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COMPLIANCE REPORT OF OMAXE PARKWOOD-I, BILLANWALI, SOLAN,

HIMACHAL PRADESH
Construction Phase:
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Consent for establishment shall be


obtained from Himachal Pradesh
Pollution Control Board under the Air
and Water Act and a copy shall be
submitted to the Ministry before start of
any construction at the site.
All required sanitary and hygienic
measures should be in place before
starting construction activities and to be
maintained throughout the construction
phase.
A First Aid Room will be provided in the
project both during construction and
operation of the project.
Adequate drinking water and sanitary
facilities should be provided for the
construction workers at the site.
Provision should be made for mobile
toilets. The safe disposal of waste
water and solid wastes generated
during the construction phase should
be ensured.
All the top soil excavated during the
construction activities should be stored
for use in horticulture/ landscape
development within the project site.

Disposal of muck during construction


phase should not create any adverse
effect on the neighboring communities
and be disposed taking the necessary
precautions for general safety and
health aspects of the people only in the
approved sites with the approval of the
competent authority.
Soil and ground water samples will be
tested to ascertain that there is no
threat to ground water quality by
leaching of heavy metals and other
toxic contaminants.

We have already received


consent to establish under Air &
Water
Act
from
Himachal
Pradesh Pollution Control Board,
and a copy of the same is
already sent to you.
Sanitary and hygienic conditions
are maintained during the
construction phase and will be
maintained
throughout
the
construction phase.
A First Aid Room is provided both
during construction and operation
phase of the project.
Adequate drinking water and
sanitary facilities are provided for
the construction workers at the
site. The waste water and the
solid waste generated during the
construction phase are disposed
off as per their requirement.
The top soil excavated during the
construction activities are stored
and will be used for development
of green belt, horticulture and
landscape development within
the project site.
Muck including other construction
waste during construction are
disposed off such that they have
no adverse effect on the
neighboring communities and
special precautions are taken for
general
safety
and
health
aspects.
Soil and Ground water samples
are tested and there is no threat
to ground water quality by
leaching of heavy metals and
other toxic contaminants.

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Construction
spoils,
including
bituminous materials, must not be
allowed to contaminate watercourse
and the dumpsites for such materials
must be secured so that they should
not leach into the ground water.

Construction spoils, including


bituminous materials are stored
away from the surface water and
are stored in a plastic sheeting to
prevent leaks and spills and are
not allowed to contaminate water
courses, also it is secured that
they do not leach into ground
water.
Any hazardous waste generated during It shall be done.
construction
phase,
should
be
disposed off as per applicable rules
and norms with necessary approval of
Himachal Pradesh Pollution Control
Board.
The diesel generator sets to be used The DG Sets are used as power
during construction phase should be backup. The low sulphar diesel is
low sulphur diesel type and should used as fuel in order to reduce
conform
to
Environment the pollution load. The DG Sets
(Protection)Rules prescribed for air and are acoustically enclosed and
noise emission standards.
conforms to the rules made
under E(P) A, 1986 prescribed
for Air and Noise emission
standards.
The diesel required for operating DG It shall be done.
Sets shall be stored in underground
tanks if required; clearance from Chief
Controller of Explosives shall be taken.
Vehicles hired for bringing construction The vehicles hired for bringing
material to the site should be in good construction material to the site
condition and should have a pollution are in the good condition. They
check certificate and should conform to are pollution under control
the applicable air and noise emission certified vehicles and are allowed
standards and should be operated only to operate during non-peak
during non-peak hours.
hours.
Ambient noise level should conform to Ambient noise level conforms to
residential standards both during day the residential standards both
and night. Incremental pollution loads during day and night, and it will
on the ambient air and noise quality be
monitored
during
the
should be closely monitored during construction phase. Latest test
construction
phase.
Adequate reports are enclosed for your
measures should be made to reduce ready reference.
ambient air and noise level during
construction phase, so as to conform to
the
stipulated
standards
by
CPCB/HPPCB.

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Fly ash should be used as building


material in the construction as per the
provisions of Fly Ash Notification of
September,1999 and amended as on
27th August,2003.(The above condition
is applicable only if the project site is
located within 100 Km of Thermal
Power Stations)
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Ready mixed concrete must be used in
building construction.
xvi Storm water control and re-use as per
CGWB and BIS standards for various
applications.
xvii Water demand during construction
shall be reduced by use of pre-mixed
concrete, curing agents and other best
practices referred.
xviii Permission to draw ground water shall
be obtained from the competent
authority prior to construction /
operation of the project.
xix Separation of black and grey water
should be done by the use of dual
plumbing line for separation of grey
and black water.
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Fixtures for showers, toilet flushing and
drinking should be of low flow either by
the use of aerators or pressure
reducing devises or sensor based
control.
xxi Use of glass may be reduced by up to
40%
to
reduce
the
electricity
consumption
and
load
on
air
conditioning. If necessary, use of high
quality double glass with special
reflective coating in windows.
xxii Roof should meet the prescriptive
requirement
as
per
Energy
Conservation Building Code by using
appropriate thermal insulation material
to fulfill the requirement.

