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Tamil Nadu Road Sector Project
EMP TNRSP 02
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER -1
INTRODUCTION ................................................
1
II
PROJECTBACKGROUND
I
12
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSM\IENTS IN THE PROJECT
2
13
CLEARANCE RE-QUIREMfENTS FOR THE PIROJECT
3
CHAPTER - 2 BASELINE AND IMPACTS SUMIMARY ................................................
6
2I
PHYn-SICAL RESOLIRCES
6
22
\XVATER RESOURCES
6
23
AIR QUALITY
7
24
NOISE LEVELS
7
25
BIOLOGICAL ENV\\IRONM\fENT
7
26
SOCIO ECONOMIIC EN\'IRONMfENT
8
CHAPTER - 3
MITIGATION
M
EASURES ........................................
10
3 1
PRE-CONSTRUCTION STAGE
10
32
CONSTRUCTION STAGE
10
33
OPERATION STAGE
11
34
OTHER ACTIVITIES OF THE PIU
11
CHAPTER - 4
ENHANCEMENT
MEASURES .........................................
29
4 1
SURFACE WATER BODIES
29
42
CULTURAL PROPERTIES
30
43
CONPdfUINITYnAND INCIDENT-IL SPACES
32
44
ENHL-ANCEMENTS CONSIDERED UNDER TNRSP 02
32
CHAPTER - 5
MONITOM
RINGEASURES .........................................
34
3I
PERFOR.\L\ANCE INDICATORS
34
;2
MONITORING PLANS
35
33
REPORTING SYSTEM
38
CHAPTER - 6 IMPLEMENTATION ARRANGEMENTS
..........................................
41
6I
ORIENTATION OF M\EMBERS OF THfE ENVIRONM\fENTAL CELL
41
62
ADDITIONAL TRAINING PROGRAM\M\nE FOR L-\NDUSE NLANAGEMENT
42
(3
INTElGRATION OF EMP \WITI-I PROJECT
43
CHAPTER - 7 BUDGETARY PROVISIONS .................................................
45
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LIST OF TABLES
Table 1 1
Contract Packages along the upgradation routes
Table 1.2
Treatments Proposed along road links and b,passes
Table 1 3
Statutory Clearances obtained
Table 1 4
Environmental clearances requlred during construcnon
Table 3 1
Environmental Mlanagement Measures
Table 4 1
1ist of Enhancements under TNRSP 02
Table 5 1
Performance Indicators for TNRSP 02
Table 5 2
Environmental 'Monitoring Plan
Table 5 3
List of MJonitonng Stations
Table 5 4
Table 7 1
.
Summary Details of Reporting Forrnats
Environmental Budgetary Provisions for TNRSP 02
LIST OF FIGURES
Figure 1.1
Figure 3.1
Figure 6 1
N
OR.
Corndors for Upgradation in TNRSP
Blocks along Eastern Corndor
Organogram
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VOLUME II: APPENDICES - TNRSP 02
LIST OF APPENDICES
.Appendix I 1
Proposed Improvemcrnt to Upgradation Corridors
Appendix 1 2
Condiuons of Clearance by TNPCB and MoEF
Appendix 1 3
Recommended Design Changes
Appendix 3 1
Guidehnes for Siting & Operation of Borrow -Areas
Appendix 3 2
Criteria for Ev aluauon of Borrow Areas by Supervision Consultants
Appendix 3 3
Excerpts from Tamil Nadu Mlinor Mineral Concession Rules, 1959
Appendix 3.4
Guidelines for Siting & LaVout of Construction Camps
Appendix 3 5
Natural Habitat Management Plan
Appendix 3 6
Gutdclines for Identification of Debris Disposal Sites
Appendix 3 7
SpeciFications of safet- appliances for construction workers
Appendix 3 8
Roadside \NWater Bodies along TNRSP 02
Appendix 3 9
List of Major Bridges in TNRSP 02
Appendlx 3 10
Locauon for Double Glazing of Wtndows of Sensitive Receptors
Appendix 3.11
Cultural Properties Management Plan
Appendlx 3 12
Landscaping Strategy for TNRSP 02
Appendix 3 13
Guidelines for Redevelopment of Borrow Areas
Appendix 3.14
.
lap of Idenutfied Quarrv Locauons
Appendix 3 15
Modifications to MIoRTH Clause 1 11, Measures for Safeguarding Environment
Appendix 4 1
Enhancements Drawings
Appendix 4 2
BoQs & Specifications of Enhancements and NMitgation Measures
Appendix 5 1
Environmental Reporting System
Appendix 6.1
Training Mlodules
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Uamtl Nadu Road Sector IProject
ABREVIATIONS
2JLGS
21.MR
21iRl
21,SS
\(A
\Di
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1)>
ASI
( ()
2 ILne Gra el shouldcr,
2 I ne Minor Rcai gnmncnt
2 L.Ane Rural Realignment
21 ane Scalcd Shoulders
\ miitant ConLer ator of Il,rc,t
\,manr Dli\imonal l ngminer
\i>i\ t 1 I Tl
\rrcqLrTd
(:.,rbonx
Do 1&C(1
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LCR
IAA
I-IRR
hIS
1-\11
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i R\1I1
\>ridri mii
\ of India
\rchaeological Sur
r<nono%,J
irridor-it Imr-ct
Cii
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CRZ
DoIL
er
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11in1L.11un I)eLicfiC11C
(.rntral Pl)Ilute n (ontrol Bord
(CoastalRegulation Zonc
I)epartment ot l:n iron)mLIlt
l)partment of lo\ n and Countri- Planning
I nivironmrnLal \ssessmenr
Coa t Road
Cast
I: ironmentil Impact \ssessmCnt
I cononic intemral Rate of Return
Fn\ ironmental Impact StatCment
Ieivironmtntal Management Plan
1tihanced Pcnodic Maintciance
I:n\-ironmenral & RLeettiLemnt Managcment
lalIn For Maintenance
ofr
M [aintenance Roads
C;olN
l-IC
I-ID
INR
I PC
IRC
IS
NIDR
MoEF
N\A\Q
NI-i
NOC
NOODR
P \i-1
P1AP
I'CC
Proicct .\ffLCtLd I-louschold
Iroject \ffectcd PeOpIe
I'roject Coordinating Consultants
i'D
PI
lPI
larostct Director
Performance indicators
PUC
PoiLiutson Unidcr Ciintrol
1PW1D
Rj&R
RA P
Ri
I'i blic \Vork DepIrtment
RLsLttlcment md Reh iblhtation
Ro,\\
Right of \Wav
Rl'Mi
RLIpIrabie PiirtiCuLiati
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SLCtoral I n\ iroimentrLAI
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State I liglim a,
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State Iolluton Cointrol Boaird
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sbUspended
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FN \VI)
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Go-cmment of amil Nadu
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Indian Nauonal Rupees
Intenm Pa ment CLrtificate
Indian Road Congrcss
Indian Standards
Major Di-tnct Roads
Mlinmetr\ of nI tronmcnt and lore,te
National \mbiLnt Air Qualit Standards
Natiomial Hligh\x av
No-objection Certificates
Oxidcs of Nitroigen
Other Dctnct Roads
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CHAPTER - 1
1.1
INTRODUCTION
PROJECT BACKGROUND
The Highw-vas Department (HD), Government of Tamil Nadu (GoTN) is undertaking Tamil
Nadu Road Sector Project (TNRSP) wilth World Bank (\XB) loan assistance Tlle project
involves upgradation of 743 4 km and maintenance of 2600 km of state roads. T'he upgradation
component has been divided into four contract packages to be implemented in the first phase
These include the Northern corridor (TNRSP 01) 397 lkm long' and the Eastern Corridor
(TNRSP 02, TNRSP 03 and TNRSP 04) along the eastern coast for a length of 334 3 km The
ll 2km long Ramanathapuram b%,pass (TNRSP05) is likely to be implemented in subsequent
phase of the project. A total of 142 bypasses totaling a length of 106 6 km have been planned as
part of the upgradation component. The contract packages and proposed lengths along
upgradation routes are presented in Table 1.1. Implementation of the improvements proposed
is to be carried out in a single phase
Table 1.1: Contract Packages along the Upgradation Routes
Contract
Package
Corridors
Description
Length (krm)
01 - 1_
oI -p
Chidambaram bipass
Surka/hi b! pass
16 9
88
'I'NRSP 01
01 - N
01 - N
01 - S
01 - S
.\rcor - Polur - I- lax-anasur
I'olur - Chcngarn
