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Submitted to:
Er.Meera Joshi
IOE, Pulchowk Campus

Prepared and Submitted by:

Madan Gorathoki

March 2018
The Environmental Management Plan (EMP) has been prepared for the sub-project that
discusses the anticipated impacts, monitoring requirements, and development of mitigation
measures with respect to the following phases: (i) construction, and (ii) operation and maintenance.
Detailed, site-specific mitigation measures and monitoring plans were developed and will be
implemented during the project implementation phase.

Institutional Structure and Stakeholder’s Roles and Responsibility

Primary responsibility for the implementation of the EMP lies with the BMMR Construction
Baneswor Kathmandu, as the project involves a number of stakeholders, there is need of shared
responsibility among the stakeholders to realize the objective of the EMP during various phases
of project development and operation.

Project Salient Features

Project: Building Project

Building type: Earthquake Resistant Hotel Building
Capacity: 100 beds Location: Dhampus Kaski District, Gandaki Zone, Province Number 4,

The roles and responsibilities of the various stakeholders are briefly presented below

Stakeholders Responsibilities
Project  Make timely decisions on applicable policies to the project
Proponent  Ensure that the mitigation prescriptions stipulated in the
BMMR IEE are incorporated in the project design
constriction  Ensure that the mitigation prescriptions related to
contractor’s activities are incorporated in the contract bid
documents, particularly in the specific provisions of
contract, contract specifications, and bill of quantities
 Overall responsibility for EMP implementation during the
operation phase
 Responsible for working with stakeholders in developing
an integrated environmental management
 Develop an environmental and social management unit,
headed by the Project Environmental Officer to implement
EMP responsibilities
 Provide all supervisory and management staff with an
awareness and understanding of their responsibilities under
this EMP.
 Provide appropriate and adequate resources to allow for
the effective implementation of the EMP.

 Review of EMP performance and implementation of
correction actions, or stop work procedures, in the event of
breaches of EMP conditions, that may lead to serious
impacts on local communities, or affect the reputation of
the project.
Project  Be aware and understand the contents of, and the reason
Engineer for implementing the elements of the EMP.
 Preparation and implementation of the Environmental
Supervision Plan during construction
 Preparation and implementation of the Environmental
Monitoring Plan during construction
 Supervision of contractor performance of implementation
of the Environmental Management Plan Components
 Reporting any incidents or non-compliance with the EMP
to the project Management office of local authority
 Prepare environmental reports summarizing project
activities, required
 Making recommendations to the PMO regarding EMP
performance as part of an overall commitment to
continuous improvement
 Represent the project in the meetings with contractors
Contractors  Be aware of and understand the contents of and the reason
for implementing the elements of the EMP and ensure all
personnel including sub-contractors adhere to these
 Provide adequate training in the elements of the EMP to all
personnel, including contractors.
 Provide personnel involved in the project, including
subcontractors and visitors, with the appropriate
environmental training required to provide them with
awareness and understanding of their responsibilities under
the EMP as well as understanding of the environmental
approvals that adhere to the Strategies outlined in the
 Carry out all work in accordance with the procedures
outlined in the EMP.
 Make sure that all environmental safeguards and
precautions are in place and adhered to at all times at the
site and activity.
 Regularly inspect and monitor all activities for adherence
to proper environmental safeguards.
 Ensure that all equipment used is properly serviced and
that all precautions are in place to prevent the likelihood of
an environmental incident occurring. Report all

environmental incidents to the project site engineer or
Representative as soon as practicable
 Prepare and maintain records and all required reporting
data as stipulated by the EMP, for submission to the
project site engineer
Stakeholders  Advice and assistance in the grievance redress process
 Advice and assistance in the compensatory afforestation
 Take part in the supervision of the EMP, where applicable
 Review progress and monitoring reports of the project and
provide feedback to the project management for
environmental and social management
 Advice and assistance in the maintenance of law and order
in the project area

Environmental and Social Impact Management

The environmental and social impacts of the project were identified in section 6 and are linked
to specific mitigation actions. The mitigation management measures in a matrix format with details
of environmental impacts, specifics of mitigation measures, responsible agency for mitigation
action, and timing of mitigation is provided in Table for construction and operation phases.

