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ROAD REHABILITATION AND SAFETY PROJECT
(RRSP)
Rehabilitation and Maintenance of State Roads of the 1st
and 2nd category in the Republic of Serbia

site-specific
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN
for
road rehabilitation works on State Road of the IB Class,
No. 20 (old marking: M-7), section :

ZABALJ INTERSECTION - ZRENJANIN

- Environmental Category B -

FINAL DOCUMENT

BELGRADE, December 2012

State Road of the IB Class, No. 20 (old marking: M-7), Section: Zabalj Intersection - Zrenjanin
20121228, Environmental Management Plan – EMP, FINAL

TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ……………………………………………………………………5
1.
PROJECT DESCRIPTION ………………………………………………………..12
2.
POLICY, LEGAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE FRAMEWORK…………………….14
3.
BASELINE CONDITIONS ASSESSED DURING ROUTE SURVEY …………15
4.
SUMMARY OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS ………………………………..18
5.
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN ……………………………………..21
A. MITIGATION PLAN ...................................................................................... 21
B. MONITORING PLAN .................................................................................... 28
C. INSTITUTIONAL IMPLEMENTATION AND REPORTING
ARRANGEMENTS ...................................................................................... 28
6.
INFORMATION DISCLOSURE, CONSULTATIONS, AND PARTICIPATION 28
7.
REFERENCE ……………………………………………………………………..33

APPENDICES

I
II
III
IV

EMP - MITIGATION PLAN
EMP - MONITORING PLAN
RELEVANT SERBIAN LEGISLATION
STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT AND PUBLIC CONSULTATION

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State Road of the IB Class, No. 20 (old marking: M-7), Section: Zabalj Intersection - Zrenjanin
20121228, Environmental Management Plan – EMP, FINAL

ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS
AADT
CEP
EBRD
EIA
EIB
EMP
HSE
IFIs
INP
IPCM
MoEDEP
MoT
PERS
PINP
PSEP
PSC
RE
RRSP
SE
SLMP
SSIP
WB
WMP

Annual Average Daily Traffic
Contractor’s Environmental Plan
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
Environmental Impact Assessment
European Investment Bank
Environmental Management Plan
Health, Safety and Environment
International Financing Institutions
Institute for Nature Protection of the Republic of Serbia
Institute for Protection of Cultural Monuments of the Republic of Serbia
Ministry of Energy, Development and Environmental Protection
Ministry of Transport (fmr. Ministry of Infrastructure and Energy – MoIE)
Public Enterprise “Roads of Serbia”
Provincial Institute for the Nature Protection
Provincial Secretariat for Environmental Protection
Project Supervision Consultant
Resident Engineer
Road Rehabilitation and Safety Project
Site Engineer
Safety Labour Management Plan
Site Specific Implementation Plan
The World Bank Group
Waste Management Plan

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and as such. The activities related to subsequent regular maintenance of this section are not the main focus of this EMP. The Project has been classified as Environmental Category B.2 km segment located between Zabalj and Zrenjanin (see picture No. the future contractor's obligation. Section: Zabalj Intersection . former Ministry of Infrastructure and Energy (MoIE). a project requiring an EMP pursuant to IFIs Safeguard Policies. Project implementing entity is Public Enterprise Putevi Srbije (PERS). This road section is a 24.e. Location of Zabalj Intersection – Zrenjanin road section -4- . The Project Proponent is the Government of Serbia. as it will become part of the respective Contract for the implementation of civil works. The preparation of this EMP was undertaken through a desk study and field investigations. section Zabalj Intersection . acting through its Ministry of Transport (MoT). 20 (old marking: M-7). procedures and policies. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. This site specific EMP is focusing more on the rehabilitation phase of the selected investment. international conventions and IFIs safeguard policies.1).State Road of the IB Class. Project will comply with Serbian legislation. The EMP is based primarily on field investigations performed during July and August 2012. but bare presented herewith for the purpose of completeness.Zrenjanin 20121228. 20. i.Zrenjanin to ensure application of the good environmental practice and document compliance with the requirements of the International Financing Institutions (IFIs) which will finance Serbian Road Rehabilitation and Safety Project (RRSP). The objective of this EMP is to address the environmental impacts and management issues associated with the proposed road rehabilitation. including consultations with regional level representatives and local stakeholders. FINAL INTRODUCTION This Environmental Management Plan (EMP) has been prepared for the proposed rehabilitation of the State Road of the IB Class. No. No. Picture 1.

Zrenjanin 20121228. No. The section is located in clearly flat area.2 km long road section Zabalj Intersection – Zrenjanin belongs to the list of sub-project to be implemented during first year of project implementation and it is selected as one of 4 relevant sample sections (sample subprojects) for which site-specific EMPs are prepared in the first batch of projects. FINAL EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Project description Road Rehabilitation and Safety Project (RRSP) represents the first phase of the Government’s National Road Rehabilitation Program and is expected to cover. The section is typically rural.State Road of the IB Class. Bridge over Jegricka Canal and information about protected area -5- . Jegricka Canal is a part of Nature Park “Jegricka” which is statutory protected under III zone of protection. Length of the section is 24. Picture 1. The section is located in Vojvodina.2 km. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. Administrative units and it goes through the territories of City of Zabalj and Zrenjanin. The section belongs to the IB state road category. on medium high embankment. Jegricka Canal and the Tisa River. The road alignment goes across two bigger watercourses. number 20 (old classification arterial road M-7). 20 (old marking: M-7). the rehabilitation of about 1. Road rehabilitation works on proposed 24. over a period of 4-5 years. Section: Zabalj Intersection . without passing through the settlements.370 km of national roads spread over the entire country.

Environmental Management Plan – EMP. FINAL Picture 2. The environmental legislation currently in force in Republic of Serbia is summarized in Appendix III. Draining will be performed over the pavement surface with ditches that will be partly drainage and partly absorbing ditches. -6- . nor long lasting disruptions to the natural environment and human settlements and activities. Policy. former Ministry for Environment and Spatial Planning. The project therefore entails no resettlement and land acquisition as defined by OP 4. 20 (old marking: M-7).01. is the key institution in the Republic of Serbia responsible for formulation and implementation of environmental policy matters. Works will not be undertaken over bridges that cross natural protected areas. but in that case all widenings will be undertaken within the right of way. Bridge over Jegricka River and a view to a Nature Park “Jegricka” The road works covered by the Project will be carried on the existing road with no change of the alignments. Development and Environmental Protection (MoEDEP). No. Through the Detailed Design Phase it will be reconsidered if some widening is necessary. therefore there will be no impact on water quality on protected watercourses. More details about this are available in Project’s Resettlement Policy Framework. legal and administrative framework The Ministry of Energy.State Road of the IB Class.Zrenjanin 20121228. Section: Zabalj Intersection .

Therefore Environmental Impact Assessment is not required for road rehabilitation projects unless theirs alignment is placed within or in the vicinity of natural/cultural protected areas. and the whole stretch is free of residential buildings. PERS submitted request to the PINP during November 2012 in order to obtain preconditions under which proposed project should be implemented. fairly distanced from city of Zabalj.State Road of the IB Class. EIB Statement of Environmental and Social Principles and Standards (2008). WB will require that the projects comply with the Serbian legislation and the Bank’s OP 4.01. Road section Zabalj intersection – Zrenjanin is partially placed in the vicinity of natural protected area (Nature Park “Jegricka”.01 Environmental Assessment. which is completely in line with European EIA Directive . Documentation received from PINP and PSEP will be integral part of TOR for this project.PSEP). Until today. depending strictly on the opinions obtained from the relevant institutions (Provincial Institute for the Nature Protection1 . No. Lender requirements will also apply to this project and include the following Environmental Policies 1. PERS still haven’t received any respond from PINP regarding this issue. FINAL In the Republic of Serbia. and also based on requirements defined within this EMP document. in Zrenjanin suburb area. III Category of protection) so the EIA could be required for this project in accordance with the Serbian legislation. Only residential zone is noted on the end of proposed road section. Baseline conditions assessed during route survey The start of the section is in Zabalj intersection. 2. 1 2 Provincial Institute was contacted but opinion is not obtained yet This opinion will be obtained after receiving the opinion from Provincial Institute for Nature Protection -7- . After receiving abovementioned documents (preconditions of PINP and opinion of PSEP).Zrenjanin 20121228. Operational Policy OP 4. the Environmental Impact Assessment procedure is regulated by the Law on Environmental Impact Assessment.PINP and Provincial Secretariat for Environmental Protection2 . Section goes to the km 24+200. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. Section: Zabalj Intersection . EBRD and EIB will require that the project complies with the Republic of Serbia national laws and EU standards. This will ensure proper implementation of all project related environmental requirements and will offset or minimize any impact on local human and biotic environment.85/337/EEC. EBRD Environmental and Social Policy 2008 3. Request for opinion regarding necessity of EIA procedure for this project will be submitted to the PSEP together with other relevant project documentation which mandatory include preconditions of PINP. PERS will define a Terms of Reference for this particular project. 20 (old marking: M-7).

and gaseous emissions. As for the potential pollution during operation. Within the corridor of road section Zabalj Intersection – Zrenjanin there is no significant point sources of noise or air pollution. in accordance with the Law on water (“Official Gazette of RS”. Summary of environmental impacts The possible temporary impacts as consequence of the construction activities will consist of. Current traffic load (AADT) on this road sub section is 7017 vehicles/day. -8- . No. potential pollution of soils and water resources. zone of the existing bridges over Jegricka and Tisa rivers are excluded from the project. brief disturbance to biota. which if not managed properly.Zrenjanin 20121228. A segment of proposed road section from Zabalj Intersection to Zrenjanin is crossing Jegricka Canal in the vicinity of natural protected area – Nature Park “Jegricka”.01 during the project implementation. In such a case.01 are anticipated. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. damage to access roads. procedures for action in incidental situations. these are limited to accidents only. 54/96. However. The contractor’s yard and workers’ camp can be potential sources of temporary adverse impacts. Offsite activities include quarry. dust nuisance. 20 (old marking: M-7). Local residents (in Zrenjanin suburb zone) will be affected with minor air and noise pollution during rehabilitation works on proposed road section. the impact on water quality is expected to be minimal to negligible. transversally (to gutters. as defined by the Ministry of Interior and in the Water Law. roadway safety. Section: Zabalj Intersection . Wastewater discharged during the works can jeopardize the quality of the surface and underground water in rivers Jegricka and Tisa.State Road of the IB Class. And more important. burrow pit and asphalt plant operations. No relocation and resettlement issues as defined by OP 4. 101/05). FINAL The section is intersected by two important river flow (the Jegricka Canal and Tisa River). disruption of current traffic circulation. although the bridge zones are excluded from the project. Various cases of water contamination can occur during the rehabilitation of the road and future operation. Adequate mitigation measures and monitoring activities are planned. among others. due to the fact that pavement on subject bridges is replaced recently and there is no need to replace it again. There will be no land acquisition as defined by OP 4. Mitigation measures and monitoring plan which are part of this EMP document contain basic recommendations regarding this issue. will apply. and momentary interference to neighbouring settlements through various operation activities. due to existing river classification and small amounts of expected drainage water. may cause localized adverse impacts. over the shoulders into the ditches or along the slopes of embankments) and longitudinally (by gutters and ditches to culverts or watercourses). Drainage of run-off water is ensured on both directions.

