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1 M/s. Anjaniya Industries Plot No. 37/A, AKVNL, Industrial Area, Meghnagar, Dist: Jhabua, Madhya Pradesh. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESMENT REPORT FOR PROPOSED SPECIALTY CHEMICAL PLANT AT MEGHNAGAR, MADHYA PRADESH March, 2014 to May, 2014

2 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT CLIENT : M/S. ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES PLOT NO. 37/A, AKVNL, INDUSTRIAL AREA, MEGHNAGAR, DIST: JHABUA, MADHYA PRADESH PROJECT TITLE : ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESMENT REPORT FOR PROPOSED SPECIALTY CHEMICALS PLANT AT MEGHNAGAR, MADHYA PRADESH PROJECT NO. : Prepared By: NABL Accredited Testing Laboratory ISO 9001:2008 Certified Company Aqua-Air Environmental Engineers P. Ltd. 403, Centre Point, Nr. Kadiwala School, Ring Road, Surat

3 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT INDEX SR. NO. TITLE PAGE NO. LIST OF TABLES 7 LIST OF FIGURES 9 COPY OF TOR LETTER 12 TOR COMPLIANCE 19 1 CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND PROMOTERS AND THEIR BACK GROUND PROJECT DETAILS REGULATORY FRAMEWORK SALIENT FEATURES OF THE PROJECT & INFRASTRUCTURE 1-10 FACILITIES 1.6 JUSTIFICATION OF THE PROJECT LOCATION DISTANCE OF NEAREST KEY INFRASTRUCTURE FEATURES FROM 1-12 PROJECT SITE 1.7 SCOPE & OBJECTIVES OF THE EIA STUDY EIA CYCLE AND PROCEDURES BASELINE CONDITION IDENTIFICATIONS OF POLLUTION SOURCE EVALUATION OF POLLUTION CONTROL & ENVIRONMENTAL 1-16 MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS EVALUATION OF IMPACT PREPARATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN RISK ASSESSMENT AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE OF EIA REPORT CHAPTER 2: PROJECT DESCRIPTION Page 1

4 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 2.1 GENERAL LIST OF PRODUCTS ALONG WITH PRODUCTION CAPACITY MANUFACTURING ACTIVITIES RAW MATERIAL CONSUMPTION, STORAGE AND HANDLING WATER AND WASTEWATER ETP DETAILS AIR POLLUTION AND CONTROL SYSTEM NOISE LEVEL AND CONTROL SYSTEM HAZARDOUS WASTE GENERATIONS AND DISPOSAL SYSTEM ELECTRICITY REQUIREMENT AND FUEL REQUIREMENT DETAILS OF GREENBELT CHAPTER 3: BASELINE ENVIRONMENTAL STATUS 3.1 ESTABLISHMENT OF IMPACT ZONE METEOROLOGY MICRO-METEOROLOGY OF THE AREA TEMPERATURE DETAILS RELATIVE HUMIDITY RAINFALL WIND SPEED AIR ENVIRONMENT DESIGN OF NETWORK FOR AMBIENT AIR QUALITY MONITORING 3-11 LOCATIONS RECONNAISSANCE METHODOLOGY FOR AMBIENT AIR QUALITY MONITORING NOISE ENVIRONMENT RECONNAISSANCE METHODOLOGY FOR NOISE MONITORING NOISE LEVELS DUE TO TRANSPORTATION WATER ENVIRONMENT 3-23 Page 2

5 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT RECONNAISSANCE METHODOLOGY FOR WATER QUALITY MONITORING LAND ENVIRONMENT METHODOLOGY FOR SOIL MONITORING GEOLOGICAL DATA LAND USE PATTERN BIOLOGICAL ENVIRONMENT FLORA FAUNA SOCIO - ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT SETTLEMENTS AND DEMOGRAPHIC PATTERN LITERACY RATE OCCUPATIONAL STRUCTURE CHAPTER 4: ANTICIPATED ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS & MITIGATION MEASURES 4.1 IDENTIFICATION OF IMPACTS EVALUATION AND PREDICTION OF IMPACT WATER ENVIRONMENT AIR ENVIRONMENT NOISE ENVIRONMENT LAND USE AND SOIL QUALITY HOUSING ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS BIOLOGICAL ENVIRONMENT SOCIO ECONOMIC IMPACT TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATION INFRASTRUCTURE AND SERVICES MATRIX REPRESENTATION CONCLUSION 4-21 Page 3

6 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 5 CHAPTER-5: ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING PLAN 5.1 ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING PLAN POST PROJECT MONITORING PLAN LABORATORY FACILITIES CHAPTER-6: RISK ASSESSMENT & DMP 6.1 BACKGROUND METHODOLOGY STORAGE AND HANDLING OF HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS FACILIES/SYSTEM FOR PROCESS SAFETY, STORAGE, 6-9 TRANSPORTATION, FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM AND EMERGENCY CAPABILITY PROCESS SAFETY FOR UNDERGROUND AND ABOVE STORAGE TANK FARM TRANSPORTATION TRANSPORTATION, UNLOADING AND HANDLING PROCEDURE FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM OCCUPTIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY PROGRAM HAZARD IDENTIFICATION RISK MANAGEMENT RISK ACCEPTANCE QUANTITATIVE RISK ASSESSMENT IDENFICATION OF HAZARDOUS AREA IDENFICATION OF FAILURE CASES FOR HAZARDOUS AREA CONSEQUENCE ANALYSIS DAMAGE CRITERIA MAXIMUM CREDIBLE LOSS ACCIDENT SCENARIOS CONSEQUENCE ANALYSIS CALCULATIONS SOFTWARE USED FOR CALCULATINS 6-28 Page 4

7 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 6.10 SCENARIOS DETAILED SUMMARY OF RESULTS HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TRANSPORTATION SAFETY GUIDELINES RECOMMENDATIONS DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN DEFINING THE NATURE OF EMERGENCY OBSERVER CHIEF EMERGENCY CONTROLLER CHAPTER-7: ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN 7.1 BACKGROUND OBJECTIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT CELL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT PLAN WATER ENVIRONMENT AIR ENVIRONMENT NOISE ENVIRONMENT LAND ENVIRONMENT HEALTH AND SAFETY TOTAL COST OF THE PROJECT ALONGWITH TOTAL CAPITAL COST 7-15 AND RECURRING COST/ANNUM FOR ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION CONTROL MEASURES 7.6 RECYCLING, REUSE AND CLEANER PRODUCTION OPTIONS MEASURES FOR CONSERVATION OF ENERGY SKILLED AND TRAINED MANPOWER SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTAL ACTIVITIES CHAPTER-8: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 8.1 INTRODUCTION TITLE OF THE PROJECT 8-1 Page 5

8 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 8.3 LAND ACQUIRED LAND BREAK-UP COST OF THE PROJECT & CAPITAL AND RECURRING COST 8-2 TOWARDS ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION MEASURES 8.6 LIST OF PRODUCTS ALONG WITH PRODUCTION CAPACITY LIST OF RAW MATERIALS SITE SPECIFIC METEOROLOGICAL DATA AIR ENVIRONMENT WATER ENVIRONMENT NOISE ENVIRONMENT LAND ENVIRONMENT STORAGE DETAILS OF HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS POWER REQUIREMENT GREEN BELT DEVELOPMENT CHAPTER-9: DISCLOSURE OF CONSULTANTS ENGAGED 9-1 LIST OF ANNEXURES A-1 to A-164 Page 6

9 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT TABLE NO. LIST OF TABLES TITLE PAGE NO. 1.1 LIST OF PRODUCTS ALONG WITH PRODUCTION CAPACITY LAND BREAK UP OF THE PLANT DISTANCE OF NEAREST KEY INFRASTRUCTURE FEATURES FROM PROJECT SITE 1.4 STRUCTURE OF EIA REPORT LIST OF RAW MATERIALS WATER CONSUMPTION AND WASTEWATER GENERATION DETAILS OF SOURCE OF EMISSION DETAILS OF HAZARDOUS WASTE & ITS MODE OF DISPOSAL TEMPERATURE DETAILS RELATIVE HUMIDITY RAINFALL DETAILS WIND SPEED SITE SPECIFIC METEOROLOGICAL DATA DETAILS OF AMBIENT AIR QUALITY MONITORING LOCATIONS AMBIENT AIR QUALITY STATUS DETAILS OF AMBIENT NOISE QUALITY MONITORING LOCATIONS BACKGROUND NOISE LEVELS NOISE LEVELS DUE TO TRANSPORTATION SAMPLING LOCATIONS FOR MONITORING SURFACE AND GROUND WATER QUALITY 3.12 WATER QUALITY SAMPLING LOCATIONS: SOIL QUALITY PHYSICO-CHEMICALS CHARACTERISTICS OF SOIL AREAS UNDER DIFFERENT LANDUSE FLORA Page 7

10 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 3.17 FAUNA DEMOGRAPHIC DATA POPULATION DENSITY LITERACY RATE OCCUPATIONAL STRUCTURE DETAILS OF EMISSION FROM STACK SUMMERY OF ISCST3 MODEL OUTPUT FOR PM, SO 2, NO x, HCl& CL PREDICTED AMBIENT AIR QUALITY POTENTIAL IMPACTS & MITIGATIVE MEASURES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT MATRIX PROJECT ENVIRONMENT MONITORING PLAN STORAGE DETAILS Of HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS PROPERTIES OF CHEMICALS POSSIBLE ACCIDENT SCENARIOS 6-31 Page 8

11 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT LIST OF FIGURES FIGURE NO. TITLE PAGE NO. 1.1 LOCATION OF PROJECT SITE LAYOUT OF THE PLANT PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE PROJECT SITE TOPOSHEET OF THE STUDY AREA & SITE LOCATION MAP WIND ROSE DIAGRAM LOCATION OF THE AMBIENT AIR QUALITY MONITORING STATIONS LOCATION OF NOISE LEVEL MONITORING STATIONS LOCATIONS OF WATER SAMPLING STATIONS LOCATIONS OF SOIL SAMPLING STATIONS GEOLOGICAL MAP LANDUSE / LANDCOVER DETAILS OF POPULATION DENSITY AND SEX RATIO LITERACY RATE ISOPLETHS OF SPM ISOPLETHS OF SO ISOPLETHS OF NO X ISOPLETHS OF HCL ISOPLETHS OF CL QRA METHODLOGY ALARP PRINCIPLE LOCATION OF THE PROJECT SITE LAYOUT OF THE PLANT ORGANOGRAM OF ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT CELL 7-3 Page 9

12 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT ABBREVIATIONS µg/m 3 o C BG BOD CO COD CPCB CREP DMP ECC EIA EMP EPA Fe FRP g/kg GDP GI Gm/cm 3 GPCB HC Kg/y KL KL/d Km Km/hr KW l/yr m m/s mg/l mg/nm 3 MoEF Mt Mt/m Mt/y MW NAAQS NABET NABL NOx OH&S ppm Micro gram per meter cube Degree centigrade Bank Guarantee Bio-chemical Oxygen Demand Carbon Monoxide Chemical Oxygen Demand Central Pollution Control Board Corporate Responsibility for Environmental Protection Disaster Management Plan Emergency Control Center Environment Impact Assessment Environment Management Plan Environment Protection Act Iron First response Procedure Gram per Kilogram Gross Domestic Product Galvanized Iron Gram per centimeter cube Gujarat Pollution Control Board Hydro Carbon Kilogram per Year Kilo Liter Kilo liter per day Kilometer Kilometer per hour Kilo Watt Liter per year meter Meter per Second Milli gram per Litre Milli gram per Normal Meter Cube Ministry of Environment and Forests Metric Ton Metric Ton per Month Metric Ton per Year Mega Watt National Ambient Air Quality Standards National Accreditation Board for Education & Training National Accreditation Board for Testing & Calibration Laboratories Oxides of Nitrogen Occupational Health and Safety Parts per million Page 10

13 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT QCI Quality Council of India REIA Rapid Environment Impact Assessment RSPM Respirable Suspended Particulate Matter (PM 10 ) SEAC State Expert Appraisal Committee SEIAA State Environment Impact Assessment Authority SO 2 Sulphur Dioxide SPM Suspended Particulate Matter TDS Total Dissolved Solids TOR Terms of Reference VM Volatile Matter VOC Volatile Organic Compounds Page 11

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21 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT COMPLIANCE OF TERMS OF REFERENCES SR. NO. TERMS OF REFERENCES 1 Executive summary of the project along with justification for the project 2 Photographs of the proposed & existing (if applicable) plant site 3 A line diagram/flow sheet for the process & EMP COMPLIENCE Executive summary of the project is referred as Chapter 8 in EIA Report. Photographs of Plant site is referred as Figure-1.3, Section-1.3, Chapter-1 in EIA Report (Page No. 1-7 to 1-8). A line diagram flow sheet for the process is referred as Section 2.3, Chapter-2 in EIA Report (Page No. 2-2 to 2-3). 4 In case of existing project seeking expansion, (i)a certified copy of the Monitoring Report of the regional Office of the Ministry of Environment & Forest as per circular dated 30 th May,2012,on the status of compliance of the condition stipulated in the environment clearance and (ii)status of compliance of Consent to operate for the ongoing existing operation of the project from SPCB, which shall include data on AAQ, water quality, solid waste, etc. shall be submitted 5 A toposheet of the study area & site location map on india map of 1:10, 00,000 scale followed by 1:50,000/1:25,000 scale on an A3/A2 sheet of the circle of a radius of 10 kms on A3/A2 sheet with proper longitude/latitude/heights with minimum 100/200m contour shall be included. A 3-D view i.e. DEM (Digital Elevation Model) of the area in 10 km radius from the proposed site. MRL details of the project site & RL of the near by sources of water shall be indicated A line diagram flow sheet for the EMP is referred as Section 7.3, Figure -7.1, Chapter- 7 in EIA Report (Page No.7-3). Not Appicable A Toposheet of the study area & site location map is referred as Section 1.6, Figure 1.4, Chapter-1 in EIA Report (Page No.1-13). Page 19

22 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 6 High resolution of satellite image data having 1m-5m spatial resolution like quickbird, Ikonos IRS P6 pan sharpened etc for the 10 km area from the proposed site. The same shell be used for land use/land cover mapping of the area. Present land use agricultural land, forest land, waste land, water bodies etc shall be prepared based on satellite imagery 7 Topography of the area shall be given clearly indicating whether the site required any filling. If so details of filling quantity of fill material required, its sources, transportation etc. shall be given. In case site located on the hilly terrain a 3-D view of vis-à-vis major land use feacture & location such as Critically Polluted area found within the study area indicating shortest distance from the site shall be provided 8 Map showing location of Eco Sensitive area such as National parks/wildlife Sanctuary/Reserve Forest within 10km radius shall specially be mentioned. A map showing land use/land cover, reserved forest, wildlife sanctuaries, national parks, tiger reserve etc in 10 km of the project site and shortest(aerial) distance from critically/severely polluted area(s) and eco sensitive areas. 9 Project site lay out plant to scale using to Auto Cad of the project site showing plant details, row materials, fly ash & other storage plans, ash pond, bore well, aquifers (within 1km), dumping, waste disposal, green belt, water bodies, river/drainage passing through /near the project site shall be included 10 Coordinates of the plant site with topo sheet Coordinates shall also be included Satellite Image is referred as Section 1.3, Figure 1.1, Chapter-1 in EIA Report (Page No.1-4). Land Use/Land Cover is referred as Section 3.9, Figure 3.7, Chapter-3 in EIA Report (Page No to 3-40). Project Site is flat land, therefore no require for any filling. No critically polluted area is found within the study area. There is no any National Park/Wild life sanctuary/reserve Forest within 10 km radius of the project. Plant Layout is referred as Section 1.3, Figure-1.2, Chapter-1 in EIA Report (Page No. 1-6). Toposheet of the study area is referred as Section 1.6, Figure-1.4, Chapter-1 in EIA Report (Page No. 1-13). 11 Details & classification of the total land Total Land Classification is referred as Page 20

23 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT (identified and acquired) shall be included 12 A copy of mutual agreement for land acquisition singed with land oustees 13 Proposal shall be submitted to the Ministry for environment clearance only after acquiring total land. Necessary documents indicating acquisition of land shall be included 14 Permission & approval for land use of Forest land (forestry clearance), If any, & recommendation of the state Forest Department, In case the project involves the forestland 15 If the project falls within 10 km of an ecosensitive area, present status/approval from the Standing committee on Wildlife of the NBWL shall be furnished 16 Rehabilitation & Resettlement shall be as per the R & R Policy of the State Govt. & a details action plan shall be included 17 A list of major industries with name & type within study area (10 km radius) shall be incorporated 18 List of raw materials required, analysis of all the raw materials & sources along with mode of transportation shall be included. All the trucks for raw material & finished products transportation must be Environmentally Compliant 19 Action Plan for excavation & muck disposal during construction phase 20 Studies for fly ash, musk, slurry, sludge material disposal & solid waste generated from the plant operation & processes & environmental control measures. If raw material used have trace element, an environment management plan shall also be included Section-1.3, Table-1.2, Chapter-1 in EIA Report (Page No. 1-3). For land possession documents, please refer Annexure 6. For land possession documents, please refer Annexure 6. Project does not involve any forestland. The proposed project is to be identically located in Notified Area. The proposed project does not fall within 10 km of eco sensitive area. Proposed project is to be identically located in Notified Area. The proposed project is to be identically located in Notified Area. Please Refer Section-1.6, Table No. 1.3, Chapter-1 in EIA Report (Page No. 1-12). List of raw material required is referred as Section 2.4, Table 2.1, Chapter-2 in EIA Report (Page No. 2-4). Generated excavated soil will be refilled at project site. EMP is referred as Chapter-7 in EIA Report. 21 Manufacturing process details shall be Manufacturing process is referred as Page 21

24 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT included 22 Mass balance for the raw material & product shall be included 23 Energy balance data for all the components of steel plant including proposed power plant shall be incorporated 24 One season site specific micro meteorological data using temperature, relative humidity, hourly wind speed & direction and rainfall and AAQ data shall be collected. The monitoring station shall taken into account the pre dominant wind direction, populated zone & sensitive receptors including reserved forest 25 One season data for gaseous emission other than monsoon season is necessary 26 Ambient Air Quality monitoring at 8 location within the study area of 10 km, aerial coverage from the project site with one AAQMS in downwind direction shall be carried out 27 Suspended Particulates Matter present in the ambient air must be analysis for source analysis natural dust / generated dust from plant operation (for e.g. Cement Dust)/ fly ash/etc. The SPM shall also be analysis for present for poly aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH), i.e. Benzene Soluble Fraction, where Section-2.3, Chapter-2 in EIA Report (Page No. 2-2 to 2-3). Mass balance is referred as Section-2.3, Chapter-2 in EIA Report (Page No. 2-2 to 2-3). Not applicable One season site-specific micrometeorological data using temperature, relative humidity, hourly wind speed and direction and rainfall is referred as Section 3.3, Chapter-3 in EIA Report (Page No. 3-3 to 3-8). AAQ data for PM 10, PM 2.5, SO 2, NOx including VOCs is collected during March, 2014 to May, 2014 (Page No. 3-15). Two Locations in downwind direction and two locations in pre-dominant direction. Ambient Air Quality Monitoring Locations is referred as Section 3.4.3, Table 3.6, Chapter- 3 in EIA Report (Page No. 3-13). One season data for gaseous emissions is referred as Section 3.4, Table 3.7, Chapter-3 in EIA Report (Page No to 3-17). Ambient air quality monitoring at 8 locations within the study area of 10 km is referred as Section 3.4, Table 3.6, Chapter-3 in EIA Report (Page No. 3-13). Village Meghnagar is in pre-dominant and Village Gadwada is in downwind direction. Please refer Section 4.2.2, Table 4.2, Chapter-4 in EIA Report (Page No. 4-11). Page 22

25 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT applicable. Chemical characterization of RSPM. 28 Determination of atmospheric inversion level at the project site & assessment of ground level concentration of pollutant from the stack emission based on site specific meteorological features. In case the project is located on a hilly terrain/elevation, the AQIP Modelling shall be done using inputs of the specific terrain characteristics of the project for determining the potential impact of the project on the AAQ. 29 Action plan to implement National Ambient Air Quality Emission Standards issued by the Ministry vide G.S.R. No. 826(E) dated 15 th November, 2009 shall be included 30 Ambient Air Quality modeling along with cumulative impact shall be included for the day (24 hrs.) for maximum GLC along with follows: I. Emission (g/second) with & without the air pollution control measure II. Meteorological inputs (Wind speed, m/s), wind direction, ambient air temperature, relative humidity, mixing height on hourly basis III. Model inputs options for terrain, plume rise, deposition etc. IV. Print-out of model input & output on hourly basis V. A graph of daily averaged concentration with downwind distance at every 500m interval covering the exact location of GLC Atmospheric inversion level at the project site and assessment of ground level concentration of pollutants from the stack emission based on site-specific meteorological features is referred as Section No , Chapter-4 in EIA Report (Page No. 4-3 to 4-11). Action plan to implement National Ambient Air Quality Emission Standards issued by the Ministry vide G.S.R. No. 826(E) dated 15 th November, 2009 is referred as Section 7.4.2, Chapter-7 in EIA Report (Page No. 7-5). Please refer chapter-4 in EIA Report. i) Emissions (g/s) with and without the air pollution control measures is referred as Section , Table-4.1, Chapter-4 in EIA Report (Page No.4-5). ii) Meteorological inputs are referred as Annexure -7. iii) Model input options are Section , Table-4.1, Chapter-4 in EIA Report (Page No.4-5). iv) Print-out of model input and output is referred as Section , Chapter-4 in EIA Report (Page No.4-5 to 4-10). v) A graph of daily averaged concentration (MGLC scenario) with downwind distance at every 500 m is Page 23

