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Project Name Project Location ECC Reference No. Proponent ECC Preparer Tel. No./Fax No. Project Type Project Status I. PROJECT CONSIDERATIONS 1.1 Size and Type 1.1.1 Size based on number of employees Specify Number of employees 1.1.2 Non-ECP in Environmentally Critical Area 62 : : : : : : : :

Sitio Kamalik, Vitali, Zamboanga City Zamboanga City Water District Anne Aubrey R. De Guzman-Bugtong 955-4235 Complete Water System with Pipelaying Works For Implementation

1.2 Waste Generation and Management 1.2.1 Enumerate Waste Type and Specify Quantity of Wastes generated in your facility. (Identify/Enumerate)
Type hazardous Non-hazardous x x

Category Air


Dust entrained during site preparation and grading/excavation at the construction site; Dust entrained during onsite travel on paved and unpaved surfaces; Dust entrained during aggregate and soil loading and unloading operations; Wind erosion of areas disturbed during construction activities; Exhaust from the Diesel construction equipment used for site preparation, grading excavation, and construction onsite structures; Exhaust from water trucks used to control construction dust emissions; Exhaust from Diesel-powered welding machines, electric generators, air compressors, water pumps, etc. Exhaust from Diesel trucks used to deliver concrete, fuel and construction supplies to the construction site; Exhaust from automobiles and trucks used by workers to commute to the construction site; rain or stormwater

Quantity 0.5 -0.75 mg/m Total dust < 30 mg/m half hourly ave. values

x x x x

not capacitated to quantify not capacitated to quantify not capacitated to quantify not capacitated to quantify


as volume of rainwater


used bags of cement, empty cans of paint, wood cuttings from scaffoldings of concrete excess fill materials from grading and excavation activities, scrap wood and metals, and small concrete spills Litter, including food containers, beverage cans,paper bags, plastic wrappers, and smoking materials, including litter generated by the public.

x x x x

5% of total volume of materials

Noise noise derived from use of heavy equipment and transportation, such as: 1 hp water pump backhoe compactor (ground) Dump truck Pumps <5hp Welding Machine Boom Truck
x x x x x x x 76 dB @ 50 feet 78 dB@ 50 feet 82 dB @ 50 feet 80 dB @ 50 feet 81 dB @ 50 feet 74 @dB @ 50 feet 74.1 db

1.3 Pollution Control System 1.3.1 Enumerate PCS or Waste Management Method used in your facility. (Enumerate/Identify)


PCS/Waste Management Method Used



Operational measures, such as limiting engine idling tome and shutting down equipment when not in use; Regular preventive maintenance to prevent emissions increases due to engine problems Use of low-sulfur and low aromatic fuel meeting PCAA standards for motor vehicle Diesel fuel; Use of low-emitting Diesel engines meeting federal emissions standards for construction equipment if available; Use either water application or chemical dust suppressant application to control dust emissions from unpaved surface travel an unpaved parking areas; Use vacuum sweeping and/or water flushing of paved road surface to remove buildup of loose material to control dust emissions from travel on the paved access road (including adjacent public streets impacted by construction activities) and paved parking areas Cover all trucks hauling soil, sand, and other loose materials, or require all trucks to maintain at least two feet of freeboard; Limit traffic speeds on unpaved surfaces to 25 mph; Install sandbags or other erosion control measures to prevent silt runoff to roadways;

These measures will be applied in different project phases as may be applicable

Watershed Management will be implemented Re-plant vegetation in disturbed areas within a reasonable period of time; within a 10-hectare area surrounding the source during the operation and maintenance phase of the project As needed, use gravel pads along with wheel washers or wash tires of all trucks exiting construction site that carry track-out dirt from unpaved surfaces; Mitigate fugitive dust emissions from wind erosion of areas disturbed from construction activities (including storage piles) by application of either water or chemical dust suppresant and/or use of wind breaks Liquid hydrotesting and disinfection works will be done after construction of source collection box and allow natural drainage of flood water or water used for hydrotesting and disinfection of source box, ground tank and pipelines by land application concrete ground tank, and after pipelaying works allow settling to occur after maintenance activity has been performed as has been completed natural treatment for turbidity cement preparation will be made some distance from the creek to avoid contamination of water body and to allow natural treatment of the creek before resumption of domestic use monitoring of water quality by taking sample for analysis at the laboratory or conducting on-site testing before and after the hydrotesting and disinfection of pipes Instruct employees and subcontractors on identification of solid waste and hazardous waste and proper disposal procedures, and Wherever possible, minimize production of solid waste materials. Dumpsters of sufficient size and number will be provided to contain the solid waste generated by the project and properly serviced regularly maintain clean construction sites and minimize the exposure of waste to storm water. Properly labelled trash receptacles will be provided in the materials yard and at locations where workers congregate for lunch and break periods. These containers will be transported at the Material Recovery Facility in the area. Only watertight dumpsters will be used on-site. Solid waste storage areas should be located at least 50-feet from drainage facilities and watercourses and should not be located in areas prone to flooding or should ponding. Construction waste be stored in a designated area approved by the CRM and should be removed from the site every two weeks or directed by the Engineer or CRM. Segregate potentially hazardous waste from non-hazardous construction site waste. Make sure the toxic liquid wastes (e.g., used oils, solvents, and paints) and chemical (e.g., acids, pesticides, additives, curing compounds) are not disposed of in dumpsters designated for construction debris. For disposal of hazardous waste, see section on Hazardous Waste


