permission for withdrawal of Ground water has been submitted to Commissioner Rural development, Andhra Pradesh (as per Andhra Pradesh Water, Land and Trees Act, 2002) and the same is under process. No effluent will be generated from the plant operation and zero discharge will be maintained. Chapter VII, Section , Page no. 153 M/s. Petnikota Cement Works 15 JM EnviroNet Pvt. Ltd.
30 Proposed Greenfield Integrated Cement Project Clinker (4.0 MTPA), Cement (6.0 MTPA), Captive Power Plant (60 MW) and WHRB (15 MW) ToR Compliance ToR Point No. ToR Point Compliance Reference in Final EIA / EMP Report Water Balance data including the recycled Chapter II, Figure and reused water has been incorporated in 2.2, Page no. 31 this EIA/EMP Report. Methods to be adopted for the water conservation have also been incorporated in this EIA/EMP Report. Chapter X, Section , Page no A note on the impact of drawl of water on the nearby River during lean season. 46. Surface water quality of nearby River (60 m upstream and downstream) and other surface drains at eight locations must be ascertained. 47. If the site is within 10 km radius of any major river, Flood Hazard Zonation Mapping is required at 1:5000 to 1;10,000 scale indicating the peak and lean river discharge as well as flood occurrence frequency. 48. A note on treatment of wastewater from different plants, recycle and reuse for different purposes should be included. Not applicable, as the source of water for the proposed project will be Ground Water and Mine Sump Water (after development of pits). No surface water body was present in the 10 km radius of the proposed project site; hence, surface water sampling was not done. The proposed project site does not falls within 10 km radius of any major river. As per the Vulnerability Atlas 2 nd Addition; Peer Group, MoH & UPA; based on digitized data of SOI, GOI; Flood Atlas, Task Force Report, C.W.C., GOI the plant site does not fall under area liable to flood. Details reg. the same have been given in this EIA/EMP Report. No industrial waste water will be generated from the proposed project as the proposed cement plant will be based on the dry process. In Cement Plant process, water will be partially absorbed in the process or will be subjected to evaporation, hence, no wastewater generation. The waste water generated from the captive power plant will be treated in neutralization pit and the treated water will be utilized for dust suppression. Domestic waste water generated from plant and colony will be treated in STP and treated water will be used for greenbelt development and dust suppression. Chapter III, Section 3.5.2, Page no. 58 M/s. Petnikota Cement Works 16 JM EnviroNet Pvt. Ltd.
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