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Download Environmental Clearance for Mining Activity for Major Minerals

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TitleEnvironmental Clearance for Mining Activity for Major Minerals
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QUESTIONANIRE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL APPRAISL (MINING SECTOR PROJECTS) Note 1: All Information given in the form of annexures should be part of this file itself. Annexure as separate files will not be accepted. Note 2: Please enter x in appropriate box where answer is Yes/No 1. General Information A. Name of the project B. Objective of the project C. Location of mine(s) Village Tehsil District State D. Does the proposal relate to: 1. New mine Yes No 2. Expansion (i) Increase in ML area Yes No (ii) Increase in annual production Yes No 3. Renewal of ML Yes No 4. Modernization Yes No II. Site Information A. Geographical Information 1. Latitude 2. Longitude 3. Survey of India Topo sheet No. (optional) 4. Elevation above Mean Sea Level B. Total lease Area (in ha.) Mining Sector projects C. Dominant nature of terrain 1. Flat Yes No 2. Undulated Yes No 3. Hilly Yes No 4. Coastal Yes No III. Land usage of the lease Area (in ha.) A. Agriculture B. Forest C. Waste Land D. Mangroves E. Grazing F. Marshy G. Surface water bodies H. Other (Specify) Total IV. Whether the mine lease area falls in seismically active zone? Yes No Zone No. If yes, earth quakes in last 10 years A. Severity (Scale) Mining Sector Projects B. Impact i.e. Damage to 1. Life Yes No 2. Property Yes No 3. Existing mine Yes No V. Whether the proposed falls in landslide prone zone? Yes No VI. Break-up of the land use proposed A. Mining Lease Area 1. Area to be mined 2. Storage for top soil 3. Overburden/Dumps 4. Mineral storage 5. Infrastructure (workshop, Administrative Building) 6. Roads 7. Rails 8. Green Belt (In hectares) 9. Township 10. Tailings pond 11. Effluent treatment plant 12. Coal handling plant/mineral Separation plant 13. Others (specify) 14. Total Area B. Township (outside mine lease) 1. Total Area 2. No. of dwelling units 3. Distance from mine site VII. Distance of water bodies (in Km) Distance of River Bank* Other Water bodies * Sea/creek/lake etc. (specify) Mine lease boundary Ancillary facilities *Form highest flood line/high tide line VII. For projects falling within CRZ A. Whether the mineral to be mined is of rare/strategic nature and not available outside CRZ? Yes No If so, annex a scaled location map duly certified* by the Chief Hydrographer in indicating low tide line* (LTL), high tide line* (HTL), mining lease area and its distance from LTL and HTL, sand dunes and settlements within 10 km. IX. Indicate aerial distance from the periphery of core zone/buffer zone of following (up to 10 km): X. Description * of flora & fauna in the core and buffer zones. S.No. Areas Name Arieal Distance from (in km.) CORE BUFFER ZONE ZONE 1. National Park 2. Sanctuary/Tiger Reserve/Elephant/any other Reserve 3. Core Zone of Biosphere 4. Habitat for migratory birds 5. Archaeological sites (i) Notified (ii) Others 6. Defence Installation 7. Industries/Thermal Power 8. Other Mines 9. Airports 10. Railways Lines 11. National/State Highways [* Consult the wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972 as amended subsequently and list species with (1) Common name (2) Scientific name and (3) under which schedule of the Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972 and as amended subsequently the identified species fall. Get the list authenticated by an Expert in the field /credible scientific institute/ Chief wildlife Warden office.] A. Flora 1. Agricultural crops 2. Commercial crops 3. Plantation 4. Natural vegetation/forest type 5. Grass lands 6. Endangered species 7. Endemic species 8. Other (Specify) B. Fauna 1. Total listing of faunal elements 2. Endangered species 3. Endemic species 4. Migratory species 5. Route of migratory species 6. Details of aquatic