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Vietnam - Second Rural Energy Project : environmental assessment (Vol. 3) : Camau Province : environmental assessment (Inglês)

This is an environmental assessment for the Vietnam Second Rural Energy Project, which improves access to good quality, affordable electricity services in rural communities. The report assesses the likely negative environmental impacts and proposes measures to mitigate them. The report makes the following recommendations: Align route to avoid land acquisition and resettlement and provide compensation for project-affected households. Get approval for tree cutting on public lands and natural reserves. Remove, relocate, and/or compensate for loss of cultural property. Identify explosives and toxic waste locations and remove. Avoid tree cutting, replant if required for endemic and rare species, and avoid burning of wood residues. Cover trucks and avoid using heavy vehicles on rural roads. Dispose of construction waste at permitted dumpsites. Excavate erosion-prone areas during dry season only, fill in borrow areas, and install drainage works if needed to avoid erosion. Ensure that no PCBs or asbestos is used during construction. For temporary land loss, provide compensation, and rectify impact after construction. Restore temporary access roads to their pre-project state. Use water sprays on roads and piles of dirt and avoid night works in sensitive areas to reduce dust and noise. To prevent electricity hazards, make sure pertinent parts of system are turned off, and equip workers with protective clothing and approved safety tools. Provide latrines for workers. To minimize social impacts, hire local people, maintain relations with communities and unions, and remove and rehabilitate worker camp areas. Provide workers access to safety training and adequate medical facilities. To reduce safety hazards for the public, wage an information campaign. Control access to protected areas. To reduce petroleum, hazardous waste contamination, and solid waste production, develop and implement a maintenance plan for transmission and distribution structures.

Detalhes

  • Autor

    Power Construction Consulting Centre-PC1; PC2-Rural Energy Project Management Board, HoChiminh City; Power Design Centre, Da Nang; Roop & Associates, Hanoi

  • Data do documento

    2003/12/01

  • TIpo de documento

    Avaliação Ambiental

  • No. do relatório

    E959

  • Nº do volume

    3

  • Total Volume(s)

    28 (Ver todos os volumes)

  • País

    Vietnã,

  • Região

    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/07/01

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Camau Province : environmental assessment

  • Palavras-chave

    Environmental and Social Impact;area of forest;annual population growth rate;bidding document for work;compensation for environmental damage;gdp growth rate;construction and operation;transmission line;average annual rainfall;average annual temperature;economic growth rate;disposal of waste;remote rural area;conservation site;domestic water supply;environmental assessment policy;transmission and distribution;negative environmental impact;species of mammal;species of bird;water quality parameter;species of reptiles;foreign investment capital;protection of habitat;education and health;clean water supply;analysis of alternatives;vegetation type;evergreen forest;ground water quality;surface water quality;endangered species list;reduction of poverty;drinking water supply;power transmission capacity;health care regulation;people in poverty;poverty alleviation program;control of fire;construction phase;mangrove forest;ethnic group;rainy season;coastal line;peat soil;environmental standard;water pollution;high salinity;Multisectoral Commission of Indigenous Affairs;socio-economic development;noise pollution;environmental monitoring;mitigation measure;dry season;ecological zone;natural environment;agricultural land;information dissemination;river network;small industry;protected area;historical site;mangrove ecosystem;basic cost;canal system;access road;biological resource;infrastructural facility;soil erosion;environment protection;Population Density;main river;land use;canal network;vegetation species;public consultation;power network;mammal species;construction machine;residential land;natural reserve;fish species;river flow;air temperature;cultural site;ecological resource;school pupil;electrical supply;organic matter;main canals;dense population;electrical demand;forest land;industrial park;natural ecosystem;high fertility;river mouth;soil quality;ph value;suspended solid;baseline data;wetland conservation;estuarine ecosystem;aquatic animal;indigenous people;high rainfall;tropical climate;biological environment;Indigenous Peoples;project costing;distribution line;hazardous compounds;heavy metal;local management;groundwater quality;explosive material;medium voltage;economic sector;road transport;animal waste;Ethnic Minorities;sugar cane;environmental inspection;biophysical parameters;safety clearance;environmental performance;safety regulation;financial penalty;legal requirement;forest destruction;high-voltage transmission;social association;acceptable limit;pollution prevention;construction plans;electrical service;international environmental;environmental consideration;construction management;criminal penalty;project operation;external monitoring;environmental modification;Environmental Policy;environmental regulation;production activity;environmental deterioration;monitoring program;assessment methodology;project construction;site selection;construction site;environment management;industrial sanitation;environmental pollution;environmental component;Forest Management;relative humidity;bird sanctuary;affected households;small area;water bodies;increased demand;positive impact;fire hazard;project impact;coniferous forest;deciduous forest;field survey;plantation forest;cultural conservation;coast line;living standard;internal monitoring;baseline conditions;construction sector;electric line;institutional framework;local resident;fishery sector;administrative framework;residential area;remote area;construction material;construction activities;religious sites;soil stability;hydrological regime;legal framework;natural forest;terrestrial ecosystem;dominant species;air pollutant;involuntary resettlement;Electricity;Agriculture;

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