\ ridhachallarn - Waiankondain - I hirus arur
ai amkondam - Arn alur
152
45 1
131 5
43 6
'I'NRSP 02
02
Nagapartinam- Ka-ttuma;-adi
116 6
'I'NRSI' 03
TINR1P 04
FNIRSP 05
03
04
05
Katrtumai ad, -Ramanathapurarn
rlanaiarhapuran
- 'I'uricorifi
Ranlaariapuirain Bxpas,
99 8
117 9
11 2
743.4
5
Total
This Environmental Management Plan (EMfP) pertains to Contract Package TNRSP 02 The
116 6 km long contract package TNRSP 02, consists of the following road ilnks and bypasses:
*
Nagapattinam - Ttruppundc
*
Tiruppundi - Tiruthuraippundi
*
Tiruthuraippundi - Nianora
*
-Manora - Katrumavadi
*
Bypasses at three towns, namely Nagapattinam, Tiruthuraippundi and Niuthupet
''NRSi' 01 t; further uLbdi;idLd itint INRSI' i0l (I ). INRs>1 01 (N) and INR.' Il
2
iwivronrlniiraj \,>,mciMr tOr ,R:manarliapuraim B;p:
(S)
- hill be catnr1d out in; utbsequenit phla.L ofthic project
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1.2
l.NiP TNRSP 02
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENTS IN THE PROJECT
To assist the GoTN in the project preparation, Mi/S Kinhill Ptv Ltd were appointed as the
Project Co-ordinating Consultants (PCC) The PCC wvere entrusted the mandate of
prioritization of corridors for improvement and preparation of designs for the same As part of
the project preparation, E.-\/SA for the project have been prepared A Sectoral Environmental
Assessment (SEA) was conducted to analyze the vider environmental ISSUeCS in the project
Subsequentl-, Environmental Impact Statemerts (ElIS) and Environmental Management Plans
(EiNIP) were prepared for the individual upgradation corridors To address the Resettlement and
Rehabilitation (R&R) issues, a Resettlement Action Plan (RAP) was prepared by thle PCC
TNRSP has been classified as a Category "A" projects due to its cumulative magnitude of
environmental and social impacts In accordance witlh the requirements of Category A projects
of the \W"orld Bank, an Independent RevieW3 of the Environmental and Social assessments in
the project has been conducted This report addresses the gaps and deficiencies identified by
the independent review The ENIP prepared is based on the outcome of consolidated EA
Report
1.2.1
TREATMENTS PROPOSED
The treatments proposed along the links and by.passes in TNRSP 02 are listed in Table 1.2.
The cross-sections and description of each of these trvo4 treatment options are presented in
Appendix 1.1. The proposed improvements will vield a 7m wide undivided carriagewav and
hard / soft shoulders for slow-moving traffic For each of the treatments three variauons of the
cross sections as rural, village and urban are considered Accordingly, alternative cross-sections
have been designed to fit the roadside conditions encountered. Treatments proposed for the
corridors under different packages of TNRSP are Indicated in Figure 1.1
Table 1.2: Treatments proposed along road links and bypasses
Package
Si No.
Section
Ti\N1(SIP 02
I
Length in km
2I.SS
14 3
2
'I'irulpputndi - Irtirturaipundi
21.MR
22
I
4
I
iruihUriipundi
- MAniorn
Nian,orn - KairmianUadt
21.l\tI
21.,\1R
43 i8
17 M
5N ga
6
,___________
rrinam [Ii
,it
IrL1IhUraIrpuIdli\h pa'
I ILII I L t Brp 'l
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I/S II. I \ \
tolea S ucthl
and conohlidatrion nt I \/S \
4
Treatment option
Nagpatrtinam - liruppundi
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bLcn
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21
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21.iIR
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1.3
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TNRSI'
ri
02
CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PROJECT
The HD, GoTN has obtained all requisite environmental clearances (detailed in Table 1.3) for
the project implementation. The FID has complied with the conditions laid down in these
clearances and is committed to fulfilling the requirements during project implementation The
conditions of clearance bv TNPCB and N%loEF are given in Appendix 1.2
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Table 1.3: Statutory clearances obtained
S No.
Statute under wvhich Clearance
Statutorv Authoritv
\lini,rn
l ni rlonmnntal lInIpact
l-t 1n irOlInlnt
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(GLri0nl
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India
'iTamil
,
Current stattus of clearance
is required
6"
\-L-.mLnt Notiocatlm,n
1994
iii
21100 for I ,rtrn (,orridor
- 04)I
(,, N RSP
.IuLd under I P' \ct 1986
Nadu
\\
P0llu1rin
Con ttrolI13'ard
.rLr
(P'&(C')
\ct. 194 &
\ir (P'&(C'P) \cr 19t41
3orLst Department.
( iri.iranon of Forstsr
Gore-in"ent of I amil Nadu
1'981
(lared. 15
\p'ril 1999 tfor Il ai-rn
corridor
\cr.
NOC obtained for progre`s ot
oni 11-)8-201)0
siorks
Apart from the clearances for overall project works, it is included in the contract documents
that the contractors obtain required clearances from various agencies for operating his
equipment and carnring out construction The statutory requirements under which the
contractor has to obtain clearances are listed in Table 1.4.
Table 1.4: Environmental clearances required during construction
Sl.
No.
No.
Construction Activity for
whistruchtcl
n Actrequired
which clearance required
Statttorv Authoritv
Statute under which Clearance is required
I-lor mi. plants, Crushers
and batching plants
I'amil Nadu State Pollution
control board
Air (P&CP)
Discharge from
con'truction acmritics
1timil NadoLStare PollutMon
Control 13oard
Waicr P&CP
Storage. handling and
Storage
hadhng lnd
transport of ha/ardou,
matcrials
Iam I N ad u S rare Pollu tion
:anil
oadu
(Control B3oard
4
Sanld AMining, quarrics and
borroxw areas
DepartmLnt of Geologi and
Miniiing, G;ot of Tamil NadoL
I'amil Nadu
;
(rliund
'ublic \'iork DcparrmLnt
(GroUnd \Vati-r)
I'amil Nadu Ground \\ater D)eXliipicnr \nd
75lanagim-Mlt \ct 201))0 -
I'
i-niNad int tarePolu
I ti,n
o
(.ionrriil B3o.rd
I laardi u \VastLe
Rule', 1989
3
,,
arer e\tracetn
Diipo'al of b(rUMmiM ii
\_%ares
1981
\.
\ct, 974
I la/ardous Waste. (Managcmtnt and Handling)
Rule,, 1989)
\ManufactUre, StoragL and Import of l-lazardou,
(Chemicalk RuIe'. 1989
mlinmor
Muineral Conriccion Ruls,
1959 lCorrected upto 31 3 201111
5l
X
(Mlanagigm,nt and I-landling)
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CHAPTER - 2 BASELINE AND IMPACTS SUMMARY
2.1
PHYSICAL RESOURCES
Package TNRSP 02 passes througLh predominantly plain terrain and no substantial cut-and-Fill
operations are planned H-lence, the: overall impact on the phvsiographv of the area vill be
limited.
The route traverses througlh Low Damage Risk Zone (seismic zone VI) as defined bx the
vuInerabiiity zoning system
Soils along the package comprises of two main ty-pes Red Sandy and Reddish Brown Loam and
Black Cotton No leachate or pollutants wvere identified in the soils along the package
The borrow material vill be collected from roadside ponds and tanks apart from designated
borroxv areas. Borroxving is to be carried out in accordance to the guidehnes laid out in IRC-101961 and redevelopment of borrowv areas will be carried out as a part of project
implementation
Only existing quarries, xvith the requisite environmental clearances and redevelopment plans,
xvill be used and no new quarries have been proposed.
