Rajasthan State Pollution Control Board

Sector Specific Guidance Manual for Townships & Area Development Projects
Prepared by

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Administrative Staff College of India
Hyderabad

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SECTOR SPECIFIC GUIDANCE MANUAL FOR TOWNSHIPS AND AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS

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Contents
Chapter No. Title Foreword Acknowledgements Team List of Annexures About the Manual Chapter 1 Introduction 1.0 About RPCB 1.1 Townships and area development projectsClassification by RPCB for Consent Management purpose 1.2 Townships and area development projectsClassification by MoEF for EC applicability Environmental Acts and Legal Requirements 2.0 Legal requirements under the provisions of the Water (Prevention & Control Pollution) Act, 1974 as amended 2.1 Requirement under the provisions of Air (Prevention & Control Pollution) Act, 1981 as amended 2.2 Requirement under the provisions of the Environmental (Protection) Act, 1986 and as amended 2.3 Requirement for ground water extraction 2.4 Notification for the integrated township dated 29.03.07 Urban development & Local Self Department, Government of Rajasthan 2.5 Requirements under the Notification No. S.O. 319 (E) dated 7th May 1992 and S.O. 1189 (E) dated 29th November 1999Restriction of certain activities in specified area of Aravalli Range 2.6 Requirements under the Notification No. S.O. 1545 dated 25th June 2009-Mount Abu Eco-sensitive Zone Statutory Clearance Process 3.0 Environmental Clearance Process 3.1 Public Consultation 3.2 Validity of Environmental Clearance 3.3 Post Environmental Clearance Monitoring 3.4 Transferability of Environmental Clearance 3.5 Criteria for EIA consultants 3.6 Authorized signatory 3.7 Participation of the project proponent during the EAC meeting 3.8 Projects requiring recommendation of the Chief Wildlife Warden 3.9 Consent management system – RPCB Environmental Aspects and Guidance 4.0 Environmental Checklist 4.1 Environmental norms 4.2 Guidance for the project developer Page No.

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Chapter 3

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1 Components of EMP Chapter 6   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 2 .0 Guidelines for stipulating sector specific condition in the CTE order Environmental Management Plan 6.0 General 6.Chapter 5 Guidelines for sector specific projects 5.

Foreword (To be given by RPCB)   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 3 .

Acknowledgements (To be given latter by ASCI)   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 4 .

Project Team   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 5 .

Construction Phase   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 6 . Checklist . General Standards for Discharge of Effluents 9. Effluent Standards for Hotel Industry notified under E (P) Act. National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) 10. FORM 1 (EIA Notification dated 14th September 2006 as amended 1st December 2009) 2. Noise Ambient Air Quality Standards 11. BIS Code of Practices 16. Areas as identified by CGWA as – safe areas. FORM-1 A (only for construction projects listed under item 8 of the Schedule of EIA Notification) 3. 1986 13. Availability of Rain Water Through Roof Top Rain Water Harvesting 20. Code of Practices for Parking Requirements 15. Rain Water Harvesting Structures 18. Application for Consent To Establish 5. semi – critical areas.Annexures 1. critical areas & over exploited areas 8. Application for Consent To Establish 4. Consent Fee Under the Provisions of Water Act 6. Wind Towers 21. Water Quality Inlets 19. Consent Fee Under the Provisions of Air Act 7. Ground Water Scenario of Rajasthan 17. Noise Limits for Generator Sets run with Diesel 12. Estimation of Water Demand 14.

In case of amendment to the original Act/Rules/Notifications made thereunder. so that the quality EIA or EMP reports will be improved. In case of interpretation of any question related to law. together with necessary capacity building The manual is meant to serve as a guidance purpose. and have a better understanding about the developmental project.   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 7 . The consultants will have similar understanding of the sector and the procedures involved. The reviewers across the board may have same understanding about the sector and helps them in the process of review and appraisal. To ensure effective utilization by different stakeholders this manual is divided into the following chapters: The preparation of sector specific guidance manual by Rajasthan State Pollution Control Board is in line with National Environmental Policy 2006. the provisions of the original law and the rules made thereunder with various government directions/resolutions will have to be read and followed.e project proponent. The manual will also covers the environmental aspects due the Township and Area Development projects. which emphasizes on: Formulate and periodically update.. standards. environmental consultant. Rajasthan State Pollution Control Board officials and the public to have a better understanding on the relevant environmental aspects in the initial stage itself. will have information about the environmental aspects. regulatory requirements etc. codes of good practices for environment for different category of industries Ensure faster decision making with greater transparency and access to information. This manual covers the legal requirements. The project proponent may use this manual to ensure that all the aspects of the environment due to the project are addressed and adequate mitigation measures are planned in the proposed environmental management plan and he will be fully aware of the environmental process and requirements. environmental standards and maintenance of statutory records.About the Manual The purpose of developing sector specific guidance manual for Township and Area Development projects is to provide clear and concise information to all the stakeholders i. the provisions as amended from time to time shall be applicable. clearance process. Public who are concerned about a new or expansion project.

The Board ensures proper implementation of the statues. 2000 The Batteries (Management and Handling) Rules. 2006 as amended The Chemical Accidents (Emergency Planning. 1989 Notification No. 1533 dated 14th September 2006 as amended 1st December 2009   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 8 . 1999 as amended The Manufacture.0. 2000 The EIA Notification S.O.O. 319 (E) dated 7th May 1992 (Restricting certain activities in special specified area of Aravalli Range) Notification No. Genetically Engineered Organism or Cells Rules. Storage and Import of Hazardous Chemical Rules. Preparedness and Response) Rules. Handling & Transboundary Movement) Rules 2008 Manufacture. 1991 and Rules made there off The Environmental Protection Act. 1545 (E) dated 25th June 2009 declaring Mount Abu Eco Sensitive Zone The Noise Pollution (Regulation and Control) Rules. RSPCB was entrusted with various responsibilities under different enactments made. 1974 and Rules made there off The Air (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act. S. 2001 Fly Ash Notification as amended S. Import. Use. S. 2000 Bio Medical Waste (Management and Handling) Rules.CHAPTER I Introduction 1. The Board was established in the year 1975 under the provisions of Water (P&C of Pollution) Act 1974. Currently RSPCB is responsible completely or partially for the implementation of following Acts and rules: • • • • • The Water (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act. Export and Storage of Hazardous Micro Organisms. judicial and legislative pronouncements related to environmental protection within the state. 1989 as amended Municipal Solid Waste (Management and Handling) Rules.0 About RSPCB The Rajasthan State Pollution Control Board (RPCB) is a statutory authority entrusted to implement environmental laws & rules within the jurisdiction of the State of Rajasthan. 1996 The Recycled plastic (Manufacture and Usage) Rules. 1981 and Rules made there off The Water (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Cess Act 1976 and Rules made there off The Public Liability Insurance Act. 2804(E) dated 3rd November 2009 Environmental Impact Assessment Notification. 1998 as amended Ozone Depleting Substances (Regulation) Rules. Over the years.O. 1986 and Rules made there off ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ ‐ Hazardous Wastes (Management.

43 of Red category S.2 Townships and Area Development projects – Classification by MoEF for EC applicability Environmental Impact Assessment Notification S.No. reservoir.31 of Red category S. the Township and Area Development projects for consent management purpose as follows: No.All other industries which are not covered under the ‘Red’ or category ‘Orange’ categories and are discharging waste.No.04.30 of Red category S.Hotels and all tourism projects irrespective of their capacity which is amidst in any water body or which are located within 200 meters of HFL of any lake.No. meters but more than or equal to 2500 sq.0 MLD .Water Treatment Plants of capacity up to 4.1. meters Other category S. As per these notifications. A of Other .Having capacity of 100 beds and above .No. Townships and Area   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 9 .Classification by RPCB for consent management purpose The RPCB had categorized based on pollution causing potential.37 of Red category Project Description Red category Building/construction projects having built up area equal to or more than 20.Hotel having capacity up to 50 beds .G sets with total capacity of more than or equal to 200 KVA Reference: RPCB office order dated 03.1 Townships and Area Development projects .O.000 Sq. S.2008 1.35 of Orange category S.0 MLD S.36 of Orange category Multiplexes or building/construction projects having built up area less than 20.No. meters Township projects of more than or equal to 50 ha Hotels: .All mines not included in Red & Orange categories and having area less than 1.11 of Orange category S. water and/or air emissions .No.30 of Orange category S.No.0 .1533 (E) of 14th September 2006 as amended in 2009 has made it mandatory to obtain prior environmental clearance for scheduled development projects. river or water body Hospitals (50 or more beds) Orange category Hotels having capacity from 51 to 99 beds Hospitals (less than 50 beds) Water Treatment Plants of capacity more than 4.No.No.Fixed D. 000 sq.

O 1533 dated 14th September 2006 and amended Notification S. as the case may be Reference: EIA Notification S. Biotech irrespective of the area Category ‘A’ or ‘B’ does parks. meters and < 1. it will be the activity area 8 Townships and --Covering an area ≥50 ++ All projects under (b) Area ha and or built up item 8(b) shall be Development area ≥1. 000 sq. 8(a) or 8(b) in the Schedule. industrial estate falls Category B industry export under the Category A.000 sq.000 sq. meters of built-up area# Conditions # Built up area for covered construction.Development projects are classified as category B projects. housing any industry of (SEZs). Leather not require clearance complexes Industrial estates with Industrial estates of area greater than 500ha. special shall be treated as below 500ha. in case of facilities open to the sky. appraised as Category B1 projects meters ++ 7(c) Industrial If at least one industry Industrial estates Special conditions shall estates/parks/c in the proposed housing at least one apply omplexes/areas. 50.O 3067 (E) dated 1st December 2009   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 10 .000 sq. building and one Category B belonging to Category construction projects industry A or B >20.mtr and or development area more than 50ha it will be treated as activity listed at serial no. and area <500ha Note: processing zones entire industrial area Industrial estate of area (EPZs). and not economic zones Category A.50. area >500ha. The following is the categorization made for the applicability of EIA Notification: Project or activity 8 (a) Building and Construction projects Category with threshold Category A --Category B ≥20. and not If the area is less than but contains and housing at least housing any industry 500ha.

2 Requirements under the provisions of the Environment (Protection) Act. no person shall.O. Punishable with imprisonment up to 5 years with fine up to one lakh or with both When a company has committed offence under E (P) Act. without the previous consent of the State Board Restrictions on new outlets and a. 1981 and as amended Section 21 (1) Subject to the provisions of this section. or c. no person shall.0 Legal requirements under the provisions of the Water (Prevention & Control of Pollution Act) 1974 as amended The Water (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act.CHAPTER 2 Environmental Acts and Legal requirements 2.1 Requirements under the provisions of the Air Pollution Act) 1981 as amended (Prevention & Control of The Air (Prevention & Control of pollution) Act. and it is . be punishable with imprisonment for a term which shall not be less than Penalty of one year and six months but which may extend to six years and with contravention of fine Section 21 2. 1533 dated 14th September 2006 Section 15 of E (P) Act 1986 Section 16 of E   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 11 Projects listed in the schedule shall obtain prior environmental clearance from the concerned regulatory authority. without the previous consent of the State Board. or b. establish or operate any Restrictions on industrial plant in an air pollution control area use of certain industrial plants Section 37 (1) Whoever fails to comply with the provisions of section 21. Establish or take any steps to establish any industry. 1986 and as amended S. 1974 and as amended Section 25 (1) Subject to the provisions of this section. operation or discharges process. Bring into use any new or altered outlets for the discharge of sewage. which is likely to discharge sewage or trade effluent into a stream or well or sewer or on land (such discharge being hereafter in this section referred to as discharge of sewage). or any treatment and disposal system or an extension or addition thereto. Begin to make any new discharge of sewage Whoever contravenes the provision of section 25 shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term which shall not be less than two years but which may extend to six years and with fine Section 44 Penalty of contravention of section 25 2.

The following conditions shall be imposed while issuing Consent to Establish • The artificial recharge proposal shall be vetted by the component authority viz. the following guidelines regarding the requirement of NOC from CGWA for abstraction of ground water by any industry/ infrastructure project/ mine (proposed/existing) are being followed: S. Ministry of Water Resources.2010 for further information 2.2009. A copy of consent letter containing will be endorsed to Regional Director. Government of Rajasthan The Government of Rajasthan had issued certain directions in their order dated 29. the Consent to Establish application will be considered only after submission of NOC from CGWA 5. Jaipur for their information and necessary action by RPCB Please refer RPCB Circular dated 08.4 Notification for Integrated Township dated 29. Urban Development & Local Self Department. distilleries and breweries 3. or neglect on the part by any director. No 1. manager. Jaipur • Industry shall undertake artificial recharge measures • Recycled and /or treated water shall not be used for recharge to ground water • Industry shall provide suitable meter system and maintain proper record of the daily abstraction of ground water 6.03. Central Ground Water Board (WR).01. 6A.2007 to promote integrated development in future growth of the urban areas of the Rajasthan and to encourage private sector investment/foreign direct investment (FDI) in real estate sector. Jhalana Institutional Area.3 Requirements for Ground Water Extraction Keeping in view of the requirements stated in the Policy guidelines for clearance of ground water abstraction for various uses issued by the Central Ground Water Authority. 2. Industry/infrastructure project/time (proposed/existing) located in safe category areas. Guidelines NOC from CGWA shall not be required for abstraction of ground water in the following cases: • In case of over-exploited areas abstraction<25m3/day • In case of critical areas abstraction <50 m3/day • In case of semi critical areas abstraction <100 m3/day 2. Regional Director.2007. The exemption shall not be applicable to industries. Jaipur/State Ground Water Department. GoI vide their letter dated 14.10. secretary or other officials shall be deemed to be guilty and shall be liable for punishment.   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 12 . For the industry/infrastructure project/mine which proposed to abstract ground water more than the exempted quantity referred above. Central Ground Water Board (WR). which are using water as raw material such as packaged drinking water industries. are required to obtain NOC from CGWA if ground water abstraction exceeds 1000 m3/day for hard rock areas and 2000 m3/day for alluvial areas 4.03.(P) Act 1986 proved that the offence has been committed with the consent or connivance of.

health club etc (ii). Integrated Township Schemes of Private Developers Minimum area for integrated township shall be 10 hectares in Jaipur. Rain water harvesting provisions will be compulsory in all group housing projects and township schemes (iv). 9 (a). power/water backing backup shops for daily needs. This shall be strictly enforced by the local authority An “Eco-cess” at the rate of Rs. At least 10% area for parks & open spaces shall be reserved. space for communities gathering.   To be developed as per approved planning. parks & open spaces) Up to 5% Up to 10% Not less than 35% (including sector level roads) TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 13 .5% land be reserved for EWS and 0.per sq. gyms. Configuration of plotted/Group housing shall be developer’s option Separate Building Regulations shall be framed for integrated township projects. The Local authority would ensure reservation of adequate land for games and sports facilities Local authorities would develop sector parks on the lines of sector roads as per zonal plans No road shall be less than 40ft. 21. Separate regulations for Group housing/malls to be proposed. The regulations so prepared shall provide for the provisions of parking and open spaces which shall be surrendered in favor of the Local Authority In township schemes “community water harvesting strictures” will be constructed by local authority and all water outlets and drainages will be connected to this structure. Section 60 of the Raj Housing Board Act.5% land shall be reserved under “Jan Sathi” scheme/informal sector in the scheme Available to developer for disposal Available to developer for disposal 1. parks & open spaces to be surrendered to local authority after development. This entire area under roads. 1/. Road connectivity shall be ensured by the developer Gross residential density shall be prescribed on the basis of level of available external development infrastructure. The Local Authority shall prepare/amend Building Regulations accordingly: (i). 6 hectares in Divisional Headquarters and 4 hectares in other Municipal Towns and District Head quarters The following land use distribution shall be ensured at scheme level Residential Up to 50% Plotted apartments (of the scheme area 7. 14. shall be charged by the local bodies for Commercial Institutional (Educational /Medical etc) Facilities (Roads. provisions for service class. 15. and all the roads shall provide for standard street lighting and essential street furniture.yd. such securities arrangements.These directions were issued under Section 297 of the Rajasthan Municipal Act 1959. All public areas to have provisions for physically handicapped (iii). Section 90 of the Jaipur Development Authority Act 1982. 10. 12. 9 (b). Group housing projects to be encouraged in which all provisions for a decent communities living would be ensure. Some of the provisions of this notification are listed below: A. 1970 and Rule 31 of the Rajasthan Urban Improvement (Disposal of urban lands) Rules 1974. Suggested points for inclusion in the Building Regulations are as under.

