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2007
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R/21-20 (Env. Thermal Power Plant (TPP)
IDENTIFICATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECT IMPACTS
IMPACT ASSESSMENT & MANAGEMENT MEASURES
All contracted activities are goverened by 'General EHS Conditions of Contract' (WI/6-2)
DEPARTMENT / AREA: THERMAL POWER PLANT
Operating Aspect Severity
Condition Category Adequacy of Measures S2 = EfxC

Activity / Product / Consequence Effectivenes of Duration
SL Services Normal, Abnormal Environmental Aspects Direct or (Impact) 'C' Controls (Ef) S
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(D1)
(Shutdown/
Startup) Emergency Indirect Existing Controls Gaps, if any Ef C
(N/A/E) D/I

1 Boiler Light-up and turbine A/E Fire in oil storage area due D Air pollution 1. Diesel tank located at safer location . - HEF 3 1 6 2
rolling and stoppage to back-fire in burners and 2. Fire proof drive and high pressure hoses
diesel pipes are used to avoid hose failure.
3. The quantity of diesel stored is <1000
liters
4. Emergency Preparedness procedure in
place (P-22 & Emergency Plan 2010)

2 A Noise generation due to D Noise pollution Silencers (2 nos.) are provided to minimise - HEF 3 1 6 1
steam venting. the noise level during start up.
3 A Stack dust emission prior to D Air pollution ESP put in service when flue gas ESP is not put in service EF 4 2 6 2
putting ESP in service and temperature reaches above acid dew point. until flue gas
during boiler cooling temperatures reaches
without ESP in service. above acid dew point to
prevent corrosion and
damage to ESP internals.

4 Boiler operation N Generation of CO2 (above D Global warming, 1. CO2 is partly compensated by tree Supply of desired quality EF 4 2 8 3
prescribed/ budgeted norms plantation of coal is subject to
or benchmark) 2. Daily monitoring of Boiler Heat Efficiency economy
& Internal Power Consumption
3. Annual budget & benchmarking for the
above parameters

5 N Generation of Sox, Nox & D air pollution 1. Limestone is used as a sorbent to absorb Presently online LEF 4 3 8 4
CO (above prescribed/ (increase in Sox, SO2 measurement of Sox, Nox
budgeted norms or Nox and CO level in 2. Furnace temperature maintained below & CO is not availabe
benchmark) Ambient Air) 950 deg.C to reduce NOx emission.
3. Excess air level maintained to eliminate
CO emission.

6 N Dust generation D Air pollution 1. ESP installed, interlocked with boiler - HEF 4 1 8 1
2. Documented PM plan/ schedule
followed.
2. Online measurement/ monitoring of
Stack dust emissions
3. Isokinetic measurement of stack dust
emission by Env. Cell fortnightly.

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IDENTIFICATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECT IMPACTS
IMPACT ASSESSMENT & MANAGEMENT MEASURES
All contracted activities are goverened by 'General EHS Conditions of Contract' (WI/6-2)
DEPARTMENT / AREA: THERMAL POWER PLANT
Operating Aspect Severity
Condition Category Adequacy of Measures S2 = EfxC

SL Activity / Product / Environmental Aspects Consequence Effectivenes of Duration
Normal, Abnormal S
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a
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Services (Shutdown/
Direct or (Impact) 'C' Controls (Ef) (D1)
Startup) Emergency Indirect Existing Controls Gaps, if any Ef C
(N/A/E) D/I

7 Fly Ash filling in tanker at N Dust generation D Air pollution Fly ash is filled in closed bulkers through 1. Spillage due to EF 3 2 4 1
Fly Ash Silo (Increase in PM-10 telescopic chute equipped with bag filter overfilling,
& PM 2.5 in 2. Occcasional
ambient air) malfunctioning of bag
filters

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IDENTIFICATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECT IMPACTS
IMPACT ASSESSMENT & MANAGEMENT MEASURES
All contracted activities are goverened by 'General EHS Conditions of Contract' (WI/6-2)
DEPARTMENT / AREA: THERMAL POWER PLANT
Operating Aspect Severity
Condition Category Adequacy of Measures S2 = EfxC