The Contractor will be required to provide a short statement that confirms that:  the EMP conditions have been costed into the bid price.e. timeframe. since they are the primary transport routes for communication between Zabalj and Zrenjanin . belong to group of the "commuter roads". -9- .State Road of the IB Class. as listed in Appendix I would offset or minimize any impact on local human and biotic environment that might be related with any long-term cumulative negative effects. reversible and manageable if the mitigation measures as given in the EMP are properly implemented. Monitoring Plan (Appendix II) and institutional arrangements and reporting procedures During the rehabilitation. 20 (old marking: M-7). Environmental management plan Possible environmental impacts will be mitigated during the design/prerehabilitation. this issue will be addressed through the project's road safety component. The EMP consist 3 parts: Mitigation Plan (Appendix I). The proper implementation of the EMP measures. FINAL In respect to future use of the rehabilitated road section . and the responsibility for its implementation and supervision. and operation Phases. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. Following the award of the contract and before commencing the work. rehabilitation and operational phases. on which significant increase of road traffic as a result of rehabilitation works is not expected. In respect to impact of the potential increase of the vehicle speed on rehabilitated roads. The contractor will submit the CEP to the PERS for approval. Section: Zabalj Intersection .Zrenjanin 20121228. as summarized in the Environmental Management Plan as shown in Appendix I. No. The CEP will amplify how the Contractor will address the activities in the rehabilitation section of the EMP. It summarizes all the anticipated environmental impacts and its associated mitigation measures during the design. rehabilitation. It makes reference to the laws and contract documents. A basic assessment of the proposed road rehabilitation project concluded that the rehabilitation impacts will be minor. the Contractor will prepare a Contractor‘s Environmental Plan (CEP) that addresses the conditions of the rehabilitation in the EMP that has been attached to the Bid and Contract Documents. approximate location. the Contractor will work according to the requirements of the Contractor‘s Environmental Plan (CEP) (based on the EMP) which has been prepared by the Contractor and according to the opinion of the Provincial Institute for Nature Protection.i. which will include implementation of the active and passive measures to control the vehicle speed on rehabilitated road sections. It is the Contractor’s obligation to cost implementation of environmental mitigation measures in his overall cost.this section belongs to the regional roads network. The findings and proposed mitigation measures have been compiled into an Environmental Mitigation Plan (Appendix I).

. 2. A monitoring plan for the proposed Project (Appendix II) has been prepared. 3.. Trg slobode 10. FINAL   the Contractor has a qualified and experienced person on the Contractor‘s team who will be responsible for the environmental compliance requirements of the EMP. 5. the Contractor and its sub-contractors will comply with Republic of Serbia national laws.10 - .rs Stakeholders that may have an interest in the project have been identified and listed in Appendix 4 and were consulted or advised about project related issues. EU standards and Lender requirements. Prior to announcement in the newspapers. No. contact person Igor Radovic. public consultations were undertaken during the preparation of EMP. all documents were delivered to the Municipality of Zrenjanin and made publicly available on site.State Road of the IB Class. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. Environmental issues to be monitored and the means of verification. 20 (old marking: M-7). and enforce them.Zrenjanin 20121228. Representatives of the local self-government informed the public through local media of the time and place of public consultations. The EMP and other project information were disclosed to the Public and were available locally to the communities at the and PERS office Community centres PE “Roads of Serbia“ web site 19a Vlajkoviceva St. Belgrade. The main components of the monitoring plans are the following: 1. authorities and relevant institutions to have an insight into the proposed road rehabilitation works and environmental impact of the project with presented mitigation and monitoring measures. 011 3206811 Zrenjanin Municipality. inviting the public. Applicable standards and criteria. and also placed at PERS web site.Information disclosure. 4. The in-country disclosure of the EMP document started on Dec 13th 2012 when invitation to the interested parties were published in the daily newspaper “Politika”. locations and parameters to be monitored. consultations and public participation As required by the IFIs Safeguards Policies. Disclosure of draft EMP document finished on December 20th 2012 when the public meeting was held in city of Zrenjanin. Stakeholder engagement .putevi-srbije. Section: Zabalj Intersection . Zrenjanin www. Specific areas. Duration and frequency and Institutional responsibilities for monitoring and supervision. PERS will build fines and penalties for any non-compliance into contracts.

The meeting started according to schedule at 12:00 PM.. there were local municipals. local time. and records of environmental and social issues raised and complaints received during consultations. PERS representative and local environmental officer. with corrective actions being implemented. A grievance form is attached in Appendix and hard copies will be made available at community centres. No. Section: Zabalj Intersection . which shall be updated as necessary. During the 7 days aimed for insight into the EMP document. field visits. and the complainant being informed of the outcome. A Grievance Mechanism will be implemented to ensure that all complaints from local communities are dealt with appropriately. Consultation ended at 02:00 PM. nobody came into PERS premises to see the EMP document. Among the others.11 - . Environmental Management Plan – EMP.State Road of the IB Class. 3 List of participants is presented within the Appendix IV. 20 (old marking: M-7). Beneficiary consultations will be conducted during the construction phase. EMP document was presented in detail to the interested attendees by the PERS representatives. During the public consultations. In advance of the work commencing PERS will provide information in:  Newspaper articles in one national and also in one local media. FINAL There were 8 attendees on public consultation meeting in Zrenjanin3. informal discussions. formal letters. During disclosure period there were no telephone or E-mail contacts regarding proposed EMP document. One of them were local citizen.Zrenjanin 20121228. . Detailed Report on Public Consultation process is presented within the Appendix IV of this EMP document and includes a list of identified stakeholders. will be followed up and the records will be kept in the project office at PERS. It will be applied to all complaints from affected parties. During Public Consultation process and EMP document disclosure no interested groups or other stakeholders visited the environmental department of Zrenjanin municipality in order to have insight into the EMP document. there were no significant remarks in regards to environmental protection issues.  Posters on main notice board at all community centres of potential affected Communities  Radio announcement of road diversions  Provide contact details of community liaison officers who are appointed to work with local communities. etc. .

scaling up of the use of efficient road asset management practices. The section is typically rural. FINAL 1. According to the old classification.12 - . on medium high embankment. Jegricka Canal and the Tisa River.370 km of national roads spread over the entire country. while its span is 401.2 km. Administrative units where the section is located are Zabalj and Zrenjanin. The road alignment goes across two bigger watercourses. at distance of not less than 100-150m.Srpska Crnja Border Crossing). without passing through the settlements. From the Tisa River to Zrenjanin. . Road rehabilitation works on proposed 24. Jegricka Canal is a part of Nature Park “Jegricka” which is statutory protected under III zone of protection. No. A bridge on the Jegricka Canal was constructed in 1981 and the bridge span is 61m. it belonged to the arterial road M-7 (Backa Palanka-Novi Sad-Zrenjanin-Zitiste-Nova Crnja.2 km long road section Zabalj Intersection – Zrenjanin belongs to the list of sub-project to be implemented during first year of project implementation and it is selected as one of 4 relevant sample subprojects for which site-specific EMPs are prepared. The planned works include milling of the existing wearing course. The bridge was rehabilitated in detail in 2005.5m (the road was constructed as the first phase of future motorway). effectiveness and safety of its main and regional road network. The section belongs to the IB state road category. Length of the section is 24. RRSP main objective is “to support the Government of Serbia in enhancing the efficiency. There are several farms (“salasi”) alongside the road.5m.00 m. number 20 (Novi Sad-ZrenjaninSecanj-Plandiste-Vrsac). Location Description The section is located in Vojvodina. The section is located in clearly flat area. partly in the administrative district of the Southern Banat. Section: Zabalj Intersection . PROJECT DESCRIPTION Road Rehabilitation and Safety Project (RRSP) represents the first phase of the Government’s National Road Rehabilitation Program and is expected to cover. while in 2010 sidewalks were reconstructed and fences replaced. except for the part across the Tisa River. remedy of cracks from cement stabilization and construction of two new asphalt layers. 20 (old marking: M-7). Pavement width is 8.State Road of the IB Class. through the improvement of a proportion of these road networks. covering the stretch from Zabalj intersection to the Tisa River. The bridge on the Tisa was constructed in 1963. the section goes through weekend settlements whose buildings and structures do not occupy the road reserve and these generally do not have accesses to the main road. and the strengthening of the institutional capacity of PERS”. the institutionalization of safe road design principles and road safety audits. over a period of 4-5 years. Environmental Management Plan – EMP.Zrenjanin 20121228. and partly in the administrative district of the Central Banat. the rehabilitation of about 1. where the road is narrowed to 7.

Environmental Management Plan – EMP. The canals are neglected and not cleaned recently. 20 (old marking: M-7). on locations where the road crosses over the melioration canals.State Road of the IB Class. As for the potential pollution during operation. No. procedures for action in incidental situations. In such a case. Rehabilitation works description The road works covered by the Project will be carried on existing road with no change of the alignments. FINAL Picture 4. there are several culverts on the section. In addition to these structures. Section: Zabalj Intersection . nor long lasting disruptions to the natural environment and human settlements and activities. The project therefore entails no resettlement and land acquisition as defined by OP 4. The design states rehabilitation of culverts. these are limited to accidents only. . their full function will not be achieved unless the institution for water management cleans the canals.13 - . will apply. due to the fact that pavement on subject bridges is replaced recently and there is no need to replace it again. but based on the experience from the previous sections where the culverts were treated within the right of way and cleaned and excavated to the required depth in accordance with the requirements from the local institution for water management. Draining will be performed over the pavement surface with ditches that will be partly drainage and partly absorbing ditches.01.Zrenjanin 20121228. as defined by the Ministry of Interior and in the Water Law. Location of Zabalj Intersection – Zrenjanin road section Zrenjanin Zabalj Works on the bridges over Jegricka and Tisa rivers are excluded from the project.

20 (old marking: M-7). EIA procedure in the Republic of Serbia In the juridical system of the Republic of Serbia. among which are the Institute for Nature Protection of Serbia (INP) and the Institute for Protection of Cultural Monuments of the Republic of Serbia (IPCM). POLICY. Depending on assessment of significance of potential environmental impacts of project it could be decided that it is necessary to implement full EIA procedure for that kind of projects. No. III Category of protection) so the EIA could be required for this project in accordance with the Serbian legislation. FINAL 2.Zrenjanin 20121228. The other aspects of environmental management related to road rehabilitation projects are dealt with several other institutions. Existing Serbian legislation Environmental protection in Republic of Serbia is regulated by several national and municipal laws and by-laws. which is completely in line with European EIA Directive 85/337/EEC.State Road of the IB Class. Section: Zabalj Intersection . PERS still haven’t received any respond from PINP regarding this issue. Until today.14 - . Request for opinion regarding necessity of EIA procedure for this project will be submitted to the PSEP together with other relevant project documentation which mandatory include preconditions of PINP. Road section Zabalj intersection – Zrenjanin is partially placed in the vicinity of natural protected area (Nature Park “Jegricka”. LEGAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE FRAMEWORK Relevant Institutions The Ministry of Energy. Development and Environmental Protection (MoEDEP). PERS submitted request to the PINP during November 2012 in order to obtain preconditions under which proposed project should be implemented 4. Environmental Management Plan – EMP.PSEP). The environmental legislation in force in Serbia is summarized in Appendix III. the Environmental Impact Assessment procedure is regulated by the Law on Environmental Impact Assessment. and the Public Enterprise “Roads of Serbia” (PERS). In that case Project proponent is obliged to submit Request for Decision-making on the necessity of preparation of the Environmental Impact Assessment to the MoEDEP. 4 See Appendix V of this EMP Document .PINP and Provincial Secretariat for Environmental Protection . depending strictly on the opinions obtained from the relevant institutions (Provincial Institute for the Nature Protection . Therefore Environmental Impact Assessment is not required for road rehabilitation projects unless theirs alignment is placed within or in the vicinity of natural/cultural protected areas. former Ministry for Environment and Spatial Planning is the key institution in Republic of Serbia responsible for formulation and implementation of environmental policy matters.

Documentation received from PINP and PSEP will be integral part of TOR for this project. A PIT representative appointed for environmental protection took independent field survey together with the WB representative during August 2012 and with the EBRD representative during September 2012. This will ensure proper implementation of all project related environmental requirements and will offset or minimize any impact on local human and biotic environment. 20 (old marking: M-7). EBRD: Environmental and Social Policy 2008 EIB: Statement of Environmental and Social Principles and Standards (2008). BASELINE CONDITIONS ASSESSED DURING ROUTE SURVEY Road section Zabalj Intersection to Zrenjanin is located in Vojvodina.2 km. PERS will define a Terms of Reference for this particular project. No. Road section Zabalj intersection – Zrenjanin is partially placed in the vicinity of natural protected area (Nature Park “Jegricka”. As a conclusion. Section: Zabalj Intersection . 3. III Category of protection). Route survey was carried out by the PERS representatives several times during 2012.Zrenjanin 20121228. Environmental Management Plan – EMP.Zrenjanin road section”5 during period between June and July 2012.15 - . Administrative units where the section is located are Zabalj and Zrenjanin. it could be stated that GoS regulations do not require separate section-specific EMP to be undertaken for this type of investments (road rehabilitation). and also based on requirements defined within this EMP document. which require partial EIA and development of site specific EMPs for projects belonging to Category B. Relevant IFIs Policies and Statements As the road rehabilitation will be funded by IFIs the following Lender requirements will need to be applied to the any works:    WB: Operational Policy OP 4. Length of the section is 24. as an integral part of project preparation activities. FINAL After receiving abovementioned documents (preconditions of PINP and opinion of PSEP).. EBRD and EIB will require that the project complies with the Republic of Serbia national laws and EU standards. Within road section there are no protected cultural areas which could be impacted by the 5 Document is available in PE “Roads of Serbia” – Sector for Investment .State Road of the IB Class. northern Serbia.01 Environmental Assessment. PERS is performed detailed “Diagnostic on proposed Zabalj Intersection . while the WB policy requires partial EIA assessment and preparation of site-specific EMP for each section.