26 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT VI. Details of air Pollution control methods used with percentage efficiency that are used for emission rate estimated with respect to each pollutant VII. Applicable Air quality standard as per the LULC covered in the study area & % contribution of the proposed plant to the applicable air quality standard VIII. No. I-VII are to be repeated for fugitive emission & any other source type relevant & used for industry IX. Graphs of monthly average daily concentration with down wind standards X. Specify when & where the ambient air quality standard are exceeds either due to propose 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 30m of plant active area referred as Figure-4.1, Section , Chapter-4 in EIA Report (Page No. 4-5 to 4-10). vi) Air pollution control methods used with percentage efficiency is referred as Table-4.1, Section , Chapter- 4 in EIA Report (Page No.4-5). vii) After proposed expansion, ambient air quality is given in Section , Table 4.2, Chapter-4 in EIA Report (Page No. 4-11). viii) No. ix) Graphs of monthly average daily concentration with down-wind distance is referred as Section 3.3, Figure 3.1, Chapter-3 in EIA Report (Page No. 3-8 to 3-10). x) Ambient Air quality standard will not go exceed. xi) Bag Filter will be installed in plant premises. 31 A plan for the utilization of waste/flue (if applicable) gases for generating power shall be presented 32 Impact of the transport of the raw material & end products on the surrounding environments shall be assessed & provided. The alternate method of raw material & end products transportation shall be studied and details included Not Applicable The raw materials are procured from nearest sources as much as possible from Indian market. The raw materials are received in tanks, HDPE/fibre drums, HMHDPE Carboys and cylinders as well as through tankers and stored at ambient temperature. All the storage drums/tanks of hazardous Page 24

27 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT flammable substances are located within premises in separate storage area i.e. solvent farm area at ambient temperature. Solvent shall be stored in drums with all precautionary process instrumentation and safety appliances. Large area shall be covered by well-designed warehouse, which is containing store office, raw material store, finished product store, etc. Transportation of all the raw material and products are primarily by road only. 33 An action plan to control & monitor secondary fugitive emission from all the sources as per the latest permissible limits issued by the Ministry vide G.S.R. 414(E) dated 30 th May, Presence of aquifer within 1 km of the project boundary & management plan for recharging the aquifer shall be included 35 If the site is within 1 km of any major river, Flood Hazard Zonation Mapping is required at 1:5000 to 1:10000 scale indicating the peak & lean discharge as well as flood occurrence frequency 36 Details of water requirememt, water balance chart for new unit or for existing unit as well as proposed expansion (If Expansion). Measures for conservation water by recycling & reuse to minimize the fresh water requirement 37 Source of water supply & permission of withdrawal of water from competent 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, 2008 is referred as Section 7.4.2, Chapter-7 in EIA Report (Page no. 7-6). There is no any aquifer within 1 km of the project boundary. The proposed project is to be located in Notified area. Distance from the River is referred as Table- 1.3, Section-1.6, Chapter-1 in EIA Report (Page No. 1-12). Water requirement, water balance chart referred as Section 2.5, Chapter-2 in EIA Report (Page No. 2-5). Measures for conservation water by recycling and reuse to minimize the fresh water requirement is referred as Section 7.6, Chapter-7 in EIA Report (Page No. 7-15). Industrial Estate Water Supply Authority. Page 25

28 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT authority 38 Water balance data including quantity of effluent generated, recycled & reused & discharged is to be provided. Methods adopted/to be adopted for the water conservation shall be included. Zero discharge effluent concept to be adopted Water balance is referred as Section-2.5, Table-2.2, Chapter-2 in EIA Report (Page No. 2-5). No waste water will be generated during Boiler, Cooling Tower, APCE process. 39 Source of surface/ground water level, site (GPS), cation, anion, metal trace element chemical analysis for water to be used. If surface water is used form river, rainfall, discharge rate, quantity, drainage & distance from project site shall also be included. Information regarding surface hydrology & water regime shall be included 40 Ground water analysis with bore well data, litho-logs, drawdown & recovery test to quantify the area & volume of aquifer & its management 41 Ground water monitoring minimum at 8 location & near solid waste dump zone, geological features & geohydrological status of the study area essential as also. Ecologocal status (Terrestrial and Aquatic) is vital. No surface/ground water will be used as Source of Water. Ground water analysis is referred as Section 3.6, Table No. 3.12, Chapter-3 in EIA Report (Page No to 3-28). Company is carried out ground water monitoring at 8 Location is referred as Section 3.6, Chapter-3 in EIA Report (Page No to 3-28). There is no solid waste dump zone in 10 Km radius from project site. 42 Ground water modeling showing the pathway of pollutant shall be included 43 Action plan for rainwater harvesting measures at plant site shall be submitted to harvest rainwater from the roof top & storm water drains to recharge to ground water & also to use for the various activities at the project site to conserve fresh water & reduce the water requirement from other sources. Geological Features & Geohydrology are referred as Section 3.8, Chapter-3 in EIA Report (Page No.3-33). Ground water modeling is referred as Section 3.6, Chapter-3 in EIA Report (Page No to 3-28). Rainwater harvesting system is referred as Section 7.4.1, Chapter-7 in EIA Report (Page No. 7-4 to 7-5). Page 26

29 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT Rain water harvesting & groundwater recharge structure may also be constructed outside the plant premises in consultation with local Gram Panchayat & village head to augment the ground water level. Incorporation of water harvesting plant for the project is necessary, if source of water is borewell 44 A note on the impact of drawl of water on the nearby river particularly during lean season. Permission of competent authority for withdrawl of river/groundwater 45 Surface water quality of nearby river (60m upstream & downstream) and other surface drain at 8 location to be provided in and around the project site 46 A note of treatment of wastewater from different plant, recycles, and reuse for different purpose shall be included. Complete scheme of effluent treatment. Characteristics of untreated & treated effluent to meet the prescribed standards 47 Provision of traps & treatment plant are to be mad, if water is getting mixed with oil, grease & cleaning agents 48 If the water is mixed with solid particulates, proposal for sediment pond before further treatment shall be included. The sediment pond capacity shall be 100 times the transport capacity 49 Wastewater characteristics (heavy metal, anions & cations, trace metal, PAH) from any other sources shall be included 50 The pathway for pollution via seepage, evaporation, residual remains are to be studied for surface water, sub surface & ground water with a monitoring & management plans 51 Action plan for solid/hazardous waste generation, storage, utilization & disposal No river/ground water will be withdrawled. Surface water quality is referred as Section 3.6, Table No Chapter-3 in EIA Report (Page No to 3-28). Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Surface and Ground water monitoring is referred as Section 3.6, Chapter-3 in EIA Report (Page No to 3-28). Action plan for solid/hazardous waste generation, storage, utilization and disposal Page 27

30 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT from all the sources and fly ash. EMP shall include the concept of waste minimization, recycle/reuse/recover technique, energy conservation & natural resource conservation 52 Details of evacuation of ash, details regarding ash pond impermeability & whether it would be lined, if so details of the lining etc. Need to be addressed. Copies of MOU regarding utilization of ash shall also be included 53 End use of solid waste & its composition shall be covered. Toxic metal content in the waste material & its composition shall also be incorporated 54 All stack piles will have to be on top of a stable liner to avoid leaching of materials to ground water 55 Action plan for the green belt development plan in 33 % area i.e. land with not less than 1,500 trees per ha. Giving details boundary & a scheme for greening of the roads used for the project shall also be incorporated. All rooftops/terraces shall have some green cover 56 Details description on flora & fauna (terrestrial and aquatic) exists in the study area shall be given with special reference to rare, endemic & endangered species. If Schedule-I fauna are found within the study area, a wildlife Conservation plan shall be prepared & furnished 57 Risk Assessment & disaster (Emergency) Preparedness & Management Plan including damage control needs to be addressed & included 58 Occupational Health: a. Details of existing Occupational & safety hazards. What are the exposure levels of above mentioned hazard & whether they are within from all the sources is referred as Section 2.8, Chapter-2 in EIA Report (Page No. 2-8). EMP is referred as Chapter-7. Not Applicable End use of solid waste and its composition is referred as Section , Chapter-7 in EIA Report (Page No to 7-11). Not Applicable The main objective of the green belt is to provide a barrier between the plant and surroundings areas. M/s. Anjaniya Industries has developed green belt within factory premises. Total 1500 sq. meter land area is available at site; out of this area about 295 sq. meter (20 %) area is covered as greenbelt and other forms of greenery. Flora is referred as Section 3.10, Table No. 3.16, Chapter-3 in EIA Report (Page No. 3-41) and Fauna is referred as Section 3.10, Table No. 3.17, Chapter-3 in EIA Report (Page No. 3-45). Risk Assessment and Disaster management plan is referred as Chapter-6 in EIA Report. a. Please Refer section-6.4.6, Chapter- 6, in EIA Report (Page No to 6-19). Page 28

31 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT Permissible Exposure Level (PEL). If they are not within the PEL, what measures the company has adopted to keep them within PEL so that health of the workers can be preserved b. Detail of exposure specific health status evaluation of worker. If worker s health is being evaluated by predesigned format, chest X rays, Audiometry, Spirometry, Vision testing (Far & Near vision, colour vision and any other ocular defect) ECG, during pre placement and periodical examinations give the details of the same. Details regarding last month analyzed data of abovementioned parameters as per age, sex, duration of exposure and department wise. c. Annual report of health status of workers with special reference to Occupational Health and Safety. d. Action plan for the implementation of OHS standards as per OSHAS/USEPA. e. Plan and fund allocation to ensure the occupational health & safety of all contract and sub-contract workers. b. Please Refer section-6.4.6, Chapter- 6, in EIA Report (Page No to 6-19). c. Please Refer section-6.4.6, Chapter- 6, in EIA Report (Page No to 6-19). d. Please Refer section-6.4.6, Chapter- 6, in EIA Report (Page No to 6-19). e. Please Refer section-6.4.6, Chapter- 6, in EIA Report (Page No to 6-19). 59 Corporate Environment Policy I. Does the company have a well laid down Environment policy approved by its Board of Directors? If so, it may be detailed in the ELA report. II. Does the Environment Policy prescribe for standard operating process/procedures to bring into focus any infringement/deviation/violation of the environmental or forest For Environment Policy, please refer Annexure 8. For Environment Policy, please refer Annexure 8. Page 29

32 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT norms/conditions? If so, it may be detailed in the EIA. III. Does the hierarchical system or Administrative order of the company to deal with the environmental issues and for ensuring compliance with the environmental clearance conditions? Details of this system may be given. IV. Does the company have system of reporting of non compliances/violations of environmental norms to the board of Directors of the company and /or shareholders at large? This reporting mechanism shall be detailed in the EIA report. 60 Details regarding infrastructure facilities such as sanitation, fuel, restroom etc. To be provided to the labour force during construction as well as to the casual workers including truck drivers during operation phase. 61 Impact of the project on local infrastructure of the area such as road network and whether any additional infrastructure needs to be constructed and the agency responsible for the same with time frame. 62 Environmental management Plan (EMP) to mitigate the adverse impacts due to the project along with item wise cost of its implementation. Total capital cost and recurring cost/annum for environmental pollution control measures shall be included. 63 Plan for the implementation of the recommendations made for the sector in the CREP guidelines must be prepared. 64 At least 5% of the total cost project shall be earmarked for the initial 5 years towards the enterprise social commitment and 2% of retain profit thereafter for life of the project Administrative order of the company to deal with the environmental issues is referred as Section-7.3, Fig-7.1, Chapter-7 in EIA Report (Page No.7-3). Company will develop a system of reporting of non compliance / violation of environmental norms to the Board of Directors of the company and / or shareholders of stack holders. Please Refer Section 6.11, Chapter-6 in EIA Report (Page No. 6-38). Detail regarding Impact of the project on local infrastructure of the area is referred as Section , Chapter-4 in EIA Report (Page No.4-16). Environmental management Plan (EMP) is referred as Chapter-7 in EIA Report. Please refer Annexure 9. Socio-economic development activities are referred as Section-7.9, Chapter-7 in EIA Report (Page No.7-16). Page 30

33 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT towards CSR based on public hearing issues and item-wise details along with time bound action plan shall be included. Socio-economic development activities need to be elaborated upon. 65 A note identification and implementation of carbon credit project shall be included. 66 Any litigation pending against the project and/or any direction/order passed by any court of law against the project, if so, details thereof shall also be included. Has the unit received any notice under the section 5 of environmental (protection) Act, 1986 or relevant sections of Air and Water Acts? If so, details thereof and compliance/atr to the notice(s) and present status of the case. 67 A tabular chart with index for point wise compliance of above TORs. 68 The questionnaire for industry sector (available on MOEF website) shall be submitted while submitting EIA-EMP. 69 TORs prescribed by the Expert Appraisal Committee (industry) shall be considered for preparation of EIA-EMP report for the project in addition to all the relevant information as per the Generic Structure of EIA given in Appendix III and IIIA in the EIA Notification, Where the documents provided are in a language other than English, an English translation shall be provided. The draft EIA- EMP report shall be submitted to the State Pollution Control Board of the concerned State for conduct of conduct of Public Hearing. The SPCB shall conduct the Public Hearing/public consultation, district-wise, as per the provisions of EIA notification, The issues raised in the public hearing and during the consultation process and the commitments made by the project proponent on the same shall be included Not Applicable No any litigation is pending against the project. No any notice under the section 5 of environmental (protection) Act, 1986 or relevant sections of Air and Water Acts. Please refer Index for point wise compliance of TORs. Please refer Annexure 10. EIA report is prepared as per the TORs. TORs letter is referred as Annexure-10 in EIA Report. Executive Summary of English and Gujarati are referred as Chapter-8 in EIA Report. Page 31

34 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT separately in EIA-EMP report in the form of tabular chart with financial budget (capital and revenue) along with time-schedule of implementation for complying with the commitments made. The final EIA report shall be submitted to the Ministry for obtaining environmental clearance. 70 The TORs prescribed shall be valid for a period of two years for submission of the EIA- EMP reports along with` public hearing proceedings (Wherever stipulated). --- Page 32

35 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 1.1 BACKGROUND CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION M/s. Anjaniya Industries is planning to set up a multi-product facility in the state of Madhya Pradesh of basic organic and inorganic chemicals (such as - Chloro Acetyl Chloride, Mono Chloro Acetic Acid) widely used in the Indian Industry for manufacturing of other products in the field of Textiles, Pharmaceuticals, Ceramics and other fields. Anjaniya Industries products will only be of premium quality using State-of- the-art Machinery, vigorous quality control but also of most comparable/competitive in rates. Anjaniya Industries' mission is to commence timely delivery of quality products surpassing customer s satisfactions. Their Endeavour will be to achieve customer delight & continual improvement of their quality management system and continue their research into developing new products related to their field. Anjaniya Industries' vision is to value their customers as the customer has every right as a buyer to evaluate the worthiness & standards of their suppliers. 1.2 PROMOTERS AND THEIR BACK GROUND The company is managed by partners. Name of the partners are given below: Sr. Name No. 1 Mr. Jayant Kumar Singhal S/O Shri Madan Mohan Singhal 2 Mr. Dhirendra Singh Chauhan S/O Late Gopal Singh Chauhan 3 Mr. Bhanubhai Khodabhai Patel S/O Khodabhai Sambhubhai Patel 4 Mr. Sanjay Dinkarrai Parikh S/O Dinkarrai Vallabhdas Parikh Address Near Bank of Baroda, Sai Chouraha, Agral Road, MEGHNAGAR, Dist: JHABUA (MP) Mobile No House No: A-2403, Oberoi Gardens, Thakur Village, Kandawali (East), Mumbai Mobile No House No 2546, Ayodhya Nagar, Link Road, Bharuch (Guj.) Mobile No House No.8, Vasundhara Park Society, Nizampura Road, Baroda (Guj.) Mobile No PAGE 1-1

36 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 1.3 PROJECT DETAILS M/s. Anjaniya Industries will manufacture Chloro Acetyl Chloride and Mono Chloro Acetic Acid at plot no. 37/A, AKVNL, Industrial Area, Meghnagar, Dist: Jhabua, Madhya Pradesh. Total Production Capacity: 250 MT/Month Project Cost: Rs. 2.5 Crore Land Area: 1500 m 2 TABLE 1.1 LIST OF PRODUCTS ALONG WITH PRODUCTION CAPACITY S. No. Products Quantity (MT/Month) 1. Chloro Acetyl Chloride Mono Chloro Acetic Acid 100 Total 250 By Product 1. Hydrochloric Acid (30%) 300 PAGE 1-2

37 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT TABLE 1.2 LAND BREAK-UP OF THE PLANT 1. Processing Area 1.1 Processing Zone (m 2 ) ETP Area (m 2 ) Utility Area (m 2 ) ( ) Total Processing Area (m 2 ) Non Processing Area 2.1 Green belt (m 2 ) Raw material storage area (m 2 ) Finished storage area (m 2 ) Open area (m 2 ) ( ) Total Non Processing Area (m 2 ) Total Land Area Land Total land area in sq. meter Green belt area in sq. meter PAGE 1-3

38 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT FIGURE LOCATION OF THE PROJECT SITE PAGE 1-4

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41 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT FIGURE PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE PROJECT SITE PAGE 1-7

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44 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 1.4 REGULATORY FRAMEWORK As per the Schedule of the EIA Notification, 2006 as amended till date, the proposed project is covered under Project or Activity, 5(f), namely Proposed Specialty Chemical Plant, requires prior Environmental Clearance (EC). They were categorized as Category A project, requiring EC from the Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change, New Delhi prior to June 25, 2014 Notification (located within 10 km from inter-state boundary of Gujarat & MP). Now, they are categorized as Category 'B' project (not located within 5 km from intersate boundary of Gujarat & MP). For the proposed project, the following has been considered: Total Production Capacity: 250 MT/Month Project Cost: Rs. 2.5 Crore Land Area: 1500 sq. meter The plant is in operation for about 330 days per annum The products is used indigenously as well as for export Indigenous raw materials is required for Specialty Chemicals Plant PAGE 1-10

45 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 1.5 SALIENT FEATURES OF THE PROJECT & INFRASTRUCTURE FACILITIES INCLUDING POWER SOURCES Sr. No. Salient Features Details 1 Location of project & Co-ordinates Plot no. 37/A, AKVNL, Industrial Area, Meghnagar, Dist: Jhabua, Madhya Pradesh. 74º E and 22º N 2 Land requirement Plot 1500 sq. meters 3 Status of Land acquisition Land is already acquired. 4 Break-Up of Land-Use of project site Plot 1500 sq. meters 5 Fuel to be used Briquettes: 3 MT/Day (for Boiler) 6 Source of Water The requirement of raw water shall be met through Industrial Estate Water Supply. No ground water shall be used. 7 Total Water Quantity Domestic: 1 KL/Day Industrial: 13.7 KL/Day 8 Quantity of industrial effluent generation and domestic wastewater generation. Domestic: 0.5 KL/Day Industrial: NIL 9 Treatment of effluent Zero Discharge Unit 10 Disposal of treated effluent Zero Discharge Unit 11 Details of process emissions Cyclone Separator with bag filter and Two Stage Scrubber will be installed. 12 Hazardous waste generation Discarded Begs, Containers, Waste Or Spent Oil 13 Disposal of hazardous waste Store, Reused or Sale to MPPCB Approved Scrape Vendor 14 Power requirement & source 75 HP/Hr- MP ELECTRICITY SUPPLY 15 Names & distance of National parks, Wildlife sanctuaries, Biosphere reserves, Heritage sites Rivers, Tanks, There are no National parks, Wildlife sanctuaries, Biosphere reserves; Heritage sites Rivers, Tanks, Reserve Forests etc. Located within 5 Km from the PAGE 1-11

46 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT Reserve Forests etc. Located within 5 Km from the plant boundary: 16 Any litigation/court case pertaining to the project: 17 Total Cost of the Project: Rs (Lakhs) 18 Cost of project earmarked for pollution control measures plant boundary No litigation/court case pertaining to the project Rs. 2.5 Crore Rs. 17 Lakhs 19 Nearest Town Meghnagar City: 2.5 Kms 20 Nearest Railway station Meghnagar: 2.5 kms 21 Nearest Air port Ratlam: 70 kms 1.6 JUSTIFICATION OF THE PROJECT There is a quite considerable gap between supply and demand. Very few players are in the market who can offer continuous supply. The company wants to bridge this gap between demand and supply by setting up new production unit and thereby, making good business. Company's marketing edge comes from its direct and close contact with the customers. Their products are major strength of their customers. Each stage of their product will be monitored /checked for their quality to ensure quality product reaches their customer. They have plan to launch new products every year to satisfy the need of their customers as per the market demand LOCATION M/s. Anjaniya Industries will manufacture Specialty Chemicals (such as- Chloro Acetyl Chloride, Mono Chloro Acetic Acid) to be located at plot no. 37/A, AKVNL, Industrial Area, Meghnagar, Dist: Jhabua, Madhya Pradesh. Latitude and Longitude: 22º North latitude and 74º East longitude PAGE 1-12