2.2
2.2.1
WATER RESOURCES
SURFACE WATER RESOURCES
A total of 29 ponds (includes ponds along the widening sections and ponds cut across by the
by-pass alignments) along TNRSP 02 are directly- impacted due to the project The impacts on
ponds and other surface xvater bodies have been avoided by suitable design modifications. At
locauons xvhere unavoidable, the loss due to the project has been compensated for. Water
bodies, which need to be filled up to accommodate the widened formation, xvill have a reduced
storage capaclty Mitigation measures have been wvorked out to prevent pollution from the
construction activities onto these xvater bodies Also, enhancement designs have been
contemplated for various pond locations that offer scope for environmental enhancements
There are 3 major bridges to be constructed along the project corridor, out of xvhich 2 xviil be
along the bypasses. Construction along the wvatercourses is to be carried out in the lean flox
periods As the rivers are seasonal, the construction activities xvill not necessitate any major
diversion of the water\vai s
The design stage has taken care of the drainage across the section as part of good engineering
practice The provision of adequately sized cross drainage structures willimprove drainage in
the vicinity of the road
The degradation of xvater quality can occur during construction stage from increased sediment
load into xvatercourses near the constrtICtIOn site This may be aggravated by removal of trees
and consequent increase in soil erosion
The increase in paved impervious surface is likel- to cause increased surface runoff (estimated
as 0 29 million CU m) along the roadsides Howvever the proposed up-gradation has been
designed wilth table drains to take care of runoff and surface runoff vill be drained to the
nearest cross drainage structure The engineering design includes design of cross drainage
structures, xvhlclh shall takc care of the extra flox
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EMP TNRS1P 02
GROUND WATER RESOURCES
A number of groundwater sources-wells and hand pumps are located within the Col of the
proposed upgradation Implementation of TNRSP 02 will affect 16 hand pumps and 5 wells
These wvill be relocated at suitable locations prior to start of construction in consultation wilth
the community Similarly, owvners of private wells impacted by the project xvill be adequately
compensated Therefore, eventual impact of the proposed widening may onl be marginal
\Vater requirements for TNRSII 02 xvill be sourced preferentiall- from surface water bodies
Pumping xvill be allowed only from the surface xvithout boring of any tube wells within surface
wvater bodies In the absence of availability of surface xvater for construction, ground water vill
be used after obtaining the necessari clearances trom the Ground wvater department The
extraction of ground xvater xvill not be permitted wilthlin the grey, dark and over-exploited
blocks In the wvhite blocks, the contractor is permitted to extract ground water at locations
where the TDS is less than 1500 ppm
2.3
AIR QUALITY
Air quality monitoring along Package TNRSP 02 revealed that all monitored pollutant
concentrations xvere found to be wvell xvithin the 24-hourly NAAQ Standard for Residential,
Rural and other areas
Impacts on air qualitv during construction stage are due to operation of construcuon yards,
material transport on trucks and fugitive emissions from the construction sites. Milugation
measures required for avoiding the air quality impacts are presented in the Table 3.1,
Environmental MIanagement Plan.
2.4
NOISE LEVELS
\hiile
levels
to be
levels
comparing xvith MIoEF Ambient Noise Standards for different categories, Leq noise
near Mfuthupet [50 2 dB(A) during day time & 40 5 dB(A) during night time] wvere found
marginally exceeding their respective limits. At other monitoring locations, the noise
xvere found to be within the permissible limits
As the construction yards are proposed to be located at least 1000 m doxvn wvind of habitations,
no significant impact would be observed Construction workers xvill be provided with
protection equipment to guard against the noise impacts
To assess impacts of the increased traffic on the noise levels along the package during the
operation stage, noise levels were predicted using the FH\X A Transport Noise MIodel
Predictions were made at distances of 3m, 9m and 13 m from the centre line of the road for the
y-ear 2017 The results show that predicted noise levels (Leq day and night values) exceed the
limits stipulated by tIoEF for residential and sensitive areas The day and night time predicted
equivalent noise levels were found to varn from 70.07 - 75 05 dB(A) and 67 97 - 72 95 dB(A)
respectivel- along the package Accordingly the sensitive receptors have been identified (6
Nos ) and double-glazing of thelr openings has been proposed. The list of such sensitive
receptors is presented in Appendix 3.10
2.5
BIOLOGICAL ENVIRONMENT
Natural habitats relevant to TNRSP 02 along xvlth the impact anticipated due to the proposed
upgradation and all thc mitigation /enhancement measures pertaining to them have been
presented in a separate Appenidix titled "Natural H-labitat Management Plan" (Appendix 3.5)
Relevant section1s of the Appendlx are presented in this section
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2.5.1
[Nfl` TNRS;I 02
FLORA
No Reserve Forest areas arc located close to thc road along Package TNRSP 02 The nearest
Forest range of Nlaravakkiadu RF lies at a distance of 3 Km from the road Some mangrove
vegetation is observed along the project routes. The nearest mangrove patch is near Papagani
Rtvcr at a distance of 0 1 Km from the road As the bridge across the Papagani river is not
rebuilt and only rehabilitation is proposed, any significant impacts, as the removal or
degradation of the mangroves is not expected
At this location, adequate care must be taken during the construction period to avoid any adverse
unpact due to the road consCructioni acuvit- The preventuve / precautionarn measures proposed
include
*
*
No construction sites camps to be located witlin 500 m of mangrove areas
Care to be taken to prevent any- disposal of construction xvastes/ debris and other types of
sanitarv / construcuon effluents within 1 Km of such areas
Adequate training of the xvorkers, and availability of their fuel requirements to be ensured bv
contractual obligations to prevent any illegal felling. The designs have been suitably worked out
to minimise impacts on roadside trees. To minimise felling of trees, only- trees within 1 5 m
from the edge of the proposed shoulder will be cut The number of roadside trees likel- to be
felled along TNRSP 02 is estimated to be 691 Compensatory tree plantation will be carried out
by the PIU, in accordance wvith the landscaping strategy presented in Appendix 3.9.
2.5.2
FAUNA
The Udayamarthandapuram Bird Sanctuary is located at a distance of about 500 m from the
road upgrade along TNRSP 02 The Sanctuary provides a suitable wetland habitat for
approxirmately 25 to 30,000 resident and migratory birds, comprising at least 55 species.
Upgrading the road can cause disturbance to the avifauna of the Sanctuary due to the increased
traffic noise.
Hoowever adequate care must be taken during the construction period to avold setting up of
labour camps / stocky-ards / Hot mix Plants /crushers within the sanctuary. Procurement of
any kind of construction material from within the sanctuarv is strictly prohibited Besides the
contractor shall also ensure that the movement of construction equipments and machinery,
including the movement of construction crew should be restricted to at least a distance of
300m from the wetland portion of the Sanctuary to avoid any impacts to the avifauna.
2.6
2.6.1
SOCIO ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT
RESETTLEMENT AND REHABILITATION
The road design has minimized the number of project-affected people by reducing the Col and
designing deviations and bypasses around areas of high social impact The project envisages
acquisition/transfer of 136 63 Ha of land for TNRSP 02 of which 65 92 Ha is in category of
private wet agricultural land. The total number of structuires affected is 670
2.6.2
CULTURAL PROPERTIES
The corridor passes near many sites of religious, historical, and/or cultural significance
Betwveen \luthupet and Kattumavadi (Km 26 0 -27 0) the Nlanora Commemoration Tower is
located at a distance of about I Km from the road Thlis monument buLilt by King Sarfoji II in
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1:MI) 'I'NRSP 02
1814, has been declared as a protected monument by the Tamil Nadu State Department of
Archaeology
The cultural properties relevant to TNRSP 02 along with the impact anticipated due to the
proposed upgradation and all the mitigation /enhancement measures pertaining to them have
been presented in a separate Appendix titled "Cultural Properties Mianagement Plan"
(Appendix 3.11).
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CHAPTER - 3
MITIGATION MEASURES
A description of the various management measures during the project stages is provided in
Additional management measures have been suggested through modification of
MIoRTH Clause I ll and are presented in Appendix 3 15
Table 3.1
3.1
PRE-CONSTRUCTION STAGE
3.1.1
PRE-CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES BY PIU
Prior to the contractor mobilization, the PIU wvill ensure that an encumbrance free Col is
handed over to enable the start of construction The RoWV clearance involves the following
activities
*
Acquisiuon of land and structures,
*
Clearance of the RoW including removal of trees, and
*
Relocation of common property resources impacted, mncludmg cultural properues as temples and
commumty assets as hand pumps and other utlihtes
*
Formal arrangements for maintenance of enhancement sites
3.1.2
PRE-CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES BY CONTRACTOR
The pre-construction stage involves mobilhsation of the contractor, the activities undertaken bv
the contractor pertaining to the planning of logistics and site preparation necessary for
commencing construction activities The activities include
*
Joint field venficauon of ENIP by the Engineer and Contractor
*
Modification (if anm) of the contract documents by the Engineer
*
Procurement of consutuction equipment / machinern such as cmishers, hot mLx plants, batcluing
plants and other construction equipment and machimery.