fauna, if applicable XI. Details of mineral reserves Quantity (in Million tones) A. Proven B. Indicated C. Inferred D. Mineable reserves XII. Major geological formation/disturbances in the mine area A. Geological & Structural maps submitted Yes No B. Geomorphologic contour Yes No Map/section submitted C. 1. Faults 2. Dykes 3. Shear Zone 4. Folds 5. Other weak zones D. Source of data XIII. Production of mineral and life of mine A. Rated capacity of mine (million tonne/annum) B. Life of mine(Years) C. Lease period (Years) D. Date of expiry of lease (D/M/Y) E. In case of existing mines 1. Date of opening mine 2. Avg. production in the last five years 3. Avg./Projected production for the next 10 years (million tones/annum) E. Whether plans & sections provided ? Yes No XIV. Type and method of mining operations S.No. A.TYPE S.NO. B.METHOD 1 Open-Cast 1 Manual 2 Underground 2 Semi-mechanized 3. Both 3 Mechanized XV. Ancillary operations for mineral processing A. Existing B. Additional XVI. Loading, transportation and unloading of mineral and waste rocks on surface: A. Manual B. Tubs, mine cars, etc. C. Scrapper, shovels, dumpers/trucks D. Conveyors (belt, chain,etc.) E. Others (specify). XVII. Mine details A. Open east mines 1. Stripping ratio (mineral to over burden in tonne/m 3 ) 2. Thickness of top soil (in m.) (i) Minimum (ii) Maximum (iii) Avg. 3. Thickness of overburden (in m.) (i) Minimum (ii) Maximum (iii) Avg. B. Underground mines Depth(m) 1. Seam/Ore body 2. Mode of entry into the mine (i) Shaft (ii) Adit (ii) Incline 3. Details of machinery to be used (i) On surface (ii) At Face (iii) For transportation (iv) Others 4. Method of stoping (metalliferrous mines) (i) Open (ii) Filled (iii) Shrinkage (iv) Caving (v) Combination of above (vi) Others (Specify) 5. Depillaring method (i) Caving Thickness (m) (ii) Stowing (iii) Partial extraction 6. Ventilation arrangement (i) Existing (ii) Proposed 7. Subsidence (i) Anticipated subsidence (in m.) (ii) Magnitude of surface strains (iii) Slope change (iv) Identified possible subsidence areas (v) Major impacts on natural drainage pattern, human habitat, water bodies, etc. (vi) Salient features of subsidence monitoring and control. XVIII. Surface drainage pattern at mine site A. What is the pre-mining surface drainage pattern at the site? B. Do you propose any modification/diversion in Yes No. The existing natural drainage pattern? Provide location map indicating contours, direction of flow of water, and proposed route/changes, if any i.e. realignment of river/nallah/any other water body falling within core zone. XIX. Vehicular traffic density Type No. of vehicles per day A. Existing B. After the proposed activity C. Whether the existing Yes No. Road network is adequate? D. If no, provide details of alternative proposal XX. Mineral(s) transportation from the mine site Qty.(in TPD) Percentage (%) A. Road B. Rail C. Conveyors D. Rope way E. Water ways F. Pipeline G. Other (Specify) Total XXI. Status of mining lease area (in ha.) Purpose Required Acquired To be acquired Govt. Private Govt. Private Govt. Private Forest Oth ers Agriculture Others Forest Others Agriculture Others Forest Others Agriculture 1. Mining area 2. Area for storage/dumps 3. Ancillary facilities (processing plant etc.) 4. Tailing dam/pend 5. Township 6. Area for green belt 7. Roads etc. 8. Other infrastructure (Specify) Total: XXII. Baseline Meteorological & Air Quality data A. 1. Micro-meteorological data (Continuous monitoring for full season except monsoon through autographic instrument) 2. Seasonal wind rose pattern (16 points of compass i.e. N,NNE,NE,---) -Day time - Night time - 24-hours period 3. Site specific monitored data Month Hourly Average Wind Speed (kmph) 123................ .30/31 day Cloud Cover** (Octas of sky) 4. Rainfall (in mm.) (i) Total (Annual) (ii) 24 hr highest 5. Wind speed (kmph) (i) Max. (ii) Mean (iii) % of Calm 6. Temperature (deg. Celsius) (i) Min. (ii) Max. (ii) Mean 7. Relative Humidity (%) Mean * 24-Hours rainfall Mean should be reported 08:30 hrs. IST of previous day to 08:30 hrs IST of the day. * Rainy day is considered when 24 hrs. rainfall is> 2.5 mm. ** Visual observations of cloud cover should be recorded four times a day at regular intervals. B. Ambient air quality data*(RPM, SPM, SO2, NOx, CO) *Frequency of monitoring should be as per guidelines of CPCB and monitoring should cover one full season except monsoon. 1. Season & period for which monitoring has been carried out 2. Frequency of sampling 3. No. of samples collected at each monitoring station Day, Time and Location Wind Speed and Direction 24-hr. concentrations as monitored (in µg/ m3 Permissible AAQ Standards Name of instruments used and senstivity SPM RPM SO2 Nox CO Pb** EPA* SPCB *EPA-As notified under the Environment (protection)Act,1986 AAQ as monitored (24 hourly) SPM RPM SO2 Nox CO Pb** Max. Min. Mean 98 percentile ** For mineral specific site only #annex a location map indicating location of AAQ stations, their direction & distance w.r.t. project site. # Attach additional sheets as required to provide complete data as mentioned for one season. XXIII. Stack emission detail, if any (Frequency of stack monitoring should be as per CPCB guidelines) S.No Process/unit of operation (e.g. DG Set, Boiler) Height of Stack (m) Internal top dia.(m) Flue Gas Exit Velocity (m/sec) Emission rate (kg/hr) Heat emission rate from top of stack (K.cal/hr) Exhaust/ Flue Gas Temperature in de celcius. SPM NOx SO2 CO A. Equipment used for stack monitoring XXIV. Details of fugitive emissions during mining operations XXV. Air Quality Impact Prediction (AQIP) A. 1. Details of model(s) used for AQIP including grid size terrain features, and input meteorological data 2. Maximum incremental GLC values of pollutants based on prediction exercise (in ug/m3) S.No. Pollutants Incremental Value Ambient Air Quality Resultant Air Quality 1. SPM 2. RPM 3. SO2 4. MOX 5. CO XXVI. Water requirement (m3 /day) Purpose Avg. Demand Peak Demand A. Mine site 1. Mine Operation 2. Land reclamation 3. Dust suppression 4. Drinking 5. Green Belt 6. Beneficiation 7. Washeries 8. Fire Service 9. Others (pl. specify) B. Township 1. Green Belt 2. Domestic 3. Other(pl. specify) TOTAL XXVII. Source of water supply* S.No. Source M3 /day 1. River (name) 2. Groundwater 3. Other surface water bodies (pl. specify) * Annex a copy of sanction letter from the concerned authority for drawing water. XXVIII. Lean season flow in case of river (cumees) XXIX. Ground water potential of the area A. Average water table (metres) below ground level 1. Pre-monsoon 2. Post-monsoon B. Annual recharge rate (cubic metres) C. Avg. withdrawal rate (cubic metres) XXX. Physico-chemical analysis* of water at intake point (*All parameters as per drinking water standards) XXXI. Competing users of the water source S.No. Usage Present Consumption including pumping (m3 /day) Additional proposed as per local plan (m3 /day) Total (m3 /day) Surface Ground Surface Ground Surface Ground 1. Irrigation 2. Industry 3. Mining 4. Domestic 5. Others (specify) Total XXXII. Waster Water Management A. Daily discharge (m3 /day) from different sources 1. Mine discharge 2. Workshop 3. Domestic 4. Beneficiation 5. Washeries 6. Others (Specify) 7. Total B. Are you planning to provide waste water treatment plant? Yes No C. Quantity of water recycled/reused/ to be recycled in 1. Percentage 2. (M3 /day) D. Point of final discharge Final Point Quantity discharged (in m3 /day) 1. Surface (i) Agriculture land (ii) Waste land (iii) Forest land (iv) Green belt 2. River 3. Lake 4. Estuary 5. Sea Total E. Users of discharge water 1. Human Yes No 2. Livestock Yes No 3. Irrigation Yes No 4. Industry Yes No 5. Others (specify) F. Details of the Water body where final effluent is/will be discharged 1. Average flow rate 2. Lean season flow rate 3. Aquatic life 4. Analysis of river water 100 meters upstream and 100 meters downstream of discharge point. XXXII. Water balance statement in the form of flow diagram indicating source (s), consumption (section-wise) and output. XXXIV. Solid Waste A. Solid waste quantity and quality Name (Lump/fines/slurry/Sludge/others) Composition Quantity (m3 /month) Method of disposal 1. Mining activity a. Top Soil b. Over burden c. Others (specify) 2. Effluent Treatment Plant (sludge) Total Annex layout plan indicating the dump sites B. 1. Does waste(s) contain any hazardous/toxic Yes No substance/ radioactive materials or heavy metals? 