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Cambodia - Provincial and Peri-Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Project (Vol. 19) : Initial environmental impact assessment report - Chheu Kach (M22) (English)

The Cambodia Provincial and Peri-Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Project's objective is to provide sustainable water supply and sanitation services to consumers in small towns and peri-urban areas. As such it will involve construction, expansion or rehabilitation of reservoirs, wells, intake structures, distribution networks, and treatment systems. Initial Environmental Impact Assessments have been prepared for each town involved. Impacts are likely to be in areas of protection of watersheds, wastewater discharge, and draw down of groundwater. Also, minor impacts from the general construction procedures are to be expected. Mitigations will include consultations with stakeholders as well as creation, implementation, and monitoring of environmental management and mitigation plans.


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    Radstake, Frank, Cambodia

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    Environmental Assessment

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    23 (See all volumes)

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    East Asia and Pacific,

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    Initial environmental impact assessment report - Chheu Kach (M22)

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Radstake, Frank Cambodia

Cambodia - Provincial and Peri-Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Project (Vol. 19) : Initial environmental impact assessment report - Chheu Kach (M22) (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.