*
Identificaton and selecuon of material sources (quarry and borrow material \vater, sand erc).
Selection, dcsign and layout of construcuon areas, hot miLx and batching plants, labour camps etc
Planning traffic diversions and detours including arrangements for temporary. land acquisition
*
*
3.2
CONSTRUCTION STAGE
3.2.1
CONSTRUCTION STAGE ACTIVITIES BY CONTRACTOR
Construction
stage is the most crucial stage in terms of activities that require careful
management to avoid environmental impacts Activities that trigger the need for environmental
measures to be followed include
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Imbibing environmental principles at all stages of construction as good engineering practices.
*
Implementation of site-specific mitigation/management measures suggested
*
Monitorng the qualiry of environment along the construction sites (as air, noise, water, soil etc) a
*
Enhancement designs at specific locations suggested.
There are several other environmental issues that have been addressed as part of good
engineering practices, the costs for whlichi has been accounlted for in the Engineering Costs
Thev include
of roadside drainage,
improvement
provision
of additional cross drainage
structures or rising of road heliglt in flood prone stretches, provision of cattle crossings and
reconstructionl and improvement of bunds of the affected wvater bodies
CONSTRUCTION STAGE ACTIVITIES BY PIU
3.2.2
The post construcuon stage involves the following activities by PILU:
*
Tree plantauon along upgradation corridors and bypasses and landscaping along junctions by the
Forest Wing of the PIU
*
NMonitonng of environmental condiuons through approved monitoring agency
3.3
OPERATION STAGE
Operation stage actives are to be carried out by the Environmental Cell. The activities involved
are as follows;
*
3.4
Monitoring of operational performance of the various miutgation/enhancement measures carried
out as a part of TNRSP
OTHER ACTIVITIES OF THE PIU
Other than the above mentioned activities PIU has additional activities to be carried out across
all stages of project and also activities irrespective of the stages of the project as.
agency- staff towards
project
specific
issues
of EMP
*
Orientation of Implementation
implementauon
*
Initiation of a Studv on the Chennai Cuddalore secuon of the East Coast Road to focus on the
implementauon process, the mistakes committed therein, the lessons learnt and the present dav
situation It would provide necessar- inputs to formulate measures for control induced
development along the project road.
*
Trailning sessions on landuse management at state and district level. The sessions can commence
immediatel- after the compleuon of the proposed study The agency selected for carrying out the
study- will also be responsible for conducting the training sessions
*
The measures proposed for landuse control as outcome of the studv will be implemented to
effectiveh- control induced development along the Eastern Corridor
*
Conducting
additional
studies
for
issues
identified
during
anv
stage
of
project
preparation/unplementation
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CHAPTER - 4 ENHANCEMENT MEASURES
Environmental Enhancements specifically refers to the positive actions to be taken up during the
implementation of the project for the benefit of the road users and the communities living along the
TNRSP Corridors These positive actions are in addition to several other enhancements that occur
inherently because of the verv nature of the project such as improved drainage, pedestrian facilities,
prevention of existing erosion, overtopping and flooding etc as these improvements are in-built in the
design, as part of good engineering practices The enhancements have been carried out with the
following objectives
*
To enhance the appeal and environmental quality of the project corndor to its users,
*
To enhance visual quality along the highway, and
*
To generate goodwill amongst the local community to\vards the project, by. the enhancement of common
propertv resources.
The enhancement measures have been suggested for the following environmental components:
*
Enhancement of surface water bodies
*
Enhancement of Cultural properties
*
Enhancements at community spaces and incidental spaces.'
Selection criteria and design concepts have been provided for each type of the enhancements proposed.
The need for enhancements and the spirit in which these have to be carried out is obtained through the
descriptions The description is expected to guide the contractor in identifying locauons for the generic
enhancements proposed
4.1
SURFACE WATER BODIES
4.1.1
CRITERIA FOR SELECTION
The criteria for selection of a surface water body (pond/tank) as an enhancement candidate is:
*
The sites directl- impacted by- the project and are in active use of the communimt
be a communin property, and not under private ownership
*
Thle sites not dLrectly impacted (upto l00m and direcdv opens onto the lugh\way), being a part of a
religious structure or any other propert., but still can be of visual as well as social importance
4 12
These should essenually
DESIGN CONCEPTS- OVERVIEW
Enllanlcements for the surface wvater bodies have been conceived wilth an aim of improving the present
status of water body, whiclh can be more useful to the local community
The enhancement includes
general landscaping, access to the water edge and other measures as per the site requirements. Edge
protections, \valk\vays, plantation of shade and ornamental ?rees are integral part of the enhancement
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The concept for enhancements is based on data collected from the local people through community
consultation. The information collected included name, distance of nearest Settlement, local importance,
religious or historical significance, type and frequency of use e g drinking/washing/ecc The site
observations provided vital inputs in concept formulation
\Water body lying just at the edge of the carriagewvay will have an impact on the water quality as well as
quantitN- For such commuiity- ponds edge protection should be given in the form of brick pitchling or
stonie pitching The design concept includes provision of physical access only- to the existing steps but
maintaining visual accessibility- throughlout the length as well as the surrouniding area
Other parameters taken into consideration for concept formulation are wlhethler w-ater pollution is being
caused by activities of the settlement, existing erosion/slope condition, catchment area details by- visual
inspection, presence of aquatic life, details of seasonal fair/festival/congregation held, if any- \Vashing
platforms are provided at the edge of the pond on the side where the community uses the water body
for washing or bathing purposes. Canopy
is provided wherever need is felt for a covered or a
shaded sitting area due to the lack of existing trees.
4.2
CULTURAL PROPERTIES
Sites of cultural importance identified as suitable for enhancements along the TNRSP 03 can be
classified into three broad categories on the basis of values attached with them. These include:
*
cultural sites having only religious value,
*
cultural sites having both the relglous as wvell as historical v alue and
*
cultural sites havmg only historical values
Of these, the second one has been given importance in the enhancement proposals
4.2.1
CRITERIA FOR SELECTION
The criterion for the selection of sites suitable for enhancement was based on
*
the Lmportance for the local people
*
the religlous significance,
*
the historical importance and
*
the scope for enhancements
The importance of the site for the local people as well as the hlistorical significance was identified
througlh extensive discussions xvilth the local communimt and general observations of the sites and
structures
The scope for enhlancement includcd the possibility of an- further improvemenlt, availability of space
for enhancements and the likely benefits for the local community as well as thle road users Poor
cond7tion of some historical structures was a constraint in selecting sites for enhancement Such
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sites though having high historical values exist in a venr bad physical condition. At such places,
enhancement measures xvilI not be effective unless main structure is restored, which is beyond the scope
of the project
4.2.2
DESIGN CONCEPTS - OVERVIEW
The concept for enhancements is based on the suggestions given by- the people Extensive community
consultations were carried OLut on each of the enhancemenit sites The information gathered included
*
A\ge of the structure,
*
Importance for the local people.
*
Religious significance, hlistorical tmportance,
*
Extent of use,
*
Suggesuons for enhancements,
*
Xi'llngness of people to participate.
The site observation also provided vital inputs in concept formulation It provided the general
information about the condition of the main structure and the surrounding, visibility of the
enhancement site from the project road, the scenic beauty of the site as wvell as the surrounding area.
In case of religlous places enhancements are suggested on the basis of usage. For example paving is
suggested around the temple in most of the cases as people move around the temple. This ritual known
as pradaksh;bza is a common practice in most of the temples in Tamil Nadu Similarly in mosques paving
is proposed in front side xvhere people perform 'Namaaz' on Fridays.