47 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT Important places around Meghnagar are: Meghnagar City : To the North The salient features of the site are as under: 1. Minimum distances: a) From City : Meghnagar 2.5 km b) Historical Site : None c) Sanctuaries : None d) Highway : State highway No km DISTANCE OF NEAREST KEY INFRASTRUCTURE FEATURES FROM PROJECT SITE The distance of railways and National and State highways are presented in Table 1.3 below: TABLE 1.3 DISTANCE OF NEAREST KEY INFRASTRUCTURE FEATURES FROM PROJECT SITE Sr. Description Distance in KM No. 1 Meghnagar City 2.5 Km 2 Nearest Town - Meghnagar 2.5 Km 3 Nearest Railway Station - Meghnagar 2.5 Km 4 Nearest Airport - Ratlam 70 Km 5 Nearest River - Anas 2.5 Km 6 State Highway - SH Km 7 Nearest Industry - Krishna Phoschem Ltd. 1.5 Km 8 Nearest Industry Shail Chem Distilate (P) Ltd. 1.4 Km 9 Nearest Industry Mehul Industries 1.2 Km 10 Nearest Industry Bromos Chemicals 1.6 Km 11 National park - Van Vihar 290 Km 12 Critical Polluted Area - Indore 130 Km PAGE 1-13

48 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT FIGURE TOPOSHEET OF THE STUDY AREA & SITE LOCATION MAP PAGE 1-14

49 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 1.7 SCOPE & OBJECTIVES OF THE EIA STUDY The main objectives of the study are 1) To assess the background environmental status 2) To identify potential sources of pollution 3) To predict and evaluate the impact on environment along with pollution control measures taken 4) To prepare a comprehensive Environment Management Plan and Disaster Management Plan 1.8 EIA CYCLE AND PROCEDURES Taking into consideration proposed project activities and guidelines, an area of 5 km radius from the center of the project has been selected and is designated as the study area for the purpose of EIA studies Base Line Condition The samples of ambient air, ground and surface water and soil are collected and analyzed as per the standard methods for establishing the baseline data and to determine the impact of proposed activity on the same Ambient Air Environment The air environment around the plant was studied by setting up eight locations within the study area of 5 km radius from the project site and collection and monitoring the site specific meteorological data, viz. wind speed, wind direction, humidity, rainfall and ambient temperature was carried out. Design of network for ambient air quality monitoring locations is based on guidelines provided by CPCB. The ambient air samples were collected and analyzed for SPM, PM 10, PM 2.5, SO 2, NO X, O 3, Pb, HC, CO, NH 3, C 6 H 6, Benzo (a) Pyrene (BaP), Arsenic (As), Nickel (Ni) & VOCs for identification, prediction, evaluation and assessment of potential impact on ambient air environment. PAGE 1-15

50 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT Ground And Surface Water Environment The water required for domestic and industrial use will be met through Industrial Estate, Meghnagar water supply. Hence, to assess the physico-chemical quality of the water, a number of water samples were collected and analyzed for pollution parameters viz., ph, TDS, Turbidity, BOD 3, COD, Fluorides, Chlorides, Sulphates, Nitrates, Ammonical Nitrogen, Hardness, Alkalinity, Oil & Grease in order to find out the contamination, if any Noise Environment Noise pollution survey was conducted in the study zone. The anticipated noise sources were industrial activities, which are likely to be increased due to proposed activity. Noise levels were also recorded in surrounding villages for evaluating general scenario of the study area. Hourly equivalent sound levels (Leq) were also recorded for calculating Day and Night noise levels in the surrounding villages Soil Environment Soil sampling and analysis was carried out to assess physico-chemical characteristics of the soils and delineate existing cropping pattern, existing land use and topography, within the study area Biological Environment Keeping in view, the importance of biological component of total environment due to the proposed project, biological characterization of terrestrial and aquatic environments, changes in species diversity of flora and fauna in terrestrial as well as aquatic systems were studied for impact analysis due to proposed project activity, if any Socio-economic Environment Demographic and related socio-economic data was collected from census handbook to assess socio-economic status of the study area. Assessment of impact on significant historical, cultural, and archeological sites/places in the area and economic and employment benefit arisen out from the project is given special attention. PAGE 1-16

51 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT Identification of Pollution Source Detailed study of manufacturing process for proposed production scenario is carried out along with input and output of materials, water, and wastewater as well as infrastructure facilities available Evaluation of Pollution Control and Environmental Management System The qualitative and quantitative analysis of various pollution sources as well as evaluation of pollution control system is carried out Evaluation of Impact A comprehensive evaluation of environmental impact with reference to proposed activities is carried out Preparation of Environmental Management Plan A comprehensive Environmental Management Plan has been prepared covering all the aspects of pollution prevention measures, Air and Water Pollution Control measures, Hazardous Waste Management, Environmental Surveillance and Environmental Management Plan. The present report is an EIA conducted during summer season (March, 2014 to May, 2014). The baseline environmental conditions have been established through field monitoring and literature survey RISK ASSESSMENT & DISASTER MANAGEMENT Rapid EIA is for speedier appraisal process. EIA require inclusion/ coverage of all significant environmental impacts and their mitigation. Depending on nature, location and scale of the project, the EIA study shall be conducted with reference to the following TOR described under respective heading. EIA report should contain all of the components considered as TOR. PAGE 1-17

52 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT Hazard identification taking recourse to hazard indices, inventory analysis, dam break probability, Natural Hazard Probability etc. Consequence analysis of failures and accidents resulting in fire, explosion, hazardous releases etc. Assessment of risk on the basis of the necessary evaluations Preparation of an onsite /off site Emergency Plan and Disaster Management Plan PAGE 1-18

53 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 1.9 STRUCTURE OF EIA REPORT The generic structure of the EIA report, as per the guideline provided by MoEF is illustrated in the following tabulated format. TABLE 1.4: STRUCTURE OF EIA REPORT SR.NO. EIA STRUCTURE CONTENTS 1. Introduction Purpose of the report Identification of project & project proponent Brief description of nature, size, location of the project and its importance to the country, region Location details showing general location, specific location, project boundary & project site layout) Scope of the study details of regulatory scoping carried out (As per Terms of Reference) 2. Project Description Condensed description of those aspects of the 3. Baseline Environmental Status 4. Anticipated Environmental Impacts & Mitigation Measures project (based on project feasibility study), likely to cause environmental effects. Description contains the details of the following: Type of project Technology and process description Project description. Description of mitigation measures incorporated into the project to meet environmental standards, Study area, period, components & methodology Establishment of baseline for valued environmental components, as identified in the scope Base maps of all environmental components Details of Investigated Environmental impacts due to project location, possible accidents, project design, project construction, regular operations, final decommissioning or rehabilitation of a completed project PAGE 1-19

54 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 5. Environmental Monitoring Plan 6. Risk Assessment & Disaster Management Plan 7. Environment Management Plan Measures for minimizing and / or offsetting adverse impacts identified Irreversible and Irretrievable commitments of environmental components Assessment of significance of impacts (Criteria for determining significance, Assigning significance) Mitigation measures Technical aspects of environmental monitoring for the effectiveness of mitigation measures (incl. Measurement methodologies, frequency, location, data analysis, reporting schedules, emergency procedures, budget & procurement schedules) Hazard Identification Risk Assessment & control/prevention Measures Disaster Management Description of the administrative aspects of ensuring that mitigation measures are implemented and their effectiveness monitored, after approval of the EIA. The Chapter consist of: o Mitigation measures for impacts o Pollution Prevention Plan o Greenbelt Development Plan o Waste management plan o Environment Management Cell o Budgetary Provisions for EMS 8. Executive Summary Brief description of EIA report 9. Disclosure of Consultants Detail of the EIA Consultants Engaged PAGE 1-20

55 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 2.1 GENERAL CHAPTER 2: PROJECT DESCRIPTION M/s. Anjaniya Industries will manufacture Specialty Chemicals (Chloro Acetyl Chloride, Mono Chloro Acetic Acid) to be located at Plot No. 37/A, AKVNL, Industrial Area, Meghnagar, Dist: Jhabua, Madhya Pradesh. 2.2 LIST OF PRODUCTS ALONG WITH PRODUCTION CAPACITY AND TOTAL COST OF PROJECT SR. No. Products Quantity (MT/Month) 1. Chloro Acetyl Chloride Mono Chloro Acetic Acid 100 Total 250 By - Product 1. Hydrochloric Acid (30%) 300 TOTAL COST OF PROJECT Total costs of the project will Rs. 2.5 Crore. Capital cost of air & water pollution control system and environmental monitoring equipments will be Rs. 17 Lakhs. PAGE 2-1

56 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 2.3 MANUFACTURING ACTIVITIES The activities shall include operation of various utilities. The manufacturing process is described in detail in following sections. MANUFACTURING PROCESS, CHEMICAL REACTION & MASS BALANCE 1. Chloro Acetyl Chloride Manufacturing Process: Mono Chloro Acetic Acid is charged in the reactor and chlorine gas from chlorine tonner is passed into the reactor in the Sulphur mono Chloride. This reaction produces the crude Chloro Acetyl Chloride. The crude Chloro Acetyl Chloride is distilled to get pure Chloro Acetyl Chloride as prodcut.the unreacted mass of distillation is recycled to CAC reaction system. Chemical Reaction: 4ClCH 2 COOH + S 2 CL Cl 2 ---> 4ClCH2COCL + 2 SO HCl Mass Balance: Vapor Loss - 57 Kg MCA kg S 2 Cl kg Chlorine Chlorinator (90 hrs.) Mixture of Gases Kg Water-515 Kg HCl Gas Scrubber Crude CAC Storage Water-250 Kg Caustic Lye - 25 Kg HCl Gas Scrubber HCl 30% Kg Distillation Unreacted Mass - 70 Kg Residue - 3 Kg Chloro Acetyl Chloride Kg PAGE 2-2

57 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 2. Mono Chloro Acetic Acid Manufacturing Process: Charge Acetic Acid in the reactor. Heat the reactor to 100 C through hot water circulation and start chlorination. Acetic acid is converted into Mono chloro Acetic Acid in presence of suitable catalyst. During the process, HCl gas is generated, which is scrubbed through scrubber and dissolved in water to get 30% HCl liquor. After completion of reaction, the mass is transferred in buckets for crystallization where natural followed by induced cooling takes place. After about 70 hrs, pure MCA crystals are recovered. After centrifuging, MCA product is ready for packing. The Mother Liquor (ML) generated from centrifuge is separated out and sold as ML of MCA. Chemical Reaction: CH 3 COOH + Cl > ClCH 2 COOH + HCl Acetic Acid Chlorine MCA Hydrochloric Acid Mass Balance: Acetic Acid- 870 Kg Sulphur Mono Chloride Kg Liq. Chlorine 900 Kg Acetic Anhydride 13.5 Kg GLR HCl (30%) 621 Kg Crystallization Centrifuge Mother Liquor of MCA 200 Kg Packing MCA 1000 Kg PAGE 2-3

58 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 2.4 RAW MATERIAL CONSUMPTION, STORAGE AND HANDLING The raw materials will be received in M.S. tank, Drums, Bags as well as through tankers. All the storage tanks of hazardous substances will be located within premises in separate storage area. Large area will be covered by well-designed warehouse, which is containing store office, raw material store, finished product store, etc. The personnel protective equipments like hand gloves, gumboot, goggles, helmet, clothing, etc. will be provided to those handling hazardous chemicals as per requirement. All the motors and electrical connections will be flame proof. List of raw material are given in Table-2.1. TABLE LIST OF RAW MATERIAL Product Raw-material Quantity (MT/Month) Chloro Acetyl Chloride Mono Chloro Acetic Acid Mono Chloro Acetic Acid 150 Sulphur mono Chloride 33 Chlorine 93 Acetic Acid 87 Sulphur mono Chloride 3.75 Chlorine 90 Acetic Anhydride 1.35 PAGE 2-4

59 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 2.5 WATER AND WASTEWATER Daily water consumption of M/s. Anjaniya Industries will be 15 KL/Day for proposed project. Water consumption is primarily for Boiler, Cooling Tower, Scrubbing, Gardening and domestic purposes. The source of water will be Industrial water supply authority. Details of water consumption and wastewater generation for proposed scenario are given in Table 2.2. TABLE WATER CONSUMPTION AND WASTEWATER GENERATION Proposed Water Balance (KL/Day) Sr. Section No. Water Consumption 1 Process NIL NIL Waste Water Generation 2 Boiler 5 NIL 3 Cooling Tower 6 NIL 4 APCE 2.7 NIL Total Industrial 5 Domestic Gardening 0.3 NIL Total Note: Industrial waterwater generation will be Nil. Domestic wastewater shall be disposed off by septic tank & soak pit system. PAGE 2-5

60 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT WATER BALANCE DIAGRAM Raw Water: 15 KL/Day Domestic: 1 KL/Day Septic Tank & Soak Pit: 0.5 KL/Day Boiler: 5 KL/Day Cooling Tower: 6 KL/Day APCE: 2.7 KL/Day & Gardening: 0.3 KL/Day TREATMENT PROCESS ETP DETAILS M/s. Anjaniya Industries will not generate any industrial wastewater. Therefore, Effluent Treatment Plant will not be required. PAGE 2-6

61 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 2.6 AIR POLLUTION AND CONTROL SYSTEM The source of air pollution due to the project will be Flue gas emission. The source of flue gas emission will be from the stack attached to Boiler and Process Vent. The details of the stack and vent along with pollution control system for proposed scenario are given in Table 2.3. TABLE DETAILS OF SOURCE OF EMISSION Flue Gas Emission Sr. No. Source of Emission Type of Emission 1 Boiler SPM, SO 2, NO x Permissible Limits 150 mg/nm mg/nm 3 94 mg/nm 3 Stack Height (M) Stack Diameter (M) Pollution Control Equipment Cyclone Separator with Bag filter Fuel Name Waste wood/ Wood briquette Process Emission Sr No. Source of Emission Type of Emission Permissible Limits Stack Height (M) Stack Diameter (M) Pollution Control Equipment Fuel Name & Qty. / Hr. 1 Process Vent HCl, CL 2 20 mg/nm 3 9 mg/nm Two Stage Scrubber NA 2.7 NOISE LEVEL AND CONTROL SYSTEM Extensive oiling and lubrication and preventive maintenance will be carried out to reduce noise generation at source to the permissible limit. However, at place where noise levels can exceed the permissible limit, Earplugs and Earmuffs shall be provided to those working in such area. PAGE 2-7

62 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 2.8 HAZARDOUS WASTE GENERATION AND DISPOSAL SYSTEM Proposed hazardous waste generation quantity, physical characteristics and mode of disposal are given in Table-2.4. TABLE DETAILS OF HAZARDOUS WASTE AND ITS MODE OF DISPOSAL SR. HAZARDOUS WASTE SCHEDULE QUANTITY DISPOSAL METHODS NO. 1. Discarded Begs & Collection, Storage, Reused or Containers Nos./Month Sale to MPPCB Approved Scrape Vendor after decontamination 2. Waste Or Spent Oil Lit/Year Collection, Storage, Reused for Oiling in Machinery or Sale To MPPCB Approved 3. Process Waste MT/Month 4. Distillation Residue MT/Month Recycler Collection, Storage, Transportation and Disposal at Nearest TSDF or sell to Cement Industry Collection, Storage, Transportation and sell to Cement Industry for Coprocessing OR Disposal at Common Incineration Site PAGE 2-8

63 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 2.9 ELECTRICITY REQUIREMENT & FUEL REEQUIREMENT Electricity Requirement: Sr. No. Particulars Requirement 1 ELECTRICITY Requirement 75 HP/Hr Source of Supply MP Electricity Supply Fuel Requirement: Sr. No. Particulars Requirement 1 Fuel & IT S Consumption WASTE Wood/Wood Briquette: 3 MT/Day 2.10 DETAILS OF GREENBELT The main objective of the green belt is to provide a barrier between the plant and surroundings areas. M/s. Anjaniya Industries will develop green belt within factory premises. About 1500 sq. meter of the total land area is available at the site and 295 sq. meter area will be developed as Green Belt. The green belt area will be 20% of total plot area. PAGE 2-9

64 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT CHAPTER 3: BASELINE ENVIRONMENTAL STATUS The baseline status of environmental quality in the vicinity of project site serves as the basis for identification, prediction and evaluation of impacts. The baseline environmental quality is assessed through field studies within the impact zone for various components of the environment viz. air, noise, water, land and socio-economic. The baseline environmental quality has been assessed in the Summer season (March, 2014 to May, 2014) in a study area of 5 km radial distance from the project site. Knowledge of baseline environmental status of the study area is useful for Impact Assessment- Process of assessing and predicting the environmental consequences of the significant actions. Significant action depicts direct adverse changes caused by the action and its effect on the health of the biota including flora, fauna and human being, socio-economic conditions, current use of land and resources, physical and cultural heritage properties and biophysical surroundings. Baseline data generation of the following environmental attributes is essential in EIA studies. 1. Meteorology 2. Ambient Air Quality 3. Ambient Noise Quality 4. Surface and Ground water Quality 5. Soil Quality & Geological Features 6. Land use pattern 7. Socio-economic status survey PAGE 3-1

65 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 3.1 ESTABLISHMENT OF IMPACT ZONE Deciding whether a proposed action is likely to cause significant adverse environmental effects is central to the concept and practice of EIA. Before proceeding for baseline data generation, it is important to know the boundary limits and framework, so that the data generated can be effectively utilized for impact assessment. In this context, delineate of impact zone plays an important role. Generally the impact zone for industrial actions is classified into three parts; Core Zone, buffer Zone and Unaffected Zone, as illustrated below. The area of impact zone invariably changes from project to project and depends on the nature and magnitude of activities. Core Zone (Host and Proximate Area where the proposed activities is completed) - This area is closest to the activity where the background quality of environmental and human health is always at high risk. This involves risks due to steady state, transient and accidental release of pollutants, noise, increased traffic congestion and social stress. The immediate vicinity of the plant that is around 3 km radius is factual core zone in this case. Buffer zone (Moderately affected area) - Being a little away from the activity, the discharge pollutants need time lag to be transported to this area and gets attenuated/diluted to a considerable extent. However, the associated risk shall be real during brake-down, failure or upset conditions, and simultaneously with adverse meteorological and hydrological factors. Distance from 3 km to 7 km around the project site in the factual buffer zone in this case. This is based on the mathematical modeling study and air pollution dispersion pattern. Unaffected Zone - This area shall not be at risk of serious damage to life, health and property. Here the impact becomes small enough to become imperceptible and/or inconsequent and/or insignificant and normal life activities shall prevail without any disturbances due to the activity. Distance away from the 7 km buffer zone is the factually unaffected zone in this case. While generating the baseline status of physical and biological environmental of the study area, the concept of impact zone has been considered. The Impact zone selection is based on preliminary screening and modeling studies. For demography and socio-economics, block wise data has been collected and used for the assessment of impacts. PAGE 3-2

66 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 3.2 METEOROLOGY Air borne pollutants is dispersed by atmosphere motion. Knowledge of these motions, which range is scale from turbulent diffusion to long-range transport by weather systems, is essential to simulate such dispersion and quality of impacts of air pollution on the environment. The purpose of EIA is to determine whether average concentrations are likely to encounter at fixed locations (Know as the receptor), due to the given sources (locations and rates of emission known), under idealized atmospheric conditions. It is imperative that one should work with idealized condition and all analysis pertaining to air turbulence and ambient air or noise pollution should be done with meteorological conditions, which can at best be, expected to occur. The details of measurement technique, instruments, specification of measurement standards and accuracy of instruments are adopted from the Indian Standard: Guideline for micrometeorological technique in Air Pollution Studies. Care is taken to install the anemometer within a distance of six times the height of nearest vertical terrain elements (house, trees etc.) and height of 10 m from the average ground level of the fetch area. 3.3 MICRO-METEOROLOGY OF THE AREA The climate of Madhya Pradesh is varied, as it is moist in the southern districts and dry in the northern region. Indore is the nearest meteorological observatory to the project site. PAGE 3-3

67 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT TEMPERATURE DETAILS Maximum and Minimum Temperatures from March, 2013 to February, 2014 at Indore Station, Madhya Pradesh are given in Table 3.1. TABLE 3.1 TEMPERATURE DETAILS MONTH ( ) MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE ( 0 C) MINIMUM TEMPERATURE ( 0 C) March April May June July August September October November December January February PAGE 3-4

68 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT RELATIVE HUMIDITY Maximum and minimum monthly Relative Humidity from March, 2013 to February, 2014 at Indore Station, Madhya Pradesh are given in Table 3.2. TABLE 3.2 RELATIVE HUMIDITY (%) DETAILS MONTH ( ) MAXIMUM RELATIVE HUMIDITY (%) MINIMUM RELATIVE HUMIDITY (%) March April May June July August September October November December January February Relative Humidity values at Indore IMD were recorded for hourly data. Relative Humidity is generally high during the period from July to September. The diurnal variations are least during monsoon season. PAGE 3-5

69 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT RAINFALL Rainfall data from March, 2013 to February, 2014 at Indore Station, Madhya Pradesh is given in Table 3.3. TABLE 3.3 RAINFALL DETAILS MONTH ( ) MONTHLY TOTAL (mm) NUMBERS OF RAINY DAYS March April May June July August September October November December January February Total The rainy season in the area extends from June to October. Total rainfall, during the monsoon period, was recorded as mm. The number of rainy days per month varies from 8 to 27 in monsoon period. PAGE 3-6

70 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT WIND SPEED Wind speed from March, 2013 to February, 2014 at Indore Station, Madhya Pradesh is given in Table 3.4. TABLE 3.4 WIND SPEED DETAILS SR. NO. MONTH ( ) AVERAGE WIND SPEED (KM/H) 1. March April May June July August September October November December January February Site-specific hourly meteorological data is given in Table 3.5. PAGE 3-7

71 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT TABLE SITE SPECIFIC METEOROLOGICAL DATA (PERIOD MARCH, 2014 TO MAY, 2014) METEOROLOGICAL PARAMETER MONTH MARCH, 2014 APRIL, 2014 MAY, 2014 Temperature ( 0 C) Min Max Avg Relative Humidity (%) Min Max Avg Wind Speed (km/h) Min Max Avg The winds from SW sector were observed to be predominant and a typical diurnal shift in wind direction was not observed during study period. The wind rose diagram and stability class distribution processed by ISCST3 software from data collected at site is shown in Figure 3.1. PAGE 3-8