Activity / Product / Consequence Effectivenes of Duration
SL Services Normal, Abnormal Environmental Aspects Direct or (Impact) 'C' Controls (Ef) S
c
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l
e
(D1)
(Shutdown/
Startup) Emergency Indirect Existing Controls Gaps, if any Ef C
(N/A/E) D/I

8 Dust emission while ash N Dust generation D Air pollution 1. Bag filter installed at silo top & also Dust 1. Spillage due to EF 2 2 4 1
conveying/disposal and conditioner installed for unit 1 for loading in overfilling,
filling conditioned ash in dumpers. 2. Occcasional
dumpers in fly ash disposal 2. For unit 2 & 3 Bulk loading system is malfunctioning of bag
area. installed for filling ash in to bulkers. filters
3. Fly ash silo covered.

9 Oil circulation in pipings & N Fire D Air pollution 2. All the steam lines in the vicinity of oil - HEF 4 1 8 2
bearings and oil storage in line insulated.
Oil tank in Turbine area. 2. Oil with flash point > 250 deg.C used.
10 A Oil leakage D Land contamination 1. Waste Oil is collected in trays and - HEF 3 1 4 2
disposed off at marked area.
2. Bottom floor is made of RCC.
3. Oil leakages are spotted and addressed
on priority.

11 Coal plant operations e.g. N Dust generation D Air pollution 1. Water sprinklers provided on belt 1. Sometimes sprinklers EF 4 2 8 2
coal unloading, (Increase in PM-10 conveyors. may not work properly
transportation, storage, & PM 2.5 level in 2. Jet pulse filter provided at all transfer due to nozzle choking.
sampling, stacking, dozing ambient air) points. 2. Col area close to plant
in feed hopper, crushing 3. All the belts covered with hood. boundary
and filling of screened coal 4. Regular insprection by shift supervisor/ 3. Dust emission during
in Bunker, involving Engineer shifting of coal from Rly.
operation of conveyor Siding to plant
belts, Vibrating Screen,
Crusher, JCB, Loader, etc.

12 E Fire D Air pollution 1. Hot work permit followed Lack of engineering EF 4 2 8 2
2. Fire watcher deputed during welding / controls
cutting job in fire prone areas
3. Fire monitors & hydrant points available
at prominent places
4. Follow Procedure P-22 & Emergency Plan
2010 in case of fire.

13 N Spontaneous fire in coal D Deplition of natural 1. Regular water spray on feed belts During summers, fire is EF 4 2 4 2
piles resources 2. Fire affected coal is shifted to another possible at the prevailing
location & extinguished through water spray ambinet temp.
.

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IDENTIFICATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECT IMPACTS
IMPACT ASSESSMENT & MANAGEMENT MEASURES
All contracted activities are goverened by 'General EHS Conditions of Contract' (WI/6-2)
DEPARTMENT / AREA: THERMAL POWER PLANT
Operating Aspect Severity
Condition Category Adequacy of Measures S2 = EfxC

Activity / Product / Consequence Effectivenes of Duration
SL Services Normal, Abnormal Environmental Aspects Direct or (Impact) 'C' Controls (Ef) S
c
a
l
e
(D1)
(Shutdown/
Startup) Emergency Indirect Existing Controls Gaps, if any Ef C
(N/A/E) D/I

14 Plant operation, routine N High intensity noise D Noise pollution 1. Daily inspection of machines - HEF 4 1 4 2
inspection and 2. Scheduled PM plan followed.
Maintenance of auxiliary 2. Work place noise level is monitored and
equipments. (Turbine- controlled so as to maintain the Ambient
Generator, Boiler, Feed Noise below 70 dB.
Pump, etc.),
15 N Spillage of oil (Haz. Waste) D Land contamination 1. Area is concrete paved to prevent ingress - HEF 1 1 6 2
of oil into land
2. Regular inspect to identify & rectify such
leakages through check list .
3. In special case ,trays are kept below the
leaking equipment for collection of oil and
collected as spent oil and handed over to
Stores for further disposal.

16 Compressor operation and N Noise generation D Noise pollution Comprssors are installed in a separate - HEF 2 1 2 1
use of Compressed Air (Increase in enclosed building & with noise hood.
ambient noise)
17 N Spillage of oil (Haz. Waste) D Land 1. Area is paved to prevent ingress of oil into - HEF 4 1 6 4
contamination. land
2. Regular inspect to identify & rectify such
leakages through check list .
3. In special case ,trays are kept below the
leaking equipment for collection of oil and
collected as spent oil and handed over to
Stores for further disposal.