Type of paving proposed varies at different places within a site according to the use of spaces and theLr
relative importance For example, paving proposed in front of temple is different than that for approach
pavement, which is again different from the paving for pradakshbna Such variation in the paving pattern
is maintained in all the enhancement proposals
In the religious places lke temples mosque, dargah and churci xvhere large number of people gathers
weekly- or
annually, measures are taken for the safety of the people, as they- rend to spill over on road
Compound xvall and fencing is suggested as safety measures at such places
In manv cases the local people were concerned about the safety of the propertv. Compound
gate and fencing are proposed for such sites
There are manm important religious and historical centers that are accessible from thc
Approach
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the
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the project
road
Enhancement measures are suggested to emphasize the presence of important such religious or
listorical place Measures includc provision of decorative arch columns and informative signage. Thcse
measures are conceived in suclh a wvav so as to retlect the architectural characteristics and the religious or
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hlistoric significance of the place
There are sites along the project corridor, xvhich have high historical significanice, but are neglected. The
lack of awareness among the people and negligence on the part of authorities is evident form the verv
stace of these structures. Enhancement mcasures for these sites are proposed in sLIch a-vaM
as to
increase public awareness, which may in turn lead to conservation of these structures
4.3
COMMUNITY AND INCIDENTAL SPACES
An\- other type of space identified along the project corridor rendered important for the local
communities are enhanced on similar guidelines Such spaces include
*
*
cultural properties or common property resources along the corndor wxith space m its front,
incidental space along the road due to realignment (betveen the proposed and existing roads), providing
an opportunint for enhancement
4.3.1
CRITIERIA FOR SELECTION
The atm of enhancement on the incidental space wvould be to create a spot of usual relaxation for
onlookers in the locality- and the traveling motorists. Consultation wvith public at some of the locations
revealed that the!- are willing to participate in the enhancement programme though they ma! not be able
to contribute monetarilv. The example of this type of space includes the space in front of a temple or
any realignment secuon of road that creates open space in between.
4.3.2
DESIGN CONCEPTS- OVERVIEW
The open space has the potential to be a very interesting stop over. Also some of the site has a historic,
sacred & emotional value. In case of religious places attached to this enhancements are suggested on the
basis of the usage that would be harmonically integrate the two sites. For example paving is suggested
around the shrine and sitting arrangements are made with shade giving trees. The enhancement
especially at these places includes planting flowering shrubs It improves the quality of space before the
temple and also forms a relief along the roadside Green fencing is done to define the boundary. Garden
spaces are provided to bring in an air of freshlness Area for parking is demarcated.
The sites having good scenic beautv and ample space for parking and sitting are conceived as potential
stopovers Shading and pleasant v iews are considered important in such places The presence of pond
near stopover is considered preferable as it not only- gives a pleasant vliew but also provides refreshling
cool breeze The incidental spaces resulting by the realignment of the road is proposed to be developed
as landscaped green areas to improve the visual quality of the toad Tree plantations are suggested onlv
at thlose places where the local people are willing to take care of the trees, as maintenance of trees is a
major issue
4.4
ENHANCEMENTS CONSIDERED UNDER TNRSP 02
'l'hc list of enhancement sites selected uinder TNRSP 02 is prescnted in Table 4.1 A total of 4 sites
were selected for whitclh specific enhancements designs have been prepared Apart from these 9
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generic designs were also prepared The Table also shows importance of each site whitch is either social
(including rehgious importance) or historic or both \\;illingness and contribution from the local
communit- as expressed by them during the consultations carried out at each enhancement location is
also presented. At some locations as indicated in the Table the local communit- has expressed their
xvillingness by agreeing to provide labour or financial contribution or both Formal arrangements for
maintenance during the post construction stage will be finalised in consultation with the communities
Detailed designs and Bill of Quantities for each enhancement design has been wvorked out based on
these concepts Drawings and BoQ are presented in Appendix 4.1 and Appendix 4.2 respectively
Table 4.1: List of Enhancements tinder TNRSP 02
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CHAPTER - 5 MONITORING MEASURES
The monitoring programme is devised to ensure that the envisaged purpose of the project is
achieved and results in the desired benefit to the target population To ensure effective
implementation of the ENIP, it is essential that an effective monitoring programme be designed and
carried out Broad objecti-es of the monitorinig programme are.
•
To evaluate the performance of mitigation measures proposed in the E\IP
*
To suggest improvements in the management plans, if recluired
*
To satisfv the statutor- and communit- obbgauons
*
To provide feedback on adequacy of Environmental Impact Assessment
The monitoring programme contains monitoring plan for all performance indicators, reporting
formats and necessar- budgetary provisions. Mlonitoring plan for performance indicators and
reporting system is presented in the folloving sections Budgetar. provisions for the envisaged
programme is presented in Chapter - 7 Budgetary and cost estimates
5.1
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
Phy sical, biological and environmental management components idenufied as of parucular
significance in affecting the environment at critical locations have been suggested as Performance
Indicators (PIs) The Performance Indicators shall be evaluated under three heads as:
(a) Environmental condition indicators to determine efficacy of environmental management
measures in control of air, noise, water and soil pollution;
(b) Environimental management indicators
environmental management measures
to determine comphance with the suggested
(c) Operational performance indicators have also been devised to determine efficacy and uutltv
of the mitigation/enhancement designs proposed
The Performance Indicators and monitoring plans prepared for TNRSP 02 are presented in Table
5.1
Table 5.1: Performance Indicators and Monitoring Plans for TNRSP 02
Si No
I
Indicator
Details
ironmtntal C.ondition lidicatriir and \Ioiiitoring I'lan
\Ir QualIn
.
I
LLN,i.
,
.
\\arcr QuJiipiit
4
SodiiQua itt
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p[iiramiter,
to1
bL
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bL
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otitoring Pl'an
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tDUmping
IddLctFiLd and paramcr'r, indlcci% ott
I.Licationr
Li
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repi rtci.i
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C_a1p,
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ciLr,
34
Responsibilit
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.
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Contractr through iPppni
dc iTinirunfIg tgLncf
Co n'irucrioin
(Contractoir throiugh ippr-m)i d moni toring IgcIlCi
Operation
ructio,
Contractor
ir
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SI. No
Indicator
1[P 'TNRSIP 02
Details
indica tII l t(I n iron ILenlr in the area
has to b. rcp)rtred
LIocation of borrou\ arcas hat c ro bc
3
Borrow \rcs
4
1 rLe CUtting,
5
I- nhanCLMLnt1
6
I ree lantation
a
Landscapin
and l and,caping
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e
7
lop 'Sold
suggesred for top otidprcsetrsatI0
shall bL rlptrctd bC Contractor
idcntifitd and parameTers indicartI c Of
ens\troniim t in the arca ha to bL
reportLd
Progress o f trLL rcmno\ al marked for
cLtting is1 io bL rLportLd
Progreh ol cit IsaiCCmeTiLM,i,ure
n
suggested fotr cultural propcrrtiL
I\ ateLrbodiLc arid incid,i1tal 'paceL 1i
ti L rLprrtLd
)t TsIiisirc- sLggLeted as
part itf the landscaping Strateg\ Is to
LrprL
bc reporrcd
ImpIciLci
tIatton ot rhe measures
Stage
rt-
contruction
Responsibilitv
(Contractorr
P'rcconstruciion
onstruction
Contractor
C(,nsrrUtLnI
Itire,tLrs
Contiruction
Contractor
tO
E ng nLLr
C
2
Ms1.inagement & Op rational PIrfiormance Indicators
The number of rrees sur is ing during
Opcration
Utilits of
Enhancement
lanhans
'T'h
PIU \NIll
isit each of thL
tnhancement locationz (for cultural
properties.
