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General Conditions :60.
only ongoing/ existing lease are recommended for renewal. No new stone
quarry proposal is recommended at this juncture. Meanwhile, Hon Supreme Court
directions to adopt proposed Model Mining rule 2010 shall be complied with by
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the concerned department. The validity period of the ECs will be up to lease
period of five years. However, complete information regarding the above quarries,
particularly relating to the quantities of minerals to be extracted from each block
based on the available reserve, has not been collected and furnished by the
District Mining Officer. They should immediately undertake a scientific study in
this regard and furnish the information latest by 31st, May, 2013. Also they should
furnish status of compliance of the general and specific conditions stipulated
bellow by 31st, May, 2013. The EC now Being issued is subject to review
based on the information which will be received by 31st , May, 2013
61.
The lease holder shall undertake adequate safeguard measures during
extraction of material and ensure that to this activity, the hydro geological regime
of the surrounding area shall not be affected. Regular monitoring of ground water
level and quality shall be carried out around the mine lease area during the
mining operation, if at any stage; it is observed that the ground water table is
getting depleted due to the mining activity, necessary corrective measures shall
be carried out. District collector/ Mining Officers shall ensure this.
62.
Effective safeguard measures, such as regular water sprinkling shall be
carried out in critical area prone to air pollution and having high levels of
particulate matter such as loading an unloading and all transfer points. extensive
water sprinkling shall be carried out on haul roads. it should be ensured that the
ambient air quality parameters conform to the norms prescribed by the central
pollution control board in this regard. the status of of implementation of measues
taken shall be reported to environment department and work shall be completed
before the start of sand mining.
63.
no tree-felling shall be done in the leased area, except only with the
permission from competent authority.
64.
till the detailed rules for the stone quarries( which are under preparation at
the gov. level) are issued, quarrying shall be restricted within the area already in
operation although the lese area may be more. Thus no horizontal expansion
shall be taken up.
65.
Where the quarry is in a hilly terrain and where some part of the hill is
already cut for quarrying further hill cutting shall not .In such cases deepening the
existing operational area may be preferably done.
66.
precise mining area will be jointly demarcated at site by officials of mining
/Revenue department prior to mining operations for all proposals under
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consideration .Such site plan duly verified by competent authority shall be


submitted to. Environment Department
67.
All necessary statutory clearance shall be obtained before start of mining
operations
68.
Mining shall be limited to day hours time only. the leading shall not be
done during night hours.
69.
No mining shall be carried out in the safety zone of any bridge and/or
embankment
70.
No mining shall be carried out in the vicinity of natural /manmade
archeological sites
71.
The lease holder shall obtain necessary prior permission of the competent
authorities of drawal of requisite of water (surface water and groundwater ) if
required for the project.
72.
Waste water if any. shall be properly collected and treated so as to
conform to standards prescribed by MoEF /CPCb
73.
No wildlife habitat will be infringed
74.
Enviornmental clearance is subject to beating clearance under the Wildlife
(protection )Act 1972 from the competent authority if applicable to this project.
75.
Green belt development shall be carried out considering CPCB guidelines
including selection of plant species and in consultation with local DFO/Horticulture
Officer .
76.
Parking of vehicles should not be made on public places.
77.
Transportation of materials shall be done by covering the trucks /tractors
with tarpaulin or other suitable mechanism so spillage of mineral /dust takes
place.
78.
Appropraiate imitative measures shall be taken to prevent any kind of
pollution in consultation with Maharashtra pollution Control Board. It shall be
ensured that there is no leakage of oil and grease from the vehicles used for
transportation.
79.
Vehicular emissions shall be kept under control and regularly monitored
.The mineral transportation shall be kept under control and regularly monitored.
the mineral transportation shall be carried out through the covered trucks only and
the vehicles carrying the mineral shall not be overload.
80.
Special measures shall be adapted to prevent the nearby settlements from
the impact of mining activities. Maintained of road through which transportation of
minor mineral is to be undertaken, shall be carried out regularly.
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81.
82.

Dispensary facilities for first- aid shall be provided at side.


