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China - Sustainable Coastal Resource Development Project : environmental assessment : Environmental impact assessment report (English)

This is an environmental assessment for the Sustainable Coastal Resource Development Project for China, which improves the management of coastal zones and the sustainability of aquatic culture and marine culture, reconstructs prawn ponds, and upgrades the quality and safety of aquatic production. Negative environmental impacts and their mitigations include the following: Counter-measures for controlling the pollution of fisheries include dividing and developing fishery areas according to function; choosing suitable cultural organisms which are strongly adaptable; strengthening scientific research in this area; and enhancing the laws for environmental management in this field. Other mitigating measures include removing organic waste through pumping or pouring lime white to make a surface cover or bottom protective layer to reduce sediment pollution. Selecting particular species of marine life that can absorb and decompose fecal matter will help maintain water purity and foster aquaculture growth. Disinfectants will be used to reduce pathogenic microorganisms but these also kill other non-targeted organisms and reduce the stability of the ecological system and are harmful to humans. Inorganic nutrients in discharged wastewater can be reduced by rearing shellfish. Also aerators can be used and the wastewater drained from prawn ponds. Living sewage and industrial effluent will be discharged and contaminant drainage controlled. The second volume, addresses issues specifically following project restructuring.


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    East China Sea of Fisheries Research Institute Chinese Academy of Fisheries Science China

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    Environmental Assessment

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    East Asia and Pacific,

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    Environmental impact assessment report

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East China Sea of Fisheries Research Institute Chinese Academy of Fisheries Science China

China - Sustainable Coastal Resource Development Project : environmental assessment : Environmental impact assessment report (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.