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2 CONTENT LIST PRE-FEASIBILITY REPORT S. NO. CONTENTS PAGE NO. 1.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY INTRODUCTION OF THE PROJECT/ BACKGROUND INFORMATION 3 (i) IDENTIFICATION OF PROJECT & PROJECT PROPONENT 3 (ii) BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF NATURE OF THE PROJECT 4 (iii) NEED FOR THE PROJECT & ITS IMPORTANCE TO THE COUNTRY 4 /REGION (iv) DEMAND-SUPPLY GAP 4 (v) IMPORTS VS. INDIGENOUS PRODUCTION 4 (vi) EXPORT POSSIBILITY 5 (vii) DOMESTIC/EXPORT MARKETS 5 (viii) EMPLOYMENT GENERATION (DIRECT AND INDIRECT) DUE TO 5 THE PROJECT 3.0 PROJECT DESCRIPTION 5 (i) TYPE OF PROJECT INCLUDING INTERLINKED AND INDEPENDENT 5 PROJECTS, IF ANY (ii) LOCATION (MAP SHOWING GENERAL LOCATION, SPECIFIC 5 LOCATION, AND PROJECT BOUNDARY & PROJECT SITE LAYOUT) WITH COORDINATES (iii) DETAILS OF ALTERNATIVE SITE CONSIDERED 7 (iv) SIZE OR MAGNITUDE OF OPERATION 7 (v) PROJECT DESCRIPTION WITH PROCESS DETAILS 7 (vi) RAW MATERIAL REQUIRED ALONG WITH ESTIMATED 11 QUANTITY, LIKELY SOURCE, MARKETING AREA OF FINAL PRODUCTS, MODE OF TRANSPORT OF RAW MATERIAL AND FINISHED PRODUCT (vii) RESOURCES OPTIMIZATION/ RECYCLING AND REUSE ENVISAGED 11 IN THE PROJECT, IF ANY, SHOULD BE BRIEFLY OUTLINED (viii) AVAILABILITY OF WATER ITS SOURCE, ENERGY /POWER 11 REQUIREMENT AND SOURCE (ix) QUANTITY OF WASTE TO BE GENERATED (LIQUID AND SOLID) 11 AND SCHEME FOR THEIR MANAGEMENT/DISPOSAL 4.0 SITE ANALYSIS 12 (i) CONNECTIVITY 12 (ii) LAND FORM, LAND USE AND LAND OWNERSHIP 12 (iii) TOPOGRAPHY ALONG WITH MAP 12 (iv) EXISTING LAND USE PATTERN {AGRICULTURE, NON- AGRICULTURE, FOREST, WATER BODIES (INCLUDING AREA UNDER CRZ)}, SHORTEST DISTANCES FROM THE PERIPHERY OF THE PROJECT TO PERIPHERY OF THE FORESTS, NATIONAL PARK, WILD LIFE SANCTUARY, ECO SENSITIVE AREAS, WATER BODIES (DISTANCE FROM THE HFL OF THE RIVER), CRZ. IN CASE OF NOTIFIED INDUSTRIAL AREA, A COPY OF THE GAZETTE 12 i