6. General Conditions Local authority would issue NOC to the developers as per provisions of Master plan and land use plan Conversion of land would be allowed according to master plan provisions.i. commercial strips. This would mean 7. this would encourage proper mix of plotted development and group housing and would also encourage vertical development B. Wherever required. 1. The master plans would be suitably amended to accommodate such schemes Sector plans shall be prepared indicating the sector road network and sector level uses After deducting area of sector road. 23. particularly solar energy iv. Use of non conventional energy sources.5% Would be reserved for convenient shopping/kiosks/informal sector under “Jan Sathi” scheme Internal Roads Sectoral facilities Local/level facilities/open spaces/parks 3. 5. Use of appropriate building material iii. developer’s land and FDI pockets from the project area. Proper orientation of building blocks ii.22. 3. 3. Township Schemes of Local Authorities The Jaipur Development Authority in case of Jaipur and local authority in consultation with Town Planning Department of the State for other towns of Rajasthan shall declare a well-defined area in appropriate zone as “Town Planning Scheme”. change in land use would be first ensured before conversion is permitted Pollution Control Board norms for townships with respect to provisions of Environmental Clearance as required under Ministry of Environment and Forests (GoI) Notifications shall be applicable The provisions will also apply in the entire NCR Region of Rajasthan state If in case of individual khatedar schemes.5% To be developed by local authority for EWS/LIG housing 0. the lands to be developed under this scheme which shall be utilized for greening the city The design of the township shall aim at water and energy conservation. Recycling of waste water and water harvesting The FAR of the entire gross area of township shall be 1. the entire internal development will be done   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 14 . the redistribution of the available area shall be done in the following manner Use Residential/Plot ted Percentage 63% Detailed Break up 35% To be made available to khatedar in his own land or in the vicinity 15% To be retained by local authority towards cost of Internal Development 5% To be retained by local authority towards external development / augmentation of infrastructure 7.iii. App C.0. 20% 7% 10% 7.

319 (E) dated 7th May 1992 and as amended.2007 for details 2.O. All new mining operations including renewals of mining lease B. S. Processes and • activities which • require prior permission Location of new industry including expansion/modernization A. GoI had stipulated restrictions on certain activities in specified area of Aravalli Range vide Notification No.O.5 Requirements under the Notification No. As per the Notification the Central Government prohibits the carrying on the following processes and operations. information centres and any other activity connected with such construction (including roads a part of any infrastructure relating thereto) Electrification (laying of new transmission lines) All reserved forests.4 years construction works (minimum of 25% on every 33% development by the end of the II year earmarked plot) 66% development by the end of the III year 100% development by the end of IV Year For more than 10 ha .endi x-1 App endi x-1 by the local authority for which plots of equal value would be handed over by the khatedar developer to the local authority Time limit foe completion of project Type Time period from date of sanction Land development with Up to 10 ha . sheds. community centres. 1189 (E) dated 29th November 1999 – Restriction of certain activities in specified area of Aravalli range: The MoEF.one additional year for each additional 10 ha Please refer to the Notification dated 29. drains.3 years respect to roads. farms houses.O.319 (E) dated 7th May 1992 and S.one additional year for each additional 10 ha Land development & Up to 10 ha . Existing mining leases in sanctuaries/national park and areas covered under Project Tiger and/or C. except with its prior permission. protected forests or any other area shown as “forest in the land records maintained by the State Government as on the date of this notification in relation to Gurgaon District of the State of Haryana and the Alwar District of the State of Rajasthan All areas shown as • • • Areas covered • under the Notification •   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 15 .03. power & water 25% development by the end of the I year supply etc 50% development by the end of the II year 100% development by the end of III Year For more than 10 ha . S. in the specified area. sewerage. Mining is being done without permission of the competent authority Cutting of trees Construction of any clusters of dwelling units.

The application after due scrutiny shall be placed before the Expert Committee for its recommendations. or e. besides Mount Abu has natural heritage such as Nakki Lake and man-made heritage like Dilwara temples and other   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 16 . or b. or d. as the case may be. Gair Mumkin Behed. Based on the recommendations of the Expert Committee. Banjad Beed. 1997 (22 of 1997) shall continue as an Appellate Authority against approval Note: Refer the Notification for details 2. 1972 (53 of 1972) Any person desirous of undertaking any of the activities mentioned in the Notification No. Department of Environment of the Government of Haryana/Rajasthan.Clearance process Monitoring mechanism a. Gair Mumkin Rada.6 Requirements under the Notification No. as applicable to the State of Haryana in the district of Gurgaon up to the date of this notification • All areas of Sariska National Park and Sariska Sanctuary notified under the Wildlife (Protection) Act. S. or c. the Department of Environment in the State Government concerned shall take a final decision and convey the same to the applicant within the three months from the date of receipt of application or when further information has been asked for from the applicant within three moths from the date of receipt of such information Monitoring Committee. The applicant shall also furnish environment impact statement and an environment management plan and such other information as may be prescribed by such State Governments. 319 (E) dated 7th May 1992 shall submit an application to the Secretary. Rundh In the land records maintained by the State Government as on the date of this notification in relation to Gurgaon district of the State of Haryana and the Alwar district of the State of Rajasthan • All areas covered by notifications issued under Section 4 and 5 of the Punjab Land Preservation Act. under the Chairmanship of District Collector concerned (Gurgaon in Haryana and Alwar in Rajasthan) shall inter alia monitor the compliance of the conditions stipulated while according Environmental Clearance by State Government The District collectors of Gurgaon in Haryana and Alwar in Rajasthan shall be authorized by the respective State Governments to take necessary action under section 5 of the said Act in respect of cases where the project proponents fail to implement the conditions Appeal The MoEF retains appellate power against rejection of any proposal and provision the National Environmental Appellate Authority constituted under the National Environment Appellate Authority Act.O. 1545 dated 25th June 2009 – Mount Abu Eco Sensitive Zone Mount Abu area has significant ecological importance comprising of tropical dry deciduous forests at lower altitude and evergreen forests at higher altitude and the flora and fauna of the region comprise of several endemic and rare species. 1900. Gair Mumkin Pahar.

is the highest peak between the Himalayas and the Nilgiris. Oriya. c. The boundaries of the said eco-sensitive zone comprise North South East West . S. Revenue and Private land as per the procedure which shall be laid down by the State Government The tourism activities shall be as per the Tourism Master Plan to be prepared by the Department of Tourism of the Rajasthan State Government • All future and existing buildings. there shall be no increase in the existing parameters of permissible floor area ratio. where possible.Western and Southern Boundary of Abu Forest Block No.Southern boundary of Abu Forest Block No.Eastern boundary of Abu Forest Block No. permissible ground coverage. Torna.heritage buildings and structures. 1972 (53 of 1972) There shall be no felling of trees whether on Forest.3 . maximum number of floors and maximum height and all new constructions shall be allowed only after the proposals are scrutinized and approved by Monitoring Committee and all other development activities including additions. To conserve and protect the area from ecological and environmental point of view.Sirohi District between 240 33’42’’ and 240 39’ 00’’ North latitude and between 720 41’ 36’’ and 720 48’ 06’’ East longitude and the configuration of sensitive land is hilly and rugged with high altitudinal variation ranging from 300 zone meter to 1727 meter. Achalgarh. The list of the villages in the eco-sensitive zone – Sanigaon. Hetamji. Delwara. All activities in the Forest Block Areas (both within and outside Municipal Areas) shall be governed by the provisions of the Rajasthan Forest Act. Revenue or Private lands within the Eco-sensitive zone without the prior permission of the State Government in case of forest land and the respective District Collector in case of Government. 1545 dated 25th June 2009 regulating certain activities in the eco-sensitive zone Pending the preparation of the Zonal Master Plan for Eco-sensitive zone and approval thereof by the Central Government in the MoEF. Gurushikar. Ama d. The Eco-sensitive zone covers the entire area of Notified Urban Area Limit.Northern Boundary of Abu Forest Block No. the MoEF had issued Notification No. Goagaon. repairs. Government. the highest peak of the Aravalli. 1953 and the Forests (Conservation) Act. 3 Regulated Activities b. renovations and restorations of buildings shall require prior approval of the Monitoring Committee provided that these do not involve structural changes and are on the existing authorized plinth areas in the Mount Abu Municipal Limits and there shall be no consequential reduction in Tribal area. Dudhai. Forest area. Green area and Agricultural area Boundaries a. The said eco-sensitive zone is situated in the southern area of Rajasthan in of the eco. 1 . alterations. Jawal. Salgaon. demolitions. in the Municipal Are shall provide roof-top rain water harvesting structures with plinth area Trees Tourism Water   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 17 .O. 1980 (69 of 1980) and all the activities in the Protected Areas (Sanctuary) shall be governed by the provisions of the Wildlife (Protection) Act. Machgaon. including Mount Abu Municipal Limits adjoining Forest Block Areas.2 .

including of the amount that can be extracted. However. the treated sewage and treated effluent shall be disposed only at or into a point(s) identified and approved by the local authorities and the Monitoring Committee Monitoring Under the provisions of sub-section (3) of Section 3 of the Environment Committee (Protection) Act. treatment and disposal of untreated/and treated effluent in accordance with the provisions of the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act. Ground water aquifer recharge structures shall be constructed wherever such structures do not lead to slope instabilities • The rain water collected through storm water drains shall be used to recharge the ground water or to clean the waste disposal drains and sewers • The extraction of ground water shall be permitted only for the bona-fide agricultural and domestic consumption of the occupier of the ply and the extraction of ground water for industrial or commercial or residential estates or complexes shall require prior written permission. Moreover. such activities shall be referred to the State Level Environmental Impact Assessment Authority. 1974. the Central Government shall constitute a committee to be called the Monitoring Committee to monitor the compliance of the provisions of this notification In case of activities requiring prior permission on environmental clearance.Use Plastics Development • on and protection of • hill slopes and the Institutional and commercial buildings shall not draw water from existing water supply schemes in a manner that adversely affects water supply especially to local villages or settlements • In Non-Municipal Areas rain water harvesting shall be undertaken through such structures as percolation tanks and storage tanks and only other means. 1986 (29 of 1986). which shall be the Competent Authority for grant of such clearances Note: Refer the Notification for complete details   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 18 . the areas rich in ground water may not be delivered for construction activities of No person shall use plastic carry bags within the notified area The zonal Master Plan shall indicate areas o hill slopes where development shall not be permitted No development shall be undertaken in areas having a steep slope or areas which fall in fault or hazard zones or areas falling on the spring lines and first order streams or slopes with a high degree of erosion as identified by the State Government on the basis of available scientific evidence • No development on existing steep hill slopes or slopes with a high degree of erosion shall be permitted Discharge of No untreated sewage or effluent shall be permitted to be discharged into sewage and any water body or forests within the eco-sensitive zone and the local effluents authority shall provide proper drainage and treatment system for collection. from the State Ground Water Department.

CHAPTER 3 Statutory Clearance Process 3. meters. Figure 3. 50.   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 19 .000 sq.0 Environmental Clearance process The Township and Area Development project covering an area ≥50 ha and or built up area ≥1. All such projects are categorized as B1 projects. attracts the provisions of EIA Notification dated 14th September 2006 and amended in 2009.1 shows process involved in the prior environmental clearance for Township and Area Development projects. The process of environmental clearance involves submission of Form I (Annexure 1). copy of the conceptual plan along with proposed TOR to the State Environmental Impact Assessment Authority (SEIAA). Form IA (Annexure 2).

Form 1 A. if necessary) TOR approved by SEAC Display on the SEIAA website EC. conceptual plan with proposed TOR to SEAC Scoping by SEAC (site visit by sub group of SEAC.rejected by SEIAA on the recommendation of SEAC Draft EIA report to SPCB/UTPCC by project proponent Clarifications by SEAC /Modifications by project proponent Appraisal and recommendation by SEAC Referred back to SEAC under communication to the project proponent Approval by SEIAA Rejected Approved Display on the SPCB/UTPCC website & project proponent website Post EC monitoring Submission of half yearly compliance report to SEIAA Display of compliance report on SEIAA website * The proponent should apply for CRZ clearance. as per applicability Figure 3.Project Concept and Site selection* Form 1.1 Prior Environmental clearance process for category B projects   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 20 .

the validity period shall be limited only to such activities as may be the responsibility of the applicant as a developer. and the same is kept in the public domain of Ministry’s website (www. the EIA/EMP reports prepared by the consultants who are not registered with NABET/QCI shall not be considered by the Ministry after 30th June 2010. in the case of Area development projects and Townships [item 8(b)]. The latest such compliance report shall also be displayed on the website of the concerned regulatory.4 Transferability of Environmental Clearance A prior Environmental Clearance granted for a specific project or activity to an applicant may be transferred during its validity to another legal person entitled to undertake the project or activity on application by the transferor or the transferee with a written “no objection” by the transferor.2 Validity of Environmental Clearance The prior environmental clearance granted is valid for a period of five years. However. and for the same validity period.in).6 Authorized Signatory All correspondence with the regulatory authority including submission of application for TOR/Environmental Clearance. 3. and supplementary Form IA. 3. subsequent clarifications. The regulatory authority concerned may extend this validity period by a maximum period of five years. To the regulatory authority concerned all such reports shall be public documents. all building/construction projects/area development projects and townships are not required to undertake public consultation process.1 Public Consultation As per Para No 7 (i) (III) (d) of EIA Notification dated 14th September 2006 as amended 1st December 2009. 3. GoI had stipulated certain criteria for EIA consultants as per the Ministry’s office memorandum dated 2nd December 2009. as may be required from time to   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 21 .3.5 Criteria for EIA consultants The MoEF. on the same terms and conditions under which the prior environmental clearance was initially granted. Accordingly. and by the regulatory authority concerned. the EIA consultants shall have accreditation with Quality Control of India (QCI)/National Accreditation Board of Education and Training (NABET).nic. to. The consultants shall include the copy of the accreditation certificate and that provided by the other organizations/laboratories including their status of approvals etc. for construction projects or activities. This validity period may be extended by the regulatory authority concerned by a maximum period of 5 years provided an application is made to the regulatory authority by the applicant within the validity period.3 Post Environmental Clearance Monitoring The project proponent shall prominently advertise in the newspapers indicating the project has been accorded environmental clearance and the details of regulatory authority website where it is displayed. together with an updated Form I. 3. 3.envfor.