Management. Have hazardous waste hauled to an appropriate disposal and/or recycling facility. Salvage or recycle useful vegetation debris, packaging and/or surplus building materials when practical. For example, trees and shrubs from land clearing can be converted into wood chips, then used as mulch on graded areas. Wood pallets, cardboard boxes, and construction scraps can also be recycled. Noise workers will be advised to put on ear plugs especially operators of the noise generating equipments noise barriers will be constructed in areas where a community may be located

project area is mostly composed of open spaces construction activities in the timberland area area are reduced to the receiving point since the vegetation serve as natural noise barriers

II. PATHWAYS 2.1 Prevailing wind towards barrio or city (mark the corresponding point) 2.2 Rainfall (impacts surface & groundwater pathways) 2.2.1 Average annual net rainfall 2.2.2 Maximum 24-hour rainfall 2.3 Terrainn 2.4 Is the facility located in a flood-prone area? 2.5 Ground Water Depth of groundwater table (meter) III. RECEIVING MEDIA/RECEPTORS 3.1 Air (Distance to nearest community) 3.2 Receiving Surface Water Body 3.2.1 Distance to receiving surface water 0 to less than 0.5 km for source box greater than 1 km for pipelaying works and concrete ground tank greater than 1 km greater than 10 meters : : 175 mm 6 mm Steep NO NO

3.2.2 Size of population using receiving surface water

15 households for source 2 households for receiving surface water for pipelaying works and concrete ground tank

3.2.3 Freshwater Classification of fresh water Size of fresh water body Economic Value of water use AA approximately 1.002 km2 Drinking Domestic N/A N/A

3.2.4 Salt Water Economic value of water use 3.3 Groundwater 3.3.1 Distance to nearest recharge area 3.3.2 Distance to nearest well used 3.3.3 Groundwater use within the nearest well

greater than 1 km greater than 1 km N/A

3.4 Land 3.4.1 Indicate current/actual land uses within 0.5 km radius

Residential Agricultural Residential Agricultural Protected Area 2 0 - 0.5 km from water bodies characterized by one or any combination of the following conditions: tapped for domestic purposes Greater than 1 km - for areas with critical slopes

3.4.2 Potential/proposed land uses within 0.5 km radius

3.4.3 Number of affected Environmentally Critical Areas within 1 km: 3.4.4 Distance to nearest ECA


Type (specify no. Of times committed) STANDARD Emission/Effluent/Dischar Ambient Admin/ECC Type of Admin ge Human Impact Violation

Law RA 8749 Phil. Clean Air Act RA 9275 Phil Clean Water Act RA 6969 Toxic Substances and Hazardous and Nuclear Wastes Control Act PD 1586 Environmental Impact Statement System RA 9003 Ecological Solid Waste Management Act

Violation (if any)

Additional Remarks/Status of Compliance

3.6 Number of Valid Complaints 3.6.1 Citizen and NGOs 3.6.2 Others (other Gov't. Agencies, Private Institutions ) 0 0

(To be filled up by EMB Personnel)


Assessed By:

Noted By:


This is to certify that all information in the submitted Project Environmental Monitoring and Audit Prioritization Scheme (PEMAPS)Questionnaire of the Proposed Vitali Water System (Source Development at Sitio Kamalik) Project located at Sitio Kamalik, Vitali, Zamboanga City is true, accurate and complete. Should I learn of any information, which makes this to the appropriate Environmental Management Bureau Regional Office. In witness whereof, I hereby set out my hands this _______ day of April, 2012 at Zamboanga City, Philippines.

LEONARDO REY D. VASQUEZ General Manager Zamboanga City Water District

SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN TO before me this _______th day of May, 2012 at Zamboanga City. Affiant exhibiting to me his ______________________________________ issued on ________________ _______________________.

Doc. No. _____________ Page No. ____________ Book No. ____________ Series of 2012.