3 S. NO. CONTENTS PAGE NO. NOTIFICATION (v) EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE 15 (vi) SOIL CLASSIFICATION 15 (vii) CLIMATIC DATA FROM SECONDARY SOURCES 15 (viii) SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE AVAILABLE PLANNING BRIEF 15 (i) PLANNING CONCEPT (TYPE OF INDUSTRIES, FACILITIES, AND 15 TRANSPORTATION ETC.) TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING/DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY CLASSIFICATION (ii) POPULATION PROJECTION 15 (iii) LAND USE PLANNING 15 (iv) ASSESSMENT OF INFRASTRUCTURE DEMAND (PHYSICAL & 16 SOCIAL) (v) AMENITIES/FACILITIES PROPOSED INFRASTRUCTURE 16 (i) INDUSTRIAL AREA (PROCESSING AREA) 16 (ii) RESIDENTIAL AREA (NON PROCESSING AREA) 16 (iii) GREEN BELT DEVELOPMENT 16 (iv) SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE 16 (v) CONNECTIVITY 16 (vi) DRINKING WATER MANAGEMENT (SOURCE & SUPPLY OF 17 WATER) (vii) SEWERAGE SYSTEM 17 (viii) INDUSTRIAL WASTE MANAGEMENT 17 (ix) SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT 17 (x) POWER REQUIREMENT & SUPPLY/SOURCE REHABILITATION AND RESETTLEMENT (R& R) PLAN 17 (i) POLICY TO BE ADOPTED (CENTRAL/STATE)IN RESPECT OF THE 17 PROJECT AFFECTED PERSONS INCLUDING HOME OUSTEES, LAND OUSTEES AND LANDLESS LABORERS (BRIEF OUTLINE TO BE GIVEN) 8.0 PROJECT SCHEDULE & COST ESTIMATES 17 (i) LIKELY DATE OF START OF CONSTRUCTION AND LIKELY DATE 17 OF COMPLETION (TIME SCHEDULE FOR THE PROJECT TO BE GIVEN) (ii) ESTIMATED PROJECT COST ALONG WITH ANALYSIS IN TERMS OF 18 ECONOMIC VIABILITY OF THE PROJECT 9.0 ANALYSIS OF PROPOSAL 18 ii

4 ANNEXURE LIST S. NO. PARTICULAR ANNEXURE NO. 1. KHASRA DETAILS I 2. LETTER FOR INTENT (LOI) II LIST OF TABLES TABLE NO. NAME OF TABLE PAGE NO. 1. HIGHLIGHTS OF THE PROJECT SUMMARY OF MANPOWER REQUIRED 5 PROJECT DESCRIPTION 7 BREAK- UP OF WATER REQUIREMENT ENVIRONMENTAL SETTINGS 13 LIST OF FIGURES FIGURE NO. NAME OF FIGURE PAGE NO. 1 LOCATION MAP 6 2 ENVIRONMENTAL SETTING MAP 14 iii

5 Parewar Limestone Mines SN - II with Proposed Limestone Production Capacity of 2.4 MTPA & Overburden 0.85 million m³/annum (M.L. Area ha) near Village Parewar SN-II, Tehsil & District Jaisalmer (Rajasthan). 1.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY PRE-FEASIBILITY REPORT Table 1 Highlights of the Project S. No. Particulars Details A. Location Details 1. Villages Parewar & Joga 2. Tehsil Jaisalmer 3. District Jaisalmer 4. State Rajasthan 5. Latitude to N 6. Longitude to E 7. Toposheet No. 40 1/11 & 1 /15 B. Lease Area Details 8. Lease area ha (Govt. Land ha & Private and C. Details of Environmental Setting ha ) 10. Nearest National Highway NH-15 (~ 50 km in SSE) 11. Nearest Railway Station Jaisalmer (~ 50 km in SSE direction) 12. Nearest Airport Jaisalmer (~ 50 km in SSE direction) 13. National Park, Wild Life Sanctuaries, Biosphere Reserves, Reserved Forest etc. None within 10 km radius of mine site 14. Protected Forest within 10 km radius One protected forest (~9.5 km in SSE direction) 15. Water Bodies (within 10 km radius) Indira Gandhi Canal (~7.5 km in North direction) 16. Seismic Zone Zone III as per IS: 1893 (Part-I) : 2002 D. Cost Details 17. Total Project Cost Rs. 46 Crore/- + Land Cost /- 18. Cost for Environmental Protection Measures Capital Cost Rs. 2 Crore/- 19. Recurring cost on Environmental Protection Measures E. Requirements of The Project Rs. 60 Lakhs/ annum 20. Water Requirement 90 KLD water will be required for (dust M/s. Lafarge India Private Limited 1

