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Kyrgyz Republic - Agribusiness and Marketing Project : environmental assessment (Inglês)

This environmental assessment for the Kyrgyz Republic Agribusiness and Marketing Project anticipates likely negative environmental impacts and proposes measures to mitigate them. Among impacts identified: Prevent loss of biodiversity and cultural features by avoiding priority protection areas and areas of little or no cultural significance. Select locations where noise, odor, or aesthetic nuisance to neighborhoods will be reduced. To reduce soil erosion, ensure worker awareness, adopt appropriate soil protection techniques, avoid exposing soil surfaces, conserve topsoil, and recover and replant, and landscape where appropriate when construction is completed. To minimize loss of soil productivity and contaminating groundwater, train workers in handling and storing fuels, lubricants, and chemicals; provide proper on-site storage facilities; and install toilets and transfer waste to municipal treatment facility. Operate during working hours only, and water access roads during dry periods to cut down on noise and dust. Dispose of construction waste and garbage at designated sites. Ensure that local people are aware of restricted access and arrange for alternatives. Instruct workers on safety, use signage, and barricade exposed areas. Provide protective clothing, effective use of disinfectants, and conduct sanitary inspections according to standards, including regulatory animal and meat inspection. Ground waste bone, meat , and offal into flour for animal feed, use blood for blood sausage, collect and treat other water and blood waste before disposing into municipal waste treatment systems, recycle manure and allow to mature in an impervious containment, apply manure as fertilizer for crop production or on pastures. Properly apply pesticides. Remove and recycle or effectively dispose of all toxic materials, complete demolition after recycling useful materials, and remove to a designated environmentally safe disposal site and bury clean and inert materials. Avoid escaping NH3, maintain sanitary conditions, and dispose of manure in a timely manner to reduce odors. Convert refrigerants from ozone depleting substances to a hydrofluorocarbon. To prevent groundwater depletion, apportion water and use efficiently. To reduce impacts from lead (lead solder used for can seams), use tin instead or adopt other appropriate sealing methods. To lessen risk to toxic chemicals modifying aquatic habitats, contain and treat effluent discharges, and store chemicals to prevent spills. To reduce surface water contamination, collect and treat whey (waste from cheese making) before discharge, and use for feedstock. To prevent food contamination, know origin of milk, use effective pasteurization process, conduct veterinary inspections, wear protective gear, and disinfect. Regularly inspecting markets, exterminating vermin, refrigerating meat and dairy products will prevent spread of disease and worker illness.


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    Kyrgyz Republic - Agribusiness and Marketing Project : environmental assessment

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