Zarafshon irrigation rehabilitation and management improvement project



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Budget


64. Costs for TA activities. The actual cost of implementing the EMPs was not estimated, provided all environmental requirements are incorporated into the project design and reflected in the works contracts then these costs would be borne by the contractors. No additional funding will be provided to ALRI and to State Ecological Inspectorate for monitoring compliance with agreed measures, enforcing laws, regulations and covenants; these costs would be borne by the institutions themselves. At the same time, as the EMP contains several TA activities, the project will provide special financing in this regard. In the Table 6 below are presented estimated costs for the various activities under the TA program which will be built in the project budget.
Table 6. Budget estimates


Line item

Yr. 1

Yr. 2

Total

1. Public awareness and information dissemination on sustainable water and land use










Public awareness program on water management to demonstrate modem irrigation and drainage technologies of on-farm water management


15000,00

15000,00

30000,00

Community program on sustainable land use practices, including information about full implications of mono-culture on soil fertility, land degradation and quality and quantity of crops

15000,00

15000,00

30000,00

2. Capacity building for Environmental management in implementing irrigation rehabilitation subprojects










Trainings for the rayon inspectors on project environmental assessment and monitoring

6000,00

6000,00

12000,00

National workshop to review and exchange information on the environmental results of the project

3000,00

3000,00

6000,00

Grand total







78000,00



EA Disclosure and Public Consultation

65. EA disclosure. The PMU on September 26, 2016 has disseminated the draft summary EA report to different stakeholders for review and comment. On October 4-5, 2016 the PMU has publicly disseminated the 5-page announcement GEMP summary (with Annexes showing the Mitigation and Monitoring Plans) for public access in paper copies. The arrangements for an announcement regarding the availability of the GEMP summary, data of public consultation, contact information and where copies can be obtained, etc. had been done by the PMU. At the same time the GEMP summary and relevant annotation has been open for wide NGO community via website of Aarhus center of Tajikistan – www.aarhus.tj and via tajcnet@googlegroups.com network.


66. EA Consultations. The PMU organized and conducted a public briefing and consultation on the draft GEMP on October 4-5, 2016. The place, time and purpose of the consultation were announced one week in advance of the meeting. In addition to the public announcement of the meeting, invitations were sent to environmental and socio-agricultural NGOs, local representatives of the government bodies, such as CEP, MoA, MoH, MMWR, SCLA and others. There were presentations on GEMP issues which were discussed during the meeting. It was also noted that this draft GEMP document covered practically all potential impacts and possible mitigation measures. The draft document was revised after the meeting taking into account inputs from the consultation. The final version of the GEMP was made publicly available in Tajikistan in October 2016 and updated further in April 2017. The final GEMP was provided to the World Bank, and will be used by the government agencies in the implementation of the project.


ANNEXES

Annex 1. Field site visit checklist for adjusting GEMP to selected IS

Annex 2. EMP Checklist

Annex 3. People met and consulted



Annex 4. Minutes on the GEMP consultations
Annex 1. Field site visit checklist for adjusting GEMP to selected IS

Project Name:        Date/time of Visit:
Irrigation Scheme:          Visitors:
Current activity and site history

  • Who is the site contact (name, position, contact information)?

  • What is the area of the site to be used for project activities?

  • What are current uses of the site?

  • What were previous uses of the site (give dates if possible)?

Environmental Situation

  • Are there sensitive sites nearby (nature reserves, cultural sites, and historical landmarks)?

  • Are there water courses on the site?

  • What is the terrain or slope?

  • Does the site experience flooding, waterlogging or landslides? Are there signs of erosion?

  • What are the neighbouring buildings (e.g. schools, dwellings, industries) and land uses? Estimate distances.

  • Will the proposed site affect transportation or public utilities?

Licenses, Permits and Clearances

  • Does the site require licenses or permits to operate the type of activity proposed? Are these available for inspection?

  • What environmental or other (e.g., health, forestry) authorities have jurisdiction over the site?

Water Quality Issues

  • Does the proposed activity use water for any purposes (give details and estimate quantity). What is the source?

