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GOVERNMENT OF HARYANA

STATE ENVIRONMENT IMPACT ASSESSMENT AUTHORITY

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT, HARYANA

SCO NO. 1-3, SECTOR-17-D, CHANDIGARH.

No. DEH/09/SEIAA- Dated:…………………..


To
M/S K.S Enterprises

2450, MIE Part-A,

Bahadurgarh, Haryana.
Subject: Environmental Clearance for dyeing and finishing of wet blue processed leather.at 2450, MIE, Part-A, Bahadurgarh.

This has reference to your application no. Nil. dated 23.08.08 received in the office of MS, SEIAA on 03.09.08 seeking prior environmental clearance for the above project under EIA Notification, 2006. The proposal has been appraised in the meeting of State Expert Appraisal Committee (SEAC) constituted by MOEF-GOI vide notification dated 21.04.08; held on 27.11.08 on the basis of mandatory documents enclosed with the application viz; Form-1, Project Report and proposed Term Of Reference (TOR). The SEAC finalized the TOR,s for preparation of EIA/ EMP and also noticed certain shortcomings.



The additional clarifications alongwith EIA/ EMP as per approved TOR,s furnished by the project proponent on 25.02.09 & 08.04.09 in response to the observations of SEAC were again taken up in the meeting held on 15.04.09 as per the procedure prescribed in EIA notification 14.09.06.

[2] The Committee has examined the application and noted that the proposal is for setting up of dyeing and finishing of wet blue processed leather situated at 2450 PMIE, Part-B. The total cost of the project will be Rs.2.25 crores. The total plot area is 2057 Sq. mt.

[3] The total production has been given as 90000 pcs per month. Power requirement will be 500 KW, which will be met from the HSEB and for power back up the PP, will provide DG set of 500 KVA. The total water requirement will be 13.5 KLD which will be met from HSIIDC. Total 12 KLD of waste water will be generated which will be treated in the ETP having 15 KLD capacity.
[4] The project activity is listed at S.No. 4 (f) under Category ‘B’ of schedule of EIA Notification 2006 and the same has been appraised by the SEAC. The public hearing is not required as per Para no. III (b) of EIA notification 14.09.06 as the project is located in the identified industrial area.
[5] After considering the facts mentioned above, the SEAC categories the project as category B-I requiring preparation of EIA/EMP on the basis of approved TOR,s and SEIAA hereby accord environmental clearance to above project under the provisions of EIA notification dated 14.09.2006 subject to the compliance of the following specific and general conditions:-
1. SPECIFIC CONDITIONS:


        1. The project authority shall install the complete treatment plant including solar evaporation pond to achieve the standards prescribed by Haryana Pollution Control Board.




        1. If Chromium is used during process, then Chromium recovery plant shall be installed to recover the Chromium to the maximum extent & recovery shall not be less than 90% and proper disposal of the Chromium bearing sludge should be ensured as per the Hazardous Waste (Management & Handling) Rules1989 and as amended.


        1. The project authorities shall install 30m x 30m x 0.3m - 0.5m size solar evaporation pond.





        1. To reduce the TDS concentration in the primary treated effluent, cleaner technologies as recommended in the EIA report e.g. dry salting for reduction of TDS in waste water, counter current soaking to reduce wastewater quantity, enzyme assisted liming process, combined pickling tanning process, pretreatment and segregation of wastes etc. shall be practiced and soak liquor shall be segregated and evaporated in the solar evaporation ponds.




        1. The spent soak liquor containing high concentration of salt shall be discharged into the Solar Evaporation Pond (SEP).




        1. Adequate number of influent and effluent quality monitoring stations shall be set up in consultation with the Haryana State Pollution Control Board. Regular effluent quality monitoring shall be carried out for relevant parameters and the monitored data along with the statistical analysis and interpretation shall be submitted to the Regional office of this Ministry at Chandigarh once in six months and to the SEIAA and Haryana State Pollution Control Board once in three months.

(vii) The company shall dispose off solid waste in the secured double lined landfill site.


