Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August, 2012

Minutes of the 58th meeting of the
State Level Expert Appraisal Committee (SEAC)
held on 1st to 4th August, 2012 at 10:00 A.M.
The following members were present for the committee meeting.
1. Dr. Sukumar Devotta

... Chairman

1st to 4th August, 2012

2. Er. G. K. Deshpande

… Member

1st to 4th August,2012

3. Ar. Mukund S. Athavale

… Member

1st to 4th August, 2012

4. Dr. Prashant P. Bhave

… Member

1st to 4th August, 2012

5. Prof. Tarun Kant

… Member

1st, 2nd & 4th August, 2012

6. Dr. Jay S. Samant

… Member

1st to 4th August, 2012

7. Er. Chandrakant I. Sambutwad

… Member

1st to 4th August, 2012

8. Er. Balbir Singh Sehgal

… Member

1st to 4th August, 2012

9. Shri A. R. Parshurame

… Member
Secretary

1st to 4th August, 2012

Member Secretary SEAC, Environment Department welcomed the members of the
committee.

Chairman
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Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August, 2012

Internal Discussion item no. 1

Subject: MOEF O.M. No. L-11011/47/2011.IA.II(M) dated 18 May, 2012 regarding Order of
Hon’ble Supreme Court dated 27.02.2012 in I.A. no. 12-13 of 2011 SLP (C) no.
19628-19629 in the matter of Deepak Kumar etc. Vs State of Haryana and Ors –
Implementation thereof - Regarding

SEAC noted the OM dated 18 May, 2012 regarding Order of Hon’ble Supreme Court dated
27.02.2012 in I.A. no. 12-13 of 2011 SLP (C) no. 19628-19629. As per the OM all mining project
of minor minerals irrespective of the size of the lease would henceforth require prior EC. These
projects has to be treated as Category B as defined in EIA Notificaiton, 2006 and to be considered
following the procedure prescribed under EIA Notificaiton 2006.
It was brought to the notice of the Committee that till date, about 41 projects listed below are
received for prior EC:
Sr.No.

1.

Date of
receipt of
proposal
01.06.2012

2.

14.06.2012

3.

20.06.2012

4.

26.06.2012

5.

02.07.2012

6.
7.

02.07.2012
09.07.2012

8.

09.07.2012

9.

12.07.2012

10. 12.07.2012
11. 12.07.2012
12. 14.07.2012
13. 16.07.2012
14. 16.07.2012

Name of the
proponent

Location of the project

Collector,
Sindhudurg
Collector,
Bhandara
Collector,
Sindhudurg
Collector,
Yavatmal
Collector,
Nagpur
Unique Stones
Sameer H.
Patel
Vinayak Stone
Crushing Co.
Rajesh
Badriprasad
Sharma
Altaf Ahmed
Kishor Laxman
Parwe
Sukhdayal
Lalchand Arora
Collector,
Nagpur
Collector,Latur

Sand dredging in Creeks of Kalawal, Karli, Mochemad,
Mithbav, Deogad, Vengurle, Achara.
Vainganga River. Bhandara & other locations….
Pice Kamthe-Varavade & other locations…
Bori Gosavi & other locations…
Rajola & other locations…(102 locations)
Stone Quarry at Bilalpada, Tal. Vasai, District Thane.
Mouje Tiwari/ Rajawali, Tal. Vasai, Dist. Thane (Stone
Crushing)
Shirgaon, Tal. Vasai, Dist. Thane
Surgaon Stone Quarry, Tal.Umred,
Dist. Nagpur
Surgaon Stone Quarry, Tal.Umred, Dist. Nagpur
Surgaon Stone Quarry, Tal.Umred, Dist. Nagpur
Stone Quarry at Surgaon, Tal. Umred, Dist.Nagpur.
Dorli, Tal. Sawner, Dist. Nagpur (Sand Dredging)
Mouje Kekat Sindghi, Tal. Jalkot, Dist. Latur (Stone Quarry)

Chairman
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Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August, 2012

15. 16.07.2012
16. 17.07.2012
17. 17.07.2012
18. 17.07.2012
19. 17.07.2012

20. 17.07.2012
21. 17.07.2012
22. 17.07.2012
23. 17.07.2012

24. 17.07.2012
25. 17.07.2012

26. 17.07.2012
27. 18.07.2012
28. 18.07.2012
29. 18.07.2012
30. 19.07.2012
31. 23.07.2012
32. 23.07.2012

33. 24.07.2012
34. 24.07.2012
35. 24.07.2012

36. 30.07.2012

37. 30.07.2012

Nitin K.
Vaidya
Collector,
Latur
Clive
Gonsalves
Hari P. Patel
Sebastine
Gonsalves

Stone Quarry at Mouje Surgaon, Tal. Umred, Dist. Nagpur

Francis
Gonsalves
A. J. Gonsalves
Smt. Shilpa
Almeida
Smt.
Dhoomi
Gonsalves
Harel
F.Almeida
Gajendra Stone
Industries
Pvt.Ltd.
Michel
Gonsalves
Vinod Hiralal
Gupta
Akanksha
Enterprises
Santosh H.
Gupta
Pruthvi
Construc-tion
Collector,
Latur
Prahad Stone
Crushing
Pvt.Ltd.
R.S.K.
Construction
Sur
Construction
Sandip
Manikrao
Pawar
Shree Sadhguru
Krupa Stone
Crusher Co.
Shree Laxmi
Stone
Industries

Stone Quarry at Village Khaire, Tal. Wada, Dist.Thane

Stone Quarry at Mouje Ausa, Tal. Ausa, Dist.Latur
Stone Quarry at Mouje Khaire, Tal. Wada, Dist.Thane
Stone Quarry at Village Dongaste, Tal. Wada, Dist. Thane
Stone Quarry at Village Khaire, Tal. Wada, Dist.Thane

Stone Quarry at Village Dhaliv, Tal. Vasai, Dist.Thane
Stone Quarry at Village Khaire, Tal. Wada, Dist.Thane
Stone Quarry at Village Khaire, Tal. Wada, Dist.Thane

Stone quarry at Khaire,Tal. Wada, Distt.Thane
Stone quarry at Gunj,Tal.Wada,
Distt. Thane
Stone quarry at Khaire, Tal.Wada,Distt.Thane
Stone quarry at Usgaon, Tal.Vasai,Distt.Thane
Stone quarry at Borande,
Tal. Vikramgad, Dist.Thane.
Stone quarry at Waliv,
Tal. Vasai, Dist. Thane.
Stone quarry at Mouje Dangorli,
Tal.& Dist. Gondia
Stone quarry at Mouje Hosur, Tal. Nilanga, Dist. Latur
Stone quarry at Mouje Dongaste, Tal. Wada,
Dist. Thane.
Stone quarry at Mouje Ushid, Tal. Kalyan,
Dist. Thane.
Stone quarry at Mouje Dakivali, Tal.Wada,
Dist. Thane
Stone quarry at Mouje Mandwa, Tal. & Dist. Wardha

Stone quarry at Mouje Dasai, Tal. Wada, Dist.Thane

Stone quarry at Chinchwali, Tal. Ambarnath, Dist.Thane.

Chairman
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07.Thane 107 Proposals for sand dredging at Salgara and other places in Latur Dist. 30.07. management and monitoringof extraction and addressing all issues related to environmental impact. on the environment of that area has to be considered. Tal. Information in Form 1 shall have all details listed above. Latur Collector. land. including air.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.2012 Gajendra Stone Industries Collector.07. Dist.Arvi. 4. large site plan.. Chakur.. project cost. The committee is of the opinion that although there may be different mining activities having area less than 5 ha for individual proposal. with details like reserves of minor minerals. stone quarying etc. However. impact on environment. The Committee deliberated on all issues related to environment. Therefore. Thus the Committee recommends following suggestions for orderly and quicker disposal of such applications received: 1. Stone quarry at Mouje Ashta. water. 2012 38. soil. 6. Dist. Bhoyar Stone quarry at Mouje Gunj. 3. overall extraction done in recent time. stone quary etc are received from different districts.2012 41.Latur Stone quarryat Mouza Choramba.07. Dist. the competent authority (say District Collector). each case will be taken up for appraisal separately. details of minerals extracted. Wada.2012 40. in the interest of environment protection and speedy disposal of the applications. cumulative impacts of all activities. This cannot be done if the proposal appraised individually. These applications are usually submitted individually without any consideration for other nmearby proposed activities. mitigation management plan. Tal. The application shall contain prefeasibility report. Information regarding any illegal mining and abandoned mining shall also be provided to Environment Department as they very much impact the environment. ecology of the region. 30. ecology and biodiversity and social aspects. 5. who finally grants or renews the lease of such proposals shall submit periodically the proposals showing all the proposed activity on one map. The applications shall be channellised through the Collector/ Mining Officer with NOC. 2006 are not duly filled and without any required information such as lease deed.Wardha Committee noted that the proposals of sand dredging.2012 39. Latur Naresh D. available reserves. a large scale layout plan showing the site with approach roads etc. 2. Chairman 4 . 30. It is also brought to the notice of the Committee that the application form submitted by the above proponents as per EIA Notificaiton. A prefeasibility report is also required along with the statutory clearance from concerned authorities. layout plan etc as indicated above. including sand dredging. 31. This may be done through an accrediated consultant. Tal. Environmental impacts due to existing activities and proposed activities shall be incorporated into the combined proposal. The information furnished in Form-I shall be duly certified by the District Collector or the competent authority nominated by the District Collector.

2006. As per the Hon’ble High Court’s decision. SEAC decided to appraise the project afresh only after PP submitting the application in the prescribed format as per EIA Notification.143 of 2010 and Civil Aplication no. 2 Subject: Hon’ble Bombay High Court’s decision in Public Interest Litigation no.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.87 of 2012. SEAC noted the Hon HighCourt decision dated 28 June 2012 in Public Interest Litigation no. 2012 Internal Discussion item no.87 of 2012 and EC issued to M/s Hindustan Electricity Generation Company Private Limited on 22 nd February. 2012.143 of 2010 and Civil aAplication no.115 of 2010 with Civil Application no.115 of 2010 with Civil Application no. Chairman 5 .

The proposed expansion of the sugar plant is interlinked with the Cogen power plant hence PP is advised to approach MoEF for EC for both expansions of sugar and cogeneration plants. 1 Subject: TOR for the proposed 19. SEAC also noted that this is a proposal for an expansion of the existing 14 MW bagassae based power plant to 33.Solapur by M/s. Chairman 6 . Tal. Shri Vithal Sahakari Sakhar Karkhana Ltd. projects or activities which cross the threshold limits given in the Schedule. at Post Gursale413304. Considering this. 2006 “Expansion and modernization of existing projects or activities listed in the Schedule to this notification with addition of capacity beyond this limit specified for the concerned sector. (SEAC 2010/ CR-849/TC-2) Decision: The case was discussed for grant of ToR for Bagasse Based Cogen Power & Sugar Modernization Unit (5000 TCD to 7500 TCD). Pandharpur. Distt. after expansion or modernization” will be classified as ‘A’ Category.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. 2012 Item No.8 MW capacity. that is. SEAC decided that the expansion of Cogen power plant falls under Category “A” and in the jurisdiction of MoEF.8 MW Bagasse Based Cogen Power & Sugar Modernization Unit (5000 TCD to 7500 TCD) at Venunagar. As per Clause 2(ii) of the EIA Notification.

2012 Plot No. M/s. of buildings: 3 nos. 28. 82 Crores No. International Biotech Park Ltd. of buildings & its configuration FSI area: 31. International Biotech Park Ltd. Aditya Environmental Services Pvt Ltd.) Proposed Built-up Area Ground coverage Percentage (%) Estimated cost of the project No.040 sq m. 2 Subject: Environmental clearance for the Proposed Residential and Commercial Development at Plot 7. Residential Buildings – 1 (2 wings) NT1 : NT2 : Residential Buildings – 2 (2 wings) NT3 : NT4 : G+21 G+21 G+21 G + 30 Chairman 7 .Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.22 sq m) Rs. Net Plot Area: 16. Maharashtra Construction Project Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) Total Plot Area: 17. Rajiv Gandhi Infotech Park. 2012 Item No.020 sq.m FSI 32.45 sq m. SEAC 2211/ CR-922/ TC2) The Project Proponent explained the proposal before the committee and committee noted project details furnished by the Project Proponent as: Name of the Project Project Proponent Consultant Category Previous consideration/s Location Type of project Whether in Corporation / Municipal / other area Total Plot Area The Crown Green – Residential Development M/s.040.800 sq m. (File No.41 sq m. Non FSI area: 29.86 sq m. 8(a) – B2 56th meeting of the SEAC held on 6th to 8th June.972. Pune. MIDC Hinjewadi. Pune by M/s.012. Permissible (including TDR etc. Total Built up area: 61. Hinjewadi.82% (5129.. 7 at International Biotech Park Ltd.

4 lakhs/annum water • Natural water drainage pattern: North to south • Quantity of storm water 544 cum/hour – assumed at rainfall intensity of 50 mm/hour • Size of SWD : sized as per design max rainfall intensity of 50 mm/hour Total Water Dry Season: Requirement • Fresh Water (cmd) 114. 2012 Convenient Shopping Building – 3 Podium Club house Height of the building : G+2 Ground floor G+1 (above podium) Residential Buildings Building configuration Height in (m) NT1 NT2 NT3 NT4 Convenient Shopping G+21 G+21 G+21 G+30 G+2 71.4 m Width of pit:.95m 100.75 8. nos of recharge pits and Quantity Length:. Capital cost: 35 lakhs O&M cost: 0.40m 10.117.92 cmd • Swimming pool makeup (cmd):-NA • Fire fighting (cmd):.2 m Size and no of RWH tank (s) and Quantity: One Tank of 40 m3 Location of RWH Tanks: Along main UG Water tank Size.0 Podium Club House Land is vacant Existing structure & demolish of it-Details with disposal Water Conservation • • • • Storm drainage Level of Ground Water Table : 5 to 7.3 m Volume: 30 cu.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.5 m Depth of pit:.74.2.57 cmd • Total Water Requirement:-231.1 Ground floor G+1 3.100 m3 Wet Season: • Fresh Water (cmd) 114.32 cmd Source : MIDC • Recycled Water:.95m 72.m Recharge pits: 8 nos.95m 71.87 cmd Chairman 8 .32 cmd Source : MIDC • Recycled Water:.

RG area under Green Belt 1.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. of existing trees to be retained.87 STP technology: MBBR Technology Capacity of STP: 170 cmd Location of STP : South west corner of plot Waste generation in Pre Construction and Construction phase • Waste Generation :. Plantation • Number & list of Tree species to be planted in the ground RG: 134 nos + 84 nos.92 cmd • Swimming pool makeup (cmd):-NA • Fire fighting (cmd):. • Tree species considered for plantation : Sr. • Wet waste :.m) : 5987.100 m3 Sewage generation (cmd) : 161.):. RG on the podium (sq. 2012 Sewage and Waste water Solid waste Management Green Belt Development • Total Water Requirement:-231. Tree species Numbers 1 Laburnum (Cassia fistula) 16 2 Coral tree (Erythrina indica) 10 3 Mango (Magnifera indica) 13 4 Sita Ashoka (Saraca ashoka) 31 5 Silk Cotton Tree (Bombax 14 malabaricum) 6 Coconut (Cocos nucifera) 11 7 Amla (Embilica officinalis) 16 8 Palas (Butea Frontosa) 10 Chairman 9 .1850 sq m. m.22 2.69 • STP Sludge (Dry sludge) Kg/day : 0. inerts to approved landfill site.m) : 2240.segregation and sale of recyclables.69 • Wet waste Kg/day:. RG on the ground (sq.334.334.13 Mode of Disposal of Waste :• Dry waste: . RG area other than greenbelt (please specify for playground etc) (sq.biodegradable waste to compost • STP Sludge (Dry sludge) : mix with wet waste and convert that into compost Area Requirement : Location and Total area provided for the treatment and storage of solid waste : 500 sft – utility area Budgetary allocation: Capital cost: 25 lakhs O&M cost: 4 lakhs 1. No.Debris – 1-3 MT/day • Quantity of Top soil to be preserved : 2937 cum • Disposal of construction way debris : used for filling the plot and maintaining natural slopes Waste Generation in Operation Phase • Dry waste Kg/day:. 2.19 3.

2012 9 Jamun (Syzygium cumini) Tree species Existing & to be retained: Sr.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. 1 Caesalpinia pulcherrima White Gulmohor 2 Clerodendrum inerme Kadumendi 3 Clerodendrum infortunatum 4 Duranta repens 5 Hibiscus rosa-sinensis Chinese Hibiscus 6 Lawsonia inermis Henna 7 Nerium indicum Pink Oleander 8 Nyctanthus arbor-tristis Parijatak 9 Tecoma stans Tecoma Chairman 10 . 1 Jambhul (Sygygium cumini) 2 Umbar (Ficus racemosa) 3 Sawar (Bombax malabaricum) 4 Ain (Terminalia tomentosa) 5 Behda (Terminalia belirica) 6 Neem (Azadirachta indica) 7 Moi (Lannea coromandelica) 8 Grewia (Grewia spp) 9 Waras (Heterophragma roxburghii) 10 Bartondi (Morinda pubescens) 11 Bhokar (Cordia spp) 12 Babhul (Acacia nilotica) 13 Kaire (Acacia catechu) 14 Chandan (Santanum album) 15 Bor (Zyzyphus spp) 16 Asana (Bridelia retusa) 17 Bartondi (Morinda pubescens) 18 Umbar (Ficus racemosa) 19 Pandhara Shirish (Albizia procera) 20 Moha (Madhuca Indica) 21 Awala (Emblica officinalis) 22 Sag (Tectona grandis) 13 Numbers 03 05 06 22 01 05 08 08 01 03 01 01 02 03 02 01 01 03 01 04 02 01 • Number & list of Shrub & bushes species to be planted in the podium RG : approx 200 nos Typical species : Sr. Tree species No. Scientific name Common name No.

of the junction to the main road & design of confluence: 1 No.18 sq. Energy saving by using 13 watt CFL lamps as against 60 W incandescent lamps for houses Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) Capital cost O&M cost (Rs in lakhs) (Rs in lakhs) Energy Saving Devices + 65 2.0 Green belt Power supply : • Maximum Demand 120 KVA Construction phase & 1995 KVA during Operation phase • Connected Load: 4803KVA during Operation Phase • Source : MSEDCL Energy saving by non-conventional method : • Energy Saving Measure: • Detailed calculations & % of saving We propose to install solar water heating panels and supply hot water to bathrooms in complex.m.m. Per car Podium 22. Also solar based lighting will be provided in garden pathways.m (Basement+ Podium+ Stilts+ Surface) • Area per car: Basement 26. Use of CFL lamps instead of GLS lamps for flats 2. size age and species of trees to be cut or transplanted : Existing trees 84 nos.) (Basement+Podium+Stilts) • Total parking area: 15023.72 sq.(Surface Parking) • Covered Parking: 534 (14185. Per Chairman 11 .0 Solar Heater/ lighting DG Set: 2 nos. Trees to be transplanted 84 nos.m • Number & area of podium : 1 no x 2440.06 sq.69 sq.m • Open Parking: 67 nos. Use of T5 lamps instead of Normal Fluorescent lamps in basements 4. NOC for the tree cutting/transplantation / compensatory plantation if any : NOC obtained from Forest Department Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) Capital cost O&M cost ( Rs in lakhs) (Rs in lakhs) 50 3. Use of CFL lamps instead of GLS lamps for common area lights 3. Parking Details : • Number & area of basement : 2 nos & 10.m. 2012 • • Energy Number.19 sq.56 sq.849.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Using electronic ballast for discharge lamps 5. x 320 KVA Nos. Traffic Management Energy saving can be achieved due to following: 1.

4. safety aspects and operational expenditures. 2012 Environmental Management plan Budgetary Allocation car Overall Covered: 26. Ensure adequate natural ventilation and lighting in the basements by providing suitable cutouts. water. 10.e.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.t. 8. Submit the consent for water supply (potable & non potable) and drainage facility from the competent authority indicating the time frame.4 Lakhs / Annum Decision: The case was discussed on the basis of the presentation made and documents submitted by the proponent. Per car • 2-Wheeler: 54 nos required 54 Nos. Provided • Width of all Internal roads: .0 Construction phase: Capital Cost: 55 Lakhs Recurring Cost per annum: 1. required & 601 Nos. The PP is directed to comply with the following observations: 1. ecology and biodiversity and social aspects were discussed.m. Plant in the green area on ground (i. Though this is a residential project in MIDC. 5970 m2) with 134 nos of trees. 7. i. Draw up a sustainable model with appropriate EMP. 6. One of the staircases shall be of minimum 2 m width. 600 nos of trees. lift and fire and safety. Submit NOCs from CFO and AAI. Chairman 12 . Avoid transplantation of trees by retaining the trees as many as possible in their original locations. Modify the surface car parking close to building to facilitate unobstructed fire tender movement. Carry out proper hydrogeological testings and furnish the details along with design of Rain Water Harvesting and Storm Water Drainage Syatem with large layout plan. 5. 49 trees per acre. soil. it shall have minimum tree cover. Estimate natural flow run-off during mansoon and indicate appropriate steps to avoid flooding. 9. 3.e.r. Provided • 4-Wheeler: 601 nos. Submit details of adherence to NBC codes w. All issues related to environment.56 sq. earthquake resistant structures. 2. as the proposed EMP budget is inadequate especially w.r.t. land. including air.5 Lakhs / Annum Operation Phase: Capital Cost: 325 Lakhs Recurring Cost per annum: 29.9.

Residential Development M/s. of buildings & No. Proposed Built-up Non FSI area: 39. International Biotech Park Ltd.330 sq m.207. of buildings: 7 nos. 2012 Plot No.m Permissible FSI 38. Net Plot Area: 19.682. 8(a) – B2 56th meeting of the SEAC held on 6th to 8th June.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. (including TDR etc. 3 Subject: Environmental clearance for the Proposed Residential & Commercial Development at Plot No 17 MIDC Hinjewadi. 104 Crores Project No.33 sq m. (File No. Aditya Environmental Services Pvt Ltd. Maharashtra Construction Project Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) Total Plot Area: 21.) FSI area: 38.82 sq m. International Biotech Park Ltd. 2012 Item No. 17 at International Biotech Park Ltd.197 sq.889. 17.) Ground coverage Percentage (%) Estimated cost of the Rs. its configuration 5 Residential Buildings T1 : T2 : T3 : T4 : T5 : 1 Convenient Shopping and service apartment G+15 G+21 G+21 G+26 G+27 G+5 Chairman 13 .. Pune by M/s. MIDC Hinjewadi Phase II. SEAC 2211/ CR-923/ TC2) The Project Proponent explained the proposal before the committee and committee noted project details furnished by the Project Proponent as: Name of the Project Project Proponent Consultant Category Previous consideration/s Location Type of project Whether in Corporation / Municipal / other area Total Plot Area The Crown Greens .55% (3743. Rajiv Gandhi Infotech Park.394 sq m. Area Total Built up area: 77.17 sq m.48 sq m. Pune. M/s.

50 cmd Source: MIDC Requirement Recycled Water:.3 m Volume: 30 cu.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.271.4 lakhs/annum water • Natural water drainage pattern: North to south • Quantity of storm water 1296 cum/hour – assumed at rainfall intensity of 50mm/hour • Size of SWD sized as per design max rainfall intensity of 50 mm/hour In the extended basement away from STP area (East of Tower T1) Total Water Dry Season: Fresh Water : 157.0m G+2 15.0m Existing structure & demolish of it-Details with disposal Water Conservation • • • • Storm drainage UGT tank Level of Ground Water Table : 5 to 7.76 cmd Swimming pool makeup (CMD):.65cmd Total Water Requirement:.171.50 cmd Source : MIDC&Rain Recycled Water:.10 cmd Fire fighting (CMD):.65m 71.15 cmd Swimming pool makeup (CMD):.4 m Width of pit:.329.m Recharge pits: 8 nos. Capital cost: 35 lakhs O&M cost: 0.2 m Size and no of RWH tank (s) and Quantity: One Tank of 40 m3 Location of RWH Tanks: Along main UG Water tank Size.2.300 m3 Wet Season: Fresh Water : 157.300 m3 Chairman 14 .26 cmd Total Water Requirement:.25m 27.114.10 cmd Fire fighting (CMD):.95m 71. nos of recharge pits and Quantity Length:.5 m Depth of pit:.2m 90. 2012 Height of the building 1 Club house 5 Residential Buildings T1 T2 T3 T4 T5 1 Convenient Shopping and service apartment 1 Club house Land is vacant Building configuration G+15 G+21 G+21 G+26 G+27 G+5 G+2 Height in (m) 53.95m 87.

93 STP technology: MBBR Technology Capacity of STP: 210 cmd Location of STP : UG . Tree species Numbers Chairman 15 . • RG area under Green Belt • RG on the ground (sq. • Wet waste :.m): 6810. m. 2012 Sewage and Waste water Solid waste Management Green Belt Development Sewage generation (cmd) : 201. inerts to approved landfill site. No.2 • Wet waste Kg/day: 423.Debris – 1-3 MT/day • Quantity of Top soil to be preserved : 3520 cum • Disposal of construction way debris : used for filling the plot and maintaining natural slopes Waste Generation in Operation Phase: • Dry waste Kg/day: 423.2 TPD Mode of Disposal of Waste :• Dry waste: .south of Tower 1 Waste generation in Pre Construction and Construction phase: • Waste Generation :.segregation and sale of recyclables. Tree species Numbers 1 Laburnum (Cassia fistula) 21 2 Coral tree (Erythrina indica) 10 3 Mango (Magnifera indica) 16 4 Sita Ashoka (Saraca ashoka) 55 5 Silk Cotton Tree (Bombax 10 malabaricum) 6 Coconut (Cocos nucifera) 17 7 Amla (Embilica officinalis) 15 8 Palas (Butea Frontosa) 16 Tree species Existing & to be retained: Sr. Plantation • Number & list of Tree species to be planted in the ground RG : 160 nos + 61 existing trees to be retained Tree species for plantation Sr.39 sq.2 • STP Sludge (Dry sludge): 0.2152.biodegradable waste to compost • STP Sludge (Dry sludge) : mix with wet waste and convert that into compost Area Requirement: Location and Total area provided for the treatment and storage of solid waste : 500 sft – utility area Budgetary allocation: Capital cost: 25 lakhs O&M cost: 4 lakhs Total RG area : • RG area other than greenbelt (please specify for playground etc) (sq.m. No.87 sq m.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.):.

Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. size age and species of trees to be cut or transplanted : Existing trees 61 nos. No.75 KW • Source : MSEDCL Energy saving by non-conventional method : • Energy Saving Measure : as below + solar water heater/solar lighting on podium • Detailed calculations & % of saving Chairman 16 . of trees to be planted: 160 nos • NOC for the tree cutting/transplantation / compensatory plantation if any : NOC obtained from Forest Department Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) Capital cost O&M cost ( Rs in (Rs in lakhs) lakhs) 50 3 Green belt Energy Power supply : • Maximum Demand: 3669. Trees to be retained 13 Nos. 2012 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Jambhul (Sygygium cumini) Ain (Erythrina indica) Palas (Magnifera indica) Umbar (Saraca ashoka) Silk Cotton Tree (Bombax malabaricum) Coconut (Cocos nucifera) Amla (Embilica officinalis) Palas (Butea Frontosa) 10 8 12 9 2 6 10 4 Number & list of Shrub & bushes species to be planted in the podium RG : Species considered Sr. Trees to be cut : NIL Total no. Trees to be transplanted 48 nos.0 KW • Connected Load: 5297. Scientific name Common name 1 Caesalpinia pulcherrima White Gulmohor 2 Clerodendrum inerme Kadumendi 3 Clerodendrum infortunatum 4 Duranta repens 5 Hibiscus rosa-sinensis Chinese Hibiscus 6 Lawsonia inermis Henna 7 Nerium indicum Pink Oleander 8 Nyctanthus arbor-tristis Parijatak 9 Tecoma stans Tecoma • Number.

m Number & area of podium : Nil Open parking: 158 cars (Surface Parking) Covered parking: 541 Cars – 19243. required & 69 nos.0 Construction phase: Capital Cost: 55 Lakhs Recurring Cost per annum: 1. ecology and biodiversity and social aspects were discussed. Energy saving by using 13 watt CFL lamps as against 60 W incandescent lamps for houses Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) Capital cost O&M cost (Rs in lakhs) (Rs in lakhs) 65 2 Energy Saving Devices + Solar Heater/ lighting DG Set: 2 nos. of the junction to the main road & design of confluence: 1No. & 17922./car (17922. provided 4-Wheeler :. Per car 2-Wheeler :. land. 2012 Traffic Management Environmental Management plan Budgetary Allocation We propose to install solar water heating panels and supply hot water to bathrooms in complex.m (Basement+Stilts+Surface Parking) Area per car : Basement 34. Also solar based lighting will be provided in garden pathways. x 400 KVA Type of fuel used : HSD Nos. Using electronic ballast for discharge lamps 5.63 nos. Energy saving can be achieved due to following: 1.m.The PP is directed to comply with the following observations: Chairman 17 . water. Use of CFL lamps instead of GLS lamps for flats 2.91 Sq.57 sq. All issues related to environment.696 nos.5 Lakhs / Annum Operation Phase: Capital Cost: 325 Lakhs Recurring Cost per annum: 29.59 sq. provided Public Transport: Bus siding provided Width of all Internal roads: . Parking Details : Number & area of basement: 2 nos. Use of CFL lamps instead of GLS lamps for common area lights 3. required & 699 nos. Use of T5 lamps instead of Normal Fluorescent amps in basements 4.m.9./518 cars) Overall Covered 35.78sq.91 sq. including air.4 Lakhs / Annum Decision: The case was discussed on the basis of the presentation made and documents submitted by the proponent.m (Basement+Stilts) Total parking area: 21218.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. soil.78 sq.m.

Ensure prevailing stipulations regarding allotment of minimum percentage of flats to Low Income Group (LIG). Draw up a sustainable model with appropriate EMP. earthquake resistantstructures. Estimate natural flow run-off during mansoon and indicate appropriate steps to avoid flooding. lift and fire and safety. 2. 4.r. 2. 584 nos of trees on the green area (i. Submit details of adherence to NBC codes w.. Ensure adequate natural ventilation and lighting in the basements by providing suitable cutouts.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. 49 trees per Acre. One of the staircases shall be of minimum 2 m width. Modify the surface parking close to building and near the terrace plot for better fire tender movement. 1. 6.e. as the proposed EMP budgets for capital and O&M costs are inadequate. Carry out proper hydrogeological testings and furnish the details along with design of Rain Water Harvesting and Storm Water Drainage Syatem with large layout plan. 5847 m2) on the ground.e. 5. Chairman 18 .t.e. 7. 3. it shall have maximum tree cover as presented i. Though this is a residential project. i. Submit the consent for water supply (potable & non potable) from the competent authority indicating the time frame. 2012 1.

Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. 2/1/1. 494 2470 Chairman 19 .) Proposed Built –UP • FSI area:28330.84 Sq. 2/1/1.78 Sq.00 sq. 6/3/4 Autade Handewadi by M/s. C. Atria Constructions (File No. Provision for parking at ground floor for all buildings except provision for additional parking in stilt at building C. m Area (FSI & Non FSI) • Non FSI:12239. Permissible FSI (including TDR etc.65 sq.06 Sq. 2012 Item No. D.No. 2/2/1. SEAC 2011/CR-981/ TC2) The Project Proponent explained the proposal before the committee and committee noted project details furnished by the Project Proponent as: Name of the Project Proposed residential Scheme “Atria Grande” M/s. Total plot area (Sq.No.) each of 11 floors and 01 building (F) of 9 floors.m Ground coverage percentage : 35. E.m) Deductions Net plot area 28345. GR No :. m. m.TPS-1809/650/CR/1654/09/UD-13 31973. B. m • Total BUA area: 40569. 4 Subject: Environmental clearance for the proposed residential Scheme “Atria Grande” at S. of building & its configuration (s) Number of tenants and shops Number of expected residents / users 11343 sq. 2/2/1.47 % 66 crores 5 buildings (A. GR No :. 6/3/4 Autade Handewadi Location of the project Construction project Type of Project 8(a) B2 Category Whether in • Grampanchyat of Autade Handewadi Corporation / • Special regulations for area within 10 km distance from the Municipal / Other area boundary of the Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation. m Ground – coverage percentage (%) (Note : percentage of plot not open to sky) Estimated cost of the project No. Saitech Research & Development Organization Consultant S.TPS-1809/650/CR/1654/09/UD-13 Applicability of the • A class municipal bye-laws for town planning area DCR • Special regulations for area within 10 km distance from the boundary of the Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation. Atria Constructions Project Proponent M/s.

West to East • Quantity of storm water 10965. Size of SWD -150mm min • Sewage generation (CMD) :267 • STP technology :Fludised Aerobic Bed reactor • Capacity of STP (CMD) :270 • Location of the STP :South East corner of Project site • DG sets (during emergency) :1 * 200 KVA • Budgetary allocation: 70 lakhs capital cost and 12 lakh O & M Chairman 20 .0 m wide RP road connects to Saswad Katraj State the road) Highway • The nearest fire station is located in the Hadapsar Industrial Estate which is approximately 5.20 m Building B P+11 34. 2012 Height of the building(s) Building A P+11 34. UGT tanks Strom water drainage Sewage and waste water • Natural water drainage pattern .Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.0 Km drive from the proposed site • 1st stage NOC (before Construction ) from Fire Department has been obtained Turning radius for easy 7.50 m Right of way (width of • 24. no of recharge pits and Quality 14*1*50 m3 • Budgetary allocation ( Capital cost and O & M cost) : Capital Cost : 15 Lakhs O&M: 1.20 m Building F P+9 28.20 m Building C B+P+11 36.20 m Building E P+11 34.0 Lakhs 1 UGT shown in drawing at the North West corner of the plot.00 m Building D P+11 34.5m access of fire tender movement from all around the building excluding the width for the plantation Total Water Dry Season Wet Season Requirement Fresh Water (CMD) 234 223 Recycled Water (CMD) 267 112 Total 501 335 Fire Fighting 250 250 Rain Water Harvesting • Level of the Ground water table: 40 M (RWH) • Size and no of RWH tank(s) and Quantity: 1 nos capacity112000 lit • Location of the RWH tank (s) shown in dwg on the north east side of the plot • Size.72cum(potential rain water harvesting cum/year).

Ft.6 kg/day • Wet waste: 666. m. Botanical name Comman name Qty Ht.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.45 cu m of excavated topsoil shall be preserved for future use in green areas.7 sq.7 Kg/day Mode Of Disposal Dry waste (Kg/day): Sent to Kabadiwada Wet waste (Kg/day): Converted to compost by Mechanical Method STP Sludge (Dry sludge) (Kg/day): Taken to compost Area requirement: Location (s)& total area provided for the storage & treatment of solid Waste: South East corner. Near STP 2000 Sq. 2012 Solid waste Management Green Belt Development Waste generation in the pre Construction and Construction phase: • Waste generation :.Excavated soil will be used for leveling • Quantity of the top soil to be preserved: 3909.5 lakhs per year Total RG area: 1. RG area other than green belt: 2047.m.9 kg/day • STP Sludge (Dry sludge) (Kg/day):20. • Disposal of the construction way debris: No debris Waste generation in the operation phase: • Dry waste :444.m RG on the ground:7710 Sq. Budgetary allocation( capital Cost & O&M cost): Capital cost: 15 lakhs O & M cost: 1. RG area under green belt: 7710. Plantation: No. 2. in m T1 Cassia fistula Golden shower 46 4-5 T2 Caryota urens Fishtail palm 17 4-6 T3 Cassia javanica Pink cassia 60 10-12 T4 Lagerstroemia flosreginae Lagerstroemia pink 28 8-10 T5 Nyctanthes arbor-tristis Parijat 27 5-6 T6 Bauhinia acuminata Bauhinia dwarf white 46 3-4 Chairman 21 .0 sq.