k%
atcr
bodies
and
incidcntal spaccs) ro determine the
efficacs of the cnhanccments carried
out and the communlit utilisation of
such areas
Thle Engineer is Ill bc responsible for monitoring upto
the Defect Liablinl Period in an particular strerch
\ftcr this period the En-ironmental CLIl of the PIU
\till be responsible for monitoring oxser a period of 5
\ears
(Pros isions have been included in the budget for five
such visits hI a two member team of the PIU for
inspecting the enhancements carried out along all
packages)
'T'he PIU \\ill utndertake site xisits to
determine hlst mani biorros\ areas
hate bCen rehabilitared in linL \s ith
rhe landii\\ ncrs ruquest and to their
full satisfacrinon
Operation
I'h, L'IU \\tll
sllt
uch seLsitivC
locations
along
\s ith
the
cot irinrnmciital
motnitoring
ageLnc
(re ponsiblc for moniioring of n0uslL
Lei durinig operation stage) co check
kitor the Lfficact of the dLJOUbl-gla/ing
carried sli
Opcratiioi
I'he Fngineer \isll be responsible for monitoring upto
the Defect Liabilitn Period in ant particular stretch
\fter this period the Emironmental Cell of the PIU
wivllbe responsible for monitonng over a period of 5
i cars
(Printisiins hate been included in the budget for fhe
such s sits bi a rmo member team osf the PIU fiar
inspecting the borromt areas utili/ed bh the pro1 ecr
along all packages)
'I he lngineer \dll be responsible for monitoring upto
the Defect LiabilIt Period in an\ particular stretch
\ftcr thi, period the Imniironrmcrtal Cell of the I'IU
\ ill be respon sible for monitoring 0Ler a period of 5
ctars
(l'ro\ sion, hi.t been included in rhe budger fisr fit
such
sits bt a pat member team of rhe PIU fir
in spectinIg the ntIi se Lnsitil\i
recepti rs aloig all
U til ii tif DUble
G laing if
lSniile
RSenp,i)rn
ReCepitirs
4
Defect Liabilin l'cnod in ant particular stretch \ftcr this
penod the Foretr is ing of the PIU \ U
i be rmsponsible for
minitoring o-cr a perod of 5 tears
~~~~~~~~package
s)
,
5.2
rhe EngincLr wtillbe responsible for monirorng upro rhe
each isiit s ill be compared wx-iththe
numbcr of saplings planted
Statr.is Regarding
ItRehabilitationl o f
Borro"s Areas
3
Operation
Surt v-al Rate ot
'I rtes
MONITORING PLANS
For each of the environmental componlents, the moniltoring plaln specifies the parameters to be
monitored, location of the monitoring sites. fretuency- and duration of monitoring The monitoring
plan also specifies tie applicable standards, implementation and supervising responsibilities. lhe
monitoring plan for the varlous environmental condition Indicators of the project in construction
and,operation stages is presented In Table 5.2 The details of moniltoring locations are presented in
Table 5.3
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Table 5.3: List of Monitoring Stations
Attribute
Stage
TNRSP 02
W\Vhcr
Conbtruction
AIR
cr the cointractoir d-CidL'I ro locate th. l-lor mr\ plant (NumbLr of I ocations = 2)
At Critical Locations
Nagapattinam Bs pa- @ Kmn 2 2
l'IrulthUra1puLn-Lh lip" (C, IKmn 3 11
.\lurhLup., Ii pasi.S I Km 91 (
Stirface Water MIonitoring at
\ hita Rn Lr (it Km 9 I) alonig Nagaprinnam I iruppLindi
P'nd ({ Km 26 (1at \Iamkudititr-i,n anlrng I irupputidi I iruthur-upundi
[email protected] Kin 86 8 at Udar nmarthandapuram lionig I iruppundi I irLili uraipLusltd
\gniar Itix-cr @ Km 20) i along Nluthuprt Nlahnora
WATER
Construction
lPapagani Rn er T Km 24 1 iling NluthLpet \laniora
Ground Water Monitoring at
Nagapartunam
® Kin
2 2
IrLithuraipundi ( Km 72 4
Sangandi @ Km 81 4
Ralamadam, @ Km 18 8
Nlanoira ( Kin 26 0
Construction
NOISE
SOIL
\\WhercN er the contractor decides to locatL the I:quipmLnt 3 ard (Numbiir of Locations = 2)
At Critical Locations
Nagapattinam Bripass @Km 2 2
Tiruthiuraipundi B%pa.s ( Km 38 0
Muthuper Bipass @ Km 910
\t the 3 critical locations as listed abov-c
\dditional sites %%ill
be monitorcd (Number of Locattons
Operation
2) The location will be decided b%the PIU
(EC)
.\r productive agricultural lands abutting /closc to the intersections and along other sensiti-r landuses
as listed belorxr
lunctiron at TIruthuraippundi (i Km 39 1)
Junctirn ar \ttirampatrinam ( Km 13 5
Junction at Rajamadamr
Km 18 0
Cinstruction
Mangrrrv(e. near Papigani R er @ Km 24 I
Junction at Kattumaradr i Km 43 8
Ar in\ accident / ipill location, inr ing
tk bLlk trarsiiport carn ing hazardous materials The budgetarl
proNiwonupirot idc for monitroring it 15 'uch locarions for all 4 paclkaged of TNRS1' during the
construction stage
5.3
REPORTING SYSTEM
Reporting system for the suggested monitoring program operates at
(a) Reporting
for environmental
condition
indicators
and
hwo
levels as.
environmental
management
indicators (except tree cutting indicator)
(b)
Reporting for operational performance indicators at the PIU level.
Contractor
and
construction
supervision
consultants
operate
the
reporting
system
for
cnvironimental conditioni and environmental management indicators (except tree cutting). Ihle
EnviLonmental Cell of PIU \vill operate the reporting system for environmental
tree cutting indicator and operation performance indicators
management
The PIU wvill set the targets for
Cach actlvity envisaged in the ETVP beforehanid and all reports will be against these targers
38
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'I'amtl Nadu Road Sector Project
EM\lP
A
lNR;SP 02
Contractor will report to the Engineer of construction supervislon consultant, on the progress
of the implementation of environmental conditions and management measures as per the
monitoring plans. The Engineer wvill in turn report to the PIU on a quarterly basis wvhich will be
reviewed and forvarded by the PIU to the World Bank. Along with these reports, forestry wing
of the PlU(EC) shall report progress of tree cutting, compensatory plantation, landscaping and
survival rate as per the monitoring plan The quarterly reports of the ENIP will form an integral
part of thie Quarterli Progress Reports that are to be regularly submitted to the Bank The PIJI
xvill also send compliance report to the NfoEF everv six moniths as per the conditions of
clearance granted for thle project after receiving the report from the contractor and dulv verified
by the Engineer The reports submitted to the MoEF will also be forvarded to the Bank along
with the Quarterly Progress Reports A detailed reporting system for all the Performance
Indicators has been developed and is presented in Appendix 5.1 Reporting formats for
contractors have been prepared, whilch wvill form the basis of monitoring, by the Engineer
and/or the Environmental Cell as required The details of reporting formats prepared for the
project is presented in Table 5 4.
Table 5.4: Summarv Details of Reporting Formats
Contractor
Format
No.
Item
Stge
Forest Wing
Construction
Supervision
Project Implementation
Unit (PIU)
Consultant (CSC)
Implementation &
Oversee
Reporting to
Implementation &
Reporting
/ Field
Engineer
Reporting to-PIU
Surv
to PIU
Compliance
Engineer
Report to
WB
~~~~~~~~~Monitoring
_____
EMI
Identification of
Dumpinig L.ocations
Pr.-Construction
One Time
Onc 'T'ime
One l'ime
One Time
One Time
EN12
Setting up of
Construction Camp
13oirri,u \rca
Idcntitifcalion
1'ree Cutting
Prc-(onvtrucrion
Onec lim c
One 'I'tme
One 'l'me
One 'I'ime
One l'imc
Pre-ContirLcrion
Onc 'I [mc
One 'I'ImL
One 'I'ime
One Time
One T'ime
Quarterl
Quarterir
onthlr
ilonthi
Quiarterli
Quarterlh
Quarterlk
Quarrcrk
EM3
EM14
EMfS
E M6
EN17
EInhanccment
Mcasurcs foNr
Cultural Propitr.7(\Watcr bodics &
Incidcntal Space_
'I rePlPanra o,n and
I
ondqcaping
l'op Soil Nlonito-tig
Pre-Contructiiin
Con.truction
Mlonth.
Morthkl
C onsructi oni
Aloo rhl
GCn.irucos-
Qunrierli,
Cn,niiu-u,
Qu-irrrli
QLIarrIrlf
Qu,arterl
\1 IR'r Mionitoring
I'Ian
()L atir.rl
(Quarterlr
Quartcr
(Quarktr.