Bridge over Tisa River .01 during the project implementation. and the whole stretch is free of residential buildings. Section: Zabalj Intersection . over the shoulders into the ditches or along the slopes of embankments) and longitudinally (by gutters and ditches to culverts or watercourses).Zrenjanin 20121228. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. A segment of proposed road section from Zabalj Intersection to Zrenjanin is crossing Jegricka Canal in the vicinity of natural protected area – Nature Park “Jegricka”. Adequate mitigation measures and appropriate monitoring plan are included in this EMP document. Only residential zone is noted on the end of proposed road section. Settlements The start of the section is in Zabalj intersection. FINAL road rehabilitation works. in Zrenjanin suburb area.State Road of the IB Class. Section goes to the km 24+200. 20 (old marking: M-7). There will be no land acquisition as defined by OP 4. Picture 5. No. transversally (to gutters. Drainage of run-off water is ensured on both directions. Watercourses The section is intersected by two important river flow (the Jegricka Canal and Tisa River). fairly distanced from city of Zabalj.16 - .

20 (old marking: M-7). Existing major road M-7 is linear source which causes additional emission of air pollutants along the corridor of proposed road section.Zrenjanin 20121228. Data on the measured values of air pollution in the observed corridor were not available. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. Traffic counting performed in recent years6 and traffic forecast shows that no significance increase of road traffic will occur after the rehabilitation works on proposed road section.17 - . Jegricka River Noise and Air pollution Within the corridor of road section Zabalj Intersection – Zrenjanin there is no significant point sources of noise or air pollution. No. 6 Available on PERS web site . Based on experience and expected traffic load during and after the planned road rehabilitation works. Section: Zabalj Intersection .State Road of the IB Class. FINAL Picture 6. the increase of existing levels of air pollutants within the corridor of proposed road section is not expected.

low There will be no land acquisition as defined by OP 4.01 during the project implementation.State Road of the IB Class. No. low According to the recommendations prescribed within the preconditions obtained by Institute for nature protection Temporary impact The rehabilitation and widening works won't affect existing crossing points. M-7) on Zabalj . 20 (old marking: M-7). low air quality. soil management.18 - .Zrenjanin 20121228. 20 (old marking. low waste. noise. Section: Zabalj Intersection . FINAL Noise Existing state road of the IB class. No specific issues With application of waste handling measures Ensured through . Based on experience and expected traffic load during and after the planned road rehabilitation works. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. low ground and surface water. the increase of existing levels of noise within the corridor of proposed road section is not expected. the consequential impact is minimal to negligible Temporary impact flora and fauna (protected areas and low species). no. Due to low amount of drainage water that can be drained into Jegricka River and Tisa River.Zrenjanin road direction as linear source is the only dominant noise source. 4. low access/crossing points of the main low road and local roads. SUMMARY OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS The following table provides a summary of the Environmental Impacts that are predicted for the project impact significance comment impacts on land use/ settlements.

The dust may settle on vegetation.19 - . and may cause some degree of impact. Noise caused by the rehabilitation works will be only a temporary impact. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. Relatively small traffic load on proposed road and non-presence of significant amount of residential buildings placed close to the road lead to the conclusion that noise barriers will not be implemented within this project. No. 20 (old marking: M-7). and momentary interference to neighbouring settlements through various construction and operation activities. which if not managed properly. damage to access roads. Most of the impacts are of temporary character and they disappear after the road rehabilitation works are completed. rehabilitation works may cause a slight increase of noise levels and air pollutants concentrations during the works only Road rehabilitation works on proposed Zabalj Intersection – Zrenjanin section will have only minor impacts on the environment (environmental category B). . Air and noise pollution within the residential areas It is expected that local residents who are living in suburb zone of Zrenjanin will be affected with minor air and noise pollution during rehabilitation works on proposed road section. The possible temporary impacts as consequence of the construction activities will consist of among others: disruption of current traffic circulation. Section: Zabalj Intersection . waste and dust nuisance. noise. Local Air quality may experience some moderate and temporary deterioration due to dust from construction traffic and elevated levels of nitrogen oxide (NOx) and sulphur oxide (SOx) from construction equipment exhaust are the primary pollutants. The Contractor’s yard and workers’ camp can be potential sources of temporary adverse impacts.Zrenjanin 20121228. potential impacts of soils and water resources. may cause localized adverse impacts. structures and buildings. . Noise barriers should be constructed only if they are determined to be "reasonable" and "feasible" which is not the case in proposed road rehabilitation project. and air emissions. crops. brief disturbance to biota. roadway safety. significance comment Medium/mod erate environmental management .State Road of the IB Class.waste and wastewater management plan will be prepared and implemented Temporary. Off-site activities include quarry. borrow pit and asphalt plant operations. FINAL impact cumulative impacts etc.

The oily wash-water should be passed through an adequately sized. Jegricka canal. in accordance with the Law on water (“Official Gazette of RS”. Should spills occur in any part of the road. gravity oil separator prior to discharge. Fuel and lubricant spills can. Tisa River . occur at the Contractor’s work camp and motorpool while maintaining and washing equipment and work vehicles. in most instances. Picture 7.Zrenjanin 20121228. as defined by the Ministry of Interior and in the Water Law. 54/96. spills and -water from the equipment maintenance areas and sanitary wastewater effluent from the work camps. Therefore there is no need for any mitigation measure or monitoring activities related to possible Tisa river contamination. these are limited to accidents only. Bridge over Tisa River is designed to collect all polluted water from the bridge pavement and transport it on a sufficient distance from Tisa River. No. will apply. or sand and scrape off the contaminated soils and dispose them in approved facility. such as absorbent mats/fabrics.State Road of the IB Class. Section: Zabalj Intersection .20 - . As for the potential pollution during operation. FINAL Potential water contamination Cases of water contamination may occur during the rehabilitation of the project road from site run off. especially in the vicinity of natural protected area (zone of Nature Park “Jegricka”). procedures for action in incidental situations. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. to mitigate the problem the Contractor should use absorbing materials. 20 (old marking: M-7). In such a case. 101/05).

The EMP (Appendix I and Appendix II) is based on the type. It is the Contractor’s obligation to cost the implementation of environmental mitigation measures in his overall cost. It makes reference to the preconditions obtained from the relevant institution (Provincial Institute for the Nature Protection7 and Provincial Secretariat for Environmental Protection8).21 - . reversible and manageable if the mitigation measures as given in the EMP are properly implemented. rehabilitation and operational phases. timeframe. Provincial Institute was contacted but opinion is not obtained yet This opinion will be obtained after receiving the opinion from Provincial Institute for Nature Protection . A basic assessment of the proposed road reconstruction and rehabilitation project concluded that the rehabilitation impacts will be minor. as summarized in the Environmental Management Plan. It summarizes all the anticipated environmental impacts and its associated mitigation measures during the design. and operation phases. The EMP is a part of the work program and as such it must be addressed by the Contractor and carried out as required. and the responsibility for its implementation and supervision. Contractor Management The recommendations and proposed mitigation measures. The contractor will use this document to cost his compliance with the EMP. 20 (old marking: M-7). ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN Possible environmental impacts will be mitigated during the design/prerehabilitation. The Contractor will be required to provide a short statement that confirms that:  7 8 the EMP conditions have been costed into the bid price. Section: Zabalj Intersection . Experience shows that inadequate application of the EMP by the Contractor may occur due to weak linkages of the EMP with the contract documents. extent and duration of the identified environmental impacts. Mitigation measures will be incorporated as part of the standard design and rehabilitation practices and as such their costs will be included in the rehabilitation cost. A. law and contract documents. FINAL 5.Zrenjanin 20121228. No. MITIGATION PLAN The findings and proposed mitigation measures have been compiled into an Environmental Mitigation Plan (Appendix I). Environmental Management Plan – EMP. EMP is a forming part of the Bid and Contract document. approximate location. This will be refined during the detailed design stage.State Road of the IB Class. rehabilitation. as shown in Appendix I will be attached to the Project Bidding Documents and subsequently the Contractors‘ contracts. PERS (the Implementing Agency) will guide the design and supervision engineers and contractors on the implementation of the EMP.

these are limited to accidents only.State Road of the IB Class. This will be refined during the detailed design stage.22 - . including producing of EIA Study. to Environmental Authorities in Vojvodina (EAV) in order to receive decision about necessity of full EIA procedure for proposed project. 5. together with this EMP document. Provision of materials needed for construction works Material transport Material placement Site organization Waste management The right-of-way arrangement (cleaning) Technical specifications for work execution which address environmental. health and safety protection measures that meet legal and Lender requirements (including the measures defined in the EMP and Safety Labour Management Plan. If EAV made decision that full EIA is mandatory. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. the Contractor and its sub-contractors will comply with Republic of Serbia national laws. as defined by the Ministry of Interior and in the Water Law. PERS is obliged to submit request. together with the preconditions obtained. No. will be carried out during the design phase in preparation for the mobilisation of the project: The Site Organization Plan will be prepared as part of Detailed design. PERS is obliged to follow complete EIA procedure prescribed by Serbian Law. Preliminary works . health and safety protection measures: 1. In addition to addressing the requirements of the Mitigation Plan the following additional activities. 4. FINAL   the Contractor has a qualified and experienced person on the Contractor‘s team who will be responsible for the environmental compliance requirements of the EMP. Mitigation measures will be incorporated as part of the standard design and rehabilitation practices and as such their costs will be included in the rehabilitation cost. 20 (old marking: M-7). The plan will contain basic requirements related to: 1. Mitigation measures and monitoring program prescribed within the EIA Study will be basic project environmental requests. Section: Zabalj Intersection . EU standards and Lender requirements . procedures for action in incidental situations. In such a case. 2. 6. Site organization study incorporates environmental.Zrenjanin 20121228. will apply. Design Phase Project proponent (PERS) contacted Provincial Institute for Nature Protection in Novi Sad in order to obtain preconditions under which rehabilitation works could be performed in the vicinity of natural protected area – Nature Park “Jegricka”. Design phase will take place just after the appraisal of the project. As for the potential pollution during operation. 3.

vibration.State Road of the IB Class. The contractor will have his own representative on site – the Site Engineer (SE) who will be responsible for implementing the contract and complying with the CEP. the Contractor together with the person on the Contractor‘s staff who will be responsible for supervising the CEP will meet the Project Supervision Consultant PSC (Environment) on-site. etc. Following the approval of the CEP. the Contractor will prepare a Contractor‘s Environmental Plan (CEP) that addresses the conditions of the rehabilitation in the EMP that has been attached to the Bid and Contract Documents including measures to comply with national legalisation and Lender requirements. The CEP will detail how the Contractor will address the activities in the rehabilitation section of the EMP. No. asphalt plant. The contractor will submit the CEP to the PERS for approval. 4. FINAL 2. Rehabilitation works Preparation of site and establishment of contractor‘s facilities: This applies to all of the Contractor‘s facilities. etc. If the plan is appropriate and implementable. Section: Zabalj Intersection .23 - . the Contractor will work according to the requirements of the Contractor‘s Environmental Plan (CEP) (based on the EMP) which has been prepared by the Contractor and approved by PERS. The Resident Engineer (RE) will direct the Contractor with regard to compliance with the CEP. The PERS will carry out independent monitoring of the work and can issue Defect Notices to the RE who will transmit these to the Contractor.. labour camps (when needed). Rehabilitation works on the existing pavement Earth works Drainage Traffic signage systems PERS is responsible for checking that the EMP and SLMP requirements are incorporated into the site organization. workshops. The location and development of the Contractors‘ facilities will be approved by the RE. concrete batching areas. the PSC will advise the PE that the Contractor can now commence work. Rehabilitation Phase Mobilisation – Contractor EMP During the rehabilitation. storage areas. 20 (old marking: M-7). they do not interfere with the environment and social well-being of the surrounding communities re noise. . 5. Supervision and monitoring of the CEP activities will be undertaken as follows: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) The contractor has the initial responsibility for preparing and implementing the CEP as per the works contract. Contractor prepares CEP: following the award of the contract and before commencing the work.Zrenjanin 20121228. Locations will be selected so that: 1. dust. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. 3.