72 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT FIGURE-3.1 WIND ROSE DIAGRAM WIND ROSE PLOT: M/s. Anjaniya Industries DISPLAY: Wind Speed Direction (blowing from) NORTH 45% 36% 27% 18% 9% WEST EAST WIND SPEED (m/s) >= SOUTH Calms: 2.36% COMMENTS: DATA PERIOD: 2014 Mar 1 - May 31 00:00-23:00 COMPANY NAME: M/s. Anjaniya Industries MODELER: CALM WINDS: 2.36% TOTAL COUNT: 2208 hrs. AVG. WIND SPEED: 2.19 m/s DATE: 3/22/2015 PROJECT NO.: WRPLOT View - Lakes Environmental Software PAGE 3-9

73 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT PAGE 3-10

74 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 3.4 AIR ENVIRONMENT DESIGN OF NETWORK FOR AMBIENT AIR QUALITY MONITORING LOCATIONS The air quality status in the impact zone is assessed through a network of ambient air quality monitoring locations. The tropical climatic conditions mainly control the transport and dispersion of air pollutant emissions during various seasons. The baseline studies for air environment include identification of specific air pollutants prior to implement of the project. The Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) study requires monitoring of baseline air quality during one season. Accordingly, air quality monitoring was carried out in the season from March, 2014 to May, The baseline status of the air environment is assessed through a systematic air quality surveillance programmed, which is planned based on the following criteria: Topography / terrain of the study area Regional synoptic scale climatologically normal Densely populated areas within the region Location of surrounding industries Representation of regional background Representation of valid cross-sectional distribution in downwind direction RECONNAISSANCE Reconnaissance was undertaken to establish the baseline status of air environment in the study region. Eight Ambient Air Quality Monitoring (AAQM) locations were selected based on guidelines of network sitting criteria. All AAQM locations were selected within the study area of 10 km radial distance from the project site. PAGE 3-11

75 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT METHODOLOGY FOR AMBIENT AIR QUALITY MONITORING The ambient air quality monitoring was carried out in accordance with National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS). Ambient Air Quality Monitoring (AAQM) was carried out at eight locations during the study period. The locations of the different stations with respect to its distance and direction from project site are shown in Table-3.6 and Figure-3.2 respectively. The conventional and project specific parameters such as Particulate Matter (PM 2.5 ), Particulate Matter (PM 10 ), Sulphur Dioxide (SO 2 ), Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx), Ozone (as O 3 ), Lead (as Pb), Carbon Monoxide (as CO), Ammonia (as NH 3 ), Benzene (as C 6 H 6 ), Benzo (a) Pyrene (BaP) particulate phase only, Arsenic (as As), Nickel (as Ni), HCl, CL 2 and Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) were monitored at different locations. The values for mentioned concentrations of various pollutants at all the monitoring locations were processed for different statistical parameters like arithmetic mean, minimum concentration, and maximum concentration and percentile values. The existing baseline levels of SPM, PM 2.5, PM 10, SO 2, NOx, O 3, Pb, CO, NH 3, C 6 H 6, Benzo (a) Pyrene (BaP) particulate phase only, As, Ni, HCl, CL 2 and VOCs are expressed in terms of various statistical parameters as given in Tables-3.7. PAGE 3-12

76 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT TABLE DETAILS OF AMBIENT AIR QUALITY MONITORING LOCATIONS SR. NO. NAME OF LOCATION BEARING W.R.T. PROJECT SITE APPROXIMATE RADIAL DISTANCE FROM PROJECT SITE (KM) TYPE OF AREA LATITUDE & LONGITUDE (1) Project Site (A1) Industrial 22º N 74º E (2) Futtlab (A2) SW 2.5 Residential 22º N 74º E (3) Ghosaliya (A3) NE 0.5 Residential 22º N 74º E (4) Gadwada (A4) NE 5.0 Residential 22º N 74º E (5) Amlipathar (A5) ES 2.5 Residential 22º N 74º E (6) Bedwali (A6) SW 1.5 Residential 22º N 74º E (7) Meghnagar (A7) SW 2.0 Residential 22º N 74º E (8) Rakhadiya (A8) WN 4.0 Residential 22º N 74º E PAGE 3-13

77 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT FIGURE LOCATION OF AMBIENT AIR QUALITY MONITORING STATIONS PAGE 3-14

78 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT TABLE 3.7 AMBIENT AIR QUALIT`Y STATUS (MARCH, 2014 TO MAY, 2014) Unit: µg/m 3 SR. NO. SAMPLING LOCATION PM 10 PM 2.5 SO 2 NOx O 3 1. Project Site (A1) Futtlab (A2) Ghosaliya Bada (A3) Gadwada (A4) Amlipathar (A5) Bedwali (A6) Meghnagar (A7) Rakhadiya (A8) NAAQS Limit TABLE 3.7 (CONTD.) AMBIENT AIR QUALITY STATUS (MARCH, 2014 TO MAY, 2014) Unit: µg/m 3 SR. NO. SAMPLING LOCATION Pb NH 3 CO (mg/m 3 ) C 6 H 6 As (ng/m 3 ) Ni (ng/m 3 ) HC PPM 1. Project Site (A1) BDL BDL 1.19 BDL BDL BDL Futtlab (A2) BDL BDL 1.25 BDL BDL BDL Ghosaliya Bada (A3) BDL BDL 1.33 BDL BDL BDL Gadwada (A4) BDL BDL 1.53 BDL BDL BDL Amlipathar (A5) BDL BDL 1.44 BDL BDL BDL Bedwali (A6) BDL BDL 1.17 BDL BDL BDL Meghnagar (A7) BDL BDL 1.24 BDL BDL BDL Rakhadiya (A8) BDL BDL 1.28 BDL BDL BDL 1.15 NAAQS Limit Note: BDL Below Detectable Limit PAGE 3-15

79 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT TABLE 3.7 (CONTD.) AMBIENT AIR QUALITY STATUS (MARCH, 2014 TO MAY, 2014) Unit: µg/m 3 SR. NO. SAMPLING LOCATION CL 2 VOCs (Isobutylene Equivalent) (ppm) HCL 1. Project Site (A1) BDL BDL BDL 2. Futtlab (A2) BDL BDL BDL 3. Ghosaliya Bada (A3) BDL BDL BDL 4. Gadwada (A4) BDL BDL BDL 5. Amlipathar (A5) BDL BDL BDL 6. Bedwali (A6) BDL BDL BDL 7. Meghnagar (A7) BDL BDL BDL 8. Rakhadiya (A8) BDL BDL BDL Note: BDL Below Detectable Limit Detectable Limit of Instrument: Pb 0.5 µg/m 3 BaP 0.5 ng/m 3 As 2.0 ng/m 3 Ni 10.0 ng/m 3 NH µg/m 3 VOC Aeroqual Series 300 (Sensor 0 25 ppm) Minimum Detectable Limit 0.1 ppm PAGE 3-16

80 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT TABLE 3.7 (CONTD.) AMBIENT AIR QUALITY STATUS- 98 TH PERCENTILE VALUE (24 HRS.) (MARCH, 2014 TO MAY, 2014) Unit: µg/m 3 SR. NO. SAMPLING LOCATION PM 10 PM 2.5 SO 2 NOx 1. Project Site (A1) Futtlab (A2) Ghosaliya Bada (A3) Gadwada (A4) Amlipathar (A5) Bedwali (A6) Meghnagar (A7) Rakhadiya (A8) NAAQS Limit PAGE 3-17

81 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 3.5 NOISE ENVIRONMENT The objective of the noise pollution survey around the project site was to identify existing noise sources and to measure background noise levels. The study was carried out in the following steps: Reconnaissance Identification of noise sources and measurement of noise levels Measurement of noise levels due to transportation Community noise levels RECONNAISSANCE The details of locations are given in Table-3.8 and shown in Figure-3.3 while the results of noise monitoring are given in Table METHODOLOGY FOR NOISE MONITORING The noise monitoring was carried out at eight locations in day time during and at night time in the study area covering all the areas i.e. industrial, commercial, and residential and silence zones as mentioned in Noise (Pollution and Control) Rules, Hourly Equivalent noise levels Leq (day) and Leq (night) were measured at each monitoring locations. Monitoring from May 27 to 31, 2014 during day and night time was carried out at all the locations. The noise level measured in study area at different locations is given in Table 3.9. PAGE 3-18

82 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT TABLE DETAILS OF AMBIENT NOISE QUALITY MONITORING LOCATIONS SR. NAME OF LOCATION BEARING W.R.T. APPROXIMATE RADIAL NO. PROJECT DISTANCE FROM PROJECT SITE SITE (KM) 1. Project Site (N1) Futtlab (N2) SW Ghosaliya Bada (N3) NE Gadwada (N4) NE Amlipathar (N5) ES Bedwali (N6) SW Meghnagar (N7) SW Rakhadiya (N8) WN 4.0 PAGE 3-19

83 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT FIGURE LOCATION OF NOISE LEVEL MONITORING STATIONS PAGE 3-20

84 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT TABLE BACKGROUND NOISE LEVELS SR. LOCATION CATEGORY OF AREA Noise Level (Leq) Noise Level (Leq) NO. in dba in dba (Day time) (Night time) 1. Project Site (N1) Industrial Futtlab (N2) Residential Ghosaliya Bada (N3) Residential Gadwada (N4) Residential Amlipathar (N5) Residential Bedwali (N6) Residential Meghnagar (N7) Residential Rakhadiya (N8) Residential NATIONAL NOISE QUALITY CRITERIA (CPCB) NOTE: Type of Test : On Site Testing Type of Test : Instrumental Method (SLM/Lutron-4001) NATIONAL NOISE QUALITY CRITERIA (CPCB) AREA CODE CATEGORY OF AREA LIMIT db (A) Day Time LEQ db (A) Night Time N1 Industrial N2 Commercial N3 Residential N4 Silence Zone PAGE 3-21

85 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT NOISE LEVELS DUE TO TRANSPORTATION Noise levels were also measured at four different locations on May 27 to 31, The equivalent noise level Leq (60 min average) measured at a distance of 10 m and 20 m from the edge of the road at each of the locations are presented in Table TABLE NOISE LEVELS DUE TO TRANSPORTATION SR. NO. SAMPLING LOCATION NOISE LEVEL IN dba TIME CPCB LIMIT 1. Nr. Main Gate Day Night Nr. Futtlab By Pass Day Night Nr. Railway Station, Day 65 Meghnagar Night Nr. Bus Station, Meghnagar Day Night 55 TABLE (COND.) NOISE LEVELS AT NEAREST INDUSTRIES SR. LOCATION Noise Level (Leq) Noise Level (Leq) NO. in dba (Day time) in dba (Night time) 1. Nr. Krishna Phoschem Ltd Nr. Shail Chem Distilate Pvt. Ltd Nr. Mehul Industries Nr. Bromos Chemicals Nr. Meghnagar Pharma Cham Nr. Agrophos India Ltd Nr. Shree Rang Petrochem Nr. S.R. Ferro Alloys NATIONAL NOISE QUALITY CRITERIA (CPCB) PAGE 3-22

86 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 3.6 WATER ENVIRONMENT RECONNAISSANCE The average annual rainfall in the region is about mm. The baseline water quality status in the region is established by analyzing surface water and ground water. Water requirement will met through Industrial water supply authority METHODOLOGY FOR WATER QUALITY MONITORING Physico-chemical parameters have been analyzed to ascertain the baseline status of fresh water in the existing surface water and ground water bodies. Samples were collected once during the study period on May 27 to 31, The details of surface and ground water sampling locations are given in Table And sampling locations of water quality monitoring are shown in Figure 3.4. The Physico-chemical characteristics of the different water samples are presented in the Tables PAGE 3-23

87 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT TABLE SAMPLING LOCATIONS FOR MONITORING SURFACE AND GROUND WATER QUALITY SR. SAMPLING BEARING APPROXIMATE NO. LOCATIONS W. R.T. RADIAL DISTANCE FROM PROJECT PROJECT SITE SITE (KM) 1. Project Site (GW1) Futtlab (GW2) SW Ghosaliya Bada (GW3) NE Gadwada (GW4) NE Amlipathar (GW5) ES Bedwali (GW6) SW Meghnagar (GW7) SW Rakhadiya (GW8) WN Bedwali Pond (SW1) SW Amlipathar Pond (SW2) ES Ghosaliya Bada Pond (SW3) NE Anas River (SW4) SW 5.2 GW= Ground water, SW= Surface water PAGE 3-24

88 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT FIGURE LOCATIONS OF WATER SAMPLING STATIONS PAGE 3-25

89 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT TABLE WATER QUALITY (A) GROUND WATER Parameters PROJECT SITE (GW1) FUTTLAB (GW2) GHOSALIY A BADA (GW3) GADWAD A (GW4) AMLIPAT HAR (GW5) BEDWALI (GW6) MEGHNA GAR (GW7) RAKHADI YA (GW8) Date of 27/05/20 27/05/20 28/05/20 29/05/20 29/05/20 30/05/20 30/05/20 31/05/20 Sampling ph TSS (mg/l) TDS (mg/l) Magnesium (as Mg +2 ) (mg/l) Turbidity (NTU) COD (mg/l) BOD 3 (mg/l) <1.0 <1.0 <1.0 <1.0 <1.0 <1.0 <1.0 <1.0 DO (mg/l) Phenolic Compound (mg/l) Oil & Grease (mg/l) Sodium (mg/l) Potassium (mg/l) Chlorides (mg/l) Sulphates (mg/l) Conductivity (ms/cm) Salinity (ppt) Total Hardness (mg/l) Nitrate- Nitrogen (mg/l) Iron (as Fe) (mg/l) Zinc (as Zn) (mg/l) Copper (as Cu) (mg/l) BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL <0.4 <0.4 <0.4 <0.4 <0.4 <0.4 <0.4 < <0.022 <0.022 <0.022 <0.022 <0.022 <0.022 <0.022 <0.022 BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL PAGE 3-26

90 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT Total Phosphorus (mg/l) BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL (B) SURFACE WATER Parameters BEDWALI POND AMLIPATHAR POND GHOSALIYA BADA ANAS RIVER (SW1) (SW2) POND (SW3) (SW4) Date of Sampling 27/05/ /05/ /05/ /05/2014 ph TSS (mg/l) TDS (mg/l) Magnesium (as Mg +2 ) (mg/l) Turbidity (NTU) COD (mg/l) BOD 3 (mg/l) <1.0 <1.0 <1.0 <1.0 DO (mg/l) Phenolic Compound BDL BDL BDL BDL (mg/l) Oil & Grease (mg/l) <0.4 <0.4 <0.4 <0.4 Sodium (mg/l) Potassium (mg/l) Chlorides (mg/l) Sulphates (mg/l) Conductivitiy (ms/cm) Salinity (ppt) Total Hardness (mg/l) Nitrate-Nitrogen (mg/l) Iron (as Fe) (mg/l) Zinc (as Zn) (mg/l) <0.022 < Copper (as Cu) (mg/l) BDL BDL BDL BDL Total Phosphorus (mg/l) BDL BDL BDL BDL GW- Ground Water SW- Surface Water BDL- Below Detectable Limit PAGE 3-27

91 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT Detectable Limit of Instrument: Copper 0.5 mg/l Sulphate mg/l Iron mg/l Phenol mg/l Total Phosphorus mg/l 3.7 LAND ENVIRONMENT METHODOLOGY FOR SOIL MONITORING Soil samples were collected from eight different locations during May 27 to 31, 2014 in the study area (0-20 cm depth). The locations selected for collection of soil samples are shown in Figure 3.5 and presented in Table The analysis results of soil samples are given in Table TABLE SAMPLING LOCATIONS: SOIL QUALITY SR. NO. SAMPLING LOCATION BEARING W.R.T. PROJECT SITE APPROXIMATE RADIAL DISTANCE FROM PROJECT SITE (KM) 1. Project Site (S1) Futtlab (S2) SW Ghosaliya (S3) NE Gadwada (S4) NE Amlipathar (S5) ES Bedwali (S6) SW Meghnagar (S7) SW Rakhadiya (S8) WN 4.0 PAGE 3-28

92 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT FIGURE LOCATIONS OF SOIL SAMPLING STATIONS PAGE 3-29

93 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT TABLE PHYSICO-CHEMICALS CHARACTERISTICS OF SOIL SR. NO. PARAMETER UNIT PROJECT SITE (S1) FUTTLAB GHOSALIY A (S2) (S3) Date of Sampling 27/05/2014 to 31/05/2014 CONCENTRATION GADWAL A (S4) AMLIPAT HAR (S5) BEDWA LI (S6) MEGHN AGAR (S7) RAKHADIY A (S8) 1. ph Moisture % Temp. C Color Raddish Brown Light Blackish Yellowish Brown Light Brown Reddish Brown Light Brown Blackish Brown Yellowish Brown 5. Magnesium mg/kg Total mg/kg Hardness 7. Calcium mg/kg Chlorides mg/kg Sulphates mg/kg Porosity % Specific Gm/cm Gravity 12. Water % Holding Capacity 13. Organic % Matter 14. Bulk Density Gm/cm Iron (as Fe) mg/kg Sodium mg/kg Copper mg/kg BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL 18. Potassium mg/kg Nickel mg/kg BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL 20. Arsenic mg/kg BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL 21. Phenol mg/kg BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL BDL 22. Alkalinity mg/kg Nitrate- mg/kg Nitrogen 24. TOC mg/kg PAGE 3-30

94 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 25. Permeability cm/sec 4.2* * * * * * * * Total Solids % Oil & Grease mg/kg <4.0 <4.0 <4.0 <4.0 <4.0 <4.0 <4.0 < Grain Size Analysis Gravel % Coarse sand % Medium % sand Fine sand % Silt + Clay % BDL Below Detectable Limit Detectable Limit of Instrument: Copper mg/kg Arsenic mg/kg Phenol mg/kg Iron mg/kg Nikal mg/kg 3.8 GEOLOGICAL DATA INTRODUCTION Geomorphology: Geomorphologically the area is Dissected Pediment zone having elevation of m above mean sea level (MSL). The area can be divided into two parts viz., high land marked by mounds and uplands and low lands marked by basins and valley filled deposits. Map shows the geomorphology of the project area. PAGE 3-31

95 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT Geomorphology Map Geohydrology: The area is having low to moderate groundwater potential. Deccan trap and sedimentary formation are better aquifer in the region. Map shows the Geohydrology of the project area. Geohydrology Map: PAGE 3-32

96 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT Soils: The project area falls under Central Plateau and hill region agro climatic & ecological zone. As per Indian council of agriculture Jhabua district falls under Madhya Bharat Plateau, Western Malwa Plateau, eastern Gujarat-Plain, Vindhyan and Satpura range and narmada velly region. The area is hilly and characterized by deep black, medium black and shallow soils. The Project area soil is PAGE 3-33

97 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT loamy sand in texture, but majority of the soil in the surrounding area loam to clay in texture. The principle crops grown in the area are maize, cotton, soybean, paddy in kharif and wheat as well as gram in rabi season. The vegetables and fruits crops are also grown to a limited extent in the area. The soils of the surrounding areas are slightly to highly saline, which required proper drainage facility. 3.9 LAND USE PATTERN Land use, in general, reflects the human beings activities on land, whereas the word land cover indicates the vegetation, agricultural and artificial manmade structures covering the land surfaces. Identification and periodic surveillance of land uses and vegetation covers, in the vicinity of any developmental activity is one of the most important components for a comprehensive environmental impact assessment, which would help to determine the impact of the project development activity on the land use pattern. To determine the baseline land use pattern, at and around the project site, the required data have been obtained from Published land use data i.e. census and gazetteer books of Jhabua district, issued by the State Government. LANDUSE REPORT FOR ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES Jhabua, Madhya Pradesh district is one of the 26 districts of Madhya Pradesh state in central India. The district Jhabua has a population of over 10 lakhs and an area of over 3500 km². There are over 300 villages in this district. Taluka Meghnagar has a population of over 1 lakhs as per census data INTRODUCTION: Remote sensing data provides reliable accurate baseline information for land use and Land cover mapping. Land use/land cover mapping both by visual interpretation and digital automated analysis is possible by satellite remote sensing techniques. The land use / land cover categories can be divided into different levels in order to make it more responsive to the information the user needs. The classification system facilitates environment experts to study the spatial difference and distinction between various lands types, from multi temporal satellite data. PAGE 3-34

98 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT DATA SETS: Geocoded False Colour Composite scene of IRS-IC LISS III along with Survey of India (SOI) Toposheets. Freely available datasets has also been considered for the same purposes depending on the scale and requirements of the project like Landsat TM maps and Images from Google earth of particular year. The datasets used in project are categorized into primary and ancillary types. This is principally in recognition of the types of land use information each provides. Primary datasets (Satellite Image) are fundamental and essential components in the landuse mapping process and contain information mainly regarding landuse such as agriculture Cultivated or uncultivated lands. Ancillary datasets contain useful information on smaller scale land use such as reserved forests, protected areas, urban and other types which can been procured from different govt. departments. STUDY AREA: The area statistics of these classes are presented in table The area statistics show that most observed classes was agriculture. i.e. 65% followed by scrub classes. PAGE 3-35

99 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT TABLE 3.15 AREAS UNDER DIFFERENT LANDUSE Sr. Primary Secondary Area Secondary Class Area Primary Class No. Classification Classification Ha. Km 2 % Ha. Km 2 % 1 Built Up Land Or Habitation Residential/ Commercial Industrial Agriculture Land Crop Land/Fallow Land Waste Lands Land without scrub 4 Water Bodies Reservoir/Lakes/ Ponds/Tanks 5 Vegetation Cover Scrub Open Vegetation Closed Vegetation Forests Scrub (Forest) Open Forest Plantation Other Grass Cover Mining Total PAGE 3-36

