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Azerbaijan - Second National Water Supply and Sanitation Project : environment assessment (Vol. 3) : Environmental impact assessment report for Agsu Rayon (Inglês)

The Second National Water Supply and Sanitation Project (NWSSSP) will address water supply and sanitation in 21 rayons across Azerbaijan, including some in the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic. The objective of the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for the NWSSSP is to ensure that the project proposed for World Bank financing is environmentally sound and sustainable and to ensure that the project interventions respond to requirements of the legislation of the Republic of Azerbaijan and the World Bank Safeguard Policies. Adverse impacts of the project will mainly occur at construction/installation phases (construction phase) and , majority of these impacts will be of temporary character. The key environmental risks during construction/operation period of project are, as follows: dust, raised from the roads at construction sites and from material, carrying trucks; waste water from construction/renovation sites; generation, disposal and destruction of solid wastes; Noise generated by machinery and equipment; Use of construction materials that may damage health; Discharge of toxic substances into atmosphere during welding, painting and other works; Impact on earth structure and soils; pollution of soil layer from fuel and lubricants and/and or water pollution; earthworks, removal of extra soils and other materials; Destruction or displacement of flora and fauna in ecologically sensitive areas; and hazard to health and safety to workers, conducting construction works and population. Generally, during operation of WSS system final impact is expected to be positive. However, certain impacts on environment may be expected during operation phase of WSS system too: smell (in case wastewater treatment is not carried out according to regulations); local ecological effects of off-take of water from new sources (in cases where this occurs); impact of potable water, waste (disposed) water and sludge on environment and on human health (particularly if treated water or sludge are used for agriculture), and possible impacts of operational failures during accidents and extra-ordinary situations.

Detalhes

  • Autor

    Azersu Joint Stock Company Mansimov , Mirzakha

  • Data do documento

    2010/11/01

  • TIpo de documento

    Avaliação Ambiental

  • No. do relatório

    E1781

  • Nº do volume

    3

  • Total Volume(s)

    16 (Ver todos os volumes)

  • País

    Azerbaijão,

  • Região

    Europa e Ásia Central,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/06/08

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Environmental impact assessment report for Agsu Rayon

  • Palavras-chave

    national water supply;Environmental and Social Impact;mitigation measure;waste water treatment plant;water supply and sewerage;preservation of natural resource;social point of view;consumer need;sustainability of water supply;water supply and sanitation;abstraction of drinking water;economical point of view;construction and operation;wastewater treatment plant;water distribution network;field survey;negative environmental impact;solid waste collection;air quality impact;surface water catchment;local economic growth;composition of output;state environmental;public water supply;maintenance and repair;discharge of wastewater;water supply facilities;Gravity Flow System;water distribution system;loss of property;water supply line;standard of living;drinking water distribution;provision of material;water quality analysis;degradation of environment;ground water resource;Drinking Water Standards;risk to health;capacity for operation;water borne disease;lack of mechanism;bad water quality;provision water;provision of water;water supply system;water and wastewater;high density polyethylene;soil erosion prevention;level of support;waste of water;sludge drying beds;water supply problem;Water Resource Management;analysis of alternatives;drinking water quality;surface water pollution;water demand projection;septic tank;environmental component;sewerage system;wastewater flow;site visits;construction site;public consultation;construction work;living condition;vulnerable area;cultural value;water reservoir;natural system;grievance procedure;groundwater data;iso 14001;natural habitat;acoustic impact;illegal connection;emergency measure;house connection;agricultural value;utility impact;government inspection;chlorine gas;land form;monitoring activity;environmental aspect;human security;literature review;water cleaning;habitat impacts;municipal area;vehicle access;drainage channel;environmental monitoring;drainage facilities;soil type;agricultural impact;accurate information;generate equipment;supply water;sewerage collection;construction phase;employment condition;infrastructure service;construction process;sludge disposal;environmental control;wastewater discharge;civil works;sea level;national requirement;individual expert;safety measure;tank trucks;toxic material;safe storage;adequate treatment;treated water;soil loss;sustainable use;rayon center;emergency maintenance;human impact;water issue;operation risk;seasonal work;monitoring procedure;sludge treatment;transmission line;tariff structure;water quantity;conservation measure;stakeholder consultation;consultation process;environmental issue;legal basis;ecological expertise;auditing company;monitoring responsibility;central department;Environmental Police;monitoring plan;evaluation process;adequate capacity;soil pollution;environmental consideration;socio-economic context;biophysical environment;social situation;natural environment;non-governmental organization;community level;environmental performance;policy requirement;social consideration;indirect impact;legal framework;Natural Resources;construction impact;institutional framework;project impact;international donor;chemical substance;stakeholder ownership;trouble shooting;manual handling;market economy;tariff rate;environmental standard;environmental condition;natural plants;assessment process;river bed;pumping station;sanitation investment;rural area;Population Density;soil structure;infiltration capacity;topsoil result;traffic blockage;upland area;private water;storage tank;steel pipe;balancing reservoir;manual operation;excavation work;energy cost;green cover;erosion process;sewer network;domestic activity;private well;connection rate;longer distance;open pit;sewer system;personal interest;fuel storage;minimum level;mountainous area;management mechanism;construction company;environmental consultant;mountain range;main river;project construction;population figures;discussion topic;annual flooding;private investment;drainage ditch

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