Botanical name S1 Lantana white/purple/red S1 Abelia variegated S3 Wadelia trilobata S4 Ixora Chinese orange S5 Cuphea hyssopifolia S6 Galphimea glauca S7 Hamelia patens dwarf Chairman 22 . 2012 T7 Thevetia nerifolium Bitti yellow 4 3-5 T8 Mimusops elengii Bakul 24 10-12 T9 Plumeria alba Champa white 8 4-5 T10 Populus termuloides Poplar 32 12-15 T11 Alstonia scholaris Saptaparni 27 8-10 T12 Erythrina indica variegated Pangara variegated 37 8-10 T13 Bauhinia purpurea Kanchan 103 5-6 T14 Michelia champaka Sonchafa 15 5-6 T15 Filicium decipiens Fern tree 30 5-6 T16 Lagerstroemia flos-regineae Tamhan 6 8-10 • Shrubs & GroundcoverNo.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.

Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Age and Species of tress to be cut . 2012 S8 Allamanda nerifolia nana S9 Canna red/yellow dwarf S10 Eranthemum laxiflorum S11 Oleander dwarf single red S12 Plumbago capensis blue S13 Musseanda erythrophylla red S14 Ophiophogon jaburan variegated S15 Rhoeo S16 Spathyphyllum S17 Agloenoema S18 Allamanda violaceae S19 Acalypha wilkesiana rosea flat leaf S20 Alpinia speciosa S21 Calliandra dwarf red S22 Tabernaemonata coronaria variegata S23 Pentas red S24 Myana erecta dwarf S25 Hibiscus rosa sinensis varieties S26 Schefflera variegated S27 Bamboo grass S28 Pampas grass • Number .5 babul trees will be cut Budgetary allocation Capital Cost: 10 Lakhs O&M Cost: 1 Lakh/annum Chairman 23 . Size . tress to be transplanted .

60 sq. . • Lighting control systems will be used to control parking area lights. .40 sq. • Area per car : 2.T5 type.Reduce electricity bill. .00 sq.Extra kVA availability from existing supply.wheeler :3. • All Fluorescent lights (used in common areas) with • Electronic ballast in place of Copper chokes & Tube .Improve electrical efficiency.m. • Use of APFC panel for Power factor correction. Of the Junction to the main road & design of confluence Project site gets connected to Mumbai – Pune Express highway & Bopdev Ghat road through Katraj Saswad State Highway Parking details: • Number & area of basement: nil • Number & area of podia: nil • Total parking area : 8333.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Chairman 24 . Cycle : 1. .Reduce power consumption. in place of T8 type. • Detail calculations & % of saving: 9. . Some benefits of power factor corrections are as follows: .m. 2012 Energy Traffic Management Power Supply: • Maximum demand – 1976 KW + 365 KW = 2341 KW • Connected Demand – 5457 KW • Source –MSDECL Energy saving by non-conventional method: • Solar energy will be used for landscape lighting.2 Lakhs/annum (Solar Lighting) DG Set: • Number and capacity of the DG sets to be used – 1x200 KVA • Type of fuel used – Diesel Nos. to reduce the power consumption by 10 watts per lamp.m.0 Lakhs (Solar Lighting) O & M Cost – 0. • The controls of all the electrical points in the flats will be provided at the entrance with the provision of the Key Tag Switch.37% • Compliance of the ECBC guidelines: Yes • Budgetary allocation( capital Cost& O& M Cost) Capital Cost – 10.Minimized voltage drop in long cables.Reduce I2R losses from transformer and distribution equipment.

including air. Chairman 25 . 4.000/. 3. water.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. 2012 Environmental Management plan Budgetary Allocation 4-wheeler :20. 3. 7.5 lakhs per annum • Quantum & generation of Corpus Fund and Commitment: Corpus fund of 30 lakhs will be collected from the members of society for STP and Composting. land. 6. This fund will be deposited in the Bank Account to be maintained by the Society • Responsibility for Further O&M: Society bye laws will be framed for O&M. 50. Decision: The case was discussed on the basis of the presentation made and documents submitted by the proponent. 1 lakh . 1. once the Society is formed. However PP has agreed to undertake that. soil. The Committee noted that the existing right of way is limited to 9 m. as the proposed EMP budget is inadequate. Design appropriate Rain Water Harvesting system and Storm Water Drainage system as per the hydrogeological and geotechnical study data and conditions and submit the details with large lay out drawings. All issues related to environment. however there is proposed DP road of 24 m width.0 sq. without which OC may not be issued.PPE – Rs. 8. Provide minimum 9 m road width of internal roads for ease in fire tender movement and submit the revised drawings. ecology and biodiversity and social aspects were discussed. The PP is directed to comply with the following observations: 1.000 • Safety Nylon net – Rs.Rs. 5. It is not clear when the DP road will be built and the project cannotbe considered until the 24 m DP road is constructed. Relocate STP and underground water tank/s to a suitable location close to building.5 m. 13.and Green belt : Rs. Deduction of 9 m road in netplot area and additional deduction of some part of 24m road shall be clarified with a detailed note and supporting documents. Draw up a sustainable model with appropriate EMP. 50. • Public Transport Width of all Internal road(m): 6m (minimum) Construction Phase ( With break up): • Capital Cost .m. Submit a detailed note and flowchart on water budget calculations. 2.0 lakhs Operation Phase( with break Up)• Capital Cost: Cost of STP : 70 lakhs Compost Unit : 15 lakhs • O & M cost: Rs.0 lakhs Total = Rs. Staircase width shall be at least 1. in case there is any delay in construction of DP road. PP would construct the same at his own cost. Temp soak pit.

Chairman 26 . The northen narrow plot to be planted with trees. as the u/g water tanks are to be shifted to suitable location 10. 2012 9. Considering the area of RG on ground.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. number of trees to be planted is 700. Submit a copy of the NA order.

250 Cr. 2012 Item No.13 Sq. mt.7 m2 Permissible FSI (including TDR etc.44/2. High Sea Properties (Compliance case) (File No.mt. Sus.416.01. (FSI & Non-FSI) 15838.7 Sq.23 Sq. Project Proponent M/s.31.438.530 Sq.43/1 Sus. 5 Subject: Environmental clearance for the Residential and commercial development at Sus. Po. Maharashtra Construction project Type of Project 8(a) B2 Category 55th meeting of the State Level Expert Appraisal Committee (SEAC) Previous held on 21st to 24th May. At. Po.83 Sq. Ground-coverage Percentage (%) (Note: Percentage of plot not open to sky) Rs.70 / TC2) The Project Proponent explained the proposal before the committee and committee noted project details furnished by the Project Proponent as: Name of the Project “Western Hill” Project M/s.13.179. m. Pune by M/s. Proposed Built-up Non FSI: 30. No.617. of building & its Center configuration(s) Chairman 27 . 7/2. Ltd. Net plot area: 66. Estimated cost of the project 42 nos.mt. of Villas + Convenience Shopping No. 4. 44/1.) FSI: 1.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Total Plot Area (sq.: 45/1.)Deductions Net Plot area Net Permissible FSI: 1. 46/1 & 46/2. mt. S. Mulshi. Area Total: 1. Pune. At. 2012 consideration/s Town Planning. 45/2.179.12 Sq.01. High Seas Properties Pvt. Saitech Research & Development Organization Consultant Location of the project On Proposed site to be set up at. mt. Mulshi. SEAC 2011 / CR.mt. residential bldgs + 12 nos. Mulshi. Pune Whether in Corporation / Municipal / other area Total Plot Area: 1.

2012 Name of building A1 – A6 B1 – B4 C1 D1. of tank with Chairman 28 . + 1 UF Total tenants: 1299 nos. Pune • Fresh water : 616 m3/day • Recycled water: 295 m3/day • Total Water Requirement: 911 m3/day • Swimming pool make up: 30 m3 • Fire fighting: 100 m3 • Excess treated water: 458 m3/day Size and no of RWH tank(s) and Quantity : 1 no. H2. Dry season: • Source : Grampanchyat . 6587 no. Mulshi. Shops: 46 nos. persons 36 m 30 m wide Sus Road 9. At. Po. F3 P + 12 G1.D5 E1 – E4 P+4 P+ 4 P+ 4 P+ 4 P+4 F1.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Sus.G16 P + 12 P + 12 H1. Po. of Villas Convenient Shopping Center Number of tenants and shops Number of expected residents / users Height of the building(s) Right of way (Width of the road) Turning radius for easy access of fire tender movement from all around the building excluding the width for the plantation Existing structure(s) Details of the demolition with disposal (If applicable) Total Water Requirement Rain Water Configuration Parking + 2 floor Gr. No demolition work. H3 12 nos. F2. Mulshi. Sus. At.0 m No existing structures. Pune • Fresh water: 616 m3/day • Recycled water: 444 m3/day • Total Water Requirement: 1060 m3/day • Swimming pool make up: 30 m3 • Fire fighting: 100 m3 • Excess treated water: 309 m3/day Wet Season: • Source : Grampanchyat .

100 m2 • RG area other than green belt (Please specify for playground.e Open space [10%]: 10574.2 m depth @ slope 1:200 • Sewage generation : 793 m3/day • STP technology : Sequential Batch Reactor [SBR technology] • Capacity of STP : 886 m3/day • Location of the STP: On Ground Waste generation in the Pre Construction & Construction phase: • Waste generation : 38 kg /day • Quantity of the top soil to be preserved : None • Disposal of the construction way debris : None Waste generation in the operation Phase: • Dry waste : 1473 kg/day • Wet waste : 1473 kg/day • E – waste : very less amount • Hazardous waste : 5-6 lit/month used oil • Biomedical waste (Kg/month) (If applicable) : Not applicable • STP Sludge (Dry sludge) : 79 kg/day Mode of Disposal of waste: • Dry waste : Handed over to authorized recycler for further handling and disposal.130 m2 & For model no. Depth for Bore = Varying depth and Up to Below Ground water table Locations of the UGT tanks :1 UG tank is near B1 building 1 UG tank is near E1 building • Natural water drainage pattern : By gravity • Quantity of storm water : 31. no of recharge pits and Quantity : 12 nos. 500 .9m ×7. Plantation area : 10.022 m2 Chairman 29 .19m × 3m Location of the RWH tank(s) : Underground tank Size. Lawn area : 7621. • Wet waste: Will be converted to compost using Organic Waste Processor [OWP] model no. 2012 Harvesting (RWH) UGT tanks Storm water drainage Sewage and Waste water Solid waste Management Green Belt Development capacity of 40 m3 with size of 1.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.6 m2. etc. Total area provided for the storage & Treatment of the solid waste : For KC 1000 .968. Size of the recharge pit = 3 m x 3 m x 3 m No of recharge pit proposed = 12 Nos.45m width & 0. 2.55 m2 • RG area under green belt: 1.)i. KC 1000 & KC 500 • E – waste : Handed over to PCB authorized Vendor • Hazardous waste : Handed over to PCB authorized Vendor • STP Sludge (Dry sludge) : Will be used as manure for gardening Area requirement: Location(s) : On Ground.45 m3/min • Size of SWD : 0.

Process of NA conversion involves land use change and NA also prescribes the zoning and FSI applicability. x 125 KVA During Operation Phase 5 Fuel used for DG set : a. 2012 Energy SR. Detailed appraisal of the project will be done after the submission of the above said data.740. m.1 X 630 kVA Traffic Management Cars: 1006 nos. Diesel / High Speed Diesel 6 Trasnformers Residential :.000 m2 out of total plot area of 1.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Environmental Management plan Budgetary Allocation Construction phase: 17.53 lakhs/annum Decision: SEAC discussed the issues raised in the previous meeting.8 sq. The project location is in the rural area and NA is a prerequisite before the commencement of the project.1 X 600 kVA Diesel Residential :. Sets During Construction Phase 1 nos.5859 KW Commercial :. Cycle: 1732 nos. Chairman 30 .1 X 250 kVA & 1 X 315 kVA Commercial :. . NO. Total parking area: 27. The PP informed that the revenue authorities had instructed them to obtain EC for the entire project in order to obtain NA permission for the rest of the plot area.530 m2. SEAC is of the opinion that prior EC is not precondition for NA permission. Therefore. POWER REQUIREMENT 1 Source of power supply : Source : MSEDCL 2 During Construction Phase 3 4 During Operation Phase a) Total Demand Load 100 kVA Residential :.10 X 630 kVA Commercial :. .574 KW DG set as Power Back – up D.2 lakhs Operation Phase: Capital cost: 435 lakhs and O&M cost: 68. It is noted that PP has obtained NA permission only for 48. PP is advised to phase the project on the basis of currently available NA plot or obtain NA permission for the entire plot.G.13.Scooters: 1732 nos.

Construction Project 8(a) B2 Whether in Corporation / Planning Authority: Town Planning Department. Near Lupin Laboratory.): 65824. Pune in Village Nande Municipal / other area Total Plot Area (sq.01 Ground-coverage Percentage (%) (Note: Percentage of plot not open to sky) Estimated cost of the Rs.“Symbiosis Teaching Hospital and Research Centre” M/s Symbiosis Society M/s Ultra-Tech Environmental Consultancy & Laboratory Gat No.900 Sq.) 27.64.941. 537 Crores project Chairman 31 . Net Plot area: 120072.940.“Symbiosis Teaching Hospital and Research Centre” at Gat No. m. State – Maharashtra by M/s Symbiosis Society (File No.mt. 946 (2 )(Part) at Lavale.) Total Plot Area: 1. Deductions: 44828. m. 936(1) & 936(2) (part). Pune. Pune. Permissible FSI (including 0. Jurisdiction : Collector. 936(1) & 936(2) (part).) Proposed Built-up Area FSI area (sq. m.941. 937.mt. Near Lupin Laboratory. SEAC 2211 / CR-927/ TC2) The Project Proponent explained the proposal before the committee and committee noted project details furnished by the Project Proponent as: Name of the Project Project Proponent Consultant Location of the project Type of Project Category proposed Educational Institute with Hostel Facility Project .mt. 937.00 Sq.938.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Pune. m.939.60 (FSI & Non-FSI) Non FSI area (sq.41 Total BUA area (sq.946(1)(Part). 946 (2 )(Part) at Lavale. 6 Subject: Environmental clearance for the proposed Educational Institute with Hostel Facility Project . Tal. : Mulshi.939. Tal. 2012 Item No.00 Sq.) 78720. State – Maharashtra Educational Institute with Hostel Facility .940.36 % 144545.938.9 TDR etc.946(1)(Part). : Mulshi.

00 m radius and wider space at turning. of Buildings: No.05m Nurses' Qtrs. 45 Qtrs. 30 m wide external road.95m Interns' Hostel 30 Rooms G+2 Floors 9. There is no existing structure on site Dry season: • Fresh water (CMD):843 & Source: Water Supply Department • Recycled water (CMD): 500 • Total Water Requirement (CMD): 1069 • Swimming pool make up (Cum): -• Fire fighting (Cum): 200 Wet Season: • Fresh water (CMD): 566 & Source: Water Supply Department • Recycled water (CMD):500 • Total Water Requirement (CMD): 1066 • Swimming pool make up (CMD):-• Fire fighting (CMD):200 •Level of the Ground water table: Geotechnical investigation has done up to 8 mt. of building & its configuration(s) Type of Project: Teaching Hospital.95m Social Hub G+1 Floor 6.95m Services Apartments 48 Guest Rms G+4 Floors 14. No water table level was encountered in any of the borehole till 8 mt. Of Floors Ht. G+4 Floors 14.05m Teaching Hospital 600 Beds G+6 Floors 29.95m Girls' Hostel(2 Blocks) 100 Rooms G+4 Floors 14.85m Animal House G+1 Floors 7.95m SSHRC. No.Aundh gaon 6 m Minimum Driveways with additional 3. Speciality Hospital 300 Beds G+7 Floors 29. within the premises at different location. Medical College And Residential Facility. 2012 No. •Size and no of RWH tank(s) and Quantity:-•Location of the RWH tank(s):-Chairman 32 .15m Number of expected residents / users Right of way (Width of the road) Turning radius for easy access of fire tender movement from all around the building excluding the width for the plantation Existing structure(s) Total Water Requirement Rain Water Harvesting (RWH) 5278 Nos.65m Services Block B+1 Floors 4. nearest fire station.95m Teaching Doctors' Apartment 32 Flats Stilt+4 Floors 14.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.00m Boys' Hostel(2 Blocks) 100 Rooms G+4 Floors 14. Of Bldg College G+5 Floors 22.

• Biomedical waste will be taken separately and will be given to hazardous waste collecting agencies or municipal authorities. of STP 1. of RWH pits with silt chamber •Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost): Capital Cost :15 Rs. O &M cost : 15 Lakhs/ Anum Waste generation in the Pre Construction and Construction phase: •Waste generation : •Quantity of the top soil to be preserved: •Disposal of the construction way debris: Waste generation in the operation Phase: • Dry waste (Kg/day): 2510 • Wet waste (Kg/day): 1640 • E – waste (Kg/month): 500 • Hazardous waste (Kg/month): -• Biomedical waste (Kg/month) (If applicable): 500 • STP Sludge (Dry sludge) (Kg/day): 45 Mode of Disposal of waste: • Waste from the kitchen will be taken into the STP after passing it through grease trap. Academic And Hospital : 450 M3 2. Residential: 170 M3 3. Non recyclable dry garbage will be handed over to municipality for disposal at approved land fill sites. Dry garbage will be further segregated into recyclable & non-recyclable garbage. Effluent from the laundry is collected in a sump and will be dosed with an antifoaming agent and also a flocculent so that the quality of effluent is better than the house – hold waste. • Wet & Dry garbage from the kitchen & other areas will be segregated at source level. Residential & Animal house •DG sets (during emergency): consider in normal backup •Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost): Capital cost : 110 lakhs . Lakhs O & M : 7 Lakhs/ Anum Near Energy center and Hospital block Natural water drainage pattern: Contoured land sloping from ES to NW. Animal house : 6 m3 •Location of the STP: Academic And Hospital. • E-waste will also be taken separately and will be given to E waste Chairman 33 . 2012 UGT tanks Storm water drainage Sewage and Waste water Solid waste Management •Size. no of recharge pits and Quantity: 9 nos.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Wet garbage will be used at site in organic waste converter to produce manure. quantity of storm water: Run off after development : 1071 m3/sec Size of SWD •Sewage generation (CMD) : 566 •STP technology: MBBR •Capacity of STP (CMD): 3 nos. Recyclable dry garbage will be sent to approve recycling agencies.

69 % of net Plot area) 3.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Adherence to ECB code for energy conservation Switching off lights through day light / occupancy sensor with BMS control Multiple circuits for lighting Group control for elevators Low loss capacitors Transformers close to point of use to bring down low side losses. Area requirement: 1.): 38597. • Detail calculations & % of saving : 17 % Chairman 34 .Use of energy efficient water cooled screw chillers - Use of CFL / T5 lamps for lighting.): 3230 Sq.00 Sq. age and species of trees to be cut. Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) Capital Cost : 2300 Lakhs & O & M Cost : 36. etc.14 % of net Plot area ) • RG on the podium (m2. 2. Plantation: • Number and list of trees species to be planted in the ground RG: 1503 nos. – Variable speed secondary pumping Maximum use of daylight Variable speed air handling units. mt ( 2. size.): Area for Playground 14180.00 Sq. if any 1. mt. 50 Lakhs O & M Cost : Rs.80 Lakhs/ Anum Power supply: • Maximum demand: 55 00 KW • Connected load : 9700 KW • Source : MSEDCL Energy saving by non-conventional method: • Energy saving measures . 2012 Green Belt Development Energy recycling agencies. Location(s) and total area provided for the storage and treatment of the solid waste: Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost): Capital Cost : Rs. trees to be transplanted: Existing trees: 500 nos. 5 Lakhs Total RG area: 1. RG area other than green belt (Please specify for Playground.mt (32. • NOC for the Tree cutting / transplantation/ compensatory plantation. Use of solar energy for water heating to canteen. RG area under green belt: • RG on the ground (m2. • Number.

Set of capacity 2000 kVA • Type of fuel used : HSD Nos. 2 Adherence to ECB code for energy conservation Switching off lights through day light / occupancy sensor with BMS control 1 Multiple circuits for lighting Group control for elevators 1 Low loss capacitors Transformers close to point of use to bring down low side losses. Wheelers: 245 Nos. 2 17 Traffic Management • Compliance of the ECBC guidelines: (Yes / No) (If yes then submit compliance in tabular form): Applying for Green building certification • Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost): Capital cost : 18 Lakhs O&M cost : 2 Lakhs/ annum DG Set: • Number and capacity of the DG sets to be used: 3No. 2012 Sr.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.65 Sq. For Residential Parking Proposed : 4 Wheelers: 64 Nos. 8 mt. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Percentage Description wise Use of energy efficient water cooled screw chillers 4 Use of CFL / T5 lamps for lighting.Exits for Vehicles from -12m Wide Road Parking details: • Total Parking area : 10800.N o. wide Chairman 35 . – Variable speed secondary pumping 2 Maximum use of daylight 5 Variable speed air handling units. Width of all Internal roads (m): 12 mt.4 Sq. Ambulance: 6 Nos. . 2 Wheelers: 108 Nos. Cycles: 970 Nos. of D.G. (including drive way and ramp ) For Institute & Hospital 4 Wheelers: 305 Nos.mt • Area per car : 31. & 6 mt. Use of solar energy for water heating to canteen. mt. of the junction to the main road & design of confluence: We have Proposed our Entry.

Therefore.8 lakhs Decision: It is noted that PP has obtained NA permission only for part of the total plot area under consideration.5 Lakhs Management plan Operation phase: Budgetary Allocation • Capital cost: 2488 lakhs • O & M cost: 79. The PP informed that the revenue authorities had instructed them to obtain EC for the entire project in order to obtain NA permission for the rest of the plot area.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. SEAC is of the opinion that prior EC is not precondition for NA permission. Detailed appraisal of the project will be done after the submission of the above said points. 2012 Environmental Construction phase: 21. PP is advised to phase the project on the basis of currently available NA plot or obtain NA permission for the entire plot. Chairman 36 . Process of NA conversion involves land use change and NA also prescribes the zoning and FSI applicability.

49 FSI : 38546.mt. Total Ground coverage is 12080 Sq.91.18 Sq. Rs. N. 17/6/2.mt.: -45% of net plot area. RRZ NOC required. 17/6/2.) Proposed Built-up Area (FSI & Non-FSI) Ground-coverage Percentage (%) (Note: Percentage of plot not open to sky) Estimated cost of the Proposed “Residential Development” M/s. (File No.mt. m. 2012 Item No.No 17/7. Ltd.mt. Chairman 37 .mt. SEAC 2211/ CR-982/ TC2) (New case) The Project Proponent explained the proposal before the committee and committee noted project details furnished by the Project Proponent as: Name of the Project Project Proponent Consultant Location of the project Type of Project Category CRZ/RRZ clearance obtain .+ 9775. = 38599. 7 Subject: Environmental clearance for the proposed “Residential Development” at Sr.3 Sq. Ultra-Tech Sr.mt.+ 2300 Sq.31 Sq. Non FSI : 35929.Nyati Builders Pvt.48 Sq.Pune Construction project 8(a) B2 Distance from Mula –Mutha river is 150meter from plot boundary.mt.mt. Plot area +Amenity area + HDH 26524.No 17/7.A Total Plot Area: 26524.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.Nyati Builders Pvt. 22/2A. Dist:.19 Cr.82 Sq. Taluka – Haveli. M/s.)Deductions Net Plot area Permissible FSI (including TDR etc. Dist: Pune by M/s.31 Sq.at Kharadi. 17/6/1/ (1+2+3). Pune Municipal Corporation. Taluka – Haveli.at Kharadi. Ltd. 22/2A. Pune Municipal Corporation Development Control Rule (DCR) No work has been initiated.if any Whether in Corporation / Municipal / other area Applicability of the DCR Note on the initiated work (If applicable) LOI / NOC from MHADA / Other approvals (If applicable) Total Plot Area (sq. 17/6/1/ (1+2+3). Total : 74476.

of Tenements per Building Total No.70 E1 (HDH) 34.75 m. of building & its configuration(s) Number of tenants and shops Number of expected residents / users Tenant density per hector Height of the building(s) Right of way (Width of the road) Turning radius for easy access of fire tender movement from all around the building excluding the width for the plantation Existing structure(s) Details of the demolition with disposal (If applicable) Total Water Requirement Building Type No.3440 265 Tenants per hector Building Type Height of Buildings A1 47.30 B1 47. No existing structures. of Tenements A1 1 2P +15 59 59 B1 1 2P +15 59 59 C1 to C4 4 2P +15 59 236 D1 1 B + P+11 168 168 E1 (HDH) 1 P+11 166 166 Total 8 688 Total no. of Tenants :. Dry season: • Fresh water (CMD): 318 Source: PMC/Tanker • Recycled water (CMD): 169 • Total Water Requirement (CMD): 487 (Including flushing &gardening) • Swimming pool make up (Cum): 8 Chairman 38 .688 Number of expected residents :.P road abutting to site Turning radius for easy access of fire tender movement from all around the building is 9.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. 2012 project No. of Floors No.30 D1 35.30 C1 to C4 47. D. of Building No. No demolition work.80 Nearest Fire Station Yerwada Fire Station: & Width of the road from the nearest fire station to the proposed building 30m.

• DG sets (during emergency):.Rs.6 Nos of 150 mm dia • Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) Capital Cost :.Rs. 2012 Rain Water Harvesting (RWH) UGT tanks Storm water drainage Sewage and Waste water Solid waste Management • Fire fighting (Cum): 200 & 100 Wet Season: • Fresh water (CMD): 318 Source: PMC • Recycled water (CMD): 155 • Total Water Requirement (CMD): 473 • Swimming pool make up (CMD): 8 • Fire fighting (CMD): 200 & 100 • Size and no of RWH tank(s) and Quantity :.Load considered in the Common D.9 lacs/ annum Locations of the UGT tanks :• 1 UG tank is near B1 building • 1 UG tank is near E1 building • Natural water drainage pattern: Slopping from South North • Flat land with minor contours with gradual slope of 1:150 • Quantity of storm water : 382.09 m3/min • Size of SWD :.N. 3.A • Level of the Ground water table: 3m to 7 m.G. no of recharge bore well and Quantity: .575 Chairman 39 .A1to D1 Buildings 285 m3/day and E1 building 90 m3/day • STP technology : Fluidized Aerobic Bio-Reactor technology (FAB) • Location of the STP: STP (A to D1 buildings) near building D1 & another STP is near E1 building.This material shall be used for back filling and leveling of the plot and remaining will be disposed to authorized sites.590 m3 Disposal of the construction way debris: .94.Rs. 24.00 lacs O & M cost :. • Quantity of the debris :.Rs.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.599 • Biodegradable (Kg/day): . Set Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) Capital Cost :.300 to 450 mm wide X 300 to 1200 mm deep • Sewage generation : A1to D1 Buildings :-282 m3/day and E1 building 90m3/day • Capacity of STP (CMD):. Waste generation in the operation Phase: From buildings A1 to D1 (OWC) • Non-Biodegradable (Kg/day):. • Size.68 lacs O & M cost :. 0.63 lacs/ annum Waste generation in the Pre Construction and Construction phase: • Waste generation : 37 Kg/Day • Quantity of the top soil to be preserved: -1310 m3.

• landscape areas.Rs. Plantation: Number and list of trees species to be planted in the ground RG: 334 Nos. Chairman 40 . mt.mt.00 lacs Green Belt Development Energy O & M cost :. Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) Capital Cost :. mt.authorized hazardous waste management agencies • STP Sludge (Dry sludge):. trees to be planted • Existing tree which area going to retained :.26 Sq. mt.16.61 Sq. mt. 0. m.5 nos.57 Sq. Entry gates and boundary compound walls etc. Other paved area: 867. 2012 From building E1 (Vermicoposting) • Non-Biodegradable (Kg/day):.Rs. 7. 2. signage’s.Organic Waste Converter & Vermicomposting • Hazardous waste:. • Source .75 lacs/ annum Total RG area: 3689.5 lacs O & M cost :.used as manure Area requirement: • Location of OWC: Near D1 building and total area provided for the storage and treatment of the solid waste: 70 Sq.mt RG area other than green belt Hard scape Area: Deck area – 201. Children Play area: 274.handed over to authorized recyclers • Wet waste:.mt. Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) Capital Cost: . • Location of Vermicomposting: Near E1building and total area provided for the storage and treatment of the solid waste: 25 Sq. \ Mode of Disposal of waste: • Dry waste:.49 lacs/ annum Power Supply: • Maximum demand – 2232.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. mt.MSEDCL Energy saving by non-conventional method: • CFL & LED based lighting will be done in the common areas.09 Sq.) :2301.00 Sq.09Sq.Rs.183 • STP Sludge (Dry sludge) (Kg/day):-50 approx.190 • Biodegradable (Kg/day): . RG area under green belt: RG on the ground level (sq.Rs.45 KVA • Connected Demand – 2511. Total: 1388.51 KW.

for saving electrical energy.25 Percentage savings • 5. 3870 1161000 KWH 821.4 KWH Low power high efficiency CFL lights for external and roads. 40. 2012 Solar lights will be provided for common amenities like Street lighting.60 KVA Demand per day in KVA. 2. Garden lights. • Annual Savings with energy efficient equipments is around 4 to 5 % • Details Calculation & % of saving – • Savings Proposed Per Day Annual saving Unit Low power high efficiency T5 lights in common areas.76 KVA Energy Conservation Measures Public Area lighting on dimmer control. • To create awareness to end consumer or flat owner.2 % Compliance of the ECBC guideline : 6.25 KWH KWH TOTAL Annual Savings in KWH 1208278. for using energy efficient light fittings like CFL. 86. • Water Level Controllers With Timers will be Used for Water Pumps.80 KWH Energy Saving by Solar Water heater .32 14716. & Garden lighting.4 5 TOTAL Annual Savings in KVA 1342531.2.1 Solar water heating for minimum Complies. T5 Lamps & LED Lights. • Auto Timer Switches Will Be provided for Street lights.16 KVA Design demand per day in KVA 66973. 20% design capacity Chairman 41 . if above measures were not proposed 70651. • Solar Water Heating Systems Will Be Done For Bathrooms.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.96 31740.6 1 KVA TOTAL Savings per day in KVA 3678. Parking & staircase Lights & Other Common Area Lights.

8.2.2. With Canopy.3 Power factor be maintained between Complies.95 and unity 8.3 specified limits Complies.4 Check metering Power distribution system losses to Complies. 2. Traffic Management DG Set: • Number and capacity of the DG sets to be used – 4 Nos. Traffic generated from this project will confluent on proposed 30 m wide road. .PARKING 70 313 354 Chairman 42 .1.Rs.5 be Complies. 123. photo sensor or time switch Interior lighting power to be with in 7.2. 0.2. Complies. SR. maintained less than 1% • Budgetary allocation( capital Cost & O& M Cost) Capital Cost – Rs.4 specified limits Maximum allowable power loss from 8. PARKING 70 313 108 350 354 500 Open UPPER LVL.1. Exterior lighting power to be with in 7. & 125 KVA – 1 No.2.1 transformer 8.4 Exterior lighting to be controlled by Complies.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Of 250 KVA – 2 Nos.lacks O & M Cost . 160 KVA – 1 No.2 7. DETAILS 4W 2W CYCLES NO. 2012 6. Per Annum.2 Equipment efficiency standards Lighting controls occupancy sensors 7. Complies.2. 1 A B 2 A B 3 A Open Covered BASEMENT PARKING 84 168 Open Covered LOWER LVL. Type of fuel used – Diesel.46 Lacks. Complies. Complies.

31 m2. Submit NOC from RRZ Authority. Chairman 43 .17 lakhs/annum Decision: The proposal is for the development of HDH plot with an area of 26524. Environmental Management plan Budgetary Allocation Construction phase: 6.t.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. 2012 B Covered 108 100 - Total Parking 356 1160 1376 Width of all Internal roads (m): Width of all Internal roads is12 m wide. Therefore. PP is advised to obtain the appropriate order regarding the subdivision of the plot from the competent authority.18 lakhs and O&M cost: 47. However. Detailed appraisal of the project will be done after the submission of the above said points. 2. overall development of the plot and the prescribed conditions thereof. The PP is directed to comply with the following observations: 1. Submit a detailed note on the order of HDH w. which is part of 79800 m2.r. as the project site is located at a distance of about 150 m from Mula-Mutha river. GoM.5 lakhs Operation Phase: Capital cost: 244. Environment Department. subdivision of the HDH plot has not yet taken place.

Tirupati Minerals & Metals (File No.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Tal. MIDC Butibori. 8 Subject: Environmental clearance for the proposed project known as "Fussion" at village Phanasgaon. SEAC / CR / TC2) (TOR case) The PP was absent. Chairman 44 . Item No. Rajiv P Kulkarni (File No. Dist. 9 Subject: TOR for the proposed Ferro Alloys industrial project at Plot No B-99. Tal. Nagpur by M/s. SEAC 2211 / CR-945 / TC2) (New case) The PP was absent. 2012 Item No. Hingana. Sindhudurg by M/s. Deogad. Dist.

D..22 6. Village. M.00 0. plant and machinery separately) Proposed mineral benefication industrial project M/s Vidhya Minerals & Processors MITCON Consultancy & Engineering Services Ltd New Project 2(b) • Total plot area (sq.Operative Expenses Working Capital Rs.06”N • Longitude : 80008’02. Tahsil-Tumsar. F-24. Gondia Industrial Area.C.Mundipar.Gondia by M/s Vidhya Minerals & Processors (File No.D. 10 Subject: TOR for the proposed industrial project at At Plot No. building. M. Village.00 0.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.C.00 3. m. Tahsil-Tumsar.I. 2012 Item No.Mundipar.Gondia • Elevation above Mean Sea Level: 315 meter Distance from Protected Areas / Critically Polluted PP has submitted that there are no Protected areas / Critically polluted areas / Eco-Sensitive areas/ inter-state boundaries within 10 Km radial area Chairman 45 . In Lacs 0. SEAC 2011/ CR-976/ TC2) The Project Proponent explained the proposal before the committee and committee noted project details furnished by the Project Proponent as: Name of the Project Project Proponent Consultant New Project / Expansion in existing project/ Modernization/ Diversification in exiting project Activity schedule in the EIA Notification Area Details Name of the Notified Industrial area / MIDC area Estimated capital cost of the Project (including cost for land. District.): 840 GONDIA MIDC Area Particulars Land Land Development Factory Building Plant & Machinery MSEB Deposits & Charges Pre..I. District. F-24. m. Gondia Industrial Area.33”E • Location : At Plot No.): 4200 • Built up area (Sq.00 15.53 0.25 Total 25 Location details of the project : • Latitude : 20028’20.

catalysts. Beneficiation In the factory premises roof top area will be determined and subsequently rain water harvesting potential will be calculated. However detailed design and engineering of the RWH system will be undertaken during implementation stage. Total water requirement: • Fresh water (CMD): 7 & Source: MIDC • Recycled water (CMD): 5 Use of the water: • Process (CMD): 2 • Cooling water (CMD): NA • DM Water (CMD): NA • Dust Suppression (CMD): 2 • Drinking (CMD): 0. 2012 areas / Eco-sensitive areas / inter-State boundaries Raw materials (including process chemicals. By products and Intermediate Products Main Products 1. Jigging 2. Manganese Oxide 3.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. & additives).8 • Green belt (CMD): 1 • Fire service (CMD): Nil Chairman 46 . Manganese Di-Oxide By-Products Intermediate Products Process details / manufacturing details Rain Water Harvesting (RWH) Total Water Requirement ‘Quantity (tonnes/ year) full productio n capacity Source of materials Means of transportation (Source to storage site) with justification Nearby Mines By Tarpaulin covered truck Existing (T/Year) Proposed Total activity (T/Year) (new/ modernization / expansion) (T/Year) 0 0 0 720 3000 1200 720 3000 1200 Nil Nil Nil The proposed project involves following processes 1.Ferro Manganese 2. Production details List of raw materials to be used ‘Physical and chemical nature of raw material Manganese Ore Lumps or 6000 fines Name of Products.

