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1 NATURAL PETROCHEMICALS PVT. LTD. (Formerly Divine Petrochemicals Pvt. Ltd.) 101-8, Mehta Estate, lst Floor, Chakala, Andheri - Kurla Road, Andheri (East), Mumbai lndla. Member Secretary (Expert Appraisal Committee; Industry-llpr r ar*it1ar-^^^r ^^^^^F^^r /ra\ nn,i6i^^ llf.llt/-dta et lmpact Assessment (la) Division Ministry of Environment, Forests & Climate Change, S f,x. lndira Paryavaran Bhawan, Aliganj, Jor Bagh Road, New Delhi Kind Attention : Subject : Reference Dear Sir, Mr. Lalit Bokolia (Director) l;.* ffi''g* (ifaprit, 2ol <) z"t -,.,\ t 7'\ Submission of revised EIA-EMP reoort for Environmental Clearance for our proposed expansion project for the manufacturing of Synthetic Organic Resin 1. F. No. J-11011t lA ll (l) 2. Minutes for 34'" EAC (lndustry 2) meeting held on We would like mentioned here that presentation for the final appraisal of our proposed expansion project for the manufacturing of Synthetic Organic Resin was held during 34'" EAC (lndustry 2) meeting held on During the meeting it was advised to incorporate the following in the EIA-EMP report and submit the same for appraisal; 1. Reexamining / rechecking of all the ambient air quality data as the same was not properly documented: The ambient air quality data were properly documented in the Chapter-3 of EIA report. However, there was typographical error in the air quality data mentioned in oresentation conducted on and further we assure that it will be taken care in future. Details of wastewater treatment scheme: The details of Effluent Treatment Plant with the flow diagram and treatment scheme are incorporated in Section 2.11 of Chapter-2 of EIA report. lnlet and Outlet characteristics of waste water: The characteristics of raw effluent and treated effluent are incorporated in the Section 2.11 of Chapter-z of EIA report. Point wise response to public hearing issues: The crux of the Public Hearing was already given in the Chapter - 10 of EIA report and the whole documents of Public Hearing Proceedings comprising public point wise response to public hearing issues were also given as an Annexure-20 with the EIA report. However, during presentation conducted on only crux of the Public Hearing covering public hearing issues and response given was mentioned without the name of participant. We, further, assure that it will be taken care in future.

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3 FINAL REPORT ON ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT FOR PROPOSED EXPANSION OF UNSATURATED POLYESTER RESIN & ALKYD RESIN MANUFACTURING (FROM 1200 TPM TO 3500 TPM) NATURAL PETROCHEMICALS PVT. LTD. S No. 443, Village: Bhimasar, Anjar-Bhimasar Road, Taluka: Anjar, District: Kutch, Gujarat. Prepared By: (QCI-NABET ACCREDITED EIA CONSULTANT) 3 rd Floor, Akashganga Complex, B/s. Suvidha Shopping Centre, Nr. Parimal Underpass, Paldi, AHMEDABAD , Gujarat. Telefax: (079) , ; April, 2015

4 EIA-EMP REPORT

5 TABLE OF CONTENTS Contents List of Tables List of Figures List of Annexure List of Abbreviations List of Symbols / Notations Copy of TOR issued by MoEF TOR Compliance i vii x xii xiii xiv xv xxi CONTENTS SR. NO. TITLE PAGE NO. CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION 1.1 Preamble Promoters & their Background Need of the EIA study Objectives of EIA Study Purpose of EIA Study Structure of Report Regulatory Framework 1.6 CHAPTER 2: PROJECT DESCRIPTION 2.1 Preamble Justification of the Project Project Location Justification of site selection Product Profile 2.7 Table of Contents Page i