6 Parewar Limestone Mines SN - II with Proposed Limestone Production Capacity of 2.4 MTPA & Overburden 0.85 million m³/annum (M.L. Area ha) near Village Parewar SN-II, Tehsil & District Jaisalmer (Rajasthan). M/s. Lafarge India Private Limited 2 suppression, drinking & sanitation, green belt) & will be sourced from nearby villages on contract basis or from Indira Gandhi Canal 7.5 km away from the lease area after taking permission from the concerned authority. 21. Power Requirement Power is only required for mines office, workshop 22. Man Power Requirement 114 persons. 1.1 MITIGATION MEASURES Air Pollution Control Measures and for illumination along the haul road/ active pit which is very insignificant i.e. 100 KWH sourced from state electricity board /captive power plant. Following measures will be taken to control air/fugitive pollution during mining operations: Sharp drill bits will be used for drilling to reduce generation of dust. Drilling machines will be equipped with water spraying system to prevent dust from getting air borne. Control Blasting will be done. Optimizing the blasting parameters to control & prevent the dust from getting air borne will be made to control the fly rock. Rock breaker will be used for breaking over sized boulders, which eliminates the generation of dust and noise due to secondary blasting activities. Water spraying on the haul roads will be done. De-dusting system will be provided at crushing plant with bag filter arrangements to collect the dust generated during crushing. Besides water spraying will also be done to suppress the dust. Green Belt will be developed around the periphery of the mining lease & plantation will be developed along haul roads, office, workshop etc. to reduce the propogation of air borne dust Water Quality Management Garland drains will be provided around the pit to prevent the entry of rainwater into the mining pit.

7 Parewar Limestone Mines SN - II with Proposed Limestone Production Capacity of 2.4 MTPA & Overburden 0.85 million m³/annum (M.L. Area ha) near Village Parewar SN-II, Tehsil & District Jaisalmer (Rajasthan). Garland drain/ filtration bund will be provided around dumps to retain the water percolation coming from waste dumps for settling of solid particles. Septic tanks and soak pits will be provided for the disposal of domestic waste water. Rainwater falling in the catchments area of mining pit will be collected in sump of mines i.e. in lower benches Noise Pollution Control Drilling will be carried out with the help of sharp drill bits which will help in reducing noise. Controlled blasting will be carried out to minimize vibration. Rock breaker will be used to avoid secondary blasting. Earmuffs/Earplugs will be provided to all operators and employees working near the machinery. Proper maintenance, oiling and greasing of machines at regular intervals will be done to reduce generation of noise. Green belt will be done along the lease boundary & plantation will be developed along haul road, around workshop etc. to minimize the propagation of noise. Periodical monitoring of noise will be done. 2.0 INTRODUCTION OF THE PROJECT/ BACKGROUND INFORMATION (i) Identification of Project and Project Proponent Lafarge is world leader in building materials. Lafarge currently has 6 cement plants in India. In recent years, Lafarge has significantly enlarged its operations across its three business divisions - Cement, Aggregates and Concrete. The company has an established presence across all major cities and towns in India. Lafarge today is the market leader in the ready-mix concrete business with around 68 plants. To make advances in building materials, Lafarge places the customer at the heart of its concerns. Lafarge has cement plants in Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Rajasthan, Haryana and West Bengal. The total cement production capacity in the Indian market is currently around 11 MTPA. M/s. Lafarge India Private Limited 3

