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1 * PEMERINTAH PROPINSI DAERAH TINGKAT I BALI * Badan Perencanaan Pembangunan Daerah 0 * F~ l'ce BALI URBAN * N~RFRASTRUCTURE PROGRAM * ~UMBRELLAENVIRONMENTALASSESSMENT. g(eecutv SYTMR) DHV Consultants BV, ~~~PT Infratama Yakti ff ~~PT Mitra Lingkungan Dutaconsult - ~~~PT Pengembangan Rekaserasi Manaiemen

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3 Umbrella Environmental Assessment Environmental Sector TABLE OF CONTENTS EXECUTiVE SUMMARY Page PREFACE 1 Introduction Environmental Management Policies and Legislation The Bali Urban Infrastructure Program (BUIP) The Environment of Bali, Challenges, Constraints, and Opportunities 4 5 Environmental Interests Potentially Affected by BUIP Possibilities for Avoidance and Nitigation Screening BUIP Projects Terms of Reference for AMDAL Public Consultation... I 1 10 Institutional Capacities DIAGRAMS 1 ANDAL P3KT-BUIP "Control Loop" 2 Screening Procedure for EA I ANDAL, UKLlUPL, or SOP TABLES 1 Physical Size of BUIP Sub-Projects 2 Towns and Environmental Zones 3 Potential Impact of BUIP Types of Projects 4 BUIP Sub-Sectors and their Gross Potential Impacts MAPS 1 Project Towns and Districts. Bali Urban Infrastructure D:MATASPOQT.PJMMAIAMDALUEA Program (BUIP) Page - ii

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5 Umbrella Environmental Assessment Environmental Sector 1 Introduction To achieve the goals of Indonesia's sixth Five Year National Development Plan, 'Repelita VI', the Government of Indonesia a.o. intends to prepare Spatial Plans and to improve the Environment as well as the Infrastructure. The current 'Bali Urban Infrastructure Program (BUIP)', to be implemented by the Provincial Government of Bali, is to support these objectives in Bali through investment in mainly traditional infrastructure, in combination with strengthening the capacity for Environmental Management of infrastructure projects at both provincial and local levels, in order to achieve sustainable development. The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development IBRD (World Bank) is the financing agency of this program. The project has been classified as 'category A', requiring an Environmental Assessment, according to IBRD's Operational Directive This EA report may be referred to as a Regional I Sectoral EA for BUIP since it deals with the region of Bali Province and with the sector of Urban Infrastructure. It may also be referred to as an 'Umbrella' EA, or UEA, since it addresses the generic environmental consequences of BUIP, consisting of a great number of mainly small sub-projects. Additionally, it presents screening guidelines to identify the individual BUIP sub-projects that need further Environmental Assessment before implementation. This UEA covers the requirements for EA set forth by the Terms of Reference (TOR) of BAPPEDA Tk 1 and the KA-AMDAL approved by the Govemor of Bali. Some individual sub-projects under BUIP, according to Indonesian legislation. will be subject to the formal Environmental Impact Assessment process (AMDAL). Therefore, the methods used in describing the environment and in screening sub-projects for individual EA, follow the requirements for environmental impact assessment under Indonesian Law. Additionally, IBRD requirements per OD 4.01 are taken into account. Projects which fall into this category will not be programmed for the first two years of BUIP, to allow for sufficient time to undertake necessary studies and prepare the required documents (K-ANDAL, ANDAL, RKL, RPL). The objectives of this EA are to identify or define: generic and significant impacts of BUIP projects; environmental issues, opportunities and constraints; assign BUIP projects to different categories of environmental management approach, possibly including further EA; Bali Urban Infrastructure Program (BUIP) DADATA%REP0.PJMEAMDAL"DAL.UEA Page - I