6 SR. NO. TITLE PAGE NO. 2.6 Manufacturing Process Solvent Requirements & Recovery System Details of Raw materials Energy Balance Resource Requirements Land Machineries & Utilities Capital Cost Power / Electricity Water Fuel Man Power Pollution Potential & Management Water Pollution Air Pollution Hazardous waste Noise & Vibration 2.29 CHAPTER 3: BASELINE ENVIRONMENTAL STATUS 3.1 Preamble Approach & methodology of baseline study Study Area Study Period Sampling Location Frequency of Monitoring Method of Sampling & Analysis Baseline environment Topography & Geology Seismology Land use Pattern Meteorology 3.10 Table of Contents Page ii

7 SR. NO. TITLE PAGE NO Temperature Humidity Cloudiness Wind Speed & Wind Direction Rainfall Mixing Height Micrometeorology Ambient Air Quality Hydrology Soil Quality Noise Level Ecological Status Flora Fauna Socio-economic Structure Population Growth Literacy Occupational Structure Infrastructural Facilities 3.38 CHAPTER- 4: ANTICIPATED ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS & MITIGATION MEASURES 4.1 Preamble Identification of Environmental Impacts Construction Phase Operation Phase Prediction of Environmental Impacts Impacts During Construction Phase and Its Mitigative Measures Impacts During Operation Phase and Its Mitigative Measures Water Environment Air Environment Land/ Soil Environment 4.23 Table of Contents Page iii

8 SR. NO. TITLE PAGE NO Noise Environment Ecological Environment Aesthetic Environment Socio-Economic Environment 4.26 CHAPTER 5: ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN (EMP) 5.1 Preamble Objectives of the EMP Environmental Management Plan (EMP) Greenbelt Development Plan Rainwater Harvesting System Application Of Cleaner Production Technology Pollution Prevention Water Conservation Energy Conservation Reuse / Recycle Good Housekeeping Budgetary Allocation for Environment protection 5.13 CHAPTER 6: ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING PROGRAM 6.1 Preamble Monitoring Program Infrastructural requirement & procurement schedules Corporate Environmental Responsibility Environment management cell Administrative actions & documentation Data Analysis Reporting Schedules Environmental Monitoring Expenditure 6.7 CHAPTER 7: ANALYSIS OF ALTERNATIVES (TECHNOLOGY & SITE) 7.1 Table of Contents Page iv

9 SR. NO. TITLE PAGE NO. CHAPTER 8: RISK AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT 8.1 Preamble Objective, philosophy and methodology of risk assessment Objective Philosophy Methodology Hazardous material, process & safety management Hazardous Chemicals Safety measures for transportation, storage & handling of 8.5 chemicals Critical safety measures for process units Safety Measures For Preventive Maintenance Safety measures to prevent spillage / leakage of toxic chemicals Occupational Health & Safety Program Risk assessment study Identification of High Risk Areas Modes of Failure Maximum Credible Accident Analysis and Its Mitigation Measures Consequences Analysis Definitions & Explanation of Terms Used Possible Accident Scenario Risk Mitigative Measures Fire Fighting System Emergency Management Onsite Emergency Plan And Disaster Management Plan Emergency Control Centre Assembly Points Codification of Sirens Training and Education Mock Rehearsal 8.34 Table of Contents Page v

10 [ Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Report SR. NO. TITLE PAGE NO Updating the Plan Key Personnel & their Responsibilities Emergency Organization Chart Emergency Action Plan Offsite Emergency Plan Earthquake History & Management Plan Landslide Hazard Map & Mitigation Plan 8.51 CHAPTER 9: PROJECT BENEFITS 9.1 Employment Opportunities Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) & Socio-economic Development Direct Revenue Earning to the National and State Exchequer Infrastructural benefit Other tangible Benefits 9.5 CHAPTER 10: PUBLIC CONSULTATION 10.1 CHAPTER 11: PROJECT SUMMARY & CONCLUSION 11.1 Salient Features of the Project Conclusion 11.3 CHAPTER 12: DISCLOSURE OF CONSULTANT 12.1 Table of Contents Page vi

