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Executive Summary

Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) is second largest PSU companies, with Fortune Global
500 rank of 287 (2008). BPCL is involved in the refining and retailing of petroleum products. BPCL's
growth post-nationalisation (in 1976) has been phenomenal. One of the single digit Indian
representatives in the Fortune 500 & Forbes 2000 listings, BPCL is often referred to as an “MNC in
PSU garb”. It is considered a pioneer in marketing initiatives, and employs “Best in Class” practices.
During recent past years the demand of LPG has increased many folds in western region especially in
Bhopal region. The demand of LPG Cylinders in and around Bhopal for the year 2007-08, 2008-09 and
2009-10 has been registered as 11.79 TMTPA, 15.65 TMTPA, and 17.96 TMTPA. From the year 200708 to 2008-09 the growth of demand has been registered as 32.8% and from year 2008-09 to 2009-10
the growth of demand has been registered as 15%. Taking the average growth in demand as 15%, it is
evident that demand of LPG Cylinders in year 2010-11 is expected to be about 20.65 TMTPA and in
year 2011-12 the demand is expected to be about 23.75 TMTPA. In order to meet the growing
demand of LPG in and around Bhopal region, M/s Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL)
proposes to install a proposed LPG Bottling Plant of 22 TMTPA capacity in the vacant land of 11 acres
within existing premises of POL Depot near Bakania in Bhopal district.
As per EIA Notification, published in Gazette of India, Extraordinary Part-II, Section-3, sub-section (ii) of
Ministry of Environment & Forest dated 14.09.2006 the proposed project falls in Activity 6(b), CategoryB of “List of Projects or Activities Requiring Prior Environmental Clearance” and Serial Number 19 of
the “19 Type Categories of Industries”. As per the above notification, proposed project will have to
obtain environmental clearance from State Environmental Impact Assessment Authority (SEIAA) or
State Environmental Appraisal Committee (SEAC). In the absence of a duly constituted SEIAA or
SEAC, the Category-B project shall be treated as Category-A Project and the project will require prior
environmental clearance from MOEF.
In order to obtain environmental clearances from statutory agencies, BPCL engaged Project and
Development India Limited (PDIL), Sindri, Jharkhand, a reputed design & engineering consultancy
organization of Govt. Of India, for carrying out Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) study for the
proposed LPG Bottling Plant vide Purchase Order No. 4502854662 dated 22.03.2010.
PDIL initiated the EIA study in the month of March 2010. The primary and secondary data generation
work was carried by deploying a team of experts and s
cientists at the proposed site.
The EIA report has been prepared and reviewed as per “Generic Structure of EIA/EMP/RA Report”
required by the Ministry of Environment & Forest, Government of India as per the general condition
stipulated in the EIA notification. The salient features of the report have been projected by identifying
the environmental and ecological stressors. The Impact Assessments have been reviewed by making
compliance with the threshold limit of the environmental and ecological stressors and other norms
available through governmental or non-governmental agencies.