2. If yes, provide details and precautionary measures. C. Recovery and recycling possibilities D. Possible user (s) of the solid waste E. 1. Is the solid waste suitable for backfilling ? Yes No 2. If yes, when do you propose to start backfilling Solid waste(s) Accumulated To be generated (B) % of A&B backfilling A B Over burden Others (Specify) F. Reclamation & rehabilitation plan G. In case waste is to be dumped on the ground, indicate 1. Associated environmental problems 2. Number & type of waste dumps (i) Height of dumps (metres) (ii) Slope of the dump (angle) (iii) Proposed bio-engg. Mitigation measures XXXV. Noise level (dB) A. Source B. Abatement measures S.No. Source Noise Level (dB) Max. Min. Mean XXXVI. Fuel/Energy requirements A. Total power requirement (MW) S.No. Mine Site Township Others (specify) Total 1 Present 2 Proposed/additional Total B. Source of power (MW) S.No. SEB/Grid* Captive power plant DG Sets 1 Present 2 Proposed Total * Annex a copy of the sanction letter from the concerned authority C. Details of fuels S.No. Fuel** Daily Consumption (TPD) Calorific value (Keals/kg) % Ash % Sulphur Existing Proposed 1 2 3 HSD LSHS Other (specify) XXXVII. Storage of inflammable/explosive materials S.No. Name Number of Storages Consumption (in TPD) Maximum Quantity at any point of time 1 Diesel 2. Fuel Oil 3. Explosives 4. Others (pl. specify) XXXVIII. Occupational and community health, safety and hygiene A. What major occupational and community health and safety hazards (surface and U/G fire, inundation, explosion etc.) are anticipated? B. What provisions have been made/proposed to conform to health and safety requirement? C. In case of an existing mine, furnish a comprehensive report on health status of the workers D. Mineralogical composition of RPM(dust) E. Details of personal protective equipment provided/to be provided to the workers F. Information on radiation protection measures, if applicable. XXXIX. Plantation A. Lease area (in ha.) 1. Area broken up 2. To be broken up 3. Unbroken area B. Total Township area (in ha) C. Area afforested and proposed (in ha.) Peripheral 1. Existing 2. Proposed Existing mine New mine Dumps Roads Township Others D. No. and type of trees planted & proposed 1. Existing (i) when plantation was started? Date (ii) No. (iii) Survival rate% (iv) Type of species (v) Avg. height (in m) 2. Proposed XL. Human Settlement Core Zone Buffer Zone Population* Number of households (* As per latest available census record or actual survey) XLI. Rehabilitation & Resettlement (R&R) Plan A. Name and no. of villages falling within 1. Core zone 2. 500 m from the blasting site (s) 3. Township site B. Village(s) affected by the project: C. Population to be displaced/Land oustees D. Whether R&R plan has been finalized? If yes salient features of R&R plan for oustees S.No. Village name (within mine lease) Population Occupation Average Annual Income Tribal Others Name of Village(s) falling Number of oustees within Land (only) Homestead (only) Land and Homestead (Both) Mining Lease 1. 2. ?? ?? Township Site 1. 2. ?? ?? 