NOX.2 0.) • Others (CMD): 0.13 Nil Nil Concentration in flue gas will be 100 mg/Nm3 NA NA Stack emission Details: Plant Section & units Stack No.48 120 Chairman 47 .) Composition Fines MnO2 Solid waste generated in the form of tailings it is recycled in roasting furnace during reduction process for production of Manganese Oxide Sr. CO. As sewage generation is negligible NA as there is no effluent generation due to the proposed activity Source Qty (TPM) Process 50 (Tailings) Form (Sludge / Dry / Slurry etc.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. of rate in flue gas Emission (kg/hr) (g/sec) 1 2 3 SPM SO2 NOX Stack Stack Stack 4 CO Stack 0. 2012 Storm water drainage Sewage generation and treatment Effluent characteristic ETP details Note on ETP technology to be used Disposal of the ETP sludge (If applicable) Solid waste Management Atmospheric Emissions (Flue gas characteristics SPM. Height from ground level (m) Internal Diameter (Top)(m) Emission Rate (kg /hr) Temp. SO2.48 0.6 • Proposed treatment for the sewage : Septic tanks followed by Soak Pits • Capacity of the STP (CMD) (If applicable): NA.2 Proper storm water drainage line will be provided to maintain the natural flow of storm water • Amount of sewage generation (CMD) :0. etc. Pollutant Source Emission Concentration No. of Exhaus t Gases (0C) Roasting Furnace 1st 30 0.

(in µg/m3) 18 PM2. 1 2 3 % Sulphur Trace Proposed to be installed Wet Scrubber Septic tanks followed by Soak Pits Acoustic Enclosures will be provided 4 Solid Waste -It will be recycled in the reduction process O&M cost (With break up): 25 Thousand Air Water Noise Existing ---- Chairman 48 .5 60 8 SO2 80 10 NOX 80 12 Sr.): 1260 • Number and species of trees to be planted : 1000 Sr.3 TPD 0. • Green belt area (Sq. m. 2012 Ambient Air Quality Data Pollutant Permissible Standard µg/m3 PM10 100 Details of Fuel to be used: Proposed Conc.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. No Fuel Daily Consumption (TPD/KLD) Existing Proposed 1 Energy Green Belt Development Details of Pollution Control Systems: Environmental Management plan Budgetary Allocation Remarks Due to proposed activity there is slightly increase in pollution activity it will be mitigate by providing pollution control equipments such as wet scrubber & dust suppression method & by developing green belt around the factory and within the premises Calorific % value Ash (Kcals /kg) Fire --0.3 Wood • Source of fuel: Saw Mill • Mode of transportation of fuel to site: Tractor trolley Power supply: • Proposed power requirement: 100 KW • Power supply from MIDC.

r.e. 4. process flow sheet and other details. No. land.t. Chairman 49 . about 25 lakh and scale of operation is also low. pollution features) PP has submitted that there is no storage /use of Storage of chemicals (inflammable/explosive/h inflammable/explosive/hazardous/toxic substance in proposed project azardous/toxic substances) Decision: The case was discussed on the basis of the presentation made and documents submitted by the proponent. PP stated thatas the project is located in MIDC. Submit revised Form-I and prefeasibility report as the submitted Form-I does not contain adequate information. The project is of a very small budget i. soil. The PP is directed to comply with the following observations: 1. as the process involves thermal treatment and furnace operations. Submit the proposed air pollution control measures. 3. Submit a justification regading the categorization of the project under Category 2(b) of the EIA Notification. 2.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. 2012 Sr. All issues related to environment. Recurring Cost per annum (Rs Thousand) 10 4 2 5 1 2 3 4 Capital Cost (Rs Thousand) 55 10 5 15 Air Pollution Control Water Pollution Control Noise Pollution Control Environment Monitoring and Management 5 Reclamation ----borrow/mined area (If applicable) 6 Occupational Health 2 5 7 Green Belt 2 10 8 Solid waste management --Total 25 100 No. ecology and biodiversity and social aspects were discussed. water. 5. including air. there is likely to be a very minimal environmental impacts. Submit the plant layout with dimension. Submit the details of ash disposal. The total capital cost of project is 25 Lakhs only. PP informs that EIA Submitted (If yes proposed project will not have any significant environmental impact then submit the salient w.

Ltd. Dist. Thane.84 Crores Latitude: 19° 47’ 27. Aarti Industries Ltd. Tarapur.25 Crores Proposed : 8.01” N Longitude: 72° 43’ 27. Dist: Thane by M/s. 2012 Item No. Aarti Industries Ltd M/s Enviro Analysts & Engineers Pvt. 11 Subject: Environmental clearance for the proposed expansion of industrial project (Fluorinated Aromatic Chemicals) at L-5.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. L-5. L-8.04 Crores Total : 10. Potassium carbonate 190 2 60% dilute HF 90 Vessel made up of Storage in bags Storage in HDPE -carboy No of vessels Capacity - 50 mt Type Hazard of Class Hazard - - 25 mt R/C 8 Chairman 50 . MIDC. Boisar.L-9/1. (File No. Maharashtra Elevation above sea level : 51 ft above Mean Sea Level The existing industry is situated in notified MIDC. L-9/1 & L-8. SEAC 2011/ CR-678/ TC2) The Project Proponent explained the proposal before the committee and committee noted project details furnished by the Project Proponent as: Name of the Project Project Proponent Consultant New project/Expansion in existing project / Diversification in exiting project Type of project: Total plot Area: Estimated cost of the project : Location details of the project : Expansion of industrial project (Fluorinated Aromatic Chemicals) M/s.29 Crores EMP: 2. MIDC Industrial Area. & additives) : Sr Raw Material Storage Quantity 1. Expansion in existing project (Fluorinated Aromatic Chemicals) 5(f) Synthetic organic chemicals industry 7557 m2 Existing : 2.90” E Location: Plot No. Tarapur. catalysts. Distance from Protected Areas / Critically Polluted areas / Ecosensitive areas / inter-State boundaries Raw materials (including process chemicals.

Storage 55 in HDPE drum Storage 01 in fibre drum Existing Products: Sr.3-Dimethyl-5-chloro-420 pyrazolyl carboxylic acid chloride 120 21 1.1) &8 3(6.1) - - T 3(6.1) - 10 MT - - F 3 MT T 3 2.5 tetra chloro 17 nitrobenzene.4 di chloro nitro benzene 2.4.1) 3(6.1) 3(6.4 Di chloro fluoro benzene ( 2. 16 150 75 18 2.Dichloro benzonitrile 260 19 2.0 MT - 14 Caustic flakes 5 - 2 MT T/C 15 2.No.6.1) &8 3(6.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.3-Trichlorobenzene 22 Crude CFA 23 Crude 1.1) 3(6.3 Difluoro benzene 27 TMAC Production details 1 1 1 1 21 KL 17 KL 17 KL 11 KL T T T - 20 MT - - 15 MT T 1 T F 3(6.3 dichloro nitro benzene 115 10 Sulfolane 20 MS 4 11 Dimethyl sulfoxide 12 Mono chlorobenzene 15 20 1 1 13 PEG-400 4 - 1.4 Existing Qty MT/Month ----- Chairman 51 . 2012 3 4 5 6 Para nitro chloro benzene Ortho nitro chloro benzene 2.1) -- Material in bags Storage 30 in HDPE carboy.4.1) 3(6.3.5 trichloro nitro benzene.3. Name of Product 55 1 - 3(6. Nitrobenzene 75 2.1) 3 - 3(6.2.4 di nitro chloro benzene 250 100 210 120 10 MS MS MS SS316 Material in bags Material in bags MS 7 2.4 trichloro nitrobenzene 2.6-Difluorobenzonoitrile 100 1.5 trichloro pyridine 120 MS MS Storage in HDPE drum Material in bags Material in bags Material in bags Material in bags Material in bags Material in bags 6 KL 12 KL EACH 10 KL 10 KL - - T/C - - T - 15 MT - - - T - - T 8 9 2.3.

6 Dichloro fluoro benzene.fluoro benzene ( 2.6-Difluoro benzonitrile 200 11 2.3.4 di fluoro nitro benzene 2. 2. Total water Requirement: Existing = 35 m3/day Proposed = 65 m3/day Fresh water (CMD):100 & Source: MIDC.3 difluoro benzene 50 19 Ortho Difluoro benzene 50 20 3.5 Dust Suppression (CMD): Nil Drinking (CMD): 5.chloro nitro benzene.No.5 Fire Service (CMD):Nil Chairman 52 .6-Difluoro benzamide 100 12 1.6-Difluoro chlorobenzene 50 14 2.4 Fluoro nitrobenzene 25 21 Potassium fluoride 150 22 Technical salt ( KCL ) . 50 17 3-chloro. Tarapur Recycled water (CMD): Nil Use of Water: Process (CMD): Nil Cooling Water (CMD): 67.4fluoro aniline 25 18 1. 4 di fluoro 3.3-Difluoro chlorobenzene 50 15 2.6 DCFB ) Total Proposed Products: Sr.0 Green Belt(CMD): 2.4 di nitro fluoro benzene 2. 2012 DCFB ) 2 Meta di chloro benzene ( MDCB ) 3 1.3-Dimethyl-5-chloro -4-pyrazolyl 100 carboxylic acid fluoride 13 2.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.3-Dichloro fluorobenzene 50 16 2. Name of Product 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Water Budget ----------35 Proposed Qty MT/Month 200 75 150 100 75 50 25 50 50 Para fluoro nitro benzene Ortho fluoro notro benzene 2.3 Dichloro 2. 10 2.3 fluoro chloro nitro benzene 2. 5 dichloro nitrobenzene.4 tri fluoro nitrobenzene 2.4 di fluoro 5.5 Dichloro.3 difluoro 5-chloro pyridine 2.Byproduct 225 Note: Total production capacity per month is 250MT for any one product or for combination of all Products from No 1 to 20 as per above list.

The Collection tank has aeration grids provided for the proper mixing of the waste water. Natural water drainage pattern: MIDC Drains Quantity of storm water: N.0 2 TSS mg/l 247. 2012 Sewage and Waste water Storm Water Drainage Sewage Generation & Treatment Effluent Characteristics ETP Details Note on ETP technology to be used Others (CMD):Industrial: 25 Amount of sewage generation (CMD): Total Sewage Generation: 4.A. Size of SWD:N.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Sr.09 6.A • Amount of water send to the CETP(CMD): CETP.A.No.0 10 mg/l Grease 5 BOD mg/l 399.0 <100 mg/l 6 TDS mg/l 567.0 209.0 20.5 m3 capacity where pH of the effluent will be check.6 <250 mg/l 4 Oil & mg/l 37. • This effluent will be then taken into Primary Settling tank for Sludge Settling.4 440.6 42.5 m3/day Proposed treatment for the sewage : Soak pits and septic tanks Capacity of STP (CMD) if applicable: N.1 2100 mg/l • Amount of effluent generation (CMD): Total Industrial Effluent: 20 m3/day • Capacity of the ETP: Existing ETP capacity 50 m3/day • Amount of treated effluent recycled (CMD): N.Tarapur • Membership of the CETP (if require): if yes then attach the letter submit the letter : Yes • Effluent from the factory will be collected in the Collection tank by gravity drains. If pH of the effluent is alkaline then HCl will be added in the effluent for neutralization. If pH of the effluent is acidic then NaOH will be added in the effluent for neutralization. Filtrate of Chairman 53 . • From this chamber effluent will enter into Oil & Grease Trap where oil will be separated from the effluent. Parameters Unit Inlet Outlet Permissible Limits 1 PH 7.5-9. • Settled Sludge in the Primary Settling tank and Secondary settling tank will be removed & sent to Press Filter.A.5 m3/day Proposed treatment for the sewage : Soak pits and septic tanks Capacity of STP (CMD) if applicable: N. Amount of sewage generation (CMD): Total Sewage Generation: 4. • From Primary tank effluent will be taken into Neutralization Chamber of 7.75 5.0 100mg/l 3 COD mg/l 1320.A. • Oil free effluent will be then collected in to primary tank.2 105. • Alum will be added into the effluent for coagulation of suspended solids which will lead in the formation of flock in the effluent.

2 Collection.3 Collection.3 =412.12 2.3 Collection.6 MT 2 Process Residue 129 MT 150 MT 3 Empty 100 Nos containers/Drums 700 Nos 800 Nos 4 Gloves 300 Nos.9 Nil 3.Storage Transporation & Disposal to TSDF 33.2 Collection. Waste Oil 60 kgs 40 kgs 100 kgs 21 MT Hazardous Storage & waste Disposal Category 34.3 Collection. 2012 Solid waste generation & disposal Filter press will enter into Primary Settling tank.Storage Transporation & Disposal to TSDF Chairman 54 . 60 Nos. 360 Nos 5 Ash Generation 274 MT 263 MT 537 MT 6. • Dewatered sludge cake will be then sent to Mumbai Waste Management Ltd. • Overflow of the Secondary Settling tank will be filtered using Pressure Sand Filter & Activated Carbon Filter. Storage Transporation & Disposal to TSDF 20.Storage Transporation & Disposal to TSDF 5.Storage Transporation & Disposal to TSDF Collection.25 Total 9.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. • Filtered water will be then let out into CETP drains. consequently reducing BOD & COD of the effluent.3 Kg/M Say = 0. There it converts the organic compounds into minerals & water. • Clear overflow will go to bio-aeration tank.Storage Transporation & Disposal to TSDF 36.41 MT/M Hazardous waste genertion & disposal : Sr Type of Existing Hazardous Waste Quantity /Annum 1 ETP Sludge 0.0 KLD.9 Vermicomposting 2 Gardening 7.6 MT Additional Quantity / Annum -- Total Quantity /Annum 0.37 Vermicomposting 13. Sr Source Existing Proposed Total Disposal Quantity Quantity Quantity Kg/day Kg/day (Kg/day) 1 Domestic 3. • The quantity of wastewater to be treated is 20.

41 Boiler 1 17 0. NOx.31 0.2 Sox116oC 0.79 145oC Nox0. etc) Stack Emission Details: Emission Standard Ambient Air Quality Data Sr Pollutant Source of Emission Emission Concentration rate in flue gas (kg/hr) (µg/m3) 1 SPM Combined Stack 1. 2012 Atmospheric Emmissions (Flue gas characteristics SPM.41 Sox-1.51 0. SO2.0198 SPM1.85 145oC Generator Nox0.375 Nox0.76 SPM3.SO2. CO.0053 Pollutants Emission Proposed MPCB (SPM.11 138 Plant Stack Height Internal Emission Temp.288 2 SO2 Combined Stack 12.6 APC will be provided Chairman 55 .392 4 CO Combined Stack 0. Standard Limit Consent etc) Limit (mg/Nm3) (mg/Nm3) (mg/Nm3) SPM 60 µg/m3 -150 SO2 80 µg/m3 -43.88 148oC Nox0.61 Sox.0.2 kg/day NOx 80 µg/m3 -Not Specified Cl2 2 mg/m3 -03 Pollutant Permissible Proposed Remarks Standard Concentration (in µg/m3) SPM 60 µg/m3 66.020 3 NOx Combined Stack 0.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.016 Hot Air 1 17 0.079 SPM0.5 0. Section & No.2 Sox-0.49 0. from Diameter Rate (g/s) of units ground (Top) (m) Exhaust level Gases (m) Thermopac 1 26 0.0079 DG Set 1 7.053 SPM0.

5 1. blowers. Source: MSEB. Description Recurring Cost per Capital Cost Annum (lakhs) (lakhs) Air Pollution Control 1.m Number & Species existed: 30 Nos. 1 -80 µg/m3 80 µg/m3 2 mg/m3 -12. compressors & other machineries.m Proposed Green Belt Area: 600 sq. • Effluent Treatment Plant for treatment of industrial effluent generated. NAME NUMBER 1 Ficus religiosa (linn.24 Type of Fuel Existing Within Limit Within Limit Within Limit Within Limit Proposed Total Boiler (2TPH) 105 Lit/hr 15 Lit/hr 120 Lit/hr DG Set (250 80 Lit/hr 2 --80 Lit/hr KVA)) Thermo Pac 2400 100 2500 3 (8 lakh kcal) kg/day kg/day kg/day • Air Pollution Control System : 03 Nos of Scrubber will be provided • Water Pollution Control System :Sewage generated will be treated in Septic tanks & Soak pits & treated sewage will be used for green belt area. trees to be transplanted: N.8 27. 2012 Details of Fuel used: Source of Fuel : Mode of Transportation of fuel to site Details of pollution control system Energy Green Belt Development RPM SO2 NOx CO S. • Noise Pollution Control System : • Use of Acoustic Enclosures • Predictive maintenance of fans.0 10 Noise Pollution -1.0 Control Environmental 2. No.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Age and species of trees to be cut.A.0 2.0 10 Water Pollution Control 1. No. Jass) Neem 10 Tree 3 Environmental Management plan Budgetary Allocation Polyalthia Longifolia Ashoka 10 Total 30 Number. Existing: 400 KVA Proposed: 400 KVA The maximum demand of power is 800 KVA required Existing: 1 DG Sets of 250 KVA Proposed: Nil Existing Green Belt Area: 1900 sq. Sr.) Pipal 10 2 Azadirachta indica (A.0 Chairman 56 . Size.

Pam Village – 4-5 visits Details of the Secondary Data Collection (i. Chairman 57 . which is in the revision of the earlier version. 4.0 10 Green Belt 50. including air. the Committee could not assess the EIA report properly. Revise the EIA report by including common flora and domesticated fauna. 2. 7. NOC to accept treated wastewater by CETP. The Consultant has already been warned a few times to take care of such mistakes as such practices waste time of the entire committee.e. is free from inconsistencies and errors. The figures in the EIA report are without any titles or references in the text. Submit existing and proposed Green Belt development details.e. The PP is directed to comply with the following observations: 1. Total 600 trees may be planted based on the total green belt development plan. The Consultant/ PP shall ensure that the revised EIA Report. 2012 EIA details Monitoring & Management Occupational Health 5. Submit engineering drawings of existing and proposed plant layout.Boisar Tarapur Road. 5. It was also noted that the plant layout submitted was a sketch rather than an engineering drawing.0 1. Consent for water supply from MIDC. soil. Treated domestic effluent shall be connected to the MIDC’s domestic sewage line. land. Decision: The case was discussed on the basis of the presentation made and documents submitted by the proponent.Kolwade village. Use of septic tank and soak pit shall be avoided for the domestic effluent. Therefore. The Committee noted that the EIA report submitted contained many inconsistencies and errors. 3. number of visit etc): Project Site. water.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.50 284 Yes Period of data collected: March-May 2011 Details of the primary Data Collection (i.0 Solid Waste -250 Management Others ---Total 9. All issues related to environment. NOC to accept the additional hazardous waste by CHWTSDF. ecology and biodiversity and social aspects were discussed. Saravali Village. location of sample collection. 6. Boisar Railway Station. source & year of data)Year 2011.

building.46”N Longitude: 78° 58’15. plant and machinery separately) Location details of the project : 2. SEAC 2011/CR-824/TC-2) The Project Proponent explained the proposal before the committee and committee noted project details furnished by the Project Proponent as: Name of the Project Project Proponent Consultant New Project/ Expansion in existing project/ diversification in exiting project Area Details M/s. Butibori. Aahi Chemicals (File No. Nagpur by M/s. M/s. K-22.): 2292. Proposed Organic Chemical Unit Mr. Aahi Chemicals. MIDC Butibori. MIDC.92 Crores Latitude: 20° 56’19. Plot No. New Project Total plot area (sq. Tushar Garg. 12 Subject: Environmental clearance for the proposed Organic Chemical Unit at plot No.m. K-22. There are three Reserved Forest as given below: protected Bidsekli – 5-6 kms areas/Critically polluted area/Eco Junpani.8-9 kms Dongargaon-5-6kms sensitive areas/Inter State boundaries Chairman 58 . Elevation above sea level : 897 ft above Mean Sea Level Distance from The Proposed industry will plan in notified MIDC Butibori. Aahi Chemicals.m. Enviro Analyst & Engineers Pvt.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.532 the Butibori MIDC. MIDC. Nagpur. M/s. Nagpur Name of Notified Industrial area/ MIDC area Estimated cost of the project : (Pl quote estimation clearly specifying cost for land. Nagpur.): 604. Ltd.5 Built up area (sq. 2012 Item No. Butibori.08”E Location: Plot No. K-22.

I.000 Total Water Total water Requirement: Requirement • Fresh water (CMD): 34.D.80 Total 2. Mumbai. etc.2 (July/ Aug) 103. Butibori • Recycled water (CMD): Nil Use of Water: • Process (CMD): 17 • Cooling Water (CMD): 15 • Dust Suppression (CMD): Nil Chairman 59 . Proposed activity (new/ modernization/expansion) 18000 MT/A 2 Area m *Co- New Activity Max. Kolkatta. 2012 Raw Materials (including process chemicals.21 0.2 (July/ Aug) 142.43 Green Belt Area 756. Byproducts and Intermediate Products Formaldehyde Sr Description G.F.C. Butibori Proposed (T/year) Means of transportation (Source to storage site) with justification By Road Tankers Through pipe line By Road Arora mahhey Ltd. catalysts & additives) List of Raw Materials to be Used Methanol Water Silver Catalyst Production Details Rain Water Harvesting (RWH) Quantity (tones/year) full production capacity Source of materials 9000 MT/Annum 12410 m3/Annum 120 Kg/Annum Name of Products.61 890. (1m X 1m X 1m) • Budgetory Allocation Capital cost :1.04 367.C.C.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. M.F.63 0.08 • Level of Ground Water Table : -• Size and no of RWH tanks and Quantity :-• Location of the RWH tanks : -• Size nos. R.0 & Source: MIDC. Maruti Gujarat. Gujrat.0 lac and O&m cost: 40.222.N.90 0. Rain Total (T/Year) 18000 MT/A Volume (m3/Day) 1 Terrace Area 2 Road & 575.2 (July/ Aug) 121.36 Open spaces 3 0.52 0.80 0. Of recharge pits and Quantity : 01 No.

No industrial effluent generation Amount of effluent generation (CMD): Nil Capacity of the ETP: N.000017 4 CO Boiler 0.A.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.A.A.No.007056 0. of Section & from Diameter Rate Exhaust units ground (Top) (m) Gases level (m) Boiler 1 15 250 mm -150oC Pollutant Permissible Proposed Remarks Standard Concentration (in µg/m3) SPM 60 µg/m3 0. Type of Fuel Proposed (Kcal/gms) % Ash % Sulphur Chairman 60 .A Amount of water send to the CETP(CMD): N.000016 3 NOx Boiler 0. etc) Stack Emission Details: Ambient Air Quality Data Details of Fuel used: Source of Fuel : Mode of Transportation of fuel to site • • • • • • • Drinking (CMD): 1.000360 0.0 Green Belt(CMD):1. Sr. SO2. CO.A Membership of the CETP (if require): if yes then attach the letter submit the letter : N.000278 5 Others N. 2012 Storm Water Drainage Sewage Generation Treatment & Effluent Characteristics ETP Details Atmospheric Emissions (Flue gas characteristics SPM. Amount of treated effluent recycled (CMD): N. Plant Stack No.022 Within Limit NOx 80 µg/m3 0.75 Proposed treatment for the sewage : Soak pits & Septic tanks Capacity of STP (CMD) if applicable: N.000066 2 SO2 Boiler 0. N.288 Within Limit RPM ---SO2 80 µg/m3 0.436 Within Limit CO 2 mg/m3 0.A.483 Within Limit • • • • • Calorific Value S.A.008640 0. Height Internal Emission Temp.005184 0. N. No. Pollutant Source of Emission rate Concentration in Emission (kg/hr) flue gas (g/m3) 1 SPM Boiler 0.0 Fire Service (CMD):Nil Others (CMD):Nil Natural water drainage pattern: MIDC Drains Quantity of storm water: NA Size of SWD: NA • • • Amount of sewage generation (CMD): 0. NOx.A.

Use of septic tank and soak pit shall be avoided for domestic effluent. Plant 75 trees in the Green Belt area as communicated in the presentation. trees to be transplanted: Nil Energy Decision: The case was discussed on the basis of the presentation made and documents submitted by the proponent. 4. 3. 2012 1 Biomass i. Treated domestic effluent shall be connected to the MIDC’s domestic sewage line. Peanut shell with binder (Boiler) 2 Diesel (DG set) 400 Lit/week 0. 2. No.A.52 sq. Development Sr.75 T/M 3800 -4200 k cal/kg 8% - - - - Power Supply Existing Power Requirement: N. land. All issues related to environment. The Committee noted that the plant layout submitted was a sketch rather than an engineering drawing. The meteorological data presented during the appraisal and mentioned in the EIA report are erronous. Size. ecology and biodiversity and social aspects were discussed.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Proposed Power Requirement: 221 HP DG Sets Number and capacity DG sets to be used (proposed): Proposed 01 No.m Number & Species to be planted: 38 Nos. The presentation shall be corrected accordingly and such mistakes shall be avoided in future as the Consultant is already warned in the past on such issues. water. soil. The PP is directed to comply with the following observations: 1. including air.e. Details of Rain Water Harvesting system supported by geotechnical data and large scale drawing. Green Belt Green Belt Area: 756. Submit engineering drawings of existing and proposed plant layout. NAME NUMBER 1 Ficus religiosa 05 2 Azadirachta indica 10 3 Melia azadiracta 12 4 Delonix regia 06 5 Peltophorum pterocarpum 05 Total 38 Number. Age and species of trees to be cut. of DG set capacity 200 KVA will be used as back up for emergency Details of Non-Conventional renewable energy proposed to be used: All internal common area are proposed to work on high energy efficient lamps (CFL). Chairman 61 .

0 FSI area (sq. 25. Hagwood Commercial Developers Pvt.: 13 Subject: Environmental clearance for Setting up “Prozone Liberty (earlier called Nagpur Festival City)” at village Chinchbhuwan.29 sq.86 sq. m .) 64792. Ltd.242. m.2) The Project Proponent explained the proposal before the committee and committee noted project details furnished by the Project Proponent as: Name of the Project Project Proponent Consultant Location of the project Type of Project Category Whether in Corporation / Municipal / other area Total Plot Area (sq.734. m (Phase-I) Deductions: 14. (File No. Maharashtra Construction Project 8(a) B2 Nagpur Municipal Corporation Total Plot Area: 73.57 sq.20.) 1.00 m 9.58 sq. Ltd Pollution and Ecology Control Services The site is located at S.32 % Rs 231 Cr 6 Nos: B + ST + 14 upper Floor Tenements : 616 Nos 3080 Nos 85/ha 48.): 55. Nagpur. m.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. No.) Permissible FSI (including TDR etc.30.0 m 30.421/TC.) Proposed Built-up Area (FSI & Non-FSI) Ground-coverage Percentage (%) Estimated cost of the project No. 2012 Item No.0 m Dry season: • Fresh water (CMD): 278 • Recycled water (CMD): 197 & Source: NMC Chairman 62 . of building & its configuration(s) Number of tenants and shops Number of expected residents / users Tenant density per hector Height of the building(s) Right of way (Width of the road) Turning radius for easy access of fire tender movement from all around the building excluding the width for the plantation Total Water Requirement “Prozone Liberty (earlier called Nagpur Festival City)” M/s Hagwood Commercial Developers Pvt. m Net Plot area: 58. District Nagpur by M/s. 2. 29. m. m.683. m Total BUA area (sq. Mouza Chinchabuvan.m Non FSI area (sq.58 sq.m 26.450.00 sq .417.: SEAC 2010/CR.

83 sq.) :11.0 MT • Disposal of the construction way debris: Low lying area of site/NMC approved site Waste generation in the operation Phase: • Dry waste (Kg/day): 590 • Wet waste (Kg/day): 580 • Hazardous waste (Kg/month): 6. Size (3 x 3 x 3) m Basement Natural water drainage pattern : Yes Quantity of storm water : 26 cum/hr Size of SWD : 600 x 800 m Sewage generation (CMD) : 335 STP technology : MBBR Capacity of STP (CMD) 350 Location of the STP : Ground DG sets (during emergency) : Yes Waste generation in the Pre Construction and Construction phase: • Waste generation : 1-2 MT/day • Quantity of the top soil to be preserved: approx 2. m. 2012 Rain Water Harvesting (RWH) UGT tanks Storm water drainage Sewage and Waste water Solid waste Management Green Belt Development • Total Water Requirement (CMD): 475 • Swimming pool make up (Cum): 5 • Fire fighting (Cum):05 Wet Season: • Fresh water (CMD): 278 & Source: NMC • Recycled water (CMD): 197 • Total Water Requirement (CMD): 475 CMD • Swimming pool make up (CMD): 05 • Fire fighting (CMD):05 Level of the Ground water table : 10-12 m Size and no of RWH tank(s) and Quantity : 2 No 50 cum each Location of the RWH tank(s) : Basement Size.012. m) Total RG area: 11.68 sq.012. no of recharge pits and Quantity : 04No.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.68 Plantation: List of trees species to be planted in the ground RG: Chairman 63 .0 • STP Sludge (Dry sludge) (Kg/day): 40 Mode of Disposal of waste: •Dry waste: Segregated/Sale/Collected by local authority •Wet waste: Composting through OWC & used at site/ handed over to local as manure •Hazardous waste: MPCB authorized vendor • STP Sludge (Dry sludge): Manure Area requirement: Ground (55. m RG area under green belt: RG on the ground (sq.

land. Small capacity transformers having low no load and load losses. ecology and Chairman 64 .50 sq.0 m Construction phase: Capital Cost: 5 lakhs and O&M cost: 1. m 2-Wheelar : 500 4-Wheeler :1067 No Width of all Internal roads (m): 6.0 & 9.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. water. Selection of Energy efficient equipments (BEE STAR RATED Detail calculations & % of saving : 12 % Nos. soil. 2012 Tree Common Name Bahava Bakul Parijatak Energy Traffic Management Environmental Management plan Budgetary Allocation Scientific name Cassia fistula Mimusops elengi Nyctanthes arbor-tristis Lagerstroemia flosTamhan regineae Kunti Murraya paniculata Sita Ashok Saraca asoka Shivan Gmelina arborea Apta Bauhinia racemosa Neem Azadirachta indica Kate sawar Bombax ceiba Pangara Erythrina indica Palas / Flame of the forest Butea monosperma Fish tail palm Caryota urens Power supply: • Maximum demand : 4500 KVA • Connected load : 11100 KVA • Source : MSEDCL Energy saving by non-conventional method: Light fixtures will be used with energy saving CFL & T5 fluorescent tube with electronic chocks. of the junction to the main road & design of confluence : two Parking details: Number and area of basement : 01 Area per car 27. Use of Solar energy for street & landscape lightings. All issues related to environment.10 lakhs Operation phase: Capital Cost: 89 lakhs and O&M cost: 15 lakhs Decision: The case was discussed on the basis of the presentation made and documents submitted by the proponent. including air.

8. the applicability of assumed FSI may be questionable.86 m2. Superstructure staircase shall not be directly taken into basements. it is desirable to dispense off the provision of pond and PP is advised to construct a sewage line up to the existing municipal sewage line. In case these are not constructed by planning authorities within the scheduled time scale. Total 550 nos of trees to be planted along periphery of plot as well as in the central landscaping area. Power house shall be shifted suitably. 13.417. Submit the consent for water supply from a competent authority. 16. PP is considering an FSI of 2 interpreting the statement N-2. Refuge area shall be strategically located so as to be accessable to all tenements. 5. The obstructions coming in fire tender movement such as STP. Submit an undertaking to provide adequate RG for the planned commercial project in PhaseII as the PP has already provided full RG in the present residential project. 9. However. Provide cutouts in the building length for ease of fire engine movement. PP has proposed a pond for storing 5 million ltr treated wastewater during rainy season. considering the safety and water quality aspects. 2012 biodiversity and social aspects were discussed. The proposal is for residential project as Phase-I in a commercial zone with plot area of 73. Septic tank and soak pit to club house shall be avoided and the wastewater shall be treated in the STP proposed. This FSI is applicable for a mixed project of residential and commercial. Submit RWH calculations withhydrogeological and geotechnical details. Details of the same shall be submitted. 2. Submit details of car parking proposed. However. If not EC will not be issued until DP roads are constructed. Submit the consent for water supply from a competent authority indicating the required quantity. 14. 11. 3. Therefore. 4. 7. Submit details of compliance to ECBC / BEE guidelines. Relocate the UG tank for domestic water away from the UG tank for treated waste water / flushing water. However. 15. 10.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.5 km from the airport. The PP is directed to comply with the following observations: 1. 6. Chairman 65 . 12. Phase-I is only for residential. PP may get a clarification on this matter from a competent authority.7 (C) from NMC-DCR. It was noted that the project partially falls in the flying funnel of the airport and is located about 1. the PP has received permission for 48 m building height from the Airport authority. Submit the ventilation and lightening scheme for the basements. Submit an undertaking to construt the proposed DP roads of 18 m and 30 m width on their own cost.

97 at Borhatewadi. Sr. Convenient Shopping 1 & 2 : Ground Total tenants: 416 nos.79 m2 30533. B1 to B5. SEAC-2011/CR-979/TC-2) The Project Proponent explained the proposal before the committee and committee noted project details furnished by the Project Proponent as: Name of the Project Project Proponent Consultant Location of the project Type of Project Category Location of the Project Whether in Corporation/ Municipal/other area Applicability of the DCR Total Plot Area Deductions Net Plot area Net Permissible FSI Proposed Built up area (FSI & Non FSI) Ground-coverage Percentage (%) Estimated cost of the project No. Maharashtra by M/s. of Buildings = 9 nos. Maharashtra. Saitech Research & Development Organization In association With M/s.97 at Borhatewadi. Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation [PCMC] Yes. No. of buildings & its configurations Number of tenants and shops Number of expected residents / users Tenant density per hector Height of the building Right of way (Width of the road from the nearest fire “Residential Project” by M/s. Pune. No. Pune. Pune.97 at Borhatewadi. Maharashtra Construction project 8(a) B2 Sr. Village Moshi.26 m2 24548. No. 2012 Item No.Total Nos. C1 & C2) : P + 12 Floors Commercial: Total Nos. Residential Population: 2080 persons Commercial Population : 45 Persons Total Population: 2125 persons 190 per hector 39. Kumar Company (File No.21 m2 20757. Total Shops: 15 Nos. 57 Crores (Approx) Residential: . A2. ( A1.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Kumar Company M/S. 14 Subject: Environmental clearance for “Residential Project” at Sr. of Buildings = 2 nos. Village Moshi. As per PCMC DCR 21900 m2 1142. Village Moshi. SMS Envocare Ltd.45 m Two adjacent to side DP road 24 m wide and 18 M Wide Chairman 66 .39 m2 53938. Kumar Company M/s.65m2 Rs.25 m2 FSI area Non FSI area Total BUA area 34 % 29390.

no of recharge pits and Quantity : Size of the recharge pit = 2 m x 2 m x 0. 75 Lakhs O & M Cost per Annum: Rs.15 Lakhs Size of SWD: Appropriate size of storm water drainage channels will be provided. • Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) Capital Cost: 3. 10 Lakhs Waste generation in the Pre Construction & Construction phase: Chairman 67 .0 m No existing structure present on proposed site No .Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.5 Lakhs O & M Cost per Annum: 0. 2012 station to the proposed building(s)) Turning radius for easy access of fire tender movement from all around the building excluding the width for the plantation Existing structure Details of the demolition with disposal (If applicable) Total Water Requirement Rain Water Harvesting (RWH) Storm water drainage Sewage and Waste water Solid waste Management 9. Sewage generation : 283 m3/day STP technology : -FAB Capacity of STP : 290 m3/day Location of the STP : Ground DG sets (during emergency) : 1 X 320 KVA Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) : Capital Cost: Rs.9 m No of recharge pit proposed = 14 Nos. The project does not involve any demolition work Dry season: Source: Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation [PCMC] Fresh water : 209 m3/day Recycled water (Flushing) : 74 m3/day Recycled water (Gardening) : 29 m3/day Total Water Requirement : 312 m3/day Swimming pool make up : NA Fire fighting : 200 m3 Excess treated water : 166 m3/day Wet Season: Source : Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation [PCMC] Fresh water : 209 m3/day Recycled water (Flushing) : 74 m3/day Recycled water (Gardening) : Nil Total Water Requirement : 283 m3/day Swimming pool make up : NA Fire fighting : 200 m3 Excess treated water : 195 m3/day • Level of the Ground water table : 3 m • Size.

Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. kadamba 5 Nycanthes 3. Name C/C Dist Quantity No.100 m2 Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) Capital Cost : 8 Lakhs O & M Cost: 3 Lakhs/Annum RG area under green belt: RG on the ground : 2358.5 m C/C 31 nos. Location(s) : On Ground 2. STP Sludge (Dry sludge) : 4. Chairman 68 . secondary concrete. Some quantity of Excavation soil will be use for backfilling and remaining will be hand over to authorized vendor. Waste generation in the operation Phase: Dry waste : 474 kg/day Wet waste : 474 kg/day E – waste : very less amount Hazardous waste: spent oil or oil grease for DG sets paints etc. 2012 Green Belt Development Waste generation : 25 kg /day Disposal of the construction way debris: Construction debris. below roads.5 kg/day Mode of Disposal of waste: Dry waste : Handed over to authorized recycler for further handling and disposal Wet waste: Will be converted to compost using Organic Waste Processor [OWP] model no.02 m2 RG on the podium: 2577.44 m2 Plantation: List of Proposed Trees on Ground: Sr. 1 Alistonea scholaris 4 m C/C 43 nos.5 m C/C 08 nos. EPL 500 E – waste : Handed over to authorized Vendor Hazardous waste : Handed over to authorized Vendor Biomedical waste (If applicable) : Not Applicable STP Sludge (Dry sludge) : Will be used as manure for gardening Area requirement: 1. Total area provided for the storage & Treatment of the solid waste : For EPL 500 . Waste concrete and broken bricks will be utilized in low-land leveling. 2 Bauhinia purpurea 5 m C/C 04 nos. (Bakul) 4 Anthocephalus 4 m C/C 10 nos. 3 Mimosops elengii 4 m C/C 04 nos. arbortristics (Parijatak) 6 Michelia champaka 3.

13 0.75 m C/C 55.34 152.3 0.45 m C/C 48.45 m C/C 0. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Name Hymenocallis littoralis (Spider Lily) Tabernaemontana coronaria (Tagar Variegated) Hedychium coronarium (Sontakka) Plumbago capensis Nerium oleander single pink Nerium oleander red Nerium oleander dwarf Hibiscus red Ixora red hybrid Allamanda dwarf Cestrum nocturnum (Raatrani) Tabernaemontana coronaria single (Tagar) Caesalpinea pulcherrima Thevetia Wadelia trilobata C/C Distance 0.42 29. 4 m C/C 5 m C/C 18 nos.3 m C/C 0.45 m C/C 0. 26 nos. List of proposed Shrubs on Ground: Sr.45 m C/C 45.45 m C/C 20. 2012 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Total Lagerstroemia flos regina Dillenia indica Azardirachta indica (Neem) Plumeria alba Millingtonea hortensis Putranjiva Cassia fistula 5 m C/C 02 nos.3 20. 3 m C/C 3 m C/C 42 nos.4 0.8 44.16 0.23 59 0.45 m C/C 146. 4 m C/C 5 m C/C 22 nos. 227 Nos.45m C/C 56.75 List of proposed Shrubs on Podium: Chairman 69 .5 0.23 m /C 20.45 m C/C 65 52.6 m C/C 0. 10 nos.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.19 0.3 m C/C Area m2 0.45 m C/C 0. No.3 471.45 m C/C 0. 07 Nos.

45 m C/C 2 m C/C 0.45m C/C 0.3 m C/C 81.3 9.45 m C/C 0. No.5 0.45m C/C 8.3 m C/C 17.45m C/C 251. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Name Hymenocallis littoralis (Spider Lily) Tabernaemontana coronaria (Tagar Variegated) Hedychium coronarium (Sontakka) Plumbago capensis Nerium oleander dwarf Nerium oleander single red Tecoma capensis Tecoma gaudi chaudi Golden bamboo Jasminum sambac motia (Mogra) Myena erecta Plumera pudica Gardenia jasminoides (Kunda) Lantana red Allamanda dwarf Ocinum sanctum (Tulsi) Hibiscus red Tabernaemontana coronaria (Tagar Single) Aloevera Thevetia Crossandra (Aboli) C/C Distance 0.3 0.6 m C/C 0.45 99. 2 Nos.26 25 0.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. No.3 m C/C 0. 11 nos.45m C/C 53 0.8 15.45m C/C 21.7 10.3 m C/C 15 11.3 m C/C Area m2 0.45m C/C 0.1 27.45 m C/C 27 20.3 0.47 0.3 m C/C 0.9 List of Existing Trees: Sr.71 18.1 7. 3 Nos.3 m C/C 0.41 0.8 0.3 m C/C 19. Common Name 1 Neem 2 Babhul 3 Subabhul 4 Sonchapha Total Budgetary allocation : Height 3M 3M 2M 2M Nos.75 68.45 m C/C 2 m C/C 0.5 37. 2012 Sr. 1 Nos 17 Nos Chairman 70 .

x 320 KVA 5 Transformer 4 nos. 2012 Energy Capital Cost : 50 Lakhs O & M Cost : 5 Lakh/annum Power supply: Sr.1.staring Energy Efficient pumping High efficiency LED/CFL light for street light in place of Metal Halide Solar water heating system to Common Toilet of each flat.63 Lakhs O & M Cost: Rs. Demand Load Connected Load 2236 KVA 3422.5 Lakhs/Annum DG Set: During Construction Phase : 1 nos. x 630 KVA 6 Fuel used HSD Energy saving measures Common area lighting with CFL lamp All lifts will be soft . Power Requirement 1 Source of power supply :Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Ltd. X 320 KVA Type of fuel used : HSD Parking Statement 2 Ten. Budgetary allocation: Capital Cost: Rs.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. 83. having carpet area 80 to 150 sq. having carpet area 40 to 80 sq.88 sq. For 338 Tenements 1 Ten. m. X 80 KVA During Operational phase: Residential: . For 94 Tenements For 100 sq.1 no. 2 During Construction Phase a) Demand Load 60 KW During Operation Phase.m Carpet Area For 309.25 KVA 3 Traffic Management 4 DG set as Power Back – up during operation phase 1 no.m.m Provided Provided Provided Car Scooter Cycle 01 04 04 169 01 676 04 676 04 94 02 376 06 376 02 06 18 06 Chairman 71 .

00 1. 2012 Total Sr.m 3. Submit details of compliance to ECBC / BEE guidelines. soil.13 lakhs O&M cost: 30. All issues related to environment.50 sq.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.00 sq. land. 1 2 3 Total Environmental Management plan Budgetary Allocation 269 Vehicle No. 4. Chairman 72 . at least on one side.40 sq.m 3362. Relocate UGT.70 sq. preferably with 9 m wide road. ecology and biodiversity and social aspects were discussed. 2.m Width of all Internal roads (m): 6 m Wide Construction Phase: 7. Submit the consent for water supply for the required quantity from the competent authority. including air. Submit RWH calculations with hydrogeological. No.65 lakhs / annum Decision: The case was discussed on the basis of the presentation made and documents submitted by the proponent. The PP is directed to comply with the following observations: 1. of Vehicle 269 1070 Car 2 Wheeler Cycle 1058 1070 1058 Area/Vehicle Total Area 12.20 8053. water. 3. STP and Transformer etc so as to facilitate the easy movement of fire tender.50 3210.5 lakhs Operation Phase: Capital cost: 240. geotechnical details and large scale drawings.m 1481.

Solapur by M/s. 15 Subject: Environmental clearance for the proposed expansion of sugar unit from 3500 TCD 8500 TCD at Gat No. 5 (j) Sugar Industry 70.75”E Chairman 73 .417.078 Cr. Vitthalrao Shinde SSK Ltd.417. Vitthalrao Shinde SSK Ltd.418. M/s. Total: 102.50 Cr.0 MW is obtained.0 Hectares.0 Hectares. (File No. Land: 1. Yes. The.419 Gangamainagar. Latitude : 18002’57.078 Crores. Pimpalner Talika Madha dist Solapur.418. 3. Miscellaneous: 2. enclose a copy with compliance table) Type of Project Total plot Area : Built up Area : Notified Industrial Area/ Estate: EIA Submitted? Estimated cost of The project : Location details of The project : Proposed expansion of sugar unit from 3500 TCD 8500 TCD M/s. Building Structure: 15. Madha Dist.849/ TC2) The Project Proponent explained the proposal before the committee and committee noted project details furnished by the Project Proponent as: Name of the Project Project Proponent Consultant New project/Expansion in existing project / Diversification in exiting project Previous Considerations If expansion / Diversification. SEAC 2010/CR. Whether environmental clearance has been obtained for existing project (If yes. Plant & Machinery: 83. 57th SEAC Meeting held on 21st June 2012 Environmental Clearance for Cogeneration unit of 30.5 Cr.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.419. Village Pimpalner. 2012 Item No. Saitech Research and Development Gat No. 415. 415.70”N Longitude : 75015’11.0 Cr.

2012 Elevation above Mean Sea Level (metres): 551 Meters Nature of terrain (hilly. on an average. List of raw Materials to Be used Sugarcane Lime Phosphoric acid Lubricants Washing Soda Caustic soda Production Profile ‘ Physical and chemical nature of raw material Soild Solid alkali Solid acid Oil grease Solid alkali ‘Quantity (tonnes / month) full Production capacity Means of Transportation (Source to storage site ) with Justification 5000 MT/day 300 MT/month 4. sandy loam etc.): clayey Ground water table levels (Pre & post monsoon): 80 M 50 M.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. & additives) No Eco sensitive area or polluted areas or interstate boundary within 10 km area as informed by PP. plain.: Plain Nature of Soil (sandy.0 MT/month Trucks . Existing Proposed Byproducts and activity Intermediate (new / Products modernizatio n/ expansion) A. By-product Products Existing Proposed consented additional capacitycapacityMT/M MT/M Sugar 14490 18000 Molasses 5040 6000 Bagasse 37800 52500 Pressmud 5040 6000 Tanker Trucks Trucks Trucks Trucks Total Total capacity after proposed ExpansionMT/M 32490 11040 90300 11040 Chairman 74 . Costal plains etc. valley.007 Kg/100 powder Qtl cane Boiler Liquids 0. Distance from Protected Areas / Critically Polluted areas / Eco-sensitive areas / inter-State boundaries Raw materials (including process chemicals.016 Kg/100 Qtl cane Solid alkali 0.Main Products B.Tractor Trucks Trucks 3. clayey.127 Kg/100 Chemicals Qtl cane Name of products.2 MT/month 0.220 Kg/100 Qtl cane Bleaching Liquid 0. catalysts.

0 BOD < 30 ppm COD < 100 ppm Solid waste Management : Green Belt Development Details of Fuel used: Source of fuel : Mode of Transporation of Source Effluent Standard limit ( PI mention Industry specific standard ) Qty (TPM) 5. of trees.0 Proposed Limit pH : 7.River/ Groundwater/ Industrial Area (if groundwater. (All details like recharge pits. COD.850 M3/day Source:.Total water required :. Commitment letter to be obtained from Central /State Ground water authorities) Quantity of recycled water : (m3/ day) Total Water Requirement : Process : 500 M3/day Cooling water: 275 M3/day DM Water : 25 M3/day Others:50 M3/day Total Effluent generation : Domestic Effluent : Quantity & Disposal : 40 M3/day agricultural and gardening Trade Effluent : Quantity & Disposal : If discharge in CETP then Membership letter required Capacity of STP : Capacity of ETP : 1600 M3/day Physico. Fuel Daily Consumption Calorific % % (TPD/KLD) Value Ash Sulph ur Existing Proposed Kcals / Kg Other 1800 840 2200 1 % 0.0 1.0 lakh liter. Water supply . with plant speciesNumber trees being cut/ replanted or compensated. proposed nos. of trees .04% Chairman 75 .0 BOD < 30 ppm COD < 100 ppm Composition MPCB Consent pH : 7. mtr.11200 existing proposed tree plantation of about 16000 trees.120000. 2012 Water Conservation Sewage and Waste Water Rain Water Harvesting (RWH) . BOD.chemical analysis of treated water to be used in project: Point of final discharge (Quantity discharged in m3/day): About 30 acres agricultural land of karkhana Effluent Dischrage : Parameters (Ph. ) pH : 7.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. storage tank capacity etc ) Roof top rain water harvesting along with storage tank of 4. etc.0 BOD < 30 ppm COD < 100 ppm ETP ETP sludge Oily Sludge Used Oil Green belt area : Area in Sq. Existing nos.

5 ug/m3 80.34 140 gm/s Proposed to be installed ESP ETP with anaerobic followed by aerobic system with sand and carbon filter.0 3. SO2 etc) SPM S02 Pollutants Bagasse Bagasse 65. Source of Power Present ( in existing ) 8.0 30.6 Existing ESP / DUST COLLECTOR ETP Consisting of primary treatment.024 28.0 59.33 140 gm/s 3.0 MVA DG Sets : 500 KVA Chairman 76 .0 3.063 gm/NM3 0.2 12.of Rate Exhaust Gases 8.0 MVA Proposed: 2.1 gm/NM3 0.) 3 PM 10 ug/m 120.0 82.045 gm/NM3 0.0 Internal Diameter (Top)(m) Stack emission Details : Details of Pollution Control Systems Boiler existing Proposed Boiler Item Air Water Noise Solid Waste Emission Standard Ambient Air Quality Data Energy Pollutants (SPM.0 PM 2.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Proposed noise friendly machines Fly ash Sale to Brick manufacturers/Composting Fly ash Sale to Brick manufacturers /Composting Emission Proposed Standard Limit Limit ( mg/Nm3 ) ( mg/ Nm3) 150 Mg/Nm3 100 Mg/Nm3 Permissible Standard MPCB Consent ( mg/Nm3) 100 Mg/Nm3 Proposed Concentration (in µg/m3. 2012 Fuel to site (PL specify) Atmospheric Emissions Pollutant Source of Emission Emission rate (kg/hr ) SPM SO2 NOX CO Plant Section & units Stack Stack Stack Stack Height from ground level (m) 12.0 7.0 3 Nox ug/m 80.0 CO ppm 2000 240 Total Power Requirement (MW ) .0 SO2 ug/m3 80. Lubricating systems Concentration in flue as ( g/m3 ) 0.2 85.0 26. secondary treatment.083 gm/NM3 Emission Temp.

Decision: The case was discussed on the basis of the presentation made and documents submitted by the proponent. Saitech Research and Development. Submit RWH and Storm Water Design calculations and details along with hydrogeological and geotechnical data.0 Lakh 35. land. Submit details of existing and proposed green belt area and plantation ( no. disposal and copy of agreement made with brick manufacturing units for lifting the flyash.50 Date of Advertisement : 11/02/2012 Newspapers in which the advertisement appeared (With copies ) Date of Hearing: 12/03/2012 Panel Present: Addl collector Soalpur. Saitech Research and Development. ecology and biodiversity and social aspects were discussed. 3.0 Control 3.0 8.0 Total 102.0 1.50 Control 4. Submit an explanatory note on the exceedance of noise level observed at some.0 ---Monitoring and Management 5. Noise Pollution 0. Note on compliance of various concerns raised in the public hearing conducted. SEAC decided to recommend the proposal for Environmental Clearance only after complying with the following conditions: 1. including air. 2. All issues related to environment. of plants per species). No. Therefore. Chairman 77 .Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. they are yet to be accredited by QCI. soil. water.0 Lakh Water Pollution 450. Environment 7. they had handed over the project to M/s. Reclamation NA NA borrow / mined area 6.0 7. Occupational Health 5. 4. The case was presented by the accredited consultant M/s.0 35. Capital Cost Air Pollution Control 600.10 1. Although the EIA studies were conducted by M/s Yogiraja Industrial Consultants.10 1086. Green Belt 5. 5. The discrepancies in flora and fauna in the EIA report be corrected by including domesticated flora and fauna in 10 km radius around the plant. Recurring Cost Per amount 30. 2. Regional officer MPCB Pune. Others (Pl. Submit details of fly ash generation. Specify ) 20. Convener SRO MPCB Solapur. 2012 Environmental Management plan Budgetary Allocation Public Hearing details Sr.

01 21422.I.42 19453.) 32489. Saitech Research and Development At S.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Pune.75 Nos. Ltd. 2012 Item No. SEAC-2011/CR-979/TC-2) The Project Proponent explained the proposal before the committee and committee noted project details furnished by the Project Proponent as: Name of the Project Project Proponent Consultant Location of the project Type of Project Note on the initiated work PICADILLY M/s Kumar Agro Products Pvt.H. Ltd. 2407 nos.16 m2 Proposed Built-up Area (FSI & Non.No. A. 110/3 (P) & 110/4/1 (P) At Wakad.00 4877.FSI area (m2) FSI) Non FSI area (m2 ) Total BUA area (m2) Ground-coverage Percentage (%) 20 % (Note: Percentage of plot not open to sky) Estimated cost of the project Rs. Pune Construction (Residential Project) Construction work has been started based on sanctioned plan no : B-P/Layout/Wakad/37/2011. (File No.C. Number of tenants and shops Total Shops: 19 Nos. Dated : 25/03/2011 Construction of buildings Number A & B is completed up to 4th slab and Building Number C is completed up to 3rd floor LOI / NOC from MHADA / Other PCMC Sanction approvals (If applicable) Total Plot Area (m2) Total Plot Area (m2) Deductions (m2) Net Plot area (m2) Permissible FSI (including TDR etc.J: P +12 & A1: G Total tenants: 470 Nos. M/s.33 51878.99 32425.No.G.B.F. of building & its configuration(s) 26300. persons Number of expected residents / users Tenant density per hector 178 tenant /Hector Height of the building(s) 36 m Right of way (Width of the road) 30 m wide DP road gets connects to site through 18 m wide Proposed DP Road Turning radius for easy access of fire 9 m Chairman 78 .82 Crores Total Number of Buildings: 11 No.D. 110/3 (P) & 110/4/1 (P) At Wakad. 16 Subject: Environmental clearance for the proposed construction (Residential Project) “PICADILLY” at At S. Kumar Agro Products Pvt.E. Maharashtra by M/s.

Recycled :120 cum Natural water drainage pattern : North-East to south west Quantity of storm water : 916 m3/day (channel is designed for this flow) Size of SWD: 600 mm dia Sewage generation : 320 m3/day STP technology : F. no of recharge pits and Quantity : Size of the recharge pit = 2 m x 2 m x 0.A.15 Lakhs Location : Underground Domestic : 345 cum. Fire : 300 cum.B Capacity of STP : 325 m3/day Location of the STP : On Ground DG sets (during emergency) : 1 X 320 KVA Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) : Chairman 79 . 2012 tender movement from all around the building excluding the width for the plantation Existing structure(s) No existing structure present on proposed site Details of the demolition with disposal No . Fire fighting : 300 m3 Excess treated water : 206 m3/day Wet Season: Source: PCMC and Recycler Water Fresh water : 236 m3/day Recycled water (flu) : 84 m3/day Recycled water (irri) : 0 m3/day Total Water Requirement : 320 m3/day Swimming pool make up : Not applicable. Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) Capital Cost: 4Lakhs O & M Cost per Annum: 0. The project does not involve any demolition work (If applicable) Total Water Requirement Dry season: Rain Water Harvesting (RWH) UGT tanks Storm water drainage Sewage and Waste water Source: PCMC and Recycler Water Fresh water : 236m3/day Recycled water (flu) : 84 m3/day Recycled water (irri) : 14 m3/day Total Water Requirement : 334 m3/day Swimming pool make up : Not applicable.9 m No of recharge pit proposed = 14 Nos.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Fire fighting : 300 m3 Excess treated water : 220 m3/day Level of the Ground water table : Size and no of RWH tank(s) and Quantity : Location of the RWH tank(s) : Size.

2012 Solid waste Management Capital Cost: Rs.45 m2 & for storage of waste 25m2 3. Some quantity of Excavation soil will be use for backfilling and remaining will be hand over to authorized vendor. 75 Lakhs O & M Cost per Annum: Rs.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Waste generation in the operation Phase: Dry waste : 536 kg/day Wet waste : 536 kg/day E – waste : very less amount Hazardous waste: spent oil or oil grease for DG sets paints etc. etc. 10 Lakhs Waste generation in the Pre Construction & Construction phase: Waste generation : 25 kg /day Quantity of the top soil to be preserved : Disposal of the construction way debris: Construction debris.): -2. Location(s) : On Ground 2. below roads. Waste concrete and broken bricks will be utilized in low-land leveling. Total area provided for the storage & Treatment of the solid waste : For EPL 1000 OWP . EPL 1000 E – waste : Handed over to authorized Vendor Hazardous waste : Handed over to authorized Vendor Biomedical waste (If applicable) : Not Applicable STP Sludge (Dry sludge) : Will be used as manure for gardening Area requirement: 1. secondary concrete. RG area under green belt:-RG on the ground : 2380 m2 Green Area: Chairman 80 .5 kgs per day Green Belt Development Mode of Disposal of waste: Dry waste : Handed over to authorized recycler for further handling and disposal Wet waste: Will be converted to compost using Organic Waste Processor [OWP] model no. RG area other than green belt (Please specify for playground. Biomedical waste (Kg/month) (If applicable) : Not applicable STP Sludge (Dry sludge) : 6. Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) Capital Cost : 24 Lakhs O & M Cost : 4 Lakhs/Annum Total RG area: 1.

1. 9.75 KVA DG set as Power Back – up during 1 nos. Plantation: Number and list of trees species to be planted in the ground RG: List of Proposed Native Trees Sr. x 320 KVA Chairman 81 . During Construction Phase a) Demand Load 60 KW During Operation Phase. 3. 4. Demand Load 2462 KVA b) Connected Load 3767. of Trees proposed: 328 Nos. No. 2.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. 3. 6. if any : NA 4. 5. Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) : Capital Cost : 75 Lakhs O & M Cost : 8 Lakh /annum Energy : Power supply: Sr. 12. 15 16 17. 10. 8. 7. No. Name of plant Plumeria Alba Bauhinia Purpurea Palash Anthocephallus cadamba (Kadamba ) Mimosop Elengi Michelia Champaka Lagerstromia Flosregia Nycanthes arbortristics (Parijatak) Bauhinia Tomentosa Arjun Peltoforum Mimosops elengii (Bakul ) Bauhinia racemosa (Apta) Dillenea Indica Azardirachta indica (Neem) Putranjiva Cassia fistula (Bahava) Number and list of shrubs and bushes species to be planted in the podium RG: NA NOC for the Tree cutting / transplantation/ compensatory plantation. 13. 14. 2012 Total No. 1 2 3 4 Power Requirement Source of power supply :Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Ltd. 18.

855.367. 2012 5 6 operation phase Transformer Fuel used 4 nos.446.600.50 22.535.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.82 Lakhs Chairman 82 .565.868.22 pumping 4 High efficiency 87.25 24.00 9.0 34.275.800. Installation of APFC panel for power factor improvement to all induction loads Detail calculations & % of saving S r 1 Description Power Consumption Conventional Energy equipments Efficient power equipments consumption power in KWH per consumption Year in KWH per Year 197.420.00 lighting with CFL lamps 2 All lifts will be soft 49.75 86.25 394717.163.staring VVVF Energy Efficient pumping with nema premium efficiency High efficiency LED/CFL light for street light in place of Metal Halide Solar water heating system to Common Toilet of each flat.43 system will be 0 provided Annual Savings with 1.00 13.100.75 972.520.231.00 staring 3 Energy Efficient 110.00 74.00 15.140.5 28.87 Energy Efficient 0 equipments Compliance of the ECBC guidelines: (Yes / No) (If yes then submit compliance in tabular form): Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) Solar Water Heater System Capital Cost: Rs.00 317.00 167.460.320.00 Savings in KWH per Year % Saving Common area 29.00 15.00 39.00 604.00 LED/CFL light for street light in place of Metal Halide 5 Solar water heating 922.637.00 20. 91. x 630 KVA HSD Energy saving by non-conventional method: Common area lighting with CFL lamp All lifts will be soft .

4 1. Lakhs) Capital Cost (Rs. x 80 KVA During Operational phase : Residential:. Lakhs) Chairman 83 .4 1.5 1054 3 978 1.7 1.4 Width of all Internal roads (m): All Internal roads are 6m wide Road at entry of the site is 12 m and 18 M wide Approach road is 30 m wide Environmental Management Budgetary Allocation plan During Construction Phase: Sr. Parking details: Number and area of basement: NA Number and area of podia: NA Total Parking Area Proposed : 7943.7 m2 Parking Statement Required Parking as per DC 273 Cars 1054 Scooters 978 Cycles Parking Area per Provided Vehicle in m2 273 12.5 2.1 X 320 KVA Type of fuel used : HSD Traffic Management Nos. 1.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Parameter 1 2 3 4 5 6 Water for Dust Suppression Site Sanitation & Safety Environmental Monitoring Disinfection Health Check up Total Cost Total cost in Lacs 0.5 7.5 Lakhs/Annum DG Set: Number and capacity of the DG sets to be used : During Construction Phase : 1 nos.5 During Operation Phase: Sr Pollution Control Measures Recurring Cost Per Annum (Rs. 2012 O & M Cost: Rs. of the junction to the main road & design of confluence: Project site gets connected to Mumbai – Pune highway through 18 M and 30 M Wide D P Road.

15 4 31. All issues related to environment. The PP is directed to comply with the following observations 1. Chairman 84 .Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. The case was discussed on the basis of the presentation made and documents submitted by the proponent. The existing right of way is only 9 m.5 91. The PP admitted that they have already initiated construction work and Buildings A & B have been constructed up to 4th slab and up to 3 floors of Building C. 2 3 4 5 6 7 Pollution Control – STP & Noise Control Measures Environment Monitoring Solid Waste Management Solar water heater system Occupational Health Green Belt development Rain water harvesting Total 10 75 5 0 4 24 1.65 279. In the present circumstances the project cannot be considered for clearance as per existing norms. 2012 1. water. Environemnt Department may look into the matter and take necessary action. although there is a proposed DP of 18 m width. including air. which is not yet completed. 3.82 3 8 10 75 0. ecology and biodiversity and social aspects were discussed. This is a violation of EP Act. Submit the consent for water supply from a competent authority indicating quantity. 2. soil. Submit an explanatory note with the history of the project and the reason for the violation.82 Decision: The case was discussed on the basis of the presentation made and documents submitted by the proponent. PP shall clarify the time frame for the completion of the DP road with appropriate documents from a competent authority. Full appraisal of the project will be done after the submission of the above said points. land. The PP informed that construction work has been stopped about 2 months ago.

No. Dist: Pune by M/s Ajanta Enterprises.10 Ground-coverage Percentage (%) (Note: Percentage of plot not open to sky) Estimated cost of the project No. and 59 (part) at Kharadi.FSI area (sq. 17 Subject: Environmental clearance for the proposed Housing Project .): 56088.15 m Right of way (Width of the road) 18 m Turning radius for easy access of fire 9 m Number of expected residents / users 4082 Nil 4082 tender movement from all around the building excluding the width for the plantation Chairman 85 . – Haveli. (File No.98 % 147698. Permissible FSI (including TDR etc.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. 40 (part).74 FSI) Non FSI area (sq.77 Sq.27 Sq.mt. of building & its configuration(s) Number of tenants and shops Total BUA area (sq.mt. m. and 59 (part) at Kharadi.) 57. Building configuration:01 Basement + 01 Stilt + 12 floors 809 Tenements Residential Commercial Total Tenant density per hector 135 Height of the building(s) 39.30 Cr Residential buildings: 18 Nos. Tq. 40 (part). 41(part). Haveli. m. No. m. 41(part).74 sq. SEAC 2011/CR-934/TC2) The The Project Proponent explained the proposal before the committee and committee noted project details furnished by the Project Proponent as: Name of the Project Project Proponent Consultant Location of the project Forest County M/s Ajanta Enterprises M/s Mahabal Enviro Engineers Pvt Ltd S. Tq.) Total Plot Area: 69955. Dist: Pune. m. Housing Project Type of Project Whether in Corporation / Municipal / Pune Municipal Corporation other area Total Plot Area (sq.) 1 + Road widening (91615. Deductions: 7851.) Proposed Built-up Area (FSI & Non.50 Sq.mt. Net Plot area: 62103.) 91610. 2012 Item No.mt.84 295.“Forest County” at S.

• Natural water drainage pattern: Storm water drainage system varying from 600 mm to 900 mm will be provided for collection of Storm Water • quantity of storm water : 30153 CMD • Size of SWD: Internal Strom water drainage line of 600mm x 600mm • Sewage generation (CMD) : 515 • STP technology: (Sequential Batch Reactor .p.30.SBR) • Capacity of STP (CMD) : 520 • Location of the STP : Plan enclosed as Enclosure I • DG sets (during emergency): 1 x 320 KVA • Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) Capital Cost: 1.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.00. no of recharge pits and Quantity: Pit Size: 3.25 m • Size and no of RWH tank(s) and Quantity: NA • Location of the RWH tank(s): NA • Size.00. • Disposal of the construction way debris: Land filling on the same site Storm water drainage Sewage and Waste water Solid waste Management Chairman 86 .00 mt dia and 10-12 mt deep No of Recharge Pits: 12 No. 2012 Total Water Requirement Dry season: • Fresh water (CMD): 380 & Source: Pune Municipal Corporation • Recycled water (CMD): 294 • Total Water Requirement (CMD): 552 • Swimming pool make up (Cum): 12 • Fire fighting (Cum): 500 Wet Season: • Fresh water (CMD): 380 & Source: Pune Municipal Corporation • Recycled water (CMD): 184 • Total Water Requirement (CMD): 552 • Swimming pool make up (CMD): 12 • Fire fighting (CMD): 500 Rain Water Harvesting (RWH) • Level of the Ground water table : 3.000/O & M Cost: 13.m. Waste generation in the Pre Construction and Construction phase: • Waste generation • Quantity of the top soil to be preserved: 9960 cu.000/.a.

Solar water heating system Transformers are located close to load center to minimize transmission losses Thus total energy saving will be 2500 units/day 25% of energy saving DG Set: 2 X 320 KVA capacities Type of fuel used : Diesel Nos.76 Sq m (open + covered) • Area per car: 30 Sq. m RG on the Basement Top (sq. Parking details: • Number and area of basement: No of Basement: 01 Area of per Basement: 29031.00 Sq.86 Sq. of Basement Top(Stilt): 01 Area of Basement Top: 11780.): 466. 2012 Green Belt Development Energy Traffic Management Waste generation in the operation Phase: • Dry waste (Kg/day): 613 • Wet waste (Kg/day): 1021 • STP Sludge (Dry sludge) (Kg/day): 31 Mode of Disposal of waste: • Dry waste: Through Authorized vendors • Wet waste: OWC • STP Sludge(Dry sludge): Digested & used as manure Area requirement: Total Area:223 Sq.88 sqm No of trees to be cut: 310 No of tress to be transplanted:95 Power supply: • Maximum demand : 5800 KW • Connected load : 5800 KW • Source : MSEDCL Energy saving by non-conventional method: Use of CFL lamps shall be used for Common area lighting & solar operated street lights in open area Use of non conventional energy i. m No. m.725/O&M cost : 4.69 Sq. m with drive way Chairman 87 . m • Number and area of podia : NA • Total Parking area : 63501. m Budgetary allocation: Capital Cost: 80.80. a RG area under green belt: RG on the ground (sq. of the junction to the main road & design of confluence: 1 No.31.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.000/-p. m.e.): 17940.

Considering the retention of existing trees and plants for proposed plantation the PP should consider plantation of more species of trees than the proposed.00. Chairman 88 . Decision: The case was discussed on the basis of the presentation made and documents submitted by the proponent. 4-Wheeler: 1682 No.000/• Capital: INR 4.50.Construction phase (with Break-up): • Capital cost STP : 1. All issues related to environment. 3. land. Submit the consent for water supply from the competent authority indicating quantity 4. 2012 Environmental Management Budgetary Allocation • 2-Wheelar: 2554 No.52.000 /SWM : 80.06.80. including air.00.87. with a density of 1 tree per 20 m2.000 /SWM : 4. ecology and biodiversity and social aspects were discussed. SEAC decided to recommend the proposal for Environmental Clearance only after complying with the following conditions: 1.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.00.28.66.000/Non-Conventional Energy: 7. 5. Operation Phase (with Break-up)STP : 13.00.00.000 /Green Belt : 5.000 /RWH : 15.000 /RWH : 30.000 /year • Quantum and generation of Corpus fund and Commitment : All funds are arranged by the developer as capital investment • Responsibility for further O &M: Developer will maintain all the facilities for two years and then handed over to Society thereafter. 2.000 /II. • Public Transport Width of all Internal roads (m): 6.685 /• O & M: INR 23. Submit detailed calculations regarding ground coverage.00 m plan I.960 /Solar water : 1.000 /Solar Water : 42. soil..00. as the proposed EMP budget is inadequate.63. Submit a note with compliance of previous EC granted by MoEF for Phase-I.30.725 /Green Belt : 99. Draw up a sustainable model with appropriate EMP.31. water.000/Non-Conventional Energy: 11.

Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Tq. 19A/3A Dhankawadi.734.071. No.“Ishanya” at Sr. Deductions: 3. No.6 Proposed Built-up Area (FSI & Non.189.) 32.843 Cr Residential buildings: 03 Nos. Dist: Pune Residential & Commercial Construction Project 8(a) B2 Total Plot Area (sq. 2012 Item No.mt.mt.00 Sq.537. 18 Subject: Environmental clearance for the proposed Residential & Commercial Construction Project .FSI area (sq. No.12 Sq. 19A/3A Dhankawadi. m. of building & its configuration(s) Commercial building: 01 No.68 Ground-coverage Percentage (%) 37 % Estimated cost of the project 158. m.: Haveli. m.79 FSI) Non FSI area (sq.89 Total BUA area (sq.mt.286.15 m Right of way (Width of the road) 60 m Turning radius for easy access of fire 9 m tender movement from all around the building excluding the width for the plantation Chairman 89 . Net Plot area: 19.60 m Commercial: 4.): 39.) 71. Tq.) 1. Dist: Pune by M/s Mahanagar Realty (File No. Permissible FSI (including TDR etc. SEAC-2011/ CR-44/ TC2) The Project Proponent explained the proposal before the committee and committee noted project details furnished by the Project Proponent as: Name of the Project Project Proponent Consultant Location of the project Type of Project Category Ishanya M/s Mahanagar Realty M/s Mahabal Enviro Engineers Pvt Ltd Sr.: Haveli.88 Sq.) Total Plot Area: 23.476. Residential Building configuration: 03 Basement + 1S + 20 floors Commercial Building configuration: Ground floor 230 Tenements Number of tenants and shops Number of expected residents / users Residential 1208 Commercial 43 Total 1251 Tenant density per hector 115 Height of the building(s) Residential : 66. m.

000CUM • Disposal of the construction way debris: Land filling on the same site Waste generation in the operation Phase: • Dry waste (Kg/day): 213 Chairman 90 .p.269CMD • Size of SWD: 200mm x 600mm • Sewage generation (CMD) : 158 • STP technology: Aerobic biological treatment system • Capacity of STP (CMD) :150 • DG sets (during emergency): 630 KVA X 4 No. • Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) Capital Cost: 32.00.00 m x 0.00.000/O & M Cost: 10.a.000/.000 lit. • Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) Capital cost: 5. • Level of the Ground water table : 10 m • Size and no of RWH tank(s) and Quantity: NA • Location of the RWH tank(s): NA • Size. • Natural water drainage pattern: AS per contour • Quantity of storm water : 11.00.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Waste generation in the Pre Construction and Construction phase: • Waste generation • Quantity of the top soil to be preserved: 12. 2012 Total Water Requirement Rail Water Harvesting (RWH) Storm water drainage Sewage and Waste water Solid waste Management Dry season: • Fresh water (CMD): 108 & Source: Pune Municipal Corporation • Recycled water (CMD): 111 • Total Water Requirement (CMD): 164 • Swimming pool make up (Cum): 06 • Fire fighting (Cum): 40.p.000/O&M cost: 10. no of recharge pits and Quantity: Pit Size: 2. Wet Season: • Fresh water (CMD): 108 & Source: Pune Municipal Corporation • Recycled water (CMD): 53 • Total Water Requirement (CMD): 161 • Swimming pool make up (CMD): 06 • Fire fighting (CMD): 40.000/.a.9 m deep No of Recharge Pits: 15 No.000 lit.

etc. m Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) Capital Cost: 7.000/O&M cost : 4.): 6.000/-p.e.600/O&M cost: 5.): 2.22. RG area under green belt: • RG on the ground (sq.a. Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) Capital cost: 1. 2012 Green Belt Development Energy • Wet waste (Kg/day): 348 • E – waste (Kg/month): NA • Hazardous waste (Kg/month): NA • Biomedical waste (Kg/month) (If applicable): NA • STP Sludge (Dry sludge) (Kg/day): 09 Mode of Disposal of waste: • Dry waste: Through Authorized vendors • Wet waste: OWC • E – waste: NA • Hazardous waste: NA • Biomedical waste (If applicable): NA • STP Sludge(Dry sludge): Digested & used as manure Area requirement: 1.p.832 sq m 3. Solar water Chairman 91 . Plantation: • Number and list of shrubs and bushes species to be planted in the Basement Top RG: 70 4. RG area other than green belt (Please specify for Play ground.00. m.) :NA 2.520/. CFL lamps shall be used for Common area lighting Use of non conventional energy i. m • RG on the Basement Top (sq.807 Sq.36.33. a Total RG area: 1. Power supply: • Maximum demand : 2520 units/day • Connected load : 2400 units/day • Source : MSEDCL Energy saving by non-conventional method: • Energy saving measures Use of T5-28W.34. m.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Location(s) and total area provided for the storage and treatment of the solid waste: Total Area: 60 Sq.

