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Georgia - Empowering Poor Communities and Micro-Entrepreneurs in the Georgia Tourism Sector Project : environmental assessment (Vol. 21) : Environmental and social screening report for arrangement of tourist information signs and picnic spots in Baghdati and Khoni municipalities (Inglês)

The development objective of the Empowering Poor Communities and Micro-Entrepreneurs in the Georgia Tourism Sector Project for Georgia is to generate employment and increase household incomes for poor and vulnerable communities in the Kakheti and Imereti regions by supporting them to: (i) start and grow micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises in the tourism sector, and (ii) implement small works for the conservation and maintenance of cultural heritage sites. Some of the negative impacts and mitigation measures include: waste collection and disposal pathways and sites will be identified for all major waste types expected from demolition and construction activities; mineral construction and demolition wastes will be separated from general refuse, organic, liquid and chemical wastes by on-site sorting and stored in appropriate containers; construction waste will be collected and disposed properly by licensed collectors; construction noise will be limited to restricted times agreed to in the permit; During operations the engine covers of generators, air compressors and other powered mechanical equipment shall be closed, and equipment placed as far away from residential areas as possible; if the building is a designated historic structure, very close to such a structure, or located in a designated historic district, notification shall be made and approvals/permits be obtained from local authorities and all construction activities planned and carried out in line with local and national legislation; it shall be ensured that provisions are put in place so that artifacts or other possible ‘chance finds’ encountered in excavation or construction are noted and registered, responsible officials contacted, and works activities delayed or modified to account for such finds; all recognized natural habitats, wetlands and protected areas in the immediate vicinity of the activity will not be damaged or exploited, all staff will be strictly prohibited from hunting, foraging, logging or other damaging activities; Active traffic management by trained and visible staff at the site, if required for safe and convenient passage for the public; and ensuring safe and continuous access to office facilities, shops and residences during renovation activities, if the buildings stay open for the public.

Detalhes

  • Autor

    Georgia

  • Data do documento

    2017/11/01

  • TIpo de documento

    Avaliação Ambiental

  • No. do relatório

    SFG3426

  • Nº do volume

    21

  • Total Volume(s)

    38 (Ver todos os volumes)

  • País

    Geórgia,

  • Região

    Europa e Ásia Central,

  • Data de divulgação

    2018/02/28

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Environmental and social screening report for arrangement of tourist information signs and picnic spots in Baghdati and Khoni municipalities

  • Palavras-chave

    road sign;tourist information;construction site;traffic and pedestrian;improvement of tourism infrastructure;construction and demolition waste;acquisition of land;construction work;Municipalities;wastewater treatment system;displacement of people;international good practice;flow of tourists;number of tourists;cultural heritage site;adverse environmental impact;drinking water system;pollution of soil;truck load limit;physical cultural resources;health care facility;health care facilities;surface water body;expropriation of land;personal protective gear;location of road;Waste Management;construction waste;mitigation measure;tourist maps;construction activities;medical waste;migratory bird;public consultation;protected area;biological farming;social impact;historic building;cadastral information;construction machinery;social condition;construction phase;large trees;demolition debris;wastewater system;national regulation;local population;sediment control;navigation system;storage facility;traffic diversion;disposal option;hazardous substance;warning signs;toxic ingredients;residential area;construction material;safe container;natural habitat;toxic substance;removed asbestos;security measure;asbestos material;building material;personal safety;social environment;town center;waste collection;waste type;chemical waste;historic structure;sanitary wastes;building site;receiving water;effluent quality;healthcare waste;transport activity;adjacent areas;waste dumps;local traffic;rush hour;livestock movement;safe passage;heavy traffic;infrastructure rehabilitation;local legislation;public activity;historic heritage;foreign visitors;demographic structure;agricultural product;safeguard specialist;accessible site;safety activity;private property;written permission;cultural monument;land acquisition;short term impact;natural environment;toxic material;socio-economic context;mechanical equipment;air compressor;site noise;Waste Material;open burn;consultation meeting;safety glass;land plot;main road;traffic disruption;noise machinery;safeguard policy;Safeguard Policies;adjacent wetlands;Public Services;land use;environmental screening;consultation process;standing trees;preventive measure;temporary storage;safeguard screen;positive impact;fruit tree;permanent loss;public use;short-term impact;local cuisine;tourist infrastructure;heritage protection;vibration level;background noise;pedestrian access;national legislation;historic district;access road;

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