A copy of the authorization / registered power of attorney.   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 22 . In the absence of the authorized representative.7 Participation of the project proponent during the EAC meetings As per the office memorandum dated 25th February 2010 of MoEF. The consent management process adopted at RPCB is explained below in the form of different questions and answers to facilitate better understanding for the project proponent as well as other stakeholders. 3. The authorized representative. 3. a consultant is to be nominated as the authorized representative. the project proponent shall submit the map duly authenticated by Chief Wildlife Warden showing these features vis-à-vis the project location and the recommendations or comments of the Chief Wildlife Warden thereon at the stage of EC (EIA amendment Notification dated 1st December 2009). assist the authorized representative during the meeting. The authorized representative of the project proponent should be a reasonably senior officer / executive duly authorized in writing. participation in the EAC Meeting on behalf of the project proponent shall be made by the authorized signatory only. the authorized representative of the project proponent shall only attend the EAC meetings. 3. the proposal will not be considered by the EAC. In case. so nominated should only participate in the EAC meetings on behalf of the project proponent.time. however. before start of the project. The consultant (s) and other experts may. migratory corridors of wild animals. biosphere reserves. The authorized signatory shall also submit a document in support of his claim of being an authorized signatory for the specific project (EIA amendment Notification dated 1st December 2009).8 Projects requiring recommendation of the Chief Wildlife Warden If the project is located within 10 km radial distance from the national parks. sanctuaries.9 Consent Management System – RPCB The project proponent is required to obtain consent of the Board. as the case may be should be submitted to the ministry for record. it should be through a irrevocable power of attorney executed and formally registered with the Sub-Registrar concerned.

meters Other category • Water Treatment Plants of capacity up to 4.01. as one time consent fee to establish in addition to the fee mentioned in the schedule under the   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 23 . What projects are Township and Area Development Projects covering all or any of required to apply for the following shall apply for CTE: CTE? Red category Building/construction projects having built up area equal to or more than 20.rpcb.in) 03. 1974 as amended and under section 54 of the Air (P&CP) Act. • Capital investment • Categorization of the project • Whether the project attracts the provision of the Hazardous Waste (Management & Handling) Rules. What is the fee to be CTE fee is to be paid along with CTE application as notified by submitted? the DoE. It can be downloaded from RPCB web also (www. 000 sq. meters Township projects of more than or equal to 50 ha Hotels: • Having capacity of 100 beds and above • Hotels and all tourism projects irrespective of their capacity which is amidst in any water body or which are located within 200 meters of HFL of any lake.nic. meters but more than or equal to 2500 sq.G sets with total capacity of more than or equal to 200 KVA 02.000 Sq. shall pay an extra amount of Rs 15. The CTE application is as given in Annexure 3 & 4. then fee equal to one and half times fee prescribed in the schedule of the Notification shall be paid • Whether the project requires environmental clearance under the provisions of E (P) Act.0 MLD • Multiplexes or building/construction projects having built up area less than 20. Government of Rajasthan under section 64 of the Water (P&CP) Act.000/-. 1989? If yes. river or water body Hospitals (50 or more beds) Orange category • Hotels having capacity from 51 to 99 beds • Hospitals (less than 50 beds) • Water Treatment Plants of capacity more than 4. The CTE fee is to be paid on the following basis as per the Notification dated 25th May 2009.0 MLD • Hotel having capacity up to 50 beds • Fixed D. CTE fee and data. reservoir. What to apply? The project proponent shall apply in the prescribed CTE application form along with requisite enclosures. 1981 as amended (Annexure 5 & 6). 1986? If yes.

provisions of Water Act & Air Act Points for discussion Whether HW Rules 1989 or HW Rules 2008 are to be considered for fee purpose? For calculating the investment in plant and machinery. industrial safety devices and such other items as may be specified by the notification.2008).12. What is the Inputs requested from RPCB procedure to apply on line? 09. whether the capital investment of the expansion only to be considered for arriving applicable fee slab • Whether the Land cost component is to be added or not? • Whether the depreciation should be considered or not while calculating the capital investment Instrument : Infavour of : Online payment : (Inputs requested from RPCB) Inputs requested from RPCB 04. shall be excluded (RSPCB office order amendment dated 18. Whom to submit the CTE application? 07. Is there any Inputs requested from RPCB provision to apply CTE application on-line? 08. Points for discussion with Core Team of RPCB: • What type of documents. What is the mode of payment of CTE fee? 06. Who will issue Inputs requested from RPCB acknowledgment towards receipt of the application?   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 24 . the cost of pollution control. research & development. What is meant by capital investment of the industry? 05. the project proponent shall submit in support of the capital investment mentioned in the CTE application? • Incase of expansion.

01. critical areas & over exploited areas? 12.10. are also required to obtain NOC from CGWA if ground water abstractions exceeds 1000m3/day for hard rock areas and 2000m3/day for alluvial areas • CTE application will be considered by RPCB only after submission of NOC from CGWA in above cases (Please refer RPCB Circular Guidelines dated 08.2010 on the subject matter or not? 11. the CTE application will be considered only after submission of NOC from CGWA…whether this circular instruction is still in practice in view of the latest circular dated 08. What are the areas The details are given in Annexure 7 as identified by CGWA as – safe areas. Who will process Inputs requested from RPCB the CTE application?   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 25 .2008. wherever required.01. Whether conversion Inputs requested from RPCB of land. in case of requisite for processing over exploited areas CTE application? • If the abstraction of ground water is ≥ 50 m3/day. in case of critical areas • If the abstraction of ground water is ≥ 100 m3/day. which propose to extract ground water more than 200 KLD. in the following cases: CGWA is a pre.2010) Points for discussion: As per the circular dated 30.• If the abstraction of ground water is ≥ 25 m3/day. Whether NOC from Yes. in case of semi critical areas • The exemption shall not be applicable to industries. which are using water as raw material such as packaged drinking water industries. CTE for the units.04. Whether NOC from Inputs requested from RPCB Local authority is a pre – requisite to submit CTE application? 14. distilleries and breweries • Industry/infrastructure project/mine (proposed/existing) located in safe category areas. Whether prior Inputs requested from RPCB environmental clearance is a prerequisite to submit the CTE application? 13. semi – critical areas. is a pre – requisite to submit CTE application? 15.

26 and 27 may within 30 days from the date on which is communicated to him. prefer an appeal before Appellate Authority constituted by the State Government. What is the Statutory time limit: maximum time period to process the Section 25(7) of Water (P&CP) Act. 1981 as amended: Four months after receipt of the application Administrative time limits of RPCB: Red category projects 6 weeks Orange category projects 4 weeks Other category projects 4 weeks 18. within thirty day from the date on which the order is communicated to him. prefer an appeal to Appellate Authority Red Category projects Orange category Other category   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 26 .16. 1981 as amended: Any person aggrieved by an order made by the State Board under this Act may. The appellate authority may entertain the appeal after the expiry of the said period of thirty days.to be discussed with RPCB 19. if such authority is satisfied that the appellant was prevented by sufficient cause from filing the appeal in time Section 31 (1) of Air (P&CP) Act. there is provision under the Water Act deemed provision? Section 25 (7) of the Water (P&CP) Act. What is the mode RPCB to confirm the following: of communication of the approval / Hard copy: By RPAD rejection order of Soft copy: By mail CTE? Down loads: From RPCB web 20. 1974 as amended: appeal mechanism? Any person aggrieved by the order made by the State Board under section 25.12. Who is the authority to accord the CTE application? Chairperson Regional officer Assistant Environmental Engineer* *As per RPCB office order dated 18.O level Points for discussion: Whether AE at RO level or AE at HO level are authorized to accord CTE 17.2009 The consent to the units covered by the Aravalli Notification will be dealt at Head Office level and not at R. complete in all aspects Section 21(4) of Air (P&CP) Act. Is there any YES. 1974 as amended: Deemed to have been given unconditionally on the expiry of four months of making of an application complete in all respects to the Board AIR ACT …. 1974 as amended: Four months CTE application? on submission of application. Is there any Section 28 (1) of Water (P&CP) Act.

10.R 801 dated 31.G. GoI vide Notification No.E (P) Act. Whether the CTE obtained from the board can be transferred to any other person? 22.S. 1986: Noise limit for Diesel Generator Sets (up to 1000 KVA) manufacture on or after the 1st July. 2003 shall be 75 dB (A) at 1 meter from the enclosure surface • The diesel generator sets should be provided with integral acoustic enclosure at the manufacturing stage itself Noise limit for DG sets not covered above Noise from the DG set should be controlled by providing an acoustic enclosure on by treating the room acoustically. Is there any criterion for consultant for preparation of EIA/EMP? 25.G. What is the procedure for extension of CTE? 24. manufactured on or after the 1st July.R 422 (E) dated 19.1993 and G. Are there are any specific noise standards applicable to D. at the users end The acoustic enclosure or acoustic treatment of the room shall be designed for minimum 25 dB (A). 2003 • The maximum permissible sound pressure level for new diesel generator (DG) sets with rated capacity up to 1000 KVA.05.08.constituted by the State Government The appellate authority may entertain the appeal after the expiry of the said period of thirty days if such authority is satisfied that the appellant was prevented by sufficient cause from filing the appeal in time Section 21 (7) of the Air (P&CP) Act.2001) For inputs from RPCB For inputs from RPCB 21. What is the validity period for CTE? 23. Are there any standards notified for discharge of wastewater? 26. 371(E) dated 27.12.2002 . Insertion Loss or for meeting the   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 27 .05. 1981 as amended: Where a person to whom consent has been granted by the State Board under section 21 (4) transfers his interest in the industry to nay other person. such consent shall be deemed to have been granted to such other person and he shall be bound to comply with all the conditions subject to which it was granted as if the consent was granted to him originally Points for discussion under the provisions of the Water Act CTE will be valid for a period of three years or till the commissioning of the unit (RPCB Office order dated.S. Sets? The MoEF.1993 had notified general standards for discharge of effluents (Annexure 8) Notification No.

preferably. 50(E) dated 11th January 2010 – E (P) Act 1986: A loud speaker or a public address system r any sound producing instrument or a musical instrument or sound amplifier shall not be used at night time (10. for all the product models being manufactured or imported from 1st July 2003 with the noise limit specified in the Notification. Is there any guideline to calculate the minimum requirement of the stack of D. Name and address of the supplier (if the address is described in the owner’s manual.5m from the acoustic enclosure/room.G set? . and then averaged The DG set shall be provided with proper exhaust muffler with Insertion Loss of minimum 25 dB (A) Requirement of certification Every manufacturer or importer of DG set to which these regulations apply must have valid certificates of type approval and also valid certificates of conformity of production for each year.ambient noise standards. whichever is on the higher side (if the actual ambient noise is on the higher side. in the nighttime. banquet halls or during public emergency The CPCB had evolved the minimum height of the stack to be provided to the DG set and published in Emission Regulations Part IV: COINDS/26/1986-87. Type approval certificate number e. like auditoria. 1986” c.00 pm to 6.00 am) except in closed premises for communication within. Under such circumstances the performance may be checked for noise reduction up to actual ambient noise level. it may not be included in the label) b. S. Date of manufacture of the product Notification No.2 x ÖKVA H h Total height of stack in meter Height of the building in meters where the generator set is installed KVA Total generator capacity of the set in KVA Based on the above formula the minimum stack height to be provided with different range of generator sets may be categorized as follows:   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 28 27. it may not be possible to check the performance of the acoustic enclosure/acoustic treatment. The measurement for Insertion Loss may be done at different points at 0.O. H= h+0. Noise limit viz. Statement “This product confirms to the Environment (Protection) Rules. conference rooms. The conformance label must contain the following information a. 75 dB (A) at 1m d. community halls.

of the building +3. of the building +2. Is there any standards notified for ambient noise level? 29. 1986 shall be monitored at the boundary of the project for compliance MoEF had notified procedures and standards for handling municipal solid waste vide Municipal Solid Waste (Handling &Management) Rules. of the building +3.5 meter CPCB notified National Ambient Air Quality Standards dated 18th November 2009 (Annexure 9) The ambient air quality standards in respect of noise as notified under E (P) Act. Where shall the ambient noise levels be monitored for compliance? 30. Whether any procedures notified for handling solid waste? 31. Whether Township and Area Development Projects are required to file water cess returns? For generator Sets Total height of stack in meter 50 KVA Ht.0 meter 100-150 KVA Ht. Whether Township and Area Development Projects are required to apply for Consent To Operate? 33. of the building +1. What are the post project monitoring requirements after obtaining CTE? 32.28. 2000 Inputs requested from RPCB Inputs requested from RPCB Inputs requested from RPCB Inputs requested from RPCB   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 29 .5 meter 150-200 KVA Ht. of the building +3. of the building +2.5 meter 250-300 KVA Ht.0 meter 200-250 KVA Ht. Whether Township and Area Development Projects are required to apply for Hazardous Waste Authorization? 34.5 meter 50-100 KVA Ht.

CHAPTER 4 Environmental Aspects and Guidance 4. 05. 12. whether it will be blocked? Whether the natural drainage system will be altered? Whether it is proposed to construct any compound wall along the project boundary? If yes. 09. 08. 10. No 01.0 Environmental checklist The project proponent. whether any storm water management plan is prepared? Water Environment Whether estimation of water demand for peak and ultimate project requirement is assesses as per the norms? Whether reliable source of water for peak and ultimate demand has been identified? Whether the stress. reviewer and the public to have a better understanding on the environmental aspects. on the ground water/surface water availability has been assessed and to see there is no pressure on the existing users of the water? Whether the quality of the water is assessed. 14.e. 11.   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 30 . 07. 04. Description Land Environment Whether the proposed project is in conformity with the approved master plan / development plan of the area? Whether the proposed project requires change of land use and if so. if any. the status in obtaining statutory approval from the competent authority? Whether the existing land use will be significantly altered due to the proposed project activity? Whether the proposed project disturbs sites with heritage and cultural values such as protected monuments? Whether topsoil management is prepared for storing and using the topsoil excavated during the construction work? Whether any natural stream is passing through the project area? If yes. 06. 02. the source of water supply is not by the local authority? Whether any on-site water treatment facility is proposed? Whether adequate safe drinking water facility and proper sanitary facilities are planned for the construction workers? Yes No Remarks 03. can use the following checklist: S. in case of own arrangements by the project developer i. 13.

29. 27. No 15. 17. distance from the project area. 21. 18. 28. if it proposed to dispose at secured landfill maintained by the local authority. 22. any assessment is made on the adequacy of the sewer network and STP to handle the additional domestic liquid waste from the proposed development? Solid Waste Whether a plan has been prepared for proper disposal of construction debris and waste? Whether estimation of solid waste generation for the peak and ultimate project stage is assessed as per the norms? Whether segregation of solid waste is planned? Whether the possibility of providing on-site treatment of organic waste to convert the biodegradable waste into manure. 24. mode of disposal. is examined? Whether final disposal point for municipal solid waste is identified? Incase. responsibility for transportation and disposal are furnished? Air Environment Whether dust generation during excavation. 16. 20. whether details of the secured landfill such as authorization obtained from the Board. 26. 25.S. blasting and construction is addressed and planned with mitigation measures? Whether dust generated during the transportation and storage of the raw materials is addressed and planned with mitigation measures? Whether mitigation of automobile air emissions is planned? Noise Environment Whether noise due to blasting of the rocks at project site and due to operation of equipments such as DG sets is addressed? Biological Environment Whether the project involves cutting of trees? Whether green belt plan is prepared along with implementation schedule and responsibility for maintenance? Yes No Remarks   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 31 . 23. Description Whether dual plumbing system for using treated wastewater for flushing the toilets or any other usage is explored? Whether it is proposed to have on-site sewerage treatment plant with reuse/disposal for green belt? Whether construction of internal sewerage network is proposed as a part of the project? Whether sewerage network with treatment system already exists in the area? If yes. 19.

42. 35. or cyclonic storm. 45. 39. 34. is assessed? Whether the usage of glasses at external portion of the building is kept at optimal to reduce the electricity consumption and load on air – conditioning system? Whether the use of double glass with special reflective coating is examined? Whether the usage of thermal insulation for the rooftop is examined to reduce the energy requirement? Yes No Remarks   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 32 . whether assessment on parking requirement and adequacy of the road network is made or not? Whether fire fighting installations are planned as recommended in the code of practice i. is examined? Whether the possibility of providing solar lighting for streetlights and timer based lighting management in common area. cooking etc. or significant flood flow or inundation..e. 36. Description Whether any forest area is covered in the proposed project site? Whether there is any threat to bio diversity due to the project? Planning Whether road connectivity to the project site is planned as a part of the development project? Whether diverse use facilities needed in layout development have been assessed? Whether the land use distribution at scheme level is planned as per the norms? Whether parking requirements is assessed and provision made for the peak and ultimate project stage as per the norms? What are the norms followed? In case of provision of community halls. 44. 37.S. National Building Code of India 2005. where huge gathering is expected. 38. 40. 41. or land slides / mud flows / avalanches. BIS Whether construction of internal roads is proposed as a part of the project? Whether construction of internal storm water drains is proposed as a part of the project? Whether the project area likely to have moderate to high intensity of earthquake. 43. 32. whether appropriate safety measures are incorporated in the project? Natural Resources Whether provision for rainwater harvesting is proposed? Whether provision to collect the rooftop is explored? Whether the possibility of providing solar heating system for water heating. 33. stadiums. No 30. 31. theatres etc. or one or more of hazards? If yes. 46.

2 Guidelines for the project developer The project developer is advised to refer to the following documents: • • • EIA guidance manual for Building construction. The size and density of the layout should provide desired comfort levels maximum from natural resources. This would control minimum distances to be kept between the built up volume and open spaces.07. 1046 (E) dated 22.R 801 (E) dated 31.1 Environmental Norms S.O. 2000 – S. No 01 Description of the norms Notification General Standards for Discharge Notification No. 2000 – S. Whether the usage of fly ash or alternate building materials is explored? 4.O.1993 issued under the provisions of E (P) Act 1986 (Annexure 8) National Ambient Air Quality CPCB Notification No. Run With Diesel 2002 (Annexure 11) Standards for discharge of Notification No G.R 794 (E) dated 4th effluents for hotel industry November. and at the same time provide adequate sun protection and ventilation in summer months.2000 02 03 04 05 06 4. G.   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 33 . urban development and surrounding terrain in relation to solar access.2000 (Annexure 10) Noise Limit for Generator Sets Notification No.11. B-29016/20/90/PCI-I Standards dated 18th November 2009 (Annexure 9) National Noise Ambient Air The Noise Pollution (Regulation & Control) Quality Standards Rules.1993 of Effluents and G. The design of the layout should allow for wind protection and solar access in winter.S. daylight availability and predominant air movement should be carried out. Townships and Area Development of MoEF National Building Code of India 2005 Development Control Rules – Town and Country Planning Design layout should ensure adequate solar access and ventilation Depending upon the geographical latitude and sky conditions a precise analysis of the local climate.05.S. 2009 (Annexure 12) The Ozone Depleting Substances The Ozone Depleting Substances (Regulation & Control) Rules.O. Solar path analysis and wind pattern assessment should be carried out in the design stage that would help developers decide upon the alternatives for the type of layout and the proportion of the built volume and open space in the layout.12.R 371 (E) dated 17th May.47. 670 (E) dated 19. surroundings.S.R 422 (E) dated 19.S. 123 (E) dated 14th February 2000 and as amended in S. G.