  • Will the proposed activity produce any effluent? (estimate quantity and identify discharge point);

  • Is there a drainage system on site for surface waters or sewage? Is there a plan available of existing drainage or septic systems?

  • How waste water is managed (surface water courses, dry wells, septic tanks)?

Soils

  • What is the ground surface (agricultural land, pasture, etc.)?

  • Will the project damage soils during construction or operations?

  • Will the project affect the landscape significantly (draining wetlands, changing stream courses);

Biological environment

  • Describe vegetation cover on the site.

  • Is there information about rare or threatened flora and fauna at or near the site? If yes, would the project have an impact or increase risk to the species?

  • Obtain a list of vertebrate fauna and common plants of the site (if available).

  • Note potential negative impacts on biota if project proceeds.

Visual Inspection Procedures

  • Try to obtain a site map or make a sketch to mark details.

  • Take photos, if permitted.

  • Walk over as much of the site as possible, including boundaries, to note adjacent activities.

  • Note any odors, smoke or visual dust emissions, standing water, etc.

Resettlement issues

  • Is there any fruit tress which will be affected during rehabilitation works?

  • Explain if any of private land will be affected.



Annex 2. EMP Checklist


PART 1: INSTITUTIONAL & ADMINISTRATIVE

Country




Project title




Scope of project and activity




Institutional arrangements

(Name and contacts)



WB

(Project Team Leader)




Project Management

Local Counterpart and/or Recipient


Implementation arrangements

(Name and contacts)



Safeguard Supervision

Local Counterpart Supervision

Local Environmental Inspectorate Supervision


Contactor


SITE DESCRIPTION

Name of site




Describe site location




Attachment 1: Site Map [ ] Y [ ] N

Who owns the land?




Geographic description




LEGISLATION

Identify national & local legislation & permits that apply to project activity




PUBLIC CONSULTATION

Identify when / where the public consultation process took place




INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY BUILDING

Will there be any capacity building?

[ ] N or [ ]Y if Yes, Attachment 2 includes the capacity building program




PART 2: ENVIRONMENTAL /SOCIAL SCREENING

Will the site activity include/involve any of the following:

Activity

Status

Additional references

  1. Building rehabilitation

[ ] Yes [ ] No

See Section B below

  1. New construction

[ ] Yes [ ] No

See Section B below

  1. Individual wastewater treatment system

[ ] Yes [ ] No

See Section C below

  1. Historic building(s) and districts

[ ] Yes [ ] No

See Section D below

  1. Acquisition of land11

[ ] Yes [ ] No

See Section E below

  1. Hazardous or toxic materials12

[ ] Yes [ ] No

See Section F below

  1. Impacts on forests and/or protected areas

[ ] Yes [ ] No

See Section G below

  1. Handling / management of medical waste

[ ] Yes [ ] No

See Section H below

ACTIVITY

PARAMETER

MITIGATION MEASURES CHECKLIST

A. General Conditions

Notification and Worker Safety

  1. The local construction and environment inspectorates and communities have been notified of upcoming activities

  2. The public has been notified of the works through appropriate notification in the media and/or at publicly accessible sites (including the site of the works)

  3. All legally required permits have been acquired for construction and/or rehabilitation

  4. All work will be carried out in a safe and disciplined manner designed to minimize impacts on neighboring residents and environment.

  5. Workers’ PPE will comply with international good practice (always hardhats, as needed masks and safety glasses, harnesses and safety boots)

  6. Appropriate signposting of the sites will inform workers of key rules and regulations to follow.

B. General Rehabilitation and /or Construction Activities

Air Quality

  1. During interior demolition use debris-chutes above the first floor

  2. Keep demolition debris in controlled area and spray with water mist to reduce debris dust

  3. Suppress dust during pneumatic drilling/wall destruction by ongoing water spraying and/or installing dust screen enclosures at site

  4. Keep surrounding environment (side-walks, roads) free of debris to minimize dust

  5. There will be no open burning of construction / waste material at the site

  6. There will be no excessive idling of construction vehicles at sites

Noise

  1. Construction noise will be limited to restricted times agreed to in the permit

  2. During operations the engine covers of generators, air compressors and other powered mechanical equipment should be closed, and equipment placed as far away from residential areas as possible

Water Quality

  1. The site will establish appropriate erosion and sediment control measures such as e.g. hay bales and / or silt fences to prevent sediment from moving off site and causing excessive turbidity in nearby streams and rivers.