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7 Umbrella Environmental Assessment Environmental Sector based on the holiness level in Hinduism and 'Bosomy', determining the holiness of certain areas. Based on Law No.4 of 1982 regarding Basic Provisions for the Management of the Living Environment, Government Reguiation No.51 of 1993 and the Decree of the Minister of State for the Environment of 19 March 1994 deal with the process of Environmental Assessment (AMDAL). The legislation contains a list of activities with criteria for size, and a list of protected areas, for which situations an EA report (ANDAL) is required and shall be reviewed and accepted by the Central or Provincial AMDAL-Commission, before a permit or license, allowing implementation of the activity, can be granted. The Bali Urban Infrastructure Program (BUIP) itself does not belong to the categories of activities mentioned in the above mentioned legislation. However, there may be individual projects that meet the criteria which make it necessary for these individual projects to follow the AMDAL procedure. In addition, the IBRD may require detailed EA for individual projects, after screening the projects against their OD 4.01 criteria, or against generic criteria for Bali developed for BUIP. On the level of individual project implementation, provincial spatial policy plans and environmental (mainly water) quality standards have to be met. Diagram II presents the process of Environmental Assessment. All levels of assessment will result in stipulating measures for environmental management (RKURPL, UKUUPL or SOP) to be included in tender documents and construction contracts. 3 The Bali Urban Infrastructure Program (BUIP) The BUIP consists of an investment program in the sector of traditional Integrated Urban Infrastructure Programming (IUIDP), dealing with projects of urban physical infrastructure and services, in the sub-sectors of Water Supply, Urban Roads, Human Waste Water Sanitation, Solid Waste Management, Market Infrastructure Improvement, Village Improvement and Urban Drainage and Flood Control. Additional sub-sectors for BUIP are.traffic and Transport Management, New Markets, Bus Terminals and Parking Lots. The projects comprise new developments (eg. new Final Solid Waste Disposal Sites), relocation, expansion (eg. Road Widening) or maintenance (eg. Road Overlay). Needs and wishes for new or improved infrastructure and necessities for maintenance of existing infrastructure were inventoried for all districts and a Real Demand Survey (RDS) was conducted for the sub-sectors Water Bali Urban Infrastructure Program (BUIP) D:9DATA%EPORT.PJM\AMDAL\AMDALUEA Page - 3

8 Dliagram 2 Screening for EA I ANDAL, UKL / UPL, or S.O.P. Government Private Sector Private Sector Proponent Proponent Proponent Intemal hnvestment Foreign or Domestic Sectoral Departrnent or fkpm 8 Agency Environmental W b Screening Committee No AMDAL / =ening AMDAL I < fo~~~r Significant, 9 \~~~~Impact/ No / Screening Yes Provincial for,amdal KL I/ Commission PU Pedoman Teknis Bappeda KA - ANDAL (Technical Tk I or Tk 11 1 cuidelines).(review 12 days) Standard - ANDA L C>peration lt UKL I UPL RKL I RPL P'rocedures ' S.O.P. (Review 45 days) Permitting. i --- I----- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ icnsn Environmental Licensing Guidelines in Contract. J AMDAL VSO

9 Umbrella Environmental Assessment Environmental Sector SuDply, Human Waste Water Sanitation and Solid Waste Management. By screening this inventory for technical. economic and environmental feasibility. a selected number of projects are proposed for implementation during the five year period under BUIP. Projects will be implemented in 32 Towns in all 9 Districts of Bali (see map 1). Table 1 presents a summary of BUIP projects for each district (Kotamadya and Kabupaten). 4 The Environment of Bali, Challenges, Constraints, and Opportunities 4.1 Environmental Conditions Bali province consists of a number of islets. Bali island is the main one, and its islets are Pulau Nusa Penida, Pulau Nusa Ceningan, Pulau Nusa Lembongan, and Pulau Menjangan. The width of Bali as a whole is km or 0.29% of the width of Indonesian archipelago. The number of Balis population is 2,777,356 with population density of 493 persons/km 2. West of Bali is the province of East Java confined by Bali strait east of Bali is Lombok island confined by Lombok strait. While north of Bali is Java sea and south of it is Indonesian ocean. Geographically, Bali is located in between 80-0,3' - 40" ' - 48" South Latitude and ' - 53" ' - 40" East Longitude. Geologically, the soil consists of kwarter rock, beneath kwarter, pliosin, and miosin. In terms of relief and topography. in the middle of the island, there are mountains spreading over from west to east. Among them there are two active volcanoes, namely Gunung Batur (of 1,171 m high), and Gunung Agung (of 3,140 m high). The other mountains are Gunung Merebuk (of 1,386 m high), Gunung Patas (of 1,414 m high), and Gunung Seraya (of m high). The existence of such mountain range geographically causes the island spilt up into two unbalanced devisions. The are: - Northern Bali with a long narrow and less flat mainland. - Southern Bali with a wide and flat mainland. In addition, Bali has 4 (four) lakes, namely Danau Beratan, Danau Buyan, Danau Tamblingan and Danau Batur. Bali has tropical sea climate influenced by seasonal wind. It also has dry and wet seasons between which is the transisition periode. The weather is influenced by the place hight. The average weather in Bali of C. The mainland in the southern part is wider than that in the Bali Urban Infrastructure Program (BUIP) D:XDATAIREPORT.PJM'.AMDAL\AMDALUEA Page - 4