Following are the factors. In hot dry climates. Open spaces The proportion of open space and its built-up edges should be designed such that it ensures winter solar access and summer ventilation. Analysis and assessment of the site characteristics in terms of its capacity to provide natural resources inside the building such as light. Vegetation may provide as shading and promote evaporative cooling. may be considered during the lay out design. Design layout should ensure the following • • • • • • Area allotted for Sewage Treatment plant Area allotted for of Garbage Segregation Area allotted for of DG Sets Parking requirement should meet the local body requirements Area for visitors parking Area for green belt and lawns Sustainable site planning Site planning is a vital component of any type of development activity and is the first step. Layout and form of the project must conform to the landscape of the area without unduly affecting the scenic features of that place. Furthermore. When selecting a potential site. However. This allows for detailed planning that outline the existing and proposed design concepts to include the home location. The amount of excavation should be minimized as far as possible. Using the topography of the site is paramount.   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 34 . you should look to eliminate or minimize the disruption of the existing environment as much as possible. rearranging the landscape may disturb the flow of water being directed away from the project. land slope.The submittals should be provided only to indicate the optimized layout of buildings on the site with respect to sun path and optimized solar access and availability of wind for natural ventilation. and other crucial factors Cut and fill: Preserve natural slopes to aid natural drainage. Removing or importing soil (also known as cut and fill) adds to environmental emissions via the transporting of the soil. ideally the design team should be involved in site selection and should assess the appropriateness of the site relative to the proposed development. setbacks. This may affects the original contours of the surrounding areas Landscaping: Preserve natural landscaping whereever possible and use vegetation of native to the environment. Land use distribution at scheme level: Land use distribution at scheme level shall be planned while designing the project lay out. evaporative cooling through appropriately sized wet surfaces or fountains have a desirable effect. vegetation. air and water without damaging the natural environment should be carried out during site selection and analysis process Sustainable site planning is a critical phase of the green design process.

Over Head Tank. Place of worship.Ambient environment quality in the region: Levels of air. The space and the waste can be made available for possible reuse in future. Community /civic center. Sewage treatment plant. could be utilized from wastewater treatment systems. college. The following information may help in assessing requirements of infrastructure: Distance from Highway Distance from Municipal road Width of Road adjacent to the site Nearest Bus Stop and Railway Station Distance from facilities like post office. Medical/dental office. Laundry/dry cleaner Library. fire station Distance from nearest bank. if possible/ suitable. Adequate space shall be provided for construction of STP Diverse Use Facilities in the layout development: The diverse use facilities such as Bank. infrastructure for power. Police/fire station. Restaurant. water supply to meet the estimated requirement. Garbage segregation point should be assessed Estimation of water demand: The water demand should be estimated by adopting the WHO guideline of minimum water requirement of 135 LPCD for a family of 5 for each dwelling. Health club or outdoor recreation facility. Pharmacy (stand-alone). Supermarket. Theater. noise and water pollution and location near pollution sources such as heavy traffic roadways should be considered carefully to implement developing the area.   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 35 . Hardware store. School. police station. Availability of infrastructure: Infrastructure requirement should be properly assessed such as: Development of Roads Development of Drainage Providing Water supply Providing Power and Telecom facilities Planting trees along with roads Storm water management and Rain water Harvesting System Street lights Site Location: Urban infrastructure and facilities. For example: High level of air. Adequate space may be provided for storing solid wastes. Care must be taken to adopt maximum possible number of dwellings in a plot. public transport. sewage system network should be available nearby or should be made available with minimum environment impact. Convenience store. Hair care. school. market etc. Onsite management of waste: The following requirements are very important from environmental consideration Land acquired should be minimum but sufficient to provide for a green belt wherein the treated wastewater. noise and water pollution should be surveyed and considered carefully before implementing the building design.

5 kg/head for residential areas and 0.The water requirements for different types of buildings should be estimated as given in Annexure 13 Estimation of solid waste generation The garbage quantity needs to be estimated by adopting 0. bio medical wastes. Other solid wastes anticipated are STP sludge. Walkable streets Street network Access to surrounding vicinity Heat island reduction Water recycling Composting of garbage and use of manure Use of solar lighting and street lighting Use of solar heating   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 36 . Construction Phase: The following should be considered during the construction stage: Road construction Storm water drainage construction Other infrastructure Material requirement and lead distances Cut and fill quantities (excavation) Disposal of excess cut material and or source of fill materials including lead distances. batteries. waste oils.3 kg/head for commercial areas.

1986 Provision of energy meter for STP. if it is proposed to dispose in the off site secured landfill Provision of integral acoustic enclosure or treating the room acoustically as per the G.R 371 (E) dated 17th May 2002 as amended Provision of minimum stack as per the CPCB guidelines To comply the requirement of certification and requirement of conformance labeling as per G. if the source of water is from the local authority NOC from Central Ground Water Authority. Details shall be submitted to RPCB after installing the D. standards for receiving and compliance mechanism Provision for common toilets Garbage segregation area should be provided with in the site Garbage collections bins green and blue bins for biodegradable and nonbiodegradable wastes respectively shall be provided Final disposal point and permission letter from the concerned.0 Guidelines for stipulating sector specific conditions in the CTE order Mandatory EMP requirements Provision of rain water harvesting structure/ground water recharge pits Storm water drains along the internal roads should be provided and the same should be clearly marked in the project lay out plan Should submit water availability certificate / letter from the concerned authority.S. in case. the permission letter from the concerned authority clearly stating the quantity.G set Use of solar energy for hot water or as submitted in the EMP Timer based lighting management in Common areas Solar lighting for street lights (1 in 3) Roof should meet regulatory requirement as per Energy Conservation Building Code by using appropriate thermal insulation material Use of glass should be optimal to reduce the electricity consumption and load on air conditioning in community buildings Storm water Management Water Management Solid Waste DG Sets Energy   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 37 . the final disposal is through local area sewer net work.S.R 371 (E) dated 17th May 2002 as amended. to assess the continuous operation of STP Standard Operation Practice (SOP) of STP shall be submitted as and when finalized Provision of stand by power for continuous operation of the STP Reuse of treated waste water for flushing and or land application Incase. if on site STP is proposed and norms as per the final disposal point shall comply the general standards for discharge of effluent notified under the provisions of E (P) Act.CHAPTER 5 Guidelines for Sector Specific Projects 5. if the source of water is ground water and as per the applicable norms Provision of water meters to record the water consumption Dual plumbing system for collection of grey and other effluent Design details of the Sewerage Treatment System.

parks and open spaces should to be surrendered to local Authority after development No road shall be less than 40 ft.. 1998 amended from time to time Suggestive EMP requirements Storm water Management Rain water harvesting pond/water body may be provided subject to site availability and suitability Roof top rain water collection system and reuse after pre treatment Roof top rain water may also be diverted to a bore well The drainage in the area may be planned in accordance with the natural slopes as per the contour plan without much disturbing the contour levels Install low-volume toilets and sensors Use low water consuming taps and sensors Onsite treatment of organic waste and to generate manure CFL in common areas Use of solar energy for room heating. cooking etc Cut and fill operation to be done during non-monsoon season Water sprinkling on the roads to control the road dust Water Management Solid Waste Management Energy Land and Site Lay Out Development   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 38 . No other activity shall be permitted in this area The area earmarked as green area shall be used only for greenbelt and shall not be altered for any other purpose Traffic congestion near the entry and exit points on the roads adjoining the proposed project site must be avoided Road connectivity to the site shall be ensured by the developer Ozone Ozone Depleting Substances (Regulation & Control) Rules shall be Depleting followed while designing the air conditioning system of the project Substances Construction Sediment control during construction Management Avoiding stockpiles of materials near natural drains All transport vehicles should have valid PUC Provision of toilets for site workers connected to septic tank followed by soak pit Hotels The guidelines of RPCB shall be followed for hotels The standards notified by MoEF vide G. adequate parking and strengthening road infrastructure Land and Site To be developed as per approved plan Lay Out Adequate area for parks & green area shall be reserved The entire area under roads.R 794 (E) dated 4th November 2009 shall be complied Hospitals Biomedical wastes generating from the hospital if any. stadiums.Parking Requirement Adequate provision for parking Adequate provision for visitors parking In case of provision of community halls. where huge gathering is expected. shall be disposed as per the Bio-medical Wastes (Management and Handling Rules). and all roads shall provide for standard street lighting and essential street furniture The area earmarked for the parking shall be used for parking only.S. theatres etc.

PPC etc..CHAPTER 6 Environmental Management Plan 6.1 Components of EMP The EMP should contain: • • Summary of potential impacts and proposed mitigation measures An independent expert should certify the installation of the Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) and a report in this regard should be submitted to RPCB before the project is commissioned for operation Water conservation measures proposed in the project Provision of adequate parking facilities Usage of solar energy in the project development Energy efficient practices proposed in the project Usage of alternative building materials such as fly ash bricks.0 General The objective of Environmental Management Plan is to: • • • • Ensure the identified mitigation measures are implemented Establish systems and procedures for this purpose Monitor the effectiveness of the mitigation measures and Take necessary action when unforeseen impacts occur 6. Allocation of budgetary resources Details of environment cell • • • • • • •   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 39 .

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10. please specify Does it attract the specific condition? If yes. 3. 18. 7. 8. Local body (complete postal addresses with telephone no. 3.e. 13. No 1. 6. 17. 9.Annexure 1 FORM 1 (EIA Notification dated 14th September 2006 as amended 1st December 2009) (I) Basic Information S.   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 41 . Municipal Corporation. Fax No. 11. Item Details Name of the project/s S. 12. if any. Zilla Parishad. Interlinked projects Whether separate application of interlinked project has been submitted? 4. 16. 15. Details of alternative sites examined. Location Village-District-State of these sites should be shown on a topo sheet 1. 2. 5. ‘A’ or ‘B’ Does it attract the general condition? If yes. No in the schedule Proposed capacity/area/length/tonnage to be handled/command area/lease area/number of wells to be drilled New/expansion/modernization Existing capacity/area etc Category of project i. please specify Location Plot/survey/khasra No Village Tehsil District State Nearest railway station/airport along with distance in kms Nearest town. 2. 14.s to be given) Name of the applicant Registered address Address for correspondence: Name Designation (Owner/partner/CEO) Address Pin code E-mail Telephone No. district head quarters along with distance in kms Village Panchayats. city.

The Forest (Conservation) Act. reason Whether the proposal involves approval/clearance under: if yes. Orders/directions of the Court.19. land use. The Wildlife (Protection) Act. wherever possible) with source of information data 1. 22. 1972? c. 1980? b. if any and its relevance with the proposed project (II) Activity 1. cut and fill or excavations Underground works including mining or tunneling? Reclamation works?   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 42 . details of the same and their status to be given a.g.) S. Information/Checklist confirmation Yes/No Details thereof (with Approximate quantities /rates. land cover or topography including increase in intensity of land use (with respect to local land use plan) Clearance of existing land. operation or decommissioning of the Project involving actions.4 1. The CRZ Notification.9 1. soil testing? Construction works? Demolition works? Temporary sites used for construction works or housing of construction workers? Above ground buildings.8 1. Name of the Court b. c.6 1.7 1. bore houses.2 1.5 1. vegetation and buildings? Creation of new land uses? Pre-construction investigations e. 1991? Whether there is any Government order/policy relevant/relating to the site? Forest land involved (hectares) Whether there is any litigation pending against the project and/or land in which the project is propose to be set up? a. which will cause physical changes in the locality (topography. structures or earthworks including linear structures. 24. changes in water bodies. 21.3 1. No. 23.1 1. Construction. If yes. 20.10 Permanent or temporary change in land use. date of submission If no. Case No. etc.

realignment or other changes to the hydrology of watercourses or aquifers? Stream crossings? Abstraction or transfers of water form ground or surface waters? Changes in water bodies or the land surface affecting drainage or run-off? Transport of personnel or materials for construction.15 1.26 1.17 1. rail or sea traffic during construction or operation? New road. air waterborne or other transport infrastructure including new or altered routes and stations. culverting.16 1.31 Dredging? Offshore structures? Production and manufacturing processes? Facilities for storage of goods or materials? Facilities for treatment or disposal of solid waste or liquid effluents? Facilities for long term housing of operational workers? New road. damming.11 1.22 1.13 1.14 1.1.18 1.30 1.21 1. rail. airports etc? Closure or diversion of existing transport routes or infrastructure leading to changes in traffic movements? New or diverted transmission lines or pipelines? Impoundment.19 1.20 1. ports.27 1.24 1.25 1.28 1.23 1.12 1. operation or decommissioning? Long-term dismantling or decommissioning or restoration works? Ongoing activity during decommissioning which could have an impact on the environment? Influx of people to an area in either temporarily or permanently? Introduction of alien species? Loss of native species or genetic diversity? Any other actions?   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 43 .29 1.

2. Use of Natural resources for construction or operation of the Project (such as land, water, materials or energy, especially any resources which are non-renewable or in short supply): S. No. Information/Checklist confirmation Yes/No Details thereof (with Approximate quantities /rates, wherever possible) with source of information data

2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4

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2.7

Land especially undeveloped or agricultural land (ha) Water (expected source & competing users) unit: KLD Minerals (MT) Construction material – stone, aggregates, sand / soil (expected source – MT) Forests and timber (source – MT) Energy including electricity and fuels (source, competing users) Unit: fuel (MT), energy (MW) Any other natural resources (use appropriate standard units)

3. Use, storage, transport, handling or production of substances or materials, which could be harmful to human health or the environment or raise concerns about actual or perceived risks to human health. S. No. Information/Checklist confirmation Yes/No Details thereof (with Approximate quantities /rates, wherever possible) with source of information data

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Use of substances or materials, which are hazardous (as per MSIHC rules) to human health or the environment (flora, fauna, and water supplies) Changes in occurrence of disease or affect disease vectors (e.g. insect or water borne diseases) Affect the welfare of people e.g. by changing living conditions? Vulnerable groups of people who could be affected by the project e.g. hospital patients, children, the elderly etc., Any other causes

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4. Production of solid wastes during construction or operation or decommissioning (MT/month) S.No. Information/Checklist confirmation Yes/No Details thereof (with Approximate quantities /rates, wherever possible) with source of information data

4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 4.8 4.9 4.10 4.11

Spoil, overburden or mine wastes Municipal waste (domestic and or commercial wastes) Hazardous wastes (as per Hazardous Waste Management Rules) Other industrial process wastes Surplus product Sewage sludge or other sludge from effluent treatment Construction or demolition wastes Redundant machinery or equipment Contaminated soils or other materials Agricultural wastes Other solid wastes

5. Release of pollutants or any hazardous, toxic or noxious substances to air (Kg/hr) S. No. Information/Checklist confirmation Yes/No Details thereof (with Approximate quantities /rates, wherever possible) with source of information data

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Emissions from combustion of fossil fuels from stationary or mobile sources Emissions from production processes Emissions from materials handling including storage or transport Emissions from construction activities including plant and equipment Dust or odours from handling of materials including construction materials, sewage and waste Emissions from incineration of waste Emissions from burning of waste in open air (e.g. slash materials, construction debris) Emissions from any other sources

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6. Generation of Noise and Vibration, and Emissions of Light and Heat: S. No. Information/Checklist confirmation Yes/No Details thereof (with Approximate quantities /rates, wherever possible) with source of information data

6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6 6.7

From operation of equipment e.g. engines, ventilation plant, crushers From industrial or similar processes From construction or demolition From blasting or piling From construction or operational traffic From lighting or cooling systems From any other sources

7. Risks of contamination of land or water from releases of pollutants into the ground or into sewers, surface waters, groundwater, coastal waters or the sea: S. No. Information/Checklist confirmation Yes/No Details thereof (with Approximate quantities /rates, wherever possible) with source of information data

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From handling, storage, use or spillage of hazardous materials From discharge of sewage or other effluents to water or the land (expected mode and place of discharge) By deposition of pollutants emitted to air into the land or into water From any other sources Is there a risk of long term build up of pollutants in the environment from these sources?