18 Operation of water N Damage to environment D Land 1. HDPE tank is used for storage and PVC - HEF 3 1 6 1
treatment plant Handling, due to spillage of acid/alkali contamination. fittings provided.
storage and use of and chemicals 2. Tanks base upon concrete flooring,
acid/alkali and chemicals in 3. Use of caustic Flakes in place of liquid
WT plant. caustic.
4. Acid usage minimzed by replacing WCC
with ACC
5. Regular inspection and monitoring by
WTP staff

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IDENTIFICATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECT IMPACTS
IMPACT ASSESSMENT & MANAGEMENT MEASURES
All contracted activities are goverened by 'General EHS Conditions of Contract' (WI/6-2)
DEPARTMENT / AREA: THERMAL POWER PLANT
Operation of water
Operating Aspect Severity
treatment plant Handling,
Condition Category Adequacy of Measures S2 = EfxC
storage and use of
acid/alkali and chemicals in
WT plant.
SL Activity / Product / Environmental Aspects Consequence Effectivenes of Duration
Normal, Abnormal S
c
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l
e
Services (Shutdown/
Direct or (Impact) 'C' Controls (Ef) (D1)
Startup) Emergency Indirect Existing Controls Gaps, if any Ef C
(N/A/E) D/I

19 N Waste water generation D Water pollution, 1. ACC installed in all the units - HEF 4 1 8 3
during regeneration of PSF, Max. limit of 2. High TDS blowdown water and waste
Softener, MB unit and DMF. discharge qty. water is tested & neutralized in
prescribed neutralization pit and then used for dust
suppression.
3. Water meters installed at inlet & outlet to
monitor waste water generation and
discharge
4. Daily monitoring of discharge quantities
by WTP staff

20 N Gas/ fumes generation D Air pollution Acid tank located outside of building. Proper Leakage in tank EF 1 2 2 1
ventilation is provided so that suffocation,
inhaling of acid fumes can be avoided.

21 N Disposal of broken D Land 1. Used chemical containers are returned to - EF 1 2 2 1
glasses/used chemical contamination. stores for further disposal
bottles. 2. Broken glassware disposed in LS stockpile

22 Movement of Trailers, N Dust, Sox, Nox generation D Air pollution Concrete road in fly ash area & coal plant Spillage of powedery EF 3 2 2 2
trucks, JCB/Loader and (Increase in Sox, Roads are periodically cleaned to minimise material from moving
other vehicles for various NOX, PM-10 & PM the impact. vehicles
plant activities. 2.5 level in ambient
air)

23 Generation of electricity N Consumption of water D Depletion of 1. WCC replaced with Air cooled condenser. - HEF 4 1 8 3
(beyond budgeted norms/ natural resources. 2. Chemical treatment of Auxiliary cooling
benchmark) water is being done to reduce blowdown
loss.
3. Treated B/D water is used for dust
suppression to conserve fresh water
4. Daily monitoring of water consumption
through water meters

24 N Consumption of coal/ fuel D Deplition of natural 1. Annual budget for Boiler Heat Rate & Supply of desired quality EF 4 2 4 4
(beyond budgeted norms/ resources. internal power consumption of coal is subject to
benchmark) 2. Daily energy monitoring economy
3. Energry efficient CFBC Boilers in CPP-2 &
3.

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IDENTIFICATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECT IMPACTS
IMPACT ASSESSMENT & MANAGEMENT MEASURES
All contracted activities are goverened by 'General EHS Conditions of Contract' (WI/6-2)
DEPARTMENT / AREA: THERMAL POWER PLANT
Operating Aspect Severity
Condition Category Adequacy of Measures S2 = EfxC

Activity / Product / Consequence Effectivenes of Duration
SL Services Normal, Abnormal Environmental Aspects Direct or (Impact) 'C' Controls (Ef) S
c
a
l
e
(D1)
(Shutdown/
Startup) Emergency Indirect Existing Controls Gaps, if any Ef C
(N/A/E) D/I