100 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT FIGURE 3.7 LAND USE/ LAND COVER PAGE 3-37

101 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT The images classified into the above mentioned classes for different regions of interest are given in photographs. PAGE 3-38

102 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 3.10 BIOLOGICAL ENVIRONMENT Biological Environment includes the study of the relationships of organisms or group of organisms to their environment. Ecology in essence is the study of the abiotic (Non-living) and biotic (Living) components, interaction of community and the environment and exchange of material (energy and nutrient) between living and non-living parts. A community includes all organisms in the given area interacting with abiotic environment. The biological environment is an important component of the environment of any area. Areas under development have substantial impact on biodiversity. On the other hand conversion, destruction & fragmentation of habitant are the greatest threats to biodiversity. Therefore, inventory / database of flora and fauna of particular area is necessary to help identify potential impacts on each species. Therefore, baseline information/data on the flora and fauna of the particular area is important for inferring the impact of a proposed project. The ultimate aim of an ecological assessment is to avoid or minimize the impacts of a proposed development FLORA Some orchards and plantation of Aam, Jamun, Neem are found. Forests occurring in the area are not under the category of reserved forest, but are under the control of revenue department. The tree species found in the study. Flora found in the region is listed below: PAGE 3-39

103 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT TABLE 3.16 FLORA PAGE 3-40

104 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT PAGE 3-41

105 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT FAUNA Fauna found in the region is listed below: TABLE 3.17 FAUNA PAGE 3-42

106 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT PAGE 3-43

107 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 3.11 SOCIO - ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT An assessment of socio - economic environment forms an integral part of an EIA study. Therefore, baseline information for the same was collected during the study period. The baseline socio - economic data collected for the study region, before the proposed expansion is in operation, has been identified for the four major indicators viz. demography, civic amenities, economy and social culture. The baseline status of the above indicators is compiled in forthcoming sections. Base line data has been collected for all the villages falling within 10 km. study area from the proposed project site. Besides this prime Government body, there are other regulatory departments like Factory Inspectorate Office (FIO), which also controls social impacts by setting up standards and rules to be followed by the industry. These standards prevent accidents and disasters whereby the undesirable social impacts are controlled SETTLEMENTS AND DEMOGRAPHIC PATTERN METHOD OF DATA PREPARATION The 2011 census data of CoI has been attached to geo-referenced settlements. The GIS software has been used to identify the settlements at various distances from the project site and compile the demographic data as per the requirement of environmental clearance questionnaire for different distance bands from the project site. PAGE 3-44

108 Sr. No. ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT TABLE NO 3.18 DEMOGRAPHIC DATA CD Block Name No. of Household Population <06 years Male <06 years Female <06 years Village Name Total Population Total Male Total Female 1 Futtalab Jhabua Ghosaliya Bada Jhabua Gadwada Jhabua Amlipathar Jhabua Bedawali Jhabua Meghnagar Jhabua Rakhadiya Jhabua Nogawan Jhabua Sajeli Surji Mogjisath Jhabua Sajeli Nanya Sath Jhabua Gundipada Jhabua Nawapada Dhanya Jhabua Phuledi Jhabua Nayagaon Khalsa Jhabua Antarveliya Jhabua TABLE 3.18 (CONTD.) DEMOGRAPHIC DATA CD Block name Population Schedule caste Male Schedule caste Female Schedule caste Population Schedule tribe Male Schedule tribe Female Schedule tribe Sr. No. Village Name 1 Futtalab Jhabua Ghosaliya Bada Jhabua Gadwada Jhabua Amlipathar Jhabua Bedawali Jhabua Meghnagar Jhabua Rakhadiya Jhabua Nogawan Jhabua Sajeli Surji Mogjisath Jhabua Sajeli Nanya Sath Jhabua Gundipada Jhabua Nawapada Dhanya Jhabua Phuledi Jhabua Nayagaon Khalsa Jhabua Antarveliya Jhabua PAGE 3-45

109 Sr. No. ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT TABLE 3.18 (CONTD.) DEMOGRAPHIC DATA CD Block name Population Male Female Population Male Female Village Name Literate Literate Literate Illiterate Illiterate Illeterate 1 Futtalab Jhabua Ghosaliya Bada Jhabua Gadwada Jhabua Amlipathar Jhabua Bedawali Jhabua Meghnagar Jhabua Rakhadiya Jhabua Nogawan Jhabua Sajeli Surji Mogjisath Jhabua Sajeli Nanya Sath Jhabua Gundipada Jhabua Nawapada Dhanya Jhabua Phuledi Jhabua Nayagaon Khalsa Jhabua Antarveliya Jhabua TABLE 3.19 POPULATION DENSITY NAME POPULATION PERSON POPULATION DENSITY (PERSON / SQ. KM.) SEX RATIO (NO. OF FEMALES PER 1000 MALES) Within 5 km Radius (2011) Within 10 km Radius (2011) Taluka Meghnagar (2011) District Jhabua (2011) (Courtesy: Census Dept., GOI) PAGE 3-46

110 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT FIGURE 3.8 DETAILS OF POPULATION DENSITY AND SEX RATIO PAGE 3-47

111 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT LITERACY RATE The literacy rate is a major factor, which influences the socio-cultural condition of a particular place. Details of literacy rate in District Jhabua, Madhya Pradesh; Taluka Meghnagar and within 10 km radius of project site are given in Table It is observed that the literacy rate of Jhabua, Madhya Pradesh District as per 2011 Census data is %, with % among male and % among female. Literacy rate in Taluka Meghnagar as per 2011 Census data is % with % among males and % among females. Within 10 km radius of the study area, the literacy rate is observed % having % among males and % among females. TABLE 3.20 LITERACY RATE NAME MALE LITERACY FEMALE LITERACY TOTAL LITERACY (%) (%) (%) Within 5 km Radius Within 10 km Radius Taluka Meghnagar (2011) District Jhabua (2011) (Courtesy: Census Dept., GOI) PAGE 3-48

112 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT FIGURE-3.9 LITERACY RATE PAGE 3-49

113 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT OCCUPATIONAL STRUCTURE In economic development of the region its geographical location, natural resources, business and employment, industries and manpower play vital role. Table 3.21 provides the occupational patterns in all villages falling within the area of interest. TABLE-3.21 OCCUPATIONAL STRUCTURE Sr. No. Village Name Total Work Popula tion Main worker Popula tion Main Cultivat or Popula tion Main Agricul ture Popula tion Main Househ old Popula tion Main Other Popula tion Margin al Worker Popula tion Non Worker Popula tion 1 Futtalab Ghosaliya Bada Gadwada Amlipath ar Bedawali Meghnag ar Rakhadiy a Nogawan Sajeli Surji Mogjisath Sajeli Nanya Sath Gundipad a Nawapad a Dhanya Phuledi Nayagaon Khalsa Antarveli ya PAGE 3-50

114 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT CHAPTER 4: ANTICIPATED ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS & MITIGATION MEASURES 4.1 IDENTIFICATION OF IMPACT Various sources of pollution with respect to wastewater, the flue gas / process emission, hazardous / solid waste and noise generation along with their qualitative and quantitative analysis as well as measures taken to control them are discussed herein with details. The network method will be adopted to identify potential impact, which involves understanding of cause-condition-effect relationship between an activity and environmental parameters. 4.2 EVALUATION AND PREDICTION OF IMPACT Evaluation is an absolute term used for assessment and prediction by means of numerical expression or value. Assessment is the process of identifying and interpreting the environmental consequences of the significant actions. Prediction is a way of mapping the environmental consequences of the significant actions. Significant Action depicts direct adverse changes caused by the action and its effects on health of biota including flora, fauna and man, socio-economic conditions, landforms and resources, physical and cultural heritage properties and quality of bio-physics surrounds. Prediction requires scientific skill drawn from many disciplines. Prediction of ecological components is often uncertain, because their response to environmental stress cannot be predicted in absolute terms. The assessor (one who does the assessment) and decision maker (one who take the decision after adequate analysis of assessment report) is expected to be aware of the degree of uncertainty. The assessor generally uses the following methods and resources for impact assessment. Field surveys and monitoring Guideline and modeling Literature surveys and interviews Qualification and experience PAGE 4-1

115 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT An impact can be defined as any change in physical, chemical and biological, cultural and or socioeconomic environment that can be attributed to activities related to alternatives under study for meeting the project needs. Impact methodology provides an organized approach for prediction and assessing these impacts. Scientific techniques and methodologies based on mathematical modeling are available for studying impacts of various project activities on environmental parameters. The nature of the impacts due to said project activities are discussed here in detail. Each parameter identified in proceeding chapters, is singularly considered for the anticipated impact due to various activities listed. The impact is quantified using numerical scores 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 in increasing order of activity. In order to assess the impact accurately, each parameter is discussed in detail covering the following: 1) Project activities like to generate impact 2) Quantification and prediction of impact Operation of the project may potential to affect quality of life, air, noise, water, land and flora, fauna and human by increase in air, noise and water pollution, by increase in hazardous waste generation, by pollution from spillage/surface run-off, by disturbance to flora and fauna, by loss of trees resulting from increased assess, by increase in land values threatening agriculture, etc. During the operation phase, the following activities are considered significant. Air emission (Marginal Impact) Noise generation (Minor Impact) Hazardous waste generation (Minor Impact) Water use and waste water discharge (Marginal Impact) Employment Generation (Marginal Impact) WATER ENVIRONMENT With respect to water environment three aspects are generally considered in EIA, the raw water availability, consumption and wastewater generation and disposal. The first priority in water quality assessment is to maintain and restore the desirable level of water quality in general (Wholesomeness of water). PAGE 4-2

116 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT Impact during Construction Phase The peak water requirement during construction will be available from the water supply. Further, the wastewater generation during the construction period will be basically from construction activities and the sanitary units provided for the workers. Hence, there will not be any significant adverse impact on the water environment Impact during Operation Phase The wastewater will generate from proposed project during operational phase, is only domestic. Total wastewater generation will be 0.5 KL/Day. 0.5 KL/Day of wastewater shall be domestic and no wastewater shall be generated from industrial process, cooling tower, scrubber, washing, boiler, etc. Hence, there will be marginal impact on the water environment AIR ENVIRONMENT Impact during Construction Phase The construction activities include minor modifications in the plant building. The air quality will be marginally affected by the activities such as removal of old equipment and machinery, erection of new equipment and machinery, vehicular movement, etc. which are likely to increase the SPM levels. It is proposed to have a Green Belt of thick plantation along the boundary of the plot, which will intercept the dispersing particulates. Also the sprinkling of water is recommended in areas where dust emission is expected to go high. However, the internal road of plant are asphalted and hence dust emission shall be to minimum Impact during Operation Phase With respect to operation phase impact, Air emission from M/s. Anjaniya Industries includes both process and flue gas emissions. The dispersion of pollutants in the atmosphere is a function of several meteorological parameters viz. temperature, wind speed, wind direction, mixing height, inversion level, etc. A number of models have been developed for the prediction of pollutant concentration at any point from an emitting source. The Industrial Source Complex Short Term (ISCST3) dispersion model is a steady-state Gaussian plume PAGE 4-3

117 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT model. It is most widely accepted for its interpretability. It gives reasonably correct values because this obeys the equation of continuity and it also takes care of diffusion, which is a random process. For the present study, this model is used for the prediction of maximum ground level concentration (GLC). The different air emissions at M/s. Anjaniya Industries are PM, SO 2, NO x from boiler and process emissions like HCl & CL 2 from process vent. The site specific and monitored details considered for input data for the software ISC-AERMOD View by Lakes Environmental, Canada for prediction of impact on air environment are given in Table-4.1. PAGE 4-4

118 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT TABLE 4.1 DETAILS OF EMISSION FROM STACK SR. PARAMETER Boiler Process Vent NO Source Height (m) Stack Dia. (m) Gas Velocity (m/s) Flue Gas Temp. (k) Emission rate PM (mg/nm 3 ) 150* (0.17 g/s) -- SO 2 (mg/nm 3 ) 262* (0.29 g/s) -- NOx (mg/nm 3 ) 94* (0.10 g/s) -- HCL (mg/nm 3 ) -- 20* (0.03 g/s) CL 2 (mg/nm 3 ) -- 9* (0.01 g/s) 6. Air Pollution Control Equipment Cyclone Separator with Bag filter Two Stage Scrubber * Permissible Limit PAGE 4-5

119 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT FIGURE ISOPLETHS OF SPM PROJECT TITLE: M/s. Anjaniya Industries COMMENTS: Isopleth of SPM MODELING OPTIONS: CONC, RURAL, FLAT, FLGPOL, DFAULT, MULTYR COMPANY NAME: M/s. Anjaniya Industries MODELER: OUTPUT TYPE: RECEPTORS: CONC km MAX: UNITS: DATE: PROJECT NO.: µg/m³ 3/22/2015 POST View - Lakes Environmental Software D:\MITESH\MODELLINg\MP\SPM.IS\PE00GALL.PLT PAGE 4-6

120 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT FIGURE ISOPLETHS OF SO 2 PROJECT TITLE: M/s. Anjaniya Industries COMMENTS: Isopleth of SO2 MODELING OPTIONS: CONC, RURAL, FLAT, FLGPOL, DFAULT COMPANY NAME: M/s. Anjaniya Industries MODELER: OUTPUT TYPE: RECEPTORS: CONC km MAX: UNITS: DATE: PROJECT NO.: µg/m³ 3/22/2015 POST View - Lakes Environmental Software D:\MITESH\MODELLINg\MP\SO2.IS\PE00GALL.PLT PAGE 4-7

121 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT FIGURE ISOPLETHS OF NO X PROJECT TITLE: M/s. Anjaniya Industries COMMENTS: Isopleth of NOx MODELING OPTIONS: CONC, RURAL, FLAT, FLGPOL, DFAULT COMPANY NAME: M/s. Anjaniya Industries MODELER: OUTPUT TYPE: RECEPTORS: CONC km MAX: UNITS: DATE: PROJECT NO.: µg/m³ 3/22/2015 POST View - Lakes Environmental Software D:\MITESH\MODELLINg\MP\NOX\NOX.IS\PE00GALL.PLT PAGE 4-8

122 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT FIGURE ISOPLETHS OF HCL PROJECT TITLE: M/s. Anjaniya Industries COMMENTS: Isopleth of HCl MODELING OPTIONS: CONC, RURAL, FLAT, FLGPOL, DFAULT COMPANY NAME: M/s. Anjaniya Industries MODELER: OUTPUT TYPE: RECEPTORS: CONC km MAX: UNITS: DATE: PROJECT NO.: µg/m³ 3/22/2015 POST View - Lakes Environmental Software D:\MITESH\MODELLINg\MP\HCl\HCL.IS\PE00GALL.PLT PAGE 4-9

123 0 0 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT FIGURE ISOPLETHS OF CL 2 PROJECT TITLE: M/s. Anjaniya Industries COMMENTS: Isopleth of CL2 MODELING OPTIONS: CONC, RURAL, FLAT, FLGPOL, DFAULT COMPANY NAME: M/s. Anjaniya Industries MODELER: OUTPUT TYPE: RECEPTORS: CONC km MAX: UNITS: DATE: PROJECT NO.: µg/m³ 3/22/2015 POST View - Lakes Environmental Software D:\MITESH\MODELLINg\MP\CL2\CL2.IS\PE00GALL.PLT PAGE 4-10

124 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT TABLE 4.2 SUMMERY OF ISCST3 MODEL OUTPUT FOR SPM, SO 2, NO x, HCl & Cl 2 SR. NO. LOCATIONS X, Y CO- ORDINATES SPM (µg/m 3 ) MAXIMUM CONCENTRATION SO 2 (µg/m 3 ) NO x (µg/m 3 ) HCl (µg/m 3 ) Cl 2 (µg/m 3 ) 1. Project Site (A1) (0, 0) Futtlab (A2) (-2000, -769) Ghosaliya (A3) (462, 154) Gadwada (A4) (5385, 1692) Amlipathar (A5) (1846, -923) Bedwali (A6) (-462, -1385) Meghnagar (A7) (-1692, -2154) Rakhadiya (A8) (-3385, 3538) SR.NO. X, Y CO-ORDINATES SPM (µg/m 3 ) MAXIMUM CONCENTRATION SO 2 NO x HCl (µg/m 3 ) (µg/m 3 ) (µg/m 3 ) Cl 2 (µg/m 3 ) 1. (462, 154) (462, 154) (462, 154) (1000, 1000) (1000, 1000) PAGE 4-11

125 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT TABLE: 4.3 PREDICTED AMBIENT AIR QUALITY Unit: µg/m 3 SR. NO. SAMPLING LOCATION SPM SO 2 NO X HCl Cl 2 1. Project Site (A1) BDL BDL 2. Futtlab (A2) BDL BDL 3. Ghosaliya (A3) BDL BDL 4. Gadwada (A4) BDL BDL 5. Amlipathar (A5) BDL BDL 6. Bedwali (A6) BDL BDL 7. Meghnagar (A7) BDL BDL 8. Rakhadiya (A8) BDL BDL NAAQS Limit BDL = Below Detectable Limit PAGE 4-12

126 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT NOISE ENVIRONMENT CONSTRUCTION PHASE IMPACTS Construction activities are likely to produce noise up to some considerable extent. During the construction phase of the project, there will be noise generation from earth moving equipment and material handling traffic. The noise generation level will be confined within the surrounding area of construction site. There will be short term, localized and reversible impact on ambient noise levels during the construction activities OPERATION PHASE IMPACTS Noise levels in and around the plant site were measured. These values represent status of Noise levels. The main sources of noise pollution in the plant will boiler and other noise generating units. Vehicular movements during operation phase for loading/unloading of raw and finished materials and other transportation activity may also increase noise level LAND USE AND SOIL QUALITY CONSTRUCTION PHASE IMPACT The significant topographical change is not expected due to construction activities. The construction of building will help in fixation of soil, thereby reducing the soil erosion. The plant is located in an industrial area OPERATION PHASE IMPACT The hazardous wastes generate from proposed plant will be Discarded Begs/ Containers and waste or spent oil. Discarded Begs/ Containers will be stored, reused or sale to MPPCB approved scrape vendor. Waste or spent oil will be reused as lubrication of Machinery or sell to registered recycler (MPPCB) and process waste & distillation residue from process. These Hazardous wastes will be stored in scientifically designed and constructed hazardous waste storage area within the premises with leachate collection system. Hence, there will not be major impact on the soil environment HOUSING Any permanent demand on existing housing facilities is considered as permanent impact. No township is constructed. Enough numbers of dwellings are available in nearby villages and PAGE 4-13

127 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT towns for accommodating extra workforce. On town or neighboring villages, the impact on this account is minimal ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS Raw materials such as different chemicals, solvents, etc. will be transported by road and stored in the plant premises. The company will maintain system for better performance in Quality, Environment, Occupational Health and safety. Hence, marginal impacts on this account are anticipated. The company is committed to adopt and implement all national and state legislation pertaining to workers safety, occupational health and in-plant and surrounding environment. M/s. Anjaniya Industries is committed for continuous improvement and sustainable development. Hence, company is able to take care of any environmental hazards within the plant premises Biological Environment There are no Forest, National Park and Protected Sanctuaries within the study area, no impact is anticipated on the same. Inspite of there being no impact, efforts will be made not only to maintain the ecological balance of the surroundings but also improve upon the same. The attributes that are identified to describe ecology are animals, birds, fish, field crops, threatened species, natural vegetation, etc. The study area does not have any identified endangered species, Forest, National Park, Sanctuaries and hence there is no question of any adverse impact on the same. Emphasis will be placed on social forestry programme wherein tree plantation would be undertaken within the plant premises. The tree plantation under this programme would help in absorbing atmospheric heat, noise as well as pollutants. Hence, all efforts will be put-up by M/s. Anjaniya Industries to maintain the ecological balance and improve the environment in terms of ecology and Green Belt development. PAGE 4-14

128 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT SOCIO - ECONOMIC IMPACTS EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES During construction phase, skilled and unskilled manpower will be needed. This will temporarily increase the employment opportunity. Secondary jobs are also bound to be generated to provide day-to-day needs and services to the work force. This will also temporarily increase the demand for essential daily utilities in the local market. The manpower requirement for the proposed project is expected to generate some permanent jobs and secondary jobs for the operation and maintenance of plant. This will increase direct / indirect employment opportunities and ancillary business development to some extent for the local population. The proposed project will create a beneficial impact on the local socio-economic environment DEMOGRAPHY, ECONOMICS, SOCIOLOGY AND HUMAN SETTLEMENT There are beneficial effects due to improved communication and that resulted in economic prosperity, better educational opportunities and access to better health and family welfare facilities. There will be a beneficial effect on human settlement due to employment opportunities from various industries in the area. There will be no displacement of population in plant area. Any major activity that may lead to resettlement of the people is considered as permanent impact. Hence, there will be no permanent impact on this account CULTURAL ENVIRONMENT The workers working in the industry are of different culture and religion. The interaction and intermingling of all these people will improve the understanding of various cultures. This will definitely improve strengthen friendliness, brotherhood and unity among them TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATION In brief, as a result of the proposed project there will be no adverse impact on sanitation, communication and community health, as sufficient measures have been proposed to be taken under the EMP. The proposed project is not expected to make any significant change in the existing status of the socio - economic environment of this region. PAGE 4-15