10 PROPINSI BALI PROP'INSI BALI N...*\<- ~*Smtrr1>Ot;;~~~\ Pentaihapaii Peniyusuiiaii < t sf / <;- P3KT 9 l I'PJM AM~~~4A ~~~.WlEIENG j -.. I ~~~~~~~~~~~~ LEGEND;~~ot dengan psndekatmn pmfllh S 4 m:, I I -- r ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Danau \ 8 -'-"~ j WlElEhG <4 8 #+ai * Kota dengan pendekatan tpbatas VMIfAUAUGASM ](Limited Approach) I I I ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Jnlan (Road) ~~~~- 1 J N + S ntwu = F~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ - - a la s K a b u p o te n IAEAUAN #?,Tu*8u../I ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~(Ditridct oundary) (Lake) Q td ( nm,dung BUIP - -~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ S.-' BALI URBAN ~~INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRAM I 700 CM Sunther I > rumi, - ii.n rtangga D'AI: Suniber 2> MHe Rupa DunI iiiva. l alsnqu1thlf^ il 1992 olgm?tis MAP I _ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

11 Table I Total Physical Size of BUIP sub-projects for each_ Kabupaten IKotamnadyaR SECTORS and PROJECTS j~uis Jinm Tai,a.w Ba- Don. Gian1y. ttiliiirj- Maiinji Kiri ~~~~~~brana -_ a dun ;... n.p I - as.9a iiggac -s" *Raw Walte intake. ttlsoc 6000_ 00 0M Mea _ GO ~ *Transmissoion_I Distribution ktin i Me n.a Sloragolroservoar - n m 2, MMii. 1, , , Cuistomer connections LI A 4.Ai ii. n. 120-,3 3,500-5, ,9000 * New Constructlion km _ WO.0O_ 5.70 Upgrading - km ~~~~~~ _ ~~~~~ 50 ~~~~~~ _ *Widening - ~ m 2.00 _ * Rehabfitiatlon km 3220O ` ,80 * Overlsiy -- km ' , t'tw Colnstructions (Canatl-I kin fi _ j7.00 Renovation) km Jpgradinig - km 3831 _ *Rehabilitation km. _ L Dep. /Transfer Staio L111 toida I O L_ ~ I66~ , 'OI. SewrageTSystmen, Parna Coverlg t km I.... New Development him i I IAn, _ _ NwDvtpen... a Pub~ijc Toilets I - - iiii,t 2.00 _ Drainage ~~~~~~~~~~m 1, , Path Ways m _ , _ _ npection Roads m - L z i.~ -~New Construction Ila.77-,.106 1~r~ *Renovalion M AG'IN hae * iafi Arki..g wCnstructions II a 20 _1.. o MATAM17PORi r PJM~AIVIAl 1iNfGRISIPr _ io... IIIWK