11 LIST OF TABLES TABLE PAGE TITLE NO. NO. 1.1 Promoters & Their Background Structure of EIA Report Applicable Regulatory Provision for Proposed Expansion Project Salient features of the project site List of Products & Production Capacity Details of Products List of Raw Materials with Requirement Details of Products & Raw Materials storage & Handling Energy Balance of Thermic Fluid Heater Break-up of Area Details of Machineries and Utilities Capital Cost of the project Details of Fuel requirement Details of Manpower Requirement Product wise Water Consumption & Wastewater Generation Category wise Water Consumption & Wastewater Generation Details of Effluent Treatment Plant Stage-wise Characteristics of Effluent Details of Flue Gas Stacks Technical Specifications of Air Pollution Control Equipment Details of Hazardous waste generation and management Sampling & Monitoring Locations Frequency of Environmental Monitoring and Method of Sampling & Analysis Land Use Pattern of the Study Area Meteorological Parameters Ambient Air Quality Status Details of Nearby Wells Physico-Chemical Characteristics of Water Physico-Chemical Characteristic of Soil 3.24 Table of Contents Page vii

12 TABLE PAGE TITLE NO. NO. 3.9 Noise Level in Study Area Enumeration of Flora in the study area List of Flora in the study area List of Fauna in the study area Socio economic profile (a) Identification of Impacts during Construction Phase (b) Identification of Impacts during Operation Phase (a) Prediction of Impacts during Construction Phase (b) Prediction of Impacts during Operation Phase Impacts & its Mitigative Measures during Construction Phase Details of Stacks emission due to proposed expansion First Three Highest 24-Hourly Average GLC Values First Highest 24-Hourly Average GLC Values for AAQM Stations Incremental ground level concentration of pollutants Environmental management plan Details of plant species Estimation of availability of yearly runoff Recurring cost for environmental management Environmental Monitoring Program Details of Hospitals Tie-up for Medical Assistance Responsibilities of EMC Details of Hazardous Chemicals Details of Personal Protective Equipments Storage details of hazardous chemicals Threshold values of the Hazardous Chemicals Atmospheric Conditions Assumed Source Strength considered for Styrene Monomer Threat zone of toxic liquid concentration Flammable area of vapor cloud Threat zone of thermal radiation from pool fire Threat zone of thermal radiation from BLEVE Source Strength considered for Xylene 8.22 Table of Contents Page viii

13 TABLE PAGE TITLE NO. NO Toxic Threat zone Flammable area of vapor cloud Threat zone of thermal radiation from pool fire Threat zone of thermal radiation from BLEVE Details of Fire Extinguishers List of Fire Fighting & Rescue Squad Members CSR Activities Carried Out by Unit CSR Plan towards Enterprise Social Commitment 9.4 Table of Contents Page ix

14 LIST OF FIGURES FIGURE PAGE TITLE NO. NO. 2.1 Location Map of Project Site Key Infrastructure & Administrative Map of Study Area Google Map showing Project site and surrounding area in 20 Km Google map showing Project site and nearby industries Key Plan & Plant Lay-out Water Balance Diagram (After Proposed Project) Schematic Diagram of Effluent Treatment Plant Map of Study Area showing Sampling & Monitoring Locations Satellite Image of the Study Area Land use / Land Cover Map of the Study Area Wind Rose Diagram Map showing hydrology of the study area Map of Study Area Showing Population Distribution Map of Study Area showing population literacy rate Map of Study Area showing workers distribution Contour plot showing highest Incremental GLC for PM Contour plot showing highest Incremental GLC for SO Contour plot showing highest Incremental GLC for NOx Beneficial Impacts due to the Project Typical Cross Section of Rain Water Harvesting Pit Environment Health & Safety Policy Environmental management cell Source Strength in case of Styrene Monomer escapes Isopleths result of Toxic threat at a point for Styrene Monomer Source Strength in case of Styrene Monomer escapes (Pool Fire) Thermal radiation at a point in case of Styrene Monomer escapes (Pool Fire) Isopleths result of threat zone of thermal radiation from BLEVE Source Strength in case of Xylene escapes 8.23 Table of Contents Page x