520 p. m • 2-Wheeler: 720 No.78. Parking details: • Number and area of basement: No of Basement: 03 Area of per Basement (1):7229. • Public Transport Width of all Internal roads (m):12 &8 m plan Construction phase (with Break-up): • Capital cost STP : 32. Transformers are located close to load center to minimize transmission losses Thus total energy saving will be 1035 unit/ day • Detail calculations & 41% of saving • Compliance of the ECBC guidelines: (Yes / No) (If yes then submit compliance in tabular form) • Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) Capital cost: 44.000 p.000 Operation Phase (with Break-up)STP : 10.5 Sq.22.46.34.a Non-Conventional Energy: 60.21 • Area per car:12. of the junction to the main road & design of confluence: 1 No.a RWH : 5.00.000 p.000 p.00.a • Capital: 22.600/Non-Conventional Energy: 44.624.000/O&M cost: 60.00. 2012 Traffic Management Environmental Management Budgetary Allocation heating system.000 p.).36.00 Chairman 92 .00.a. • Type of fuel used : Diesel Nos.687.000/RWH : 5. Solar PV panels for street lights.a SWM : 4.p.000/SWM : 7.00.51 m2 • Total Parking area : 25. DG Set: • Number and capacity of the DG sets to be used : 630 KVA (4No.33.a Green Belt : 5.00.000/.00.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.17 m2 Area of per Basement (2&3): 21. • 4-Wheeler: 930 No.000/Green Belt : 1.

01. Relocate STP to 1st basement with proper ventilation and operation and maintenance clerance. soil. ecology and biodiversity and social aspects were discussed.59. SEAC decided to recommend the proposal for Environmental Clearance only after complying with the following conditions: 1. 4. Submit details of compliance to ECBC guidelines. Submit the consent for water supply from a competent authority indicating quantity. 6. PP clarified that PMC has allowed them to channalize nalla water through 1600 mm RCC pipeline vide letter no. 2012 • O & M: 20. Widen the 6 m internal road to 9 m width for easy fire tender movement as agreed by PP. Total of 400 trees of different species shall be planted.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. 2. The Committee noted a nalla is shown in the contour map layout. All issues related to environment.a • Quantum and generation of Corpus fund and Commitment : All funds are arranged by the developer as capital investment • Responsibility for further O &M: Developer will maintain all the facilities for two years and then handed over to Society thereafter. Submit storm water drainage calculations. 5961 dated 7. 3. land. Decision: The case was discussed on the basis of the presentation made and documents submitted by the proponent. 7. Submit scheme for lighting and ventilation to basements. water.2012.520 p. 5. including air. Chairman 93 .

Dist:Pune by M/s. 19 Subject: Environmental clearance for the ‘Samrajya Balwantpuram’ . Shiv Tirth Nagar. Kothrud. Pethkar Projects (File No. – Haveli. 2012 Item No.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.Residential & Commercial Construction Project at Balawantpuram. SEAC 2011/ CR-975/ TC2) The PP was absent Chairman 94 . Paud Road. Tq.

gaon MIDC. Chairman 95 . 2. The PP is directed to comply with the following observations: 1. Syglak Laboratories Pvt Ltd (File No. Kulgaon MIDC. Badlapur (E). Details about air and water pollution control measures. Ku. Badlapur (E). Submit revised Form-I with all details and prefeasibility report. Dist Thane Metformin – 10 MT/M Thiopental Sodium – 50 Kg/M Mebendazole Poly C – 150 Kg/M Thimmersoal – 25 Kg/M Total Water requirment = 7 CMD Industrial Effleunt = 5. SEAC 2011 / CR 975 / TC2) The Project Proponent explained the proposal before the committee and committee noted project details furnished by the Project Proponent as: Name of the Project Project Proponent Type of project: Expansion / modification of industrial project Estimated cost of the project : Location details of the project : Production details 50 Lakh Water Budget Effluent Generation Hazardous waste Generation Stack Emission Details: M/s.5 CMD Spent solvents . 20 Subject: TOR for the proposed expansion / modification of industrial project at F-14.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. 2012 Item No. Dist Thane by M/s. This is a microscale chemical industry hence can be considered in B2 category exempting from EIA studies.5 CMD Domestic Effleunt = 1. Syglak Laboratories Pvt Ltd 5(f) Synthetic Organic Chemicals F-14. ETP sludge Stack of 15 m height to Boiler Decision: The case was discussed on the basis of the presentation made and documents submitted by the proponent.

W+ X. 55) Turning Radius = 9 m Chairman 96 . 2012 Item No. 1435.50 m2 Net Permissible FSI • FSI area (m2) 47324.Stilt + 12 Upper floor • Bldg C+ D. No. 1553/1. U+ V :.27 m2 63. 21 Subject: Environmental clearance for the ‘Eiffel City’ at Chakan. persons users Tenement density per hectare 151 Tenements/Hectare 36 m Height of the building Right of way (Width of the road) Turning radius for easy access of fire tender movement from all around the building excluding the width for the plantation 12 m wide Approach Road from Chakan-Talegaon Road (S. Maharashtra by M/s. Maharashtra Construction project Type of Project 8(a) B2 Category Yes.P. TalukaKhed. Y+ Z :. Saitech Research & Development Organization GAT Nos. Eiffel Developers and Realtors Ltd M/s. 1432. B. 1554. Eiffel Developers and Realtors Ltd (File No.H. Taluka-Khed. of Buildings = 10 nos. SEAC 2011 / CR 986 / TC2) The Project Proponent explained the proposal before the committee and committee noted project details furnished by the Project Proponent as: Name of the Project Project Proponent Consultant Location of the project ‘Eiffel City’ M/s. Number of tenants and shops Number of expected residents / 3925 nos.88 m2 Proposed Built up area (FSI & Non FSI) • Non FSI area (m2) 29298. 1553/2.35 % Ground Coverage (%) Rs. 1552. F + G.-Pune. 1557 at Chakan. 88 Crores (Approx) Estimated cost of the project Residential: . H + I.Total Nos. Rules for Area within 10 km from boundary of Applicability of the DCR Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC).-Pune. 1556. S+ T. 1551. 1430. J +K.Stilt + 8 Upper floor Total tenants: 785 nos. 1555. No. of buildings & its Building Configuration: configurations • Bldg A. 1431. Dist. Rules.10 m2 2 • Total BUA area (m ) 76950. Dist. 1436. 1437. R. 69300 m2 Total Plot Area 17325 m2 Deductions 51975 m2 Net Plot area 53014.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.

15 Lakhs Green Belt Development : • RG on the ground : 42755 m2 List of Proposed Trees on Ground: Trees- Chairman 97 .0 Lakhs O & M Cost per Annum: 0.40 Lakhs • Size of SWD: Appropriate size of storm water drainage channels will be provided. X 82.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. X 200 kVA 1 No. 50 Lakhs • O & M Cost per Annum: Rs. • Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) Capital Cost: 5.5 kVA • Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) : • Capital Cost: Rs. • Sewage generation : 477 m3/day • STP technology : Extended Aeration System • Capacity of STP : 477 m3/day • Location of the STP : On Ground • DG sets (during emergency): 1 No. The project does not involve any demolition work Dry season: • Source: Gram Panchayat / Maharashtra Pradhikaran (MJP) • Fresh water : 371 m3/day • Recycled water : 293 m3/day • Total Water Requirement : 664 m3/day • Swimming pool make up : NA • Fire fighting : 450 m3 • Excess treated water : 137 m3/day Jeevan Wet Season: •Source : Gram Panchayat / Maharashtra Jeevan Pradhikaran (MJP) • Fresh water : 371 m3/day • Recycled water : 159 m3/day • Total Water Requirement : 530 m3/day • Swimming pool make up : NA • Fire fighting : 450 m3 • Excess treated water : 271 m3/day Rain Water Harvesting (RWH) Storm water drainage Sewage and Waste water • Level of the Ground water table : 20 m • Size and no of RWH tank(s) and Quantity : NA • Location of the RWH tank(s) : NA • Size of recharge pits and Quantity : = 1 m x 1 m x 60 m Depth No of recharge pit proposed = 16 Nos. 2012 Existing structure Details of the demolition with disposal (If applicable) Total Water Requirement No existing structure present on proposed site No .

Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Botanical name Common name Qty Ht. 2012 Sr. in m T1 LEGERSTROMIA FLOS REGINA PRIDE OF INDIA 107 8-10 T2 PLUMERIA ALBA CHAMPA WHITE 33 4-6 T3 CARYOTA URENS FISHTAIL PALM 51 4-6 T4 CASSIA FISTULA GOLDEN SHOWER 67 4-6 T5 WODYETIA BIFURCATA FOXTAIL PALM 25 6-8 T6 CASSIA JAVANICA PINK CASSIA 48 10-12 T7 ALSTONEA SCHOLARIS SAPTAPARNI 113 8-10 T8 ERYTHRINA INDICA VARIEGATED PANGARA VARIEGATED 16 8-10 T9 MICHELIA CHAMPAKA SOAN CHAFA 68 5-6 T10 FILICIUM DECIPIENS FERN TREE 30 6-8 T11 BRASSIA ACTINOPHYLLA UMBRELLA TREE 15 6-8 T12 PLUMERIA RUBRA RED FRANGIPANI 06 4-6 T13 BAUHINIA PURPUREA KANCHAN 41 6-8 T14 THEVETIA NERIIFOLIA YELLOW BITTI 25 3-5 T15 CASSIA SPECTABILIS YELLOW SHOWER 26 5-6 T16 BAUHINIA ACUMINATA BAUHINIA DWARF WHITE 16 3-4 T17 BAUHINIATOMENTOSA YELLOW ORCHID TREE 09 3-4 T18 CORDIA SABESTENA SCARLET CORDIA 06 4-6 T19 TERMINALIA MANTALY UMBRELLA TREE 11 4-6 T20 MIMUSOPS ELENGII BAKUL 27 10-12 Total 740 Chairman 98 .

Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.88 kg/day • Wet waste : 1236. secondary concrete. 3. Waste concrete and broken bricks will be utilized in low-land leveling. below roads.38 kg/day • E – waste : very less amount • Hazardous waste: spent oil or oil grease for DG sets paints etc. Waste generation in the operation Phase: • Dry waste : 529. Total area provided for the storage & Treatment of the solid waste: 222. Some quantity of Excavation soil will be use for backfilling and remaining will be hand over to authorize vendor.55 sq. 2012 Solid waste Management Waste generation in the Pre Construction & Construction phase: • Waste generation : 40 kg /day • Quantity of the top soil to be preserved : • Disposal of the construction way debris: Construction debris.2 kg/day Mode of Disposal of waste: • Dry waste : Handed over to authorized recycler for further handling and disposal • Wet waste: Will be converted to compost using Organic Vermi Composting • E – waste : Handed over to authorized Vendor • Hazardous waste : Handed over to authorized Vendor • Biomedical waste (If applicable) : Not Applicable • STP Sludge (Dry sludge) : Will be used as manure for gardening Area requirement: 1.m. Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) Capital Cost : 7 Lakhs O & M Cost: 1 Lakhs/Annum Chairman 99 . Location(s) : On Ground 2. • Biomedical waste (Kg/month) (If applicable) : Not applicable • STP Sludge (Dry sludge) : 4.

soil. The Committee noted that the PP / Consultant had not submitted the above said fact in the documents submitted. which does not comply with the Chairman 100 . Necessary rounding-off provided for internal road.00 1374. of the junction to the main road & design of confluence: Main junction. i. Component Environmental Management plan Budgetary Allocation Open Space Stilt Total Parking Area Total Area in m2 Capiotal cost: 142 lakhs O&M cost: 26 lakhs Parking Provided 2W 4W Cycles 418 296 982 564 240 0 982 536 982 3. During Construction Phase a) Demand Load 50 KW During Operation Phase. ecology and biodiversity and social aspects were discussed. x 200 kVA 1 no.5 kVA Transformer 6 nos. x 82.00 10720. x 630 kVA Nos.8 Decision: The case was discussed on the basis of the presentation made and documents submitted by the proponent.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. land.00 20. . During the appraisal.H. but revealed it only during the presentation. main approach road from S. the PP admitted that 80% of the construction work has already been completed inspite of knowing the fact that it is mandatory to obtain prior EC for construction project involving 20000 m2 build up area or more. 55.00 1. Environment Department may look into matter for the aforesaid violation and take necessary action for the misrepresentation of the data and violation. No. water. The right of way to the plot is 12 m. All issues related to environment. The PP also admitted that the revised plan was approved in 2010 and most of the construction work was carried out during 2011. a) Demand Load b) Connected Load 3024 KW 4414 KW DG set as Power Back – up during operation phase 1 no. It was also noted that the PP has not obtained the consent for water supply from a competent authority and no sewerage facility is available catering to the project. whereas the height of the building is 36 m. 2012 Energy Traffic Management Source of power supply :Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Ltd. The case was discussed on the basis of the presentation made by the proponent.e. including air. including Form-I.40 2946.

The ground coverage is very high (63%) As most of the prerequisites are not met. 2012. 2012 MoEF OM dated 7th Feb. SEAC decided to recommend rejection of the proposal for prior Environmental Clearance. Chairman 101 .Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.

. Existing Population: Floating population: 4060 Proposed Population: Floating population: 1535 Max. Nigdi.38 m2 61061. Saitech Research & Development Organization Educational campus Sector No 26. Pune by M/s.Pimri Chinchwad Educational Trust M/s.00 crore Buildings – 12 Nos.Nil Net Plot area – 40707.26. Pimpri Chinchwad Education Trust (File No.07 m2 FSI area (Sq. SEAC2212/CR116/TC2) The Project Proponent explained the proposal before the committee and committee noted project details furnished by the Project Proponent as: Name of the Project Project Proponent Consultant Type of Project : Housing project / Industrial Estate / SRA scheme / MAHADA / Township or others Location of the project Whether in Corporation / Municipal / Other area Note on the initiated work (If applicable) Total plot area (Sq.m): Total BUA area (Sq.703 m2 Non FSI (Sq. 2012 Item No. Pune. Nigdi Pradhikaran.19 m 18 m Residential population: 580 Residential population: 450 Chairman 102 .97 m2 2 + Proposed 19001. m) Rs.m) Deductions Net plot area Permissible FSI Proposed Built –UP Area (FSI & Non FSI) Ground – coverage percentage (%) Estimated cost of the project No. S.m): 36687.24 % (9462. 35.05 Sq. Nigdi’ Mr V. Kalbhor . 22 Subject: Environmental clearance for the Proposed Expansion of Building and construction project of ' Pimpri Chinchwad' at Sector No.703 m2 (Existing17685.703m2 23.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation ( PCMC) Total constructed work – 36687. of building & its configuration (s) Number of expected residents / users Height of the building(s) Right of way (width of the road ) Expansion of Educational campus of ‘Pimpri Chinchwad Educational Trust.38 m2 Deductions .73 m ) Date and area details in the necessary approvals issued by the competent authority (attach scan copies) Plot Area – 40707. Pradhikaran.m): 36687.

000 lit.000/ year Storm water drainage Sewage and waste water Chairman 103 .Size of harvesting pit .Rs.0 m x 4. 2012 7.00.0 m 15 Nos.97 m2 Existing structures(s) Total Water Requirement Dry season : • Fresh water (CMD) :205 CMD of Source: Pimpri Chinchwad Municiple Corporation (PCMC) • Recycled water (CMD): 268 CMD • Total water Requirement (CMD): 473 CMD • Swimming pool make up (Cum): • Fire fighting (Cum): 20. 50./Bldg.0 m • Sewage generation (CMD): 350 CMD • STP technology: MMBR • Capacity of STP (CMD): 400 CMD • Location of the STP: Refer STP Location Plan • DG sets (during emergency): • Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O & M cost): Capital Cost .1. • Size and no of RWH tank(s) and Quantity: Nil • Location of the RWH tank (s): • Size. pits • Budgetary allocation ( Capital cost and O & M cost): Capital cost – Rs.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Wet Season: • Fresh water (CMD) : 205 CMD & Source: Pimpri Chinchwad Municiple Corporation (PCMC) • Recycled water (CMD): 186 CMD • Total water Requirement (CMD): 205 CMD • Swimming pool make up (Cum): • Fire fighting (Cum): 20. no of recharge pits and Quality: 4. 36.000 / year UGT tanks • Location(s) of the UGT tank(s): Refer Drawing Natural water drainage pattern: Refer Storm Water Layout • Quantity of storm water: • Size of SWD. 7.000 lit.0 m x 4.000 O & M Cast ./Bldg. Rain Water Harvesting (RWH) • Level of the Ground water table : 6 mtrs.Rs.5 m Turning radius for easy access of fire tender movement from all around the building excluding the width for the plantation Existing Construction: 17685.80.0 m x 1.Rs. 46.00.000 O & M Cost.

Budgetary allocation( capital Cost& O& M Cost): Capital Cost – Rs.10 m2 3.75. debris • Quantity of the top soil to be preserved: .000 / year Total RG area: 6106.50. 1. Plantation: • Existing Green Belt: • Total No of Trees: 610 Number of Varieties: 30 • Total No of Shrubs: 230 Number of varieties: 15 Earthen pots: 165 Number of varieties: 14 6.50.16402.00.Refer Master Plan Budgetary allocation( capital Cost & O&M cost): Capital Cost.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. RG area other than green belt (please specify for playground.31 m2(Total play ground) 4. 1.000 O & M – Rs. 6.etc): . 11. 2012 Solid waste Management Green Belt Development Energy Waste generation in the pre Construction and Construction phase: • Waste generation: top soil.Rs.000/ year Power Supply: • Maximum demand: KW • Connected Demand: 240 KW • Source: Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited(MSEDCL) Energy saving by non-conventional method: Chairman 104 .use for landscaping • Disposal of the construction way debris: Use for Leveling Waste generation in the operation phase: • Dry waste (Kg/day): 745 Kg/day • Wet waste (Kg/day): 1118 Kg/day • E – waste (Kg/month): • Hazardous waste (Kg/month): • Biomedical waste (Kg/month) (If applicable): • STP Sludge (Dry sludge) (Kg/day):15 Kg/Day (100% Dry ) Mode Of Disposal of Waste: • Dry waste (Kg/day): Sold Out • Wet waste (Kg/day): Composting and vermicomposting • E – waste (Kg/month): • Hazardous waste (Kg/month): • Biomedical waste (Kg/month) (If applicable): • STP Sludge (Dry sludge) (Kg/day): Used as Manure Area requirement: Location (s)& total area provided for the storage & treatment of solid Waste: area -12’ x 4’ x 2’(No of pits: 02) Location . RG area under green belt:--5.000/O & M cost – Rs.

land. CFL.75.92 m2 Width of all Internal road(m): Drive way – 7. soil.000 Landscaping 1.000 Solar Energy System 12. Saitech Research & Development Organization has not advised the PP regarding mandatory requirements of EC and this has been found in many other cases. Operation Phase( with break Up)• Capital Cost – STP 36.000 RWH 46. The PP is directed to comply with the following observations: Chairman 105 . 2012 Environmental Management plan Budgetary Allocation Traffic Management • Energy Saving measures : Solar.000 MSW 1.50. The case was discussed on the basis of the presentation made by the proponent.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.50. The Committee is of the opinion that the consultant M/s.4 % • Compliance of the ECBC guideline( YES/NO) (If yes then submit compliance in tabular : Yes • Budgetary allocation( capital Cost& O& M Cost) Solar Energy – Capital – Rs. including air. ecology and biodiversity and social aspects were discussed. This violation may be noted by the Environment Department and necessary action may be taken.00.5 M Decision: The case was discussed on the basis of the presentation made and documents submitted by the proponent.G.00 RWH 50.125KVA × 1 No.000/ year DG Set: • Number and capacity of the DG sets to be used: D.00.000 m2 of the project. 85 KVA × 1 No. 65 KVA × 1 No • Type of fuel used: HSD .00/O & M Cost .000 MSW 11. 12. All issues related to environment.000 • Total parking area : 7653.00.00. sets .000 O & M cost( Please ensure manpower and other details): STP 7.Total – 60 Lit/hrs.50. Electronic Ballast • Detail Calculation & % of saving : 23% • % saving behind solar energy – 6.000 Landscaping 6. water.000 Solar Energy System 50. The PP has already constructed more than 28.00.80.

No treated waste water shall be discharged into the nalla. Submit note on history and chronological details of the project as the construction of 28. Justification of disposal of treated waste water for land irrigation during rainy season may be submitted. 2012 1. Submit locational details of green belt development. Submit the detailed water budget for both dry and wet seasons. 6. composting and area allotted for the same. 3.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. collection. as the proposed EMP budget is inadequate. Plant more trees need to be planted in rows on the boundary of both playgrounds and preferably in clusters / groves. Submit details of DG set specification.808 m2 is already done without obtaining prior EC. 10. Submit details of Solid Waste management w. Submit the area statement including FSI and Non-FSI components. 4. Chairman 106 . segregation. Draw up a sustainable model with appropriate EMP.t. Locate the STP atappropriate location. installation and maintenance. 8. Submit a note on energy conservation measures in accordance with ECBC / BEE guidelines.r. 5. Submit treated waste water characteristics from STP as there are inconsistencies observed in Form-I and presentation made before the Committee. 9. 11. During the rainy season water may not be required for irrigation. 7. Ensure easy fire tender movement around the building by providing 9 m wide road on at least one side and submit the revised plans. 2.

SEAC 2011 / CR 69 / TC2) The Project Proponent explained the proposal before the committee and committee noted project details furnished by the Project Proponent as: Name of the Project Project Proponent Consultant Location of the project Type of Project Category Applicability of the DCR Total Plot Area Deductions Net Plot area Net Permissible FSI Proposed Built up area (FSI & Non FSI) “Residential Project” M/s. of Buildings = 6 nos.Total Nos.23 m2 FSI area (m2) 43057. configurations Type E & Type F – Basement + Parking + 14 Floors Total tenants: 434 nos. persons Number of expected residents / users Type A to Type D: 50. 49/4.Basement + Parking + 15 Floors. Kunal Spaces Pvt. 2012 Item No. (Compliance case) (File No.73 m2 12821.16 Ground-coverage Percentage (%) Estimated cost of the project Rs. Number of tenants and Shops: 12 nos.20 m2 Non FSI area (m2) 36205.80 m2 4103.85 m2 23436. 49/2. Pune by M/s. 50/6. 50/5. 49/6. Pune Construction project 8(a) B2 Yes. shops 2364 nos. Kunal Spaces Pvt.0 m Height of the building Type E & Type F: 49.60 m 18 m Right of way (Width of the road) 9m Turning radius for easy access of fire tender movement from all around the building excluding the width for the plantation Chairman 107 . Haweli District. 49/3. Ltd. Ltd.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. M/s.88 m2 43111. Haweli District.56 m2 Total BUA area (m2) 79315. 101 Crores (Approx) Residential: . As per Pune DCR 36258. 50/1. Balewadi Taluka. No. 23 Subject: Environmental clearance for the “Residential Project” at Balewadi Taluka. of buildings & its Type A to Type D . 49/5. Saitech Research & Development Organization At Survey No.

68 m3/day • Swimming pool make up : NA • Fire fighting : 20 m3 • Excess treated water : 177.51 m3/day • STP technology : Compact Type STP • Capacity of STP : 285 m3/day • Location of the STP : Under Ground • DG sets (during emergency) : 1 X 200 KVA • Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) : • Capital Cost: Rs. Depth for Bore = 100 mm diameter with 10 m depth • Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) Capital Cost: 2.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.62 m3/day • Swimming pool make up : NA • Fire fighting : 20 m3 • Excess treated water : 138.30 m3/day Wet Season: Source : Pune Municipal Corporation [PMC] • Fresh water : 214. no of recharge pits and Quantity : Size of the recharge pit = 2 m x 0.21 m3/day • Recycled water : 142.5 Lakhs O & M Cost per Annum: 0.41 m3/day • Total Water Requirement : 356.15 Lakhs Size of SWD: Appropriate size of storm water drainage channels will be provided. 45 Lakhs • O & M Cost per Annum: Rs. • Sewage generation : 280.9 m x 2 m No of recharge pit proposed = 10 Nos. Dry season: Source: Pune Municipal Corporation[PMC] • Fresh water : 214.04 m3/day • Level of the Ground water table : 10 m • Size and no of RWH tank(s) and Quantity : Not Applicable • Location of the RWH tank(s) : Not Applicable • Size. Disposal of the construction way debris: Construction Chairman 108 .21 m3/day • Recycled water : 103.47 m3/day • Total Water Requirement : 317. 2012 Existing structure Details of the demolition with disposal (If applicable) Total Water Requirement Rain Water Harvesting (RWH) Storm water drainage Sewage and Waste water Solid waste Management Existing Structures to be retained: We are regularizing two structures – (houses) of farmers built on site long before The construction debris amounting to 2 to 3 tones per day shall be used within the site for leveling purposes and base course preparation of internal approach roads. 11 Lakhs Waste generation in the Pre Construction & Construction phase: • Waste generation : 25 kg /day • Quantity of the top soil to be preserved : a.

2012 debris [It include concrete waste. broken bricks. • Biomedical waste (Kg/month) (If applicable) : Not applicable • STP Sludge (Dry sludge) : 17 kg/day Mode of Disposal of waste: • Dry waste : Handed over to authorized recycler for further handling and disposal • Wet waste: Will be converted to compost using Organic Waste Processor [OWP] model no. metallic scraps etc. Name distance (m) 1.] that shall be used for leveling and base course preparation and remaining will be hand over to authorized vendor.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.0 29 arbortristis 2. of Trees proposed: 236 Nos. Plumeria Alba Champa 3. Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) Capital Cost : 15 Lakhs O & M Cost: 5 Lakhs/Annum RG area under green belt: • RG on the ground : 3061. Plantation: List of Trees Proposed: Sr. Botanical Name Common C/C Nos. No. Waste generation in the operation Phase: • Dry waste : 512.10 m2 • Lawn Area on ground: 1050.100 m2 3.20 m2 • Area of Grass Pavers (40% Green): 596. Total area provided for the storage & Treatment of the solid waste : For EPL 1000 .90 m2 • Total No.50 kg/day • E – waste : very less amount • Hazardous waste: spent oil or oil grease for DG sets paints etc. Location(s) : On Ground 2.0 26 white Chairman 109 . EPL 1000 • E – waste : Handed over to authorized Vendor • Hazardous waste : Handed over to authorized Vendor • Biomedical waste (If applicable) : Not Applicable • STP Sludge (Dry sludge) : Will be used as manure for gardening Green Belt Development Area requirement: 1.50 kg/day • Wet waste : 512. Nyctanthes Parijatak 3.

Hamelia dwarf Lumonea Spectablis Caesalpinea Pulcherima new pink Thevetia Allamanda Yellow dwarf C/C Qty.6 0. Mimusops elengi Michelia Champaka Lagerstromia Speciosa 9. 11. 8. 4.45 69. 3. 7.0 08 4.45 207.0 tree Kanchan 5. 10. No.0 08 14 5. 16. 12. 5.3 45.00 Chairman 110 .0 3. 14. 7.0 16 02 236 List of proposed Drought Tolerant Shrubs/Ground Covers: Sr.0 5.0 4. Pongamia glabra Spathodia campanulata Peltoforum 15. Bauhinea blackeana Total Champa red Neem Devil’s Tree Bakul Sonchafa Lagerstrom ia Flos Regina Kadamb Amalas Putranjiva Elephant apple Karanj Fountain tree 3.0 5.80 0.00 Bitti Allamanda cathartica 0.0 4.0 5.50 Ixora hybrid pink Fire Bush Ravenia Spectablis 0.6 15.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Plumeria Rubra 4. Kadamba Cassia Fistula Putrangia roxburghii Dillenia indica 13.75 51.0 28 20 03 15 4. Azadirachta indica Allistonia Scholaris 6.3 160. 5.0 18 06 12 5. Botanical Name Common Name 1.00 Caesalpinea new pink (Shankasur Pink) 0.0 5. 2012 3. 6. distance (m2) (m) 0.0 11 20 Copper pod 4. Hymenocallis littoralis Ixora duffii pink Spider lily 2.

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8.
9.
10.
11.
12.

13.
14.
15.

16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.

Kund
Multiflorum
Wadellia
Trilobata
Ocimum
Sanctum
Cestrum
nocturmum
Tabernaemontan
a coronaria
variegated
Plumbago
Capensis
Lumonea
Spectablis
Tecoma Capensis
Golden

Kund

0.45

40.50

Wadellia

0.6

95.00

Tulsi

0.3

38.00

Ratrani

0.45

216.90

Tagar
variegated

0.45

710.95

chitrak

0.45

139.00

0.45

51.00

0.45

48.00

0.45

45.00

0.45

77.50

1.5
0.45

15.50
42.00

0.45
0.3

149.60
98.00

0.3

75.50

0.3

25.00

0.6

276.75

0.6

48.60

Ravenia
Spectablis
Tecoma
Capensis
Golden
Nerium Oleander Oleander
Carnea
Single red
Ixora Hybrid Red ixora duffii
red
Plumeria pudica
hibiscus rosa
hibiscus
sinensis
single red
Oleander Dwarf
lantana white
lantana
erect
white
Lantanq blue
lantana
erect
Blue
Lantana camara
lantana red
red
caesalpinia
caesalpinea
pulcherima
red
caesalpinia
caesalpinia
pulcherima flava yellow

Creepers:
Sr.
No.

Name

Qty. Nos.

Chairman
111

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Krushna Kamal
Kusar

1
2

4
4

List of Existing Trees:
Sr.
No.
1
2
3

Common Name

Height

Aamba
Aamba
Umbar

Diamete
r
1.72
1.74
1.29

4

Babul

0.98

20.00

5

Bor

0.73

15.00

6

Babul

0.94

20.00

7

Babul

1.08

20.00

8

Unknown Vel

0.40

15.00

9

Kadu limb

1.47

40.00

10

Babul

1.29

15.00

11

Kadu limb

0.73

15.00

12

Peru

0.99

20.00

13

Peru

0.81

20.00

14

Babul

1.29

30.00

15

Umbar

1.29

20.00

16

Kadu limb

1.32

30.00

25.00
25.00
25.00

Budgetary allocation:
Capital Cost : 20 Lakhs
O & M Cost : 4 Lakh/annum

Chairman
112

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Energy

Power supply: Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution
Company Ltd.
Sr.
No.
1

Source of power supply :Maharashtra State
Electricity Distribution Company Ltd.

2

During Construction Phase
- Demand Load

60 KW

During Operation Phase,
a) Demand Load
b) Connected Load

2629.5 KW
2629.5 KW

3

Traffic Management

Power Requirement

4

DG set as Power Back –
up during operation phase

1 no. x 200 KVA

5

Transformer

5 nos. x 630 KVA

6

Fuel used

HSD

Energy saving measures
• Common area lighting with CFL lamp
• All lifts will be soft - staring
• Energy Efficient pumping
• High efficiency LED/CFL light for street light in place of
Metal Halide
• Solar water heating system to Common Toilet of each flat.
Nos. of the junction to the main road & design of
confluence: Site is near to Mumbai Pune express high way.
Parking details:
• Number and area of basement: One Basement for each
building, Area: 9908.53 m2
• Number and area of podia: Not Applicable
Parking Statement
Parking Requirement as per MD
Flats below 80.0 m2 No. 234 Car
Scooter Cycle
(For 2 Flats – 1:4:4)
117
468
468
Flats above 80.0 m2
420
630
840
2
Below 150.0 m
No. 210 (For 1 Flat – 2:3:4)
Commercial 500.00 m2
20
60
20
(For 100 m2 – 4:12:4
Total Parking Required
557
1158
1296
Total Parking Provided
559
1158
Width of all Internal roads (m): Main approach road of width
18 m. (D.P. Road)
Chairman
113

. Total 293 trees to be planted along the boundary wall located minimum 1. NA is yet to be obtained. including air. Pune. 5. if the road is not constructed before the completion of the project.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. 2012 Environmental Management plan Budgetary Allocation Construction Phase: 7. Depth of RWH bore shall be 12 m instead of 10 m. land. 3. NO OC may be issued unless the 18 m road is constructed. Submit the consent for water supply and waste water disposal from the competent authority 7. 6. soil. water. Submit PMC order along with the DCR extract applicable for the amenity space handed over to PMC for which reservation for HDH is made. submit an undertaking to construct 18 m wide DP road on their own. 2.5 lakhs Operation Phase: Capital cost: 51 lakhs and O&M cost: 27. Submit a note on energy conservation measures in accordance with ECBC / BEE guidelines.5 m away from the wall. 4.SEAC decided to recommend the proposal for Environmental Clearance only after complying with the following conditions: 1. Chairman 114 .5 lakhs Decision: The case was discussed on the basis of the presentation made and documents submitted by the proponent. All issues related to environment. Submit an undertaking that the project will be commenced only after receiving NA permission from Collector. ecology and biodiversity and social aspects were discussed.

29 Sq. Near Wagheshwar Temple. m Net Plot area: 11025Sq.P + 11 Floors Building C. Behind Moze College. – 1185/A. 24 Subject: Environmental clearance for “Konark Meadows” at Gat No.RCC work P+8+ BBM 4th floor Building C.57 Sq.097.): 13225. Saitech Research & Development Organization Gat No.97 Sq.): 14700 Sq.P + 11 Floors Building B. Behind Moze College. – 3. 176 Flats Chairman 115 .): 8872. m. Wagholi. Karia Realty (File No. m.P + 11 Floors Total flat: 176 nos.00Sq. m. Wagholi.M Ground-coverage Percentage (%): 1538.RCC work P+8+ BBM 5th floor Building D.): 13230.M • Total BUA area (sq.11 crs Configuration of Buildings Building A.28 Sq. Karia Realty M/S. – 3. m Deductions: 3675 Sq. 2012 Item No.P + 12 Floors Building D. Pune Construction project 8(a) B2 Wagholi gram panchayat The Work has been initiated and the construction details are as follows: Building A. Plot No. Plot No.M • FSI area (sq.M • Non FSI area (sq. – 1185/A.RCC work P+7+ BBM 4th floor Building B. SEAC 2211 / CR 984 / TC2) The Project Proponent explained the proposal before the committee and committee noted project details furnished by the Project Proponent as: Name of the Project Project Proponent Consultant Location of the project Type of Project Category Whether in Corporation / Municipal / other area Note on the initiated work (If applicable) Total Plot Area Permissible FSI Proposed Built-up Area (FSI & NonFSI) Ground-coverage Percentage (%) Estimated cost of the project No.RCC work P+1 Total Plot Area (sq. of building & its configuration(s) Number of tenants and shops “Konark Meadows” M/s. m Permissible FSI (including TDR etc.): 22.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. m.M (Construction + land) : Rs 44. Near Wagheshwar Temple. Pune by M/s.

05 mtrs.37. 15 M 6M Dry season: • Fresh water (CMD): 70.36 m3/day.5m x 5 nos.35.033 CMD • Source: Borewll/Tanker • Recycled water (CMD): 55.620 CMD • STP technology: MBBR Chairman 116 .505 CMD • Total Water Requirement (CMD):111.38 m3/day. 5 recharge borewells are proposed • Location of the RWH tank(s): As per attached Drawing • Size.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. no of recharge pits and Quantity: 1. 2012 Number of expected residents / users Tenant density per hector Height of the building(s) Right of way (Width of the road) Turning radius for easy access of fire tender movement from all around the building excluding the width for the plantation Total Water Requirement Rain Water Harvesting (RWH) UGT tanks Storm water drainage Sewage and Waste water 880 people 120 per hector Building A.35. Building B.775CMD • Swimming pool make up (Cum): 9. Building C. Building D.538 CMD • Swimming pool make up (CMD): same as above • Fire Fighting (CMD): same as above • Level of the Ground water table: 14 M Below ground • Size and no of RWH tank(s) and Quantity: capacity of 1 RHW borewell is 8. • Size of SWD: As per attached Drawing • Sewage generation (CMD): 100.92 mtrs. • Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) Capital: 60 lakhs O&M: 4.250 CMD • Fire Fighting (Cum): 200 CMD Wet Season: • Fresh water (CMD):70.37.30 mtrs.95 mtrs.033 CMD • Source: Borewell/Tanker • Recycled water (CMD): 41.742 CMD • Total Water Requirement (CMD):125.0 lakhs • Location(s) of the UGT tank(s) as per attached Drawing • Natural water drainage pattern: Maintained • Quantity of storm water: 190.5 m x 1.