25 Unloading of acid in N Damage to environment D Land degradation 1. Acid and leak proof hose pipes used for - HEF 2 1 4 1
storage tank due to spillage of acid unloading.
2. Work instruction are strictly followed.
3. Use of sulphuric acid eliminated.
4. HCl storage tank is housed in RCC
enclosure.
5. Unloading is done under expert
supervision

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ENTIFICATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECT IMPACTS
MPACT ASSESSMENT & MANAGEMENT MEASURES
vities are goverened by 'General EHS Conditions of Contract' (WI/6-2)
Last Reviewed on : 01.08.2011

Regulatory or
'Other'
requirement Total = Impact Regulatory or 'Other' Additional control
apply? S1+S2+D1 Classifica Ref. Doc.
Yes = 5 +E1 tion requirements' explanation required Y/N
No = Zero
(E1)

5 16 M EC, Air consent, Noise Rules, 2010 No P 22 &
Emergency
Plan 2010

5 15 M EC, Air consent, Noise Rules, 2010 No -

5 23 S
EC, Air consent, Yes, ?
Documented Operational
Control Procedure (OCP) to
control the situation

0 23 S
- GHG emission to be ISMP for
compensated by using Bio mass
Biomass either in Power usage
Plant or in Cement Plant

5 37 I Air, Water Consent, EC, IBR & Yes, Online Sox, Nox and CO Capex
Factories Act, National Ambient analyser to be installed proposal/
Air Quality Standards, 2009 before Dec'11 ISMP for
online
stack gas
analyser

5 18 M Air, Water Consent, EC, National Yes, ?
Ambient Air Quality Standards, 1. Documented Operational
2009 Control Procedure (OCP)
2. Operational Control
Parameters for ESPs to be
defined

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MPACT ASSESSMENT & MANAGEMENT MEASURES
vities are goverened by 'General EHS Conditions of Contract' (WI/6-2)
Last Reviewed on : 01.08.2011

Regulatory or
'Other'
requirement Total = Impact
apply? S1+S2+D1 Classifica Regulatory or 'Other' Additional control Ref. Doc.
Yes = 5 +E1 tion requirements' explanation required Y/N
No = Zero
(E1)

5 17 M Air, Water Consent, EC, National Yes, Operational Control ?
Ambient Air Quality Standards, Procedure for control on dust
2009 spillage/ emission/
malfunctioning of JPF

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ENTIFICATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECT IMPACTS
MPACT ASSESSMENT & MANAGEMENT MEASURES
vities are goverened by 'General EHS Conditions of Contract' (WI/6-2)
Last Reviewed on : 01.08.2011

Regulatory or
'Other'
requirement Total = Impact Regulatory or 'Other' Additional control
apply? S1+S2+D1 Classifica requirements' explanation required Y/N Ref. Doc.
Yes = 5 +E1 tion
No = Zero
(E1)

5 16 M Air, Water Consent, EC, National Yes, Operational Control ?
Ambient Air Quality Standards, Procedure for control on dust
2009 spillage/ emission/
malfunctioning of JPF

0 14 M - No ?

5 14 M Hazardous waste management No
rules, 2008

5 27 S
Air, Water Consent, EC, National 1. Dust suppression system ?
Ambient Air Quality Standards, being installed at truck
2009 trippler. (ISMP ?)
2. All JPF's to be included
under PM plan
3. Responsibility for
efficient operation of JPF's
to be documented
4. Ensure regular
supervision of JPF/
sprinkler system etc..

5 27 S
Air, Water Consent, EC, Factories Training on Emergency P 22 &
Act Preparedness procedure Emergency
Periodic review of Plan 2010
emergency preparedness

0 14 M -

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MPACT ASSESSMENT & MANAGEMENT MEASURES
vities are goverened by 'General EHS Conditions of Contract' (WI/6-2)
Last Reviewed on : 01.08.2011

Regulatory or
'Other'
requirement Total = Impact
Regulatory or 'Other' Additional control
apply? S1+S2+D1 Classifica requirements' explanation required Y/N Ref. Doc.
Yes = 5 +E1 tion
No = Zero
(E1)

5 15 M EC, Air consent, Noise Rules, 2010 No

5 14 M Haz. Waste (MHTBM) Rules, 2008 No

5 10 T EC, Air consent, Noise Rules, 2010 No

5 19 M Haz. Waste (MHTBM) Rules, 2008 No

5 15 M No

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MPACT ASSESSMENT & MANAGEMENT MEASURES
vities are goverened by 'General EHS Conditions of Contract' (WI/6-2)
Last Reviewed on : 01.08.2011

Regulatory or
'Other'
requirement Total = Impact
apply? S1+S2+D1 Classifica Regulatory or 'Other' Additional control Ref. Doc.
requirements' explanation required Y/N
Yes = 5 +E1 tion
No = Zero
(E1)

5 20 M Water Consent Water meters to be
installed at inlet & outlet
(ISMP ???)