Description and layout of equipment maintenance areas and lubricant and fuel storage facilities including distance from water sources/bodies. The contractor must have trained personnel who are competent in fuel handling procedures and for cleaning up accidental spills. including vehicle parking areas. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. At the closure of the site. No. FINAL 2. Prevention of soil erosion on construction site: The contractor will be responsible for ensuring that the erosion is contained by soil conservation protection methods. 20 (old marking: M-7). the size of contractor‘s facilities are limited to absolute minimum to reduce unnecessary clearing of vegetation. 3. in accordance with the Law on water (“O.Zrenjanin 20121228. All waste oil.000 litres is stored on site. 8. 7.State Road of the IB Class. removed and replaced with fresh topsoil. Section: Zabalj Intersection .Gazette of RS”. Paved areas. The contractor‘s facilities are to be contained within an adequate security fence. 101/05). 6. 5. 11. The contractor will: Limit the extent of excavation to reduce soil erosion potential. 12. Avoid excavation and operating machinery in wet ground conditions. Where fuel in excess of 5. Apply soil conservation protection methodology to susceptible areas to prevent / minimize storm water runoff carrying eroded materials off-site. 2. all contaminated soil will be excavated. it becomes essential for the Contractor to prepare and later conscientiously implement the EMP throughout the duration of the project to ensure compliance with legislative and Lender requirements. 3. workshops and fuel storage areas are to drain to an oil and water separator. The emphasis of the EMP shall be on the following: 1. 4. oil and fuel filters will be collected and disposed of in secure landfill areas.24 - . . Clearing of sites and removal and disposal of vegetation: Wherever possible limit area to be cleared and avoid excessive machine disturbance of the topsoil. the sites are properly drained. All workshops would be provided with oil and water separators. Layout of the work camp and details of the proposed measures to address adverse environmental impacts resulting from its installation. 13. Environmental Management during Rehabilitation works Considering all the identified impacts. 15. Sewage and septage management plan for provision of sanitary latrines and proper sewage collection and disposal system to prevent pollution of watercourses A plan (mechanism and organizational structure) detailing the means by which local people and other project affected persons (PAP) can raise . 16. fuel storage areas are not located within 20m of a water course. it will be stored in sealed tanks on a concrete base that is bunded to hold 110% of the tank capacity. Cleared material is to be piled into manageable sized heaps according to disposal or re-use requirements. 10. 14. 9. sanitary waste and grey waters are treated before release into surface water systems.

Zrenjanin 20121228. During rehabilitation. cement bags etc. 20 (old marking: M-7). consultations. Licensed/approved facilities for solid and liquid waste disposal must be used and a duty of care and chain of custody for all waste leaving the site will be followed. All oils and fuels will be required to be stored within secondary containment of 110 % capacity and all spillages shall be cleaned up immediately. 8. No. the Contractor will monitor the worksite conditions and apply dust control measures. as well as list of equipment to be used. Oil and fuel storage management plan. . 36/09) The Contractor’s SSIP should cover all aspects of waste management. It should specify final disposal alignments for all waste and demonstrate compliance to national legislation and best practice procedures on waste management. measures to minimize loss of fertility of topsoil. sand and gravel.State Road of the IB Class. as a minimum. which include reducing construction traffic movements and spraying water on exposed areas. 7. through dialogues. include details of temporary waste storage. Section: Zabalj Intersection . are to be suitably disposed of. refuelling of plant and machinery and procedures for minimizing the risk of ground and water contamination. grievances arising from the rehabilitation process and how these will be addressed (e. All categories of spillage will be reported in accordance with the Plan to be developed by The Contractor.. Hazardous waste will be stored and removed from the construction site on demobilization. If these cannot be recovered for scrap value these materials should be taken to an approved landfill sites for safe disposal. including implementation of practice standards such as reduce. As part of the plan Contractors will be expected to produce waste handling forms for chain of custody. Dust management plan which shall include schedule for water spraying on access road and in nearby settlements along the project road. All records will be kept by the Contractor for audit purposes and to demonstrate that the project is complying with best practice and applicable legislation. transportation and usage of oils and fuels. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. lumber. etc.) (see Appendix 4 for the Project grievance mechanism) . Thus the waste controller will keep a copy of the form and the driver will always carry a copy and will ensure that the load is signed for at the final disposal site.g. 6. A plan indicating the location of the proposed material extraction site as well as rehabilitation measures to be implemented for the borrow areas and access roads upon project completion. FINAL 4. 5. re-use and recycle. Soil Management Plan detailing measures to be undertaken to minimize effects of wind and water erosion on stockpiles. haul routes and disposal site. when dust may be generated. waste transfer and pre-treatment prior to final disposal or recycling. Waste and wastewater management plan. timeframes. which will be used to control waste leaving site.25 - . The Contractor’s SSIP should cover all procedures for storage. The Waste Management Plan will. Disposal of waste materials: All construction waste materials including drums. This applies to all of construction sites and haul roads. Re-fuelling vehicles will carry Spill Kits to enable spillages to be cleaned up as soon as possible. Toolbox Talks would be expected to be delivered on an ongoing basis as „continued training‟ and following any significant incident. in accordance with the Law on Waste management (“Official Gazette of RS”.

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9.

10.

11.

12.

13.

In-river works management plan. The Contractor’s SSIP should cover
procedures and plans for safeguarding aquatic habitats and fish during inriver work (Tisa and Jegricka River) and will complement the Construction
Method Statements.
Camp management plan. The Contractor’s SSIP should contain procedures
for establishing and operating construction camps in order to safeguard nearby
communities and environmental resources.
Emergency response plan. The Contractor’s SSIP should contain procedures
for emergency response in the event of accidents or major incidents, in order
to safeguard people, property and environmental resources. Details of the
spill response equipment to be provided on site are to be specified.
Noise – all equipment is licenced and approved in accordance with EU
standards. This applies to all machinery, vehicles and construction sites
where noise and vibration may affect susceptible receptors. The contractor
will be responsible for ensuring that noise and vibration does not affect the
adjacent communities, in accordance with the Law on noise protection
(“Official Gazette of RS”, 36/09).. While it is unlikely that noise and vibration
will be an issue due to the large distances between the activities and the
communities the Contractor will confine all work to daylight hours (0700hrs 1900hrs) should the community find that any night time operations become a
nuisance.
Rehabilitation Plan: Clearance and rehabilitation of construction sites and
removal of contractor‘s facilities: It is the contractor the Contractor‘s
responsibility to address site cleanup. This includes the removal of all waste
materials, machinery and any contaminated soil. The contractor will develop
a plan for handover, sale or removal of all plant, vehicles and machinery to
ensure that no unserviceable items are left on the construction site, in
accordance with the Law on Waste management (“Official Gazette of RS”,
36/09). All construction sites and work areas will be rehabilitated so that
these can be returned as close as possible to their previous uses. This
includes the stabilization and landscaping of all of the construction sites. No
waste will be left on site after the work is completed, in accordance with the
Law on environmental protection (“Official Gazette of RS”, 135/04, 36/09,
72/09). Should the Contractor fail to remove the waste, the PERS is entitled
to withhold payment and arrange the clean-up and deduct the cost of the
clean-up and administrative charges from the final payment.

Safety
Safety and Hazard Assessment: Before commencing work, the Contractor will be
required to identify potential hazards. Provisions for emergency responses are to
be included in the Contractor‘s site safety plan which is to include nomination of a
person who will be immediately contacted should an accident occur. The site
safety plan will be submitted to the PSC for approval one week prior to starting
work.
1.

The contractor will be required to keep the site free of drugs and alcohol.
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2.
The contractor‘s site safety plan will include provision for a safe work
environment and provide safety measures and protective equipment to all workers
including; hand, head, eye and ear protection and safety footwear.
3.
The site safety plan will include provision for first aid facilities on-site and
employ a trained first aid person, in accordance with the Law on Safety and Health
at work (“Official Gazette of RS”, 101/05).
4.
The contractor will provide supplies of potable water, toilets and wash water
to the workers.
5.
Safety and Labour Management Plan (SLMP), prepared by the PERS, will be
consisting part of bidding documentation, in order to ensure H&S provisions during
rehabilitation works.
6.
Contractor is obliged to perform all project activities by respecting SMP
recommendations and all Serbian laws and sub-laws which are covering H&S
issues.
The PERS and Contractor together have responsibility for reporting and
investigating incidents.
Community safety from increased vehicle movements: This applies to all vehicles
and particularly to haul trucks that pass through villages. The contractor will
ensure that all vehicles which pass through villages are operated safely without
endangering these communities. The contractor is to ensure that:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

all trucks and equipment is maintained in a safe operating condition,
all drivers and machinery operators are trained and act responsibly (to be
stipulated in the Contractor‘s site safety plan),
all loads are secured and all loads with potential dust generating materials
(e.g. excavated soil and sand) will be covered with tarpaulins,
the Contractor will immediately remove any drivers that ignore any of the
community safety requirements.
Speed limits will be observed

Prior to commencement of construction activities/site works, all of the above plans
will be submitted by the Contractor to the Sector for Investment within the PERS
for approval.
Following the completion of works a Site restoration will take place. It’s Contractor
obligation to restore location of the project as it was at beginning of the project.
Operational Phase
People Safety: During operation, according to the assessment performed within
the design phase, road safety features will include (i) measures to slow the traffic;
e.g. decreasing of speed at selected places (e.g. settlements, schools, markets,
etc.), (ii) dust suppression sealing, (iii) improvements in road signage and
pavement markings, and (iv) attention to road accident black spots.
Road Maintenance: Routine maintenance (grading, grass cutting, drain clearing,
and pothole patching and shoulder repairs, together with regular control and
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maintenance of drainage structures and retention) will be undertaken on regular
basis. Seasonal maintenance such as flood repairs, emergency maintenance to
reinstate roads after major failures, and the regular upkeep of safety features and
road signs will be undertaken as necessary. Major maintenance that include
resurfacing and repairs are typically scheduled over periods of several years.
B. MONITORING PLAN
A monitoring plan for the proposed Project (Appendix II) has been prepared. The
main components of the monitoring plans include:






Environmental issue to be monitored and the means of verification,
Specific areas, locations and parameters to be monitored;
Applicable standards and criteria;
Monitoring of noise levels near residential areas
Monitoring of the procurement of materials (checks that valid permits are in
place)
Duration and frequency and estimated monitoring costs; and
Institutional responsibilities for monitoring and supervision.