Projects & Development India Limited, Sindri


SCOPE OF THE STUDY The scope of this EIA study includes detail characterization of pre-project status of environment in an area of 10 Km radius with the following important tasks: • To assess the existing status of air. LPG Pumps : 2 X 27 M3/hr LPG Compressor : 1 X 65CFM + 1x16 CFM Air Compressor : 1 X 200 CFM DG Sets. Besides above the project site is surrounded by agricultural lands. from the proposed bottling plant and preparation of impact statement in accordance with existing guidelines of MoEF. EIA study report shall be used a supporting document for getting environmental clearances from statutory agencies. The report would provide information on the environmental implications. PROJECT DESCRIPTION The proposed bottling plant has a designed capacity to bottle maximum 22. NH12 which connects Bhopal to Indore is located in north-eastern direction at a distance of about 9-kms. Only two industrial units have been identified around proposed LPG Bottling Plant within the study area. noise. Sindri II . A railway line which connects Bhopal to Indore passes adjacent to the boundary of POL Depot. which is located at a distance of about 1. • To prepare Environmental Impact statement outlining additional control technologies to be adopted for mitigation of adverse impacts. PROJECT LOCATION The proposed project is located at longitude 77o15’39. The railway siding area of POL Depot is located in northern direction of the oil depot. OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY The objective of the EIA study is to identify and evaluate the potential impacts (beneficial and adverse).000 MTPA of LPG. land.000 MTPA of LPG.31” East and latitude 23o15’45” North at an altitude of 520-metres. The EIA report will present the existing environmental setting vis-à-vis contribution of pollutants and other factors from the proposed installation. Following main facilities have been envisaged for the proposed bottling plant: A/G Bullets for storage : 2 X 100MT Unloading Bays : 2 Bays. One industrial unit is the oil depot of M/s Reliance Petrochemicals.0-Km. : 1 X 250 KVA Projects & Development India Limited. The LPG shall be stored in two above ground bullets of 100 MT capacity each.2-Km in northern direction.EIA FOR PROPOSED LPG BOTTLING PLANT OF BPCL AT BAKANIA Executive Summary PROJECT PROPOSAL The project proposal is to set up a LPG Bottling Plant with a handling capacity of 22000 MTPA of LPG. biological and socio-economic components of the existing environment. water. State Highway No-18 which connects site of proposed bottling plant to Bhopal City is located in western direction. Another industrial unit is the LPG Bottling Plant of M/s Indian Oil Corporation Limited which is located in north-eastern direction at a distance of about 1. which could be used for environmental safeguards. • To identify and quantify significant impacts of various operations on environmental components during construction & operation phases with respect to pre-project status. The bottling capacity of the plant shall be 5000 cylinder per day in two shifts with a future augmentation program to handle 90. • To evaluate proposed pollution control measures. The area located in southern direction of proposed LPG bottling plant is agricultural land.

Fire Water Pump House. Administrative Block. LPG Pump House. to meet the requirement of OISD-144: - DCP Extinguisher (10 Kg cap. Tank Truck Loading Gantry. Projects & Development India Limited. Sindri III . MCC etc. Some of them may be mentioned as under: a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j) k) l) j) k) l) Road Tanker (TLD) Shed LPG Pumps & Compressor House LPG Empty Cylinder Storage LPG Filling Shed Filled Cylinder Storage Shed Air Compressor Unit Air Drying Unit DG Sets Fire Water Storage Fire Water Pumps Jockey Fire Water Pumps Potable & Service Water System Filling / Empty cylinder shed Filled Cylinder Shed Valve Change Shed Fire fighting facilities The fire fighting facilities shall be provided as per OISD-144.0 Kg/Cm2g ♦ Jockey Fire Water Pumps : 2 x16 m3/hr. Other necessary fire fighting facilities Following necessary portable fire fighting facilities are provided in vulnerable areas of the plant. Control room.) CO2 Cartridge (4. Cylinder Filling Shed. Main fire fighting facilities shall be as under:  Fire water storage tanks : 2x1900KL  Fire water pumps : 3 x 450 KL/hr.EIA FOR PROPOSED LPG BOTTLING PLANT OF BPCL AT BAKANIA Executive Summary The proposed LPG Bottling Plant will have all the required utilities and fire fighting facilities as per OISD-144. Tank Truck loading/ unloading gantry. Discharge Head – 10.) DCP Extinguisher (75 Kg cap. Pump house. The fire fighting facilities shall cover the LPG Storage area.5 Kg cap.) Fire Proximity Suit Fire Entry Suit Helmet Air Breathing Apparatus Water Monitor Electric Fire Siren Hand Siren Nozzles • Triple Action • Fog . office.