15 FIGURE PAGE TITLE NO. NO. 8.7 Isopleths result of toxic threat at a point for Xylene Source Strength in case of Xylene escapes (Pool Fire) Isopleths result of threat zone of thermal radiation from BLEVE Plant Emergency Evacuation Plan Seismic Zone Map of Gujarat Landslide Hazard Zonation Map of India 8.52 Table of Contents Page xi

16 LIST OF ANNEXURES ANNEXURE NO. TITLE PAGE NO. 1. No Objection Certificate (NOC/ CTE) from GPCB for the existing A-2 unit 2. Consent to Operate (CTO/CCA) from GPCB for the existing unit A-5 3. Compliance report of NOC/CTE A Certified copy of compliance status of CTO from GPCB A The questionnaire for industry sector specified by MoEF A Land possession documents A NA Certificate for the acquired land A List of industries in nearby area A Permission of water supply from GWIL A Membership certificate of Common Hazardous Waste A-47 Management Facility 11. AAQ monitoring results A Gaseous emissions reports of NABL approved laboratory and A-56 recent monitoring reports from SPCB 13. Medical Examination Report of workers A Format for maintaining occupational health records of workers A Photographs Showing (a) Existing plant A-67 (b) Greenbelt area A-68 (c) Proposed expansion area A-69 (d) ETP and Hazardous waste storage area A-70 (e) Safety management in existing plant A Photographs of baseline monitoring during EIA study A National Ambient Air Quality standards A Drinking Water Specification as per IS:10500:2012 A Ambient Air Quality standards in respects of noise A Public Hearing Proceeding A-81 Table of Contents Page xii

17 LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS AAQM APHA APCM APTI BDL CP CPCB CHWIF CSR EAC EIA EC EHS EMP EMS EPA ETP DMP GLC GOI GPCB HAZOP IMD IS ISCST ISO MOC MoEF MSL MSDS NH NOC : Ambient Air Quality Monitoring : American Public Health Association : Air Pollution Control Measure : Air Pollution Tolerance Index : Below Detectable Limit : Cleaner Production : Central Pollution Control Board : Common Hazardous Waste & Incineration facility : Corporate Social Responsibility : Expert Appraisal Committee : Environmental Impact Assessment : Environment Clearance : Environment, Health & Safety : Environment Management Plan : Environment Management System : Environmental Protection Act : Effluent Treatment Plant : Disaster Management Plan : Ground Level Concentration : Government of India : Gujarat Pollution Control Board : Hazard & Operability Study : Indian Metrological Data : Indian Standard : Industrial Source Complex Short term : International Standard Organization : Material Of Construction : Ministry of Environment & Forest : Mean Sea Level : Material Safety Data Sheets : National Highway : No Objection Certificate Table of Contents Page xiii

18 OSHA PAC PM PPEs RA TOR TSDF TDS : Occupational Safety And Health Administration : Poly Aluminum Chloride : Particulate Matter : Personal Protective Equipments : Risk Assessment : Terms of Reference : Treatment, Storage and Disposal Facility : Total Dissolved Solid LIST OF SYMBOLS / NOTATIONS C : Degree Celsius db(a) : Decibels(A-Weighted) gm/cc : Gram per Cubic Centimeter Kcal/ Hr : Kilo Calorie per Hour KVA : Kilo Volts Ampere KLD : Kilo Liters per Day KW : Kilo Watt m : meters m/s : Meters per Second mg/lit : Milligram/ Liters mg/m 3 : Milligram/cube meter of air MW : Mega Watt µg/m 3 : Microgram/cube meter of air µs : Microgram second NO X : Oxides of Nitrogen ppm : Parts per Million SO 2 : Sulphur dioxide Sq.km : Square kilometer Sqm : Square Meter TPM : Tonne per Month Table of Contents Page xiv