129 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT INFRASTRUCTURE AND SERVICES Water requirement will be met through Industrial Estate Water supply authority. Electric power 75 HP/Hr (MP Electricity Supply). Due to project there are minimal additional impacts on services such as road transport, communication facilities, etc. However, looking at the overall volume of transportation and communication in this area, the impact is marginal. As a result of M/s. Anjaniya Industries, neighboring areas will be developed for residential and commercial use. The infrastructure services e.g. roads, state transport, post and telegraph, communication, education and medical facilities, housing, etc. will be improved in the surrounding areas. The project has beneficial impacts on infrastructure & services. PAGE 4-16

130 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 4.3 MATRIX REPRESENTATION The parameters discussed are presented in the form of a matrix. The scores for various parameters and activities are presented in Table-4.4. Environmental Impact Assessment matrix with mitigation measures are presented in Table-4.5. The quantification of impact is done using numerical scores 0 to 5 as per the following criteria. Score Severity criteria 0 No impact 1 No damage 2 Slight/ Short-term effect 3 Occasional reversible effect 4 Irreversible/ Long-term effect 5 Permanent damage PAGE 4-17

131 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT Table-4.4 Potential Impacts & Mitigative Measures ENVIRONMEN TAL COMPONENTS Water Quality Air Quality Socio- Economic Terrestrial Ecology Noise Soil Infrastructure & Services Environmental Hazards POTENTIAL IMPACTS Deterioration of water quality Increase in PM, SO 2, NO X, HCl concentrations in ambient air. Overall growth & development of area, increased employment, improvement in infrastructure. No loss of habitat-flora & fauna, loss of agricultural land Increased noise level Deterioration of Soil quality Improved communication, transport, housing, educational & medical facilities Risk to environment & neighboring population SOURCES IMPACT OF Discharge of process effluents, sewage and utility waste water Process emissions, fugitive emissions & Utility stack emissions. Project activities MITIGATIVE MEASURE Domestic Wastewater will be discharged into septic tank/soak pit. Cyclone Separator with bag filter and Two Stage Scrubber systems will be provided to control the emission from the stack, Control equipment for fugitive emissions. Adequate stack heights. General area planning in advance by Development team of company. Project activities Maintain dense Green belt, Proper management of Hazardous waste, disposal of hazardous waste at secured landfill site. Project operation. Discharge Hazardous Waste, Waste Project. of Solid Handling and storage of chemicals, solvents & fuels. Noise abatement at generation point by engineering and Administration inputs & receptor Green belt. Hazardous Waste Sell To MPPCB Approved Recycler. Distillation residue Disposal at CHWI or sell to cement industry Process waste Disposal at TSDF or sell to cement industry Development has been gradual. Disaster management plan & Safe practices. REMARKS Minor adverse impact. Marginal adverse impacts. Minor increment in GLCs of pollutants however AAQ Standards are met. Minor adverse impacts on ambient air quality. Beneficial change. No impact. Marginal impact. Minor adverse impact. Beneficial impact. Insignificant impact. adverse PAGE 4-18

132 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT TABLE Environmental Impact Assessment Matrix with Mitigation Measures (Construction Phase) PROJECT ACTIVITIES PARAMETERS Excavation Water Requirement Civil Works Mechanical Works Equipment & Machine Operation Operation Landscaping Filling Surface Paving Misc. Human Activities Transportation active ities Demands of Public facility TOTAL PHYSICO-CHEMICAL PARAMETERS: Surface Water Quality Ground Water Quality Air Quality & Noise Soil Quality Land use /land cover ECOLOGICAL PARAMETERS: Forest/ Park/ Sant Flora & Fauna Aquatic Ecosystem SOCIAL PARAMETERS: Aesthetics Local housing Services Health & Safety ECONOMIC PARAMETERS: Agriculture Industries Employment TOTAL PAGE 4-19

133 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT TABLE (Contd.) Environmental Impact Assessment Matrix with Mitigation Measures (Operation Phase) PROJECT ACTIVITIES Commissioning & Operational Activities Water Requirement Domestic Activities & Waste Disposal Air emissions Fugitive emissions PARAMETERS PHYSICO-CHEMICAL PARAMETERS: Surface Water Qt Ground Water Qt Air Quality & Noise Soil Quality Land use / Land Cover ECOLOGICAL PARAMETERS: Forest/ Park/ Sanctuary Flora & Fauna Aquatic Ecosystem SOCIAL PARAMETERS: Local housing structure Services Health & Safety ECONOMIC PARAMETERS: Agriculture Industries Employment TOTAL Noise Haz. Waste generation Material Storage & Handling Hazard from Operations & Activities Breakdown of Control Equipments Transportation activities End use of products TOTAL PAGE 4-20

134 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 4.4 CONCLUSION It can be concluded from the matrix that the resultant impact is beneficial in the interest of common man, the society, the state and as the country as a whole. The benefits can be summarized as below: The proposed project will provide quality product at lower cost to the users. There should be positive impact on the socio-economic condition of the area in terms of direct and indirect employment due to the proposed project. Numbers of local trained persons are likely to find jobs. Country will save valuable foreign exchange as import of these products will reduce by corresponding amount. These products also have export potential. Hence, possibility of earning foreign exchange. PAGE 4-21

135 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 5.1 ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING PLAN CHAPTER-5: ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING PLAN Usually, as in the case of the study, an impact assessment study is carried out over short period of time and the data can not bring out all variations induced by the natural or human activities. Therefore, regular monitoring program of the environmental parameters is essential to take into account the changes in the environment. The objective of monitoring is: To verify the result of the impact assessment study in particular with regards to new developments. To follow the trend of parameters which have been identified as critical To check or assess the efficiency of controlling measures To ensure that new parameters, other than those identified in the impact assessment study, do not become critical through the commissioning of new project. To monitor effectiveness of Control Measures: Monitor daily, Assess effectiveness of the Control Measures being implemented, Explore the need to modify or add new Control Measures particularly if a violation is observed & Report weekly. Regular monitoring of environmental parameters will be made to find out any deterioration in environmental quality. Monitoring of the proposed project area will be regularly conducted. The attributes, which merit regular monitoring are specified underneath. PAGE 5-1

136 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 5.2 POST PROJECT MONITORING PLAN Environment monitoring plan for M/s. Anjaniya Industries has been described in Table:-5.1 along with Environment Components, parameter, standards to be followed, location and frequency. TABLE:-5.1 PROJECT ENVIRONMENT MONITORING PLAN Environmental Component Parameters Duration/ frequency AAQM at plant site PM 10, PM 2.5, SO 2, Once a month by NABL Lab. HCl, Cl 2 and NOx in Ambient Air Quality Temp., wind speed, Round the clock Monitoring Micrometeorological wind direction, measurements Relative Humidity Stack emission Parameters as per Once in a weekly/fortnightly monitoring of consent Once in six months by NABL emissions sources Lab. Fugitive monitoring emissions within -- Once in a Day the plant side Analysis of treated effluent NA NA PAGE 5-2

137 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT Ground water quality ph, TDS, TSS, Once in a season Noise Sulphates, Chlorides, BOD 3, COD Noise level in db(a) leq Once in season Soil testing Analysis of ph, Once in season Sulphates, Calcium, Magnesium, Chlorides, WHC, Porosity, etc. 5.3 LABORATORY FACILITIES Laboratory will be set up with manpower and facilities for self-monitoring of pollutants generated in the industry. The laboratory will be equipped with instruments and chemicals required for monitoring following pollution parameters. Water: ph, Temp, BOD3, COD, SS, TDS, etc. Ambient Air: PM 10, SO 2, NO x, HCl, Cl 2, PM 2.5 from ambient air. Meteorology: Wind speed and wind direction temperature, relative humidity and rainfall. PAGE 5-3

138 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT CHAPTER 7: 7.1 BACKGROUND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN The industry shall adopt a comprehensive Environmental management plan (EMP), which would cover several environmental protection measures, not only for abatement of environmental pollution resulting from the project, but also for the improvement in the ambient environment. The various components of the EMP are outlined in subsequent sections. 7.2 OBJECTIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN The main objectives in formulating the environment management plan are To treat all the pollutants, i.e. effluent, air emission, noise & hazardous waste, which contribute to the degradation of environment, with appropriate Technology To comply with all the regulations stipulated by central/state pollution control boards related to air emission and liquid effluents discharge as per Air & water pollution control laws. To handle hazardous waste as per Hazardous Waste (Management, Handling and Transboundary Movement) Third Amendment Rules, To encourage, support and conduct development work for the purpose of achieving environment standards and to improve methods of environment management. To promote further forestation in the surrounding areas of the plant. To create good working conditions (devoid of air & noise pollution) for employees. To reduce fire and accidental hazards. Perspective budgeting and allocation of funds for environment management expenditure. Continuous development and search for innovative technologies for better environment. To adopt cleaner production technology. PAGE 7-1

139 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 7.3 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT CELL Apart from having an environmental management plan, it is also necessary to have a permanent organizational set up charged with the task of ensuring effective implementation. In this effect, M/s. Anjaniya Industries has assigned responsibilities to officers from various disciplines to co-ordinate the activities concerned with management and implementation of environment control measures. An organogram of Environment management is shown in Figure 7.1. Basically, this department undertake the monitoring of environmental pollution level by measuring stack emissions, ambient air quality, water and effluent quality, Noise level, etc. either departmentally or appointing external agency whenever necessary. M/s. Anjaniya Industries will continue the regular monitoring in future to ensure that pollution is limited below prescribed limits and to take corrective action by either providing new equipment or improving the performance of existing pollution control equipment. PAGE 7-2

140 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT FIGURE ORGANOGRAM OF ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT CELL PARTNER GENERAL MANAGER EHS MANAGER/OFFICER OPEARTORS PAGE 7-3

141 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 7.4 ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT PLAN WATER ENVIRONMENT Construction Phase: The wastewater generation during the construction phase will be basically from construction activities and the sanitary units provided for the workers. Waste water will be disposed in septic tank & soak pit during construction phase. Operation Phase: The waste water generation during operation phase will be only domestic wastewater. The total wastewater generations will be 0.5 KL/Day. 0.5 KL/Day of wastewater shall be domestic and no wastewater shall be generated from industrial process, Cooling tower, scrubber, washing and boiler etc. The quantity of industrial wastewater generation will be Nil. 0.5 M 3 /Day Domestic wastewater will be treated and disposed in septic tank & soak pit. Water Conservation Close loop system of cooling water (Cooling tower conductivity controllers). Close loop Cooling System Rainwater harvesting is the method to conserve water. Reduce water consumption by proper housekeeping, utilizing low-flow, drip or microspray irrigation systems and technologies that reduce water loss. Use of water-saving techniques in washing and cleaning processes such as water circulation and counter-current washing. PAGE 7-4

142 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT Reduce and eliminate the water leakages in the pipes, bends, etc. Information for Rain Water Harvesting Rain Water harvesting method shall be adopted by Industry by developing various rain water harvesting ponds. A dedicated Storm water gutter will be provided throughout the site and divert all rain water to water harvesting ponds without any contamination. Total rainfall in Jhabua, Madhya Pradesh area was mm during rainy season of Hence, it is easily get filled up during first three to four week of monsoon season. Rest of surface runoff can be drained to natural drains discharging the water to Anas river. Since the rain water is free of salt and other dissolved solids, it can also be used for domestic purpose in plant offices after necessary primary purification /disinfection work. The main elements of rain water harvesting systems are: Catchments Conduits Storage facility Recharge facility AIR ENVIRONMENT Construction Phase During construction phase, dust emissions will be the main pollutant, which would be generated from the site development activities and vehicular movement on the road. Suitable control measures will be adopted as per a dust control plan. The dust generated will also be fugitive in nature, which will be controlled by suitable mitigation measures like sprinkling of water. The impacts on the air environment could be negated on exercising controls such as sprinkling of water along unpaved roads, provision of acoustic enclosures to construction of machinery, setting up of construction yards away from habitations, etc. Operation Phase Emission at M/s. Anjaniya Industries will be in the form of the gases from stack attached to boiler & process vent. PAGE 7-5

143 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT Cyclone Separator with bag filter and Two Stage Scrubber will be installed to reduce the emission. Adequate height of stack will be installed for all the point source for effective dispersion of gaseous emission. Moreover, regular monitoring of stacks shall be carried out to check the emissions. In case emission exceeds, the corrective measures should immediately be taken and records of the same should be maintained. In case of failure of any air pollution control equipments, the process activities will be Stopped. Air Pollution Control Equipments Steam Boiler: Cyclone Separator with bag filter and Stack of 30 m height will be installed. Process Vent: Two Stage Scrubber and Stack of 11 m height will be installed. Action plan to control ambient air quality as per NAAQES Standards for PM 10, PM 2.5, SO 2 and NO X as per GSR 826(E) dated 16 th November, Regular ambient air quality monitoring shall be carried out within premises and nearby area for PM 10, PM 2.5, SO 2 and NO x. Occasionally ambient air quality shall also to be monitored for work area to check fugitive emissions, if any. A greenbelt around the factory and near the possible source of fugitive emissions should be developed for reducing the air pollution and attenuation of noise. Cleaner technology shall be adopted. Control of fugitive emissions Closed handling system shall be provided for chemicals. Entire area of operation will be concreted in order to reduce dust generation. All the Flange joints of the pipe lines which carry solvents will be covered with flange guards. All the rotating equipments like pumps will be installed with Mechanical Seals to arrest any sort of emissions. Water spraying on roads should be done regularly. PAGE 7-6

144 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT PLANS FOR MANAGEMENT AND DISPOSAL OF WASTE STREAMS TO BE GENERATED FROM SPILLAGE, LEAKAGES, OCCASIONAL REACTOR WASH ETC. The emissions are normally defined as emissions to the atmosphere resulting from leaking piping sources and equipments such as valves, flanges, pump seals, connections, and compressor seals open end lines and pressure relief valves. The emissions are not visually observed but can be measured in relatively low concentration at each area of source. Fugitive emissions are expected to be generated during construction and operation stages of the proposed project. During construction stage, main source of fugitive emission is dust which is expected mainly due to movement of vehicles carrying construction material and vehicles used for construction. During operation stage, leakage through valves, pumps, emission from open drum containing chemicals, open feeding; storage tanks, etc. are the major sources of fugitive emissions of organic chemicals and VOCs. Excess use of solvent may also results fugitive emission from the process vessels. The above will be controlled by having proper scrubbing system will be done through closed system. Proper maintenance schedule will be adhered to avoid emissions through flange joints, pump seals etc. Proper gland packing is always maintained for pumps and valves and to the extent possible pumps will be with mechanical seal. M/s. Anjaniya Industries shall have fully close system. Adequate dust collector will be installed to control of fugitive emission during loading of raw material and product. All the Flange joints of the pipe lines which carry solvents will be covered with flange guards. All the rotating equipments like pumps will be installed with Mechanical Seals to arrest any sort of emissions. A regular preventive maintenance schedule will be in place to replace or rectify all gaskets and joints etc as a part of ISO systems to ensure no fugitive emissions shall take place. Following measures will be adopted to prevent and control fugitive emissions: 1. Airborne dust at all transfers operations/ points will be controlled either by spraying water or providing enclosures. PAGE 7-7

145 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 2. Care will be taken to store construction material properly to prevent fugitive emissions, if any. 3. Adequate ventilation will be provided. 4. Regular maintenance of valves, pumps, flanges, joints and other equipment will be done to prevent leakages and thus minimizing the fugitive emissions of VOCs. 5. Entire process will be carried out in the closed reactors with proper maintenance of pressure and temperature. 6. Periodic monitoring of work area will be carried out to check the fugitive emission. 7. To eliminate chances of leakages from glands of pumps, mechanical seal will be provided at all solvent pumps. 8. Stand by pumps will be provided on all scrubbers. Besides, scrubbers will be equipped with on-line ph meter with hooter system for better operational control. 9. Close feeding system will be provided for centrifuges. Centrifuge and filtrate tank vents will be connected to vent chillers. 10. Minimum number of flanges, joints and valves in pipelines. 11. Regular inspection of floating roof seals and proper preventive maintenance of roofs and seals for tanks. 12. Fugitive emission over reactors, formulation areas, centrifuges, chemical loading, transfer area, are collected through hoods and ducts by induced draft and controlled by scrubber/ dust collector. 13. Dedicated scrubbers are provided are used for fugitive emissions to control. 14. Enclosures to chemical storage area, collection of emission from loading of raw materials in particular solvents through hoods and ducts by induced draft, and control by scrubber / dust collector to be ensure NOISE ENVIRONMENT During Construction Phase Following measures shall be taken for abatement of noise during construction phase: Noise emissions from construction equipment will be kept to a minimum by regular maintenance. Heavy and noisy construction jobs shall be avoided during night hours. PAGE 7-8

146 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT During Operation Phase However, due to the attenuation of noise level within the factory and due to the fact that the project site is situated in a well developed industrial area and not in the immediate vicinity of human settlement, significant impact is not expected in the nearest present human settlement. The volume of transport vehicles to be handled is very low. The company shall develop a green belt around the periphery of the premises, which shall act as a barrier to the propagation of noise from the factory premises. This shall further reduce the noise levels appreciably. It is recommended to measure and maintain records of noise level at various places within and outside factory premises. Manufacturers/suppliers of major noise generating equipment/ machines like compressors, generators should be asked to take required measures for minimizing the noise levels generated by machines by using noise absorbing material for various enclosures or using appropriate design/ technology for fabricating/ assembling the machines. Audiometric tests should be conducted periodically for the employees working close to the high noise sources. Following measures shall be adopted for abatement of noise during operation phase: Acoustic laggings, enclosures and silencers shall be provided wherever necessary for high noise generating equipment. Strict implementation/ compliance of all statutory norms w.r.t. noise generation, occupational exposure shall be done. Use of personal protective devices such as ear-muffs and ear-plugs shall be strictly enforced. Acoustic barriers / shelter shall be developed in noisy workplaces. Noise generating sources in the plant areas shall be monitored regularly. Monitoring of ambient noise levels should also be carried out regularly both inside the premises as well as outside the greenbelt. PAGE 7-9

147 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT LAND ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT OF SOLID & HAZARDOUS WASTE Four categories of hazardous wastes will be generated from the proposed plant. Collection, Storage, Transportation & Disposal mode for the hazardous wastes will be followed as per Hazardous Waste (Management, Handling & Trans-boundary Movement) Third Amendment Rules, These Hazardous wastes will be stored in scientifically designed and constructed hazardous waste storage area within the premises with leachate collection system. Record of hazardous waste generation and disposal shall be maintained on printed logbook. All necessary precautions shall be taken during handling, loading and unloading of hazardous wastes. Storage of Hazardous Waste: Hazardous waste shall not be stored for a period more than 90 days. And shall maintain records and make them available for inspection. Store at a designated Onsite-secured area that affords protection from sun & rain fall, spreading of leachate, mixing of wastes etc. Transportation of Hazardous Waste: Properly packed & labeled waste transport through dedicated vehicle to a captive facility/ authorized TSDF facility. Disposal of Hazardous Waste: Waste Or Spent Oil Sell to MPPCB Approved recyclers or Reused for Oiling in Machinery Discarded Begs & Containers Reused or Sale to MPPCB Approved Scrape Vendor Distillation Residue Disposal at CHWI or sell to cement industry Process Waste Disposal at TSDF or sell to cement industry Hazardous Waste Minimization Planning and Organization PAGE 7-10

148 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 1. Get Management commitment 2. Set overall assessment program goals 3. Organize assessment program task force Assessment phase 1. Collect process and facility data 2. Prioritize and select assessment target 3. Select People for assessment teams 4. Review data and inspect site 5. Generate options 6. Screen and select options for further study Feasibility analysis phase 1. Technical Evaluation 2. Economic Evaluation 3. Select options for implementation Implementation phase 1. Justify projects and obtain funding 2. Install facilities 3. Implement procedures for operation and maintenance 4. Evaluate performance GREEN BELT DEVELOPMENT Tree plantation is one of the effective remedial measures to control the Air pollution and noise pollution. It also causes aesthetics and climatologically improvement of area as well as sustains and supports the biosphere. It is an established fact that trees and vegetation acts as a vast natural sink for the gaseous as well as particulate air pollutants due to enormous surface area of leaves. It also helps to attenuate the ambient noise level. Plantation around the pollution sources control the air pollution by filtering the air particulate and interacting with gaseous pollutant before it reaches to the ground. Tree plantation also acts as buffer and absorber against accidental release of pollutants. The main objective of the green belt is to provide a barrier between the plant and surroundings areas. M/s. Anjaniya Industries will develop green belt within factory premises. About 1500 sq. meter of the total land area is available and Company is proposing 295 sq. meter (20%) for green belt. PAGE 7-11

149 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT Plantation Details Actual Status of Plantation/Green Belt Trees species to be planted at plant are in line with trees species recommended in CPCB s guidelines for developing Greenbelts. For plantation at the plant in future, it is suggested that these guidelines should also be followed for selecting pollutants tolerant and absorbent species. (a.) Species of tree planted Green Belt Avenue Trees Shrubs Above 3m height Below 3m height Jamun Alstonia Bamboo Pentas var. Aam Pinkcaassia Bahunia Galphemia Sitaphal Spethodia Large stomia Miniature bamboo Khajur Paras, papal Cordia Jestropha Seja Pendula Karen Hibiscus var. Pilu Gulmohar Gulltora Braya Imli Jackranda Tecoma var. Palmbago capensis Neem Bignonia Tagari Acalypha var. Arjun Largestomia Russolia Sisoo Cadamba Duranta var. Pipal Lantana var. Mahua Cassia biflora Babul Ixora var. Gunja Vinca Lasora Croton Rohan Cana (b.) Co-relation of Trees with pollution control Trees Air pollution Dust Noise Salt Trees Nilgiri Karen Pendula Neem Neem Pangara Pendulla Bahunia Peltophorum Gulmohar Babool Neem Paras pipal Jamun Cadamba Bogunvelia Cassia fistula Pendula Vinca Croton Tecoma var. Spethodia Alstonia Gulmohar Jackranda Places: Green-Belt Plant Area Plant Area Plant Area And green belt Plant Area PAGE 7-12