A field monitoring checklist has been prepared based on the EMP and monitoring
plan (Appendix II). The field monitoring checklist will be used by the supervising
field engineers. The signed checklists will be provided to the PERS who will be
responsible for the follow-up and compliance reporting.
The PERS will maintain a Complaints Database, which will contain all the
information on complaints or grievances received from the communities or other
stakeholders. This would include: the type of complaint, location, time, actions to
address these complaints, and final outcome.
C. INSTITUTIONAL IMPLEMENTATION AND REPORTING ARRANGEMENTS
Project Implementation
PERS is the Implementing Agency for the Project and will be responsible for the
implementation and compliance with the EMP and Monitoring Plan. Day-to-day
implementation and compliance will be the task of PSC.
Prior to the commencement of works PERS will submit to the Bank for its approval
this section specific Environmental Management Plan.
The Contractor will provide “Zero monitoring” results prior to commencement of
earth works, during its own mobilization phase.
To ensure that the proposed mitigation measures will be carried out by the
Contractors during the construction stage, the Project Proponent will undertake the
following:

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FINAL (i) (ii) (iii) clearly set out in the tender and contract documents the Contractor’s obligation to prepare CEP and undertake environmental mitigation measures as specified in the Environmental Mitigation Plan in Appendix I (to be appended to Contract specifications). It is proposed that the project supervision consultants (PSC) employ an environment specialist (with civil engineering/environmental management background) to assist the environmental supervision. in coordination with PERS. The contractor will be responsible for the implementation of environmental mitigation measures during construction and shall employ an environmental specialist who will supervise implementation of the Contractor’s environmental responsibilities and coordinate with the PERS and MoT. the Contractor will for a period of 2 years not be allowed to compete for any other PERS works contract. If during the Contract the Contractor receives more than certain number of demerit points specified in the BDs and the Contract. Section: Zabalj Intersection . Demerit points have in the same time two meanings – numeric and monetary. It shall be regarded as if the Contractor has included these costs in the other items of the BoQ. if the Contractor is awarded over a specified number of demerit points. Real expenditures of water quality analysis and noise measurement in scope defined by the BDs and the Contract shall be compensated to the Contractor in the form of the particular item in the BoQ. No compensation for the costs of the required environmental mitigation measures and monitoring activities in the form of the particular item in the BoQ shall be given to the Contractor. Demerit points are provided as a measure that should stimulate the Contractor to carry out his obligations in an organized and timely way and to perform his duty meeting high standards even though those tasks does not appear to be of a serious nature.Zrenjanin 20121228.29 - . . During project implementation. Monetary value of each demerit points as well as limits for other possible actions by the Employer shall be clearly specified in the BDs and the Contract. 20 (old marking: M-7). The contractor. No.compensation for specific costs and penalties for noncompliance – should assure implementation of all requested environmental mitigation measures and monitoring activities. For noncompliance with requested environmental mitigation measures and monitoring activities the Contractor shall suffer specific liquidated damages in a form of demerit points. shall set-up a grievance redress committee that will address any complaints during project implementation. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. Also. the Employer has a right to terminate the Contract.State Road of the IB Class. except for the water quality analysis and noise measurement. and Explicitly require the Contractor to recruit an environmental specialist. Each demerit point has associated monetary value which represents permanent payments reduction for determined noncompliance of the contracted obligations. the PERS shall monitor the compliance of the Contractor with the EMP provisions. Number of received demerit points has cumulative effect. Application of explained two measures .

Routine and random monitoring will be undertaken as scheduled in the monitoring plan. Supervision of the project through the consulting services for supervision and implementation of the project. including all environmental issues related to this project. which introduces the possibility to present its interests and opinion in the process of decision making. the public has the right to participate either directly or indirectly. Section: Zabalj Intersection .Government environmental authorities and EIA document (if exists). Environmental Management Plan – EMP.IFIs and other institutions.Law on environmental protection (“Official Gazette of RS”. 36/09. guards. In this regard.State Road of the IB Class.putevi-srbije. No. 72/09). Implementation of requests for environmental protection through contractors specifications. Opinions and suggestions are incorporated within the final version of EMP document which will be an integral part of project bidding documentation. attention will be given to:    taking all reasonable steps to protect the environment on and off site and avoid damage or nuisance to persons or property arising from its operations. during a preconstruction period within the Environmental Management Plan. Draft EMP document was placed in PERS web site too (www. Supervision of environmental monitoring through the consulting services for environmental monitoring. During process of public consultations interested public collected all project information. warning signs. Construction Contractor will make proposal for environmental protection. PERS was disclosed this EMP document to stakeholders (See Appendix 4) such as interested public. FINAL Upon Project completion. including safety of persons associated with the works and the public. Preparation of the final environmental reports. Inspection will then inform the PERS about suspension and order to proceed according to its directive. including local municipalities and NGOs. A grievance mechanism will be maintained by PERS via their website. The Public Enterprise “Roads of Serbia” (PERS) is also responsible for:      Implementation of requests for environmental protection given by: . the PERS will be in charge of the operation and maintenance of the Project Road.30 - . During the implementation of this Project. fencing. MoEDEP will have the authority for immediate suspension of works if performance is not in accordance with environmental standards and regulations. This proposal will be reviewed by PERS in order to obtain the “no objection” to the proposal’s recommendations.rs).Zrenjanin 20121228. . traffic control and watching for protection of the works and other property and for the safety and convenience of the public. maintaining conditions of safety for all persons entitled to be on site and provision of all lights. . . 20 (old marking: M-7). In order to reach the best option during this process.

reporting will be immediate. includes the services of environmental monitoring as well. The Consulting Services of Supervision. Reporting Arrangements A) Contractor to PERS The Contractor will prepare his compliance reports in respect to this EMP and his SSIP as a Quarterly Progress Reports and submit them to PERS. Construction Contractor will take care on environment quality according to the mitigation and monitoring plan which are a consisting part of EMP (Appendix I and Appendix II) through those phases and will report quarterly to the PERS.Zrenjanin 20121228. Construction Contractor will provide quarterly reports to the PERS which document the environmental mitigation and protection measures. especially related to environmental impacts of the project and planed mitigation measures. to be contracted under the loan. in hard copy and electronic versions. in both Serbian and English language. The same applies to the Environmental Monitoring and Supervision Contractors for their part of mitigating and environmental monitoring activities. Contractor is obliged to inform the project manager and local authorities about accidents immediately after it happened. If some kind of accident or endangerment of environment happens. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. a public liaison officer. FINAL During rehabilitation works. including activities specified in the Monitoring Plan (Appendix II) carried by the Contractor will be included in the quarterly PSC progress reports. the Contractor is obliged to inform PERS about accident (phone number +381113040701 or via E-mail on following address: office@putevi-srbije. as well as recommendations for future field activities and protection measures. The Contractor will monitor quality of environmental conditions according to the monitoring plan which is a consisting part of EMP (App II) through those phases and will report quarterly to the PERS. 20 (old marking: M-7).rs).State Road of the IB Class. If any kind of accident or endangerment of environment happens. together with prescribed monitoring activities carried out during that quarter’s reporting period. reporting will be immediate. In case that project manager is not responding on a call.31 - . named by the Contractor will establish communication with the local residents affected with the project and will be responsible to inform them about all project activities. Within the Services in question. . Section: Zabalj Intersection . B) Project Supervision Consultant to PERS The findings of the regular monitoring activities. These reports will encompass a list and explanation of all undertaken activities at the site and results of the field research. No.

No. informal discussions.Zrenjanin 20121228. formal letters.. In advance of the work commencing PERS will provide information in:  Newspaper articles in one national and also in one local media. 6. WB. The EMP and other project information will be disclosed to the Public and were available locally to the communities at the PERS office 19a Vlajkoviceva St.32 - . which shall be updated as necessary.  Posters on main notice board at all community centres of potential affected Communities . INFORMATION DISCLOSURE. Belgrade. Section: Zabalj Intersection . and how these were addressed. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. NGOs. complaints received from local residents. field visits. AND PARTICIPATION As required by the IFIs Safeguards Policies. 20 (old marking: M-7). EBRD and EIB Annual Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) reports. contact person Igor Radovic. CONSULTATIONS.. FINAL C) PERS to MoT. will be followed up and the records will be kept in the project office at PERS. incidents of non-compliance with applicable environmental permits. In case of fatalities or major incidents on site the PERS will immediately report to the Bank which is financing the road section.rs Stakeholders that may have an interest in the project have been identified and listed in Appendix IV and may be consulted or advised about project related issues. Detailed Report on Public Consultation process is presented within the Appendix IV of this EMP document and includes a list of identified stakeholders. including monitoring indicators and reporting on the implementation of the requirements set forth in the EMP will be prepared by PERS and submitted for IFIs review. and records of environmental and social issues raised and complaints received during consultations. Beneficiary consultations will be conducted during the construction phase. IFIs will review the reports and verify their contents through periodic site visits. 011 3206811 Community centres Zabalj and Zrenjanin Municipalities PE “Roads of Serbia“ web site www. public consultations will be undertaken during the preparation of EMP.putevi-srbije.State Road of the IB Class. etc. additional mitigation measures that may need to be implemented. etc. The PERS shall provide Annual reports to MoT and IFIs regarding the status of implementation of mitigation measures by the Contractors.

The World Bank Environment Department 3 EIB ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL PRACTICES HANDBOOK. project name/ID: YF-Transport Rehabilitation Project – P075207.33 - . Report on consultation is presented within the Appendix IV of this EMP document. Banja Luka. No. FINAL  Radio announcement of road diversions  Provide contact details of community liaison officers who are appointed to work with local communities. with corrective actions being implemented. 6 Environmental Management Plan for rehabilitation of roads.Zrenjanin 20121228. 7. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. The World Bank Environment Department. January 1999 2 Roads and the environment: A Handbook. Environmental Management Plans.State Road of the IB Class. document date 2003/11/30 . 2001 7 Environmental Assessment REPORT & Environmental Management Plan for Serbian Transport Rehabilitation Project. REFERENCE 1 Environmental Assessment Sourcebook No 25. A Grievance Mechanism will be implemented to ensure that all complaints from local communities are dealt with appropriately. bridges and tunnels under the World Bank road management and safety project. report No: E866. A grievance form is attached in Appendix and hard copies will be made available at community centres. 20 (old marking: M-7). Section: Zabalj Intersection . Environment and Social Office Projects Directorate Version 2 of 24/02/2010 4 EBRD Environmental and Social Policy 2008 5 EIB Statement of Environmental and Social Principles and Standards (2008). Republic of Srpska Road Directorate. It will be applied to all complaints from affected parties. and the complainant being informed of the outcome.

State Road of the IB Class. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. FINAL Appendix I MITIGATION PLAN .Zrenjanin 20121228. 20 (old marking: M-7). No. Section: Zabalj Intersection .34 - .

Locations will be selected they do not interfere with the environment and social well-being of the surrounding communities re noise.g. vibration.35 - Comments (e. dust. the size of contractor‘s facilities are limited to absolute minimum to reduce unnecessary clearing of vegetation. which shall be included in the safeguard clauses of the Technical Specifications in the contracts and commitment to comply with Lender Requirements Detailed Design Consultant and RC Technical Control of Detailed Design EIA procedure requirements based on project conflict with area of nature park “Jegricka” PERS is obliged to obtain preconditions from Institute for nature protection (Novi Sad) in order to avoid environmental risks during rehabilitation works in the vicinity of natural protected area . on Environmental Authorities of Vojvodina (EAV) demand (if recognized as mandatory document only) PERS will purchase EIA Study from independent consultant. FINAL MITIGATION PLAN Phase Issue Institutional responsibility Mitigating measure Install Supervision No bid documents will be prepared without the authors having incorporated a (Serbian) copy of the mitigation and monitoring plan EMP. organize and perform public consultations and obtain environmental approval from EAV Detailed Design Consultant and RC Technical Control of Detailed Design The location and development of the contractors‘ facilities will be approved by the PE. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. sanitary waste and grey waters are treated before PRECONSTRUCTION Detailed Design Bid documents prepared without access to or use of the this EMP in a translated version PERS PERS . etc.Zrenjanin 20121228. No.. 20 (old marking: M-7).zone of Jegricka Canal PERS PERS EIA Study.State Road of the IB Class. Section: Zabalj Intersection . secondary impacts) .

Impact on Proper site selection. workshops and fuel storage areas are to drain to an oil and water separator. Site selection for construction camps. The contractor will: Limit the extent of excavation to reduce soil erosion potential. the sites are properly drained. Clearing of sites and removal and disposal of vegetation: Wherever possible limit area to be cleared and avoid excessive machine disturbance of the topsoil. The contractor‘s facilities are to be contained within an adequate security fence. 101/05). Section: Zabalj Intersection . and fuel storage areas are not located within 20m of a water course. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. Apply soil conservation protection methodology to susceptible areas to prevent / minimize storm water runoff carrying eroded materials off-site. observing criteria which primarily protect the public general. Observe local wind conditions to Institutional responsibility Install Supervision Detailed Design Consultant and RC Technical Control of Detailed Design Comments (e. No. Observe a minimum distance (buffer zone) between camp site and nearest residential area. FINAL Phase Issue Mitigating measure so that: release into surface water systems. Avoid excavation and operating machinery in wet ground conditions.g. in accordance with the Law on water (“Official Gazette of RS”. Cleared material is to be piled into manageable sized heaps according to disposal or re-use requirements. near or within existing settlements.Zrenjanin 20121228. secondary impacts) 36 . Prevention of soil erosion on construction site: The contractor will be responsible for ensuring that the erosion is contained by soil conservation protection methods. Paved areas. including vehicle parking areas. 20 (old marking: M-7).State Road of the IB Class.