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26 TOR COMPLIANCE

27 COMPLIANCE OF TOR TOR No. TOR Points Compliance Status 1. Executive summary of the project Separately provided with the EIA report 2. Photographs of the existing and Refer Annexure-15 (a) proposed plant area 3. Compliance to the conditions stipulated The existing unit was not covered under in the Environmental Clearance / NOC the old EIA Notification-1994 prevalent granted by the SPCB. at the time of its establishment and hence Environmental Clearance was not obtained by the unit. 4. A certified copy of the report of the status of compliance of the conditions stipulated in the environmental clearance and Consent to Operate for the ongoing existing operation of the project by the Regional Office of the Ministry of Environment and Forests and SPCB. 5. Recent monitoring report from SPCB, which shall include data on AAQ, water quality, solid waste etc. shall be submitted. 6. Has the unit received any notice under the Section 5 of Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 or relevant Sections of Air and Water Acts? If so, compliance to the notice(s) Refer Annexure-1 & 3 for Copy of NOC & Compliance report of NOC respectively. Refer Annexure-4 for the certified copy of the compliance report of CTO from Gujarat Pollution Control Board (GPCB) for our existing plant and recommendation for our proposed project. The existing unit was not covered under the old EIA Notification-1994 prevalent at the time of its establishment and hence Environmental Clearance was not obtained by the unit. Therefore unit does not require to obtain certified compliance report of the conditions stipulated in the environmental clearance for the ongoing existing operation of the project by the Regional Office of the MEF&CC. Refer Chapter-1, Section-1.7 Refer Annexure-12 for monitoring report from GPCB as well as NABL approved laboratory. No such notice has been received in last two years 7. A line diagram/flow sheet for the Refer Chapter-2, Section-2.6 and Compliance of TOR Page xxi

28 TOR No. TOR Points Compliance Status process and EMP Chapter-5 8. The earlier questionnaire for industry Refer Annexure-5 sector should be submitted while submitting EIA/EMP. 9. A site location map on Indian map of Refer Chapter-2, Figure-2.1, 2.2, 2.3 & 1:10,00,000 scale followed by 1:50,000/ 2.4 (Pg. No. 2.3, 2.4, 2.5 & 2.6) 1:25,000 scale on an A3/A2 sheet with at least next 10 kms of terrains i.e. circle of 10 kms and further 10 kms on A3/A2 sheets with proper longitude /latitude /heights with min. 100/200 m. contours should be included. 3-D view i.e. DEM (Digital Elevation Model) for the area in 10 km radius from the proposal site. 10. Present land use should be prepared based on satellite imagery. Highresolution satellite image data having 1m-5m spatial resolution like quick bird, Ikonos, IRS P-6 pan sharpened etc. for the 10Km radius area from proposed site. The same should be used for land used/land-cover mapping of the area. 11. Location of national parks / wildlife sanctuary / reserve forests within 10 km. radius should specifically be mentioned. A map showing land use / land cover, reserved forests, wildlife sanctuaries, national parks, tiger reserve etc. in 10 km of the project site. 12. Project site layout plan to scale using AutoCAD showing raw materials, fly ash and other storage plans, bore well or water storage, aquifers (within 1 km.) dumping, waste disposal, green areas, water bodies, rivers/drainage passing through the project site should be included. 13. Details and classification of total land (identified and acquired) should be included. Refer Chapter-3, Section-3.3.3, Figure- 3.3 (Pg. No. 3.9) There is no national parks / wildlife sanctuary / reserve forests within 10 Km radius areas from the Plant Site. For land use/ land cover Refer Chapter-3, Section-3.3.3, Figure-3.3 (Pg. No. 3.9) Refer Chapter-2, Section , Figure-2.5 (Pg. No. 2.17) Proposed expansion will be carried out within the existing premises having an total area of 42,290 sqmt. For the area break-up and plant lay-out refer Chapter-2, Section , Figure-2.5 Compliance of TOR Page xxii