Occupational health surveillance program of the worker should be
undertaken periodically.
83.
Provision shall be made for housing the worker at side, if required, with all
necessary infrastructure and facilities such as fuel for cooking. safe drinking
water, medical health care and sanitation etc.
84.
Ambient air quality will be monitored at the side and the nearest habitation
in the month of January, April, and November, Ambient air quality boundary of the
precise mining area shall conform to the norms prescribed by MoEF, GOI.
85.
the lease holder shall undertake adequate safeguard measures during
extraction of material and ensure that due to this activity, the hydro geological
regime of the surrounding area shall not be affected. Regular monitoring of
ground water level and quality shall be carried out around the mine lease area
during the mining activity; necessary corrective measures shall be carried out.
District Collector / Mining Officer shall ensure this.
86.
Effective safeguard measures, such as regular water sprinkling shall be
carried out in critical area prone to air pollution and having high levels of
particulate matter such as loading an unloading and all transfer points. extensive
water sprinkling shall be carried out on haul roads. it should be ensured that the
ambient air quality parameters conform to the norms prescribed by the central
pollution control board in this regard. the status of of implementation of measures
taken shall be reported to environment department and work shall be completed
before the start of sand mining.
87.
No tree-felling shall be done in the leased area, except only with the
permission from competent authority.
88.
Till the detailed rules for the stone quarries( which are under preparation at
the gov. level) are issued, quarrying shall be restricted within the area already in
operation although the lease area may be more. Thus no horizontal expansion
shall be taken up.
89.
Where the quarry is in a hilly terrain and where some part of the hill is
already cut for quarrying further hill cutting shall not. In such cases deepening the
existing operational area may be preferably done.
90.
Measures shall be taken for control of noise level to the limits prescribed
by CPCB.
91.
An environment audit shall be annually carried out during the operational
phase and be submitted to the Environment Department's
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92.

Digital processing of the lease area in the district using remote sensing
technique shall be done regularly once in three years for monitoring and report
submitted to the Environment Department.
93.
The funds earmarked for environment protection measures shall be kept in
separate account and shall not be diverted for other purpose. Year wise
expenditure shall be reported of to the Regional Office, Ministry of Environment
and Forests, Bhopal.
94.
Revenue Authorities shall submit within 3 month their policy towards
address (i) Standard operating process / procedure to bring in to focus
infringement / deviation/ violation of environmental norms/ conditions, (ii)
Hierarchical system of Administrative order to deal with environmental issues and
ensuring compliance of EC conditions and (iii) System of reporting of non
compliance / violation of environmental norms to the District Collector .
95.
the Mining Officer shall submit six monthly reports in hard and soft copy on
the status of compliance of the stipulated environmental clearance condition
including results of monitored data ( both in hard & soft copies ) to the
Environment department and the District Collector, the respective Regional Office
of the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board.
96.
Any change in mining area, Khasra/ Gat Numbers, entailing capacity
addition with change in process and or mining technology, modernization and
scope of warding shall again require prior Environment Clearance as per
provisions of EIA Notification, 2006 (as amended)
97.
This EC accorded on the basis of information submitted concerned
District Mining Officer. Mining Officer shall submit the list of blocks
satisfying conditions stipulated above to SEIAA / Environment dept. The
revised list of blocks and conditions stipulated above shall be made
available in public domain. It should be published in two local language
newspapers and at each block where mining operation is proposed. District
mining officer should insure this and submit compliance report to
Environment with approval from Collector.
98.
The environmental clearance is being issued without prejudice to the
action initiated under EP Act or any court case pending in the court of law and it
does not mean that project proponent has not violated any environmental laws in
the past and whatever decision under EP Act or of the Hon'ble court will be
binding on the project proponent. Hence this clearance does not hive immunity to
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the project proponent in the case filed against him, if any of action initiated under
EP Act.
99.
in case of submission of false document and non compliance of stipulated
conditions, Authority / Environment Department will revoke or suspend the
Environment Protection Act, 1986
100.
the Environment department reversed the right to add any stringent
condition or to revoke the clearance if conditions stipulated are not implemented
to the satisfaction of the department or for that matter. for any other administrative
reason.
101.
in case of any deviation or alteration in the project proposed from those
submitted to this department for clearance, a fresh reference should be made to
the department made to the department to assess the adequacy of the
condition(s) imposed and to incorporate additional environmental protection
measures required, if any.
102.
The above stipulation would be enforced among other under water
(Prevention and Control of pollution ) Act, 1974, the air (Prevention and Control of
pollution ) Act, 1981, the environment (Protection) Act,1986 and rules there
under, Hazardous wastes (Managements and Handling ) rules 1889 and its
amendments, the public Liability insurance Act 1991, and its amendments.
103.
Any appeal against this Environmental clearance shall lie with the national
green tribunal Van Vigyan Bhavan Sec.5 R.K.Puram New Delhi-110 022 if
preferred within 30 days as proscribe the under section 16 of the National Green
Tribunal Act 2010.

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