(viii) The total water requirement for the plant will be maximum 5 KLD and there will be zero discharged from the unit.

(ix) The project authorities shall develop 25% to 30% of the total area as green belt as per the guidelines of Central Pollution Control Board to mitigate the effect of odour nuisance from the plant.

2. GENERAL CONDITIONS:


  1. All the effluent shall be properly treated and finally treated effluent shall meet the norms stipulated by the Haryana Pollution Control Board or under Environment (P) Rules 1986.




  1. No further expansion or modifications in the plant shall be carried out without prior approval of the Ministry of Environment and Forests. In case of deviations or alterations in the project proposal from those submitted to this Ministry for clearance, a fresh reference shall be made to the Ministry to assess the adequacy of conditions imposed and to add additional environmental protection measures required, if any.




  1. The locations of ambient air quality monitoring stations shall be installed in consultation with the State Pollution Control Board (SPCB) and in the downwind direction as well as where maximum ground level concentrations are anticipated.




  1. Proper house keeping shall be maintained within the plant premises. Process machinery, exhaust and ventilation systems will be laid in accordance with Factories Act.




  1. The project authorities shall strictly comply with the rules and guidelines under Manufacture, Storage and Import of Hazardous Chemicals Rules, 1989 as amended in October, 1994 and January, 2000 and Hazardous Waste (Management and Handling) Rules, 1989, as amended from time to time. Authorization from the SPCB shall be obtained for collection, treatment, storage, and disposal of hazardous wastes.



  1. The overall noise levels in and around the plant area shall be kept well within the standards by providing noise control measures including acoustic hoods, silencers, enclosures etc. on all sources of noise generation. The ambient noise levels shall conform to the standards prescribed under Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 Rules, 1989 viz. 75 dBA (day time) and 70 dBA (night time).





  1. The company shall develop rain water harvesting structures to harvest the run off water for recharge of ground water.




  1. The company shall obtain permission from the State Ground water Authorities to draw the ground water.




  1. The company shall undertake eco-developmental measures including community welfare measures in the project area for the overall improvement of the environment. The eco-development plan should be submitted to the SEIAA and Haryana State Pollution Control Board within three months of receipt of this letter for approval.




  1. The project proponent shall also comply with all the environmental protection measures and safeguards proposed in the EIA/EMP report.




  1. A separate Environmental Management Cell equipped with full-fledged laboratory facilities shall be set up to carry out the Environmental Management and Monitoring functions.




  1. The project authorities shall earmark adequate funds to implement the conditions stipulated by the SEIAA and Haryana State Pollution Control Board alongwith the implementation schedule for all the conditions stipulated herein. The funds so provided shall not be diverted for any other purpose.




  1. The implementation of the project vis-à-vis environmental action plans shall be monitored by the concerned Regional Office of the Ministry/Regional office of the Haryana State Pollution Control Board. A six monthly compliance status report shall be submitted to monitoring agencies as well as to the SEIAA and shall be posted on the website of the Company.


  1. The project proponent shall inform the public that the project has been accorded environmental clearance by the SEIAA and copies of the clearance letter are available with the SEIAA/SPCB/Regional Office of MoEF, GOI. This shall be advertised within seven days from the date of issue of the clearance letter, at least in two local newspapers that are widely circulated in the region of which one shall be in the vernacular language of the locality concerned and a copy of the same shall be forwarded to the SEIAA and concerned Regional Office of the Ministry.

xv The project authorities shall inform the SEIAA and Regional Office of the Ministry, the date of financial closure and final approval of the project by the concerned authorities and the date of start of the project.


3. The SEIAA may revoke or suspend the clearance, if implementation of any of the above conditions is not satisfactory.

4. The SEIAA reserves the right to stipulate additional conditions, if found necessary. The company in a time bound manner will implement these conditions.


5. The above conditions will be enforced, inter-alia under the provisions of the Water(Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act,1974, Air (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, 1981, the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 Hazardous Wastes (Management and Handling) Rules, 2003 and the Public Liability Insurance Act, 1991 along with their amendments and rules.