1. Site where the people are proposed to be resettled & facilities to be provided 2. Compensation package including funds earmarked 3. Agency/Authority responsible for their resettlement 4. Period by which resettlement of Project Affected People will be over XLII. Pollution Control A. Details of pollution control measures B. For existing units 1. Difficulties encountered in implementing pollution control measures/Environmental management plan. 2. Efficiency of each of the pollution equipment/system installed C. For proposed Units S.No. Existing Proposed to be installed 1 Air 2 Water 3 Noise 4 Solid Waste S.No. Name of the system/equipment Design efficiency % Present working efficiency% S.No. Name of the system equipment Design efficiency % XLIII. Capital cost of the project in Rs. Lakh (as proposed to the funding agency/financial institution) XLIV. Cost of environmental protection measures in Rs. Lakh S.No. Capital cost Recurring Cost per annum 1. Pollution Control 2. Pollution Monitoring 3. Occupational Health 4. Green Belt (Mine+Township) 5. Reclamation/Rehabilitation of mined out area 6. Others (specify) Total XLV. Amount earmarked/proposed for socio-economic welfare measures for the nearby villages other than R&R plans. A. Villages(name) to be adopted, if any B. Socio-economic package C. Amount earmarked (in Rs. Lakh) XLVI. Public Hearing A. Date of Advertisement B. Newspapers in which the advertisement appeared C. Date of hearing (D/M/Y) D. Public Hearing Panel chaired by & members present E. No. of people attended the public hearing meeting and number of people from the lease area. F. Summary/ details of public hearing in tabular form Issues raised by Public Response/Commitment of project Proponents Suggestions made by public hearing XLVII. Whether the following approvals*(wherever applicable) have been obtained? A. Site clearance from MoEF Yes No B. NOC from State Pollution Control Yes No Board C. NOC from Atomic Energy Division Yes No D. Mining plan approval from IBM/ Yes No Ministry of Coal E. Forestry clearance under FCA,1980 Yes No F. Chief Controller of Explosives Yes No G. Commitment regarding availability Of water and power from the Yes No concerned State Authorities *(Annex copies) XLVIII. Was/Is there any court case relating to the project or related activities? If so, details thereof. The data and information given in this Performa are true to the best of my knowledge and belief. Date: Signature of the Applicant with full name & address. Place: Given under the seal of organization On behalf of whom the applicant is signing. LIST OF DOCUMENTS TO BE ATTACHED WITH THE MINING PROJECTS PROFORMA S.No. Documents Refer Proforma Ques. No. 1. A scaled map (1:2500) duly certified* by the Chief Hydrographer indicating low tide line* (LTL), high tide line*(HTL), mining lease area and its distance from LTL and HTL, sand dunes and settlements within 10 Km. 8(A) 2. Geological and structural maps. 12(A) 3. Geomorphological contour map/section. 12(B) 4. Plan and sections 13 (F) 5. A location map of the mine lease area indicating existing water bodies (river, nallah, other drainage channel), direction of flow of water, contours and proposed changes in alignment of river/stream/nallah/any other water body, if any. 18(B) 6. Seasonal wind rose diagrams for day time, night time and 24 hours period 22(A.2) 7. A location map indicating AAQ stations, their direction and distance with respect to the project site. 22(b) 8. Physico-chemical analysis report of water at intake points (all parameters as per drinking water standards) 30 9. Water balance statement in the form of flow diagram indicating input sources(s), consumption (section-wise) and output. 33 10. Analysis report of water 100 m upstream and 100m downstream of discharge point 32 (F.4) 11. Layout map indicating solid waste/top soil dump site(s) 34(A) 12. Mine site reclamation and rehabilitation plan. 34(F) 13. Fuel analysis report 36(C) 14. A report on health status of workers 38(C) 15. Public hearing report 46(F) 16. A copy of site clearance letter. 47(A) 17. A copy of NOC from the State Pollution Control Board 47(B) 18. A copy of NOC from the Atomic Energy Divison 47(C) 19. A copy of mining plan approval from IBM/Ministry of Coal 47(D) 20. A copy of forestry clearance 47(E) 21. A copy of approval of Chief Controller of Explosives 47(F) 22. Copies of commitments regarding availability of water and power from the concerned State authorities 47(G)
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