8 Parewar Limestone Mines SN - II with Proposed Limestone Production Capacity of 2.4 MTPA & Overburden 0.85 million m³/annum (M.L. Area ha) near Village Parewar SN-II, Tehsil & District Jaisalmer (Rajasthan). LOI letter has been granted to M/s. LIPL over an area of ha by Government of Rajasthan Mine (Group-2) department vide letter no. P.3(144) Mine/Group-2/2014 dated on (ii) Brief Description of the Nature of Project M/s. Lafarge India Pvt. Ltd. is proposing a New Limestone Mine (M.L. Area: ha) with production capacity of 2.4 MTPA & overburden 0.85 million m³/annum near Village- Parewar SN-II, Tehsil & District- Jaisalmer (Rajasthan). As per EIA Notification dated 14th September 2006, as amended from time to time, this project falls under Category A, Project or Activity 1(a) (3). (iii) Need for the Project & its Importance to the Country/ Region With respect to the importance of the project to the nation, it can be well said that in a developing nation like India, cement makes a backbone for infrastructural development. Thus, keeping in mind this requirement, mining of limestone is essential for the nation`s growth. M/s. Lafarge India Pvt. Ltd. (LIPL) has proposed this mining project in order to meet the requirement of Limestone for the manufacturing of cement in the Proposed Cement Plant. The proposed mine will be captive to proposed Cement plant of Lafarge India Pvt. Ltd.. Besides this, the project will prove beneficial in terms of socio-economic development as it will provide employment to locals. Further, the average income level, which is the indicator of socio economic status of households is expected to increase, which will ultimately result in better standard of living of the local people. (iv) Demand Supply Gap The proposed limestone mining project of LIPL will have a production capacity of 2.4 MTPA & overburden 0.85 million m³/annum which will meet the requirement/demand of limestone for the proposed Cement Plant located at Tehsil & District- Jaisalmer (Rajasthan). (v) Imports vs. Indigenous Production Limestone produced from the proposed limestone mine will be used for clinker/cement manufacturing in the proposed cement plant of LIPL. M/s. Lafarge India Private Limited 4

9 Parewar Limestone Mines SN - II with Proposed Limestone Production Capacity of 2.4 MTPA & Overburden 0.85 million m³/annum (M.L. Area ha) near Village Parewar SN-II, Tehsil & District Jaisalmer (Rajasthan). (vi) Export Possibility Not applicable as the limestone production from proposed mine will be for captive use. (vii) Domestic/Export Markets Limestone will be only utilized in the proposed cement plant. Thus there will be no other users for the limestone from this mine. (viii) Employment Generation (Direct and Indirect) due to the Project Direct and indirect employment will be generated due to the proposed mining project. Some skilled manpower may be required from the nearby area to the extent available while remaining unskilled/ semi- skilled manpower will be sourced from the local. Preference will be given to locals as per eligibility. The total manpower needed to run the mine has been assessed as 114 persons for the proposed production capacity. Table 2 Summary of Manpower Required S. No. Category No. of persons 1. Highly Skilled 3 2. Skilled Semi skilled Unskilled 10 Total PROJECT DESCRIPTION (i) Type of Project Including Interlinked And Independent Projects, If Any: M/s. Lafarge India Pvt. Ltd. is proposing Limestone Mine (ML Area: 832 ha) with production capacity of 2.4 MTPA & overburden 0.85 million m³/annum near Village-Parewar SN-II, Tehsil & District- Jaisalmer (Rajasthan). Interlinked Project: Proposed Integrated Cement Plant project - Cement (2.6 MTPA), Clinker [1.6 MTPA], DG Set (2.5 MW) & WHRB (10 MW) near Village- Parewar, Tehsil & District- Jaisalmer (Rajasthan). (ii) Location (map showing general location, specific location, and project boundary & project site layout) with coordinates. Location map showing the proposed mine site is shown in figure no.- 1 on next page. M/s. Lafarge India Private Limited 5

10 Parewar Limestone Mines SN - II with Proposed Limestone Production Capacity of 2.4 MTPA & Overburden 0.85 million m³/annum (M.L. Area ha) near Village Parewar SN-II, Tehsil & District Jaisalmer (Rajasthan). Figure No. 1: Location Map Showing General & Specific Location of the Proposed Mine Site M/s. Lafarge India Private Limited 6