hence there is no change in existing land use pattern. CO. wind direction. SO2. LPG would be filled in the cylinders of different sizes through electronic carousal. Sindri IV . Mumbai. Climate & Meteorology The meteorological data with respect to wind speed.. a short term survey was conducted at six locations around the proposed site including residential & rural area for a period of six weeks. The status of important components of the environment and its impact on them has been summarized below: Land Environment The proposed LPG facility shall be installed in the vacant land of 11 acres available adjacent to the existing POL Depot premises. NOx. land use pattern and landscape due to the construction & operation of the facilities. Hazira etc. LPG shall be made available through road tankers from BPCL’s locations at Vijaypur. • Ambient air quality data from selected six sampling locations within 10 Km. • Meteorological data collected for project site during study. As the proposed site is within the industrial complex and has already been declared by State Government as area for storage and handling of hazardous substances. Methane & Non-methane in ambient were measured.of 12/18 stations. bottling of LPG in cylinders and despatch of filled cylinders at different designated locations. From the survey result it is concluded that the measured values of the air pollutants. The filled cylinders after leak testing would be despatched for onward supply through distribution net-work by trucks.EIA FOR PROPOSED LPG BOTTLING PLANT OF BPCL AT BAKANIA Executive Summary PROCESS DESCRIPTION The main plant facilities shall comprise receipt of LPG in road tankers. DESCRIPTION OF ENVIRONMENT & IDENTIFICATION OF ANTICIPATED IMPACT Description of pre-project status and the impact on the existing environment after construction and operation of the proposed project have been discussed with respect to the following components of the environment with reference to pre-project environmental status. RPM. storage of LPG in two above ground bullets of 100 MT capacity each. LPG would be unloaded in two A/G bullets of 100 MT capacity each through differential pressure method. During the survey period the concentration of air pollutants namely SPM. relative humidity and rainfall has been collected during the study period and no deviation has been recorded with the secondary collected related to meteorology and micro-climatic conditions. as stated above. Existing Air Quality To evaluate the baseline ambient air quality. radius of study area. There is no solid and hazardous waste generation during project activities and consequently any adverse impact on land is not envisaged. are well within the limits specified under NATIONAL AMBIENT AIR QUALITY STANDARD for rural and residential areas. The proposed project is a non-polluting developmental project and no adverse impact on the climate has been envisaged. Thus. Sources of Pollution Due to the proposed project activities. there will be no change in the soil characteristics. the source of pollution may be categorized in two phases: • Construction Phase • Operation Phase Projects & Development India Limited. Air Environment The baseline ambient air quality status and expected air quality status for the proposed project are characterized using the following sources of data.

Sindri V . NOx within the threshold limit. It is therefore. Hence. the water environment will receive a positive impact and catalyze the green economy of the area. Biological Environment The proposed project is a green field for bottling and distribution of LPG in the nearby area for domestic consumption and will be installed in the vacant land available within the existing POL plant premises. The emission of above system shall be controlled as per standard fail-safe practices adopted by BPCL.7mm on average regulates the hydro environmental balance of this area. there is practically no source for continuous emission of air pollutants from the proposed facilities.5 m3 out of which the expected wastewater generation shall be around 1. Hence impact on the air due to noise shall be practically insignificant during construction and operation phase. The incremental increase in the noise level during operation phase shall be 16 hours. As regards annual average concentration. the construction phase would not produce any stress on the existing ambient air quality. Hence. In addition to that conservative method of dust suppression by sprinkling water shall be practiced. SO2 and NOx may increase only for 8-12 hours in day time. • LPG discharge from safety valves in case of over pressure. concluded that there is no point or non point sources of continuous emission of air pollutants as stated above. • LPG discharge from the vapour extraction system for cylinder filling area. The project will not discharge any effluent and shall harvest much more water than its annual consumption. Water Environment The hydro environment of the present ecosystem consists of surface water (Lotic & Lentic) and ground water. The septic tank and soak pit shall be designed in such a way to restrict vertical percolation of the wastewater to protect the existing quality of ground water in the surrounding area. There are no point and non point of emission or discharge of pollutants sources hence no adverse Projects & Development India Limited. The water consumption per day is 3. the pollutants shall remain well below the annual average.75 m3/day.EIA FOR PROPOSED LPG BOTTLING PLANT OF BPCL AT BAKANIA Executive Summary During construction phase. Noise Environment Noise monitoring programme was conducted at six locations within the study area representing rural and residential areas. The study conducted to assess the water quality reveals no abnormality with respect to its physico-chemical character. The water requirement shall be met from the test borewell. The noise monitoring survey reveals that the noise levels varies from 38 dB(A) to 52 dB(A) during night and day time respectively primarily due to movement of vehicles on the roads near the site and surroundings. A little increase in the noise level during construction and operation has been envisaged and duration during construction phase shall be 8 to 12 hours with maximum incremental noise level equivalent to 10 dB(A) which will correspond to 3 to 4 dB(A) on day and night levels. Most of the lotic and lentic system of water are ephemeral in nature. A rainwater harvesting program has been considered to harvest rain water in a pond with impermeable plastic lining of capacity 30m x 15m x 4m in addition to ground water charging system. SO2. The existing status of the air environment is quite capable of assimilating the rise in dust. the concentration of dust. For treatment of sanitary wastewater a sewage treatment plant consisting of septic tank and soak pit have been considered. During operation phase. Sources of intermittent discharge of pollutants are insignificant and are limited to the following: • D G set operated during failure of grid power supply. Rainfall equivalent to 1146.