Ready mix concrete are used for


construction from RMC Plant and
cement contains fly ash.

Ready mixed concrete is used for


construction.
Storm water control and its reuse
shall be as per CGWB and BIS
Standards.
Pre- mixed concrete and other
best practices are used during
the construction in order to
reduced the water demand.
We have already received the
NOC from CGWB for abstraction
of ground water and the copy of
the same is already sent to you.
It shall be done.

Fixtures for showers, toilets


flushing and drinking will be of
low flow and sensor based in
order to reduce the wastage of
water.
It shall be done.

Roof designing are as per Energy


Conservation
Building
Code
Standards
and
appropriate
thermal insulation material shall
be used in order to conserve the
energy.
xxiii Opaque wall should meet the It shall be done as per norms of
prescriptive requirement as per Energy the Energy Conservation Building
Conservation Building Code which is Code.
proposed to be mandatory for all air

conditioned spaces while it is aspiration


for non air conditioned spaces by use
of appropriate thermal insulation
material to fulfill the requirement.
xxiv The approval of the competent
authority shall be obtained for structural
safety of the building due to earthquake
, adequacy of fire fighting equipments,
etc. as per National Building Code
including protection measures from
lightening etc.
xxv Regular supervision of the above and
other measures for monitoring should
be in place all through the construction
phase, so as to avoid disturbance to
the surroundings.
xxvi Under the provision of Environment
(Protection) Act, 1986, legal actions
shall be initiated against the project
proponent if it was found that the
construction of the project has been
started without obtaining environmental
clearance.

It is already been done.

It is already been done.

The construction of the project


was started after getting the
Environmental Clearance from
MoEF, Govt. of India.

GENERAL CONDITIONS

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The environmental safeguards contained in the EIA


Report should be implicated in letter and spirit.
Provision should be made for supply of Kerosene or
cooking gas and pressure cooker to the labourers
during construction phase.

It is being done.

Free fuel and utensils


are provided to the
construction workers
at the site by the
project proponent
Six monthly progress reports should be submitted to It shall be done.
the Ministry and its Regional office, Chandigarh.
Officials from the Regional office ofd MOEF, Full
cooperation,
Chandigarh who would be monitoring the facilities
&
implementation of environmental safeguards should documents/data will
be
given
full
cooperation,
facilities
and be provided to the
documents/data by the project proponents during officials of Regional
their inspection. A complete set of all the documents Office
of
MoEF,
submitted to MOEF should be forwarded to the Chandigarh.
CCF, Regional Office of MOEF, Chandigarh.
In case of any change(s) in the scope of the project, A fresh application will
the project would require a fresh appraisal by this be
submitted
to
Ministry.
MoEF, If any change
in scope of the
project.
The Ministry reserves the right to add additional The project proponent
safeguard measures subsequently, if found will abide by all the
necessary, and to take action including revoking of rules/ regulation and it
the Environmental Clearance under the provisions will also ensure its
of the Environmental (Protection) Act,1986 to effective
ensure effective implementation of the suggested implementation.
safeguard measures in a time bound and
satisfactory manner.
All others statutory clearances such as the approval It shall be done.
for the storage of diesel from the Chief Controller of
Explosives, Fire Department, Civil Aviation
Department, Forest conservation Act,1980 and
Wildlife (Protection) Act,1972 etc. shall be obtained,
as applicable by project proponents from the
respective competent authorities.
These stipulations would be enforced among others A
copy
of
under the provisions of Water(Prevention and Environmental
control of pollution)Act,1974, the Air(Prevention and clearance & Consent
control
of
pollution)
Act,1981,
the to
establish
from
Environmental(Protection)Act,1986,
the
Public HPSPCB is made

Liability(Insurance)Act,1991
and
EIA
Notification,2006.
9 Environmental Clearance is subject to the final
order of the Honble Supreme Court of India in the
matter of Goa Foundation Vs. Union of India in Writ
Petition(Civil)No.460 of 2004 as may be applicable
to this project.
10 Any appeal against this Environmental Clearance
shall lie with the National Environmental Appellate
Authority, if preferred , within a period of 30 Days as
prescribed under section 11 of the National
Environmental Appellate Act,1997.

available at the site


office.
This
shall
be
applicable.

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