20 (old marking: M-7). Section: Zabalj Intersection . Environmental Management Plan – EMP. Plan for safe and adequate pedestrian crossing facilities that can be in most cases over passages equipped with ramps and structures that allow the use of wheelchairs. Evidence of how feedback has been considered in the final design will be recorded. access points and safety features will be disclosed in the locality of the planned works. bicycles and prams.Zrenjanin 20121228. secondary impacts) PERS Detailed Design Consultant and RC Technical Control of Detailed Design PERS Stakeholder engagement Details of the proposed road alignment. Supervision Comments (e. FINAL Phase Issue Mitigating measure Institutional responsibility Install public health sociological setting and Road safety issues associated with pedestrian crossing reduce nuisances. Feedback from local stakeholders will be sought and recorded.  Soil Management Plan  Dust management plan  A plan indicating the location of the proposed material extraction site as well 37 . pushcarts.State Road of the IB Class.g. Work safety and environmental protection measures to be specified by the Contractor in his Site Management Plan.  Site organisation plan  Sewage and septage management  Project grievance mechanism) . No. Management Plans Construction Contractor to prepare implement the following plans as described in the EMP to ensure compliance with legislative and Lender requirements. Planning for independent water and electric supply network and a medical service station at the site.

Material supply CONSTRUCTION Asphalt plant dust. 36/09).g.  Waste and wastewater management plan in accordance with the Law on Waste management (“Official Gazette of RS”.State Road of the IB Class. fumes. workers health and safety.Zrenjanin 20121228.     Emergency response plan. Rehabilitation Plan Safety and Hazard Assessment Safety and Labour Management Plan (SLMP).. Safety and Environment Induction and instructed in the need and use of PPE.  Oil and fuel storage management plan. secondary impacts) as rehabilitation measures to be implemented for the borrow areas and access roads upon project completion. ecosystem use existing stone quarries . 20 (old marking: M-7). ecosystem disturbance use existing asphalt plants. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. Section: Zabalj Intersection . No. FINAL Phase Issue Mitigating measure Institutional responsibility Install Supervision Comments (e. Site Induction CONSTRUCTION All workers and visitors to site shall be given a Health. workers health and safety. requirement for official approval or valid operating license Stone quarry Stone quarry a)-c) to be specified in bid documentsConditions for selection of subcontractor s for material supply 38 . requirement for official approval or valid operating license Asphalt plant Asphalt plant Stone quarry dust.  Camp management plan.  In-river works management plan.

. fumes All trucks are to be covered This is a problem area through-out the region and I this will not be achieved unless the selection contractors operating trucks is managed Truck operator Truck operator Stone Dust wet or cover truck load Truck operator Truck operator Sand and gravel Dust wet or cover truck load Truck operator Truck operator Traffic management noise.State Road of the IB Class. vehicle exhaust. secondary impacts) disturbance Sand and gravel borrow pit disturbance of river bed. Truck operator Transport manager. No. Section: Zabalj Intersection . Environmental Management Plan – EMP. Contractor Supervision Contractor chance a)-d) to be specified in bid documentsTechnical Specifications for realization of works 39 . FINAL Phase Issue Mitigating measure Institutional responsibility Install Supervision Sand and gravel Contractor or Separation Sand and gravel Contractor or Separation Comments (e. 20 (old marking: M-7). road congestion haul material at off peak traffic hours (preferably 914h).g.Zrenjanin 20121228. use alternative routes to minimize major traffic sites Need to ensure that adequate signs to work fronts to minimise ‘wrong turn’ chances causing even more congestion Transport manager. ecosystem disturbance use existing borrow pits or buy material at licensed separations. Truck operator Archaeological finds In case of chance finds Contractor is obliged to stop the works immediately and inform institute for protection of Cultural Monuments and PERS about it. requirement for official approval or valid operating license Material transport CONSTRUCTION Asphalt dust. water quality.

secondary impacts) Construction site CONSTRUCTION Noise disturbance to human and animal population and workers limit activities to daylight working hours (not between 8 p.Zrenjanin 20121228.m. Dust water construction site and cover material storage areas limited speed of vehicles Implement a Dust Management Plan: measures to avoid/minimize dust emissions. wetting down/spraying of construction areas. buildings and other infrastructure (including access roads) by the works will be compensated for and subject to repair on a timely basis.m. covering of vehicles carrying dusty materials. etc. Noise screens/barriers for noisy works for those Construction Contractor Construction Contractor longer than one day in the same location/area. accesses. No. and management of spoil. Construction Contractor Construction Contractor Vibrations limit activities to daylight working hours (not between 8 p. or as agreed with public and authorities) if any material damage proved to have been caused to local houses. including use of hoardings.g. . equipment operating with noise mufflers and licenced and approved in accordance with EU standards. and 7 a. Noisy equipment will be located as far as possible from residential or other sensitive receptors. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. or as agreed with public and authorities).State Road of the IB Class. Earthmoving equipment will be located as far away as possible from vibration-sensitive receptors. FINAL Phase Issue Mitigating measure Institutional responsibility Install Supervision Comments (e. Construction Contractor Construction Contractor 40 . wheel washing/spraying of vehicles. Section: Zabalj Intersection . materials stockpiles and during loading/unloading activities.m. and 7 a.m. 20 (old marking: M-7).

FINAL Phase Issue Mitigating measure Institutional responsibility Install Supervision Traffic disruption during construction activity traffic management plan with measures to redirect traffic that are easily seen or easy to follow. isolate concrete. Construction Contractor Construction Contractor Comments (e. wastewater generated from facilities on site such as wheel washing facility). management and usage organize and cover material storage areas. include traffic police assistance if needed Construction Traffic Management Plan will establish speed limits for construction vehicles and organize traffic to avoid as much as possible populated areas. 41 .State Road of the IB Class. Construction Contractor Construction Contractor Water and soil pollution from improper material storage. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. 20 (old marking: M-7). storage and reuse. isolate wash down areas of concrete and asphalt trucks and other equipment from watercourse by selecting areas for washing that are not free draining directly into watercourse Operate construction site in a way to reduce the risk of generating sediments and wastewater that may pollute local soils or receiving water bodies (considering situations such as including stormwater runoff.Zrenjanin 20121228.g. No. Local residents will be kept informed of planned works Construction Contractor Construction Contractor Reduced access roadside activities to provide alternative access to roadside activities at all times Construction Contractor Construction Contractor Vehicle and pedestrian safety when there is no construction activity lighting and well defined safety signs and protection measures. secondary impacts) Soil Management Plan shall be prepared for the controlled removal of top soil. Section: Zabalj Intersection . asphalt and other works from watercourse by using sealed formwork or covers.

secondary impacts) Prevent sediments flowing into surface waters and drainage channels by localised control measures (eg sediment fences. Water and soil pollution from improper disposal of waste materials dispose waste material at location protected from washing out. should be marked in the site plan. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. then at authorized landfill / depot Construction Contractor Construction Contractor Water and soil pollution from improper disposal of waste materials Storage of wastes according to international best practice (IFC EHS General Guideline). sediment basins).Zrenjanin 20121228. fuel and solvents by secured storage.g. Section: Zabalj Intersection . access restriction.State Road of the IB Class. provision of PPE etc. contouring to optimise slope angle and steepness. Apply additional measures for storage of hazardous wastes (such as use of secondary containment. check dams. etc. No. mulch barriers. 20 (old marking: M-7). if not on site. Construction Contractor Construction Contractor Potential contamination of soil and water from improper maintenance and fuelling of equipment apply best engineering practice in safe storage and handling of lubricants. or geofabric barriers. ensure proper loading of fuel and maintenance of equipment. environment and public. Prevent wind erosion via fencing. Use and labelling of designated waste collection containers and storage areas for different kinds of wastes (hazardous and non-hazardous). FINAL Phase Issue Mitigating measure Institutional responsibility Install Supervision Comments (e. collect all waste and dispose to permitted waste recovery facility Construction Contractor Construction Contractor Water and soil pollution from improper disposal of waste materials Transport of waste in marked vehicles designed to the type of waste to minimise the risk of release of materials (hazardous and non-hazardous materials) Construction Contractor Construction Contractor 42 .) as necessary to prevent harm to construction staff. rock groynes. covering.

Where initial plantings were not successful. fuel apply best engineering practice in safe storage and handling of lubricants. vehicle exhaust. Maintenance OPERATION Noise disturbance to human and animal population and workers limit activities to daylight working hours (not between 8 p.g. FINAL Phase Issue Mitigating measure Institutional responsibility Install Supervision Comments (e. secondary impacts) and windblown debris.State Road of the IB Class. fuel and solvents by secured storage. Section: Zabalj Intersection . ensure proper loading of fuel and maintenance Maintenance Contractor Maintenance Contractor a)-d) to be specified in maintenance contract documentsTechnical Specifications for realization of maintenance works 43 . replacement plantings will be carried out. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. 20 (old marking: M-7). water and soil pollution dust. or as agreed with public). Workers safety provide workers with safety instructions and protective equipment. and 7 a. No.m. equipment operating with noise mufflers Maintenance Contractor Maintenance Contractor Possible air. Training of drivers in handling and disposal of their cargo and the documentation of the transport describing the nature of the waste and its degree of hazard. safe organization of bypassing traffic Construction Contractor Construction Contractor Landscaping Undertaking of re-vegetation progressively with cover crop and native endemic species and monitor its effectiveness.m.Zrenjanin 20121228.

Zrenjanin 20121228. collect all waste and dispose in line with the Law on waste management. animal or pedestrian Maintenance Contractor Maintenance Contractor a)-b) to be specified in maintenance contract documentsTechnical Specifications for realization of maintenance works 44 . 20 (old marking: M-7).m. Section: Zabalj Intersection .State Road of the IB Class. FINAL Phase Issue Mitigating measure Institutional responsibility Install Supervision and lubricants spills of equipment. No. safe organization of bypassing traffic Maintenance Contractor Maintenance Contractor Comments (e. and 7 a. isolate asphalt from watercourse by using sealed formwork. landslide. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. selecting areas for washing that are not free draining directly or indirectly into watercourse (Tisa and Jegricka River). organize and cover material storage areas. dangerous curve. rockfall. secondary impacts) This could really be expanded as it rather limited.m. hazardous conditions install warning signs (rockfall.g. wet or slippery conditions. Increased vehicle speed install traffic signs for speed limit Maintenance Contractor Maintenance Contractor Erosion. dispose waste material at location protected from washing out Vibrations limit activities to daylight working hours (not between 8 p. or as agreed with public and authorities) Maintenance Contractor Maintenance Contractor Workers safety provide workers with safety instructions and protective equipment.

g.Zrenjanin 20121228. reflective markers to indicate steep edge or convex mirrors to see oncoming traffic at blind curves. secondary impacts) crossing.State Road of the IB Class. locate warnings at points considered necessary by good engineering practice. school. or as agreed in writing with public and authorities 45 . FINAL Phase Issue Mitigating measure Institutional responsibility Install Supervision Comments (e. 20 (old marking: M-7). slow moving vehicles. Section: Zabalj Intersection . merge). No. Environmental Management Plan – EMP.

State Road of the IB Class.Zrenjanin 20121228. No.46 - . Environmental Management Plan – EMP. Section: Zabalj Intersection . FINAL Appendix II MONITORING PLAN . 20 (old marking: M-7).