The proposed LPG Bottling Plant shall be established in the 11 acres of vacant land available with existing POL Depot. Fugitive Emissions: Evaluation of hydrocarbons (Methane & Non-methane) in work zone area shall be carried out weekly. shall be maintained for the following environmental monitoring. SO2. there would be a significant positive impact on the socio . RPM. Moreover.economic environment for the proposed project is foreseen. Socio-Economic Environment The proposed project activity is limited to storage & bottling of LPG in cylinders. local people may be employed temporarily for construction works. with special emphasis on pH. Dissolve Oxygen. Oil and Grease etc. The measurements will be performed regularly with the frequency of twice per week to evaluate 24-hourly concentration & 8 hourly concentrations (only for CO). and the test reports will be forwarded regularly to the State and Central Pollution Control Boards: Ambient air quality: Adequate number of sampling stations. during its operational phase would be able to bridge the gap between the demand and supply of LPG for domestic use in surrounding areas which would help in the development of quality of living. as deemed fit by Madhya Pradesh State Pollution Control Board shall be established for monitoring of ambient SPM. The project does not involve a massive manpower. ADDITIONAL STUDIES No additional study is required other than generic one.EIA FOR PROPOSED LPG BOTTLING PLANT OF BPCL AT BAKANIA Executive Summary impact on the biological environment is envisaged due to the proposed project activities and operation. a few beneficial impacts due to the project activities have been estimated. During the construction phase. prepared in consultation with Madhya Pradesh State Pollution Control Board. However. Suspended solids. Wastewater Streams: Monitoring of wastewater streams shall cover all the parameters specified by Madhya Pradesh State Pollution Control Board. American Water Works Association (AWWA) and Water Pollution Control Federation (WPCF) and the manual on Water & Wastewater Analysis published by NEERI. Methods prescribed in “Standard Methods for Examination of Water and Wastewater” prepared and published jointly by American Public Health Association (APHA: 21st edition. the same will provide food and habitat to birds and smaller mammalian species. Thus. It will also nullify or stabilise the impact of pollutants which may be generated. 2005). Hence. More over a considerable area of the plant will be covered by green belt. The entire area of 35 acres has been declared by State Government as prohibited Projects & Development India Limited. the proposed project. Methane & Non-methane Hydrocarbon. a little change is only expected in the existing socio-economic pattern. The proposed LPG Bottling Plant is a new one and there will be a scope for generation of direct/indirect employment. Noise level: Noise generated by different sources and noise level within work zone & near boundary walls shall be measured once in three months. significant positive impact on fauna is foreseen. Thus. ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING PROGRAMME A monitoring schedule. NOx & CO. Nagpur are recommended. Sindri VI . Ground water quality: At least four ground water samples shall be collected and characterized for all parameters specified under IS: 10500 once every post and pre-monsoon season and accordingly action shall be taken as per the note provided for consultation.

