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Ethiopia - Urban Local Government Development Project (ULGDP) : environmental assessment (Vol. 6) : Jimma sanitary landfill environmental and social impact assessment report (English)

The objective of the Urban Local Government Development Project (ULGDP) for Ethiopia is to support improved performance in the planning, delivery and sustained provision of priority municipal services and infrastructure by urban local governments as well as contributes to the implementation of the government's urban development and urban good governance programs. Negative impacts include: disruption of traditional lifestyles, displacement of housing or farms or involuntary resettlement, loss of natural areas and important habitats, damage to valuable historic resources, noise, dust, contamination of water, soil erosion, landslides, and accidents. Mitigation measures include: (i) working with affected communities to anticipate and planning for enhanced access to and demand on local public infrastructure and services; (ii) purchasing of replacement land and resettlement of affected people; (iii) locating and designing borrow or quarry sites for erosion control during road construction and future maintenance operations; (iv) implementing dust control measures such as wetting dirt roads, truck washing for trucks exiting site, and monitoring dust emissions; (v) avoiding areas of cultural, historical, or religious significance; (vi) planting 30 meter tree buffer strips between road and surrounding habitation; (vii) stabilizing the road surface with gravel and other rocky surfacing materials; (viii) using surface drainage controls and mulch on vulnerable surfaces and slopes; and (ix) constructing basic speed bumps and employ traffic signs wherever possible.

Details

  • Document Date

    2013/02/01

  • Document Type

    Environmental Assessment

  • Report Number

    E1844

  • Volume No

    6

  • Total Volume(s)

    13 (See all volumes)

  • Country

    Ethiopia,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2013/04/30

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Jimma sanitary landfill environmental and social impact assessment report

  • Keywords

    Solid Waste Management;urban water supply and sanitation;access to safe drinking water;solid waste management system;water supply and sanitation system;water supply and sanitation service;water supply and sanitation strategy;solid waste disposal facility;Environmental and Social Safeguard;social and economic development;maintenance of water supply;international human rights law;construction of access road;millennium development goal;mitigation measure;sanitary landfill;land use;solid waste storage;public health;illness and death;poor waste management;construction and operation;operation and management;city resident;pollution source;public health authority;hazardous chemical waste;food quality control;hectare per year;chemical oxygen demand;water quality control;expropriation of land;rural land use;site selection process;transmission of disease;solid waste collection;biochemical oxygen demand;land use plan;liquid waste management;air quality impact;human health risks;high density polyethylene;sanitary landfill design;sanitary landfill site;human resource development;access to hardware;Environmental Management Plan;total suspended solid;physical cultural resources;responsibility of governments;public health protection;environmental monitoring system;groundwater monitoring well;loss of land;collection of waste;waste management problem;environmental management technique;growth and development;hazardous solid waste;human rights obligation;natural resource base;improper disposal;health problem;Safeguard Policies;safeguard policy;city health;environmental pollution;river course;improved sanitation;open dump;Land Fill;commercial areas;collected waste;dump site;waste handling;water bodies;septic tank;administrative structure;intestinal parasite;ground slope;community awareness;site sanitation;adequate facility;rainy season;transfer facility;inadequate waste;leachate treatment;disposal practice;dry season;federal level;awareness raising;waste segregation;disposal site;human beings;monitoring plan;surface water;technology option;urban ecosystem;agricultural land;industrial worker;local flora;public money;Air Safety;respiratory infection;polluted water;land administration;aquatic weed;water surface;ecological resource;civil society;common treatment;landfill designer;project finance;environmental development;commercial center;institutional responsibilities;environmental performance;recreational area;Electric Power;socioeconomic status;drainage canal;Waste Material;commercial establishments;river stream;health hazard;institutional source;biodegradable waste;waste generation;municipal vehicle;moisture content;property price;daily average;disposal method;untreated waste;diesel stations;negative effect;garbage dump;burn waste;secondary sources;international environmental;injury rate;special care;toilet facility;skill profile;disposal procedures;road map;healthy environment;faecal contamination;preventive impact;safe management;national strategy;human excreta;Health policies;operational practices;site management;construction phase;working condition;coherent framework;safe disposal;sustainable management;integrate water;sampling location;environmental data;biological environment;environmental issue;waste dumping;productive use;employment opportunities;employment opportunity;landfill cell;vegetative cover;leachate collection;monitoring program;waterproof membrane;stabilization pond;treated effluent;auxiliary services;baseline data;population size;positive impact;noise impact;grazing land;Traffic Accident;international policy;environmental agency;urban periphery;operational procedure;Environmental Safety;natural barrier;environmental risk;site operation;operational measures;beneficial use;farm land;biological features;dump liquid;carbon dioxide;qualitative analysis;polyvinyl chloride;sea level;free water;institutional framework;legal framework;Land tenure;environmental condition;climatic condition;environmental analysis;urban population

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Ethiopia - Urban Local Government Development Project (ULGDP) : environmental assessment (Vol. 6) : Jimma sanitary landfill environmental and social impact assessment report (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/190901468255279392/Jimma-sanitary-landfill-environmental-and-social-impact-assessment-report