11 Parewar Limestone Mines SN - II with Proposed Limestone Production Capacity of 2.4 MTPA & Overburden 0.85 million m³/annum (M.L. Area ha) near Village Parewar SN-II, Tehsil & District Jaisalmer (Rajasthan). M/s. Lafarge India Private Limited 7 Table- 3 Project Description S. No. Particulars Details A. Location Details 1. Villages Parewar & Joga 2. Tehsil & District Jaisalmer 3. State Rajasthan 4. Latitude N to N 5. Longitude E to E 6. Toposheet No. 40 1/11 & 40 1/15 (iii) Details of Alternate Sites Considered No alternative site has been taken into consideration as the mineral (limestone) is available at this site. (vi). Size or Magnitude of Operation Mining Lease area for the Proposed Limestone Mine is ha and proposed Production Capacity is 2.4 MTPA & overburden 0.85 million m³/annum. (v) Project Description with Process Detail (a schematic diagram/ flow chart showing the project layout, components of the project etc. should be given) A. Regional Geology: The limestone belt of Jaisalmer has a vast tract of over 90 km and is a part of Khuiala formation of lower Eocene age. It is overlained by Shumar formation (Pleistocene to sub recent). The present investigation was restricted to Khuiala formation which comprises hard compact bouldery limestone which is underlain by chalky limestone & it is further underlain by marl, shale and Bentonite clays. Limestone beds are structurally undisturbed and horizontally disposes with gentle rolling dips of 2-4 due N-NW. Theoretically there are no perfectly horizontal beds in nature but here due to undisturbed water conditions of the basin of deposition and tectonic stability, limestone beds are found horizontal or nearly sub- horizontal. On the whole the area is undulating without detectable dips or strike, Messa and butte land from are also noticed containing scree and talus over slopes.

12 Parewar Limestone Mines SN - II with Proposed Limestone Production Capacity of 2.4 MTPA & Overburden 0.85 million m³/annum (M.L. Area ha) near Village Parewar SN-II, Tehsil & District Jaisalmer (Rajasthan). Due to thin soil cover and windblown sand, limestone is exposed intermittently As we know that ground water charged with necessary chemicals seeps along stratification, joints planes, cracks, and other openings in the rocks and slowly dissolved the soluble rock but here due to arid climate limestone is subjected to more mechanical erosion rather than chemical. However certain degree of solution effect was noticed in form of minor solution cavities. DESCRIPITON OF LITHOLOGICAL UNITS: (A) PSEUDO CONGLOMERATIC /IRONSTONE Weathered ironstone is present in the northern portion of the area over mount or hillocks. Weathered stone form thin float over sloping surface and ground iron enrichment. Bacterial activity in iron rich water is believed to be effective in the deposition of ferruginous soluble substances. (B) HARD COMPACT LIMESTONE Exposed is southern and central portion of block as disseminated patches and is intermittently covered by blown sand of 0.50m. thickness. It is bouldary creamish white to pinkish, fine grained, hard and fossiliferous in nature. It contains thickness 2-3 mts and underlain by chalky (Cement grade) limestone of whitish colour. Fossils of Gastropods, Biralves and Foraminifera commonly occur in hard compact limestone. (C) CHALKY LIMESTONE It is white to yellowish white moderately hard to friable limestone of cement grade. It is exposed at the surface only along the natural section and escarpment. Chalky limestone mts thick and contains fossils of Bivalves, Branchiopods, Gastropods. (D) MARL It is yellowish white calcarious mudstone encountered below chalky limestone in some bore holes. It is not exposed on surface. (E) SHALE M/s. Lafarge India Private Limited 8

13 Parewar Limestone Mines SN - II with Proposed Limestone Production Capacity of 2.4 MTPA & Overburden 0.85 million m³/annum (M.L. Area ha) near Village Parewar SN-II, Tehsil & District Jaisalmer (Rajasthan). An argillaceous rock which has a well marked bedding plane fissility primarily due to the orientation of the clay minerals parallel to the bedding planes. Shales are soluble in water and do not form plastic mass when wet. Shales are encountered in the bore holes. (F) BENTONITIC CLAY It is present at the bottom of boreholes on an average of 20m of depth. It has not well developed partings along bedding planes. B. Local Geology: As per the surface exposures and sub surface data available from the bore holes drilled in the area it is observed that the lithological unit in the area varies widely in its contents and nature within the mining lease area. In some parts of the area has the alluvium capping and the upper horizon consists of iron stone as overburden. Below this iron stone is the bentonitic siltstone as overburden. These two litho unites are located in the eastern part of the area. The limestone occurs below these two litho units spread all over the lease area applied for. Thin to thick bands bentonitic clay, bentonitic siltstone, clayey limestone etc. occur within the cement grade limestone as waste. The general sequence of lithological units in descending order with their thicknesses found in the area is as given below:- Nil to 3.00m: Alluvium 3.00 to 8.00m: Iron stone 0.5 to 4.50m: Bentonitic Siltstone and clay 3.00 to 8.00m: Cement grade limestone Nil to 10.00: Bentonitic clay, clayey and chalky limestone etc. occur alternatively or otherwise within the cement grade Bottom: Sandstone M/s. Lafarge India Private Limited 9

