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China - Global Environment Facility (GEF) Large City Congestion and Carbon Reduction Project : environmental assessment (Vol. 2) : Environment management plan : Chengdu (English)

The development objective of the Global Environment Facility (GEF) Large City Congestion and Carbon Reduction Project is to alleviate traffic congestion and to achieve Green-house Gases (GHG) emission reduction in selected large cities in China, through demonstration of options for public transport improvement and travel demand management. Negative measures include: dust, noise pollution, water quality, impacts on ecology, and social disturbance. Mitigation measures include: a) noise control should be well managed by construction supervisor. Noise detecting devices should be in place to ensure noise emission is within acceptable range; b) construction work should be done step-by-step. The use of earth ground should be balanced. Vegetation should not be destroyed whenever is possible; c) construction operators should choose equipments and transportation vehicles in accordance with national health protection standards to ensure that emissions meet relevant standards. Transportation should avoid peak hours; d) heavy loaded or assault transportation should take place during night time and minimize pollution; e) wastewater generated from construction work and sewage should not be discharged into farmland, arable land, irrigation canals and rivers; and f) the construction work should be carried out within red lines. Soil and construction materials should not be stored near the site.

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  • Document Date

    2012/07/01

  • Document Type

    Environmental Assessment

  • Report Number

    E3072

  • Volume No

    2

  • Total Volume(s)

    3

  • Country

    China,

  • Region

    East Asia and Pacific,

  • Disclosure Date

    2012/07/23

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Environment management plan : Chengdu

  • Keywords

    construction work;construction site;physical cultural resources;environment management;public transport infrastructure;public transport share;environmentally sensitive site;environment protection standards;sustainable urban transport;test and evaluation;cultural resource protection;dry weather conditions;public transport network;construction material;civil engineering;green area;residential area;parking space;dust generation;construction waste;heavy load;transportation routes;Urban Infrastructure;pedestrian lane;project duration;traffic condition;pricing policy;transport demand;road section;environment monitoring;cultural relic;noise emission;inspection program;transit operation;emission datum;carbon emission;emission testing;water protection;noise management;Traffic Safety;safety education;dust pollution;noise control;ground surface;construction time;dust control;land occupation;irrigation canal;discharge standard;washing water;steel plates;transportation Vehicles;environment department;asphalt mixing;environment regulations;pollution prevention;passenger volume;public inspection;bus lane;inspection responsibility;bus line;management policy;Traffic Control;safety reason;traffic separation;public support;traffic information;transport management;pedestrian bridge;transport emission;signal control;severe weather;soil erosion;arable land;Public Transit;data collecting;security policy;management regulation;machine operator;intelligent transport;evaluation standard;commercial company;domestic environment;commercial operation;social life;bus station;

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China - Global Environment Facility (GEF) Large City Congestion and Carbon Reduction Project : environmental assessment (Vol. 2) : Environment management plan : Chengdu (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/181011468240572637/Environment-management-plan-Chengdu