    1. The Project proponent will not violate any judicial orders/pronouncements issued by the Hon’ble Supreme Court/High Courts.


Member Secretary,


State Level Environment Impact

Assessment Authority, Haryana, Chandigarh.

Endst. No. DEH/09/SEAC- / Dated:…………………..

A copy of the above is forwarded to the following:

1. The Additional Director (IA Division), MOEF, GOI, CGO Complex, Lodi Road, New Delhi.

2. The Regional officer, Ministry of Environment & Forests, Govt. of India, Sector 31, Chandigarh.

3. The Chairman, Haryana State Pollution Control Board, Pkl.



Member Secretary,

State Level Environment Impact

Assessment Authority, Haryana, Chandigarh.

GOVERNMENT OF HARYANA

STATE ENVIRONMENT IMPACT ASSESSMENT AUTHORITY

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT, HARYANA

SCO NO. 1-3, SECTOR-17-D, CHANDIGARH.

No. DEH/09/SEIAA- Dated:…………………..


To
Sh. D.K Kaushik, Director,

M/S Nivera Paints ( India ) Pvt. Ltd.

Plot No. 150, Sector-58, Faridabad

Haryana.

Subject: Environment Clearance for under EIA notification 2006 for Thermo set Powder coating manufacturing unit.

This has reference to your application no. Nil. dated 10.012.08 addressed to Joint Director MOEF- GOI and transferred to MS, SEIAA on 22.01.09 and subsequent letter no. NPPL/ SEAC/ 09 dated 26.02.09 seeking prior environmental clearance for the above project under EIA Notification, 2006. The proposal has been appraised in the meeting of State Expert Appraisal Committee (SEAC) constituted by MOEF-GOI vide notification dated 21.04.08; held on 16.04.09 on the basis of mandatory documents enclosed with the application viz; Form-1, Feasibility Report and Additional information given by you.

[2] The Committee has examined the application and noted that the proposal is for setting up of Thermo set powder manufacturing units at plot no. 150 sector-58, HUDA Industrial area Faridabad. The total cost of the project will be Rs.18.00 Lacs. The total plot area is 405 Sq. mt.
[3] The total production has been given as 600 Mt per annum of Thermo Set powder. The raw material for preparation of dry paint will be different pigment, additive and resin. No solvent will be used in manufacturing process. The process involves pre-mixing, dry blending, melt mixing grinding, sewing, packing and recovery and the process is non hazardous. The total Power requirement will be 200 KW, which will be met from the HSEB and for power back up the PP, will provide DG set of 125 KVA. The total water requirement will be 1 cubic mtrs per day which will be met from HUDA and 850 ltrs per day of sewage will be disposed of in the industries sewerage line.
[4] The project activity is listed at S.No. 5 (f) under Category ‘B’ of schedule of EIA Notification 2006 and the same has been appraised by the SEAC.
[5] After considering the facts mentioned above, the SEAC categories the project as category B-2. and SEIAA hereby accord environmental clearance to above project under the provisions of EIA notification dated 14.09.2006 subject to the compliance of the following specific and general conditions:-


  1. SPECIFIC CONDITIONS:



  1. The process emissions from various units shall conform to the standard prescribed by the concerned authorities from time to time. At no time, the emissions should go beyond the prescribed standards. In the event of failure of any pollution control system adopted by the units, the respective unit should be out of operation immediately and should not be restarted until the control systems are rectified to achieve the desired efficiency. The company should install dust collectors for collection of dust.





  1. The project authority shall install adequate air pollution control equipment with the, thermic fluid heater, cyclone, bag filter and DG set to achieve the standard prescribed by the SPCB or prescribed in Environmental (Projection) Rules, 1986 whichever are stringent.




  1. The project authorities shall install acoustic enclosures to the DG Sets for noise control and the stack heights of DG Sets and thermic fluid heaters shall be as per the guidelines of CPCB.




  1. The company shall install dust collectors and fume control system to control the fugitive dust emission. The dust collected shall be recycled. The workers shall be provided with personal protective equipments.