14 Parewar Limestone Mines SN - II with Proposed Limestone Production Capacity of 2.4 MTPA & Overburden 0.85 million m³/annum (M.L. Area ha) near Village Parewar SN-II, Tehsil & District Jaisalmer (Rajasthan). Shape and size of the mineral/ore deposit: The Mineral limestone suitable for cement manufacture occurs in the entire lease area applied for up to the lease boundary. Thus the shape of the deposit the same as the lease area applied for with varying thickness in depth ranging from 27 to 35m. The overall size of the deposit is 3800m in length and 2600 m in width. C. Mining Methodology Mining operation will be carried out by fully mechanized opencast metod, utilizing Heavy Earth Moving Equipment (HEME) in conjunction with Deep Hole blasting. Type of working: Opencast mechanized Process: Drilling by larger diameter drills Blasting by conventional explosives Loading by high bucket capacity shovel Transporting by dumpers up to crusher. Table 4 Mining details S. No. PARTICULARS DETAILS 1. Method of Mining Opencast mechanized method 2. Proposed Production 2.4 MTPA & Overburden 0.85 million m³/annum 3. Total Reserves Million tonnes 4. Total Mineable Reserves Million tonnes 5. Life of Mine 92 Years 6. Bench Height 8 m 7. Working Width 30 m 8. Elevation Range 171 to 186 mrl 9. Overall Pit Slope Number of Working Days 300 days M/s. Lafarge India Private Limited 10

15 Parewar Limestone Mines SN - II with Proposed Limestone Production Capacity of 2.4 MTPA & Overburden 0.85 million m³/annum (M.L. Area ha) near Village Parewar SN-II, Tehsil & District Jaisalmer (Rajasthan). (vi) Raw Material required Along With Estimated Quantity, Likely Source, Marketing Area of Final Products, Mode of Transport of Raw Material and Finished Product This is a mining project; hence no raw material will be required. Limestone will be used in captive cement plant, so no marketing area will be required. Limestone will be transported from mine to the proposed cement plant by dumpers as mine site is adjacent to the proposed Cement Plant. (vii) Resources Optimization/ Recycling and Reuse Envisaged in the Project, if any, should be briefly Outlined. No waste water will be generated during mining operations. Waste water form workshop in the mine will be recovered by oil- water separator & same will be used for dust suppression. Top soil will be utilized for development of green belt and Afforestation. (viii) Availability of Water, Its Source, Energy /Power Requirement and Source a. Water Requirement Total water requirement for the proposed limestone mine will be 90 KLD which will be sourced from nearby villages on contract basis or from Indira Gandhi Canal 7.5 km away from the lease area after taking permission from the concerned authority. b. Power Requirement Power is only required for mines office, workshop and for illumination along the haul road/active pit which is very insignificant i.e. 100 KW which will be sourced from State Electricity Board/captive power plant. (ix) Quantity of Waste to Be Generated (Liquid and Solid) And Scheme for Their Management/Disposal A. Liquid No waste water will be generated during mining operations. Waste water generated from mine office will be disposed off in soak pits via septic tank. M/s. Lafarge India Private Limited 11