8. Risk of accidents during construction or operation of the Project, which could affect human health or the environment S. No. Information/Checklist confirmation Yes/No Details thereof (with Approximate quantities /rates, wherever possible) with source of information data

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From explosions, spillages, fires etc from storage, handling, use or production of hazardous substances From any other causes Could the project be affected by natural disasters causing environmental damage (e.g. floods, earthquakes, landslides, cloudburst etc)?

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etc.) • Housing development • Extractive industries • Supply industries • Other Lead to after-use of the site.Wetlands. Information/Checklist confirmation Yes/No Details thereof (with Approximate quantities /rates. foraging.4 Lead to development of supporting. • Supporting infrastructure (roads. coastal zone. Factors which should be considered (such as consequential development) which could lead to environmental effects or the potential for cumulative impacts with other existing or planned activities in the locality S. forests Areas used by protected. wherever possible) with source of information data 9. 1 Areas Areas protected under international conventions. mountains. power supply. cultural or other related value Areas which are important or sensitive for ecological reasons . biospheres. resting.1 9.9. nesting. which could havean impact on the environment Set a precedent for later developments Have cumulative effects due to proximity to other existing or planned projects with similar effects (III) Environmental Sensitivity S. migration Inland. over wintering. important or sensitive species of flora or fauna for breeding. marine or underground waters Name/ Identity Aerial distance (within 15 km.3 9.) Proposed project location boundary 2 3 4   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 47 . coastal.g. No. national or local legislation for their ecological. lities. ancillary development or development stimulated by the project which could have impact on the environment e. watercourses or other water bodies. No.2 9. waste or waste water treatment. landscape.

landslides. erosion. places of worship. 1991 shall submit with the application a CRZ map duly demarcated by one of the authorized agencies. high quality or scarce resources (ground water resources. (Those where existing legal environmental standards are exceeded) Areas susceptible to natural hazard which could cause the project to present environmental problems (Earthquakes.5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 State. community facilities) Areas containing important. the project will be rejected and clearance give.   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 48 . pilgrim areas Defence installations Densely populated or built-up area Areas occupied by sensitive man-made land uses (hospitals. w. tourism. subsidence. fisheries. if any to the project will be revoked at our risk and cost: Date: __________________ Place: _________________ Signature of the applicant With Name and Full Address (Project proponent/Authorized signatory) Note: 1.t CRZ (at the stage of TOR) and the recommendations of the State Coastal Zone Management Authority (at the stage of EC).r. forestry. agriculture. flooding or extreme or adverse climatic conditions) (IV). minerals) Areas already subjected to pollution or environmental damage. National boundaries Routes or facilities used by the public for access to recreation or other tourist. showing the project activities. surface resources. Proposed Terms of Reference for EIA studies …………………………………………………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………………………………………………… I hereby given undertaking that the data and information given in the application and enclosures are true to the best of my knowledge and belief and I am aware that if any part of the data and information submitted id found to be false or misleading at any stage. schools. The projects involving clearance under Coastal Regulation Zone Notification.

Migratory corridors of the Wild animals. participation in the EAC meeting on behalf of the project proponent shall be made by the authorized signatory only. Sanctuaries. subsequent clarifications. Biosphere Reserves. The projects to be located within 10km of the National Parks.Simultaneous action shall also be taken to obtain the requisite clearance under the provisions of the CRZ Notification. as may be required from time to time. All correspondence with the Ministry of Environment & Forests including submission of application for TOR/Environmental Clearance. The authorized signatory should also submit a document in support of his claim of being an authorized signatory for the specific project. the project proponent shall submit the map duly authenticated by Chief Wildlife Warden showing these features vis-à-vis the project location and the recommendations of comments of the Chief Wildlife Warden thereon (at the stage of EC) 3. 1991 for the activities to be located in the CRZ 2.”   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 49 .

Change of landuse if any and the statutory approval from the competent authority be submitted).Annexure 2 FORM-1 A (only for construction projects listed under item 8 of the Schedule of EIA Notification) Check List of Environmental Impacts (Project proponents are required to provide full information and wherever necessary attach explanatory notes with the Form and submit along with proposed environmental management plan & monitoring programme) 1. What are the likely impacts of the proposed activity on the existing facilities adjacent to the proposed site? (Such as open spaces. Whether construction debris & waste during construction cause health hazard? (Give quantities of various types of wastes generated during construction including the construction labour and the means of disposal)   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 50 . built up area. seismicity etc may be given). (ii) surrounding features of the proposed site (within 500 meters) and (iii) the site (indicating levels & contours) to appropriate scales. details of the existing landuse.) 1.9. transport of fill materials from outside the site etc.8. filling. Will the low lying areas & wetlands get altered? (Provide details of how low lying and wetlands are getting modified from the proposed activity) 1. Attach Maps of (i) site location.6. List out all the major project requirements in terms of the land area. 1. vulnerability to subsidence. community facilities. and disturbance to the local ecology). Give details regarding water supply.7. Will the existing landuse get significantly altered from the project that is not consistent with the surroundings? (Proposed landuse must conform to the approved Master Plan /Development Plan of the area.2. Will the proposal involve alteration of natural drainage systems? (Give details on a contour map showing the natural drainage near the proposed project site) 1. subsidence & instability? (Details of soil type.3. power requirement. 1.1. parking needs etc. Land Environment (Attach panoramic view of the project site and the vicinity) 1.4. reclamation etc. connectivity. water consumption. community facilities. waste handling etc during the construction period 1. (Give details of the quantities of earthwork involved. What are the quantities of earthwork involved in the construction activity-cutting. Will there be any significant land disturbance resulting in erosion. 1.5. 1. slope analysis. If not available attach only conceptual plans.

and approvals obtained from competent authority. recharging capacity. How much of the water requirement can be met from the recycling of treated wastewater? (Give the details of quantities. the supply is not from a municipal source? (Provide physical. What on-site facilities are provided for the collection.3. Will the deployment of construction labourers particularly in the peak period lead to unsanitary conditions around the project site (Justify with proper explanation) 2.   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 51 . What are the impacts of the proposal on the ground water? (Will there be tapping of ground water. Will there be diversion of water from other users? (Please assess the impacts of the project on other existing uses and quantities of consumption) 2. treatment & safe disposal of sewage? (Give details of the quantities of wastewater generation. 2.10.12.2.9.1.14. What is the capacity (dependable flow or yield) of the proposed source of water? 2. if any) 2. details of the drainage facilities provided along with a site layout indication contour levels) 2. How is the storm water from within the site managed?(State the provisions made to avoid flooding of the area. 2. give the details of ground water table. sources and usage) 2.2. treatment capacities with technology & facilities for recycling and disposal) 2. biological characteristics with class of water quality) 2.6. What would be the impact of the land use changes occurring due to the proposed project on the runoff characteristics (quantitative as well as qualitative) of the area in the post construction phase on a long term basis? Would it aggravate the problems of flooding or water logging in any way? 2. Give details of the water requirements met from water harvesting? Furnish details of the facilities created.11.7.13.8. What precautions/measures are taken to prevent the run-off from construction activities polluting land & aquifers? (Give details of quantities and the measures taken to avoid the adverse impacts) 2. chemical. Water Environment 2. What is the quality of water required. Give the total quantity of water requirement for the proposed project with the breakup of requirements for various uses. What is the incremental pollution load from wastewater generated from the proposed activity? (Give details of the quantities and composition of wastewater generated from the proposed activity) 2.5. in case.4. How will the water requirement met? State the sources & quantities and furnish a water balance statement. Give details of dual plumbing system if treated waste used is used for flushing of toilets or any other use.

smoke. if any) 3.2. Vegetation 3. Any direct or indirect impacts on the avifauna of the area? Provide details. 4. Will the proposal create shortage of parking space for vehicles? Furnish details of the present level of transport infrastructure and measures proposed for improvement including the traffic management at the entry & exit to the project site. odorous fumes or other hazardous gases? Give details in relation to all the meteorological parameters. landscaping. pedestrian pathways. Is there any threat of the project to the biodiversity? (Give a description of the local ecosystem with it’s unique features.6. 5. What are the measures proposed to be taken to minimize the likely impacts on important site features (Give details of proposal for tree plantation. What will be the impact of DG sets & other equipment on noise levels & vibration in & ambient air quality around the project site? Provide details.1. Will the construction involve extensive clearing or modification of vegetation? (Provide a detailed account of the trees & vegetation affected by the project) 3. Is there likely to be any displacement of fauna. bicycle tracks. Will the project increase atmospheric concentration of gases & result in heat islands? (Give details of background air quality levels with predicted values based on dispersion models taking into account the increased traffic generation as a result of the proposed constructions) 5.5. Fauna 4.1.3. scenic amenity or landscapes? Are these considerations taken into account by the proponents?   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 52 . What are the impacts on generation of dust.both terrestrial and aquatic or creation of barriers for their movement? Provide the details. Prescribe measures such as corridors.3.1.2. footpaths etc. 5. Aesthetics 6.. Will there be significant increase in traffic noise & vibrations? Give details of the sources and the measures proposed for mitigation of the above.2. with areas under each category. Will the proposed constructions in any way result in the obstruction of a view. 6. Provide details of the movement patterns with internal roads. creation of water bodies etc along with a layout plan to an appropriate scale) 4. 5. Air Environment 5.1. fish ladders etc to mitigate adverse impacts on fauna 5. 4.4.3. 5.3.

source of supply. disturbance to sacred sites or other cultural values? What are the safeguards proposed? 8. Socio-Economic Aspects 7. 7. Give details of the power requirements. Energy Conservation 9. Building Materials 8. Will the project cause adverse effects on local communities.3. What measures are taken to minimize the impacts? 8. segregation & disposal of the garbage generated during the operation phases of the project. Are there any anthropological or archaeological sites or artefacts nearby? State if any other significant features in the vicinity of the proposed site have been considered. Will the proposal result in any changes to the demographic structure of local population? Provide the details.1.2.3.3. Will there be any adverse impacts from new constructions on the existing structures? What are the considerations taken into account? 6. backup source etc.2.4. Are the construction materials produced with energy efficient processes? (Give details of energy conservation measures in the selection of building materials and their energy efficiency) 8. What passive solar architectural features are being used in the building? Illustrate the applications made in the proposed project. and capacity of. Give details of the existing social infrastructure around the proposed project 7. power back-up to you plan to provide? 9.1.6. Are recycled materials used in roads and structures? State the extent of savings achieved? 8. Give details of the methods of collection. 7.1.2.4. What type of.4. May involve the use of building materials with high-embodied energy.   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 53 . What is the energy consumption assumed per square foot of built-up area? How have you tried to minimize energy consumption? 9. Transport and handling of materials during construction may result in pollution.3. What are the characteristics of the glass you plan to use? Provide specifications of its characteristics related to both short wave and long wave radiation? 9. Whether there are any local considerations of urban form & urban design influencing the design criteria? They may be explicitly spelt out. noise & public nuisance.2. 6. 9.

(b) external walls.10. emergency lighting and solar hot water systems for use in the building complex? Substantiate with details. Provide details of the transformers and motor efficiencies. It would also delineate the environmental monitoring plan for compliance of various environmental regulations.9.9. What is the rate of air infiltration into the building? Provide details of how you are mitigating the effects of infiltration. What precautions & safety measures are proposed against fire hazards? Furnish details of emergency plans. Environment Management Plan The Environment Management Plan would consist of all mitigation measures for each item wise activity to be undertaken during the construction. operation and the entire life cycle to minimize adverse environmental impacts as a result of the activities of the project. Do the structures use energy-efficient space conditioning. 9.12. To what extent the non-conventional energy technologies are utilised in the overall energy consumption? Provide details of the renewable energy technologies used. 9.13.11.   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 54 . 9. 9. If you are using glass as wall material provides details and specifications including emissivity and thermal characteristics. 9. Does the layout of streets & buildings maximise the potential for solar energy devices? Have you considered the use of street lighting. 9. What are the likely effects of the building activity in altering the micro-climates? Provide a self assessment on the likely impacts of the proposed construction on creation of heat island & inversion effects? 9. and (c) fenestration? Give details of the material used and the U-values or the R values of the individual components. lighting intensity and air-conditioning load assumptions? Are you using CFC and HCFC free chillers? Provide specifications. Is shading effectively used to reduce cooling/heating loads? What principles have been used to maximize the shading of Walls on the East and the West and the Roof? How much energy saving has been effected? 9.6. lighting and mechanical systems? Provide technical details. 10.7. It will state the steps to be taken in case of emergency such as accidents at the site including fire.5. What are the thermal characteristics of the building envelope? (a) roof.8.

6 of 1974) for establishing or taking any steps for establishment of industry/operation/process or any other treatment/disposal system on land/premises owned by………………………………………………………………………………………………..   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 55 . Area of the land proposed to be acquired (in square meter) b. To: ……………………………………………. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………… The relevant details are as below: Part-I.. as defined in the Hazardous Waste (Management and Handling) Rules.Annexure 3 FORM I APPLICATION FOR CONSENT TO ESTABLISH Application for consent to establish industry. Whether the unit would generate hazardous waste (s) ……………………………………. Part-II. Sir. ……………………………. Location (also enclose copy of land allotment /land conversion order and site map) d.. Human settlement (specify population) ……………………………. Which of the following features exist within 25kms of the site i. Surrounding Details a. the Category No …………………………………….. Scale of industry (Large/Medium/Small) ……………………………………………… f. …………………………………………….. 1974 (TO BE SUBMITTED IN TRIPLICATE) (See Rule 29) From: ……………………………………………. 1989. Name of the industry Address ……………………………………………… ……………………………………………… ……………………………………………… ……………………………………………… Dated:………………………………… c. ……………………………………………. 1974 (No. b. Category of industry (Red/Orange/Others) ……………………………………………… e. operation or process any treatment and disposal system under Section 25/26 of the Water (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act. If so. General a. ……………………………. I/we hereby apply for consent under section 25/26 of the Water (Prevention and control of pollution) Act.

specify Part-III. Boiler/Cooling/Industrial spray/Mining ii. Industries. Water Pollution (Process-wise) a. Manufacturing process with flow diagram b. before And after treatment – (physical/chemical) f. Indicate wastewater and sludge characteristics. Total waste water discharge per day d. …………………………….No i. ii. Details of raw materials. Particulars Raw materials Products By products Hazardous chemicals Name ……………………………. iv.. iii. v.ii. products. National monument iii. Water balance e. Details of fuel S. Nature Quantity (Unit/Day) c. iii.No 1 i. by products and their storage capacity S. Type of treatment proposed to be adopted (enclose details. ii.. ………………………………………. How do you propose to discharge the waste water (specify mode of disposal) h. ………………………………………. design and schematic diagram) g. Domestic iii.. Nallah/Stream/River/Pond/Dam/ any other water body iv. Total waste water generation per day c. Water consumption per day i. Process Details a. Part-IV. Diesel. Energy consumption d. Industrial Process b. iv. Forest/sanctuary/national park/Hill resort/ ……………………………. other (specify) 3   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 56 . What method do you propose to adopt for treatment Handling & disposal of sludge …………………………………… …………………………………… …………………………………… …………………………………… …………………………………… …………………………………… …………………………………… …………………………………… …………………………………… …………………………………… …………………………………… Plant/Auxillary machines where fuel is used 2 Name and Quantity (TPD) Coal.

what measures are proposed to be taken? b. No Stack attached to plant Stack details Dia Ht Temp (m) (m) (0C) Volume (NM3/hr) Pollution concentration SPM/others (Mg/NM3) i. I/We declare that the information furnished above is correct to the best of/my/our knowledge 2. Is your industry likely to cause any other pollution?…………………………………………. c. Payable under section 25/26 of the Act. Rajasthan Pollution Control Board. ii. in words………………………………………………………………… in favor of the Member Secretary. Note: Enclose lay out plan indicating location of each stack Part-VI.Part-V. If so. Part-VII.(Rs. Method proposed for treatment & disposal …………………………………………………. Total quantity of wastes (kg/day) ………………………………………………….Dated………………………for Rs………………. mention the cost 1. I/We undertake to furnish any other information within one month of its being called by the State Board I/We enclose herewith Bank Draft No…………………………. Has any financial outlay been proposed in the project? ………………………………… Report for pollution control measures? If so. Total capital expenditure proposed for pollution control ………………………………… b. Annual recurring expenditure ………………………………… c. If so.. b. Details of Air Pollution S. v. iv. Cost of Pollution Control Measures a. Management of Pollution Control a. Sludge/Solid Wastes/Hazardous Wastes (Process-wise) and their proposed treatment a. Other type of Pollution a. Is your industry likely to cause noise pollution? …………………………………………. what measure are proposed to be taken? Part-VIII.   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 57 .. Pollution control & monitoring Part-IX. iii. Nature of wastes …………………………………………………. Give details of the organizational setup proposed for ………………………………………….

