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China - Yangtze Basin Flood Control Project : environmental impact assessment (Vol. 2) (Inglês)

The Yangtze Basin Flood Control Project will rehabilitate the main dikes along the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River in Hunan, Hubei, Jiangxi provinces. This environmental impact assessment report identifies the significant environmental issues, evaluates the potential hazards for creating adverse impacts, and delineates the environmental measures needed to prevent and mitigate such adverse effects. Most of the construction areas in this project are in serious schistosomiasis hazard areas. Measures taken to protect construction workers include medical examination, snail killing, provision of safe drinking water, medicine, and protection clothes. The use of the borrow pit at Basaigedi will be eliminated in order not to disturb the Saicheng Lake migratory birds. Construction workers will be prohibited from entering the Lake area. Wastewater produced by earth borrowing, sand, and aggregate processing system usually contains pollutants and treatment facilities must be set up. To reduce air pollution, oil burning machines must be kept in good condition and equipped with dust- or tail-gas removal device if necessary. Spraying of water will reduce dust. To reduce noise pollution, using of althorns are not permitted, and construction operation must be properly scheduled to avoid disturbance to local residents. The report also shows that the project impact on global warming and biodiversity is negligible.

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  • Autor

    Research Institute for Yangtze Water Resources Protection Hunan Water Conservancy & Hydropower Survey & Design Institute Hubei WaterConservancy & Hydropower Survey & Design Institute Jiangxi Water Conservancy & Hydropower Survey & Design Institute Jiangxi Environment Protection Research Institute

  • Data do documento

    2000/03/31

  • TIpo de documento

    Avaliação Ambiental

  • No. do relatório

    E291

  • Nº do volume

    2

  • Total Volume(s)

    3

  • País

    China,

  • Região

    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/07/01

  • Nome do documento

    China - Yangtze Basin Flood Control Project : environmental impact assessment

  • Palavras-chave

    reduction in flood losses;reconstruction and rehabilitation;benefits from flood control;solid waste pollution control;rehabilitation need;flood control measure;water resource;loss of income;environmental protection measures;mode of production;flood diversion area;degree of mechanization;control of land;flood control program;medical care system;water and electricity;differences in results;income from land;law and regulation;flood control improvement;Solid Waste Management;design of water;net present value;department of finance;construction and operation;flood water level;public insurance system;areas of production;flood control system;foreign capital;river channel;civil works;resettlement program;construction material;flood problem;benefit stream;Flood Prevention;maximum flood;geological condition;tertiary industry;steel bar;construction area;land occupation;snail control;pump station;fish pond;domestic fund;reinforced concrete;storage capacity;working day;construction period;slope protection;project construction;agricultural production;flood disaster;flood storage;water conservancy;forest plantation;environmental monitoring;baseline conditions;diversion works;sensitivity analysis;bank failure;fill material;financial group;Resettled Population;clean water;local condition;return period;detention basins;construction schedule;institutional system;bank finance;price level;benefit-cost analysis;protected area;dike failure;storage area;failure risk;project plan;flood level;exchange rate;environmental benefit;soil texture;tax system;shadow price;resettlement area;flood risk;flood season;flood flow;flood peak;cultural relic;discharge capacity;aquatic ecology;public health;aquatic life;environmental accident;high flood;special treatment;plant seed;conserve water;schistosomiasis control;living condition;local resident;dry season;important component;construction site;exploitation area;land transportation;process system;power network;tap water;construction excavation;flood period;residential land;water conservation;land allocation;Technical Training;command system;production activity;land resource;land resources;sample survey;budget allocation;land use;Exchange Rates;weak section;basin flood;peak discharge;tax incentive;power supply;adequate housing;support measure;host population;settlement period;local flood;Farm Subsidy;budget provision;agriculture accounting;gross output;river system;big river;Electric Power;financial balance;tax privileges;residential area;income source;resettlement villages;transition period;rural land;national policy;land acquisition;compensation provision;Host Communities;agricultural income;administrative requirement;rural area;soil erosion;transmission line;river flow;earthwork excavation;downtown area;road shoulder;shallow covering;trunk pipe;construction supervision;financial evaluation;engineering group;concrete surface;flood damages;dramatic reduction;erosion prevention;temporary resettlement;flood emergency;grass plant;flood hazard;vegetable land;protection work;conservative assumption;concrete wall;property loss;

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