12 Umbrella Environmental Assessment Environmental Sector northern part. Such natural condition has great influence toward the climate in Bali. Generally, in the southern Bali the rain fall is much more than that in the northern Bali in December up to February. The wind blows from west and south west, while in August it blows from east and south east. In March up to May, the wind blows from different directions. The humidity in Bali is 90%, in the wet season it may reach 100%, while in the dry season it reaches 60%. In terms of soil types in Bali, it is dominated by Regusol and Latosol types. Only a small amount is of Alluvial, Mediteran and Andasol soil. The Latosol type that is very sensitive to erosion can be found in the western areas such as Kalopaksa, Petemon, Rengdikit and Pempatan. It can also be found in the areas of Gunung Penyu, Gunung Pintu, Gunung Juwet and Gunung Seraya, which cover of 44.9% of the island width. The erosional sensitive Regusol soil can be found in the eastem part of Amlapura and Culik. This type of soil can be also found along Singaraja coastal areas untill Seririt, Bubunan, Kekeran, around Danau Tamblingan, Buyan and Beratan areas, around Batukaru forest, in small parts of southern coast of Kusamba, Sanur, Benoa and Kuta. This covers of 33.93% of the island width. Andasol is also sensitive to erosion and can be found around Baturiti, Candi Kuning, Banyuatis, Gobleg, Pupuan and a part of Batukaru forest. The Mediteran soil which is less sensitive to erosion and can be found in the mainland of Negara, Sumber Kelampok, Manggis and Angan Telu. The last three types of soil cover of about 15.49% of the island width. The forests that have functions as spring protector, erosion and flood prevention or function as hidrology are speading over the middle areas of the island from west to east. Most rivers that come from the forests flow to the southern mainland compared to those flowing to the northern one. As an agricultural area, most people work in the agricultural sector, and therefore, rivers play an important role as water souces for irrigation. Looking at it from the land use in 1994, it shows that 9.60% of the land is used for settiement; 19.35% for rice field; 22.54% are in the forms of forest; 25.36% for plantation; 8.51% of it is critical land; lakes take 0.46% and 14.15% are for other uses. If it is seen from its socio-economy, the location of Bali island is very Li. li Vrban Infrastructure Program (BUIP) D:\DATA\REPORT.PJM.,AMDAL\AMDAL.UEA Page - 5

13 Umbrella Environmental Assessment Environmental Sector * Mangrove Forested Coastal Areas * Great Forest, Nature Tourist Park and Nature Preservation Areas VWest Bali National Park Areas * Culture Conservation and Science Areas 4- Disastrous Sensitive Areas * Voicanic Disastrous Areas * Lanslide/Erosion Areas Sea Water Intrusion Coast Areas B. Management Plan of Cultivation Areas 1. Production Forest Areas 2. Agricultural Areas 3. Tourism Areas 4. Industrial Areas 5. Settlement Areas 6. Mining Areas 7. Security Defense Areas One of the striking environmental characteristic in Bali is the existence of so many bodies of water and rivers that this environmental characteristics look very dense. The implication of the environmental characteristics toward the development plan must be use as the evaluation basis for project site area determination. 4.2 Challenges In analyzing the environment in Bali, there are a number of challenges in its management. Those challenges are among others; 1. Natural resources * The limited natural resources * Sustainable development and increasing needs in line with the population growth. 2. Advance of Technology * The increase of industry cause the increase of population 4.3 Constraints In creating the environmental which is BALI, a short term for Bersih (clean), Aman (secure), Lestari (everlasting) and lndah (beautiful), there are a Bali Urban Infrastructure Program (BUIP) D-.DATANREPORT.PJM\AMDAL'AMDALUEA Page - 7

14 Table 2 Districts. Towns and Environmental Zones on Bali OISTRICT T=.=e.n Uran Ir rigatr Cltra_ Cos tal Zones ToDirs I Natural Dy I r novn 0 NMtiral iantt Water Settlements Agricul(tre Preservatlotn Shore _ HaZard Agrlc,eiiIre. Forcst _ Conservatloni Catchmeont JEMBRANA Neg7ra.F::s::: :: : ~ r...:-:: <K. TAB 3ANAN laban a_ti k Tanah_Lot Marg HaMPITPbitan H-9..-P 0 0 =._.._ Br... BAOUNG Kia... BANGLI~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~.agi.:.:::R.;. ~~~. _.= _ _ KAlNAE marm m ~-- mmp$w-_. t DEPASYAR TOWNS... Sub L w t... ~ 1..; D...as... CACE..... KUGKUNG Soeraaur * GIANYA GULLEG K~ED Pandldas Gokua inarja Temb..' ~aanrctoloa INIOMNALCAlCEISI ON ':.X i :_. _, 0 =.....~~~~~~~~~~~~... _. R' R R, ::,.2, _ x....,, _... i= - u ; R':' : Gerpkgak = _ I