Rajasthan State Pollution Control Board   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 58 . separate sheet can be used & attached ii.. In case information required to be furnished is lengthy. 1974) must be accompanied by the fees as given in schedule below. An application not accompanied with the prescribed fee shall not be entertained by the Board iii. Signature……………………………. Name………………………………. Consent fees shall be paid through Bank Draft payable in favor of the Member Secretary.(In support of amount paid as fee. Consent fee: Each consent application (under Air Act. 1981 or Water Act. Designation………………………… Applicant Note: i. document on capital investment on the industry must be enclosed) Yours faithfully.

…………………………………………….. Forest/sanctuary/national park/Hill resort/ National monument iii. specify ……………………………. Category of industry (Red/Orange/Others) e. General c. …………………………………………….. To: ……………………………………………. Sir. ……………………………. Industries. d. I/we hereby apply for consent under section 21 of the Air (Prevention and control of pollution) Act. Scale of industry (Large/Medium/Small) Part-II. Nallah/Stream/River/Pond/Dam/ any other water body iv. ……………………………. ……………………………. …………………………….   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 59 . ……………………………. Name of the industry Address ……………………………………………… ……………………………………………… ……………………………………………… ……………………………………………… ……………………………………………… ……………………………………………… Dated:………………………………… c. Human settlement (specify population) ii. Which of the following features exist within 25kms of the site i.. 1981 (TO BE SUBMITTED IN TRIPLICATE) (See Rule 4) From: ……………………………………………. Surrounding Details a. Location (also enclose copy of land allotment /land conversion order and site map) d. 1981 for establishing the industrial plant owned by……………………………………………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………………………………………………… The relevant details are as follows: Part-I. Area of the land proposed to be acquired (in square meter) b.Annexure 4 FORM I APPLICATION FOR CONSENT TO ESTABLISH Application for consent to establish industrial plant under Section 21 of the Air (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act.

How do you propose to discharge the wastewater (specify mode of disposal) h. Water consumption per day i. before And after treatment – (physical/chemical) f. products. ii. Details of fuel S. Diesel. Particulars Raw materials Products By products Hazardous chemicals Name …. Total waste water generation per day c. design and schematic diagram) g. …………………………………… Nature Quantity (Unit/Day) c. iii. Manufacturing process with flow diagram b. iii. Industrial Process b. Energy consumption d. Details of raw materials. Indicate waste water and sludge characteristics. What method do you propose to adopt for treatment Handling & disposal of sludge …………………………………… …………………………………… …………………………………… …………………………………… …………………………………… …………………………………… …………………………………… …………………………………… …………………………………… …………………………………… …………………………………… Plant/Auxillary machines where fuel is used 2 Name and Quantity (TPD) Coal. Part-IV.……………………………….No i.. Type of treatment proposed to be adopted (enclose details. by products and their storage capacity S. ii. Water Pollution (Process-wise) a. Water balance e. Total waste water discharge per day d. Domestic iii.No 1 i. v. other (specify) 3   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 60 . Process Details a. iv.Part-III. Boiler/Cooling/Industrial spray/Mining ii. iv.

Part-V. Details of Air Pollution S. Has any financial outlay been proposed in the project? ………………………………… Report for pollution control measures? If so. If so. Total capital expenditure proposed for pollution control ………………………………… b. I/We undertake to furnish any other information within one month of its being called by the State Board   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 61 . Sludge/Solid Wastes/Hazardous Wastes (Process-wise) and their proposed treatment a. v. Nature of wastes …………………………………………………. Pollution control & monitoring Part-IX. what measures are proposed to be taken? b. Is your industry likely to cause noise pollution? …………………………………………. I/We declare that the information furnished above is correct to the best of/my/our knowledge 2. Management of Pollution Control a. Part-VII. Annual recurring expenditure ………………………………… c. iv. Other type of Pollution a. mention the cost 1. Give details of the organizational setup proposed for…………………………………………. If so. ii. Total quantity of wastes (kg/day) …………………………………………………. what measure are proposed to be taken? Part-VIII. b. Note: Enclose lay out plan indicating location of each stack Part-VI. Is your industry likely to cause any other pollution?…………………………………………. c. No Stack attached to plant Stack details Dia Ht Temp 0C) (m) (m) ( Volume (NM3/hr) Pollution concentration SPM/others (Mg/NM3) i. Cost of Pollution Control Measures a. Method proposed for treatment & disposal…………………………………………………. iii.

Designation………………………… Applicant Note: i.(Rs. in words……………………………………………………………………… in favor of the Member Secretary.. In case information required to be furnished is lengthy. Consent fee: Each consent application (under Air Act.Dated………………………for Rs………………. separate sheet can be used & attached ii. Signature……………………………. document on capital investment on the industry must be enclosed) Yours faithfully.. (In support of amount paid as fee. Rajasthan Pollution Control Board. Consent fees shall be paid through Bank Draft payable in favor of the Member Secretary.. Name………………………………. Rajasthan State Pollution Control Board   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 62 . An application not accompanied with the prescribed fee shall not be entertained by the Board iii.I/We enclose herewith Bank Draft No…………………………. 1974) must be accompanied by the fees as given in schedule below. 1981 or Water Act. Payable under section 25/26 of the Act.

500 2.000/.000 36.000 53. operation or process and is generating hazardous waste as defined under the Hazardous Wastes (Management & Handling) Rules.000 24.000 6. 3.000 4. 1986 shall pay an extra amount of Rs.000 45.000 26.000 44.000 30.000 1.000 12.500 6.000 15.500 19.200 5.000 8. 15.500 50.000 3.25.000 4.500 1. 2. of Rajasthan)   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 63 .000 25.000 2.000 1.000 8.000 4.800 6. Orange and Other categories shall be as specified by the State Board.000 30. Provided that where a person who is establishing or carrying on any industry.000 70.800 6. All industries and mining units requiring environmental clearance under the Environmental (Protection) Act.000 57.000 1.600 12.) (in Rs) Red Orange Other Red Orange Other 3.000 4.000 18.000 16.200 9. The categorization of the industries / mining units into Red.50.800 4.000 53.Annexure 5 Consent Fee Under the Provisions of Water Act SCHEDULE IV (See rule 29) Part I Fee for Industries other than Mining Units S.600 4.000 1.500 4.400 8.100 2.000 5.000 38.27.600 7.500 2.87.000 75.000 Note: 1.400 1. the application for consent shall be accompanied with a fee equal to one and half times of the amount of fee prescribed under Schedule IV. Govt.50.000 1.000 1.000 31.000 1.400 10.000 21. of Environment.000 1.25.000 37.000 39.000 3.000 1.000 22.000 7. 1989.000 6.500 15.000 85.) 1 Upto 5 Lacs More than 5 Lacs upto 2 10 Lacs More than 10 Lacs 3 upto 25 Lacs More than 25 Lacs 4 upto 50 Lacs More than 50 Lacs 5 upto 1 Crore More than 1 Crore 6 upto 5 Crore More than 5 Crore 7 upto 10 Crore More than 10 Crore 8 upto 25 Crore More than 25 Crore 9 upto 50 Crore More than 50 Crore 10 upto 100 Crore More than 100 Crore 11 upto 250 Crore More than 250 Crore 12 upto 500 Crore More than 500 Crore 13 upto 750 Crore More than 750 Crore 14 upto 100 Crore 15 Above 1000 Crore One Time Consent Fee to Annual Consent Fee to Operate Establish (in Rs.05.00.000 3.000 62.000 3. Capital Investment of the Industry No (in Rs.800 2.500 2.000 35.400 3.000 10.000 9. (Please refer Notification dated 25th May 2007 of Dept.200 1.000 30. and requiring authorization thereunder.000 49.as one time consent fee to establish in addition to that mentioned in Schedule IV.000 15.50.000 42.000 20.000 1.000 42.000 1.000 12.500 2.500 45.000 9.000 10.

000 21.000 85. 1986 shall pay an extra amount of Rs.200 5.800 6.000 1. Capital Investment of the Industry No (in Rs.500 6.000 25.500 19.600 12.000 30.000 7.000 8.400 1.800 4. 2.200 9.000 18.) (in Rs) Red Orange Other Red Orange Other 3. 15.400 8.000 2.500 1.000 3.500 2.000 15.25.000 1.000 9. The categorization of the industries / mining units into Red.000 75.Annexure 6 Consent Fee Under the Provisions of Air Act SCHEDULE (See rule 5) Part I Fee for Industries other than Mining Units S.000 1.600 4.000/.000 1.000 57.000 12.50.000 4.000 24.000 35.000 4.05.000 30.27.000 36.000 6.000 37.000 5.50. Govt.800 6.000 49.400 3.000 10.500 2.000 1.000 1.500 2.000 10.600 7.000 4.000 3.000 3.000 1.000 4. Provided that where a person who is establishing or carrying on any industry.as one time consent fee to establish in addition to that mentioned in Schedule IV.000 1. 1989. the application for consent shall be accompanied with a fee equal to one and half times of the amount of fee prescribed under Schedule IV.000 38.500 15.200 1.000 9.000 53.000 44.000 53. (Please refer Notification dated 25th May 2007 of Dept. and requiring authorization thereunder.000 62.500 2.) 1 Upto 5 Lacs More than 5 Lacs upto 2 10 Lacs More than 10 Lacs 3 upto 25 Lacs More than 25 Lacs 4 upto 50 Lacs More than 50 Lacs 5 upto 1 Crore More than 1 Crore 6 upto 5 Crore More than 5 Crore 7 upto 10 Crore More than 10 Crore 8 upto 25 Crore More than 25 Crore 9 upto 50 Crore More than 50 Crore 10 upto 100 Crore More than 100 Crore 11 upto 250 Crore More than 250 Crore 12 upto 500 Crore More than 500 Crore 13 upto 750 Crore More than 750 Crore 14 upto 100 Crore 15 Above 1000 Crore One Time Consent Fee to Annual Consent Fee to Operate Establish (in Rs.400 10.000 22.000 15.000 6.00.000 42.500 4. Orange and Other categories shall be as specified by the State Board.000 42.000 1.000 8. All industries and mining units requiring environmental clearance under the Environmental (Protection) Act.000 16.000 70.000 3.100 2.000 30. of Rajasthan)   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 64 . operation or process and is generating hazardous waste as defined under the Hazardous Wastes (Management & Handling) Rules. 3.000 12.000 Note: 1.25.800 2.000 45.000 31.87.000 26.500 50. of Environment.000 39.500 45.50.000 1.000 1.000 20.

Karanpur 4. Lalsot 4. Pratapgarh 13. Anupgarh 2. Sujangarh - 12 Dausa 5 1. Churu 2. Bhopalsagar 6. Bari 1. Mahua 5. Dausa 3. Kapasan 11. Sadulshahar 7. Atangarh 3. Nimbahera 12. Chhotisadri 7. Lunkaransar 2. Hindoli 2. Chittorgarh 8. Bhainsrorgarh 11 Churu 6 1. critical areas & over exploited areas S. Sardarshahar 1. Kesorai Patan 2. Bikaner 2. Sagwara 2.No 1 8 9 District 2 Bikaner Bundi No of Blocks 3 5 4 Safe 4 1. semi – critical areas. Bichhiwara 2. Raisingh nagar 6. Rajakhera 13 Dholpur 14 Dungarpur 15 Ganganagar 4 5 7   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 65 .Annexure 7 Areas as identified by CGWA as – safe areas. Baseri 1. Dungargarh 1. Bhadesar 5. Begun 4. Dungla 9. Rajgarh 10 Chittorgarh 14 - 1. Ganganagar 3. Nokha 1. Suratgarh 1. Gangrar 10. Dholpur 2. Kolayat Semi-Critical 5 Critical 6 1. Talera Over-Exploited 7 1. Simalwara 1. Rashmi 1. Bari Sadri 3. Nainwa 1. Amod 2. Bandikui 2. Dungarpur 1. Aspur 1. Sirai 1. Padampur 5.

Dudu 2. Sapotra 24 Kota 5 1. Pirawa 17 Jaipur 13 18 Jaisalmer 19 Jalore 3 7 1. Sambher 10. Balesar 2. Sultanpur   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 66 . Sanganer 11. Sankra 1. Phalodi 1. Mandore 5. Sayla 1. Hindaun 2. Bhopalgarh 3. Alsisar 1. Chaksu 5. Nadauti 1. Jaisalmer 2. Shahpura 1. Jhunjhunu 4. Surajgarh 7. Shergarh 1. Khetri 5. Bassi 4. Sangod 22 Jodhpur 9 1. Chirawa 3. Kotputli 9. Karauli 3.16 Hanumangarh 3 1. Bap 23 Karauli 5 1. Dag 3. Nawalgarh 6. Itawa 2. Sanchore 7. Sam 20 Jhalawar 6 21 Jhunjhunu 8 1. Bhuhana 2. Hanumangarh 3. Jhotwara 8. Osaian 1. Bairath 3. Udaipurwati 1. Raniwara 6. Nohar 1. Ladpura 4. Luni 2. Manoha Thana 2. Phagi 1. Todabhim 1. Bhinmal 3. Jalore 4. Bhadra 2. Bakani 2. Bilara 4. Khairabad 3. Khanpur 1. Jaswantpura 5. Amer 2. Jhalra Patan 4. Ahore 2. Govindgarh 6. Jamwa Ramgarh 7.

Pindwara 3. Railmagra 2. Sumerpur 1. Bamanwas 2. Fatehpur 29 Sikar 8 1.25 Nagaur 11 1. Khandar 1. Sarada 1. Malpura 3. Badgaon 2. Didwana 3. Piprali 7. Mundwa 6. Sheoganj 1. Pali 4. Untara 30 Sirohi 5 31 Tonk 6 32 Udaipur 11 Total 237 32 14 (Source: CGWA No: 21-4/Guidelines/CGWA/2009-832 dated 14. Mavli 8. Kharchi 3. Gangapur 2. Jayal 2. Sirohi 1. Sri Madhopur 1.10. Jhadot 7. Jaitaran 2. Riyan 1. Danta Ramgarh 2. Bhim 3. Gogunda 6. Sawai Madhopur 26 Pali 10 1. Kumbhalgarh 1. Bhinder 3. Dhod 3. Dhariawad 4. Girwa 5. Khandella 4. Deoli 2. Amet 2. Rohit 1. Nagaur 1. Kotra 3. Khamnor 5. Neem Ka Thana 6. Sojat 5. Rajsamand 27 Rajsamand 7 28 Sawaimadhopur 5 1. Deogarh 4. Degana 2. Kherwara 2. Bali 2. Parbaisar 7. Tonk 1. Kuchaman 4. Bonli 3. Merla 5. Salumber 140   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 67 . Abu Road 2. Raipur 5. 2009) 50 1. Desuri 3. Makrana 1. Lachhmangarh 5. Rani 4. Reodar 2. Newai 4. Ladnu 1. Toda Rai Singh 5.