Activity Issues Potential Mitigation Measures Mitiga Responsibility for
Phase Impacts tion Augmentation
Cost. Measures
Rs. Responsib Relevant
le Monitorin
Executing g
Agencies Agencies
Physical Environment
Constru 1. Earth  Air  Spraying the working 20000 Contractor Project
ction moving pollution, ground with water Engineer
Phase activities noise  Control speed of vehicles
(transport pollution, and operation machineries
ation nuisance,  Ensure sound condition of
vehicles) injury construction machinery
for site and equipment
preparatio  Use of modernized
n and equipment - Workers must
operation be provided with proper
of heavy PPEs such as dust masks
machineri during dry and windy
es conditions and ear plugs
during working in noisy
 Local residents should be
given notice of intended
noisy activities so as to
calm down from getting
Constru 2. Soil  Soil  Landscaping should be 80000 Contractor Project
ction excavatio quality done after construction Engineer
Phase n degradatio with indigenous tree
n, top soil species if possible
losses  Soil waste should be
disposed of properly or cut
and fill should be adopted
Constru 3. Traffic  Accidents,  Provide adequate parking Contractor Project
ction congestio nuisance and driveways 20000 Engineer
Phase n  Enforcement of speed

Constru 4. Constricti  Nuisance,  Waste collection,
ction on waste Accident, segregation and disposal
Phase disposal soil should be properly
contamina managed and contact to
tion, fire Rural Municipality for final
hazard disposal.
 Reusable inorganic waste
(e.g. excavated soil) should
be stockpiled away from
drainage features and used
for in filling where
Constru 5. Storage of  Air  Fine grained materials 45500 Contractor Project
ction constructi pollution, (sand, marl, etc.) should be Engineer
Phase on soil stockpiled away from
materials contamina surface drainage channels
tion, fire and features.
hazard  Flammable materials (e.g.
fuels) should be properly
stored in appropriate
containers and kept
separately. Conspicuous
warning signs (e.g. ‘No
Smoking’) should also be
posted. Firefighting
equipment should be
 Paved the ground of the
storage area or leak proof
epoxy flooring should be
Operatio 6. Vehicle  Air  Regular vehicle 55000 Project Rural
nal movemen Pollution, maintenance should be Proponent Municipal
Phase ts to noise, soil done ity Office
transport pollution,  Speed control should be
required accident enforced.
commodit and fatal
ies to case
hotel and
used by
Operatio 7. Water  Water  Water-saving devices Project Rural
nal consumpt resources should be installed Proponent Municipal
Phase ion in depletion including ultra-low-flush ity Office
hotel toilet, spray nozzles,

facilities urinals, and low flow
such as showerheads
toilet,  Install water meter.
Operatio 8. Solid  Nuisance,  Waste segregation system 60000 Project Rural
nal waste Soil should be adopted Provide a Proponent Municipal
Phase from contamina numbers of bins with labels ity Office
hotel tion,  Pave the floor of temporary
rooms injury waste storage area in order
and to save leaking
general  Recyclable waste should be
waste sent to recycler and
reusable waste should be
reused - Final disposal
should be follow the
guidelines of Township
Biological Environment
Operatio 9. Hazardou  Environm  Discharge the sewage on 50000 Project Rural
nal s waste to ental The water body only after Proponent Municipal
Phase water quality Treatment ity Office
bodies degradatio
n and
effect on

Socio-economic and Cultural Environment

Operatio 10. Foreigner  Archaeolo  Hotel should provide 30000 Project Rural
nal s show gical awareness program with Proponent Municipal
Phase lack of resources, the assistance of Ministry ity Office
respect to social and of Hotels and Tourism.
cultural cultural  To avoid traditional, social
and local impact and cultural impacts, the
people and may proponent should adopt the
while conflict Hotel and Tourism Law
touring with local
Operatio 11. Emergenc  Fire  Provide adequate fire 25000 Project Rural
nal y Fire hazard, extinguishers and Proponent Municipal
Phase Fatal case firefighting equipment ity Office
 Sprinklers should be
installed especially in

 Develop firefighting plan
and evacuation plan
 Organize firefighting,
evacuation and first aid
trainings. Organize a
volunteer firefighting team
with hotel employees