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India - Second Phase of the Uttar Pradesh Water Sector Restructuring Project : environmental assessment (Vol. 8) : Social and environmental assessment framework for entire Bundelkhand area of Uttar Pradesh : annexures (English)

The developmental objectives of the Second Phase of the Uttar Pradesh Water Sector Restructuring Project for India is: (i) setting up enabling institutional and policy frame work for water sector reform in the state for integrated water resources management (IWRM); and (ii) initiating irrigation, agriculture and drainage sub-sector reforms in the state to increase and sustain water and agricultural productivity. Negative impacts include: debris, waste material, drainage, soil erosion, waste dumping, water pollution, traffic, and noise. Mitigation measures include: 1) lead to planning and implementation of measures for soil fertility, soil erosion and waste dumping/utilization of waste for useful purposes; 2) lead to increased planning and implementation of measures for addressing water pollution, causes of pollution and surface and ground water quality, as well as the sources of pollution; 3) prevention of seepage losses and water logging monitoring water availability at the tail end, and top soil restoration using farm yard manure. Prevention of soil loss through bunding waste dumping at designated sites waste utilization for bio-composting; 4) reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions through alternate cropping, and monitoring of water quality measurement and reduction in pesticide consumption Assessment of chemical fertilizer consumption; 5) conjunctive use of water top soil restoration green plantation; 6) prevention of water logging waste dumping at designated place; 7) routine medical checkup of field staff and labors, provision of potable drinking water at site, provision of proper sewage and waste disposal system, and sanitation facilities have to be provided at the camp sites, and awareness program on HIV aids and other communicable disease may be provided to the work force; 8) proper ventilation may be provided in labor camps, and adequate precaution must be taken to prevent danger from electrical equipment's; and 9) limit hours of operation in populated areas, use of barriers to reduce exposure, all crusher used in construction should confirm to relative dust emission devises, low emission construction equipment, vehicles, and generator sets may be used, and provide sirens in vehicles to avoid any collision with human and animals.

Details

  • Document Date

    2013/02/08

  • Document Type

    Environmental Assessment

  • Report Number

    E4042

  • Volume No

    8

  • Total Volume(s)

    8

  • Country

    India,

  • Region

    South Asia,

  • Disclosure Date

    2013/02/08

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Social and environmental assessment framework for entire Bundelkhand area of Uttar Pradesh : annexures

  • Keywords

    regulatory authority;Soil and Water Conservation;integrated water resources management;Environmental and Social Safeguard;Flood Control and Management;active participation of woman;intensity of land use;change product;resettlement and rehabilitation;environmental policy framework;built up area;social and environmental;transfer of water;resolution of conflicts;scarce water resource;loss of biodiversity;stratospheric ozone depletion;global climate change;water borne disease;participation of stakeholder;river basin planning;ground water resource;reduction in time;adequate compensatory measure;acquisition of land;roads and highway;Water Resource Management;duties of citizens;flora and fauna;emissions from production;special economic zone;export processing zone;Oil &Gas;storage of good;local land use;emissions from incineration;ground water quality;water resource allocation;surface water availability;productivity of forests;quality of water;state forest policy;damage to forests;management of state;source of energy;ground water area;depletion of groundwater;Participatory Irrigation Management;synthetic organic chemical;enactment of legislation;resettlement planning process;case of mine;catchment area treatment;conservation of biodiversity;public consultation process;quality of environment;public hearing;production capacity;Industrial Estate;Power Generation;mining lease;construction work;affected persons;ecological balance;social justice;sponge iron;agricultural land;social forestry;conjunctive use;soil erosion;environmental concern;protected area;biological diversity;water bodies;fuel wood;application form;legal framework;concession area;mining area;tree cover;tribal population;adequate provision;process industry;written request;rural transportation infrastructure;environmental aspect;forest land;construction material;environmental stability;pet coke;offshore structure;sea traffic;transport route;traffic movement;transmission line;coke oven;natural environment;eligibility criterion;constitutional provision;environmental law;sustainable use;land cover;environmental consideration;liquid effluent;soil testing;underground work;Coral Reef;drainage system;manufacturing process;environmental consequence;genetic diversity;Legal responsibility;mineral production;perceived risk;mineral exploration;generation capacity;vulnerable group;hospital patients;commercial waste;short supply;industrial process;sewage sludge;effluent treatment;water supplies;demolition waste;contaminated soil;native species;alien species;agricultural waste;restoration work;land surface;noxious substance;materials handling;cooling system;construction activities;hazardous chemical;air port;territorial water;petroleum refining;land acquisition;aerial ropeways;cement plant;heavy metal;physical changes;polluted areas;Cultural Heritage;international boundary;perennial streams;exploitation of ground water;capacity addition;land-use policy;living condition;disease vector;irrigation system;confidential information;living standard;human beings;replacement cost;biophysical limits;good governance;radical reform;environmental balance;Irrigated Agriculture;judicial interpretation;precautionary approach;polluter pays;environmental resource;international commitment;adequate information;water sector;environmental standpoint;fresh water;Regulatory Bodies;deliberate concealment;natural justice;lease area;production operation;water use;secondary data;regulatory body;clearance process;environmental study;remedial measure;national resource;competent authority;commercial complex;participatory approach;institutional mechanism;drought-prone area;transparent manner;national defence;local situation;forest policies;farm forestry;degraded lands;tribal people;shifting cultivation;ecological aspects;forest extension;forestry education;forestry research;ecological stability;drainage basin;environmental damage;natural heritage;natural forest;genetic resource;sanitation needs;health hazard;desert area

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India - Second Phase of the Uttar Pradesh Water Sector Restructuring Project : environmental assessment (Vol. 8) : Social and environmental assessment framework for entire Bundelkhand area of Uttar Pradesh : annexures (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/339181468269135184/Social-and-environmental-assessment-framework-for-entire-Bundelkhand-area-of-Uttar-Pradesh-annexures