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China - Zhangjiakou Hohhot (ZhangHu) Railway Project : environmental assessment : Environmental assessment : executive summary (Inglês)

The development objective of the Zhangjiakou Hohhot (ZhangHu) Railway Project for China is to respond to existing and anticipated transport demand along the Hohhot-Zhangjiakou corridor by providing increased capacity for freight and passengers, and faster travel time and increased frequency of services for passengers. Negative measures include: land acquisition, relocation of houses, and livelihood impacts; impacts on community infrastructure; noise and vibration impacts; safety and connectivity especially in rural areas; and nuisances from construction. Mitigation measures include: a) proper design including alignment and site selection, adoption of buffer zone, civil structures that cause low noise and vibration, isolation wall, locating noise sensitive objects out of protection distance, proper noise management in construction field and explosive operation, etc; b) site selection principle for pollution sources such as boiler, control of fumes, dust and waste gas; c) general specifications for water usage and recycling, wastewater treatment and discharge, principles for treatment of oil containing, freight train washing, and domestic wastewater, etc; and d) principles of site selection for landfill, disposal of industrial and domestic waste.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2011/10/01

  • TIpo de documento

    Avaliação Ambiental

  • No. do relatório

    E2901

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    5

  • País

    China,

  • Região

    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

  • Data de divulgação

    2011/12/22

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Environmental assessment : executive summary

  • Palavras-chave

    resettlement action plan;solid waste pollution;protection zone;detailed environmental management;wildlife protection law;Environmental and Social Impact;mitigation measure;drinking water source protection;design of railway;Land Acquisition and Resettlement;water supply and sanitation;disclosure of information policy;social and economic development;access road;construction and operation;railway line;disposal site;soil erosion control;local water resource;analysis of alternatives;environmental protection authority;double track railway;physical cultural resources;Full Environmental Assessment;law and regulation;drinking water resource;social and environmental;solid waste control;Environmental Management Plan;air pollution control;natural ecological system;endangered wild animals;critical natural habitats;environment impact assessment;scheme will;surface water resource;large urban centers;codes of practice;biodiversity impact assessment;adjacent land use;source of financing;capacity building program;sensitive land use;urban master plan;urban land use;agricultural irrigation system;environmental management department;social security program;cultural heritage site;rural road network;impact of road;effect on people;cultural resource management;ground water source;awareness raising campaign;destruction of vegetation;water supply system;environmental protection engineering;environmentally sensitive site;environmental protection measures;surface water body;centralized traffic control;nature reserve;railway alignment;management authority;cultural relic;site selection;cross point;baseline data;environmental supervision;cumulative impact;land take;scenic areas;construction wastewater;resettlement plan;worker camp;Urban Planning;tunnel construction;land occupation;civil works;construction management;field survey;social issue;clean production;groundwater source;Safeguard Policies;safeguard policy;protected area;waste generation;groundwater level;construction site;ecological protection;national highway;linear infrastructure;social disturbance;noise level;natural reserve;restoration plan;passenger train;noise impact;noise barrier;rural area;wetland bird;geological condition;land compensation;railway development;environmental monitoring;natural environment;development zone;river section;forest park;Ethnic Minorities;alluvial plain;sensitive ecosystems;Temporary Work;monitoring program;cash compensation;Public Facilities;settlement staff;pollution source;local traffic;buffer zone;construction impact;urban structure;replacement cost;financial resource;railway corridor;support infrastructure;electric train;flood plain;grievance handling;market price;station location;resettlement impacts;resettlement arrangements;debris disposal;cultivated land;vehicular traffic;ethnic group;legal requirement;institutional responsibilities;resettlement cost;management regulation;camp locations;principal source;community for use;organizational structure;environmental design;impact analysis;natural hazard;project costing;remedial action;railway crossing;construction camp;involuntary resettlement;baseline research;social characteristic;affected villages;construction practices;tunnel entrance;annual precipitation;seismic risk;rock formation;minority group;engineering structure;site cleanup;external monitoring;compensation rate;grievance procedure;participation plan;local groundwater;resettlement strategy;water quality;resettlement requirements;extensive consultation;employment training;retaining wall;village group;ecological impact;emission standard;construction technique;cooking facilities;restoration measure;residential land;impact area;rolling stock;displaced person;transport accessibility;local transportation;administrative agency;market segment;endangered animals;wild plant;scenic spots;maintenance equipment;freight traffic;public consultation;research institute;special protection;income restoration;transport demand;railway capacity;freight market

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