Environmental Management Plan – EMP. FINAL MONITORING PLAN Phase What is the parameter to be monitored? Where the parameter should be monitored? CONSTRUCTION How the parameter should be monitored?/ type of monitoring equipment When the parameter should be monitored? (frequency of measurement or continuous) Why the parameter should be monitored? (optional) assure compliance environment. health Supervision Contractor .State Road of the IB Class. 20 (old marking: M-7). and requirements Institutional responsibility Operate Material supply Asphalt plant possession of official approval or valid operating license asphalt plant Inspection / supervising engineer before work begins Stone quarry possession of official approval or valid operating license stone quarry Inspection / supervising engineer before work begins Quarry Operator Sand and gravel borrow pit possession of official approval or valid operating license sand and gravel borrow pit or separation Inspection / supervising engineer before work begins Borrow pit or Separation Operator CONSTRUCTION Asphalt plant with health safety Plant Operator Material transport truck covered load job site supervision unannounced inspections during work.Zrenjanin 20121228. No.47 - assure compliance of performance with environment. at least once per week . Section: Zabalj Intersection .

management and usage water and soil quality (suspended solids. oils. at least once per week and requirements enable as safety and Supervision Contractor Sand and gravel truck covered wetted load or job site supervision unannounced inspections during work. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. pH value. 20 (old marking: M-7). nearest homes at settlement Zrenjanin equipment – handheld analyzer with application software once at the beginning of the project and later on quarterly basis.State Road of the IB Class. at least once per week little disruption to traffic as it is possible Supervision Contractor Traffic management hours routes selected and job site supervision unannounced inspections during work.Zrenjanin 20121228. If the results of monitoring are not satisfactory. analysis at accredited laboratory with necessary equipment At least 3 times during project period. and on complaint. FINAL Phase What is the parameter to be monitored? Where the parameter should be monitored? How the parameter should be monitored?/ type of monitoring equipment When the parameter should be monitored? (frequency of measurement or continuous) Why the parameter should be monitored? (optional) Institutional responsibility Operate Stone truck covered wetted load or job site supervision unannounced inspections during work. monitoring should be conducted on monthly basis Water and soil pollution from improper material storage. conductivity) on Jegricka Canal unannounced sampling. Section: Zabalj Intersection . Monitoring should be done prior construction (or on a referent point upstream of construction site) and during and after rehabilitation works a)-k) assure compliance of performance with environment Construction Contractor Construction Contractor 48 . at least once per week CONSTRUCTION Supervision Contractor Construction Site Noise disturbance to workers and neighboring population noise levels job site. No.

Environmental Management Plan – EMP. Section: Zabalj Intersection . 20 (old marking: M-7). traffic patterns at and near job site inspection. It is recommended to use EBRD template for this purpose (next table) Supervision Contractor Phase Operate Supervision Contractor 49 . observation before works start. organization of bypassing traffic job site inspection Unannounced inspections during work. once per week at peak and non-peak periods Supervision Contractor Reduced access to roadside activities provided alternative access job site supervision random checks at least once per week during construction activities Supervision Contractor Vehicle and pedestrian safety when there is no construction activity visibility and appropriatenes s at and near job site observation random checks at least once per week in the evening Supervision Contractor Workers safety protective equipment.State Road of the IB Class. FINAL What is the parameter to be monitored? Where the parameter should be monitored? How the parameter should be monitored?/ type of monitoring equipment Dust air pollution (solid particles) at and near job site Vibrations limited time of activities Traffic disruption during construction activity Institutional responsibility When the parameter should be monitored? (frequency of measurement or continuous) Why the parameter should be monitored? (optional) inspection and visual observation unannounced inspections during material delivery and construction health and safety requirements and enable as little disruption to traffic as it is possible job site supervision unannounced inspections during work and on complaint Supervision Contractor existence of traffic management plan.Zrenjanin 20121228. No.

Section: Zabalj Intersection . organization of bypassing traffic job site inspection unannounced inspections during maintenance activities and on complaint PERS OPERATION PERS Road Safety Increased vehicle speed condition of traffic signs. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. speed detectors during maintenance activities. health and safety requirements Institutional responsibility Operate Maintenance Noise disturbance to human population and workers noise levels job site. vehicle speed road section included in project visual observation. FINAL Phase What is the parameter to be monitored? Where the parameter should be monitored? OPERATION How the parameter should be monitored?/ type of monitoring equipment When the parameter should be monitored? (frequency of measurement or continuous) Why the parameter should be monitored? (optional) assure compliance of performance with environment.Zrenjanin 20121228. unannounced Erosion. No. 20 (old marking: M-7). nearest homes equipment – handheld analyzer with application software unannounced inspections during maintenance activities and on complaint Vibrations limited time of activities job site supervision unannounced inspections during maintenance activities and on complaint PERS Workers safety protective equipment. Traffic Police Maintenance Contractor 50 .State Road of the IB Class. rockfall. hazardous conditions road section included in project condition of hazard signs visual observation during maintenance activities enable safe and economical traffic flow Maintenance Contractor.

Environmental Management Plan – EMP. including status of implementing corrective actions to address any violations found: No  If yes. Section: Zabalj Intersection . No.State Road of the IB Class.additional data required that should be incorporated into monitoring plans: 1. FINAL Proposed Template . 20 (old marking: M-7). labour or health and safety laws or regulations that have materially affected the company? Yes  How many inspections did you receive from the environmental authorities during the reporting period? Number: Please provide details of these visits. please provide details of any material non-compliances: No  Have there been any accidents or incidents that have caused damage to the environment. brought about injuries or fatalities. affected project labour or local communities. General Is the project materially compliant with all relevant Performance Requirements (taking account of agreed action plans. please describe.Zrenjanin 20121228. including details of actions to repair and prevent reoccurrence: Have there been any changes to environment. including number and nature of any violations found How many inspections did you receive from the labour authorities during the reporting period? Number: Please provide details of these visits. social. affected cultural property. or created liabilities for the company? Yes  If yes. exemptions or derogations)? Yes  Is the project materially compliant with all environmental and social laws and regulations? Yes  applicable If No. please describe: No  No  51 . including number and nature of any violations found: Have these visits resulted in any penalties. please provide details of any material non-compliances: No  If No. please describe. including number and nature of any violations found How many inspections did you receive from the health and safety authorities during the reporting period? Number: Please provide details of these visits. fines and/or corrective action plans? Yes  If yes.

Zrenjanin 20121228. If you already have all the data requested available in another format. If the ESAP has been updated during the reporting period. Environmental Monitoring Data9 Please provide the name and contact details for your environmental manager: Parameter 10 Value 11 Unit Compliance Status 12 Comments 13 9 Please provide the results of any environmental monitoring carried out by the Company or its consultants. please indicate whether the measurements reported apply to all or only some process operations at the facility 52 . 3.State Road of the IB Class. please attach a copy of the new plan. Section: Zabalj Intersection . 11 Please ensure that the units of measurement are clearly stated 12 Please report on compliance against the standards for this project (typically local. Please complete those rows that are most relevant to the industry sector. and how the company has monitored the compliance of contractors with Performance Requirements and the Environmental and Social Action Plan: Yes  If yes. then this can used instead. health. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. please provide details. 20 (old marking: M-7). 10 Not all parameters will necessarily apply. and whether this relates to the requirements of the Environmental and Social Action Plan. initiatives or sub-projects undertaking during the reporting period to improve the company’s environmental or social performance and/or management systems: Please indicate the level of associated expenditure (capital expenditure and operating expenditure). Status of the Environmental and Social Action Plan Please provide information on the status of each item in the Environmental and Social Action Plan (ESAP). temporarily suspended or closed down due to environmental. FINAL Has the Company engaged any contractors for project-related work in the reporting period? Were any of the violations stated above the responsibility of contractors? No  If yes. please state for which types of work. including how the Company is ensuring that corrective actions are implemented by the Contractor? Yes  No  Have any operations been reduced. safety or labour reasons? Yes  If yes. Additional parameters can be added as necessary. please describe: No  Please describe any environment or social programmes. No. or to any other initiative: 2. EU and/or World Bank Group) 13 In addition to any other comments.

No. Environmental Management Plan – EMP.State Road of the IB Class.Zrenjanin 20121228. 20 (old marking: M-7). Section: Zabalj Intersection . FINAL Please provide the name and contact details for your environmental manager: Parameter 10 Value 11 Unit Compliance Status 12 Comments 13 Waste Water Total waste water generated BOD COD Suspended Solids Phosphorus Nitrates Heavy metals [Other] Air Emissions SO2 NOX Particulates CO2 CH4 N2 O 53 .

Indicate where wastes are classified as hazardous.Zrenjanin 20121228.g. calorific value) 54 . Environmental Management Plan – EMP. FINAL Please provide the name and contact details for your environmental manager: Parameter 10 Value 11 Unit Compliance Status 12 Comments 13 HFCs PFCs SF6 [Other] Other Parameters Noise [Other] Solid Waste Please provide details of the types and amounts of solid wastes generated by the project. recycle or disposal method for each waste type. Resource Usage and Product Output Parameter Value Measurement Unit Comments 14 Fuels used 14 In addition to any other comments. No.State Road of the IB Class. 20 (old marking: M-7). 4. Section: Zabalj Intersection . please indicate whether the measurements reported apply to all or only some process operations at the facility Please include any fuel quality parameters (e. Indicate the final re-use.

State Road of the IB Class. 20 (old marking: M-7). Section: Zabalj Intersection . No. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. Human Resources Management Please provide the name and contact details for your Human Resources manager: Total Recruited in this reporting period Dismissed in this reporting period Number of direct employees: 55 .Zrenjanin 20121228. FINAL 4. Resource Usage and Product Output Parameter Value Measurement Unit Comments 14 Oil Gas Coal Lignite Grid Electricity Heat Purchased Feedstocks and raw materials consumed Name 1 Name 2 Product output Product 1 Product 2 5.

number of workers involved. including reasons for redundancies. No. please state how many. and measures to mitigate the effects of redundancy: No  If yes. please provide details. split by gender. split by gender. please describe the redundancy plan. please state how many. disputes and explain how they were resolved No  If yes. and summarise engagement with trade unions during reporting period: No  If yes. Section: Zabalj Intersection . summarise the issues raised by male and female staff and explain how the Company has addressed them: No  If yes. in the absence of a trade union)? Yes  Were there any changes in the status of Collective Agreements? Yes  If yes. 20 (old marking: M-7). consultation undertaken.g. please provide details: No  Have employees raised any grievances with the project during the reporting period? Yes  Have employees raised any complaints about harassment or bullying during the reporting period? Yes  Have there been any strikes or other collective disputes related to labour and working conditions at the Company in the reporting period? Yes  Have there been any court cases related to labour issues during the reporting period? Yes  If yes.State Road of the IB Class. how they were selected. summarise the issues raised in grievances by male and female staff and explain how the Company has addressed them: No  If yes. number of workers involved. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. and selection and consultation process: No  Were there any changes in trade union representation at Company facilities during the reporting period? Yes  Were there any other worker representatives (e. FINAL Number of contracted workers: Were there any collective redundancies during the reporting period? Yes  Are there any planned redundancies to the workforce in the next year? Yes  If yes.Zrenjanin 20121228. and reasons for. including reasons for redundancies. please describe the redundancy plan. please provide details and summarise engagement with them during reporting period: No  If yes. please summarise the issues contested and outcome: No  56 . please summarise nature of.

Occupational Health and Safety Data Please provide the name and contact details for your Health and Safety manager: Direct employees Number of man-hours worked this reporting period: 15 Contracted workers Direct employees Contracted workers 15 Number of Fatalities : If you have not already done so. FINAL Have there been any changes to the following policies or terms and conditions during the reporting period in any of the following areas:  Union recognition  Collective Agreement  Non-discrimination and equal opportunity  Equal pay for equal work  Gender Equality  Bullying and harassment.Zrenjanin 20121228. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. Section: Zabalj Intersection . including sexual harassment  Employment of young persons under age 18  Wages (wage level.State Road of the IB Class. including of any new initiatives: No  6. 57 . normal and overtime)  Overtime  Working hours  Flexible working / work-life balance  Grievance mechanism for workers  Health & safety Yes  If yes. 20 (old marking: M-7). No. please give details. please provide a separate report detailing the circumstances of each fatality.

Lost workdays are the number of workdays (consecutive or not) beyond the date of injury or onset of illness that the employee was away from work or limited to restricted work activity because of an occupational injury or illness. contact with energy source etc.Zrenjanin 20121228. FINAL Budget spent on OHS in this period (total amount and currency): Number of disabling injuries: OHS training provided in this period in person-days: Number of Lost Time Incidents (including 16 vehicular) : Number of lost workdays from incidents: 17 resulting Number of cases of occupational disease: Number of sick days: Accident causes (falling. No. including total compensation paid due to occupational injury or illness (amount and currency): Please summarise any emergency prevention and response training that has been provided for company personnel during the report period: Please summarise any emergency response exercises or drills that have been carried out during the report period: 16 Incapacity to work for at least one full workday beyond the day on which the accident or illness occurred.): Please provide details of any fatalities or major accidents that have not previously been reported to Banks. Section: Zabalj Intersection . 20 (old marking: M-7).State Road of the IB Class. struck by object. 17 58 . Environmental Management Plan – EMP. heavy loads.