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Capacity of STP (CMD): one STP (101 m3/day)
Location of the STP: As per drawing
DG sets (during emergency): 1 No.180 kva
Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost)
Capital:10 lakhs
O&M: 2.69 lakhs per annum
Waste generation in the Pre Construction and Construction phase:
• Waste generation: 25 Kg/day from workers
• Quantity of the top soil to be preserved
• Disposal of the construction way debris: Demolished Debris:
NA
• Excavation is for building footings and leveling of ground
• Excavated Quantity: 3180 m3.
Waste generation in the operation Phase:
• Dry waste (Kg/day): 171.89 Kg/day
• Wet waste (Kg/day): 165.15 Kg/day
• E – waste (Kg/month): Nil
• Hazardous waste (Kg/month):Nil
• Biomedical waste (Kg/month) (If applicable):Nil
• STP Sludge (Dry sludge) (Kg/day): 10 Kg/day
Mode of Disposal of waste:
• Dry waste: Send to Gram Panchayat Wagholi.
• Wet waste: Vessel Composting (OWC)
• E – waste: Nil
• Hazardous waste: Nil
• Biomedical waste (If applicable): Nil
• STP Sludge (Dry sludge): Used as manure
Area requirement:
1. Location(s) and total area provided for the storage and treatment of
the solid waste: As per Drawing
Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost)
Capital Cost: 4 laks
O&M Cost: 1 lakh per annum
RG area under green belt:
• RG on the ground :1060 Sq.m
• Podium (sq. m.): 1034.2 sq. m.
Plantation:
• Number and list of trees species to be planted in the ground
RG: 170 Nos. of trees
Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost)
Capital cost: 19.20 lakhs
O&M: 3 lakhs per annum



Solid waste
Management

Green Belt
Development

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Energy

Power supply:
• Maximum demand: 700 KW
• Connected load: 49.55 KW
• Source: MSEDCL
Energy saving by non-conventional method:
• Energy saving measures: Solar Lighting, CFL
• Detail calculations & % of saving: 30.9 %
• Compliance of the ECBC guidelines: (Yes / No) (If yes then
submit compliance in tabular form): Yes
• Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost)
Capital Cost: 50 lakhs
O&M: 2 lakhs
DG Set:
• Number and capacity of the DG sets to be used: 1 No.180 kva
• Type of fuel used: HSD
Traffic Management Parking details:
• Total Parking area: 2900.30 sq.mt
• Area per car: ( after deducting ramp and service and duct area)
• Car: 127 nos
• 2-Wheelar: 237 Nos
• Cycle: 237 Nos
• Width of all Internal roads (m): 6 M
Environmental
Construction phase:
Management
plan
• Capital cost: 50 lakhs, O & M cost: 10 lakhs
Budgetary
Operation Phase:
Allocation
• Capital cost: 337 lakhs, O&M cost: 92 lakhs
Decision:
The case was discussed on the basis of the presentation made and documents submitted by
the proponent. All issues related to environment, including air, water, land, soil, ecology and
biodiversity and social aspects were discussed.
PP stated that the construction work has already been initiated and Buildings A, B C and D
have been built. PP stated that he has handed over the amenity space to the Collector in lieu of
which additional FSI is claimed and the total built up area now exceeds 20,000 m2 and hence
applied for EC.
The Committee noted that the current approach road is 5 m wide and there is a proposed
DP road of 18 m width. The maximum height of the building is 37.25 m, therefore, the project
cannot be considered in light of MoEF OM dated 7.02.2012, until the DP road of 18 m width
is constructed. The PP has not obtained the consents for water supply and drainage facility
from competent authorities. In view of the nonavailability of the major prerequisites, SEAC
decided to recommend rejection of the proposal for Environmental Clearance

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Item No. 25
Subject: Environmental clearance for the setting up of Bulk Drug manufacturing unit at
plot no. E-2, MIDC, Chincholi, Solapur by M/s. Avon Organics Limited (Bio-Tech
Division)
(File No.: SEAC- 2011/CR.697/ TC.2)
The PP was absent.

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Tq: Haveli.mt.93 FSI) Non FSI area (sq.99 Sq. 26 Subject: Environmental clearance for the proposed Construction (Housing Project) “Manjri Green Woods” at Survey No.46 Note on the initiated work • Date and area details in the necessary approvals issued by the competent authority (attach scan copies) Total Plot Area (sq.29 Ground-coverage Percentage (%) 30.): 18.936. m. Dist: Pune-28 Construction (Housing Project) Type of Project 8(a) B2 Category • Total constructed work (FSI+ Non FSI): 11. Net Plot area: 21. m.500.382.36 Total BUA area (sq.25m P+9: 28.00 Sq. Permissible FSI (including TDR etc.445.5 m tender movement from all around the building excluding the width for the plantation Total Water Requirement Dry season: Chairman 120 . of building & its configuration(s) apartments 464 Tenements Number of tenants and shops Name of the Project Project Proponent Consultant Location of the project Number of expected residents / users 2320 Tenant density per hector Height of the building(s) 250 P+4: 14. 2012 Item No.117. Manjri Budruk.525.5 m Right of way (Width of the road) 18 m Turning radius for easy access of fire 7.01 Sq. m. m.079. Deductions: 9. SEAC 2211 / CR 935 / TC2) The Project Proponent explained the proposal before the committee and committee noted project details furnished by the Project Proponent as: Manjri Green Woods M/s Maloji Constructions M/s Mahabal Enviro Engineers Pvt Ltd Survey No.mt. 73A/1 +2A + 75/2 (P). Manjri Budruk.41% Estimated cost of the project 49 Cr 14 Residential Buildings.) 27. Dist: Pune-28 by M/s Maloji Constructions (File No.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Tq: Haveli.) 45. with 2 and 3 BHK No.FSI area (sq. 73A/1 +2A + 75/2 (P).0 Proposed Built-up Area (FSI & Non.) Total Plot Area: 30. P+4 & P+9.mt.) 1.

00.000/. no of recharge pits and Quantity: 2.00.75 m width.000/O & M Cost: 6.a.5m Length X 0.869. Rain Water Harvesting (RWH) Storm water drainage Sewage and Waste water Solid waste Management Wet Season: • Fresh water (CMD): 209 & Source: Well water/ Manjri Grampanchayat • Recycled water (CMD): 104 • Total Water Requirement (CMD): 313 • Swimming pool make up (CMD): 5 • Fire fighting (CMD): 2.52 KL/yr • Size of SWD: 300 to 600 mm • Sewage generation (CMD) : 271 • STP technology: Deep Tank Aeration System • Capacity of STP (CMD) : 275 • Location of the STP : Plan enclosed • DG sets (during emergency) : 62.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. 2012 • Fresh water (CMD): 209 & Source: Well water/ Manjri Grampanchayat • Recycled water (CMD): 134 • Total Water Requirement (CMD): 343 • Swimming pool make up (Cum): 5 • Fire fighting (Cum): 2. • Natural water drainage pattern: As per contour • quantity of storm water : 13.000 Lit.5 m • Size and no of RWH tank(s) and Quantity: NA • Location of the RWH tank(s): NA • Size. • Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) Capital cost: 6.000/O&M cost: 75.000/-p. Waste generation in the Pre Construction and Construction phase: • Waste generation • Quantity of the top soil to be preserved: 7000 CUM • Disposal of the construction way debris: Land filling on the same site Waste generation in the operation Phase: • Dry waste (Kg/day): 406 • Wet waste (Kg/day): 661 • E – waste (Kg/month): NA • Hazardous waste (Kg/month): NA • Biomedical waste (Kg/month) (If applicable): NA • STP Sludge (Dry sludge) (Kg/day): 40 Mode of Disposal of waste: Chairman 121 .a.5 KVA X 1 No. • Level of the Ground water table : 3. 35 No.p.000 Lit. • Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) Capital Cost: 30.00.00.00.

): 4911 Sq.a Total RG area: 1.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. m. RG area other than green belt (Please specify for Play ground. CFL lamps shall be used for Common area lighting  Use of non conventional energy i.000/-p.50.33.p. trees to be transplanted: NA • NOC for the Tree cutting / transplantation/ compensatory plantation. Plantation: • Number and list of trees species to be planted in the ground RG: List enclosed as Enclosure III • Number and list of shrubs and bushes species to be planted in the podium RG: NA • Number and list of trees species to be planted around the border of nallah / stream / pond (If any): NA • Number. RG area under green belt: • RG on the ground (sq. Solar water heating system  Transformers are located close to load center to minimize transmission losses Thus total energy saving will be 3160 unit/ day Chairman 122 . m.86 KW • Connected load : 2141. Power supply: • Maximum demand : 2141. Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) Capital cost: 12. size.) 2.) : NA 3.m Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) Capital Cost: 6.e.a. etc.50. if any : NA 4.000/. 2012 Green Belt Development Energy • Dry waste: Through Authorized vendors • Wet waste: OWC • E – waste: NA • Hazardous waste: NA • Biomedical waste (If applicable): NA • STP Sludge (Dry sludge): Manure Area requirement: 1.000/O&M cost : 1.86 KW • Source : MSEDCL Energy saving by non-conventional method: • Energy saving measures  Use of T5-28W.520/. age and species of trees to be cut.000/O&M cost : 4. Location(s) and total area provided for the storage and treatment of the solid waste: Total Area: 80Sq.p. O&M cost: 5.00.a.00. m • RG on the podium (sq.

00.000/TOTAL: 15.000/OWC : 6. • Public Transport Width of all Internal roads (m): 12 and 9 m plan Construction phase (with Break-up): • Capital cost STP : 30.5 KVA (1No) • Type of fuel used : Diesel Nos.00.00.000/SWN : 1.00.25.000/Landscape : 12.50.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.000/Landscape : 1.000/OWC : 4.00.000/Renewable Energy use : 2.a.000/RWH : 75. 2012 Traffic Management Environmental Management Budgetary Allocation • Detail calculations & 35% of saving • Compliance of the ECBC guidelines: (Yes / No) (If yes then submit compliance in tabular form) • Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) Capital cost: 1.00.60 Sq m • Area per car • 2-Wheelar : 464No.p.00.50.000/Renewable Energy use : 1. of the junction to the main road & design of confluence: 1 No.000/• Quantum and generation of Corpus fund and Commitment : By Project Proponent • Responsibility for further O &M: Till handing over Project Proponent.00.000/RWH : 6. After that to society.000/O&M cost: 2. • 4-Wheeler : 240No.00.00. Parking details: • Number and area of basement: NA • Number and area of podia :NA • Total Parking area : 6.84.000/. DG Set: • Number and capacity of the DG sets to be used : 82.000/Operation Phase (with Break-up)• O&M cost (Please ensure manpower and other details) STP : 6.5 KVA (1No) & 62.00. Decision: Chairman 123 .00.50.000/TOTAL: 1.000/SWN : 30.00.841.

4. Chairman 124 . land. PP shall confirm that the 12 m wide approach road from high way to their plot is the dedicated one and not a public road. Submit consent for water supply and waste water disposal from the competent authority. Submit water budget details justifying the wate allocation for gardening purpose. water.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. including air. soil. All issues related to environment. ecology and biodiversity and social aspects were discussed. Relocate STP suitably so as to make the rear side of the building free of obstructions. 2012 The case was discussed on the basis of the presentation made and documents submitted by the proponent. 6. 8. 2. Submit the technical details of STP. The PP is directed to comply with the following observations: 1. 7. Relocate lift from open well of the staircase to appropriate location. 3. 5. Submit geotechnical and hydrogeological design calculations for RWH. Total 421 trees (21 species) to be evenly planted in the plot and near the border wall along the nalla.

27 Subject: Environmental clearance for the expansion of Educational Campus at village Marunji.No.No. 2012 Item No. H.No. 28 Subject: Environmental clearance for the Proposed Residential & Commercial Complex on plot bearing S No. Chairman 125 . Item No. 1/2/5/6.No. 1 to 9. Pune by M/s. SEAC 2211 / CR 937 / TC2) The PP was absent. 331. Alard Charitable Trust (File No.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. SEAC 2211 / CR 977 / TC2) The PP requested to postpone the project appraisal. H. Dist. H. 337. Viva Swaraj (File No. S.No. 2. 336. Pune by M/s. Hinjewadi. Village Bavdhan Budruk. S.

land. 15 CMD during Operation.83 Bulk LPG Raw materials Production details 120 TMTPA Capacity LPG Bottling Plant 10 CMD during Construction. Tal Mohol. MIDC Chincholi. As the proposed project is located in MIDC area. Dist Solapur Longitude – 17-46-22. the project proponent shall cover the following aspects in their EIA studies. 29 Subject: TOR for 120 TMTPA New LPG Bottling Plant at F-5. Tal Mohol. water.Isolated storage & handling of hazardous chemicals (As per threshold planning quantity indicated in column 3 of schedule 2 & 3 of MSIHC Rules 1989 amended 2000) 42. ecology and biodiversity and social aspects were discussed. viz.82 Latitude – 75-48-20. the project proponent may approach the committee for the appraisal. SEAC 3512 / CR 207 / TC2) The Project Proponent explained the proposal before the committee and committee noted project details furnished by the Project Proponent as: Name of the Project Project Proponent New project/Expansion in existing project / Diversification in exiting project Type of project: Activity serial Number as per MoEF Notification (amended) Total plot Area: Location details of the project : 120 TMTPA New LPG Bottling Plant M/s Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited New 6(b) . Water Budget 500 KW Electricity. 2012 Item No. HAZOP Study and submit EIA Report as per MoEF guidelines incorporating the risk assemment results. public hearing is exempted. SEAC decided to consider the project under Category B1. Risk Assessment study. MIDC Chincholi. 630 KVA DG Set Energy Decision: The case was discussed on the basis of the presentation made and documents submitted by the proponent. including air.50 Acres F-5. All issues related to environment.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. After this. Besides the model TOR furnished in these minutes/on website. Dist Solapur by M/s Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (File No. Chairman 126 .

at Plot No – D-85 & D-86 MIDC Wai.Wai. Dist-Satara by M/s Precious Alco And Petro Chem. 2012 Item No. SEAC 2011 / CR 871 / TC2) The PP was absent. Pvt Ltd (File No. Tal . Chairman 127 .Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. 30 Subject: TOR for the modernization/ modification of industrial project.

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Item No. 31
Subject:

Environmental clearance for the Installation of 55 MW Gas Based Power Plant
at JSW Ispat Limited, Geetapuram, Dolvi Village, Tal. Pen, Dist. Raigad by
M/s. JSW Ispat Steel Limited (Compliance cases)

(File No. SEAC 2011 / CR-583 / TC2)

Decision:
In this case, PP informed SEAC in its 55th meeting that he has also applied for an expansion of
steel manufacturing from 3 MTPA to 5 MTPA capacity and CPP of 300 MW based on blast
furnace gas. Considering this, SEAC, in its previous meeting, advised PP to seek clarification
from MoEF whether the proposal for 50 MW and 300 MW power plant and the expansion of steel
plant have to be combined into one or not. PP has not submitted the clarification from MoEF in
response to Circular dated 22nd March, 2010. After delebration the Committee decided that the
project falls into Category A and the two proposals are interlinked. Therefore, PP is advised to
approach MoEF for EC.

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Item No. 32
Subject: Environmental clearance for the Defense City at Village Bhawadi, Taluka: Haveli,
Dist: Pune by M/s. Vinay Tiwari
(File No. SEAC 2211 / CR -987/ TC2)

The PP was absent.

Item No. 33
Subject: Environmental clearance for 'The Latitude', Expansion Residential project at
S.No.18, Hissa No.6 Kondhawa Khurd, NIBM Road, Pune by M/s. Ahura Builders
(File No. SEAC 2211 / CR-983 / TC2)

The PP was absent.

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Item No. 34
Subject: TOR for the “Setting of Incineration Plant (Waste to Energy) for Municipal Solid
Waste at Survey no. 15, 16, 17 & 18, Daighar village, Thane by Thane Municipal
Corporation
(File No. SEAC 3712 / CR-159 / TC2)

The Project Proponent explained the proposal before the committee and committee noted
project details furnished by the Project Proponent as:
Name of the
Project
Project Proponent
Consultant
New
project/Expansion
in existing project
/ Diversification in
exiting project
Previous
Considerations
Type of project:
Total plot Area:
Estimated cost of
the project :
Location details of
the project :
Distance from
Protected
Areas
Raw materials
(including
process chemicals,
catalysts, &
additives)

Production details

“Setting of Incineration Plant (Waste to Energy) for Municipal Solid Waste
for Thane Municipal Corporation”
Municipal Commissioner, Thane Municipal Corporation
M/s Fine Envirotech Engineers
New project

Nil
7(i) & 1(d) Incineration Plant (Waste to Energy) for Municipal Solid Waste
199800 m2
Rs. 250 crores
Latitude: 19 o 08’25” N
Longitude: 73o 03’13” E
Location: Survey no. 15,16, 17 & 18, Daighar village, Thane
PP has informed that there is no protected area/ critically polluted area/ eco
sensitive area/ inter state boundaries near the project
List of
raw
materials
to be used

Physical
&
chemical
nature of
raw
material
Municipal Solid
solid
waste
Main Product - Power

Quantity
(tones/year)
full
production
capacity

Source of
materials

365000

Thane
city

Means of
transportation
(Source to
storage site)
with
justification
In covered
trucks

Concept / Flow diagram for production of Waste to Energy

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2012 Diagrammatic representation of process to be adopted Process details / manufacturing details Waste to Energy is a viable and sustainable option for proper disposal of municipal solid waste and simultaneously generating a clean/ renewable energy. The processing scheme includes the following steps: Pre sorting grate combustion Steam production Renewable energy Components of Incinerator (W2E) Any incineration plant includes following four main categories of equipment: • Pretreatment • Combustion system • Energy recovery • Flue gas cleaning Mass burning incineration with a movable grate incinerator is a widely used and thoroughly tested technology for waste incineration. but less widely applied. Some Chairman 131 . It meets the demands for technical performance and is capable of accommodating large variations in waste composition and calorific value. The Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) shall be processed for energy recovery before disposal for landfill. mass burning alternative is the rotary kiln.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Another.

a fluidized bed may be applied for combustion of pretreated and homogenized municipal solid waste. Incinerating municipal solid waste generates large volumes of flue gases. and the fluidized bed is therefore not recommended. in Japan. and for this purpose it is widely applied—for instance. However. The flue gases carry residues from incomplete combustion and a wide range of pollutants. not thoroughly proven on municipal solid waste. The flue gas cleaning equipment must be at least a two-field ESP (basic emission control. only the mass burning principle with a movable grate fulfils this criterion. the supplier must have numerous reference plants in successful operation for a number of years. Ash. however. dust<30 mg/Nm3). The pollutants and their concentration depend on the composition of the waste incinerated and the combustion conditions. Full leachate Chairman 132 . TOC<10 mg/Nm3). the incineration technologies for burning pretreated and homogenized waste are of limited use—and historically. A controlled landfill must be available for residue disposal. as much as possible. The fluidized bed technology has a number of appealing characteristics in relation to combustion technique. especially NOx and organic compounds such as dioxins. heavy metals. The boiler is also a necessary technical installation for energy recovery. The furnace must be designed for stable and continuous operation and complete burnout of the waste and flue gases (CO<50 mg/Nm3.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. and a variety of organic and inorganic compounds can be found in varying quantities. The flue gases from the furnace must be cooled to 200°C or lower before flue gas treatment. The design of the combustion system must obstruct the formation of pollutants. such technologies have typically failed. These technologies offer some benefits in terms of reduced furnace size and improved energy efficiency. Furthermore. At present. The flue gases carrying the energy released in a waste incineration furnace have to be cooled in a boiler before the air pollution control system. The Technical Guidance Report published by World Bank enumerates the key criteria for Incineration Technology as follows: The technology should be based on the mass burning principle with a movable grate. When implementing a new municipal solid waste incineration plant. The advantages are. the front end processing that shreds and mixes the wastes is demanding and expensive. Theoretically. the technology must be based on feasible and well-proven technology. for production of “refuse derived fuel”. such as metal and glass—for example. The fluidized bed may be good for special types of industrial waste. A main benefit of solid waste incineration is the possibility of reusing the waste as fuel for energy production. The other major benefit of this technology is that it uses least land as compared to other established technology for waste processing. 2012 technologies pretreat the waste stream to remove non-carbonaceous materials. Therefore.

the neutralizing reaction tower. Construction of sanitary landfill: in accordance with the MSW Handling Rules 2000. or at least 70 meters high. Etc.Processing: mixed MSW will be manually segregated for removal of poly vinyl plastics and other hazardous materials.18m Size and no of RWH tanks and qty. ejecting and cooling systems. Energy recovery plant: The semi processed RDF shall be heated in power plant boilers through environment friendly heating process to generate steam which would be sent to a turbine for energy recovery. only inert material shall be sent to landfill. asphalt concrete.processing plant. Total water requirement: Fresh water (CMD): 100 m3/day (+ 50 m3/day)* Source: Thane Municipal Corporation Recycled water (CMD): Use of the water: Process (CMD): NA Cooling water (CMD): 60 m3/day DM Water (CMD): NA Dust Suppression (CMD): NA Drinking (CMD): 10 m3/day Green belt (CMD): 30 m3/day Fire service (CMD): *50 m3/day (not required daily) All storm water in project area will be connected to drain.0 km. Ash handling plant: The ash produced during the energy recovery process shall be collected and can be used as an aggregate substitute material in cement.000 metric tons and the weekly variations in the waste supply to the waste incineration plant should not exceed 20 percent. Water Budget RWH Procedure for MSW Processing and Disposal Adopted by Thane Municipal Corporation The Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) shall be processed for energy recovery before disposal for landfill. Municipal solid waste incineration plants should be in land-use zones dedicated to medium or heavy industry.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Level of the Ground water table. brick products. The stack should be twice the height of the tallest building within 1. active carbon receiving and storing system. pre duster.. Flue gas treatment plant: The flue gas cleaning system shall be installed as a waste treatment line. It comprises of receiving and storing hydrated lime. filter bag and ash transporting system. The annual amount of waste for incineration should not be less than 50. Thus the MSW shall be converted into Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) in the pre.NA Chairman 133 . The processing scheme includes the following steps: MSW Pre. Metal parts shall be removed using a magnetic separator while inerts shall be screened using a trammel. 2012 control must be exercised at the landfill.

5 nos. age and species of trees to be cut. SO2.to be finalised Size.0.6 m wide x 1.plain quantity of storm water 800 m3/hour at peak rainfall Size of SWD. Botanical Name 1 Albizia lebbeck 2 Azadirachta indica 3 Pongamia glabra 4 Ficus religiosa 5 Anthocephallus cadamba 6 Tamarindus indicus 7 Terminalia spp 8 Bauhinia racemosa 9 Bombax malabaricum 10 Phyllanthus emblica The plant shall be operated using electricity Construction phase: 300 KVA Operational phase: 750 KVA Sr Pollutant Source of Emission 1 CO -2 Others -TOC As per EU standards Pollutants Emission (SPM. m.No.500nos Development Number. Size.) Limit (mg/Nm3) SPM 10 SO2 50 Common name Shirish Neem Karanj Pipal Kadamb chinch Badam Apta Savri Amla Emission rate (kg/hr) --- Concentration in flue gas (g/m3) < 50mg/Nm3 < 10mg/Nm3 Proposed limit (mg/Nm3) MPCB Consent (mg/Nm3) 50 NA Chairman 134 . 2012 Location of the RWH tanks.25m depth (0. Standard etc. nos of recharge pits and qty.3m x 0. Drainage Natural water drainage pattern .Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.4m diameter channel) Sewage and Waste Amount of sewage generation (CMD): 30 m3/day Proposed treatment for the sewage: Biofilter by Thermax water Capacity of the STP (CMD) (If applicable): 30 m3/day -Solid waste Management: Green Belt area (Sq. trees to be transplanted Species of trees to be planted Details of Fuel used: Energy Atmospheric Emissions Emission Standard Sr.10 lac/ annum All storm water in project area will be connected to already existing Storm water municipal drain. (3m x 3m x 4m) Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O & M cost).): 33% of total plot area Green Belt Number & Species of trees to be planted.

0 HF 1. from ground level (m) Stack Emissions Furnace Ambient Air Quality Data Pollutant PM 10 PM 2. 2012 NO2 200-400 CO 50-150 HCl 10.1 Hg 0.5.1 Total metals 0.4 80 23. no. 1 2 3 4 1 Internal diameter (Top) (m) 450 NA 50 NA NA NA NA 0. No. 1 2 3 4 Sr.4 Proposed to be installed Within limit Within limit Within limit Within limit Within limit Air Water Noise Solid Waste Stacks of adequate height STP to be installed Thick green vegetation and acoustics The proposed project is incineration of solid waste Recurring Capital cost cost per (in lacs) annum (in lacs) Air pollution Control 18 35 Water Pollution Control 20 80 Noise Pollution Control 6 28 Environmental Monitoring 10 and Management Chairman 135 .05-0.0 Dioxins and 0.3 60 35.9 80 24.0 Cd + TI 0.05-0.5 2 <0.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. rate of exhaust gases Twice the To be height of decided the tallest building within 1 km or at least 70m Permissible Proposed Remarks Standard Concentration (µg/m3) (µg/m3) 100 62.1 ng furans TEQ/m3 Plant section Stack Height & units No.5 SO2 NOx CO Details of Pollution Control Systems Environmental Management plan Budgetary Allocation Sr.1 ng TEQ/m3 Emission Temp.1.

operating conditions. the project proponent may approach the committee for the appraisal. water. 2012 5 Reclamation borrow/ mined area (If applicable) NA NA 6 7 8 Occupational Health Green Belt Solid Waste management 9 Others ( Pl specify) Total 15 12 The proposed project is incineration of solid waste -81 -22 The proposed project is incineration of solid waste -165 Decision: The case was discussed on the basis of the presentation made and documents submitted by the proponent. public consultation will also be required.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. viz. including air. soil. ecology and biodiversity and social aspects were discussed. Besides the model TOR furnished in these minutes / on website. Chairman 136 . superimposed on the contour map shall be prepared and submitted along with RWH and storm water drainage design details. As the project is not located in a designated industrial area. land. mitigation and monitoring of various parameters of various air emissions pertaining to incinerator. A large scale layout. the project proponent shall cover the following points in their EIA studies. SEAC decided to consider the project under Category B1. After this. compliance to MoEF guidelines pertaining to design specification. All issues related to environment. All the results of Risk Assessment study and HAZOP Study shall be incorporated into the EIA report as per MoEF guidelines.

. Pune Whether in Corporation / Municipal / other area Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation Applicability of the DCR DCR.): 61.13 Sq. SEAC 2212 / CR -248 / TC2) The Project Proponent explained the proposal before the committee and committee noted project details furnished by the Project Proponent as: Name of Project Proposed Housing Scheme for MHADA at S.153(P).as per PCMC Note on the initiated work (If applicable) • Total constructed work (FSI+ Non FSI) • Date and area details in the necessary approvals issued by the competent authority (attach scan copies) : Not applicable LOI / NOC from MHADA Date and construction area details mentioned in the approved / Other approvals (If letter applicable) Total Plot Area (sq. 35 Subject: Environmental clearance for MHADA’s Mass Housing Project at Morwadi.): 49.m Total Deductions : 6500. Pune (File No.) Permissible FSI : 61.86% (including podium) Chairman 137 .596.) : 26. Pimpri Waghere.m Ground-coverage 45.13 Sq. Pune Name of the Proponent Mr Rajendra Nimbalkar.No. m.88 sq. Pimpri Waghere.No.Housing Project project / Industrial Estate / SRA scheme / MHADA / Township or others Location of the project Proposed Housing Scheme for MHADA at S.m Net Plot area : NA Permissible FSI (including No provision of TDR TDR etc.152.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Pimpri.25 sq. Morwadi.m • Non FSI area (sq.14 Sq.771.152.m Proposed Built-up Area (FSI & Non-FSI) • FSI area (sq.11. m.02 Sq. Morwadi. m. 2012 Item No.150. Type of project: Housing MHADA.367.539. m.771. Name of the Consultant M/s Aditya Environmental Services Pvt. Ltd.) Deductions Net Plot area Total Plot Area (sq. Chief Officer.153(P).m • Total BUA area (sq. m.150.): 1.

1 Part basement + 2 Number of tenants and shops 888 Residential units 4 Offices 1 Nursing home 1 Day care centre 12 Shops 2 Showrooms Number of expected residents / users Expected residents: 4440 No. Distance is 2.1 Part basement+Podium parking+12 Building L. of building & its configuration(s) Residential – 4 Nos.68 CMD • Swimming pool make up (Cum): Nil • Fire fighting (Cum): UG : 75.1 Part basement+Podium parking+14 Amenity .000 lit OHT : 10.000 lit. 160 Crores No. Proposed commercial floating population: 384 No.1 Nos. Turning radius for easy access of fire tender movement from all around the building excluding the width for the plantation Main access roads are 12m wide and remaining all internal roads are min 6m wide.1 Part basement+Podium parking+12 Building J.1 Part basement+Podium parking+12 Building K. (18 buildings with core) Building M. 2012 Estimated cost of the project Rs. (For each building) Wet Season: Chairman 138 . for easy access of fire tender movement. Existing structure(s) No existing structures on the proposed site.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Tenant density per hector 334 tenaments/hector (for residential) Height of the building(s) Maximum height: 50 m (including staircase room and over head water tank) Right of way (Width of the road) Nearest fire station is at Pimpri near D.36 CMD Source: PCMC • Recycled water (CMD): 261. Details of the demolition with disposal (If applicable) Not applicable Total Water Requirement Dry season: • Fresh water (CMD): 405.Y Patil Engineering College.9 Kms from fire station to the proposed building.32 CMD • Total Water Requirement (CMD): 616.

34. 16 • DG sets (during emergency) : DG Set No.0 m depth with borewell upto 15 m • Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) Capital Cost: Rs. 8.5 KVA • Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) Capital cost: Rs.36 CMD Source: PCMC • Recycled water (CMD): 261.(Rupees Sixty Thousand only) UGT tanks • Location(s) of the UGT tank(s) Please refer to Appendix 22_Location og Under Ground water Tank Storm Water drainage • Natural water drainage pattern: The site has a gentle slope towards the west. Excavated material generated on site shall be reused for road levelling and back filling. 60. • Waste generation : 30kg/day • Quantity of the top soil to be preserved: 1170.(Rupees Eight Lacs Seventy Seven Thousand only) O&M cost: Rs. 2012 • Fresh water (CMD): 405.750/.432 /. The construction waste generated during construction shall be segregated.m • Disposal of the construction waste debris : No demolition work involved.27 cu.000 lit.77. Chairman 139 .m/sec Size of SWD : 450 mm X 450 mm Sewage and Waste water • Sewage generation (CMD) 493.000 lit OHT : 10.5 m dia X 3. no of recharge pits and Quantity : 10 Nos.1 – 62. 91.000/. Size: 2. 11. (For each building) Rain Water Harvesting (RWH) • Level of the Ground water table: 4 m • Size and no of RWH tank(s) and Quantity: Nil • Location of the RWH tank(s) Please Refer : Appendix 23_Location of Recharge Pits • Size.68 CMD • Swimming pool make up (Cum): Nil • Fire fighting : UGT: 75.000/. reused on site and surplus shall be led to scarp dealers for recycling.(Rupees Eleven Lac Thirty Four Thousand Four Hundred and Thirty Two only) Solid waste Management Waste generation in the Pre Construction and Construction phase: Peak labour assumed to be 150 Nos. • Quantity of storm water : 0.(Rupees Ninety One Lac Eighty Three Lac Seven Hundred and Fifty Only) O & M cost: Rs.22 cu. Overall the site has flat terrain.34 • STP technology : MBBR (Moving Bed Bioreactor) • Capacity of STP (CMD) : 520 CMD • Location of the STP : Please refer Appendix no. thus no debris generated on site due to demolition work.83.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.32 CMD • Total Water Requirement (CMD): 616.

000/.) O&M cost: Rs.m Location: Please refer to appendix no 17 for location of vermicomposting pits.m . m.060 sq.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.11 sq. of trees shall be planted.25. 5.(Rupees Thirty Thousand only) Green Belt Development Total RG area: 1.54 kg/day • Wet waste (Kg/day): 735.No Botanical Name Common Name 1 Albizia lebbeck Shirish Chairman 140 . Location(s) and total area provided for the storage and treatment of the solid waste: 100 sq. m.(Rupees Five lac.) 2. RG area other than green belt (Please specify for playground.000/.m • RG on the podium (sq.) : 5. RG area under green belt: • RG on the ground (sq. Following is the list of tree species to be planted: Sr.) 1. 30. Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) Capital Cost: Rs. Plantation: • Number and list of trees species to be planted in the ground RG: Approximately 331 no.652.74 kg/day • E – waste (Kg/month): Negligible • Hazardous waste (Kg/month): Nil • Biomedical waste (Kg/month) (If applicable): Negligible • STP Sludge (Dry sludge) (Kg/day): 74 kg/day Mode of Disposal of waste: • Dry waste: Waste shall be collected by PCMC municipal solid waste collection system • Wet waste: Treated on site in vermi composting units and used as organic manure for landscaping • E – waste: Handed over to local authorized E-waste collection agency • Hazardous waste: NA • Biomedical waste (If applicable): Handed over to authorized Biomedical waste collection agency • STP Sludge (Dry sludge): Treated on site in vermi composting units and used as organic manure for landscaping Area requirement: 1. 2012 Waste generation in the operation Phase: • Dry waste (Kg/day): 325. etc. Twenty five thousand only.

Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) : Capital cost: Approximately Rs. size.16. Sr.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.197/. fifty thousand only) Energy Power supply: • Maximum demand for Residential: 5192 kW • Connected load: Proposed Residential: 9257 kW (connected load) Proposed Commercial: 88. age and species of trees to be cut.(Rupees Sixteen Lac Fifty Six Thousand One Hundred And Ninety Seven. • NOC for the Tree cutting / transplantation/ compensatory plantation. 5. trees to be transplanted : No trees needs to be uprooted. • Detail calculations & % of saving : 26. CFL’s with electronic ballasts.) O & M Cost: Rs.(Rupees Five lac.No Botanical Name Common Name 1 Adhatoda vasica Adulasa 2 Vitex negundo Nirgud 3 Plumbago zeylanica White plumbago • Number and list of trees species to be planted around the border of nallah / stream / pond (If any): NA • Number. The key Energy conservation measures are – a) Lighting power density in compliance with ECBC Chairman 141 . Electronic Chokes also improved the life of florescent lamps.50.8 kW(connected load) • Source : Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company (MAHADISCOM ) Energy saving by non-conventional method: • Energy saving measures : Use of high efficacy lighting fixtures – T5. Use of electronic ballasts as opposed to the electro-magnetic ballasts shall reduce the loss of energy and improve the operation power factor. if any : Not Applicable 4.3% saving is achieved. 2012 2 Azadiracta indica Neem 3 Bombax ceiba Katesavar 4 Pongamia pinnata Karanj 5 Ailanthus excelsa Maharukh • Number and list of shrubs and bushes species to be planted in the podium RG: 5927 Following are the list of shrubs and bushes species to be planted.000/.56.