Hence if there is any release that will be insignificant and shall remain within the threshold limit. Operation Phase Environmental impacts associated with operation phase include minor leakage of hydrocarbons during transfer of LPG. Further. soil erosion and noise reduction. the ground water charging system through water harvesting program will improve the water storage capacity of aquifer around the project vicinity. The stack height of the DG set shall be as per prescribed standard (more than 6. Even when the DG set is operated. Sindri VII . The Risk Analysis Report has been complemented as a part of this report separately. the transport system will improve in Bairagarh/ Bakania area. Leakage may also occur from relief valves provided on the storage tanks in the event of rise in temperature or pressure. This will bring improvement in social infrastructure. Projects & Development India Limited. Due to implementation of water harvesting program about minimum 400 m3 of water shall become available even in the dry period which will have some improvement in the microclimatic condition around the factory area.) which shall be operated in case of power cut. Improvement in Physical Infrastructure No major physical infrastructural change or improvement has been envisaged due to establishment of the proposed project. Hence the project does not involve any RR policy violation. Air Emissions There is practically no source of air pollution in the proposed facilities. All the storage tanks are leak proof and products are handled through closed pipes and adopting proven technological art and options. To check the release of hydrocarbon cooling by water spraying has been provided in the system which operates automatically and maintains the temperature of the storage system and valve. all precautionary measures would be made for dust suppression.2-mtrs). The proposed project will further accelerate the green economy of the area. The sources of atmospheric emissions are limited to the DG Set (1 no. emissions of SO2 and NOx shall be within the threshold limit. ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN Construction Phase During construction phase. PROJECT BENEFITS The benefits of the proposed LPG Bottling Plant may be summarized as under: • • Establishment of proposed LPG bottling plant near Bhopal will bridge the gap between demand and supply of the area around Bhopal. The green light program will improve the aesthetic value of the area in the vicinity of the proposed project and free movement of the local people in night hours.EIA FOR PROPOSED LPG BOTTLING PLANT OF BPCL AT BAKANIA Executive Summary area for storage and handling of petroleum products as per Government of India Confidential Act 1923 Section 2(9) & 3. The effect due to construction will of temporary nature and will have no permanent effect on the environment. The proposed bottling plant will save the forest and increase the carbon reserve of the country with additional advantage of high CO2 emission by using alternative source of fuel for cooking and other purposes. Improvement in Social Infrastructure Due to establishment of proposed project.

Rain water Harvesting Area : 10. Waste water from the sump shall be utilized quantitatively for irrigation of green belt. Sanitary waste water from canteen. Rain water Harvesting from Building Roof & other Virgin Area Rain water from all the building and clean area shall be harvested and systematically routed to ground water recharging systems.000 m2 Recharging Factor : 0.EIA FOR PROPOSED LPG BOTTLING PLANT OF BPCL AT BAKANIA Executive Summary Wastewater No waste water shall be generated from the proposed LPG Bottling Plant. wash rooms and toilets (3.maximum) shall be disposed off in Soak Pits of adequate capacity. Block Diagram for Proposed Rain Water Harvesting Pretreatment System From Drains Grit Chamber Water Harvesting Pond Oil Trap Sedimentation Unit Overflow to Natural Drainage Percolation Unit for Groundwater Recharge Groundwater Aquifer Solid Waste Management A little solid waste generation during construction of the proposed project can not be ruled out. lawns.146 Volume of Rechargeable Water 7.0 M) Net water available during dry period : 900 m3 Water Requirement during dry period : 525 = Say 500 m3 (150 days x 3.5 m3) Net water saving : 400 m3 The net surplus available water due to rain water harvesting in the pond equivalent to 400 m3 shall enhance the aesthetic view of the area and ecological & environmental condition. etc. The pond in due course may be used for aqua-culture also and the positive impact in the environment and socioeconomic condition shall be accelerated.000 m3 Loss through Trans-evaporation upto the : 900 m3 depth of 2. The little solid wastes generated during the construction phase will be utilized for land filling/levelling in the low lying areas within the Plant premises.0 m3/ day. gardens. Projects & Development India Limited.0-m (30 M x 15 M X 2. That shall be collected in a sump through surface drains.70 Yearly rain fall mean in meter : 1. A little quantity of spillage from the fire hydrant system and wastewater from mock fire drills may be expected. Sindri VIII .