Section: Zabalj Intersection . 59 . and interaction with any environmental or other community groups.State Road of the IB Class. using the monitoring indicators as detailed in the RAP or LRF. Status and Reporting on Resettlement Action Plan/Livelihood Restoration Framework Existing Land Acquisitions Please report any further progress made during this reporting period in the implementation of the Resettlement Action Plan (RAP) or Livelihood Restoration Framework (LRF). Please describe any changes to the Stakeholder Engagement Plan: How many complaints or grievances did the project receive from members of the public or civil society organisations during the reporting period? Please split by stakeholder group. Summarise any issues raised in the complaints or grievances and explain how they were resolved: 8. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. FINAL 7. Stakeholder Engagement Please provide the name and contact details for your external relations or community engagement manager: Please provide information on the implementation of the stakeholder engagement plan and summarise interaction with stakeholders during the reporting period. information provided to members of the public and other stakeholders during the report period relating to environmental. 20 (old marking: M-7). social or safety issues coverage in media.Zrenjanin 20121228. including: Meeting or other initiatives to engage with members of the public or public organisations during the report period. No. and complete the table below. Please provide the results of any other related monitoring carried out by the Company or its consultants and attach any additional information you think would be useful.

20 (old marking: M-7). No. Have all outstanding land and/or resource claims been settled? Yes  No  If no. If applicable. specify how many compensation payments are still outstanding (in terms of number and percentage of recipients and payment amounts) and state when these payment will be made: Has the land acquisition had any additional. Has legal support been provided to all the affected persons? Yes  No  If yes. specify how many persons effectively made use of the legal support. FINAL Have all the affected persons been fully compensated for their physical displacement and. If no. specify how potential impacts on livelihoods have been monitored. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. Section: Zabalj Intersection . Not applicable  60 . any economic losses resulting from the project? Yes  No  If no.Zrenjanin 20121228. list the groups that were identified and describe any additional measures undertaken in order to mitigate impacts specific to these groups. if applicable.State Road of the IB Class. specify how many claims are still outstanding and state what the expected timing is for settling them. unforeseen impacts on affected persons’ standard of living or access to livelihoods that were not previously covered in the RAP? Yes  No  If yes. quantify these impacts and specify what measures have been undertaken to minimize and mitigate these impacts. Have any vulnerable groups been identified? Yes  No  If yes. have all transit allowances been paid? Yes  No  If no. specify how many payments are still outstanding (in terms of number and percentage of recipients and payment amounts) and state when these payments will be made.

please state how many meetings were held and how many participants attended. and any associated expenditure: 61 . how many? Was it a government assisted resettlement? Yes  No  9. Environmental Management Plan – EMP.. FINAL Have there been any new land acquisition-related complaints or grievances? Yes  No  If yes. Have any persons been physically displaced? Yes  No  If yes. New Land Acquisitions If the company acquired any new land for the project during the reporting year.State Road of the IB Class. Please attach new/revised RAP covering the new land acquisition and describe mitigation measures. compensation. please state how many and summarize their content. Community Interaction and Development Please summarise any social or community development initiatives undertaken by the company during the reporting period. No. and provide in tabular form a list of affected people and status of compensation. Section: Zabalj Intersection . etc. agreements reached.Zrenjanin 20121228. Has the company regularly reported to the affected communities on progress made in implementing the RAP? Yes  No  If yes. 20 (old marking: M-7). please provide documents to show closure of land acquisition transactions. how many? Have any persons been economically displaced? Yes  No  If yes.

No. Section: Zabalj Intersection .Zrenjanin 20121228.62 - . 20 (old marking: M-7). FINAL Appendix III LEGISLATION MAIN SERBIAN LEGISLATION: .State Road of the IB Class. Environmental Management Plan – EMP.

36/09) Law on Safety and Health at Work (“Official Gazette of RS”. 54/96. 46/91. 54/93.ZRENJANIN. 81/2009) Law on nature protection (“Official Gazette of RS”. 20 (old marking: M-7) section: ZABALJ INTERSECTION . 9. design. 36/09) Law on noise protection (“Official Gazette of RS”. 135/2004. 46/91. 69/05) Rulebook on the contents of the EIA Study (“Official Gazette of RS” No. 114/08) Rulebook on the contents of requests for the necessity of Impact Assessment and on the contents of requests for specification of scope and contents of the EIA Study (“Official Gazette of RS” No.63 - . 8. presentation and public consultation about the EIA Study (“Official Gazette of RS” No. 60/93. 69/05) Rulebook on the procedure of public inspection. 69/05) Regulations on permitted noise level in the environment (“Official Gazette of RS” No. 13. construction and operating of this Project are listed below: 1. 54/92) Decree on establishing class of water bodies (“Official Gazette of SRS” No. 101/05) Law on air protection (“Official Gazette of RS”. 31/82) Other relevant Serbian legislation 20. 101/2005. 36/09. 36/09) Law on environmental protection (“Official Gazette of RS” No. Law on planning and construction (“Official Gazette of RS” No. 48/94. 123/07) . REPORT ON PUBLIC CONSULTATION The main laws and regulations currently in force in Republic of Serbia which are relevant to the environmental protection during planning. 5/68) Regulations on dangers pollutants in waters (“Official Gazette of SRS” No. 83/92. 6. 15. 54/96. 11. 5. 101/05) Law on forest (“Official Gazette of RS”. 53/93. 2. 135/04. 16. Law on public roads (“Official Gazette of RS” No. 3. 67/93. 7. 101/05) Regulations established on the basis of the Law on EIA include the following: 12.ROAD REHABILITATION AND SAFETY PROJECT (RRSP) EMP for road rehabilitation works on State Road of the IB Class No. 19. Decree on establishing the List of Projects for which the Impact Assessment is mandatory and the List of projects for which the EIA can be requested (“Official Gazette of RS” No. 53/93. 72/2009. 135/2004) Law on waste management (“Official Gazette of RS”. 72/09) Law on EIA (“Official Gazette of RS” No. 38/09) 21. 4. 48/94. 67/93. 10. 36/2009) Law on Strategic EIA (“Official Gazette of RS” No. 36/09) Law on water (“Official Gazette of RS”. 14. 69/05) Rulebook on the work of the Technical Committee for the EIA Study (“Official Gazette of RS” No. public involvement in process of decision making and legal protection in the environmental area (“Official Gazette of RS”. 18. 17. Law on confirmation of convention on information disclosure.

REPORT ON PUBLIC CONSULTATION Appendix IV STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT AND REPORT ON PUBLIC CONSULTATION Identified Stakeholders . 20 (old marking: M-7) section: ZABALJ INTERSECTION .ZRENJANIN.ROAD REHABILITATION AND SAFETY PROJECT (RRSP) EMP for road rehabilitation works on State Road of the IB Class No.64 - .

as the Project develops. once identified. . Interested parties: General public. 20 (old marking: M-7) section: ZABALJ INTERSECTION . Residents from settlements within the zone of influence of the Project Statutory regulatory authorities. It is acknowledged that. Other companies operating on the National Grid. more stakeholders may be identified and engaged. and Non-Governmental Organisations (NGO). each stakeholder will be characterized in terms of their interests. a decision or activity. or perceive themselves to be affected by. on local or regional level. and Potentially affected industries/businesses.ROAD REHABILITATION AND SAFETY PROJECT (RRSP) EMP for road rehabilitation works on State Road of the IB Class No. be affected by. REPORT ON PUBLIC CONSULTATION Stakeholders can be defined as those people and organisations who may affect.ZRENJANIN. the stakeholders range according to the following main groups: Potential affected parties: Employees of PERS and Contractors. Representatives of companies operating the area immediately adjacent to the Project.65 - . such as: Local landowners and leaseholders within Project easements. concerns and requirements and will be included within this list. In this regard. For the Project.

REPORT ON PUBLIC CONSULTATION Grievance mechanism and form Flowchart of Complaints/Grievance Procedure Grievances to be resolved within 15 working days.66 - .ROAD REHABILITATION AND SAFETY PROJECT (RRSP) EMP for road rehabilitation works on State Road of the IB Class No.ZRENJANIN. 20 (old marking: M-7) section: ZABALJ INTERSECTION . .

By e-mail Details of your grievance. Please describe the problems.ROAD REHABILITATION AND SAFETY PROJECT (RRSP) EMP for road rehabilitation works on State Road of the IB Class No.67 - .ZRENJANIN. as relevant What is your suggested resolution for the grievance? How to submit this form to /[name of concessionaire] Signature By Post to: [tbc] By hand: please drop this form at [tbc] By e-mail: Please email your grievance. where and how many times. when. REPORT ON PUBLIC CONSULTATION Grievance Reference Number (to be filled in by [name ]): Contact Details Name: Address: Tel: e-mail: By post How would you prefer to By phone be contacted? Please tick box Name and the identification information (from identity card). suggested resolution and preferred contact details to: [tbc] Date . 20 (old marking: M-7) section: ZABALJ INTERSECTION . who it happened to.

Zrenjanin. The in-country disclosure of the EMP document started on Dec 13th 2012 when invitation to the interested parties were published in the daily newspaper “Politika”. Snezana Lakic Zitiste Municipality 4.ROAD REHABILITATION AND SAFETY PROJECT (RRSP) EMP for road rehabilitation works on State Road of the IB Class No. there were no significant remarks in regards to environmental protection issues. One of them were local citizen. . Mrs. authorities and relevant institutions to have an insight into the proposed road rehabilitation works and environmental impact of the project with presented mitigation and monitoring measures. Mrs. Environmental Department 6. there were local municipals. Environmental Department The meeting started according to schedule at 12:00 PM. inviting the public. Mrs. Mrs. Prior to announcement in the newspapers.01. Environmental Department 5. Silvija Jozo Zrenjanin Municipality.ZRENJANIN. On behalf of Local Municipality the meeting was attended by: 1. 18 List of participants is presented within the Chapter 3. REPORT ON PUBLIC CONSULTATION Feedback from public consultation on EMP: In accordance with OP/BP 4. PERS representative for environmental issues of the projects. all documents were delivered to the Municipality of Zrenjanin and made publicly available on site. PERS has prepared EMP document for Road rehabilitation works on 24. Environmental Department 7. EMP document was presented in detail to the interested attendees by the PERS representatives. Disclosure of draft EMP document finished on December 20th 2012 when the public meeting was held in city of Zrenjanin. Biljana Tasin Zrenjanin Municipality. Igor Radovic. There were 8 attendees on public consultation meeting in Zrenjanin18. Representatives of the local self-government informed the public through local media of the time and place of public consultations. and also placed at PERS web site.2 km long road section Zabalj Intersection . Mr. Jelena Fatovic Zrenjanin Municipality 2. 20 (old marking: M-7) section: ZABALJ INTERSECTION . Mrs.68 - . During the public consultations. Among the others. PERS representative and local environmental officer. Mr. Bojan Radulov Zrenjanin Municipality. Sasa Jovanov Zrenjanin Municipality 3. On behalf of PERS the meeting was attended by Mr. Ana Vujinov Zrenjanin Municipality.

Consultation ended at 02:00 PM. REPORT ON PUBLIC CONSULTATION Picture 1: Public consultation in Zrenjanin. During Public Consultation process and EMP document disclosure no interested groups or other stakeholders visited the environmental department of Zrenjanin municipality in order to have insight into the EMP document. 2012 During the 7 days aimed for insight into the EMP document. December 20th.69 - . .ROAD REHABILITATION AND SAFETY PROJECT (RRSP) EMP for road rehabilitation works on State Road of the IB Class No. 20 (old marking: M-7) section: ZABALJ INTERSECTION .ZRENJANIN. nobody came into PERS premises to see the EMP document. During disclosure period there were no telephone or E-mail contacts regarding proposed EMP document. local time.

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71 - .State Road of the IB Class. 2012) . Section: Zabalj Intersection . DRAFT 03 2. Dec 13. No. 20 (old marking: M-7). Environmental Management Plan – EMP.Zrenjanin 20121216. DOCUMENTATION Picture 2: Announcement of public consultation in daily newspaper (“Politika”.

2012) . Dec 13.State Road of the IB Class. DRAFT 03 Picture 3: Announcement of public consultation in daily newspaper (“Politika”. Environmental Management Plan – EMP. 20 (old marking: M-7).72 - . Section: Zabalj Intersection . No.Zrenjanin 20121216.

State Road of the IB Class.Zrenjanin 20121228. 20 (old marking: M-7). No. Environmental Management Plan – EMP.73 - . Section: Zabalj Intersection . FINAL Picture 4: Announcement of public consultation on PERS web site (Dec 13th 2012 to Dec 20th 2012) .