0 6 T - No

0 6 T - No

5 14 M EC, Air consent No

5 20 M EC, CGWA Authorization No
condition

0 16 M - Boiler Heat Rate to be
monitored & aspect to be
reviewed in every quarter

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MPACT ASSESSMENT & MANAGEMENT MEASURES
vities are goverened by 'General EHS Conditions of Contract' (WI/6-2)
Last Reviewed on : 01.08.2011

Regulatory or
'Other'
requirement Total = Impact Regulatory or 'Other' Additional control
apply? S1+S2+D1 Classifica requirements' explanation required Y/N Ref. Doc.
Yes = 5 +E1 tion
No = Zero
(E1)

5 12 M Factories Act & State Factory No WI/21-5,
Rules WI/21-6 &
Sheet No.2
Handling of
Chemicals

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IMPACT CLAS
S
IFICATION & ACTIONS
TO BE TAKEN
Risk Score Category Status
Trivial
0 - 11
12-20 Moderate
Non-significant

21-32 Substantial

33 a
nd a
bove Intolerable
Significant
ION & ACTIONS
TO BE TAKEN
Actions to be taken Go Ba
c
k to Env. Aspec
t S
heet
No action may be required

May require installation of cost effective devices wherever
feasible, monitoring, training of personnel, periodic
inspection etc.

May require inclusion in the organizational/ deptt.
objectives, formulating ISMPs/ Action Plan, Operational
Control Measures, Audit and inspection.

To be considered in organization level objectives, detailed
action plan, Operational Control Measures, Audit, regular
monitoring & measurement, emergency planning, and work
under constant supervision till permanent control measures
are implemented
to Env. Aspec
t S
heet
DETERMINING EFFECTIVENES
S
OF CONTROLS

Likel
ihood Nota
tion Ra
ting

Highl
y Effec
tive HEF 1

Effec
tive EF 2
Less Effec
tive LEF 3

Ineffec
tive IEF 4
DETERMINING EFFECTIVENES
S
OF CONTROLS

Criteria

If almost no gap exists in control of the identified Environmental Aspects, as technology,
operational control, measurement monitoring, competence in place
If there is any minor gap / weakness in the existing controls
There are unreasonable/ major gaps in the control of the identified Environmental
impacts with respect to adoption of technology, operational control, measurement
monitoring and competence or the controls are totally human dependant
There are almost no control in place in controlling the identified Environmental impacts.
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CRITERIA FOR DETERMINING IMPACT CONS
EQUENCY LEVEL

Level
of Ha
rm Nota
tion Ra
ting
Slightly Harmful SH 2
Harmful H 4
Very Harmful VH 6
Extremely Harmful EH 8
OR DETERMINING IMPACT CONS
EQUENCY LEVEL

Compl
ia
nc
e with Environmenta
l
S
ta
nda
rds Go Back to Env. Aspect Sheet
Below/ equal to prescribed standard
Above than prescribed standard however < 20%
Above than prescribed standard however within 20% - 40%
Above than prescribed standard and > 40%
o Env. Aspect Sheet
CRITERIA FOR DETERMINING S
CALE OF IMPACT

S
c
a
l
e (S
1) Ra
ting Go Back to Env. Aspect Sheet
S
pot 1
Within Dept. 2
Within Premises 3
Outside Premises 4
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CRITERIA FOR DETERMINING DURATION OF IMPACT

Dura
tion of impa
c
t/ pol
l
ution Ra
ting Go Back to Env. Aspect Sheet
Less than 1 hour/ Rare 1
1 to 8 hours 2
8 to 24 hours 3
More than 24 hours/ continuous 4
o Env. Aspect Sheet