Waste management

  1. Waste collection and disposal pathways and sites will be identified for all major waste types expected from demolition and construction activities.

  2. Mineral construction and demolition wastes will be separated from general refuse, organic, liquid and chemical wastes by on-site sorting and stored in appropriate containers.

  3. Construction waste will be collected and disposed properly by licensed collectors

  4. The records of waste disposal will be maintained as proof for proper management as designed.

  5. Whenever feasible the contractor will reuse and recycle appropriate and viable materials (except asbestos)




ACTIVITY

PARAMETER

MITIGATION MEASURES CHECKLIST

C. Individual wastewater treatment system

Water Quality

  1. The approach to handling sanitary wastes and wastewater from building sites (installation or reconstruction) must be approved by the local authorities

  2. Before being discharged into receiving waters, effluents from individual wastewater systems must be treated in order to meet the minimal quality criteria set out by national guidelines on effluent quality and wastewater treatment

  3. Monitoring of new wastewater systems (before/after) will be carried out

D. Historic building(s)

Cultural Heritage

  1. If the building is a designated historic structure, very close to such a structure, or located in a designated historic district, notify and obtain approval/permits from local authorities and address all construction activities in line with local and national legislation

  2. Ensure that provisions are put in place so that artifacts or other possible “chance finds” encountered in excavation or construction are noted, officials contacted, and works activities delayed or modified to account for such finds.

E. Acquisition of land

Land Acquisition Plan/Framework

  1. If expropriation of land was not expected and is required, or if loss of access to income of legal or illegal users of land was not expected but may occur, that the bank task Team Leader is consulted.

  2. The approved Land Acquisition Plan/Framework (if required by the project) will be implemented

F. Toxic Materials

Asbestos management

  1. If asbestos is located on the project site, mark clearly as hazardous material

  2. When possible the asbestos will be appropriately contained and sealed to minimize exposure

  3. The asbestos prior to removal (if removal is necessary) will be treated with a wetting agent to minimize asbestos dust

  4. Asbestos will be handled and disposed by skilled & experienced professionals

  5. If asbestos material is be stored temporarily, the wastes should be securely enclosed inside closed containments and marked appropriately

  6. The removed asbestos will not be reused

Toxic / hazardous waste management

  1. Temporarily storage on site of all hazardous or toxic substances will be in safe containers labeled with details of composition, properties and handling information

  2. The containers of hazardous substances should be placed in an leak-proof container to prevent spillage and leaching

  3. The wastes are transported by specially licensed carriers and disposed in a licensed facility.

  4. Paints with toxic ingredients or solvents or lead-based paints will not be used

G. Affects forests and/or protected areas

Protection

  1. All recognized natural habitats and protected areas in the immediate vicinity of the activity will not be damaged or exploited, all staff will be strictly prohibited from hunting, foraging, logging or other damaging activities.

  2. For large trees in the vicinity of the activity, mark and cordon off with a fence large tress and protect root system and avoid any damage to the trees

  3. Adjacent wetlands and streams will be protected, from construction site run-off, with appropriate erosion and sediment control feature to include by not limited to hay bales, silt fences

  4. There will be no unlicensed borrow pits, quarries or waste dumps in adjacent areas, especially not in protected areas.

H. Disposal of medical waste

Infrastructure for medical waste management

  1. In compliance with national regulations the contractor will insure that newly constructed and/or rehabilitated health care facilities include sufficient infrastructure for medical waste handling and disposal; this includes and not limited to:

  • Special facilities for segregated healthcare waste (including soiled instruments “sharps”, and human tissue or fluids) from other waste disposal; and

  • Appropriate storage facilities for medical waste are in place; and

  • If the activity includes facility-based treatment, appropriate disposal options are in place and operational


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