150 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT GREEN BELT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME YEAR NO. OF TREES/PLANTS TO BE PLANTED IN PLANT AREA HEALTH AND SAFETY Health hazards associated with the occupation are called occupational hazards. In chemical industry due to handling of toxic and hazardous chemicals there are possibilities of developing occupational diseases. M/s. Anjaniya Industries shall carry out the following checks to curb the problem: i) Pre - employment medical check up at the time of employment. ii) Annual medical check up shall be done for all employees. iii) iv) First aid training shall be given to the employees. Monitoring of occupational hazards like noise, ventilation, chemical exposure shall be carried out at frequent intervals, the records of which shall be documented. All precautions shall be taken to avoid foreseable accidents like spillage, fire and explosion hazards and to minimize the effect of any such accident and to combat any emergency at site level. Some of the preventive safety measures shall be taken to minimize the risk of accident with respect to Technical Safety, Organizational Safety and Personal Safety are listed below: The factory shall take all reasonably practicable measures to minimize the risk of such accident in compliance with the legal obligation under the relevant safety. All building plans and installations shall be as per relevant acts and duly approved by competent government authorities. Process and Equipment shall be designed by qualified and experienced professionals and fabricated to applicable national/international codes with stage wise inspection. Pressure Relief Valves and rupture disks shall be installed on the reactor and jackets wherever required. PAGE 7-13

151 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT Hazardous processes shall be operated by trained workers and shall be looked after by qualified & experienced supervisors. Safety features such as fire extinguishers, fire hydrant system and suitable Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) shall be provided. Regular operations and testing of fire hydrant system and fire extinguishers shall be carried out. Suitable provisions for control of critical process/storage parameters within specified safe limits (use of pressure relief valves, rupture discs, safety valves, trip circuits, wherever necessary) shall be done. Use of flameproof electrical equipment, flame arresters and breather valves shall be done. Provision of Earthing and lighting arrestor to prevent electrical fires and explosions in flammable/explosive chemicals storage/processing areas shall be done. Periodic inspection and testing of pressure vessels, equipment, machineries and equipment handling hazardous substances shall be done. Training of workers and Staff shall be given for fire fighting, work permit system, first aid, safe handling of hazardous chemicals and integrating safety, in all activities. Adequate scrubber system shall be provided to control air pollution. Good housekeeping in factory premises shall be ensured. Accident/Incident reporting system and information of employees about the same shall be done for better awareness. Suitable notices/boards shall be displayed at several locations indicating appropriate hazards warning as well as DOs and DON Ts for ensuring operational and personal Safety for information of workers/staff and visitors. Details of the Evacuation plan shall be distributed among the workers. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) like goggles, safety shoes, helmet, apron, earplugs, facemask & clothing shall be provided to employees as per the job requirements. The company shall prepare a comprehensive on - site emergency plan with well-defined responsibilities to face any eventuality caused under adverse circumstances and unforeseen reason. PAGE 7-14

152 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 7.5 TOTAL COST OF THE PROJECT ALONGWITH TOTAL CAPITAL COST AND RECURRING COST/ANNUM FOR ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION CONTROL MEASURES. Total costs of the project will Rs. 2.5 Crore. Capital cost of air & water pollution control system and environmental monitoring equipments will be Rs. 17 Lakhs. 7.6 RECYCLING, REUSE AND CLEANER PRODUCTION OPTIONS Second wash of plant/ equipment will be re-used as first wash in the same equipment/ reactor to reduce fresh water consumption. Closed feeding system in centrifuge. 7.7 MEASURES FOR CONSERVATION OF ENERGY M/s. Anjaniya Industries shall adopt various measures for energy conservation: Energy efficient machineries will be used during operation phase. Installation of economizer & high efficiency burner on steam boilers. Company shall try to utilize renewable sources of energy for conservation of nonrenewable sources of energy. Enough care will be taken to prevent/minimize energy losses at each stage. External lights will be controlled through timers for auto on/off function based on timings. The cable size will be selected so as to minimize the power losses. Efficient lamps and ballasts. Replacement of conventional lighting fixture by more energy efficient fittings. Installation of improved insulation over the High Pressure (HP) steam line to reduce the heat loss. 7.8 SKILLED AND TRAINED MANPOWER Employment would be as per prevailing norms of state government for skilled and trained people for the proposed plant. The company has sufficient skilled manpower for the project and our technical, administration and other staff are sufficient to take care of the proposed plant. Total Permanent employees will be approx. 15. PAGE 7-15

153 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 7.9 SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTAL ACTIVITIES Various Programs/ Projects related to Social & Economic development of surrounded area has been planned, which are as follows. A) Natural Resource Management The main focus of this program will be to maximize the yield returns of the farmers through efficient management of existing resources & extension of new agricultural practices. 1) Integrated Agricultural Growth Project For improvement and use of the modern techniques and thereby would certainly contribute to prosperity in the agriculture sector and reduce the rural poverty by programs like Farmers Training, Nursery Growing Trainings, Modern agriculture equipment distribution programs etc. 2) Animal Husbandry Projects Various programs like health checkups & treatment, vaccination program, Anti sterility camps, breed improvement etc. will be carried out. B) Income Generation Program - 1) Establishment of Self helps groups. 2) Rural Entrepreneurship Development Program 3) Handcrafts Development Program 4) Vocational Training 5) Business process outsourcing C) Health, Education & Infrastructure 1) Aids Awareness Program 2) General Health Camps 3) Innovative Teaching Methods 4) Adult Education 5) Sanitation 6) Infrastructure Development Projects PAGE 7-16

154 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT CHAPTER 8: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 8.1 Introduction M/s. Anjaniya Industries - is planning to set up a multi-product facility in the state of Madhya Pradesh of basic organic and inorganic chemicals (Chloro Acetyl Chloride, Mono Chloro Acetic Acid) widely used in the Indian Industry for manufacturing of other products in the field of Textiles, Pharmaceuticals, Ceramics and other fields. Anjaniya Industries products will only be of premium quality using State-of- the-art Machinery, vigorous quality control but also of most comparable/competitive in rates. Their mission at Anjaniya Industries is to commence timely delivery of quality products surpassing customer s satisfactions. Their Endeavour will be to achieve customer delight & continual improvement of their quality management system and continue their research into developing new products related to their field. Their vision at Anjaniya Industries is to value their customers as the customer has every right as a buyer to evaluate the worthiness & standards of their suppliers. 8.2 Title of the project M/s. Anjaniya Industries planning to set up a unit for manufacturing of Chloro Acetyl Chloride and Mono Chloro Acetic Acid at Plot No. 37/A, AKVNL, Industrial Area, Meghnagar, Dist: Jhabua, Madhya Pradesh. 8.3 Land acquired Yes PAGE 8-1

155 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 8.4 Land Break-up Sr. No. Details Area in m 2 1 Land Break-Up i Processing Area 622 ii Non Processing Area 878 Total Plot Area 1500 Green Belt Cost of the project & Capital and recurring cost towards environment protection measures Total cost of the project is Rs. 2.5 Crore. Capital cost of air & water pollution control system and environmental monitoring equipments is Rs. 17 Lakhs. 8.6 List of Products Along With Production Capacity Sr. No. Products Quantity (MT/Month) 1. Chloro Acetyl Chloride Mono Chloro Acetic Acid 100 Total 250 By - Prodcut 1. Hydrochloric Acid (30%) List of Raw Materials Product Raw-material Quantity (MT/Month) Chloro Acetyl Chloride Mono Chloro Acetic Acid 150 Sulphur mono Chloride 33 Chlorine 93 Mono Chloro Acetic Acetic Acid 87 PAGE 8-2

156 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT Product Raw-material Quantity (MT/Month) Acid Sulphur mono Chloride 3.75 Chlorine 90 Acetic Anhydride Site specific meteorological data METEOROLOGICAL PARAMETER MONTH MARCH, 2014 APRIL, 2014 MAY, 2014 Temperature ( 0 C) Min Max Avg Relative Humidity (%) Min Max Avg Wind Speed (km/h) Min Max Avg Air Environment Air pollution control measures proposed Emission at M/s. Anjaniya Industries will be in the form of the gases from stack attached to proposed boiler and process vent. PAGE 8-3

157 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT Cyclone Separator with bag filter and Two Stage Scrubber will be installed to reduce the emission. Adequate height of stack will be provided for all the point sources for effective dispersion of gaseous emission. Moreover, regular monitoring of stacks shall be carried out to check the emissions. In case emission exceeds, the corrective measures should immediately be taken and records of the same should be maintained. In case of failure of any air pollution control equipments, the process activities will be stopped. Air Pollution Control Equipments Steam Boiler: Cyclone Separator with bag filter and Stack of 30 m height will be installed. Process Vent: Two Stage Scrubber 8.10 Water Environment Water Consumption and Waste Water Generation Sr. No. Section Water Consumption (KL/Day) Waste Water Generation (KL/Day) 1 Process NIL NIL 2 Boiler 5 NIL 3 Cooling Tower 6 NIL 4 APCE 2.7 NIL Total Industrial 5 Domestic Gardening 0.3 NIL Total (KL/Day) Note: The quantity of industrial wastewater generation will be NIL The domestic wastewater shall be disposed off through septic tank/soak pit system. PAGE 8-4

158 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT WATER BALANCE DIAGRAM Raw Water: 15 KL/Day Domestic: 1 KL/Day Boiler: 5 KL/Day Cooling Tower: 6 KL/Day APCE: 2.7 KL/Day & Gardening: 0.3 KL/Day Septic Tank/Soak Pit: 1 KL/Day 8.11 Noise Environment The objective of the noise pollution survey around the project site was to identify existing noise sources and to measure background noise levels. The study was carried out in the following steps: Reconnaissance Identification of noise sources and measurement of noise levels Measurement of noise levels due to transportation Community noise levels 8.12 Land Environment Solid / hazardous waste management and disposal SR. HAZARDOUS WASTE SCHEDULE QUANTITY DISPOSAL METHODS NO. 1. Discarded Begs & Containers Nos./Month Collection, Storage, Reused or Sale to MPPCB Approved Scrape Vendor after decontamination 2. Waste Or Spent Oil Lit/Year Collection, Storage, Reused for Oiling in Machinery or Sale To MPPCB Approved Recycler PAGE 8-5

159 ANJANIYA INDUSTRIES ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT & RISK ASSESSMENT REPORT 3. Process Waste MT/Month Collection, Storage, Transportation and Disposal at Nearest TSDF or sell to Cement Industry 4. Distillation Residue MT/Month Collection, Storage, Transportation and sell to Cement Industry for Coprocessing OR Disposal at Common Incineration Site 8.13 Storage Details of Hazardous Chemicals Sr. No. Name of the Hazardous Substance Maximum Storage Mode of Storage 1 Acetic Anhydride 1 MT Drum (5 Nos.) 2 Acetic Acid 5 MT Tank (1 No.) 3 Chlorine 9 MT Cylinder (10 Nos.) 4 MCA 5 MT Tank (1 No.) Actual Storage State & Operating pressure & temperature Possible type of Hazards 200 Lit NTP Flammable/ Toxic 5 MT NTP Corrosive 900 Kg NTP Toxic 5 MT NTP Corrosive 8.14 Power Requirement Power requirement: 75 HP/Hr (MP Electricity Supply) Fuel Requirement: Sr. Fuel No. 1 Waste wood/wood Briquettes Consumption 3 MT/Day (for Boiler) 8.15 Green belt Development The main objective of the green belt is to provide a barrier between the plant and surroundings areas. M/s. Anjaniya Industries will develop green belt within factory premises. About 1500 sq. meter of the total land area is available. Company is proposing 295 square meters (20 %) for green belt. PAGE 8-6

160 CHAPTER 9: DISCLOSURE OF CONSULTANTS ENGAGED Aqua-Air Environmental Engineers Pvt. Ltd. Environmental Management Consultants & Equipments Supplier NABL LABORATORY ISO 9001:2008 Certified Company M/S. AQUA AIR ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERS PVT. LTD. 403, CENTER POINT, NR. KADIWALA SCHOOL, RING ROAD, SURAT (GUJARAT) TEL: +91 (261) / / / TELEFAX: +91 (261) / WEBSITE: 1

161 COMPANY PROFILE Aqua-Air Environmental Engineers Pvt. Ltd. is a Surat based company; one of the leading and multidiscipline Environmental Management Consulting firms of the region. Aqua-Air Environmental Engineers Pvt. Ltd. was founded by Mr. Jayesh S. Patel & Mrs. Archana J. Patel on May 7, 2008 and Aqua-Air Environmental Engineers Pvt. Ltd. was registered under the companies Act on May 7, Office having 3756 Sq. Ft. of area covering EC/EIA Department, R & D Centre (Environmental Laboratory), Consent (NOC/CC&A) Department, ETP/Civil Department and Account Department, Library, Conference room and Administration Department, etc. with experienced and qualified staff to render services in the field of Environmental Management of various types of industries. Aqua-Air Environmental Engineers Pvt. Ltd. has a well-established track record in monitoring legislation and developing and implementing strategies for organizations that enable them to manage the impact of environmental issues on their business. The company has built a reputation for delivering innovative and practical solutions to environment related business issues. These solutions help our clients to achieve successful business outcomes and make sustainable environment serving improvements within their business operations. Aqua-Air Environmental Engineers Pvt. Ltd. started the process for ISO/IEC 17025:2005 Accrediation by NABL, New Delhi for the Competence Testing & Calibration Laboratories on June 24, 2008 and submitted the application (Version No. 10) to NABL, New Delhi for ISO/IEC 17025:2005 registration on October 7, After final assessment and Non-Conformances resolved and corrective actions taken against the Non-Conformances, Laboratory Department - Aqua-Air Environmental Engineers Pvt. Ltd. was accredited with the certification of ISO/IEC 17025:2005 on October 19, Certification of ISO/IEC 17025:2005 is valid up to June 4, M/S. AQUA AIR ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERS PVT. LTD. 403, CENTER POINT, NR. KADIWALA SCHOOL, RING ROAD, SURAT (GUJARAT) TEL: +91 (261) / / / TELEFAX: +91 (261) / WEBSITE: 2

162 Aqua-Air Environmental Engineers Pvt. Ltd. started the process for ISO 9001:2008 registration for Quality Management System on December 1, 2009 and submitted the application for ISO 9001:2008 registration on March 4, After final assessment, Aqua-Air Environmental Engineers Pvt. Ltd. was certified from ANAB by M/s. Intertek System Certification on May 4, Certificate of ISO 9001:2008 is valid upto May 4, Aqua-Air Environmental Engineers Pvt. Ltd. started the process for EIA Consultant Organization accreditation under National Accreditation Board for Education And Training (NABET)/Quality Council of India (QCI), New Delhi on January 7, 2010 and submitted the application (Rev. 06) for EIA Consultant Organization accreditation under NABET, New Delhi on April 8, Office assessment was done by external NABET/QCI auditors on 3/2/2011 to 4/2/2011. NABET/QCI closed the application of Aqua-Air Environmental Engineers Pvt. Ltd. on March 15, Aqua-Air Environmental Engineers Pvt. Ltd. filed SCA in Hon ble High Court of Gujarat against MoEF, QCI & NABET, New Delhi on April 13, Hon ble High Court of Gujarat issued stay order against operation of all OMs (related to NABET/QCI Scheme) of MoEF, New Delhi for the company on Jan. 24, Aqua-Air Environmental Engineers Pvt. Ltd. received the Certificate of Registration of Trade Mark, Section 23 (2), Rule 62 (1) from Trade Marks Registry, Govt. of India on January 18, The company s work is spread over all the region of Gujarat in India. Company have already conducted EIA studies and EIA / EMP reports prepared for more than 276 units that includes Water related Projects / Pesticide Industry Projects / Textile Industry Projects / Sugar Industry Projects / Chemical Industries / Chemical Fertilizer Industry Projects / Cement Plants / Thermal Power Plants / Mining Projects / Infrastructure Projects / Construction Projects / Distilleries / Petrochemical Industry Projects/ SEZ Project/ CRZ Project etc. Company's NABL Accredited Testing Laboratory has conducted Environmental Monitoring & Analysis with Environmental Institute and Gujarat Pollution Control Board in Industrial Estates of Ankleshwar, Panoli & Jhagadia. Company is also doing Turnkey/Consulting Projects for M/s. BASF (Detail M/S. AQUA AIR ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERS PVT. LTD. 403, CENTER POINT, NR. KADIWALA SCHOOL, RING ROAD, SURAT (GUJARAT) TEL: +91 (261) / / / TELEFAX: +91 (261) / WEBSITE: 3

163 Engineering for Effluent Treatment Plant) & M/s. Reva Proteins Ltd. (Design of Effluent Treatment Plant, supply of mechanical items, Commissioning and operation of Effluent Treatment Plant). M/S. AQUA AIR ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERS PVT. LTD. 403, CENTER POINT, NR. KADIWALA SCHOOL, RING ROAD, SURAT (GUJARAT) TEL: +91 (261) / / / TELEFAX: +91 (261) / WEBSITE: 4

164 2. ABOUT US Aqua-Air Environmental Engineers Pvt. Ltd. has registered office in one of the top five fastest growing cities of India Surat. We are one of the most trusted and reliable environmental and engineering consultancy service providers. With complete hold in the related domain and proficiency, we execute our work all over Gujarat region. In addition to engineering consultancy, we also execute turnkey projects for effluent treatment plants at the client's site. Aqua-Air Environmental Engineers Pvt. Ltd is: One of the leading companies in the region providing high quality services in environmental engineering to the best of client's satisfaction. Posses a well - developed design office with Computer Center and Laboratory -cum- R&D Center to carry out designing and analysis in the field of environmental engineering. Recognized as Schedule-II Environmental Auditor under the Environment Audit Scheme proposed by the Hon'ble High Court of Gujarat. Listed with Gujarat Pollution Control Board as Consultants and proposing to get enlisted with GPCB as Pollution Control Equipment Suppliers. Going to become a member of Consulting Engineers Association of India. Having well-developed library to render services in the field of environmental auditing, consulting, monitoring and analysis. 3. ACHIEVEMENTS 1. Registered under the companies Act on May 7, Gujarat Pollution Control Board Recognized Schedule II Environmental Auditor on Dec. 24, Certificate of ISO 9001:2008 received on May 4, Import Export Licence received from Government of India on May 31, Solvency Certificate of Rs. 1,40,00,000/- received from Bank of India, Gopipura branch, Surat on Sept. 3, M/S. AQUA AIR ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERS PVT. LTD. 403, CENTER POINT, NR. KADIWALA SCHOOL, RING ROAD, SURAT (GUJARAT) TEL: +91 (261) / / / TELEFAX: +91 (261) / WEBSITE: 5

165 5. Certificate of National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories (NABL) received on Oct. 15, Certificate of Registration of Trade Mark, Section 23 (2), Rule 62 (1) from Trade Marks Registry, Govt. of India on Jan. 18, Certificate of Authorization as dealer in India received from Spectrum Technologies, Inc., USA on May 1, Gujarat Pollution Control Board Recognized Schedule II Environmental Auditor on May 04, Certificate of ISO 9001:2008 received on April 01, (Reassessment). And Certificate is valid upto May 04, Certificate of National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories (NABL) received on June 05, (Reassessment). And Certificate of NABL is valid upto June 04, Gujarat Pollution Control Board Recognized Schedule II Environmental Auditor on January 4, (Reassessment). And Certificate of Gujarat Pollution Control Board Recognized Schedule II Environmental Auditor is valid upto January 17, SERVICE PROVIDE M/s. AQUA-AIR ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERS PVT. LTD. offers following specialized services in Environmental Engineering, Water Supply Engineering and Civil Engineering. 4.1 TURN KEY/BOOT/BOO PROJECTS ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING Detailed design Construction Fabrication Piping Electrification Supply Erection Testing and Commissioning of Effluent Treatment Plants (ETPs) Sewage Treatment Plants (STPs) Water Treatment Plants (WTPs) Common Effluent Treatment Plants (CETPs) Recycling Plants (RPs) Zero Discharge Plants (ZDPs) Incineration System Plants (ISPs) Hazardous waste Storage areas (HWSAs) Secured/ Sanitary Landfill Facilities Bio Medical Waste (BMW) Treatment Facilities on a turnkey or BOOT/BOO basis CIVIL ENGINEERING M/S. AQUA AIR ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERS PVT. LTD. 403, CENTER POINT, NR. KADIWALA SCHOOL, RING ROAD, SURAT (GUJARAT) TEL: +91 (261) / / / TELEFAX: +91 (261) / WEBSITE: 6

166 Construction of Water Treatment Plan Sewage Treatment plant Industrial Wastewater Treatment plant Elevated Service Reservoirs (ESRs) Underground Reservoirs (UGRs) Sewage Pumping Stations, etc. M/S. AQUA AIR ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERS PVT. LTD. 403, CENTER POINT, NR. KADIWALA SCHOOL, RING ROAD, SURAT (GUJARAT) TEL: +91 (261) / / / TELEFAX: +91 (261) / WEBSITE: 7