29 TOR No. TOR Points 14. Proposal should be submitted to the Ministry for environment clearance only after acquiring total land. Necessary documents indicating acquisition of land should be included. 15. A list of industries containing name and type in 10 km radius shall be incorporated. 16. List of raw material required and source along with mode of transportation should be included. All the trucks for raw material and finished product transportation must be Environmentally Compliant. 17. Manufacturing process details for the synthetic chemicals unit should be included. 18. Mass balance for the raw material and products should be included. 19. Energy balance data for all the components should be incorporated. 20. Site-specific micro-meteorological data using temperature, relative humidity, hourly wind speed and direction and rainfall should be collected. 21. Sources of secondary emissions, its control and monitoring as per the CPCB guidelines should be included. A full chapter on fugitive emissions and (Pg. No. 2.17) Compliance Status Refer Annexure-6 & 7 for land possession documents and NA permission respectively. Proposed expansion will be carried out within the existing premises having an total area of 42,290 sqmt. No additional land will be required for the proposed expansion. Refer Annexure-6 & 7 for land possession documents and NA permission for the acquired land. Refer Annexure-8 for the list of industries and refer Figure 2.4 (Pg. No. 2.6) for Google map showing nearby industries Refer Chapter-2, Section-2.8 Refer Chapter-2, Section-2.6 Refer Chapter-2, Section-2.6 Unit has made all the necessary provisions in existing plant for energy conservation and unit is also planning to conduct energy audit regularly after the proposed expansion. Refer Chapter-2, Section-2.9 for energy balance Refer Chapter-3, Section Refer Chapter-2, Section and Chapter-4, Section (C) Compliance of TOR Page xxiii

30 TOR No. TOR Points control technologies should be provided. 22. 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 30th May, Compliance Status G.S.R. 414(E) dated 30th May, 2008 is for Sponge Iron Plant whereas this is an existing synthetic organic resins manufacturing unit and intend to do expansion in existing production capacity and therefore, this is not applicable to this unit. However, unit has taken all the adequate measures to control the fugitive emissions as described in Chapter-4, Section-4.5.2(C) 23. Vehicular pollution control and its Refer Chapter-4, Section-4.5.2(C) and management plan should be submitted. Chapter-5, Section Ambient air quality at 8 locations within Refer Chapter-3, Section the study area of 10 km aerial coverage from project site with one AAQMS in downwind direction should be carried out. 25. Determination of atmospheric inversion Refer Chapter-3, Section and level at the project site and assessment Chapter-4, Section of ground level concentration of pollutants from the stack emission based on site-specific meteorological features. 26. Air quality modeling for all the plants proposed for specific pollutants needs to be done. APCS for the control of emissions within 50 mg/nm3 should be included. 27. Action plan to follow National Ambient Air Quality Emission Standards issued by the Ministry vide G.S.R. No. 826(E) dated 16th November, 2009 should be included. 28. Ambient air quality monitoring should be included for the day (24 hrs) for maximum GLC along with following : i. Emissions (g/second) with and without the air pollution control measures ii. Meteorological inputs (wind speed, Refer Chapter-4, Section and Chapter-2, Section Refer Chapter-4, Section Refer Chapter-3, Section & 3.3.6; Chapter-4, Section and Chapter-8, Section 8.4 Compliance of TOR Page xxiv