ECBC is applicable for non-residential building with HVAC. Following are the ECBS compliance points: Sr ECBC Compliance 1 Section 4. Building envelope ceiling as specified in ECBC 2 Section 5.Mandatory requirements for envelope : 1.4. as applicable. 3 Section 6.U value and SHGS shall be in coordinance with Appendix C.U value shall be determined as per Appendix C. thereby reducing the energy spent in artificial lighting during day time and in cooling devices.2. b) Solar Water heating system shall be proposed to cater to the hot water requirement of the project. 4 Section 7. municipal water pumping. 5. power distribution systems shall be as specified in ECBC.7. Equipment efficiency. d) The elevators shall have group control and VFD.Mandatory requirements for electrical power : Transformers. Energy efficient Motors. Exit signs. lighting for exterior building grounds shall be provided as specified in ECBC.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. 2012 All cables will be de-rated to avoid heating during use.2. thereby saving energy.2.Service water heating equipment shall meet or exceed the performance and minimum efficiency requirements presented in available Indian Standards. treated water pumping. 5 Section 8. check metering and monitoring. in ECBC 2.Mandatory requirements for HVAC : -For naturally ventilated spaces the design shall comply with NBC of India 2005 Part 8 Section 1. power factor correction. in ECBC 3. thereby saving considerable amount of energy. common area internal lighting etc. Chairman 142 .3 and 5. Opaque construction.Mandatory requirements for service hot water and pumping : The project would be providing solar water heating system for minimum 1/5 of design capacity. e) All the pumps shall have minimum 60% efficiency and motors shall have minimum 75 % efficiency.2. This also indirectly reduces losses and improved reliability. c) The architectural design shall cater to optimized daylight and ventilation. f) Energy meters shall be installed to monitor the energy consumption for – External lighting.Mandatory requirements for lighting: Lighting controls.1 -Minimum equipment efficiencies. piping and duct work shall be as mentioned by ECBC.2. Fenestration details as. controls.

5.000/- Site Safety 7.5.75.22.000/Rs.432/- Solid waste management Rs.50. During this tenure the developer shall undertake Annual Maintenance contract for maintaining the environmental infrastructure on site.80. 1. 1. 2012 • Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) Capital cost for Solar Water Heating: Rs. b.60. 11.3 capacity – 200 kVA – 1 No.000/a. 30.000/- Disinfection and Health Check-ups 60.77.) Erosion control – dust suppression measures and barricading 10.000/- Site Sanitation 1.1 capacity.197/- Rs.83. Responsibility for further O & M: The provision for the AMC’s shall be given to the society.50.75. 1.1. Chairman 143 .000/DG Set: • Number and capacity of the DG sets to be used Providing 15% backup of the total connected load DG set capacity (Back Up) = 1220 kVA (for all essential common utilities) DG Set No.000/- Environmental Monitoring Rain water harvesting Rs.50.Rs.10.000/O & M cost for Solar Water Heating: Rs. DG Set No. Quantum and generation of Corpus fund and commitment – Project proponent shall operate and maintain the premises for 1 year after giving possession and provision will be made available for O & M of the project. DG Set No.56.750/- Rs.34.10.500 kVA – 1 No.25.000/- Landscaping Rs.22.000/- Rs.000/.320 kVA – 1 No.000/Operation Phase (with Break-up)• Capital cost Particulars Capital cost O & M Cost (per year) Sewage treatment plant Rs.000/- Solar Hot water system Rs. DG Set No.2 capacity.000/- Environmental Monitoring 1.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.1.50. 8.000 Rs.3 capacity – 200 kVA – 1 No • Type of fuel used : Diesel (Low Sulphur) Environmental Management plan Budgetary Allocation • Capital cost Parameter Total Cost (in Rs.00. 91.16.

The DP plan submitted indicated that an adjoing plot also belonging to MHADA. The copies of standing orders of Govt. Site visit by SEAC may be made during its visit to Pune to assess the site conditions. 2012 Traffic Management Nos. 5. II and III.471 sq. as there are discrepancies between the documents presented during the presentation and Form-I.12 km Width of all Internal roads (m): Min 6m.290 sq. 2. Submit revised Form-I. Form-I submitted by the PP contained information only pertaining to Phase-III. for this atleast 24 m right of way is required.5 sq. 4.761 sq.m • 4-Wheeler.m • Area per car • 2-Wheelar. this may be clarified by furnishing a clear large scale DP applicable to the whole area in consideration. Max 12m. The highest building in the proposal is of 50 m.m • Public Transport : PCMC Bus stop at 0.mt • Total Parking area : 24. Decision: The PP had not submited the documents and the case was discussed on the basis of the presentation made. 3.86% and the open space is less that 10%. Chairman 144 .Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Cnsidering the expansion project of MHADA plot. overall information regarding Phase-I and Phase-II are required. The PP is directed to comply with the following observations: 1. The access to the plot is 12 m DP road from 30 m highway and 24 m DP road on the other side. of the junction to the main road & design of confluence Parking details: • Number and area of basement.12. about mass housing and terms of conveyance deeds as applicable may be furnished. if needed. II and III.3 sq. Full appraisal of the project will be done after the submission of the above said points. The Committee noted that the Phase-I and Phase-II are completed and apparently some portions of land have been conveyed to tenents..12.m • Number and area of podia: 1 level of Podium.1 Part basements Area. Therefore PP shall furnish data regarding the right of way to their plot. Submit DCR extract applicable to the provision of open space for Phase-I.12. It was also noted that the ground coverage Phase-III is 45. which is grossely inadequate for the entire project Phase I. Area.

Ambegaon.No. Dist.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. 99/2. 37 Subject: Environmental clearance for the proposed residential and commercial project at S. 2012 Item No. 36 Subject: Environmental clearance for the Proposed residential and commercial complex located on plot bearing S. Dist. Warje.No. SEAC 2211 / CR-940 / TC2) The PP has requested to postpone the project. Chairman 145 . Item No. Ltd. 99/1. (File No. Viva Swastik Associates (File No. Pune by M/s. 63/5. SEAC 2211 / CR-938 / TC2) The PP has requested to postpone the project. Pune by M/s. Abhi Business Services Pvt.

Ltd. Village Hinjewadi.3 Sq. 225/2.Mulshi. Tehsil.Maharashtra. 224/1(P). M/s. Regional planning Development Control Rule (DCR). State – Maharashtra by M/s. 225/1/1B. M/s. 222/5/2(P). Mt. 223/4. Tehsil. 224/4.Haveli.9 FSI Chairman 146 . 224/2/1.-Pune.00 Sq. 222/5/1(P).Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. (10 Kms from PMC) No No Work started on site Date and construction area details mentioned in the approved letter: Plot Area: 1. 222/1.596. Managing Director . SEAC 2211 / CR -943/ TC2) The Project Proponent explained the proposal before the committee and committee noted project details furnished by the Project Proponent as: Name of the Project Project Proponent Consultant Type of project: Location of the project Whether in Corporation / Municipal / other area Applicability of the DCR Note on the initiated work LOI / NOC from MHADA / Other approvals (If applicable) Total Plot Area (sq. 224/7. 223/1.R Mega City Builders Pvt. m.Ltd. 225/1/2. mt. 225/1/1C. 221/2. Ltd. 225/3. 2012 Item No. 224/5. Ultra-Tech Environmental Consultancy & Laboratory Residential and Commercial Development (Mixed use Development) S. No. 223/2. 224/3. State . Net Plot Area: 119303. 226/1.” Mr. Dist. 0. Rajesh Jaggi. 223/3.-Pune. 224/6.) “Mixed Use Project for R. 223/5. 222/4(P).7Sq.20. Dist. RR Mega City Builders Pvt. 226/2.) Deductions Net Plot area Permissible FSI (including TDR etc. RR Mega City Builders Pvt. 38 Subject: Environmental clearance for the Residential and Commercial Development (Mixed use Development) at Village Hinjewadi. 224/2/2. mt. (File No. Deductions: 1292. 225/1/1A.

B2 82 41.41 Sq.2 Stilt + P + 4 Upper Residential Floor A A5.m Amenity-2 :11. • Total BUA area (sq.A2.A7 & A8 164 41.80 Sq. of building & its configuration(s Phase Bldg.28.): For Residential : 90. of Bldg.mt For Amenity-2 : 9304.72 Sq. mt. m.293. For Amenity-1 : 2001. C2 16 19. 46. m. 2012 Proposed Built-up Area (FSI & NonFSI) • FSI area (sq.): Residential : 2.416.m Amenity-1 : 10.22 Sq. of Flats/ Shop s Height of the Buildin g mt Configuratio n A A1.A6. Type ) No.mt.mt.18.428.189. • Non FSI area (sq.6 Stilt + P + 11 Upper Residential Floor B B1. B4 82 41. Mt.6 Stilt + P + 11 Upper Residential Floor Phase-I Phase-II Chairman 147 .58 Sq. No. Mt.256.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.65 Sq.A3 & A4 164 41.61 Crores of the project No.6 Stilt + P + 11 Upper Residential Floor C C1. For Amenity-1 : 8188. Ground(39 % of net plot area) coverage Percentage (%) Estimated cost Rs. 608.54 Sq.10 Sq. Mt. m.18 Sq.721.mt.6 Stilt + P + 11 Upper Residential Floor B B3.76 Sq.): For Residential : 1. For Amenity-2 : 1951.

6 Stilt + P + 11 Upper Residential Floor B B1.8 G + 8 Floors 46 Nos.6 Stilt + P + 11 Upper Residential Floor B B5 & B6 82 41.8 Stilt + P + 7 Residential Floors A A9.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.2 Stilt + P + 4 Upper Residential Floor Convenien t Shopping Complex -- 57 16 G+4 Floors School -- -- 28. B2 82 41. of Flats/ Shop s Height of the Buildin g mt A A1. of Bldg.A10.6 Stilt + P + 11 Upper Phase-III Amenity -1 Amenity -2 Number of tenants and shops Phase Phase-I G Configuratio n Chairman 148 . 2012 D D1 25 28. Type No.A1 1 & A12 164 41.A2.6 Stilt + P + 11 Upper Residential Floor D D1 25 28.8 Stilt + P + 7 Upper Residential Floor C C3 & C4 16 19.8 Stilt + P + 7Upper Residential Floor E E1 & E2 46 28.A3 & A4 164 41. of shops -- 46 -- Bldg. No.

2 Stilt + P + 4 Upper Residential Floor Convenien t Shopping Complex -- 57 16 G+4 Floors Phase-II Phase-III Amenity -1 Chairman 149 .A7 & A8 164 41.6 Stilt + P + 11 Upper Residential Floor B B5 & B6 82 41.8 Stilt + P + 7Upper Residential Floor E E1 & E2 46 28.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.A10.8 Stilt + P + 7 Residential Floors A A9.8 Stilt + P + 7 Upper Residential Floor C C3 & C4 16 19.6 Stilt + P + 11 Upper Residential Floor D D1 25 28.A6. C2 16 19.A1 1 & A12 164 41. B4 82 41. 2012 Residential Floor C C1.6 Stilt + P + 11 Upper Residential Floor D D1 25 28.2 Stilt + P + 4 Upper Residential Floor A A5.6 Stilt + P + 11 Upper Residential Floor B B3.

B4 82 41. of shops -- 46 -- Bldg.6 Stilt + P + 11 Upper Residential Floor C C1. of Flats/ Shop s Height of the Buildin g mt A A1. 250 Per Hectare Phase Phase-I Phase-II Configuratio n Chairman 150 .2 Stilt + P + 4 Upper Residential Floor A A5.8 Stilt + P + 7 Residential Floors G 14332 Nos. B2 82 41.8 Stilt + P + 7Upper Residential Floor E E1 & E2 46 28. No.A6.6 Stilt + P + 11 Upper Residential Floor B B3. C2 16 19. of Bldg.A7 & A8 164 41.A3 & A4 164 41. Type No.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.A2.6 Stilt + P + 11 Upper Residential Floor B B1.6 Stilt + P + 11 Upper Residential Floor D D1 25 28. 2012 Amenity -2 Number of expected residents / users Tenant density per hector Height of the building(s) School -- -- 28.8 G + 8 Floors 46 Nos.

2 Stilt + P + 4 Upper Residential Floor Convenien t Shopping Complex -- 57 16 G+4 Floors School -- -- 28. 6.0m wide road.8 G + 8 Floors 46 Nos.6 Stilt + P + 11 Upper Residential Floor D D1 25 28. No any existing structure on project site No demolition involved Chairman 151 . 2012 A A9. of shops -- 46 -- Phase-III Amenity -1 Amenity -2 Right of way (Width of the road ) Turning radius for easy access of fire tender movement from all around the building excluding the width for the plantation Existing structure(s) Details of the demolition with disposal (If applicable) G Proposed 36.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.0 Mt wide Road abutting to Plot and From Fire Station 12.0m Wide Road connecting to proposed 36.0 m radius and wider space at turning. The nearest hinjewadi fire station is 700mts with travel time of 1min.A1 1 & A12 164 41.6 Stilt + P + 11 Upper Residential Floor B B5 & B6 82 41.0m Wide road which further connects to plot approach which is 12.8 Stilt + P + 7 Upper Residential Floor C C3 & C4 16 19.A10.0m Minimum Driveways with 6.

5 m. quantity of storm water: Shopping complex-56. dia. Shopping Mall . + 6" dia pipe going upto a depth of 50 m UGT tanks Storm water drainage •Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost): Capital Cost : Rs. no of recharge pits and Quantity: i. Phase-III. of RWH tank each of capacity 50 m3 • School : 2 no.0006 m3/sec Chairman 152 . of RWH tank each of capacity 50 m3 • Phase. + 6" dia.86 m3/day i.I : 2 nos. dia. of RWH pits with silt chamber Size of the pit is 1. of tank of capacity : 10 m3 • Shops : 2 no. ht.7 Lakhs/ Anum •Location(s) of the UGT tank(s): Phase-I Near Club House-2.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.Near Building E1.Near Building E1. of RWH pits with silt chamber: Size of the pit is 1.e. of RWH pits with silt chamber: Size of the pit is 1. Groundwater was not encountered in any of the boreholes.II : 2 nos. Seasonal and annual fluctuations in ground water levels can be expected to occur. ht.5 m. pipe going up to a depth of 50 m ii. of RWH tank each of capacity 50 m3 of • Phase. •Size and no of RWH tank(s) and Quantity: • Phase. ht. of tank of capacity : 20 m3 •Location of the RWH tank(s):Phase-I Near Club House-2.Near Building C3 Near Club House 1 & Near Amenity Building •Size. Residential-16 nos.5 m. x 3.5 nos.5 m. School. Phase-III. + 6" dia.21 Lakhs O & M : Rs.III : 2 nos. 8.180.5 m. Phase-II. 0. 2012 Total Water Requirement Rain Water Harvesting (RWH) Dry season: • Fresh water (CMD): 612& Source:Grampanchayat • Recycled water (CMD):619 • Total Water Requirement (CMD): 1231 • Swimming pool make up (Cum): -• Fire fighting (Cum):650 Wet Season: • Fresh water (CMD): 612 & Source:Grampanchayat • Recycled water (CMD):469 • Total Water Requirement (CMD):1081 • Swimming pool make up (CMD): • Fire fighting (CMD):650 •Level of the Ground water table: Groundwater accumulation was observed in boreholes during and after completion of drillingactivities. pipe going upto a depth of 50 m iii.Near Building C3 Natural water drainage pattern: Contoured land sloping from ES to NW.5 m. Phase-II.5 nos. dia x 3. x 3.

55m3/day i.937.e 0. 10. Phase-II. Size of SWD: 600 mm.00 Lakhs/ Annum Waste generation in the Pre Construction and Construction phase: •Waste generation:1000 cu. of STP 4. 300 mm and 450 mm wide storm water drain size with 1: 250 slope •Sewage generation (CMD) : 930 •STP technology: Extended aeration system •Capacity of STP (CMD): 3 nos. Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost): • Capital Cost : Rs.mt. Phase-I : 190 M3 5.00 Lakhs /Annum Chairman 153 . Set.mtr. Dry garbage will be handed over to the authorized contractors to recycle to reduce the load on dumping ground. Phase-III. Waste generation in the operation Phase: • Dry waste (Kg/day):2285 • Wet waste (Kg/day):2417 • E – waste (Kg/month):-• Hazardous waste (Kg/month): -• Biomedical waste (Kg/month) (If applicable):-• STP Sludge (Dry sludge) (Kg/day):95 Mode of Disposal of waste: The project proponents have proposed provision for segregation and collection of bio-degradable waste and recyclable waste within the premises.00064 m3/sec. Shopping Complex + school STP •DG sets (during emergency): Load considered in the Common D. Area requirement: • Area required for Solid waste management: 78 sq. Vesselcomposting of wet garbage will be done. Demolition •Quantity of the top soil to be preserved: -•Disposal of the construction way debris: Site already had structures and excavated areas when purchased and the debris generated was used to fill the excavated areas.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. 0.e.00 Lakhs • O & M Cost : Rs. Phase-III : 205 m3 7. 2012 Sewage and Waste water Residential.188. Shopping Complex + school STP : 290 KLD •Location of the STP: Phase-I. Solid waste Management •Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost): Capital cost : Rs.24 m3/day i. O &M cost : 35.49 lakhs . Dried sludge from STP will be used as manure. Phase-II : 240 M3 6.0108 m3/sec School – 55. 26.G. approx.

Timers shall be used to switch ON / OFF external landscape and facade lighting. RG area other than green belt (Please specify forPlayground.)-2. size.313. RG area under green belt: • RG on the ground (sq. Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) Capital Cost : 700 Lakhs & O & M Cost : 12 Lakhs/ Annum Power supply: phase Connected Load kW Maximum Demand kW D.): 37. if any 8. Copper conductor cables are specified for sizes of 16 sq mm and below. of 630 Phase-III 7108 1857 2 nos. Set Capacity kVA Phase-I 6246 1636 2 nos. This will reduce electrical power distribution losses in the installation. of 1010 Amenity-II School 634 556 1 no.): -- Energy 3. m. Plantation: • Number and list of trees species to be planted in theground RG:1493 nos.G. c. age and species of trees to be cut.73 Sq. 2012 Green Belt Development Total RG area: 1. b. Power factor shall be maintained 0. of 750 Energy saving by non-conventional method: • Electrical & LV Systems: a. treesto be transplanted : Existing trees : -• NOC for the Tree cutting / transplantation/ compensatory plantation. • Number and list of shrubs and bushes species to beplanted in the podium RG:-• Number and list of trees species to be planted around the border of nallah / stream / pond (If any):-• Number. Chairman 154 .92 or higher. this will reduce losses and improve reliability. of 630 Phase-II 7002 1788 2 nos. of 630 Amenity-I Shopping Complex 808 712 1 no.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. m. etc.mt (37 % of net Plot area ) • RG on the podium (sq.

G.G. • Compliance of the ECBC guidelines: Yes Sr.0.95 and unity Check metering Compliance Complied Complied Complied Complied Complied Complied • Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) • Capital Cost : Rs. set of capacity 630 KVA Phase-II: 2 nos.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Requirement No. This indirectly saves energy. Energy efficient fluorescent lamps & CFL lamps which give approx. of D. 25 Lakhs • O & M Cost : Rs. T5 used in place of T8 in Parking areas. Exterior lighting to be controlled by photo 1 sensor or time switch Interior lighting Power to be within specified limits Using CFL & Energy Efficient T5 in corridors and lobbies Using Solar water heater for Club House 2 Additional Strategies 2 4 5 6 1. All fluorescent light fixtures are specified to incorporate electronic chokes which have less watt-loss compared to electro-magnetic chokes and result in superior operating power factor. Electronic chokes also improves life of the fluorescent lamps. e. 2012 d. Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFL’s) with high frequency ballast shall be used for corridors areas. set of capacity 630 KVA Chairman 155 . of D. of fixtures and corresponding lower point wiring costs. g. Energy efficient motors Power factor be maintained between 0. Programmable timer switch to control common area lights 2. More efficient Lights Exterior lighting Power to be within specified limits and 11 LED based post lantern lights with battery backup is used for external lighting.5 Lakhs/ Annum DG Set: • Number and capacity of the DG sets to be used: Phase-I : 2 nos. 30% more light output for the same watts consumed and therefore require less nos. Energy efficient fluorescent tube lights (T-5) shall be used for common areas & car parking f.

In lacs/annum) STP COST 188. of D. IN LACS) 7.G.21 8.2 1. In lacs OPERATIONAL & MAINTAINACE COST (Rs.5 10. set of capacity 750 KVA • Type of fuel used : LSD Environmental Management plan Budgetary Allocation Construction phase (with Break-up): • Capital cost • O & M cost (Please ensure manpower and other details) SR.4885 35 180.5 1. set of capacity 1010 KVA Amenities -2 : DG set : 1 nos. NO.G.5 21.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.5 0. 1 RAIN WATER HARVESTING 2 3 ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING 4 SOLAR LIGHTS 50 1 5 GARDENING 700 12 6 SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT 26 10 Chairman 156 .3 0. 2012 Phase-III : DG set : 2 nos.7 MoEF Approved Laboratory 30 SET UP COST SR.G. NO. set of capacity 630 KVA Amenities 1 : DG set : 1 nos. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Parameter Water for dust suppression Site sanitation Environmental monitoring Disinfection Health check up Creche for labours children Total cost Total Cost (RS.5 Operation Phase (with Break-up)• Capital cost • O&M cost (Please ensure manpower and other details) PARAMETER Rs. of D. of D.

Car park levels 2: 26572 Sq. • Area per car: 30. 2012 1144. • Total Parking area : Car park level 1: 36600Sq. While handing over Environmental Management Facilities M.1193 Amenity Car nos.mt. Rs. and 36m Wide MD Road.93 nos. 96.mt.2 Sq.mt.039.U.O. of the junction to the main road & design of confluence We had Proposed our Entry.e.22 Sq. Amenity-1.82 nos.Exits for Vehicles from -12 m Wide Road. • Responsibility for further O &M Corpus fund shall be handed over to the party. Parking details: • Number and area of basement : -• Number and area of podia: 1no.mt. • 4-Wheelar : PHASE STILT PODIUM Phase-1 207 198 Phase-2 203 195 Phase-3 197 193 TOTAL 607 586 GRAND TOTAL .1 lacs (i. Traffic Management Nos.70 lacs x 3 years).70 TOTAL COST 96. Amenity-2.40.290. • 2-Wheeler: PHASE STILT PODIUM Phase-1 322 312 Phase-2 339 304 Phase-3 329 296 Chairman 157 . shall be made with society to accept responsibility of further O & M of EMF.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. .70 • Quantum and generation of Corpus fund and Commitment Project proponent shall operate and maintain EMF for 3 years after giving possession and shall also generate corpus fund during 3 years for O & M of Rs.

4. The location and area of solid waste management facility are not rationally designed. 2012 TOTAL 990 912 GRAND TOTAL. More trees / more species of trees to be planted and shown on the landscape plan. The status regarding the disposal of treated sewage by the ULB is not clear. Chairman 158 . PP has submitted EIA report and the Committee requires time to study it. 6. the PP has obtained NOC from CFO.t. 2. Submit details of compliance to ECBC guidelines for the entire project. treatment and disposal. Tree cluster in and around the green areas 1. The building has a setback for the proposed 36 m road widening. 3. These may also be submitted Full appraisal of the project will be done after the submission of the above details. hence it is not desirable to increase the pollution load.2 and 3 to be shown in the plan. Amenity-1. • Public Transport: -Width of all Internal roads (m):10 mt. Submit technical details of solid waste management facility w. collection.2 Wheeler nos. Submit the consent for water supply and drainage system from a competent authority indicating the time frame. Amenity-2. Considering the building height of 41 m. storage.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.1902 Amenity . It was noted that currently 10 m wide road exists. however. PP is directed to comply with the following preliminary observations: 1. For a construction project full details as per Form 1A are required. This needs clarification with respect to the the time scale involved to complete the roads. Submit hydrogeological and geotechnical design details and calculations of RWH system. 5. wide Decision: The case was discussed on the basis of the presentation made and documents submitted by the proponent. The PP has submitted EIA report during presentation.r.82 nos. &18 mt. there are proposed DP roads of 30 m and 36 m on the sides of the plot.93 nos. Relocate domestic water tank away from treated waste water tank.

Aparna Infraenergy India Private Limited (File No. 39 Subject: Environmental clearance for the proposed 250 MW Thermal Power Plant industrial project at Kawthala village in Chimur Tal of Chandrapur by M/s.3 Acres NA Yes 28th meeting SEAC dated 26th May 2010 Rs 1117.): Main Plant – 146.): 250 Acres Built up Area (sq.Kawthala village in Chimur tehsil of Chandrapur District of Maharashtra. Chairman 159 .20° 32’23” N Longitude . 2012 Item No. No National Parks/Wild life Sanctuary within 10 km radius.79° 25’ 42” E Location. SEAC 2211 / CR-988 / TC2) The Project Proponent explained the proposal before the committee and committee noted project details furnished by the Project Proponent as: Name of the Project Project Proponent Consultant New Project / Expansion in existing project / Modernization / Diversification in existing project Activity schedule in the EIA Notification Area Details Name of the Notified Industrial area / MIDC area TOR given by SEAC? (if yes then specify the meeting) Estimated capital cost of the project: Location details of the project: Distance from protected Areas /Critically Polluted areas/ Ecosensitive areas/ inter-State boundaries Proposed 250 MW Thermal Power Plant industrial project M/s Aparna Infraenergy India Private Limited M/s Pollution & Ecology Control Services New 1(d) [250 MW Coal Based Thermal Power Plant] Total plot Area (sq.7 Acres Land for ash disposal and raw storage – 75 Acres Township – 28. m.186 Cr Latitude .Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. m. Elevation above Mean Sea Level 242 (metres) No critically polluted area.

3 m. of recharge pits and Quantity Budgetary allocation (Capital cost and O&M cost) All rain water harvesting structures will be constructed to recharge ground water. of RWH tank (s) and Quantity Location of RWH tank (s) Size. & additives).5m x 2.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. The reported average annual fluctuation in the area is 2. catalysts.1. nos. -- Chairman 160 . Size . (T/Year) activity By products (new / and modernizat Intermediate ion / Products expansion) (T/Year) Main Products Power 250 MW By-Products Ash 1610 TPD Proposed 250 MW Coal Based Thermal Power Plant Level of the Ground water table: The depth to water level in the area varies from 5. 2012 Raw materials (including process chemicals. Production details Process details / manufacturing details Rain Water Harvesting (RWH) Total Water Requirement Storm water drainage Sewage generation and treatment List of raw material s to be used Physical and chemical nature of raw material Quantity (tones/month) full Production capacity Source of materials Coal Solid 4041 TPD WCL Coal Mines Nand Reservoir Total (T/Year) Water liquid 806 m3 / hour Name of Existing Proposed Products.1 m below ground level in pre-monsoon.5 to 9.9 m to 15. A separate drainage system will be provided in which plant effluent will not be mixed. Total water requirement: Fresh water (CMD): 806 m3 / hour & Source – Nand Reservoir Use of the water : Cooling water(CMD): 754 m3 /hour DM Water (CMD): 25 m3 /hour Dust Suppression(CMD): treated water will be reused Drinking (CMD): 5 m3 /hour Green belt(CMD): treated water will be reused Storm water drainage system will consist of well-designed network of open surface drains with rainwater harvesting pits.5m x 1.0m and no.

322 TPD and the fly ash will be 1288 TPD. NOx. High-density polyethylene (HDPE) lining of thickness 1mm to 1. Bottom ash.0 1st Fuel Height Internal Emission Temp. During emergency the ash will be disposed off safely in ash pond area. It is proposed to utilize 100% of the fly ash for which ash utilization plan is ready. The ash generation is about 1610 TPD Out of this. 0C 2 7 8 9 ETP details Note on ETP technology to be used Disposal of the ETP sludge (If applicable) Solid waste Management: Atmospheric Emissions (Flue gas characteristics SPM.86g/sec 1300C Daily Consumption Calorific % % (TDP/KLD) value Ash Sulphu (Kcals/kg r Chairman 161 . the bottom ash will be about 20% of the total ash generated i. MoU has been signed with Murli Industries for lifting of Fly Ash.5 mm will be provided in ash dyke to arresting leachate.0 <2. from Diameter Rate of ground (TOP) Exhaust level (m) (m) Gases 220 m 16.5 m 55. SO2. CO. etc. 2012 Sr.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. (mg/l) TDS. Guard Pond The main solid waste from the proposed power plant will be ash (Fly ash and Bottom ash).e.5 to 9. Details of Fuel to be used Outlet effluent Characteristic 5.0 <2100 -Neutralizing Pit. 1 Effluent characteristic 3 4 5 Parameters pH Oil & Grease (mg/l) TSS (mg/l) COD (mg/l) BOD (mg/l) 6 Temperature.) Stack Emission Details: Total residual chlorine(mg/l) Fluoride. will be ultimately disposed low lying area. New Unit Stack No. To control fugitive dust emission from the ash pond area water layer will be maintained above the ash pond. mg/l <10 <100 <250 <30 Not exceeding 5°C above the receiving water temperature <1.

size. Air Pollution Control 6 50 2. Recurring Capital cost Cost /Y 1.5 3082 Chairman 162 . Proposed to be installed i. m. Water Pollution Control 1 10 3.40.5 3005 ESP for stack emission control Total 42. Solid waste management 8. Noise Pollution Control 1 5 4. Green Belt 1 5 7. Others ( Pl. Electrostatic Precipitators(ESP). Number.): 33% Plot Area Number and species of trees to be planted – Approximately 1500 trees per ha will be planted in consultation with the local Forest Department. trees to be transplanted – None Sr. water spray systems ii.6% Power supply: • Existing power requirement: Nil • Proposed power requirement: 3 MVA for construction purpose DG sets: 500 KvA • Number and capacity DG sets to be used (existing and proposed) : 2 (Backup) Details of the non-conventional renewable energy proposed to be used : NA Green belt area (Sq.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Air Jet Pulse Bag filter. Specify) 30. Occupational Health 2 5 6. Noise Ear muffs/ear plugs will be provided to the workers. age and species of trees to be cut. Water Effluent treatment plant – Neutralization tank iii. Environment 1 2 Monitoring and Management 5. Acoustic laggings and silencers will be provided in equipment iv) Solid Ash Handling Plant Waste Sr. 2012 Coal Energy Green Belt Development Details of Pollution Control Systems: Environmental Management Plan Budgetary Allocation Existing Proposed ) - 4041 TPD 1838 % 0.

Submit justification for site selection considering few forests within study area.The PP is directed to comply with the following preliminary observations: 1. 2. Tal. land. ecology and biodiversity and social aspects were discussed . Chairman 163 . 2012 EIA Report Public Hearing report EIA report is submitted. soil. • Date of the public hearing – 20/04/2012 • Name of the news paper in which the advertisement appeared :Dainik Lokamt and The Hitwada • Location of the public hearing – Adivasi Ashram Shala. Submit the revised the EIA accordingly. 3. Submit details of impacts of the proposed project on flora and fauna of forest. Chandrapur Decision: The case was discussed on the basis of the presentation made and documents submitted by the proponent. Chimur. at Gaedapar. including air. Full appraisal of the project will be done after the submission of the above said points. 5.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Dist. Carry out simulation for noise propogation Consider air emission from the coal storage yard of 4000 TPD along with stack emission for calculating of air pollution and proposing the mitigation measures thereof. 4. water. All issues related to environment.

No. SEAC 2211 / CR-944 / TC2) The Project Proponent explained the proposal before the committee and committee noted project details furnished by the Project Proponent as: Name of the Project Project Proponent Consultant “Shree Ganesha valley” M/s.No.No. 192/1/1 at Deolali Dist.No. As per sanction dated 07/02/2011.No.193 H. Maharashtra project 8a-B2 Construction project Type of Project Nashik Municipal Corporation. Whether in Corporation / Municipal / other area Applicability of the Nashik Municipal Corporation.No. Mahalaxmi Infrastructures M/s.44 2848.No. Ultra-Tech S.643 977. Maharashtra by M/s. 192/1/1 at initiated work Deolali Dist. 40 Subject: Environmental clearance for the “Shree Ganesha valley” at S.Nashik.mt. Mahalaxmi Infrastructures (File No.40 Sq.48 2 Partially complete 85% 5541. We had started construction and Status of the work: Building Status Construction area in Sq.937 Chairman 164 .193 H. Completed In progress 1 Partially complete 85% 8545. • We had applied for EC in February 2011. • The sanctions were taken from TP in the year 2010. (If applicable) • Applied in anticipation of total Plot potential for Environment Clearance on date 18th February 2011.Nashik. No. No.2+3+6+7+8+9+10+ll+12+13A & S. 2012 Item No. Mt.Nashik.2+3+6+7+8+9+10+ll+12+13A & S.m.2+3+6+7+8+9+10+ll+12+13A & S. Maharashtra of Plot Area 20905.193. 192/1/1 at Location of the Deolali Dist. DCR Note on the • At S. FSI area was 18893.86 sq.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.

2 mtrs. of Flats 32 32 32 32 32 16 16 32 224 Height of buildings 25. Road : 81 Sq.74 Cr.60 25.60 25.60 25. Deductions.40Sq. • The site have contours of 1. 51.S. 6m Minimum Driveways with 3m radius and wider space at turning.77 Sq. Rs. Chairman 165 . 2012 Total Plot Area Permissible FSI (including TDR etc. m. Total :18889. 120 Per Hectare For All Residential Buildings – 25. • FSI area (sq.60 25. Residents: 1120 nos. m.60 m (each) 15 Mt wide Road abutting to Plot which is further connected to 60m t wide road 100 mt away.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.mt.66 • Total BUA area (sq. m. • Current status of site – Construction work is on hold Total plot area: 20905. 77Sq.60 25. M.60 Flats – 224 Nos.): 18889.285 Sq.43 4812.P.B : 125 Sq. of floors Parking + 8 Parking + 8 Parking + 8 Parking + 8 Parking + 8 Parking + 8 Parking + 8 Parking + 8 No. of building & its configuration(s) Number of tenants and shops Number of expected residents / users Tenant density per hector Height of the building(s) Right of way (Width of the road) Turning radius for easy access of fire tender movement from all around • There were no existing trees on site.D.): 11407.60 25. of Buildings Gaurinanadan Varad Sumukh Mayuresh Prathamesh Atharva Amey Akshya No. Residential : 18604.53 Sq.) Proposed Built-up Area (FSI & Non-FSI) Ground-coverage Percentage (%) Estimated cost of the project No. TDR .77 • Non FSI area (sq.60 25. Shops – NA. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 No. No.): 30297.mt. Sr. Mt. Net plot area : 20699 Sq.E.mt.Mt. Mt.Mt.Mt.

X 4mt X 4mt. Waste generation in the Pre Construction and Construction phase: • Waste generation : From Worker’s activities • Non – biodegradable :11 Kgs/ day • Biodegradable : 26 Kgs/ day • Quantity of the top soil to be preserved: Approx 4150 cum • Disposal of the construction way debris: Approx 14350 Cum Waste generation in the operation Phase: • Dry waste (Kg/day): 151 • Wet waste (Kg/day): 353 • Biomedical waste (Kg/month) (If applicable): 15Kg/day • STP Sludge (Dry sludge) Approx.4 m³/day • Size of SWD : 450 mm wide storm water drain • Sewage generation (CMD): 131 • STP technology: SBR Based Technology • Capacity of STP (CMD): 150 • Location of the STP: Eastward side. 20 Kg/day Mode of Disposal of waste: • Dry waste: handed over to NMC Ghanata Gadi • Wet waste: OWC • E – waste: NA • Hazardous waste: Shall be handed over to authorized recyclers. Chairman 166 . 2012 the building excluding the width for the plantation Total Water Requirement Rain Water Harvesting (RWH) Storm water drainage Sewage and Waste water Solid waste Management • • • • • Fresh water (CMD): 101 & Source:NMC Recycled water (CMD): 98 Total Water Requirement (CMD):101 Swimming pool make up (Cum): NA Fire fighting (Cum):100 (CMD) • Level of the Ground water table: Below 10 mtr. 60 lakhs/annum • Natural water drainage pattern: By Gravity • quantity of storm water: 314.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. • Budgetary allocation : Capital cost – Rs. • Size and no of RWH tank(s) and Quantity: NA • Location of the RWH tank(s): NA • Size.00 Lacs and O&M cost. 52. no of recharge pits and Quantity: 13 Nos. of pits with borewells having size 4mt. Rs. • Biomedical waste (If applicable): shall be sent to the biomedical waste disposal facility.