Attempts shall be made to make the Working Environment to fit the Workmen instead of forcing a workman to adopt the Working Environment. has approved 12 points of TOR. there shall not be any comprise with required illumination at working places. MPSEAC in its 58th meeting held on 02. After presentation by BPCL. Record keeping for jobs done would be maintained. Sindri IX . the proposed project is required to obtain environmental clearance of State Expert Appraisal Committee. the Environmental Management Plan considers the strategy and goal of Ergnomics. More and more plants shall be planted in the available vacant spaces. lawns and gardens with ornamental trees shall be planted in vacant land within the plant / storage area. the project will emphasize the following programs to catalyze the green economy of the nation: Green Light Program It involves installation of energy efficient lighting system which reduces indirectly generation of oxides of Carbon. In addition to above management plan.EIA FOR PROPOSED LPG BOTTLING PLANT OF BPCL AT BAKANIA Executive Summary Afforestation Program About 5 acres of land is available in north direction adjacent to proposed bottling plant wherein different varieties of plants have been planted. The intermittent inspection and maintenance schedule would be prepared as per directive and procedures laid down by OISD. Nitrogen and Sulphur. However. Projects & Development India Limited.06. The compliance of TOR is presented below. As per the notification. (No CFC) Energy Star Program Use of energy efficient electrical appliances including computer etc.” Compliance of Terms of Reference The bottling of LPG is listed at Sr. Preventive Maintenance / Planned Inspection Preventive Maintenance and planned inspection of the facilities will be done in accordance with OISD and as per schedule. 6(b) of EIA Notification 2006. Accordingly M/s BPCL presented their case with Madhya Pradesh State Expert Appraisal Committee (MPSEAC). Golden Carot Program This program involves super efficient refrigeration cooling system and installation without the use of CFC. Further. The application of ergonomics will reduce the Muscular Skeletal Disorder (MSD). The case was listed as Case No.2010. 554/2010 for consideration. BPCL shall pay proper attention to improve the working environment by adopting the principle of Ergonomics in the following line of action: “In order to maximise the working and skill capability of the work-men.

Composition of LPG should be such that it meets the requirements of IS: 4576 and test methods specified under IS: 1448. The weld seams should be 100% radiographed and should be provided with two safety valves at the top. The health of tankers should be checked by nondestructive testing after a lapse of 3 to 5 years. Composition of gas with respect to toxicity and explosive properties : Properties of LPG have been presented in Section 2. Hence. Mode of transport of LPG to and from the plant. Some of the important features is summarized below: a) LPG is a mixture of liquefied commercial Propane and Butane. This range is considerably narrower than other gaseous fuel. Due to explosive nature of LPG. extreme is to be taken so that the LPG tankers as well as trucks carrying LPG cylinders are not involved in any accident like collision. 02. of TOR Details pertaining to respective point of TOR : Status/ Compliance 01. The vehicle should carry appropriate emergency equipment. b) LPG is slightly toxic. Sindri X . Chapter-2. risk analysis during transportation and safety measures thereby. The tankers should be rigid enough and should be constructed as a pressure vessel. emergency lighting and first Projects & Development India Limited. Composition of LPG differs as per need of customers. it suffocates when present in higher concentrations due to displacement of oxygen. : Mode of transport of LPG from refinery to bottling plant is road tanker and LPG filled cylinders are transported through trucks to LPG dealers. Although it is not poisonous in vapour phase.8 to 9.5. LPG is generally a mixture of 50% Propane and 50% Butane.EIA FOR PROPOSED LPG BOTTLING PLANT OF BPCL AT BAKANIA Executive Summary COMPLIANCE OF TOR Point. transport of bulk LPG from refinery to bottling plant as well as filled cylinders from bottling plant to dealers poses risk.5% by volume of the gas in air. No. IDLH value of LPG is generally taken as 19000 ppm. c) LPG has an explosive range of 1. This will normally include a tool kit. overturning which may pose danger in the form of gas leak.