16 Parewar Limestone Mines SN - II with Proposed Limestone Production Capacity of 2.4 MTPA & Overburden 0.85 million m³/annum (M.L. Area ha) near Village Parewar SN-II, Tehsil & District Jaisalmer (Rajasthan). Water generated from workshop will be treated by oil- separator & treated water will be used for dust suppression. B. Solid Top soil will be utilized for development of green belt & Afforestation. OB/ SB/ IB will be used for backfilling the excavated area. There will be no 4.0 SITE ANALYSIS overburden dump at the conceptual stage. (i) Connectivity The nearest railway station is Jaisalmer, which is about 50 km away from the mine site in SSE direction and NH 15 is at about 50 km in SSE direction from proposed limestone mine. The nearest airport is Jaisalmer, which is about 50 km away from the mine site in SSE direction. (ii) Land Form, Land Use and Land Ownership Total Mining lease area for the proposed project is ha, which falls in villages Parewar & Joga. Out of the total lease area, ha is private agricultural land and ha is govt. waste land. At the end of life of mine total excavated area will be partly backfilled and partly converted into water reservoir. (iii) Topography The region is characterized by flat topography with ground undulation restricted within 2.5 m to 5-10m. The undulating prominent escarpments and mounds terminate abruptly against the valley portion for mile together. The escarpment having low lying circular areas comprises limestone toward the south. The ground assumes to raised table land with flat areas. The slope of the ground is towards north. The topography due to plateau feature with gentle slope develops a step like profile. (iv) Existing Land Use Pattern {Agriculture, Non-Agriculture, Forest, Water Bodies (Including Area Under CRZ)}, Shortest Distances From The Periphery Of The Project To Periphery Of The Forests, National Park, Wild Life Sanctuary, Eco Sensitive Areas, Water Bodies (Distance From The HFL Of The River), CRZ. In Case Of Notified Industrial Area, A Copy Of The Gazette Notification. M/s. Lafarge India Private Limited 12

17 Parewar Limestone Mines SN - II with Proposed Limestone Production Capacity of 2.4 MTPA & Overburden 0.85 million m³/annum (M.L. Area ha) near Village Parewar SN-II, Tehsil & District Jaisalmer (Rajasthan). Table - 5 ENVIRONMENTAL SETTINGS OF THE AREA S. No. Particulars Details 1. Nearest National Highway NH-15 (~50 km in SSE) 2. Nearest Railway Station Jaisalmer ( 50 km in SSE direction) 3. Nearest Airport Jaisalmer ( 50 km in SSE direction) 4. National Park, Wild Life Sanctuaries, None within 10 km radius of mine site Biosphere Reserves, Reserved etc. 5. Protected Forest within 10 km radius Protected forest at (~9.5 km in SSE direction) 6. Water Bodies (within 10 km radius) Indira Gandhi Canal (~7.5 km in North direction) 7. Seismic Zone Zone III as per IS: 1893 (Part-I): 2002 M/s. Lafarge India Private Limited 13

18 Parewar Limestone Mines SN - II with Proposed Limestone Production Capacity of 2.4 MTPA & Overburden 0.85 million m³/annum (M.L. Area ha) near Village Parewar SN-II, Tehsil & District Jaisalmer (Rajasthan). Figure 2: Environmental Settling Map M/s. Lafarge India Private Limited 14