EC I
Poillution
MIonitoring
C onsrructiin
EC 2
l'ollution
N ionroiring
opi.ratin
OP I
Sun INaI Ritt- of
I nei.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~,L
O)p-rarmon
QuarItLY'
I
OP 2
UtliN of
I .nhanccrmL.nr
NlIMasUrL ftir
Cultural 1ir, pirtrLi,
\\'ats.r bidic, aiod
Incidental spac
Sratu' RLgardinig
R.habiliraioin if
13iirro\i \kri-a
Operatin
I [al seinir
OP3
\
-
'i.r
I lalf iLark
Minitioring
O)uarerkrl
I lalt Niarlk
-
()peraLi'i
I lalf ' irliI
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Contractor
Nora
No
Item
Item
Stage
Stag
Implementation & Implementation &
Reporting to
Engineer
OP 4 Urilmtt of Double
G la/ing of SLnritsm
c
ItLccpr(,r,
Forest Wing
Reporting to PIU
Construction
Supervision
Cnil
Supervision
Project Implementation
Ui
Oversee
tCS)
/ Field
Report to
Compliance
rNfonitoring
WB
I-lalf \ LarIt
I lalW carh
Reporting
to PIU
Opcrarion
In addition to these formats, to ensure that the environmental provisions are included at everv
activitv of the implementation bv the conILactor. it is suggested that the approval of the
environmental personnel of the engineer is requlred in the Request for application to proceed
or other similar reporting formats used bv the contractor These vill not onhl ensure that the
environmental provisions are addressed but also hnk the satisfactory comphance to
environmental procedures prior to approval of the Interim Payment Certificate (IPC) by the
Engineer The activities bv the contractor that can impact the environment xvill be identified
based on discussions between the Environmental Specialist of the PIU, team leader of the
Engineer and the Environmental personnel of the Engineer. The decisions will be
communicated to the contractor prior to the start of the construction activities
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CHAPTER - 6 IMPLEMENTATION ARRANGEMENTS
The 1ID is responsible for the implementation of the provisions made within the EMIP through
the PIU. To monitor the construction activities to assist the department in implementation, the
services of an Engineer are procured for each corridor. In addition to the monitoring of the
implementation
of the environmental
provisions by the Environmental personnel of the
engineer, che Environmental Cell (EC) created within the PIU (including officials deputed from
the Forests Department officials in addition to engineers from the FID) will oversee the
effective implementation of the measures suggested. An externally sourced environmental
expert will be procured to provide key inputs to the Environmental Cell, especially during the
initial stages
of project
implementation
The
Environmental
Cell will also include the
Superintending Engineer (SE), Assistant Divisional Engineer (ADE, one for both corridors),
eight Assistant Engineers (AE, four for each corridor) and the members of the Forest wing
Three AEs along each corridor will be deputed at the field level. As the implementation of thle
avenue plantations suggested in the project is to be carried out in-house by the highways
department, an elaborate setup of the Forest wing of the EC headed by an Assistant
Conservator of Forests and assisted by two rangers and six foresters at the field levels has been
suggested Together, this unit shall be entrusted the responsibiltyv of managing the nurseries for
the project, and the planting and maintenance of 'the same
The EMiP implementation
arrangements for TNRSP are summarized in Figure 6.1.
The Environmental Specialist, ACF and SE have been duly appointed/deputed and are already
functioning as a part of the Environmental Cell of the PIU The HD is under the process of
appointing /deputing the remaining members of the Environmental Cell, so that the EC is in
place before the start of construction activity
6.1
ORIENTATION OF MEMBERS OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL CELL
M\embers of the Environmental Cell will be trained in environmental protection both in
theoretical and practical aspects \X-hile theoretical aspects wVill form the bedrock of the
orientation programme, it will be the practical site visits and /or hands-on trailing at project
site itself, whlicilxvll be of direct use to the project.
Basic orientation required for environmental awareness shall be provided mitiallh and then
experts in specific aspects of road-related works who wvill tram the officials regarding the
detailed procedures will be identified
Specific modules customized for the available skill set
shall be devised after assessing the capabilities of the members of the Environmental Cell and
the requirements of the project The entire orientation programme xvould cover basic principles
of
environmental
assessment
and
management;
mitigation
plans
and
programmes,
implementation techniques. monitoring methods and tools. The modules designed will be
suitable for both upgradation and maintenance components Specific issues for upgradation and
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maintenance shall be taken up in separate sessions Details of training envisaged are presented
in Appendix 6.1
6.2
ADDITIONAL TRAINING PROGRAMME FOR LANDUSE MANAGEMENT
In addition to the above training modules for environmental management, workshops and
training sessions would be conducted for control of induced development. Detailed training
modules WLould be developed bascd on the results of studv on induced development to be
carried out subseq1 uently However, a tentative training schedule has been prepared and
budgetarv provisions are made for the same. The additional training programme for landuse
management along the Eastern Corridor will be held at both the state and district levels Two
state level training sessions and three district level training sessions (for each of the districts
selected) are proposed
Each training session will be of 3 day s. The agency selected for carrying
out the study on the Chennal Cuddalore section of the East Coast Road will also be responsible
for organizing the training sessions
At the state level the training sessions will be organised
for the senior officials from the
following departments:
*
Highways Department
*
Public Works Department, Ground water
*
Directorate of Town and Country Planning
*
Department of Fishenes
*
Department of Tourism
*
Town Panchavat
Eight districts have been selected for the district level training programmes. The districts
selected are Nagapattinam, Thiruvarur, Thanjavur, Pudukkottaa, Ramanathapuram, Tuticorin,
Cuddalore and Sivaganga. The Eastern Corridor runs across the first six districts. Cuddalore has
been selected as the Chidambaram bypass (a nexv road of 16 9 Km) is proposed in it while the
Sivaganga has been selected because of its proximity- to the Eastern Corridor The field level
officials of the following departments will attend the district level programmes
*
HlighwvaNs Department
*
Public \W'orks Department. GrouLnd water
*
Towvn Panchavats
*
Village Panchavats
Thle first session of the state level training programme can commence immediately after the
completion of the proposed study .-\fter an interval of three months the district level
programmes can start at the concerned districts The next training session at the central level
can ideallv occur at the start of the implementation stage This session wvill analyze the
feedbacks received from the field level officials The second and third sessions at the district
level can soon follow suit \vilth an interval of about three months
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LMll' TNRSP 02
INTEGRATION OF EMP WITH PROJECT
Environmental provisions co be implemented in the project are presented in Table 3.1. A
detailed monitoring plan and reporting formats and schedules for ensuring the effectirve
implementauon of those measures is suggested as part of the EMP. The environmental
measures suggested as part of TNRSP 02 broadl- falls into the following categories
MManagement measures that are stand-alone items and can be implemented by the contractor (as
provision1
*
*
of Oil ulterceptors, monitoring of envuronmental components etc)
iManagement measures that arc to be taken up incidental bh- the contractor as part of Good
Engmeering practices (dust suppression during earthxvorks, slope protecuoni measures erc)
Enhancement measures including measures not directly related to the road construction
(enhancement of cultural properues, common property resources as ponds erc).
The environmental management measures will be included as specific items within the Bid
document. These are in addition to the provisions of Annexure A to clause 501 of the
Specifications for Road and Bridge Works (MoRTH). Material quantities for implementing
these measures have been worked out based on the designs and specificauons. These are
included in the BoQs for the project as a separate head entitled "Environmental Quanuties".
To ensure the availability of sufficient funds for Lmplementauon of these provisions, the
environmental costs have been integrated into the overall costs for the project.
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CHAPTER - 7 BUDGETARY PROVISIONS
Budgetary estimates for environmental management in TNRSP 02 includes all items envisaged as
part of the EMP These have been worked out based on the detailed BoQs and specifications for
the enhancement and mitigation measures
The environment budget includes provisions for vatious environmental management measures
(other than measures considered under good engineering practices), the environmental monitoring
and orientation costs The budgetary provisions for TNRSP 02 are presented in Table 7.1 The
cost estimates for each item along with basis of costing is presented in the -olume, Cost Estimates
for Environmental 'Management for perusal of PIU and the \World Bank
Table 7.1: Environmental Budgetary Provisions for TNRSP 02
S. No
S. No
Item
Item
A
GENERAL ITEMS
1)
Vehicles
Unit~~|
Unt
I~~
Administration (Dcpartmental Staff)
3
Dur Sourced Env-ironmental Specialist
40
Firm for implementation of EMIP
_ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ _ _ _
O
~
Spec No
Drg. No. / Appendix No.
