Submit one copy of EIA, air and water consent applicationForm-1 and Form-13d.Advertise and conduct public hearing by SPCB.e.Obtain details of public hearing.f.Obtain NOC from SPCBg.The above-mentioned Step 3 involves approx 60 days.iv.Phase-III
a.Submission of Documents (EIA– 20 copies, EMP, NOC, PublicHearing details, DPR) to MoEF
a.Review by IAAb.If IAA feels that the data provided in sufficient than, the expertcommittee will submit their assessment over the report andapplication.
a.Expert committee will submit their recommendation to IAA.
a.If the project is accepted than MoEF clearance is granted for 5 years, however, if the case is rejected than case is closed.Reconsideration may be considered in some cases.5.Step 1 to 3 requires approx 90 days and step 4 requires approx 30days.3.Water Drawl Permission.a.Drawl from Perennial River:- Approval from State Govt in which river is falling. Data such as Water feasibility Report,Guage Discharge and Index MAP indicating the location of Power Plant, River pump house etc. to be submitted toPrincipal Secretary, Water Resource Department for stateclearance.b.If, more than one state is involved in drawl of water from theriver then in such case permission from Central WaterCommission (CWC) is required.c.If construction of Dam is required, Construction of DamPermission, Water Drawl Permission, Royalties to be paid etc.4.Fuel Linkage Clearancea.If coal is to brought from outside agency i.e. no captive coalmine is allocated than permission for coal linkage is required, which involves following proceduresi.Permission for railway sidings in case rail transportation isrequired from the nearest railway line.ii.Way of right for railway sidingsiii.Three Party agreement etc.b.Allotment of coal blocks as per the requirement from CoalMinistry, Govt of India.c.Coal Mining Plan is to be prepared and approved from StateGovt.