Lead (as Pb). mg/l Max. mg/l max.5 to 9. For cooling water effluent 10% above total suspended matter of influent 1. 5.01 0.2 0.0 2. mg/l max. mg/l Max. mg/l max.2 ----- 0. Chemical oxygen demand. 3 mm 2. 850 microns 5.Annexure 8 General Standards for Discharge of Effluents  S.0 -- 5. Total Kjeldahl nitrogen (as NH3). Free ammonia (as NH3).01 1.1 0. Floatable solids max.01 2.0 50 1 2 Color & odour Suspended solids mg/l.5 to 9.0 -- 20 -50 10 --- 100 -- -- 100 5. For process waste water-100 2.0 30 -350 -100 5. Total residual chlorine mg/l Max.0 100 250 -- -- 250 0. mg/l max.0 50 5.0 1. Mercury (as Hg). mg/l max. No Parameter Inland surface water (a) * 100 Standards Public sewers Land for irrigation (b) (c) ------* 600 200 Marine coastal areas (d) * 1. Max 3 Particle size of suspended solids Shall pass 850 Micron IS sieve -- -- 4 5 pH Value Temperature 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Oil and grease mg/l Max.5 to 9. mg/l Max. mg/l max.0 Shall not exceed 50 C above the receiving water temperature 20 1.0 0. Ammonical Nitrogen (as N).2 0. Cadmium (as Cd).0 Shall not exceed 50 C above the receiving water temperature 10 1.0 1. Hexavalent chromium (as Cr +6).2 0.0 2.1 2.0   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 68 .0 0. Arsenic (as As). Settleable solids max.5 to 9. Bio-chemical oxygen demand (3 days at 270 C). mg/l max.

18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

26 27

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Total chromium (as 2.0 Cr), mg/l max. Copper (as Cu), 3.0 mg/l max. Zinc (as Zn), mg/l 5.0 max. Selenium (as Se), 0.05 mg/l max. Nickel (as Ni), 3.0 mg/l max. Cyanide (as CN), 0.2 mg/l max. Fluoride (as F), 2.0 mg/l max. Dissolved 5.0 phosphates (as P), mg/l max. Sulphide (as S), 2.0 mg/l max. Phenolic 1.0 compounds (as mg/l C6H5OH), max. Radio active materials: a. Alpha emitter 10-7 micro curie/ml b. Beta emitter 10-6 micro curie/ml Bio-assay test 90% survival of fish after 96 hours in 100% effluent

2.0 3.0 15 0.05 3.0 2.0 15 --

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10-7 10-6 90% survival of fish after 96 hours in 100% effluent

30

Manganese (as 2 2 Mn), mg/l 31 Iron (as Fe), mg/l 3 3 -3 32 Vanadium (as V), 0.2 0.2 -0.2 mg/l 33 Nitrate nitrogen, 10 --20 mg/l * All efforts should be made to remove colour and unpleasant odour as far as practicable These standards shall be applicable for industries, operations or processes other than those industries, operations or process for which standards have been specified of the Environment Protection Rules, 1989

Source: G.S.R 422 (E) dated 19.05.1993 and G.S.R 801 (E) dated 31.12.1993 issued under the provisions of E (P) Act 1986

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National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS)
S. No Pollutant Time Weighted Average

Annexure 9

(1) 1

(2) Sulphur dioxide (SO2), μg/m3 Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2), μg/m3

(3) Annual* 24 hours** Annual* 24 hours** Annual* 24 hours** Annual* 24 hours** 8 hours** 1 hour** Annual* 24 hours**

2

3

4

5

Particulate Matter (Size less than 10μm) or PM10μg/m3 Particulate Matter (Size less than 2.5μm) or PM2.5μg/m3 Ozone (O3) μg/m3 Lead (Pb) μg/m3

Concentration in Ambient Air Industrial, Ecologically Methods of Residential, sensitive area measurement Rural and (notified by other areas central government) (4) (5) (6) 50 20 -Improved West & Gaeke -Ultraviolet fluorescence 80 80 40 30 -Modified Jacob & Hochheiser (Na80 80 arsenite) -Chemiluminescence 60 60 - Gravimetric - TOEM 100 100 - Beta attenuation 40 60 100 180 0.50 1.0 40 60 100 180 0.50 1.0 - Gravimetric - TOEM - Beta attenuation - UV photometric - Chemiluminescence - Chemical method -AAS/ICP method after sampling on EPM 2000 or equivalent filter paper -ED-XRF using Teflon filter -Non Dispersive Infra Red (NDIR) spectroscopy - Chemiluminescence - Indophenol blue method -Gas chromatography based continuous analyzer -Adsorption and Desorption followed by GC analysis -Solvent extraction followed by HPLC/GC analysis

6

7

8

Carbon Monoxide (CO) mg/ m3 Ammonia (NH3) μg/m3 Benzene (C6H6) μg/m3

8 hours** 1 hour** Annual* 24 hours** Annual*

02 04 100 400 05

02 04 100 400 05

9

10

Benzo(a)Pyrene (BaP) – particulate phase

Annual*

01

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only, ng/m3 Arsenic (As) ng/m3 Nickel (Ni) ng/m3

Annual*

06

06

12

Annual*

20

20

-AAS/ICP method after sampling on EPM 2000 or equivalent filter paper -AAS/ICP method after sampling on EPM 2000 or equivalent filter paper

* Annual arithmetic mean of minimum 104 measurements in a year at a particular site taken

twice a week 24 hourly at uniform intervals
** 24 hourly or 08 hourly or 01 hourly monitored values, as applicable, shall be complied with 98% of the time in a year. 2% of the time, they may exceed the limits but not on two consecutive days of monitoring. Note: Whenever and wherever monitoring results on two consecutive days of monitoring exceed the limits specified above for the respective category, it shall be considered adequate reason to institute regular or continuous monitoring and further investigation (Source: National Ambient Air Quality Standards, CPCB Notification dated 18th November 2009)

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to 6. religious places or any other area. * dB(A) Leq denotes the time weighted average of the level of sound in decibels on scale A which is relatable to human hearing. A “decibel” is a unit in which noise is measured. 4. 3.Annexure 10 Noise Ambient Air Quality Standards Area code Category of area Limits in db (A) Leq Day time Night time A B C D Note: Industrial area Commercial area Residential area Silence zone 75 65 55 50 70 55 45 40 1. 2000)   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 72 .m. courts. (Source: Noise pollution (Regulation and control) Rules. denotes the frequency weighting in the measurement of noise and corresponds to frequency response characteristics of the human ear. Day time shall mean from 6.00 a.m. in dB(A) Leq.00 a.m. Night time shall mean from 10.m. educational institutions. Mixed categories of areas may be declared as one of the four above-mentioned categories by the competent authority. Silence zone is an area comprising not less than 100 meters around hospitals.00 p.00 p. “A”. Leq: It is an energy mean of the noise level over a specified period. 2. which is declared as such by the competent authority. to 10.

it may not be possible to check the performance of the acoustic enclosure/acoustic treatment.4 these limits shall be regulated by the State Pollution Control Boards and the State Pollution Control Committees 2. preferably.5m from the acoustic enclosure/room. manufactured on or after the 1st July. whichever is on the higher side (if the actual ambient noise is on the higher side. Noise limit for diesel generator sets (up to 1000 KVA) manufacture on or after the 1st July 2003 The maximum permissible sound pressure level for new diesel generator (DG) sets with rated capacity up to 1000 KVA.5 Guidelines for the manufacturers/users of Diesel Generator sets shall be as under: 01 The manufacturer shall offer to the user a standard acoustic enclosure of 25 dB (A) insertion loss and also a suitable exhaust muffler with insertion loss of 25 dB(A) 02 The user shall make efforts to bring down the noise levels due to the DG set. within the ambient noise requirements by proper siting and control measures 03 Installation of a DG set must be strictly in compliance with the recommendations of the DG set manufacturer   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 73 . in the nighttime). outside hid premises.3 The DG set shall be provided with proper exhaust muffler with insertion loss of minimum 25 dB (A) 2.1 Noise from DG set shall be controlled by providing an acoustic enclosure or by treating the room acoustically. The measurement for insertion loss may be done at different points at 0. 2003 shall be 75 dB (A) at 1 meter from the enclosure surface The diesel generator sets should be provided with integral acoustic enclosure at the manufacturing stage itself The implementation of noise limit for these diesel generator sets shall be regulated as given in paragraph 3 below 2.2 The acoustic enclosure or acoustic treatment of the room shall be designed for minimum 25 dB (A) insertion loss or for meeting the ambient noise standards. and then averaged 2. Under such circumstances the performance may be checked for noise reduction up to actual ambient noise level.Annexure 11 Noise Limits for Generator Sets run with Diesel 1. at the users end 2. Noise limit for DG sets not covered by paragraph 1 Noise limits for diesel generator sets not covered by paragraph 1. shall be as follows: 2.

DG sets intended for the purpose of sample and not for sale in India (Please refer Notification No.1 Applicability 01. manufactures of imported in India. on or after 1st July 2003 02.R. Limits of noise for DG Sets (Up to 1000 KVA) Manufactured on or after the 1st July 2003 3.S. 2002 for details)   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 74 .04 A proper routine and preventive maintenance procedure for the DG set should be set and followed in consultation with the DG set manufacturer which would help prevent noise levels of the DG set from deteriorating with use 3. G. These Rules apply to DG sets up to 1000 KVA rated output. These rules shall not apply to a. DG sets manufactures or imported for the purpose of exports outside India. 371 (E) dated 17th May. and b.

1986 S. Hotel with at least 20 bedrooms Limiting concentration in mg/l except for pH Inland surface water On land for irrigation PH 5.5-9.5-9. located in coastal area shall also comply with the provisions of the Coastal Regulation Zone. No 1 39 Industry Parameter Standards 2 3 4 Hotel Effluent standards industry i. shall provide a proper Oil and Grease trap for effluent arising from its kitchen and laundry and shall have to comply with the ‘General standards for discharge of environmental pollutants Part A effluents’ notified under Schedule VI (Source: G. Hotel with less than 20 bed rooms or a Banquet Hall with minimum floor area of 100m2 or a Restaurant with a minimum seating capacity of 36 PH 5.0 5.MoEF.5-9. banquet halls.5-9. GoI)   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 75 .. as applicable ii. 749 (E) under Environmental (Protection) Act dated 4th November 2009 . as the case may be.S. If the effluent is discharged into a municipal sewer leading to a Sewage Treatment Plant. the hotel or restaurant or banquet hall. restaurants etc.0 0C BOD 3 days 27 100 100 Total suspended solids 100 100 Oil & Grease 10 10 Note: i.0 0C BOD 3 days 27 30 100 Total suspended solids 50 100 Oil & grease 10 10 Phosphates as P 1.R.0 ii. Hotels.Annexure 12 Effluent Standards for Hotel Industry notified under E (P) Act.0 5.

MoEF   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 76 . 12. No 1. 5. 2. 3. concert halls and theaters Schools a) Day schools b) Boarding schools 45 per head 135 per head 340 per head 450 per head 135 per head 135 per head 180 per head 320 per head 45 per head 70 per seat 15 per seat Consumption liters/day 45 per head 30 per head In addition. water demand of visitors to these building is considered as 15 LPCD Source: Manual on norms and standards for environment clearance of large construction projects. 4.Annexure 13 Estimation of Water Demand S. 14. 7. 6. 11. 9. 10. 13. Type of Building Factories with bath rooms Factories without bath rooms Hospital (including laundry): a) Number of beds not exceeding 100 b) Number of beds exceeding 100 Nurses’ homes and medical quarters Hostels Hotel (up to 4 star) Hotel (5 star and above) Offices Restaurants Cinemas. 15. 8.

00.Annexure 14 Code of Practices for Parking Requirements Area Requirements for Parking in Different Types of Cities One Car Parking Space for Every Population Population Population between between between 50.000 (3) ---- Population above 50.00. tourist homes and hotels.000 (7) 1 tenement of 75 m2 built up area 2 guest rooms (2) a) Residential 1 b) Lodging establishments.00.100 m2 built up area up area 101 2 to 200 m 8 guest 4 guest 3 guest rooms rooms rooms Sl.000 10.000 50.00. with lodging accommodation 12 guest rooms 2 Educational 3 Institutional (Medical) a) Assembly Halls.000 to 2. No (1) Occupancy Population less than 50. Community Halls d) Stadia and Exhibition Center a) Business Offices and Firms for Private Business b) Public or semipublic Offices Mercantile (See Note 2) Industrial 20 beds (Private) 30 beds (Public) 20 seats 60 seats 600 m2 plot area 240 Seats 300 m2 area or fraction thereof 500 m2 area or fraction thereof 300 m2 area or fraction thereof 400 m2 area or fraction thereof 15 beds (Private) 25 beds (Public) 80 seats 40 seats 400 m2 plot area 160 seats 200 m2 area or fraction thereof 300 m2 area or fraction thereof 200 m2 area or fraction thereof 300 m2 area or fraction thereof 70 m2 area or fraction thereof of the administrativ e office area and public service areas 10 beds (Private) 15 beds (Public) 25 seats 20 seats 200 m2 plot area 50 seats 100 m2 area or fraction thereof 200 m2 area or fraction thereof 100 m2 area or fraction thereof 200 m2 area or fraction thereof 50 m2 area or fraction thereof of the administrative office area and public service areas 5 beds (Private) 10 beds (Public) 35 m2 area or fraction thereof of the administrative office area and public service areas 2 beds (Private) 5 beds (Public) 15 seats 10 seats 50 m2 plot area 30 seats 50 m2 area or fraction thereof 100 m2 area or fraction thereof 50 m2 area or fraction thereof 100 m2 area or fraction thereof 10 seats 5 seats 25 m2 plot area 20 seats 25 m2 area or fraction thereof 50 m2 area or fraction thereof 25 m2 area or fraction thereof 50 m2 area or fraction thereof 4 5 6 7   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 77 .000 (4) (5) (6) ---2 tenements 1 tenement of having built.00.00. Cinema Theatres b) Restaurants c) Marriage Halls.000 to 10.000 to 2.

m 30 sq.m 25 sq.75x10 Clear height (m) 2.2 2.Storage 8 ---- ---- 500 m2 area or fraction thereof 250 m2 area or fraction thereof 125 m2 area or fraction thereof Area requirements for different types of parking Vehicle type Car Scooter cycle Trucks Area required for parking (m) 2.75 Parking requirements for per Car space is as per the floor type Basement Stilts Open (Source: National Building Code of India.5x5 3x1.2 4.4 3. 2005) 35 sq.m   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 78 .

Guidelines Protection of Landslide Hazard Guidelines for retaining wall for hill area: Part I Selection of type of wall 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 IS: 875 (Part 2): 1987 IS: 875 (Part 3): 1987 IS: 875 (Part 4): 1987 IS: 875 (Part 5): 1987 IS: 883: 1966 IS: 1904: 1987 IS: 1905: 1987 IS: 2911 (Part 1) Section 1: 1979 Part 1: Section 2 Part 1: Section 3 Part 1: Section 4 Part 2: Part 3 Part 4 IS: 875 (3)-1987 IS: 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 IS: 1893-2002 IS: 13920-1993 IS: 4326-1993 IS: 13828-1993 IS: 13827-1993 IS: 13935-1993 IS: 14458 (Part 1): 1998   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 79 .Annexure 15 BIS Code of Practices S. No 1 2 3 BIS Code IS: 456:2000 IS: 800-1984 IS: 801-1975 Description Genera Structural Safety Code of Practice for Plain and Reinforced Concrete Code of Practice for General Construction in Steel Code of Practice for Use of Cold Formal Light Gauge Steel Structual Members in General Building Construction Members in General Building Construction Design loads (other than earthquake) for buildings and structures Part 2 Imposed Loads Design loads (Other than earthquake) for buildings and structures Part 3 Wind Loads Design loads (Other than earthquake) for buildings and structures Part 4 Snow Loads Design loads (Other than earthquake) for buildings and structures Part 5 Special loads and load combination Code of Practice for Design for Structural Timber in Building Code of Practice for Structural Safety of Buildings: Foundation Code of Practice for Structural Safety of Buildings: Masonry Walls Code of Practice for Design and Construction of Pile Foundation Section1 Based Cast-in-situ Piles Driven Precast Concrete Piles Based precast Concrete Piles Timber Piles Under Reamed Piles Load Test on Piles Cyclone/Wind Storm Protection Code of Practice for Design Loads (other than Earthquake) for Buildings and Structures. Part 3. Wind Loads IS Guidelines for improving the Cyclonic resistance of Low rise houses ad other building Earthquake Protection Criteria for Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures (Fifth Revision) Ductile Detailing of Reinforced Concrete Structures subjected to Seismic Forces – Code of Practice Earthquake Resistant Design and Construction of Buildings – Code of Practice (Second Revision) Improving Earthquake Resistance of Low Strength Masonry Buildings – Guidelines Improving Earthquake Resistance of Earthen Buildings – Guidelines Repair and Seismic Strengthening of Buildings .

the latest revision of the same shall be followed except specific criteria. 1: Whenever an Indian Standard including those referred in the National Building Code or the National Building Code is referred. mentioned above against that code.21 22 23 IS: 14458 (Part 2): 1997 IS: 14458 (Part 3): 1998 IS: 14496 (Part 2): 1998 Note: Guidelines for retaining wall for hill area: Part 2 Design of retaining / Breast walls Guidelines for retaining wall for hill area: Part 3 Construction of dry stone walls Guidelines for preparation of landslide – Hazard zonation maps in mountainous terrains: Part 2 Macro-zonation. 2. Codal Provisions/Guidelines Pertaining to Protection for Cyclone or Landslide Hazard cam be omitted whenever not applicable   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 80 . if any.