15 Umbrella Environmental Assessment Environmental Sector Table 4: BUIP Sub-Sectors and their Gross Potential Impacts BUIP SUB-SSECTOR GROSS POTENTIAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS POSITVE NEGATIVE Vsra er SupDol irrmprovet oublic heattn. tncreasing water demand: Conflict With i,ri 'ws laison: qv'51 Reduced groundwater teve!. increasec amount of waste water. Urtari Roacs Exist=nc roacs Better environmenta, con- New ano widened roads: Resettlenenr. (UR) dltions: increased safety, less noise New Culturat & scenic values: Oisturbance. se roacs rncreased safety on Waraller veranice: noise: Reduces satety tn rural roads vilapes: Emissions (air polution) Human Wasie Water improved public hygiene and heatnn. Problems associated vwh treatrnent and Sanitation sluoge disposat: soit & water pollution. (H AHNS) ocor Solic Waste mproved oublic hygiene and heatth. Passing of garbage trucs (noise, ocor. Manaaement sol:d waste getting astray): (SWitI) Landfill: poliution of sot and water. spreacing of disease. odor. scenic & cultural values: Incineration: air pollusn. Market Infrastructure Improved publtc hygiene and health Sold waste disposal. Improvement Program (MIIP) Kamoung Itnprovement Improvec public hygiene ane healtt. Damage to cuttural & reigious objects Program (KIP) Urnoa Drairtege & Improved public hygiene, health & safety. In.erference with local drainage pattern., Floo; Control Reducet recharge and increased dischar- (UD)& (FC) cge of water; Littennng of drarns: Disposal of liter. sit & sludge Traffic & Transport Management (TTM i IsMproved traffic flow and safey. Nc negative enpact New Markets Improved publ:c hygiene anc health. Land acquisiton. resemement. Damage to (NM) curtural objects: Sohd waste disposal... Induced traffic: Noise, air pollution Sus Terminals & Itmreved traffic pattem & safety Land acquisiton. resemenent: Darnage to Parking Lots cultural objects: I (ST)& (PL) InCuced traffic: Noise, air & so.' pollution. Increasec arverious area 6. Possibilities for Avoidance and Mitigation To avoid environmental damage, it is necessary to apply integral design, by incorporating environmental expertise in the design teams to stimulate creative design from an environmental point of view, and for formulating and evaluating altemative solutions. If environmental damage is not prevented by design, in most cases it can only be partly mitigated. As the expression says: One ounce of prevention is worth one pound of cure! As a consequence, some activities may not be acceptable in a sensitive or vulnerable environment. Bali Urban Infrastructure Program (BUIP) D:EDATANREPORT.PJ"AMDAIAMDAt.UlA Page - 9

16 Table 5 IBUIP Generic Criteria for Environmental Assessment on Bali (AMDAL, UKL I UPL or S.O.P) SECTORS and PROJECTS Source GO l IBRD-Cateaory '- BrEUIP (Pro zsd) Unit0 G R A a U ANDAL UKLIUPL (EA) ANDAL UKLIUPL SOP -WATER SUPPLY. * ::::7i-.. -: PRawVWater intake m3is L&S ) L&S *l - Treatmnent Plant number -. Les ) L&S 5 - Transmissjoon. DisiribU:ion km - L & S ) L & S *) - Slorace 'm3 - - L&S ' L&S ) - Customer -onnections 'numer -,BAN: ROAS i :D..S New Construction km L&S ') L&S - Uppradina km - - YES YES - Widening km - - L&S ) L S S' - Rehabilitation km - - YES YES - Overlay -km -. i YES - Srioces in larme towns m >= t0 L8S " L& S) - Bindces insmalltowns L m - '> 20 L&S 1 L&S )., UM AS TE.WATER.3ANlTAMO*. -r Sewerage System, area cover ha L&S ') L S S ' *- Sewage Treatment Plant (IPL l ha 50-S L&S IS L0 :OIDs WASTE' ANAG EMEr.T --..[.... NewFinalDisposalSite lid Boo ' YES YES - Depo/TransferStation I tid 80 I L&S *) L&S ') - Incineration I tid YES YES - Public Toilets number - : - I YES - Drainage c m2 - - YES YES I Path Vays :m - ' YES j - nsoection Roads m - - ; YES - NewDevelopment ha L&S ) UCoradinc j h i L&S ii L&S I * nspection Road m-yes I1 - Path Ways irn - L I YES I - New Constructions (Canals) v km tl&s ') L&S _ -Renovation km - - YES YES I - Uporading km I - - I! YES i YES I -Rhabilitation km - - -YES YES T.RAFr TANSPORT R 3~uMN ji>.~ - Sions & Markincs km I - j- 1-AE TS,.NE.RENEWAL-.>. - :... _:- :-:.... :- - -'-1- '.--* L Nelocatonstutinm2 - - L&S I) L&S.I - Relocation tm2 t - : - I L&S'I i L&S ), - Renovation m2 i New Constructions ha I - 'L&S' L&SI' - Expansion ha L&S *) L&S, -Renovation ha - I I YES -Relocation hai - - L&S I *L &S ) Location & Scale Dependent, reference is made to paragraph i.vii ) IBRD Operational Directive OD 4.01

