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India - Railway Regenerative Braking Project : environmental assessment (Vol. 14) : Final report of community environmental management plan (CEMP) for permanent resettlement site of MSDRC at Dindoshi (Inglês)

The development objectives of the Railway Regenerative Braking Project for India are contribute to development of sustainable urban transport by providing energy efficient braking technology in Electrical Multiple Units (EMUs); and reduce global emissions of carbon dioxide. Negative impacts include: air pollution, noise pollution, traffic management and road safety, construction vehicle/equipment exhaust, water quality, soil erosion, and storm water and drain maintenance. Mitigation measures include: 1) monitoring of noise levels at sensitive receptors as per monitoring plan, the plans shall include the installation of noise barriers, including additional road side plantation where practical; 2) all drains to be maintained and cleaned periodically; 3) exhaust emissions from all construction vehicles shall adhere to vehicle emission norms; 4) the work shall consist of measures as per design, or as directed by the engineer to control soil erosion, sedimentation and water pollution, through use of dikes, sediment basin, mulches, grasses, slope drains and other devices; 5) temporary contamination of creek water due to runoff from construction site, consisting of contaminants such as soil, sanitary wastes and oily wastes; and 6) traffic management plans shall be prepared, traffic control measures including speed limits to be enforced strictly traffic volume and speed to be monitored to record benefits achieved from the project.




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