  1. Fugitive emissions in the work zone environment, product, raw materials storage area etc. shall be regularly monitored. The emissions shall conform to the limits imposed by SPCB. For control of fugitive emission and VOCs following steps shall be followed :




  • Closed handling system shall be provided for chemicals.

  • Reflux condenser shall be provided over reactor.

  • Chemical handling pump shall be provided with mechanical seals to prevent leakages.

  • System of leak detection and repair of pump/pipeline based on preventive maintenance.



  1. Process effluent generation shall be zero. The sewage generated shall be treated before discharge in the public sewer.




  1. The company shall make the arrangement for protection of possible fire hazards during manufacturing process in material handling.


  1. The company shall develop 33% of the plant area as green belt as per the CPCB guidelines to mitigate the effect of fugitive emissions.





  1. The project authorities shall earmark adequate funds to implement the conditions stipulated by the SEIAA as well as by the HSPCB along with the implementation schedule for all the conditions stipulated herein. The funds so provided shall not be diverted for any other purpose.




  1. Occupational health surveillance programme shall be undertaken as regular exercise for the employees especially engaged in handling of hazardous substances. Medical examination of the workers apart from other tests should include sputum analysis also.


B. GENERAL CONDITIONS:
I The project authorities shall strictly adhere to the stipulations of the SPCB/state government or any statutory body.


  1. No further expansion or modifications in the plant shall be carried out without prior approval of the SEIAA, Haryana. In case of deviations or alterations in the project proposal from those submitted to SEIAA, Haryana for clearance, a fresh reference shall be made to the SEIAA to assess the adequacy of conditions imposed and to add additional environmental protection measures required, if any.




  1. Ambient air quality monitoring stations shall be set up in the downwind direction as well as where maximum ground level concentration are anticipated in consultation with the State Pollution Control Board.




  1. For control of process emissions, stacks of appropriate height as per the Central Pollution Control Board guidelines shall be provided. The scrubbed water shall be sent to SETP for further treatment.



  1. The company shall undertake following Waste Minimization measures :-

      • Metering of quantities of active ingredients to minimize waste.

      • Reuse of by-products from the process as raw materials or as raw material substitutes in other processes.

      • Maximizing recoveries

      • Use of automated material transfer system to minimize spillage.

      • Use of Closed Feed system into batch reactors.

Vi The overall noise levels in and around the plant area shall be kept well within the standards (85 dBA) by providing noise control measures including acoustic hoods, silencers, enclosures etc. on all sources of noise generation. The ambient noise levels shall conform to the standards prescribed under Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 Rules, 1989 viz. 75 dBA (day time) and 70 dBA (night time).




  1. A separate Environmental Management Cell equipped with full fledged laboratory facilities shall be set up to carry out the environmental management and monitoring functions.




  1. The project authorities shall provide rainwater harvesting system and ground water recharge.




  1. The implementation of the project vis-à-vis environmental action plans shall be monitored by Ministry’s Regional Office, Chandigarh /SPCB. A six monthly compliance status report shall be submitted to monitoring agencies with a copy to SEIAA.


  1. The project proponent shall inform the public that the project has been accorded environmental clearance by the SEIAA and copies of the clearance letter are available with the SPCB and may also be seen at Website of the Environment Department at www.harenvironment. gov. in . This shall be advertised within seven days from the date of issue of the clearance letter, at least in two local newspapers that are widely circulated in the region of which one shall be in the vernacular language of the locality concerned and a copy of the same shall be forwarded to the Ministry’s Regional Office.





  1. The project authorities shall inform the SEIAA, the date of financial closure and final approval of the project by the concerned authorities and the date of start of the project.




  1. The SEIAA may revoke or suspend the clearance, if implementation of any of the above conditions is not satisfactory.

  2. The SEIAA reserves the right to stipulate additional conditions, if found necessary. The company in a time bound manner shall implement these conditions.

  3. The above conditions will be enforced, inter-alia under the provisions of the Water (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, 1974, Air (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, 1981, the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986, and the Public Liability Insurance Act, 1991 alongwith their amendments and rules.