17 Umbrella Environmental Assessment Environmental Sector For UKL IUPL, prepared if no ANDAL is required, the Minister for the Environment also provides General Guidelines. Additionally, technical Guidelines can be set by the responsible Government Agency. UKL and UPL need to be approved by this same agency, before a permit can be granted. There will be many BUIP sub-projects that, given Location and Size, do not require ANDAL, nor UKL / UPL. For these projects Standard Operation Procedures (SOP) have to be written. The SOP will be an indispensable part of the Construction Contract. Technical Guidelines of PU are one of the sources for SOP. (See Diagram II). The objective of TOR for ANDAL / RKL I RPL is to establish scope and depth of the study and to focus on themes that are of main or particular interest, It is the aim of this UEA to provide generic information that can be incorporated in individual EAs under this 'umbrella'. Topics that should be covered in all ANDALs are: Description and motivation of the project; Description and evaluation of releva-nt aspects of the present environment and autonomous developments; Assessment and evaluation of environmental impact and affected interests; - Mitigative measures incorporated in the project; - Alternatives for the project, proposed site and mitigation; - Comparison of alternatives, including 'Go I No-Go criteria; - Legal framework; - Environmental management and monitoring provisions; and - Making a summary accessible to the public. For BUIP sub-sectors specific areas of attention, to be elaborated on in the TOR for ANDAL (KA-ANDAL) are indicated. 9. Public Consultation Early in 1996 consultation of the public on BUiP was conducted at the level of Bali Province, Districts and Towns. Participants were invited by provincial and local authorities; NGO's were invited only at the level of districts and towns. The main conclusions are; - Meetings with the public should be better prepared, the public felt Ball Urban Infrastructure Program (BUIP) D1:AATAWEPOR.PJM\AMDAL%AMDAL.UEA Page - 11

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21 Umbrella Environmental Assessment Environmental Sector knowledge about Balinese culture; and Results of this AMDAL and any subproject AMDALs should be placed in the public libraries in such a way that the community can read them and participate if necessary. NGO'S will be invited (as non-permanent members) by the provincial AMDAL-Commission to participate in the review of AMDAL'S for those projects that either meet the legal requirements for AMDAL or require an EA according to ibrd criteria. 10. Institutional Capacities The provincial government, via Bappeda Tk I, is responsible for Environmental Management as part of their regional planning and development function. The organizational framework for execution of the environmental component of this task (Biro Bina Lingkungan Hidup, BBLH) is slowly developing. Fragmentation between different environmental agencies complicates effective operation. There is also lack of environmentally qualified personnel. The final engineering consultant and the Project Management Office of Bappeda-l should assist Dati-ll staff, by preparing the ANDAL for those BUIP sub-projects that require full environmental assessment (AMDAL), using this Umbrella Environmental Assessment and annexes as a reference source and data base. In addition, they should assist Dati-ll in preparing standard clauses for environmental management and monitoring measures to be incorporated in all tender documents and construction contracts. Review of the AMDAL documents (KA-ANDAL, ANDAL) is the responsibility of the Provincial AMDAL-Commission. Review of RKLURPL and UKLUUPL is the responsibility of structural units of Provincial Government. It should be coordinated by Bappeda, section SLH. BLH will participate in all reviews and the cognizant technical Dinas would be involved according the subproject. The review should include screening of proposed project sites, especially for Final Solid Waste Disposal Sites, to ascertain that they are not located in protected or sensitive areas. Approval of the RKLURPL or UKL/UPL is a condition for sub-project approval. RKLJRPL and UKUUPL implementation depend heavily on training of field supervisors (PIMPRO's), incorporating environmental management and monitoring measures into tender documents and construction contracts. Final engineering design consultants and Bappeda-l and 11 should insure Bali Urban Infrastructure Program (BUIP) D:\DATA\REPORT.PJM\AMDALUAMDAL.UEA Page - 13