93 KW • Source: MSEDCL Energy saving by non-conventional method: • Maximize the use of natural lighting & ventilation through design. • Solar energy will be provided for common amenities like Street lighting. 2012 Green Belt Development • STP Sludge (Dry sludge): used as manure Area requirement: total area provided for the storage and treatment of the solid waste: 6 sq. Parking & Building Staircase. m 2. • CFL based lighting will be done in the common areas.) Landscape on the parking slab (sq.mt. Chairman 167 . landscape areas. Common Name/ English Name Botanical Name No Of tree 1 Rain Tree Samania saman 11 2 Shirish Alibizia leback 19 3 Golden shower Cassia fistula 06 4 Palas tree Butea monosperma 09 5 Indian cork Melingtonia hortensis 17 6 Arjun Terminalia kunjata 19 7 Chapa Plumeria alba 23 8 Neem Azadiricta indica 09 9 Kanchan Bhaunia purpuria 07 10 Coconut tree Coco Nucifera 35 Total Energy 155 Power supply: • Connected Load : 949. etc. m.): 6841. signage’s.73 3. Plantation: • Number and list of trees species to be planted in the ground RG: 155 Nos.73 Sq. Garden. m. RG area other than green belt (Please specify for Playground.20 KW • Maximum load : 673. m.): 600 sq. No. 1. Sr. Total RG area:7441. Entry gates and boundary compound walls etc.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. RG area under green belt: Landscape on the ground (sq.

Traffic Management Environmental Management plan Budgetary Allocation Nos. including air.23 lakhs/annum Decision: The case was discussed on the basis of the presentation made and documents submitted by the proponent.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. The PP is directed to comply with the following observations: 1. There is 9 m public road which PP has agreed to widen to 15 m at his own cost. the revised Form-I. 2. ecology and biodiversity and social aspects were discussed. submitted during the appraisal. as the proposed EMP budget is inadequate.02.Exits for Residential Vehicles from 60m Wide Road. the consents for both are yet awaited. disclosed details of construction completed. The Environment Department shall look into the violation and misrepresentation of the information and take necessary action. • Area per car – 16. 5. Provide additional staircases for the buildings exceeding 50 m height. M. land. Relocate domestic water tank away from STP and treated waste water tank. 3. Garden light.2011 and it appears that PP has already initiated construction although Form-I did not disclose anything about the construction initiated. 2012 • Timer Switch for Streetlight. building staircase & common passages for saving electrical energy. Submit the details of compliance to ECBC/ BEE guidelines for the entire project. Chairman 168 . M • 2-Wheelar – 364 • 4-Wheeler – 183 • Public Transport – Nashik Municipal Transport • Width of all Internal roads (m): Minimum 6m Driveways Capital cost: 176. Draw up a sustainable model with appropriate EMP. Although PP has paid charges for water supply and drainage system. Proposed our Entry. All issues related to environment. and For Commercial Entry-Exit from 12m Wide Road. 4. water. of the junction to the main road & design of confluence: Junction of 24m wide and 12m Wide Road at SW corner of Plot.40 Sq. An undertaking regarding the same may be submitted. Parking details: • Total Parking area – 3673. 6.07 lakhs and O&M cost: 19. The original application was submitted on 16. It was noted that almost entire construction is completed. However. Solar water heating system may be considered as a part of ECBC compliance. PP shall submit the same.52 Sq.

10 Crores Location details of Latitude: 19° 48’ 22” N Longitude: 72° 43’ 54” E the project : Location: Plot No.5 Crores Total : 16 Crores EMP: 1. G-60.500 m2 Existing : 4. Dist: Thane by M/s. Dist. Thane. 41 Subject: TOR for the proposed expansion of industrial project at G – 60. MIDC Industrial Area. MIDC. Aarti Drugs Ltd M/s Enviro Analysts & Engineers Pvt.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Boisar. Tarapur. 2012 Item No. SEAC 2011 / CR 976 / TC2) The Project Proponent explained the proposal before the committee and committee noted project details furnished by the Project Proponent as: Name of the Project Project Proponent Consultant New project/Expansion in existing project / Diversification in exiting project Type of project: Activity serial Number as per MoEF Notification (amended) Total plot Area: Estimated cost of the project : Expansion of industrial project M/s.5 Crores Proposed : 11. Maharashtra Elevation above sea level : 30 ft above Mean Sea Level The existing industry is situated in notified MIDC. Distance from Protected Areas / Critically Polluted areas / Eco-sensitive areas / inter-State boundaries Chairman 169 . Aarti Drugs Ltd (File No. Tarapur. Expansion in existing project 5(f) Synthetic organic chemicals industry 16. Ltd.

2.37% Consumed 98.173 KGS Caustic Soda Flakes 77.700 KGS N-Butanol 1.100 KGS Acetic Acid 76.125 KGS Activated Carbon 240 MB 375 KGS Caustic Soda Flakes 50 KGS Hydrochloric Acid 120 KGS.598 KGS Sodium Hydride (NaH) 22.00.100 MT PER MONTH Raw Material for intermediate Q .600 KGS Methanol 99.4 Dichloro 5-Fluoro Aceto Phenone 65.125 MT PER MONTH Raw material for Metformin HCL: Di Cyandiamide 99.A.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.) 69.000 KGS E. HCL) 73.200 KGS Sulphuric Acid 98% 47.100 KGS Activated Carbon 320 MB 5.T.375 KGS Mix Xylene (1. catalysts. HCL) 86.100 KGS Caustic Soda Flakes 93.615 KGS Toluene 53.125KGS Methanol 28.950 KGS Cyclo Propyl Amine 19.000 KGS Hydrochloric Acid (LR Grade) 46.D.000 KGS Cyclo Propyl Amine 23.5% (D.851 KGS Di Methyl Formamide 33.600 KGS Sodium Hydride (NaH) 26.D.A Di Sodium 500 KGS Sodium Hydro Sulphite (84-88%) 500 KGS Liq.63% recovery) 3.4 Dichloro 5-Fluoro Aceto Phenone 78.300 KGS 2.600 KGS Hyflow Supercell 2.329 KGS Raw Material for Ciprofloxacin HCl Piperazine (Anhydrous) 37.250 KGS Di Methyl Amine HCL (D.M.404 KGS Di Methyl Carbonate 58.000 KGS Hydrochloric Acid 30% (Comm.356 KGS Sulphuric Acid 98% 39.508 KGS Acetic acid 63.700 KGS Di Methyl Formamide 40.244 KGS Di Methyl Sulphate 57.600 KGS Metformin HCL. & additives) : Ciprofloxacin HCl -. Name of Raw Material Per Batch Qty.A.Acid Sr.-. Diclofenac Sodium . No.500 KGS Toluene 65.C.800 KGS Di Methyl Sulphate 69.60 MT PER MONTH Raw material for Diclofenac Sodium Chairman 170 .800 KGS Di Methyl Carbonate 70. Ammonia 25% 62. 2012 Raw materials (including process chemicals.

80 0.6.050 163.00 3 Unpaved Area 7650 0.050 191.6 Size nos.000 KGS 47.520 KGS 31. Rain (m/Day) Volume (m3/Day) 1 Terrace Area 3630 0.050 108.140 KGS 20.700 KGS 14.620 KGS 24. Tarapur • Recycled water (CMD): Nil Use of Water: Proposed • Process (CMD): 0 • Cooling Water (CMD): 18 • Dust Suppression (CMD): Nil • Drinking (CMD): 0 • Green Belt(CMD):0 Chairman 171 .580 KGS 10.D.000 KGS 240 KGS Existing Proposed Total MT/M MT/M MT/M Ciprofloxacin – HCl Metaformine – HCl Diclofenac Sodium (Including intermediate) Cipro Bulk Drugs Total 60 45 21 120 80 39 180 125 60 45 5 176 55 12 306 100 17 482 # Description Area (m2) * Co-Eff Max.720 KGS 1.25 Total 462.400 KGS 31. Di Chloro Phenol Aminophenyl Methyl Mono Chloro Acetate Potassium Carbonate (Gurnul K2CO3) Di Methyl Formamide Aniline Sodium Methoxide (CH3ONA) Toluene Chloro Acetyl Chloride (CAC) Toluene Hydrochloric Acid 30% Aluminium Chloride [ ALCL3 ] Hydrochloric Acid 30% Caustic Soda Flakes Sodium Hydro Sulphite Activated Carbon 240 MB Iso Propyl Alcohol E.260 KGS 42.020 KGS 20. Of recharge pits and Quantity : (3m x 3m x 3m TD): 2 Nos Total water Requirement: Proposed • Fresh water (CMD):38 & Source: MIDC.T. 2012 2.840 KGS 20.380 KGS 9. 1 2 3 4 5 Rain Water Harvesting Water Budget 41.920 KGS 4.460 KGS 21. Products No.90 0.35 2 Paved Area 2700 0.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.880 KGS 1.50 0.A Di Sodium Production details Sr.

000 mg/L Demand 3 Chemical Oxygen 8.5 m3/day Proposed treatment for the sewage : Soak pits and septic tanks Capacity of STP (CMD) if applicable: N.500-2.119 m /day Proposed:.1 55 Unit pH 3-4 ---Biological Oxygen 3.000-10.000-4.4 MT/M 21.A.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.000 165 mg/L Demand 4 Total Suspended Solids 1.5 MT/M 1 MT / M 2 Process Residues & wastes 45 MT/M 45 MT/M 90 MT / M 3 Spent Carbon 0. Taloja Sent to Waste Heat Recovery Boiler (Onsite) Sent to CHWTSDF.500 72 mg/L 5 Total Dissolved Solids 4. Amount of sewage generation (CMD): Existing:.Nil Capacity of the ETP: Existing ETP capacity 160 m3/day Amount of treated effluent recycled (CMD): N.Nil Proposed treatment for the sewage : Soak pits and septic tanks Parameter Raw Effluent 1 2 Treated Effluent 7.20 m3/day Proposed :.A Amount of water send to the CETP(CMD): Membership of the CETP (if require): yes ETP Details Solid waste generation & disposal : Existing Proposed Quantity Quantity Solid Waste Generation & Mitigation 1 Domestic 35 Kg/day 15 Kg/day Hazardous Waste Generation & Mitigation Sr Source Total Quantity Mitigation 50 Kg/day 1 ETP Sludge 0.000-5.9 MT / M 4 Spent Organic Solvent 15 MT/M 15 MTM 30 MT/M 5 Organic Liquid Residues 375 MT/M 200 MT/M 575 MT / M 6 Distillation Residues 15 MT/M 15 MT/M 30 MT / M Vermi Composting Sent to CHWTSDF.000 266 mg/L 3 Amount of effluent generation (CMD): Existing :. 2012 • • Sewage and Waste water Sewage Generation & Treatment Effluent Characteristics • • • • • Sr Fire Service (CMD):Nil Others (CMD):Floor Washing: 14  Scrubber: 06 Amount of sewage generation (CMD): Total Sewage Generation: 4. Taloja Sale to Authorized re-processor Sent to Waste Heat Recovery Boiler (Onsite) Sent to Waste Heat Recovery Boiler (Onsite) Chairman 172 .5 MT/M 0.5 MT/M 21.

88 8. 2012 7 Discarded containers/barrels Atmospheric Emmissions (Flue gas characteristics SPM. SO2. of Diameter Exhaust (Top) (m) Gases Boiler+DG Boiler+DG Boiler+DG Boiler+DG Stack No.6 2 4.06 -- 60 µg/m3 -80 µg/m3 80 µg/m3 2 mg/m3 87 149 151 230 MPCB Consent (mg/Nm3) 150 495 kg/day 50 ppm -Remarks Within Limit Within Limit Within Limit Within Limit Within Limit Sr Type of Fuel Existing Proposed Total 1 FO 165 MT/M 45 MT/M 210 MT/M 2 LDO ---- 6 MT/M 6 MT/M 3 HSD 2 MT/M ---- 2MT/M Air Pollution Control System : 01 No.SO2. of Scrubber will be provided Water Pollution Control System : Sewage generated if any will be treated in Septic tanks & Soak pits & Chairman 173 . /M Sr Pollutant 1 SPM 2 SO2 3 NOx 4 CO Plant Section & units WHRB Thermopac Boiler DG Set Pollutants (SPM.4 1 30 0. /M 1000 Nos.5 1 15 0.81 1116 1.2 Emission Proposed Standard Limit Limit (mg/Nm3) (mg/Nm3) SPM SO2 NOx CO Pollutant Sale to authorized recycler after decontamination 900 Nos.01 702 6. NOx. Height from ground level (m) 1 52 0.051 Internal Temp.25 5./M -Proposed Concentration (in µg/m3) 66.425 10440 2.2 0.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. etc) Source of Emission -Permissible Standard SPM RPM SO2 NOx CO Details of Fuel used: Source of Fuel : Mode of Transportation of fuel to site Details of pollution control system • • Emission Concentration rate in flue gas (kg/hr) (µg/m3) 0. CO. etc) Stack Emission Details: Emission Standard Ambient Air Quality Data 100 Nos.43 44.32 0.

land. including air.05 9 Others (Rain Water Harvesting) 0. PP is advised to submit the aforementioned data and approach SEAC with a draft ToR.005 0.52 sq.2 7 Green Belt 0. Proposed: Nil • Existing Green Belt Area: 756.40 Decision: The case was discussed on the basis of the presentation made and documents submitted by the proponent. NAME NUMBER Saraca asoca (Ashoka) 35 Azadirachta indica (Neem) 60 Pongamia pinnata (Karang) 25 Cocos nucifera (Coconut) 20 Total 140 Sr.29 1.05 0. water.65 3 Noise Pollution Control --4 Environmental Monitoring & Management 0. compliance of norms pertaining to O&M of incinerator and such other data required to establish the current status of compliance of the conditions prescribed by MPCB.15 0.t water budget. The maximum demand of power is 2000 KVA required • Existing: 2 DG Sets of 437 and 380 KVA.m • Proposed Green Belt Area: No additional RG area envisaged for expansion • Number & Species existed: 140 Nos. It was noted that both PP and Consultant were not able to provide project details w.r. • Noise Pollution Control System : Use of Acoustic Enclosures Predictive maintenance of fans.05 0. treated waste water charastreristics.05 Total 0. ecology and biodiversity and social aspects were discussed. Description Recurring Capital Cost Cost /Y (Cr) (Cr) 1 Air Pollution Control 0.03 8 Solid Waste Management 0.01 0.005 0. compressors & other machineries.02 0.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August.1 2 Water Pollution Control 0. Chairman 174 . blowers.05 5 Reclammation borrow/mined area(if --applicable) 6 Occupational Health 0. All issues related to environment. 2012 Energy Green Belt Development Environmental Management plan Budgetary Allocation treated sewage will be used for green belt area. • Source: MSEB. soil. Therefore.

21 Topography details of the project area. The baseline data to be collected from the study area w.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. 3 4 Complete process flow diagram describing each unit. such as solar evaporation. Details of proposed layout clearly demarcating various units within the plant. etc.r. utilization and safe 11 disposal. Control technologies for combustion emissions 10 Sources of secondary emissions. recycled & 7 reused. need to be followed. industries. fuel storage. and biology and socio-economic..t.. Landuse based on satellite imagery including location specific sensitivities such as 19 national parks / wildlife sanctuary. restroom. Efforts to minimize effluent discharge and to maintain quality of receiving water body. Land requirement for the project including its break up for various purposes. land. but not limited to the following 1 Executive summary of the project – giving a prima facie idea of the objectives of the proposal. incineration. 15 to the workers during construction and operation phase. 2012 TOR for Municipal Solid Waste Management (Incineration Technique. etc. including EMP and the post-project monitoring plan in brief. water. etc. 12 Details regarding fly ash utilization as per new notification 13 Detailed plan of ash utilization / management. use of resources. 9 Details on channelized emissions and control equipment for each of the source. Any litigation pending against the project and /or any direction /order passed by any 16 Court of Law against the project. if so. CPCB guidelines in respect of specific treatment. Location of the project site and nearest habitats with distances from the project site to 18 be demarcated on a toposheet (1: 50000 scale).Waste to Energy) ToR for EIA studies in respect of chemical fertilizer industry may include. noise. Chairman 175 . different components of 22 environment viz. Details of proposed source-specific pollution control schemes and equipments to meet the 8 national standards. for the study area. etc. Management plan for solid/hazardous waste including storage. Description of the environment: 17 The study area shall be up to a distance of 10 km from the boundary of the proposed project site. its availability and optimization. 5 6 Details on requirement of energy and water along with its source and authorization from the concerned department. 20 Demography details of all the villages falling within the study area. its processes and operations. its control and monitoring as per the CPCB guidelines. Project description 2 3 Justification for selecting the proposed unit size. Details on raw materials. along with material and energy inputs & outputs (material and energy balance). source and storage with in the premises. justification.. villages. air. it should provide a compilation of EIA report. In addition. details thereof. Details on water balance including quantity of effluent generated. Details regarding infrastructure facilities such as sanitation. 14 Details of evacuation of ash.

Nickel*. Total Lead*. Hexavalent*. Cyanide as CN*. Wetlands f. proponent shall describe the sensitivity (distance. area and significance) and propose additional points based on significance for review and acceptance by the SEAC. Airport areas h. Any other feature as specified by the State or local government and other features as locally applicable. mercaptans*. Arsenic*. BOD* (3 days at 27 oC). H2S*. other process-specific pollutants*. area and significance) and propose the additional points based on significance for review and acceptance by the SEAC. Details of groundwater and surface water quality of nearby water sources and other surface drains. Incompatible land use attributes include: a.as applicable) Details on existing ambient air quality and expected. etc. abundance. Monuments of national significance. 2012 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Geological features and geo-hydrological status of the study area. (* . migratory corridors. Zinc*. Tiger reserve/elephant reserve/turtle nesting ground d. fragmentation. Ecological sensitive attributes include: a. National parks b.5*. Reserved and protected forests Chairman 176 . HCl*. PM2. (* . if any and wind roses. NH3*. Cyclone. toxicity factor*. ecological linkage. pastures. diversity. proponent shall describe the sensitivity (distance. Details on noise levels at sensitive/commercial receptors. etc. Water quality parameters may include pH*. including prime agricultural lands. Site-specific micro-meteorological data including mixing height. chlorine*. World Heritage Sites f. Copper*. Scenic areas/tourism areas/hill resorts c. One season site-specific data excluding monsoon season. Sulphide. Religious places. Nitrate* (as N). VOC*. HBr*.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. HF*..as applicable) The air quality contours may be plotted on a location map showing the location of project site. Mangrove area e. sensitive receptors. pilgrim centers that attract over 10 lakh pilgrims a year d. habitation nearby. NOx*. Tsunami prone areas (based on last 25 years). 33 If ecologically sensitive attributes fall within the study area. Proposed baseline monitoring network for the consideration and approval of the Competent Authority. Phenolics* as C6H5OH. and evaluation of the adequacy of the proposed pollution control devices to meet standards for point sources and to meet AAQ standards. stack and fugitive emissions for PM10*. species. Protected tribal settlements (notified tribal areas where industrial activity is not permitted) e. age. g. rarity. solvents*. COD*. etc. Public water supply areas from rivers/surface water bodies. from ground water b. SO2*. etc. Mercury*. Chromium*. Ecological status (terrestrial and aquatic) of the study area such as habitat type and quality. Wild life sanctuaries Game reserve c. If any incompatible landuse attributes fall within the study area.

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g. Any other closed/protected area under the Wild Life (Protection) Act,
1972, any other area locally applicable
h. Any other eco-sensitive areas
If the location falls in Valley, specific issues connected to the natural resources
management shall be studied and presented.
If the location falls in CRZ area: A CRZ map duly authenticated by one of the
authorized agencies demarcating LTL, HTL, CRZ area, location of the project and
associate facilities w.r.t. CRZ, coastal features such as mangroves, if any.
Provide the CRZ map in 1:10000 scale in general cases and in 1:5000 scales for specific
observations. Proposed site for disposal of dredged material and environmental quality at
the point of disposal/impact areas.
Fisheries study should be done w.r.t. Benthos and Marine organic material and coastal
fisheries.

Anticipated environmental impacts and mitigation measures :
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Anticipated generic environmental impacts due to this project.
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Impact prediction tools used for the appropriate assessment of environmental impacts .
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Proposed odour control measures
Action plan for the greenbelt development – species, width of plantations, planning
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schedule, etc., in accordance to CPCB published guidelines.
In case of likely impact from the proposed project on the surrounding reserve forests,
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Plan for the conservation of wild fauna in consultation with the State Forest
Department.
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Mitigation measures – for source control and treatment.
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Details on improved technologies.
Details regarding infrastructure facilities such as sanitation, fuel, restroom, etc., to be
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provided to the workers during construction as well as to the casual workers including
truck drivers during the operational phase.
Proposed measures for occupational safety and health of the workers
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Environmental monitoring program:
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Monitoring of pollution control at source
Monitoring pollutants at receiving environment for the appropriate notified parameters
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– air quality, groundwater, surface water, gas quality, etc. during operational phase of
the project.
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Specific programme to monitor safety and health protection of workers
Proposed plan to estimate and monitor fugitive emissions including VOCs from all the
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sources and appropriated control measures.
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Stack and fugitive emissions may be monitored for SPM, PM10, PM2.5, SO2, NOx,
HC, CO, VOC and evaluation of the adequacy of the proposed pollution control
devices to meet gaseous emissions.
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Monitoring of carbon foot print
Appropriate monitoring network has to be designed and proposed, to assess the
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possible residual impacts on VECs.
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Details of in-house monitoring capabilities and the recognized agencies if proposed for
conducting monitoring.
Additional studies :
Details on risk assessment and damage control during different phases of the project
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and proposed safeguard measures.
Details on socio-economic development activities such as commercial property values,
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generation of jobs, education, social conflicts, cultural status, accidents, etc.
Proposed plan to handle the socio-economic influence on the local community. The
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plan should include quantitative dimension as far as possible.
Environmental management plan:
Administrative and technical organizational structure to ensure proposed postproject monitoring programme for approved mitigation measures.
EMP devised to mitigate the adverse impacts of the project should be provided along
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with item-wise cost of its implementation (capital and recurring costs).
Allocation of resources and responsibilities for plan implementation
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Details of the emergency preparedness plan and on-site and off-site disaster management
plan.
Above points shall be adequately addressed in the EIA report at corresponding chapters, in
addition to the contents given in the reporting structure as below: .

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EIA Structure

Contents
a. Purpose of the report
b. Identification of project & project proponent

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Introduction

c. Brief description of nature, size, location of the
project and its
d. importance to the country, region
e. Scope of the study – details of regulatory scoping
carried out (As per
f. Terms of Reference)
Condensed description of those aspects of the project
(based on project feasibility study), likely to cause
environmental effects. Details should be provided to
give clear picture of the following:
a. Type of project

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Project Description

b. Need for the project
c. Location (maps showing general location, specific
location, project boundary & project site layout)
d. Size or magnitude of operation (incl. Associated
activities required by or for the project)
e. Proposed schedule for approval and
implementation
f. Technology and process description
g. Project description including drawings showing
project layout, components of project etc.
Schematic representations of the feasibility
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EIA purpose
h. Description of mitigation measures incorporated
into the project to meet environmental standards,
environmental operating conditions, or other EIA
requirements (as required by the scope)
i. Assessment of new & untested technology for the
risk of technological failure
a. Study area, period, components & methodology
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Description of
the Environment

b. Establishment of baseline for VECs, as identified
in the scope
c. Base maps of all environmental components
a. Details of Investigated Environmental impacts
due to project location,
b. possible accidents, project design, project
construction, regular
c. operations, final decommissioning or
rehabilitation of a completed
d. project

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Anticipated
Environmental
Impacts &
Mitigation
Measures

e. Measures for minimizing and / or offsetting
adverse impa cts identified
f. Irreversible and irretrievable commitments of
environmental
g. components
h. Assessment of significance of impacts (Criteria
for determining
i. significance, Assigning significance)
j. Mitigation measures

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Analysis of
Alternatives
(Technology &
Site)

a. Incase, the scoping exercise results in need for
alternatives:
b. Description of each alternative
c. Summary of adverse impacts of each alternative

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Improvements in social infrastructure 8 Project Benefits c. detailed budget & procurement schedules) a.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. after approval of the EIA a. Improvements in physical infrastructure b. Social impact assessment. adverse effects have been summary of the EIA mitigated Report) Disclosure of the Names of the Consultants engaged with their brief consultants engaged resume and nature of Consultancy rendered 12 Chairman 180 . semi-skilled and unskilled d. Mitigation measures proposed for each alternative and selection of for each alternative and selection of alternative 6 7 Environmental Monitoring Program Additional Studies Technical aspects of monitoring the effectiveness of mitigation mea sures (incl. data analysis. reporting schedules. measurement methodologies. Risk assessment b. 2012 d. Other tangible benefits 9 Environmental Cost Benefit Analysis If Recommended at the scoping stage Description of the administrative aspects that ensures proper implementation of mitigation measures and their effectiveness monitored. emergency procedures. R&R action plans a. frequency. Overall justification for implementation of the project 10 EMP 11 Summary & Conclusion ( This will constitute the b. Employment potential –skilled. Ecplanation of how. location.

air. Description of the environment: 19 The study area shall be up to a distance of 10 km from the boundary of the proposed storage facility. etc. Project description: 2 Justification for selecting the proposed storage capacity. pumps. industries. etc. standard operating procedures. 4 Details of proposed location layout clearly demarcating various units within the plant. Chairman 181 .. but not limited to the following: 1 Executive summary of the project – giving a prima facie idea of the objectives of the proposal. etc. 5 Mode of receiving hazardous chemicals in isolated storages and mode of its distribution. 9 Details on storage tanks including capacity and storage distance. 17 In case of expansion of existing storages. 16 Details on safety management plan. 10 Details on transfer and handling of hazardous chemicals – piping system. 11 Details on specific equipments. etc. and compatibility with the design parameters of the storages. 2012 TOR for Isolated Storages and Handling Hazardous Chemicals ToR for EIA studies in respect of the isolated storages.. villages. utilization and disposal. 13 Details on requirement and availability of power and water with its source and authorization from the concerned department. 12 Details of proposed source-specific pollution control schemes/equipments. remediation measures adopted to restore the environmental quality if the groundwater. procedures. 7 Details on list of hazardous chemicals to be stored at the facility – its category. 21 Land use based on satellite imagery including location specific sensitivities such as national parks / wildlife sanctuary. 22 Demography details of all the villages falling within the study area. 3 Land requirement for the project including its break up for various purposes. monitoring equipments. which are involved in handling of hazardous chemicals may include. equipments used. 8 Details of domino effect of the storage tanks and respective preventive measures including distance between storage units in an isolated storage facility. 6 Details on design parameters of the storages. Designed VOC loss accounting. etc. piping layout. handling techniques. if so. to the workers during construction and operation phase. nearest habitats with distances from the facility to be demarcated on a toposheet (1: 50000 scale). fuel storage.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. are affected and a detailed compliance to the prior environmental clearance/consent conditions. crop. physical & chemical properties. storage quantities. justification. use of resources.. 18 Any litigation pending against the project and /or any direction /order passed by any Court of Law related to the environmental pollution and impacts in the last two years. 15 Details regarding infrastructure facilities such as sanitation. safety controls. in brief. etc. In addition. and its availability and optimization. compressors proposed to control loss of chemicals. storage. relief systems. soil. restroom. 20 Location of the storage facility. it should provide a compilation of EIA report including EMP and the post-project monitoring plan. etc. details thereof. emergency requirements. flanges. 14 Management plan for solid/hazardous waste generation.

(* . Religious places. etc. different components of environment viz.t. Mangrove area e. Airport areas h. fragmentation. stored chemicals*. 29 Existing ambient air quality. Any other closed/protected area under the Wild Life (Protection) Act. threats etc. 33 One season site-specific data excluding monsoon season. from ground water b. habitation nearby. terrestrial and aquatic habitat types. Public water supply areas from rivers/surface water bodies. proponent shall describe the sensitivity (distance. Cyclone. ecological linkages. migratory corridors. proponent shall describe the sensitivity (distance. habitat type and quality. National parks b. 28 Relevant ambient air quality parameters for monitoring including combustion emissions due to traffic. etc. etc. Scenic areas/tourism areas/hill resorts c. including prime agricultural lands. expected emissions such as combustion emissions* due to traffic.e.as applicable) 30 The air quality contours may be plotted on a location map showing the location of storage facility. area and significance) and propose additional points based on significance for review and acceptance by the EAC/SEAC. Ecological sensitive attributes include: a. Ecological status of the study areas. Tsunami-prone areas (based on last 25 years) g. air. g. noise. etc . if any and wind roses. World Heritage Sites f. 25 Geological features and geo-hydrological status of the study area.r. sensitive receptors. biology and socio-economic. 34 Proposed baseline monitoring network for the consideration and approval of the Competent Authority. 1972. pilgrim centers that attract over 10 lakh pilgrims a year d. Any other feature as specified by the State or local government and other features as locally applicable. 26 Details on surface water quality of nearby water sources and other surface drains 27 Details on ground water quality. age. ecological linkage. Wild life sanctuaries. 37 If ecologically sensitive attributes fall within the study area. Wetlands f. Protected tribal settlements (notified tribal areas where industrial activity is not permitted) e. pastures. biodiversity including domesticated flora and fauna. 35 Ecological status (terrestrial and aquatic) of the study area i. rarity. water.) and evaluation of the adequacy of the proposed pollution control devices to meet standards for point sources and to meet AAQ standards. 36 If any incompatible land use attributes fall within the study area. Game reserve c. 32 Site-specific micro-meteorological data including mixing height. 24 The baseline data to be collected from the study area w. VOCs*. etc. diversity-domestic and wild. 2012 23 Topography details of the project area. VOCs and stored chemicals. Incompatible landuse attributes include: a. Monuments of national significance. Reserved and Protected forests.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. 31 Details on noise levels at sensitive/commercial receptor. abundance. area and significance) and propose the additional points based on significance for review and acceptance by the SEAC. any other Chairman 182 . land. species. Tiger reserve/elephant reserve/turtle nesting ground d.

also include the following for analysis of significance and required mitigation measures: a impacts due to emissions from entry and evacuation of chemicals at storage points b impacts due to temperature variations in the tanks c impacts due to emissions from handling of chemicals d impacts due to emissions from cleaning operations e impacts due to odour pollution f impacts due to generation of wastewater from drainage facilities. etc. CRZ. width of plantations. h impacts due to fugitive emissions/VOCs i impacts due to catastrophic failures j impacts due to residues/tank bottom sludge. k impacts due to fire/accidents l impact on health of workers due to proposed project activities 43 In case of likely impacts from the proposed storage facility on the surrounding reserve forests. 2012 area locally applicable h. in accordance to CPCB published guidelines 45 In case of likely impact from the proposed project on the surrounding reserve forests. 38 If the location falls in Valley. transportation of products. Analysis of alternative resources and technologies: 47 Comparison of alternate sites considered and the reasons for selecting the proposed site. etc. etc. planning schedule. Anticipated environmental impacts and mitigation measures : 40 Anticipated generic environmental impacts due to this project may be evaluated for significance and based on corresponding likely impacts Valued Environmental Components (VECs) may be identified. a. cleaning. Fisheries study should be done w. Any other eco-sensitive areas. 41 Impact prediction tools used for the appropriate assessment of environmental impacts . railways. g impacts due to noise from tank installations. seepage. tanks. Proposed site for disposal of dredged material and environmental quality at the point of disposal/impact areas. Provide the CRZ map in 1:10000 scale in general cases and in 1:5000 scale for specific observations. 42 While identifying the likely impacts. etc.r. coastal features such as mangroves. c.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. b.t. 44 Action plan for the greenbelt development – species.t. Benthos and Marine organic material and coastal fisheries.. Baseline studies may be conducted for all the concerned VECs and likely impacts will have to be assessed for their magnitude in order to identify mitigation measures. Plan for the conservation of wild fauna in consultation with the State Forest Department. conveyors. specific issues connected to the natural resources management shall be studied and presented. etc.r. 39 If the location falls in CRZ area: A CRZ map duly authenticated by one of the authorized agencies demarcating LTL. Conformity of the site with the prescribed guidelines in terms of CRZ. Plan for the conservation of wild fauna in consultation with the State Forest Department. location of the project and associate facilities w. Chairman 183 . if any. HTL. CRZ area. river. 46 Identifying the mitigation measures. highways. etc.

57 Details on socio-economic development activities such as commercial property values. population spread. generation of jobs. Chairman 184 . Environmental monitoring program: 49 Monitoring programme for source control. etc. etc. during operational phase of the project. 65 Details of the emergency preparedness plan and on-site and off-site disaster management plan. etc. SC/ST/backward communities. 51 Monitoring pollutants at receiving environment for the appropriate notified parameters – air quality. region Scope of the study – details of regulatory scoping carried out 2 Project Description Condensed description of those aspects of the project (based on project feasibility study). 50 Appropriate monitoring network has to be designed and proposed to assess the possible residual impacts on VECs. personal protective equipments. 59 Details on compensation package for the people affected by the project. medical aids. etc. 52 Leak detection and repair programme. land oustees. Detailed action plan addressing the issues raised. safety and health protection of workers. toilets. fire fighting devises. considering the socioeconomic status of the area. primary health facilities. Environmental management plan: 62 Administrative and technical organizational structure to ensure proposed post-project monitoring programme for approved mitigation measures. location of the project and its importance to the country. 53 Specific programme to monitor occupational. 56 Details on status of emergency preparedness – safety procedures. 2012 48 Details of improved technologies and better operating practices. Above points shall be adequately addressed in the EIA report at corresponding chapters. EIA Structure Contents 1 Introduction Purpose of the report Identification of project & project proponent Brief description of nature. social conflicts. 60 Points identified in the public hearing and commitment of the project proponent to the same. etc. 54 Details of in-house monitoring capabilities and the recognized agencies if proposed for conducting monitoring. safety control systems. establishing new schools with facilities (such as laboratories. homestead oustees. and landless labourers. groundwater. education. management plans. upgradation of existing schools. 63 EMP devised to mitigate the adverse impacts of the project should be provided along with item-wise cost of its implementation (Capital and recurring costs). community halls. surface water. The plan should include quantitative dimension as far as possible. in addition to the contents given in the reporting structure as below: Sr. 58 Proposed plan to handle the socio-economic influence on the local community. Additional studies: 55 Details on risk assessment and damage control during different phases of the project and proposed safeguard measures. training. and the details of necessary allocation of funds. size. soil. link roads.). 61 Details on plan for corporate social responsibility including the villages. health camps. likely to cause environmental effects.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. 64 Allocation of resources and responsibilities for plan implementation. cultural status. accidents.

project design. measurement methodologies. or other EIA requirements (as required by the scope) Assessment of New & untested technology for the risk of technological failure Study area. regular operations. location. project construction. reporting schedules. possible accidents. Associated activities required by / for the project) Proposed schedule for approval and implementation Technology and process description Project description including drawings showing project layout. final decommissioning or rehabilitation of a completed project Measures for minimizing and / or offsetting adverse impacts identified Irreversible and irretrievable commitments of environmental components Assessment of significance of impacts (Criteria for determining significance. project boundary & project site layout) Size or magnitude of operation (incl. environmental operating conditions. 2012 3 Description of the Environment 4 Anticipated Environmental Impacts & Mitigation Measures 5 Analysis of Alternatives (Technology & Site) 6 Environmental Monitoring Program 7 Additional Studies 8 Project Benefits Details should be provided to give clear picture of the following: Type of project Need for the project Location (maps showing general location. period. as identified in the scope Base maps of all environmental components Details of Investigated Environmental impacts due to project location. components & methodology Establishment of baseline for VECs. Assigning significance) Mitigation measures Incase. R&R action plans Improvements in physical infrastructure Improvements in social infrastructure Chairman 185 .Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. Schematic representations of feasibility drawings which give information important for EIA purpose Description of mitigation measures incorporated into the project to meet environmental standards. data analysis. frequency. emergency procedures. specific location. the scoping exercise results in need for alternatives: Description of each alternative Summary of adverse impacts of each alternative Mitigation measures proposed for each alternative and selection of alternative Technical aspects of monitoring the effectiveness of mitigation measures (incl. components of project etc. detailed budget & procurement schedules) Public consultation Risk assessment Social impact assessment.

after approval of the EIA Overall justification for implementation of the project Explanation of how.Minutes of the 58th meeting of the SEAC held on 1st to 4th August. semi-skilled and unskilled Other tangible benefits If recommended at the scoping stage Description of the administrative aspects that ensures proper implementation of mitigative measures and their effectiveness monitored. 2012 9 10 11 12 Environmental Cost Benefit Analysis EMP Summary & Conclusion (This will constitute the summary of the EIA Report) Disclosure of Consultants engaged Employment potential –skilled. adverse effects have been mitigated Names of the Consultants engaged with their brief resume and nature of Consultancy rendered Chairman 186 .