Member Secretary,

State Level Environment Impact

Assessment Authority, Haryana, Chandigarh.

Endst. No. DEH/09/SEAC- / Dated:…………………..

A copy of the above is forwarded to the following:

1. The Additional Director (IA Division), MOEF, GOI, CGO Complex, Lodi Road, New Delhi.

2. The Regional officer, Ministry of Environment & Forests, Govt. of India, Sector 31, Chandigarh.

3. The Chairman, Haryana State Pollution Control Board, Pkl.



Member Secretary,

State Level Environment Impact

Assessment Authority, Haryana, Chandigarh.

GOVERNMENT OF HARYANA

STATE ENVIRONMENT IMPACT ASSESSMENT AUTHORITY

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT, HARYANA

SCO NO. 1-3, SECTOR-17-D, CHANDIGARH.

No. DEH/09/SEIAA-/ Dated:…………………..

To

M/S New Look Leathers

2441,MIE Part-A,

Bahadurgarh, HAryana.

Subject: Environmental Clearance for dyeing and finishing of wet blue processed leather.at 2441, MIE, Part-A, Bahadurgarh, Haryana.

This has reference to your application no. Nil. dated 23.08.08 received in the office of MS, SEIAA on 03.09.08 seeking prior environmental clearance for the above project under EIA Notification, 2006. The proposal has been appraised in the meeting of State Expert Appraisal Committee (SEAC) constituted by MOEF-GOI vide notification dated 21.04.08; held on 27.11.08 on the basis of mandatory documents enclosed with the application viz; Form-1, Project Report and proposed Term Of Reference (TOR). The SEAC finalized the TOR,s for preparation of EIA/ EMP and also noticed certain shortcomings.



The additional clarifications alongwith EIA/ EMP as per approved TOR,s furnished by the project proponent on 25.02.09 in response to the observations of SEAC were again taken up in the meeting held on 15.04.09 as per the procedure prescribed in EIA notification 14.09.06.
[2] The Committee has examined the application and noted that the proposal is for setting up of dyeing and finishing of wet blue processed leather situated at 2441 MIE, Part-A, Bahadurgarh, Haryana. The total cost of the project will be Rs.0.75 crores. The total plot area is 800 Sq. mt.

[3] The total production has been given as 28000 pcs per month. Power requirement will be 125 KW, which will be met from the HSEB and for power back up the PP, will provide 2 DG set of 125 KVA & 62 KVA The total water requirement will be 5 KLD which will be met from HSIIDC. Total 5 KLD of waste water will be generated which will be treated in the ETP having 5 KLD capacity.

[4] The project activity is listed at S.No. 4 (f) under Category ‘B’ of schedule of EIA Notification 2006 and the same has been appraised by the SEAC. The public hearing is not required as per Para no. III (b) of EIA notification 14.09.06 as the project is located in the identified industrial area.
[5] After considering the facts mentioned above, the SEAC categories the project as category B-I requiring preparation of EIA/EMP on the basis of approved TOR,s and SEIAA hereby accord environmental clearance to above project under the provisions of EIA notification dated 14.09.2006 subject to the compliance of the following specific and general conditions:-
1. SPECIFIC CONDITIONS:
i. The project authority shall install the complete treatment plant including solar evaporation pond to achieve the standards prescribed by Haryana Pollution Control Board.
ii. If Chromium is used during process, then Chromium recovery plant shall be installed to recover the Chromium to the maximum extent & recovery shall not be less than 90% and proper disposal of the Chromium bearing sludge should be ensured as per the Hazardous Waste (Management & Handling) Rules1989 and as amended.


  1. The project authorities shall install 30m x 30m x 0.3m - 0.5m size solar evaporation pond.




  1. To reduce the TDS concentration in the primary treated effluent, cleaner technologies as recommended in the EIA report e.g. dry salting for reduction of TDS in waste water, counter current soaking to reduce wastewater quantity, enzyme assisted liming process, combined pickling tanning process, pretreatment and segregation of wastes etc. shall be practiced and soak liquor shall be segregated and evaporated in the solar evaporation ponds.