19 Parewar Limestone Mines SN - II with Proposed Limestone Production Capacity of 2.4 MTPA & Overburden 0.85 million m³/annum (M.L. Area ha) near Village Parewar SN-II, Tehsil & District Jaisalmer (Rajasthan). (v) Existing Infrastructure The nearest railway station is Jaisalmer, which is about 50 km away from the mine site in SSE direction and NH 15 is at about 50 km in SSE direction from proposed limestone mine. The nearest airport is Jaisalmer, which is at about 50 km in SSE direction from proposed mine. (vi) Soil Classification The soil is mostly yellowish brown in color with sandy texture. (vii) Climatic Data from Secondary Sources The weather and climate of Jaisalmer is arid in nature typical of any desert region. Summers are very hot but winters are relatively very pleasant. Temperature in this region ranges from 12 to 45 C occasionally it rises up to 49 C during summer months and falls as low as 1 C in winter.the city is situated in Thar Desert region so monsoon is as good as negligible. Annual rainfall varies from cm and quite often erratic, so behavior of rainfall is very much erratic and occurs mainly in July to August months. (viii) Social Infrastructure Available The site is well connected with social infrastructure facilities like medical, post office, schools, police stations etc. and as such no constraints are envisaged in this aspect. Tehsil and district headquarter are near to the site. 5.0 PLANNING BRIEF a. Planning Concept (Type of Industries, Facilities and Transportation etc.) Town and Country Planning/Development Authority Classification Limestone will be loaded by dumpers & transported to the Proposed Cement Plant by road. b. Population Projection Temporary influx of people will be there as the managerial and supervisory staff will be generally from outside the area. There will be a marginal increase in population. M/s. Lafarge India Private Limited 15

20 Parewar Limestone Mines SN - II with Proposed Limestone Production Capacity of 2.4 MTPA & Overburden 0.85 million m³/annum (M.L. Area ha) near Village Parewar SN-II, Tehsil & District Jaisalmer (Rajasthan). c. Land Use Planning There will be construction of some infrastructure like mine office & workshop within the lease area. Area for built- up structures, green belt etc. will be as per approved mining plan. Land use planning for the proposed project will be followed as per approved mining plan. d. Assessment of Infrastructure Demand (Physical & Social) LIPL will assess the demand of infrastructure (Physical & Social) in nearby area of the proposed mine site and same will be developed under corporate social responsibility programs. e. Amenities/Facilities LIPL will develop the amenities/facilities in the nearby area of the proposed mine site as per requirement of local people of the nearby area under corporate social responsibility programme. 6.0 PROPOSED INFRASTRUCTURE (i) Industrial Area (Processing Area) Proposed limestone mining lease area is ha and required infrastructure for limestone mining activities will be provided by LIPL. (ii) Residential Area (Non Processing Area) This is not required as mine workers will come from nearby villages. At a later stage, residential colony may be developed for mine workers in the Proposed Cement Plant premises/area. (iii) Green Belt Green Belt will be developed around the lease boundar. Plantation will be done on undisturbed area, along haul roads, on reclaimed area, near workshop & mine office etc. The dead plants will be replaced by fresh plants. Local species will be planted in consultation with local forest officer and as per CPCB guidelines. M/s. Lafarge India Private Limited 16

21 Parewar Limestone Mines SN - II with Proposed Limestone Production Capacity of 2.4 MTPA & Overburden 0.85 million m³/annum (M.L. Area ha) near Village Parewar SN-II, Tehsil & District Jaisalmer (Rajasthan). (iv) Social Infrastructure The Proposed project will result in growth of the surrounding areas by increased direct and indirect employment opportunities in the region including ancillary development and supporting infrastructure. (v) Connectivity (Traffic and Transport Road/Rail/Metro/Water ways etc) The nearest railway station is Jaisalmer, which is about 50 km away from the mine site in SSE direction and NH 15 is at about 50 km in SSE direction from proposed limestone mine. The nearest airport is Jaisalmer, which is about 50 km in SSE direction from proposed mine. (vi) Drinking Water Management (Source& Supply of water) 1.14 KLD water is proposed for drinking purpose which will be sourced from nearby villages on contract basis. (vii) Sewerage System Domestic waste water generated from mine office will be disposed off in soak pits via septic tanks. (viii) Industrial Waste Management No industrial waste will be generated from the proposed mining project. (ix) Solid Waste Management Top soil will be stacked properly and will be used in plantation & afforestation. Initially, waste dump will be created but at the conceptual stage, entire waste will be backfilled in the excavated area. There will no waste dump at the conceptual stage. (x) Power Requirement & Supply/Source Power is only required for mines office, workshop and for illumination along the haul road/active pit which is very insignificant i.e. 100KW which will be sourced from State Electricity Board/captive power plant. M/s. Lafarge India Private Limited 17

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