167 4.2 CONSULTING ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING 1. Complete study of the Pollution Problem in industries from wastes generation to disposal and providing necessary technical knowledge like How including design Zero Discharge Plants (ZDPs) Basic engineering, detailed engineering Recycling plants (RPs) for reuse of water upto maximum extent Water Treatment Plants (WTPs) Tender preparation for Effluent Treatment Plants (ETPs) for industrial wastewater Sewage Treatment Plants (STPs) for residential wastewater Common Effluent Treatment Plants (CETPs) for more than two industries Incineration System Plants (ISPs) for various nonbiodegradable or toxic industrial wastes on Consulting basis Design of Hazardous waste Storage area and Consultancy Services for Secured/ Sanitary Landfill Facilities Design and Consultancy Services for Bio Medical Waste Treatment Facilities. 2. Water Supply Distribution System Analysis Design 3. Laboratory Analysis of Air Water Sewage 4. Process Study Reduce the pollution at source 5. Pollution Control Facility Performance study of existing 6. Environment Management Environmental Clearance from MoEF New Delhi or DoEF Gandhinagar Environmental statements 7. Statutory Requirements under Factory Act Safety Audit On-site / Off-site Emergency Plan 8. For Various Energy Conservation Schemes Energy Audit Tender preparation Waste Water Industrial Effluent Industrial Sludge Reuse / Recycle effluent Suggesting scheme for the optimization of the facility Environmental Impact Assessment Studies (EIAs) Short term (Rapid) Long term (Comprehensive) Environmental Auditing HAZOP study Design M/S. AQUA AIR ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERS PVT. LTD. 403, CENTER POINT, NR. KADIWALA SCHOOL, RING ROAD, SURAT (GUJARAT) TEL: +91 (261) / / / TELEFAX: +91 (261) / WEBSITE: 8

168 9. Environmental Management System Preparing Adequacy Report 10. Operation and Maintenance (O& M) Effluent Treatment Plants (ETPs) Sewage Treatment Plants (STPs) 11. Air Monitoring Ambient Air Vent 12. Design of Pollution Control Equipment Cyclone Scrubbers Bag Filters, fume extraction systems Blowers Aerators Agitators 13. Pollution Control Effluent Survey Environmental review of Pollution control equipment and systems 14. Consulting Service NOC Water Consent Preparing Efficacy Report Water Treatment Plants (WTPs) Stack Flash mixers Reaction Vessels Clariflocculators Scrapper Mechanisms Incinerators Scrubbers, etc. Feasibility Studies Laboratory bench scale Treatability studies Pilot Plant studies etc. Air Consent Hazardous Waste Authorization Application, etc. 15. As per requirements under Factory Act-1948 and Gujarat Factory Rules Monitoring filling up Form-37 Analysis of Work Area Environment 16. Technical Consultation & assistance to ensure and assure compete Environ-Legal compliance Liaison with statutory bodies in order to get the Clearance required permits Consents 4.3 EQUIPMENT MFG. /TRADING ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING 1. Manufacture and supply of Pollution Control Equipment such as Incinerators With scrubbers Autoclaves Hydro-claves Fixed Aerators Floating Aerators Submersible Aerators (EOLO2) Submersible Mixers (RIO or BRIO) M/S. AQUA AIR ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERS PVT. LTD. 403, CENTER POINT, NR. KADIWALA SCHOOL, RING ROAD, SURAT (GUJARAT) Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF) units Cyclone Scrubbers Bag Filters Oil Skimmers Deoiler Pipes API separators TEL: +91 (261) / / / TELEFAX: +91 (261) / WEBSITE: 9

169 Cascade Aerators Clarifier mechanisms Agitators Clariflocculator Clariflocculator mechanism Flash mixes Oil skimmers Vacuum Drum filters Solid bowl centrifuges Filter presses Belt filters Reaction vessels Reverse Osmosis, etc. M/S. AQUA AIR ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERS PVT. LTD. 403, CENTER POINT, NR. KADIWALA SCHOOL, RING ROAD, SURAT (GUJARAT) TEL: +91 (261) / / / TELEFAX: +91 (261) / WEBSITE: 10

170 ANNEXURE NO. LIST OF ANNEXURES 1. National ambient air quality standards TITLE 2. CPCB recommendations for community noise exposure 3. CPCB standards classification of inland surface water 4. Indian standards specifications for drinking water 5. Indian standards for industrial and sewage effluents discharge 6. A copy of the mutual agreement for land acquisition signed with land oustees 7. Meteorological inputs (wind speed, m/s), wind direction, ambient air temperature, cloud cover, relative humidity & mixing height on hourly basis 8. Environmental Policy of the Company 9. Compliance to the recommendations mentioned in the CREP guidelines 10. TOR Letter 11. MSDS of chemicals 12. Stay Order against the accreditation with Quality Council of lndia (QCl) / National Accreditation Board of Education and Training (NABET) A-1

171 ANNEXURE - 1 NATIONAL AMBIENT AIR QUALITY STANDARDS (NAAQS) (2009) Sr. No. Pollutant Time Weighted Average Industrial Residential, Rural and Other Area Concentration in Ambient Air Ecologically Methods of Sensitive Area Measurement (notified by Central Government) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) 1 Sulphur Dioxide (SO 2 ), µg/m 3 Annual* 24 Hours** Improved West and Geake Ultraviolet fluorescence 2 Nitrogen Dioxide (NOx), µg/m 3 Annual* 24 Hours** 3 Particular Matter (size less than 10 µm) or PM10 µg/m 3 Annual* 24 Hours** 4 Particular Matter Annual* (size less than 2.5 µm) or PM2.5 µg/m 3 24 Hours** 5 Ozone (O 2 ) µg/m 3 8 Hours** 1 Hour** 6 Lead (Pb) µg/m 3 Annual* 7 Carbon Monoxide (CO) mg/m 3 8 Ammonia (NH 3 ) µg/m 3 24 Hours** 8 Hours** 1 Hour** Annual* 24 Hours** Modified Jacob & Hochheiser (Na- Aresenite) Chemiluminescence Gravimetric TOEM Beta attenuation Gravimetric TOEM Beta attenuation UV photometric Chemiluminescence Chemical Method AAS/ICP method after sampling on EPM 2000 or equivalent filter paper ED-XRF using Teflon filter Non Dispersive Infra Red (NDIR) Spectrology Chemiluminescence Indophenol blue method A-2

172 Sr. No. Pollutant Time Weighted Average Industrial Residential, Rural and Other Area Concentration in Ambient Air Ecologically Sensitive Area (notified by Central Government) Methods of Measurement (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) 9 Benzene (C 6 H 6 ) µg/m 3 Annual* Gas chromatography based continuous analyzer Absorption and Desorption followed by GC analysis 10 Benzo (a) Pyrene (BaP) particulate phase only, mg/m 3 Annual* Solvent extraction followed by HPCL/GC analysis 11 Arsenic (AS), mg/m 3 Annual* AAS/ICP method after sampling on EPM 2000 or equivalent filter paper 12 Nickel (Ni), mg/m 3 Annual* AAS/ICP method after sampling on EPM 2000 or equivalent filter paper * Annual arithmetic mean of minimum 104 measurements in a year at a particular site taken twice a week 24 hours at uniform intervals ** 24 hourly or 08 hourly or 1 hourly monitored values, as applicable, shall be complied with 98% of the time in a year. 2% of the time, they may exceed he limits but not on two consecutive days of monitoring. Note: Whenever and wherever monitoring results on two consecutive days of monitoring exceed the limits specified above for the respective category, it shall be considered adequate reason to institute regular or continuous monitoring and further investigation. A-3

173 ANNEXURE - 2 CPCB RECOMMENDATIONS FOR COMMUNITY NOISE EXPOSURE CATEGORY OF AREA Leq (dba) (DAYTIME) (0600 TO 2100 HRS) Ldn (dba) (NIGHT TIME) (2100 TO 0600 HRS) Industrial Area Commercial Area Residential Area Silence Zone A-4

174 ANNEXURE - 3 CLASSIFICATION OF INLAND SURFACE WATER (CPCB STANDARDS) SR CHARACTERISTICS NO. 1 Dissolved Oxygen (mg/l), Min 2 Biochemical Oxygen Demand (mg/l), Min 3 Total Coliform Organisms, MPN/100 ml, Max. 4 Total Dissolved Solids (mg/l), Max 5 Chlorides (as Cl - ), mg/l, Max. 6 Colour, Hazen units, Max 7 Sodium absorption ratio, Max 8 Boron (as B), mg/l, Max Sulphates (as SO -2 4 ), mg/l, Max. 10 Nitrates (as NO - 3 ), mg/l, Max 11 Free Ammonia (as N), mg/l, Max 12 Conductivity at 25 C, micromhos/cm, Max 13 ph value Arsenic (as As), mg/l, Max 15 Iron (as Fe), mg/l, Max Fluorides (as F), mg/l, Max 17 Lead (as Pb), mg/l, Max 18 Copper (as Cu), mg/l, Max 19 Zinc (as Zn), mg/l, Max *: If the Coliform count is found to be more than the prescribed tolerance limits, the criteria for coliforms shall be satisfied if not more than 20 percent of samples show more than the tolerance limits specified, and not more than 5 percent of samples show values more than 4 times the tolerance limit. Further, the feacal coliform should not be more than 20 percent of the coliform. A-5

175 ANNEXURE - 4 INDIAN STANDARDS/SPECIFICATIONS FOR DRIINKING WATER IS: SR NO. SUBSTANCES OR CHARCTER- ISTICS MAX 1 Colour, Hazen unit REQUIREME- NT (DESIRABLE LIMIT) UNDESIRABLE EFFECTS OUT-SIDE THE DESIRABLE LIMIT PERMISSIBLE LIMIT ABSENCE ALTERNATE SOURCE ESSENTIAL CHARACTERISTICS 5 Above this, consumer acceptance decreases IN OF METHOD OF TEST CI REF OF IS: of 3025, Odour Unobjectionable - 5 of 3025,198 3 REMARKS Extended upto 25 only if toxic substances are not suspected in absence of alternate Source. a. Test cold and when heated b. Test at several dilutions 3 Taste Agreeable - - Test to be conducted only after safety has been established 4 Turbidity, NTU 5 Above this, consumer acceptance decreases 5 ph Value Beyond this range the water will affect the mucous membrane and/or water supply system 6 Total Hardness mg/l (as CaCO 3 ) 300 Encrustation on water supply structure and adverse effects on domestic use 7 Iron (as Fe), mg/l 0.3 Beyond this limit,, taste/appearance are affected has adverse effect on domestic uses and water supply structures & promotes iron bacteria 8 Chlorides (as Cl - ) mg/l 9 Residual free chlorine, mg/l 250 Beyond this limit taste, corrosion and palatability are affected 10 8 Test to be conducted only after safety has been established No relaxation of 3025, of of 3025, To be applicable only when water is chlorinated tested at consumer end, when protection against viral infection is A-6

176 10 Dissolved Solids, mg/l 11 Calcium (as Ca) mg/l 12 Copper (as Cu), mg/l 13 Manganese (as Mn), mg/l 14 Sulphate (as SO 4-2 ), mg/l 15 Nitrate (as NO 3 - ), mg/l 16 Fluoride (as F - ), mg/l 17 Phenolic substances mg/l (as C 6 H 5 OH) 18 Mercury (as Hg), mg/l 19 Cadmium (as Cd), mg/l 20 Selenium (as Se) mg/l 21 Arsenic (As), mg/l DESIRABLE CHARACTERISTICS 500 Beyond this palatability decrease and may cause gastrointestinal irritation of of 3025, Astringent,taste discoloration of pipes, fittings and utensils will be caused beyond this 0.1 Astringent,taste discoloration of pipes, fittings and utensils will be caused beyond this 200 Beyond this causes gastrointestinal irritation when magnesium or sodium are present 45 Beyond this methaemoglobinemia 1.0 Fluoride may be kept as low as possible. High fluoride may cause fluorosis Beyond this, it may cause objectionable taste and odour 0.01 Beyond this, the water becomes toxic 0.01 Beyond this the water becomes toxic 0.01 Beyond this the water becomes toxic 0.05 Beyond this the water becomes toxic of 3025, of 3025, of 3025, of 3025, of 3025 No relaxation See note mercury ion analyzer No relaxation See note mercury ion analyser No relaxation 28 of 3025, 1964 No relaxation 37 of 3025, 1988 required it should be min 0.5 mg/l May be extended upto 400 provided (as Mg) does not exceed 30 mg/l - To be tested when pollution is suspected To be tested when pollution is suspected To be tested when pollution is suspected To be tested when pollution is suspected 22 Cyanide (CN - ), mg/l 0.05 Beyond this the water becomes toxic 23 Lead (Pb), mg/l 0.05 Beyond this the water becomes toxic No relaxation 27 of 3025, 1986 No relaxation See note 86 To be tested when pollution is suspected To be tested when pollution A-7

177 24 Zinc (as Zn), mg/l 5 Beyond this limit it can cause astringent taste and an opalescence in water 25 Anionic detergents mg/l (as MBAS) 26 Chromium (as Cr +6 ), mg/l 27 Polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons, mg/l 0.2 Beyond this limit undesirable taste and odour after Chlorination takes place 0.01 May be carcinogenic above this limit of 3025, Methylen e blue extraction method f May be carcinogenic - 28 of 3025, Mineral Oil, mg/l 0.01 Beyond this limit undesirable taste and odour after Chlorination takes place 29 Pesticides mg/l 30 Radioactive materials a. Alpha emitters Bq/L b. Beta emitters pci/l 31 Alkalinity (as CaCO 3 ), mg/l 32 Aluminum (as Al), mg/l 33 Boron (as B), mg/l 0.03 Gas chromato graphic method Absent Toxic of 3025, Beyond this limit taste becomes unpleasant 0.03 Cumulative effect is reported to cause dementia of 3025, f 3025, of 3025, plumbosolvency is suspected To be tested when pollution is suspected To be tested when pollution is suspected To be tested when pollution is suspected To be tested when pollution is suspected To be tested when pollution is suspected A-8

178 ANNEXURE - 5 INDIAN STANDARDS FOR INDUSTRIAL AND SEWAGE EFFLUENTS DISCHARGE IS: SR. NO. INDUSTRIAL EFFLUENT PARAMETERS INTO INLAND SURFACE WATER ON LAND FOR IRRIGATION INTO MARINE COASTAL AREA 1 Colour / odour Suspended Solids (for Process 600 (mg/l) Waste) 3 Particle Size Suspended Solids 4 Dissolved Solids (Inorganic), mg/l Shall pass 850 micron IS sieve - Floatable Solids Max 3 mm Settable Solids Max 850 micron INTO PUBLIC SEWERS 5 ph Value Temperature C Shall not - 45 at the point of - exceed 40 in any section of the stream within 15 mts. down stream from the effluent outlet discharge 7 Oil & Grease, mg/l, Max. 8 Total Residual Chlorine, mg/l, Max 9 Ammonical Nitrogen (as N) mg/l max 10 Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen (as N), mg/l, Max 11 Free Ammonia (as NH 3 ) mg/l, Max. 12 Biochemical Oxygen Demand, 5 Days at 20 C 13 Chemical Oxygen Demand, mg/l, Max Arsenic (as As), mg/l, Max A-9

179 15 Mercury (as Hg) mg/l 16 Lead (as Pb), mg/l, Max 17 Cadmium (as Cd), mg/l, Max 18 Hexavalent Chromium (As Cr +6 ), mg/l, Max. 19 Total Chromium (as Cr) mg/l, Max 20 Copper (as Cu), mg/l, Max 21 Zinc (as Zn), mg/l, Max. 22 Selenium (as Se), mg/l, Max 23 Nickel (as Ni), mg/l, Max 24 Boron (as B), mg/l, Max 25 Percent Sodium, Max 26 Residual Sodium Carbonate, mg/l, Max 27 Cyanide (as CN - ), mg/l, Max 28 Chloride (as Cl - ), mg/l, Max 29 Fluoride (as F - ) mg/l, Max 30 Dissolved Phosphate (as P), mg/l, Max 31 Sulphate (as SO -2 4 ) mg/l, Max 32 Sulphide (as S -2 ) mg/l, Max 33 Phenolic Compounds (as C 6 H 5 OH) Max 34 Radioactive materials a.) Alpha emitters µc/ml, Max A-10

180 b.) Beta emitters µc/ml, Max Manganese (as Mn), mg/l Iron (as Fe), mg/l Vanadium (as V), mg/l 38 Nitrate Nitrogen, mg/l A-11

181 ANNEXURE 6 A COPY OF THE MUTUAL AGREEMENT FOR LAND ACQUISITION SIGNED WITH LAND OUSTEES A-12

182 ANNEXURE - 7 Meteorological inputs (wind speed, m/s), wind direction, ambient air temperature, cloud cover, relative humidity & mixing height on hourly basis March-May 2014 Year Month Day Hour Cloud Temp. Relative Wind Wind HP Cover ( C) Humidity Direction Speed A-13

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251 ANNEXURE 9 COMPLIANCE TO THE RECOMMENDATIONS MENTIONED IN THE CREP GUIDELINES / Note on compliance to the recommendations mentioned in the CREP guidelines COMPLIANCE OF CREP POINTS SR. NO CHARTER CONDITIONS STATUS 1. Segregation of waste stream Waste streams should be segregated into high COD waste, toxic waste, low COD waste, inorganic waste etc. for the purpose of providing appropriate treatment. The quantity of proposed waste water generated from industrial & other ancillary operations will be Nil. 2. Detoxification and treatment of high COD waste stream High COD streams should be detoxified and treated in ETP or thermally destroyed in incinerator. The quantity of proposed waste water generated from industrial & other ancillary operations will be Nil. 3. Management of solid waste Proper facilities should be provided for handling and storage of hazardous waste. For final disposal of hazardous waste, recycling and reuse should be given priority, either within the premises or outside with proper manifest system. In case of Incinerable waste, property designed common incineration facility. The non-incinerable hazardous waste should be disposed off in properly designed common secure landfill facility. Proposed solid waste will be disposed in line with the SPCB guidelines. Company will develop system/ facility for segregation, collection, storage of wastes and disposal as per Hazardous Waste Rules Separate storage area will be developed for storing the Discarded Bags/ Containers as well as process waste or Spent oil. Four categories of hazardous wastes will be generated from the Proposed specialty Chemical manufacturing Plant. The Collection, Storage & Disposal mode for the A-82

252 same will be followed as per Hazardous Waste (Management, Handling & Transboundary Movement) Third Amendment Rules, Discarded Bags & Containers will be collected, reused or sale to MPPCB approved scrape vender. Waste or spent oil will be store, reused for oiling in machinery or sale to MPPCB approved recycler. 4. Minimum scale of production to afford cost of pollution control For new industries which are not connected with CETP & TSDF and which do not have the economics to install treatment facilities may not be considered for granting consent to establishment. Industry association shall submit proposal to SPCB/CPCBimplementation by December 31, 2003 and action plan to be submitted to SPCB. Not Applicable 5. Long term strategies for reduction in waste Consent for establishment and consent for operation under the Water Act will be based on pollution load and concentration of pollutants. Each industry will submit pollution load, concentration of final discharge along with water balance to SPCB/CPCB for formulation of Will be complied. A-83

253 strategy. 6. Control of air pollution Industry will take up on priority, the control of hazardous air pollutants (such as benzene, carbon tetrachloride, 1-4 dioxide, methanol, toluene, methyl chloride etc.) and odorous compounds (mercaptan & hydrogen sulphide). 7. Self-regulation by industry though regular monitoring and environmental auditing Industries on their own will carry out monitoring of environmental parameters. Audit it at regular interval and submit the same to SPCB. Industry will carry out ambient air monitoring, Stack monitoring and Work place monitoring from NABL Lab. Regular ambient air quality monitoring shall be carried out within premises and in the nearby area for PM, SO 2, NO X. Not applicable as Hazardous Air Pollutants are not generated. Cyclone Separator with bag filter & two stage Scrubber System will be provided to control emission generated from boiler & process vent. Shall be complied as applicable. Comment of BDMA There shall be a policy for accreditation the auditors and the policy guidelines may be issued by MoEF. 8. Organizational restructuring and accreditation of Environmental Manager of Industry (a) Environment management cell will be created for each industry reporting to CEO directly. (b) There should be a certification We have an effective environmental Management cell and it is monitored by top management (Partner) and this cell will be consisting of qualified technical personnel and assisted by external technical consultants. A-84

254 system for the environmental managers at individual level and common facility level. BDMA may evolve the programme along with SPCB/CPCB. 9. Optimizing the inventory of hazardous chemicals The information shall be submitted to SPCB regularly along with rational-action plan. Knowledge of our technical personnel will be continuously updated by various internal and external trainings. On-site and Off-site emergency plans will be prepared and updated regularly. 10. Proper operation of incinerator Industry will check the design and will adopt sound engineering practices for proper operation of incinerators. Continuous monitoring will be done for operational parameters and specific parameters in tail gas to ensure the efficient functioning. This will be implemented within 3 months. Not Applicable 11. Optimizing the inventory of hazardous chemicals Efforts will be made to optimize the inventory, particularly of hazardous chemicals. Such information will be made available to the Regulatory Agencies (SPCBs, Inspector of Factory & District Collector). On-site and Off-site emergency plans will be prepared and updated regularly. 12. Self-regulation by industry through regular monitoring and environmental auditing Industry will go for self-assessment and regulation by conducting environmental We will initiate the action of monitoring the environmental parameters on our own and through NABL accredited Lab. duly audits our A-85

255 auditing regularly, besides having regular monitoring of pollutants in air emission, liquid effluent and receiving environment. system (as and when applicable). 13. Organizational restructuring and accreditation of environmental manager of industry For self-evaluation, organizational restructuring will be done and the environmental manager of the industry will be accredited to bring professionalism in environmental management. We will have an effective environmental Management cell and it will be monitored by top management (Partner) and this cell will be consisting of qualified technical personnel and assisted by external technical consultants. Knowledge of our technical personnel will be continuously updated by various internal and external trainings. A-86

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