  1. The spent soak liquor containing high concentration of salt shall be discharged into the Solar Evaporation Pond (SEP).




  1. Adequate number of influent and effluent quality monitoring stations shall be set up in consultation with the Haryana State Pollution Control Board. Regular effluent quality monitoring shall be carried out for relevant parameters and the monitored data along with the statistical analysis and interpretation shall be submitted to the Regional office of this Ministry at Chandigarh once in six months and to the SEIAA and Haryana State Pollution Control Board once in three months.

(vii) The company shall dispose off solid waste in the secured double lined landfill site.


(viii) The total water requirement for the plant will be maximum 5 KLD and there will be zero discharged from the unit.
(ix) The project authorities shall develop 25% to 30% of the total area as green belt as per the guidelines of Central Pollution Control Board to mitigate the effect of odour nuisance from the plant.
2. GENERAL CONDITIONS:


  1. All the effluent shall be properly treated and finally treated effluent shall meet the norms stipulated by the Haryana Pollution Control Board or under Environment (P) Rules 1986.




  1. No further expansion or modifications in the plant shall be carried out without prior approval of the Ministry of Environment and Forests. In case of deviations or alterations in the project proposal from those submitted to this Ministry for clearance, a fresh reference shall be made to the Ministry to assess the adequacy of conditions imposed and to add additional environmental protection measures required, if any.



  1. The locations of ambient air quality monitoring stations shall be installed in consultation with the State Pollution Control Board (SPCB) and in the downwind direction as well as where maximum ground level concentrations are anticipated.




  1. Proper house keeping shall be maintained within the plant premises. Process machinery, exhaust and ventilation systems will be laid in accordance with Factories Act.




  1. The project authorities shall strictly comply with the rules and guidelines under Manufacture, Storage and Import of Hazardous Chemicals Rules, 1989 as amended in October, 1994 and January, 2000 and Hazardous Waste (Management and Handling) Rules, 1989, as amended from time to time. Authorization from the SPCB shall be obtained for collection, treatment, storage, and disposal of hazardous wastes.




  1. The overall noise levels in and around the plant area shall be kept well within the standards by providing noise control measures including acoustic hoods, silencers, enclosures etc. on all sources of noise generation. The ambient noise levels shall conform to the standards prescribed under Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 Rules, 1989 viz. 75 dBA (day time) and 70 dBA (night time).




  1. The company shall develop rain water harvesting structures to harvest the run off water for recharge of ground water.




  1. The company shall obtain permission from the State Ground water Authorities to draw the ground water.



  1. The company shall undertake eco-developmental measures including community welfare measures in the project area for the overall improvement of the environment. The eco-development plan should be submitted to the SEIAA and Haryana State Pollution Control Board within three months of receipt of this letter for approval.





  1. The project proponent shall also comply with all the environmental protection measures and safeguards proposed in the EIA/EMP report.




  1. A separate Environmental Management Cell equipped with full-fledged laboratory facilities shall be set up to carry out the Environmental Management and Monitoring functions.




  1. The project authorities shall earmark adequate funds to implement the conditions stipulated by the SEIAA and Haryana State Pollution Control Board alongwith the implementation schedule for all the conditions stipulated herein. The funds so provided shall not be diverted for any other purpose.




  1. The implementation of the project vis-à-vis environmental action plans shall be monitored by the concerned Regional Office of the Ministry/Regional office of the Haryana State Pollution Control Board. A six monthly compliance status report shall be submitted to monitoring agencies as well as to the SEIAA and shall be posted on the website of the Company.




  1. The project proponent shall inform the public that the project has been accorded environmental clearance by the SEIAA and copies of the clearance letter are available with the SEIAA/SPCB/Regional Office of MoEF, GOI. This shall be advertised within seven days from the date of issue of the clearance letter, at least in two local newspapers that are widely circulated in the region of which one shall be in the vernacular language of the locality concerned and a copy of the same shall be forwarded to the SEIAA and concerned Regional Office of the Ministry.

xv The project authorities shall inform the SEIAA and Regional Office of the Ministry, the date of financial closure and final approval of the project by the concerned authorities and the date of start of the project.