31 TOR No. TOR Points m/s), wind direction, ambient air temperature, cloud cover, relative humidity iii. Model input options for terrain, plume rise, deposition etc. iv. Print-out of model input and output on hourly and daily average basis v. A graph of daily averaged concentration (MGLC scenario) with downwind distance at every 500 m interval covering the exact location of GLC. vi. Details of air pollution control methods used with percentage efficiency that are used for emission rate estimation with respect to each pollutant vii. Applicable air quality standards as per LULC covered in the study area and % contribution of the proposed plant to the applicable Air quality standard. In case of expansion project, the contribution should be inclusive of both existing and expanded capacity. viii. No. I-VII are to be repeated for fugitive emissions and any other source type relevant and used for industry ix. Graphs of monthly average daily concentration with down-wind distance x. Specify when and where the ambient air quality standards are exceeded either due to the proposed plant alone or when the plant contribution is added to the background air quality. xi. Fugitive dust protection or dust reduction technology for workers within 30 m of the plant active areas. Compliance Status Compliance of TOR Page xxv

32 TOR TOR Points Compliance Status No. 29. Impact of the transport of the raw Refer Chapter-4, Section materials and end products on the surrounding environment should be assessed and provided. 30. One season data for gaseous emissions Refer Annexure-12 other than monsoon season is necessary. 31. Presence of aquifer(s) within 1 km of the Refer Chapter-3, Section and project boundaries and management Chapter-5, Section-5.5 plan for recharging the aquifer should be included. 32. Source of surface/ground water level, site (GPS), cation, anion (Ion Chromatograph), metal trace element (as above) chemical analysis for water to be used along with a Piper and Piper Duro-V diagram. If surface water is used from river, rainfall, discharge rate, quantity, drainage and distance from project site should also be included. 33. Ground water analysis with bore well data, litho-logs, drawdown and recovery tests to quantify the area and volume of aquifer and its management. 34. Action plan for rainwater harvesting measures at plant site should be submitted to harvest rainwater from the roof tops and storm water drains to recharge the ground water and also to use for the various activities at the project site to conserve fresh water and reduce the water requirement from other sources. Rain water harvesting and groundwater recharge structures may also be constructed outside the plant premises in consultation with local Gram Panchayat and Village Heads to augment the ground water level. Compliance of TOR Page xxvi Refer Chapter-3, Section Source of water for the existing unit as well as proposed expansion is Narmada water supplied through pipeline by Gujarat Water Infrastructure Ltd. Refer Chapter-3, Section Source of water for the existing unit as well as proposed expansion is Narmada water supplied through pipeline by Gujarat Water Infrastructure Ltd. No ground water is used for any purpose in existing unit and this practice will also be followed after proposed expansion also. Refer Chapter-5, Section-5.5

33 TOR No. TOR Points Incorporation of water harvesting plan for the project is necessary, if source of water is bore well. 35. Permission for the drawl of water from the concerned authority and water balance data including quantity of effluent generated, recycled and reused and discharged is to be provided. Methods adopted/to be adopted for the water conservation should be included. 36. Surface water quality of nearby River (60 m upstream and downstream) and other surface drains at 8 locations must be ascertained. 37. If the site is within 10 km radius of any major river, Flood Hazard Zonation Mapping is required at 1:5000 to 1;10,000 scale indicating the peak and lean river discharge as well as flood occurrence frequency. 38. Ground water monitoring minimum at 8 locations and near solid waste dump zone. Geological features and Geohydrological status of the study area are essential as also. Ecological status (Terrestrial and Aquatic) is vital. 39. Detailed description of the flora and fauna (terrestrial and aquatic) should be given with special reference to rare, endemic and endangered species. 40. Action plan for the green belt development plan in 33 % area should be included. The green belt should be around the project boundary and a scheme for greening of the travelling roads should also be incorporated. All rooftops/terraces should have some Compliance Status Refer Annexure-9 for permission of water. For water balance data refer Chapter-2, Section For water conservation methods, refer Chapter-5, Section-5.5 & There is not any perennial river, reservoir etc in the study area. However, in certain villages, ponds have been seen during study period from which water samples have been collected to find out the water quality as a part of baseline study. Refer Chapter-3, Section No major perennial river exists within the study area. Refer Chapter-3, Section & For ecological status, refer Chapter-3, Section Refer Chapter-3, Section Refer Chapter-5, Section-5.4 Compliance of TOR Page xxvii

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