22 Umbrella EnvironmentaI Assessment Environnental Sector that the documents include these items as specfic conditions of- the contract. Standard Operation Procedures (SOP), shall be developed by BAPPEDA-1 for these types of sub-projects. Dati-l personnel need training in UKlIUPL regulations and preparation procedures, as well as in environmental issues relevant for irifrastructure projects, so they can provide a prompt and informed review of UJKUUPL documents and advise Dati-ll personnel as needed. Dati-ll personnel will require training in relevant environmental'issues and regulations, UKLJUPL preparation, incorporating environmental management and monitoring requirements in tender documents and construction contracts, as well as methods for supervising UKLJUPL implementat on. After the above training is completed, Datl-I and Dati-li personnel should participate together in a one day workshop to review the training, share views on how UK1IJPL can best be prepared and implemented. As a result of this workshop They should agree on working arrangements for preparation, review, implementation, monitoring and reporting. To ensure that the program meets the real training needs, a training program should be developed. The TOR for development of this training program is presented. SAli Lirban infrastructure Program (BUIP) O<sKTAttrPDLDA Pag- 14 T; -.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

23 Umbrella Environmental Assessment Environmental Sector PREFACE At the present time, Pemda Tk. I together with 9 Pemda Tk. lis of Bali Province are implementing BUIP, and in Bali Province it is more well-knows as EJBUDP (East Java Bali Urban Development Program). This program is one of the joint programs between East Java Province and Bali Province which financial sources is from IBRD World Bank through its Loan No IND. BUIP consists of physical infrastructure investment as well as Operation and Maintenance with seven sub-sectors of Public Work, among others: waste/sanitation, waste management, drainage, urban roads, KIP and MIIP as well as other important components such as Regional Revenue increase, Regional Institutional Improvement and Capacity Analysis and Regional Financial Plan. This program lasts for 5 years, and at the present time it enters the last year of the program implementation. At the present time, Pemda Tk. I together with 9 Pemda Tk. lis of Bali Province are planning to arrange the second five years urban program with help from the central government, in order to continue the urban program that have been done well enough, before. That program is more well-knows as BUIP Preparation or Mid Term Planning of 'Bali Urban Infrastructure Program". Andal study is inseparable part o' BUIP Mid Term Planning Preparation, thus the reference framework of BUIP Andal is a part reference framework of BUIP Mid Term Planning Preparation. Denpasar, September 1996 Bappeda Tk. I Bali Ketua, rs. I. rdana. NI P Bali Urban Infrastructure Program (BUIP) Page - I

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25 Umbrella Environmental Assessment Environmental Sector TABLE OF CONTENTS Page CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION Background... ; Objectives of this Environmental Assessment Area of Study Data Collection and Analysis Prediction of Significant Impacts Regional Environmental Analysis Structure of this Report.5 CHAPTER 2.ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT POLICIES AND LEGISLATION, NATIONAL AND REGIONAL Policies in Indonesia for Environmental Management Legislation for Environmental Assessment Other Prevailing Environmental Policies and Legislation Conclusion CHAPTER 3.THE BALI URBAN INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRAM Introduction The Sub-Sector Under BUIP BUIP Types of Physical Projects Summary CHAPTER4. THE NATURAL & CULTURAL ENVIRONMENT OF BALI AND ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES AND CONSTRAIN Environmental Condition Challenge Constrains Opportunities The Environment of Bali Urbanisation and Tourism Conclusoin... I Bali Urban Infrastructure Program (BUIP) Page - i

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