3. The SEIAA may revoke or suspend the clearance, if implementation of any of the above conditions is not satisfactory.

4. The SEIAA reserves the right to stipulate additional conditions, if found necessary. The company in a time bound manner will implement these conditions.


5. The above conditions will be enforced, inter-alia under the provisions of the Water(Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act,1974, Air (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, 1981, the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 Hazardous Wastes (Management and Handling) Rules, 2003 and the Public Liability Insurance Act, 1991 along with their amendments and rules.


    1. The Project proponent will not violate any judicial orders/pronouncements issued by the Hon’ble Supreme Court/High Courts.



Member Secretary,

State Level Environment Impact

Assessment Authority, Haryana, Chandigarh.

Endst. No. DEH/09/SEAC- / Dated:…………………..

A copy of the above is forwarded to the following:

1. The Additional Director (IA Division), MOEF, GOI, CGO Complex, Lodi Road, New Delhi.

2. The Regional office, Ministry of Environment & Forests, Govt. of India, Sector 31, Chandigarh.

3. The Chairman, Haryana State Pollution Control Board, Pkl.



Member Secretary,

State Level Environment Impact

Assessment Authority, Haryana, Chandigarh.

GOVERNMENT OF HARYANA

STATE ENVIRONMENT IMPACT ASSESSMENT AUTHORITY

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT, HARYANA

SCO NO. 1-3, SECTOR-17-D, CHANDIGARH.
No. DEH/09/SEIAA/ Dated:…………………..
To

M/S Karni Infrastructure & Property Pvt.Ltd.

Plot No. 375/ 27, Sector-27, Gurgaon, Haryana.

.

Subject: EC for construction of Group Housing project “NESTER” at Sector 4-A Bahadurgarh,Distt. Jajjhar, Haryana.


Dear Sir,
This has reference to your application No. nil Dated 17.08.08 addressed to MS SEIAA received on 24.08.08. and subsequent letters dated 15.10.08, 10.11.08, 24.03.09 and 08.04.09 seeking prior environmental clearance for the above project under the EIA Notification, 2006. The proposal has been appraised as per prescribed procedure in the light of provisions under the EIA Notification, 2006 on the basis of the mandatory documents enclosed with the application viz., Form-1, Form1-A & Conceptual Plan and the additional clarifications furnished in response to the observations of the State Expert Appraisal Committee (SEAC) constituted by MOEF, GOI vide their Notification 21.4.2008, in its meetings held on 19/20.11.08 and 15-17.04.09 and awarded “Gold ” grading to the project.

[2] It is, interalia, noted that the project involves construction of proposed Group Housing Project on a plot area of 49047.52 sq. mt. The total built up area is 78207.12 Sq.Mts comprising of 575 dwelling units (500 Apartments & 75 EWS) to accommodate 3010 persons. The total water requirement will be 382 KLD which will be met from HUDA. The total waste water generation will be 329 KLD, which will be treated in the STP having capacity of 400 KLD and treated water will be recycled/reused for HVAC, horticulture, flushing etc. and there will be zero discharge outside the boundary. Total solid waste generation will be 1434 Kg per/day. The collected solid waste would be segregated and transported to a Govt. designated waste disposal site. The power requirement is 3500 KVA which will be supplied by Dakshin Haryana Vidyut Vitran Nigam Ltd. The total parking spaces proposed are for 538 ECS. Total cost of the project is Rs. 163 crores.

[3] The State Expert Appraisal Committee, Haryana after due consideration of the relevant documents submitted by the project proponent and additional clarification furnished in response to its observations have recommended the grant of environmental clearance for the project mentioned above subject to compliance with the stipulated conditions. Accordingly, the State Environment Impact Assessment Authority hereby accords necessary environmental clearance for the project under Category 8(a) of EIA Notification 2006 subject to the strict compliance with the specific and general conditions mentioned below:-
PART A- SPECIFIC CONDITIONS:-



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