Bhilwara. quartzite and basaltic flows.   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 81 . Dungarpur. Jaipur. Dhaulpur.5 mg/l) Ajmer. marble and Vindhyan sandstones. Bikaner. Valley fills have been reported from Jhunjhunu. Bharatpur.99 BCM Stage of Ground Water Development 125 % Developmental Monitoring Over Exploited 140 Blocks Critical 50 Blocks Semi. granites. The aquifer thickness is 40 to 80 m. Ganganagar. Semi-consolidated formations include sandstones. Ajmer. semi-consolidated sediments and consolidated rocks. Chittaurgarh. Jaipur. The Aeoline sediments constitute one of the major aquifers east of major fault. Bharatpur. Bhilwara. Hanumangarh. Hanumangarh. phyllites. Barmer. clay. Sikar. Neemuch. Ground Water Exploration/Sources Findings Dynamic Resources Annual Replenishable Ground water 11. Bundi. Bundi. Bhilwara and Udaipur district. Dausa. The yield of wells in Lathi sandstone varies from 50-150 m3/hr. Barmer.alluvial sediments and aeoline deposits.2009) No.Annexure 16 Ground Water Scenario of Rajasthan Hydrogeology The State can be divided into three hydrogeological units namely. The yield of wells ranges from 100 to 150 m3/hr. Chittaurgarh. Jalore and Jodhpur district. covering Jaisalmer and Barmer districts. Sirohi. The dugwells in Jaisalmer limestones yield 13 to 68 m3/day. The yield prospect is limited unless the well is located near major lineaments or any other weak planes. Karoli. of ground water observation wells 1373 Ground Water User Maps 32 districts Ground Water Quality Problems Contaminants Districts affected (in part) Salinity (EC > 3000 µS/cm at 25 ° C) Ajmer.critical 14 Blocks Exploratory Tube wells Constructed (as on 1383 31. schist. Churu. Alwar.Jhunjhunun.k m. It occupies an area of 1400 sq. The consolidated rocks includes gneiss. Dausa. Banaswara. unconsolidated sediments. The Alluvial deposits are confined to Barmer. Raja Samand. limestones and Aur beds. limestone. Swai Madhopur. Udaipur Fluoride (>1. Jalor. Tonk. Jaisalmer. The unconsolidated sediments are of two types.03. Nagaur. mostly restricted to eastern part of the State. The ground water quality is in general poor (brackish to saline) at deeper levels. consisting of sand. Jaisalmer.38 BCM Annual Ground Water Draft 12. east of Bikaner. Alwar. Dhaulpur. Bikaner. gravel and cobbles.56 BCM Resource Net Annual Ground Water Availability 10. Churu. Ganganagar.

Bharatpur. Jaipur. Dhaulpur. Sawai Madhopur. Swai Madhopur. Jodhpur. Udaipur Ajmer. has made provision of compulsory installation of rainwater harvesting system in all newly and existing construction building and Govt. Dausa. Jhunjhunu. Hanumangarh.05. Jalore district Budhana block. Banaswara.12. Areas Notified for Regulation of ground water development Jhotwara block of Jaipur district Pushkar Valley. Tonk Ajmer. Dhaulpur. Banswara. Ganganagar. Sikar. Tonk. Sikar district Shri Madhopur block. Udaipur Barmer. Dausa. Dungarpur. Jhunjhunu. Sikar. Barmer. Jaipur. The State Government is also considering to modify Municipal Corporation Act making provisions of RWH. SawaiMadhopur. Bharatpur.Jhunjhunu. Jalor. Bikaner.0 mg/l) Nitrate (>45 mg/l) Jalor.2005. Jaisalmer. Jhalawar. Jaisalmer. Jhunjunu district Dhod block. Ganganagar. Sikar district Source: http://cgwb. Partapgarh. Tonk. Alwar district Bhinmal block. Pali. Baran. Jalore district Raniwara block. Churu. Bikaner. The Govt.in down loaded on 10th March 2010   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 82 . viz. Bhilwara. punitive measures. disconnection of water supply. Tonk. Kota. Kota. offices vide order dated 31. Sikar. Jodhpur. Nagaur. Jalor. Chittaurgarh. Nagaur district Behror block.2006. Ajmer district Jalore block. Dungarpur. Sikar. Churu. Jalore district Surajgarh block. Jhalawar. Jhunjunu district Mundwa block. Churu. Bharatpur. Kota. Jaipur. Jhunjhunun. Karauli. Nagaur. Karauli. Nagaur. Rajasamand. Karauli. For violation of building bye-laws. Sirohi. Pali. has also been made. Jodhpur. Pali. Chittaurgarh.2000 and 12. Alwar. Udaipur Inclusion of Roof Top Rain Water Harvesting (RTRWH) in building by laws Roof Top RWH has been made mandatory in state owned buildings of plot size more than 300 sq. Jodhpur Nagaur. Bhilwara. Rajasamand.Chloride (> 1000 mg/l) Iron (>1. Sirohi. Ganganagar. Alwar. Hanumangarh. Jaisalmer. Jhunjunu district Chirawa block. Baran.01. Rajasamand. Hanumangarh.gov. Sirohi.m with effect from 03. Bikaner. Nagaur.

m. • • •   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 83 . A few techniques of roof top rainwater harvesting in urban areas are described below.0 deep. roof top rainwater harvesting can be done through recharge pits.0 mm) in graded form. pit may be filled with broken bricks/ cobbles. which are back filled with boulders (5 . paved and unpaved areas goes waste. The technique is suitable for buildings having a roof area of 100 sq. gravels (5 – 10 mm) and coarse sand (1.2. Roof Top Rain Water Harvesting Through Recharge Pit • • • In alluvial areas where permeable rocks are exposed on the land surface or at very shallow depth.5 . Boulders at the bottom. wide and 2.0 to 2. For smaller roof area. A mesh should be provided at the roof so that leaves or any other solid waste / debris is prevented from entering the pit and a desilting /collection chamber may also be provided at the ground to arrest the flow of finer particles to the recharge pit.Annexure 17 Rain Water Harvesting Structures Rainwater available from rooftops of buildings. and are constructed for recharging the shallow aquifers. gravels in between and coarse sand at the top so that the silt content that will come with runoff will be deposited on the top of the coarse sand layer and can easily be removed.0 to 3. The rainwater harvesting system needs to be designed in a way that it does not occupy large space for collection and recharge system. This water can be recharged to aquifer and can be utilized gainfully at the time of need.0 m. Recharge Pits may be of any shape and size and are generally constructed 1. By-pass arrangement be provided before the collection chamber to reject the first showers. The top layer of sand should be cleaned periodically to maintain the recharge rate.20 cm).

5-2. gravel (5-10 mm) and coarse sand (1. and where a permeable stratum is available at shallow depths Trench may be 0. m. gravel in between and coarse sand at the top so that the silt content that will come with runoff will be coarse sand at the top of the sand layer and can easily be removed A mesh should be provided at the roof so that leaves or any other solid waste/debris is prevented from entering the trenches and a desilting/collection chamber may also be provided on ground to arrest the flow of finer particles to the trench By-pass arrangement be provided before the collection chamber to reject the first showers The top layer of sand should be cleaned periodically to maintain the recharge rate • • •   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 84 .5 m deep and 10 to 20 m.0 to 1.0 m wide. long depending upon availability of water to be recharge These are back filled with boulders (5-20cm).Roof Top Rain Water Harvesting Through Recharge Trench • • • Recharge trenches are suitable for buildings having roof area of 200-300 sq.0 mm) in graded form – boulders at the bottom.5 to 1. 1.

50m) and may be separated by screen. A connecting pipe with recharge well is provided at the bottom of the pit for recharging of filtered water through well • •   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 85 .Roof Top Rain Water Harvesting Through Existing Tube wells • In areas where the shallow aquifers have dried up and existing tube wells are tapping deeper aquifer. The filter may be provided before water enters the tube wells. The filter pit may vary in shape and size depending upon available runoff and are backfilled with graded material. Rainwater from roofs is taken to collection/desilting chambers located on ground. The filter is provided with a reducer of 6. gravel in the middle and sand at the top with varying thickness (0. The pit is divided into two chambers. The first chamber is filled up with gravel (6-10mm). After closing the bottom pipe.2 m. The first roof runoff is let off through the bottom of drainpipe.30. the rainwater of subsequent rain showers is taken through a T to an online PVC filter. The filter is 1 –1.0. boulder at the bottom. Filter is divided into three chambers by PVC screens so that filter material is not mixed up. filter material in one chamber and other chamber is kept empty to accommodate excess filtered water and to monitor the quality of filtered water.25 cm on both the sides. roof to rain water harvesting through existing tube well can be adopted to recharge the deeper aquifers PVC pipes of 10 cm dia are connected to roof drains to collect rainwater. a filter pit may be provided. in length and is made up of PVC pipe. middle chamber with pebbles (12-20 mm) and last chamber with bigger pebbles (20-40 mm) If the roof area is more. It’s diameter should vary depending on the area of roof. 15 cm if roof area is less than 150 sq m and 20 cm if the roof area is more. These collection chambers are interconnected as well as connected to the filter pit through pipes having a slop of 1:15.

0 –5. gravels and coarse sand to act as a filter media for the recharge wells If the aquifer is available at greater depth say more than 20 m.0 to 5. Inside the shaft a recharge well of 100-300 mm dia is constructed for recharging the available water to the deeper aquifers.5-to 3.0 meters deep may be constructed depending upon availability of runoff.2003.0 m below the water level.0 to 5.0 m width and 10 to 30 m length. depending upon the availability of water is constructed with the recharge well in the centre The number of recharge wells in the trench can be decided on the basis of water availability and local vertical permeability of the rocks The trench is backfilled with boulders. At the bottom of the shaft a filter media is provided to avoid choking of recharge well • • • • • • (Source: Rainwater Harvesting Techniques to Augment Ground Water . Based on the lithology of the area well assembly is designed with slotted pipe against the shallow and deeper aquifer A lateral trench of 1. Central Ground Water Board)   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 86 . a shallow shaft of 2.Roof Top Rain Water Harvesting Through Trench With Recharge Well • In areas where the surface soil is impervious and large quantities of roof water or surface runoff is available within a very short period of heavy rainfall. the use of trench/ pits is made to store the water in a filter media and subsequently recharge to ground water through specially constructed recharge wells This techniques is ideally suited for area where permeable horizon is within 3m below ground level Recharge well of 100-300 diameter is constructed to a depth of at least 3.0 m diameter and 3.

  TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 87 . WQIs are also not very effective at removing pollutants such as nutrients or metals. The basic WQI design is often modified to improve performance. 1992). an oil separation chamber. debris. WQIs typically capture only the first portion of runoff for treatment and are generally used for pretreatment before discharging to other best management practices (BMPs). and other floatables that would otherwise be discharged to surface waters (Schueler. also commonly called oil/grit separators or oil/water separators. oil and grease. and many of the newer designs also include a coalescing unit that helps to promote oil/water separation. they have demonstrated limited ability to separate dissolved or emulsified oil from runoff. In addition. as shown in following Figure. While WQIs are effective in removing heavy sediments and floating oil and grease. consists of a sedimentation chamber. Most WQIs also contain screens to help retain larger or floating debris. A typical WQI. consist of a series of chambers that promote sedimentation of coarse materials and separation of free oil (as opposed to emulsified or dissolved oil) from storm water. except where the metals removal is directly related to sediment removal.Annexure 18 Water Quality Inlets Water quality inlets (WQIs). and a discharge chamber. Advantages and Disadvantages WQIs can effectively trap trash. a properly esigned and maintained WQI can serve as an effective BMP for reducing hydrocarbon contamination in receiving water sediments.

8 14.4 19.2 12.8 70 5.6 72 24 32 40 48 64 80 36 48 60 72 96 120 48 64 80 96 128 160 60 80 100 120 160 200 72 96 120 144 192 240 96 128 160 192 256 320 120 160 200 240 320 400 240 320 400 480 640 800 480 640 800 960 1280 1600 720 960 1200 1440 1920 2400 (Source: Rainwater Harvesting Techniques to Augment Ground Water .6 44.4 8 9.8 16 19.2 100 8 150 12 200 16 250 20 300 24 400 32 500 40 1000 80 2000 160 3000 240 200 3.4 8 9.4 16 24 32 40 48 64 80 160 320 480 300 400 500 600 800 1000 Harvested Water from Roof Top (Cum) 4.8 36 43.8 6.6 28.Annexure 19 Availability of Rain Water Through Roof Top Rain Water Harvesting Rainfall 100 (mm) Roof Top Area (Sq.6 12.2 64 21.2 9.2003.2 24 28.m) 20 1.4 48 16.8 22.2 50 4 60 4.2 25. Central Ground Water Board)   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 88 .6 32 38.6 12 14.8 56 19.4 90 7.4 51.6 11.6 30 2.4 28 33.8 38.8 16 7.8 6.6 12.2 57.6 32 12 16 20 24 32 40 14.4 19.2 24 9.4 40 3.2 4.6 80 6.2 25.

Cool air comes in contact with the warm inner surface of the tower. Wind towers work on the principle of changing air density in and around the tower. Due to small storage capacities. Increased wind velocity improves the performance of wind towers. dense air sinks through the tower and into living species (through vents and openings). It may be noted that wind towers are used only for summer cooling. top part of the tower and gets cooled. Wind towers can be combined with ground cooling to give better performance and have been used effectively in several buildings in the Middle East and West Asia. rises and is exhausted through openings.Annexure 20 Wind Towers Wind towers are generally used in hot and dry climates for cooling. Proper care should be taken to close the vents and openings during the winter. Wind towers operate in many ways depending on the time of day wind availability. This air in turn gets warmed up. hot ambient air comes into contact with the cool. (Source: Manual on norms and standards for environment clearance of large construction projects. evaporating cooling is used in conjunction with sensible cooling. During the night the reverse takes place. During daytime. The pressure difference thus created pulls the cool night air through the doors and windows into the building. Cool. sensible cooling may stop after several hours of operation on hot summer days. Wind towers can bring about a difference of 10150C in arid climates. MoEF)   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 89 . In order to improve the efficiency of its operation.

Soil and ground water samples should be tested to ascertain that there is no threat to ground water quality by leaching of heavy metals and other toxic contaminants from the site Any hazardous waste including biomedical waste should be disposed of as per applicable Rules & norms with necessary approvals of the Pollution Control Board The diesel generator sets to be used during construction phase should be low sulphur diesel type and should conform to E (P) Rules prescribed for air and noise emission standards. Topsoil excavated during construction activities should be stored for use in horticulture/landscape development within the project site. 4. 7.1. Annexure 21 Checklist . 13. use high quality double glass with special reflective coating in window should be planned 12. Optimal use of glass to reduce the electricity consumption and load on air-conditioning. Treatment of grey water by decentralized treatment 2. Adequate measures to reduce air and noise pollution during construction keeping in view of MoEF/CPCB norms 14.Construction Phase First Aid facility should be provided. Roof should meet prescriptive requirement as per Energy Conservation Building Code by using appropriate thermal insulation material to fulfill requirement. If necessary. 3. 10. 11. as plan submitted should be implemented   TOWNSHIPS & AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS 90 . Adequate drinking water and sanitary facilities should be provided for construction workers. Fixtures for showers. 6. toilet flushing and drinking should be of low flow either by use of aerators or pressure-reducing devices of sensor based control. Vehicles hired for bringing construction material to the site should be in good condition and should conform to applicable emission standards Storm water control and its re-use as per CGWA and BIS standards for various applications should be planned Separation of grey and black water should be done by the use of dual plumbing line. Rain water harvesting for roof run-off and surface run-off. 9. only in approved sites with the approval of competent authority. 5. 8. The safe disposal of wastewater and solid wastes generated during the construction phase should be ensured. Disposal of debris /muck during construction phase should not create any adverse effect on the neighboring communities and be disposed taking the necessary precautions for general safety and health aspects of people.