BPCL shall take help of their other nearby LPG bottling plants at Indore & Jabalpur for providing empty cylinders and for storage of filled cylinders. Bulk LPG tank-lorry should have labelling as to the nature of substance being carried i. However. Projects & Development India Limited. In case any emergency arises.e. Storage for empty & filled cylinders should be enhanced keeping filling capacity in considering – accordingly plan is to be submitted with EIA. Presently these storages are sufficient to cater the requirement. An Off-site emergency plan shall be prepared and finalized by BPCL in consultation with local industries and administration. The bottling plants of Indore and Jabalpur are located within 300-kms distance of Bakania bottling plant. Monitoring of Methane and Non-methan hydrocarbon in ambient air as well as in work zone area of bottling plant has been discussed in Chapter-6 (Environmental Monitoring Program). XI . Rapid Risk Analysis Report of the plant to be conducted On-site and Off-site emergency plan as approved by the Health & Safety department : Monitoring of hydrocarbon with reference to LPG. He should carry a TREMCARD which will include what actions are to be taken during emergency on the road. : 05.EIA FOR PROPOSED LPG BOTTLING PLANT OF BPCL AT BAKANIA Executive Summary 03. flammable and explosive as well as the information panel which give information on the hazards of the chemical and action to be taken on emergency such as HAZCHEM code number.. On-site emergency plan has been discussed in Chapter-5 (DMP) of RA Report. the specification of bulk LPG carrier and the associated safety features shall be as per OISD-157. The driver of the road tankers should have adequate training as to what to do during emergency. There should be a fire extinguisher which is adequate for dealing with a fire on the load. 06. Sindri : aid equipment and may extend to protective clothing and breathing equipment. : 04. The drivers of the truck carrying LPG cylinders should also be trained to meet any emergency on the road and should carrying a TREMCARD which will indicate the actions to be taken in case of emergency. BPCL has envisaged for storage of about 1400 empty cylinders and storage of about 2000 filled cylinders. Risk Analysis Report prepared. UN number etc.

Expected yield of 800-1000 gallons per hour from a tube well of dia 8” and depth equivalent to 218 metres.5 KLPD) shall be met by bore well to be dug within proposed bottling plant premises. a ground water survey indicate that the ground water yield of the site & surroundings range from 500 to 800 gallons/hour. The details of solid waste management plan have been presented in Section 9. Installation of peizometric holes to monitor the ground water quality has to be ensured Present status of ground water : 12. BPCL appointed M/s New Patal Manthan of Bhopal. Normally. BPCL shall provide peizometric hole in LPG plant area to periodically monitoring of quality of Ground water. Sindri XII . 153 Mtrs to 159 Mtrs. no permission is required for drawing ground water. Adequate mitigations measures have been suggested in EMP to meet the required compliance. Source of water and related permission for lifting water : 09. : The existing POL Depot of BPCL is in good compliance with the norms and guideline provided by the State as well as Central Pollution Board. Details and frequency of the mock drills. As per standard practice followed by BPCL. No hazardous waste (oil-sludge etc) shall be generated from operation of proposed LPG bottling Plant. The requirement is too low to impart any adverse impact on the ground water reserves of the site and surroundings of proposed LPG bottling plant.5 of Chapter-9 (Environment Management Plan). In order to assess the present status of ground water in and around Bakania bottling plant. Bhopal. mock drill is conducted once in a month. Further. : 11. This yield appears to be above average yield and the impact due to drawl of 3. it has been evaluated that water bearing zones in and around bottling plant may be tapped at the depth of 53 Mtrs to 59 Mtrs. Details of hazardous waste (oilsludge etc) Management Plan. Source of water is ground water. an agency expert in the field of assessing status of ground water. As per the study conducted by M/s New Patal Manthan. 188 Mtrs to 184 Mtrs and 212 Mtrs to 218 Mtrs etc.EIA FOR PROPOSED LPG BOTTLING PLANT OF BPCL AT BAKANIA Executive Summary 07.5 KLPD shall be practically nil. Since the requirement of ground water is insignificant. 82 Mtrs to 88 Mtrs. Ground Water requirement (3. Projects & Development India Limited. : 10. Compliance of Air/ Water Consent Condition : 08.