Number
2 0
5
TNRSP02
R
Quantity
ompensatorN
.\fforestanon
\ cars/Corridor
17
\ ars/Corridor
Included in overall
cost for procuring
17
_ _ _ _ _ _SC
oser
land
la
transferred to forest dept
'Iraining
(
of membcrs of Environmental
ell(preconstruction
7 )
\mounr/Session
t) 5
.ppendi\
6 1
stage)
tuds on rhe ChLnnam Cuddalorc section
of ECR
I
Lump sum
Total Cost Of General Items (A)
B
CONSTRUCTION PHASE
1.0 Mitigation Measures otber than GooG
Engzneering practices
1 IO
I nterccptors
12
Number
Recharge pits for urban drain,
______
Numnbcr
_________________________________________________
12
_____________304)4
lo R 1I-I
304. 1701)
Molt
11i
I
17001
EINiP I 0
E1
13
\Vamtr Source to prescult animail cro-ing,
Number
14
\WDS asarcncss hoardings
Nu]mbLr
2
Number
29)
I,\IP 8 0
I5
Dccpening of ponds
20
sIN%g
No
2o1\2/73121 ln
/01/56
D\s g No
20)12/73121 /1-,ns /1t/59
\ppendiN 3 ;
11ii ' 20
Tree Plantation and Protection
2 I
Ilrw,,i lP,piardauis,i1 Cssm7elar,
2 1 1
urser\ I res
2 1 2 Maintenance fur 2 sears
21 3
Nuimber
7733
I M'l 3 1
\ppcndi\ 3 12
Number
7733
E iMP3 1
\ppendi\ 3 12
Irec ;uards
2 13
Brush
2 I 5 2 Iron
s\ ood
Ire
lecnce
Guards
2 2 1
Nurscr\ I rLs
2 22
Mainrenance for 2
2 23
I1rec G(ua rds
2223 1 B11rush s
E
2
______
l
(od
(lat
Gtro \n
NLumber
6959 7
(Slos
G ros in
NumbLr
773 3
I Ml' 3 2
iNumber
5177
IGs,\I' 3 1
\ppendi\ 3 12
Nuimber
5 i 77
i\ill' 3 1
ppendi\ 3 i 12
Nutmnber
4(659
ear,
lence
(fast
G ro\\s
I
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S No
l'IP 'I'NRSP 02
Item
TN RS P02
Unit
Spec No
Drg No / Appendix No
i4Ml'\ 3 2
l'ig In E,MI' 3 2
l AIIP 3 1
\ppendi\ 3 12
I
11
P1)3
1_\IP 3 1
\ pptld\\; 12
\ppendi\ 3 12
No of shrubs
No) fShrubi
N
28560
23801
1iJ
IMl' 3 1
1l\IP 3 1
\ppLndt\ 3 12
\ppendi\ 3 12
41lonroring of Air Qualin near I-lot mi\
lanrs
No of Samples
I 10
;Is\P 4 0
EP\1' T'able 5 2
4 1 2l'lonmioring of A\r Qualit\ at Critical
Locations
No of Samples
27 0
EAIIP 4 0
EINIP able 5 2
\onito ring of Noise Lei el at Equipmen
4 2 41 M
i
Eards
No of Samples
18 0
hI\IP 4 0
EMiP Table 5 2
4 2 2 1loniroring of NoisL Lcet cs at Critica
No of Samples
27 0
Ei\IP 4 0
EI"I1' 'I'able 5 2
No of Samples
60 0
EMP 4 0
Q uantity
____ ____
____ ___
Species)
2 2 3 2 Iron
__ __
T'rce
' ecies)
Guards
(Slo\s
Gro\s n
Number
_
13
Bijer
Plan/a/ion alsng Reere l%n
/tre/the
2 3 1 RSes\ c l orest on onc side of thc road
2 3 1 Reerrc IPoret[ on bo,th 'idL of the road
*4
tPl/a/nlzn 111a/lon
I wol/
3 0
andscaping
3 I\Iong I junctions
3 2 \ong X Junction
Monitoring
of
Environmenta
4 0 Attribtes
during
Construction
Activity
_ _
_
_
_ _
_
518
_
_
_
_
_ _
_
_
Number
NumnbLr
I ocirion,
_
I Ahr QudIh~
42
4 3
\2Noe Lei el
Locations
Va/er Qua/alo
4 31
lonitoring of WatLr Qualith
S ol Qua/qj
4 41 lonitoring of Soil Qualin
4 422\ddirional Soil Milonitoring during Spills
44
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6 0
61I
Orientation of Implementing agency
st_aff
Enbancement Measures
EMP Table 5 2
__
No of Samples
No of Samplec
30 0
18E0
Coit /Session
20
_
EMP 4 0
\I 4 0
EMP Table 5 2
E;NIP Table 5 2
5O
E\lP 5 O
assing Nos in EPIP Tablk
Number
pecific Enhancements
Number
6 12 Generic Enhancemcnts
Number
6 1 2 1I or Cultural 1'roperties
Number
30 (
1MI' 5 0
I 2 2 Fo r Incidental tpaces
NumbLr
20 0
E\11' 51) Drawing Nos in Ei1l' I'able
fi
Dra
nNo
nEll'Iac
41
7.0
Additional Training for Landns
____ Nnagement
7/
1/ I/u/e laidi
SeC-ion,/Vackiage
72
1/ Di/na/ Le/
-iiotn /PackagL
C GOOD
ENGINEERING
PRACTICES
I
_
)Dut supprLs...Itn
Covcred under Engineering Costs
drsimagc
&
111 1I 4
'I S 306
307 til.
3il8 7
1 roiitn (ontrol Nlcaseire (I irfinig /
itching / Seeding & iMNulching)
3 0P roti,in of Cro.-
_
I
27
ide
IrainlagL trrUetCre
4)
; ()
GncILral ISorross
irca manag1cL'nt and
naqi1tenincL ,f 11aII road, rlalied to
borrost irLeat
IS
\ir/ntiiL. polluition control TeLuSrs in,
construLction cooi nmen t1
6 (\aInnagmenm .tlrd
ditpotal
%\teb
hlitmmiMToLmateril
111
2
IiS I 1 5
if scart iLe
I S 305 9
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Item
Unit
TNRSP02
Q an titv
Spec No
Drg No / Appendix No.
I'S
70
|'ros sion of Informatorn Signs
111 156
1124
81n
usbaubs
9 L) Construction Of SpLd l-Iump,
11 ) CattlL Cro-ing,
11
R|ocation
ILr5 ICe'
of
'Lblic
1
NI'anaement
of
itiuarrIes
I'S 815 2
'IS 812 4
IS 816 2
Unhlitk
mid
Will form a part of the Contractors
cost only if the entire quarrv is taken I'S 1113
tip for the project
13 ) Rcdci clopmunr of' 13orto"
Will form a part of the Contractor's
1IS11 I 2
Cost. 3,52,191 sq m along
TNRSP 02ISII2\pd\31
\rt_a.
14 D) Con truction Ca np NIangCmLn.
o:(It'
Will form aspart of the Contractor's
cost
IS 0 Silt FLncing
Covered under Engineering Costs
16 0
aSfcn meanurcs tor -orkers
ITEMS COVERED
DAPIBUDGET
I'ir,i)nf/
UNDER
1111I
THE
R&R
Budger
Relocation
of
W'atcr
poinu
(ells,tanks,\s
\
atcr taps and hand pumps)
Relocation of gra-e%ards, statucs, moto
sheds
_
3 0
40
Relocation of Other CommUnits \sscrs
E
OPERATION PHASE
I 0
onitoring of Noise dutring Operation
Pbase
Monosnt,, tJ .\se I.el,d., al Cnn. a
II
2
.lsnitw7t7,iu
\'ss
2 0
_____
2 1
at adldltlona/l inawi,s,
of
Management
OperationalPerfornanceIndicators
L
0/
2 1 1 lor
22
Covered under RAP Budget
45
EMI'3 4 0
ENIP Table 5 2
No of Samples
30
EMIP 4 0
MoRTH-l
E-\IP Table 5 2
m\
m
No of rrlp
13ilsrwa
No of trip,
No of trip
q1/!/
/ nss.e mu/:li,w/sn mra,,/ ir
R e,e'p i r,__
/
Annex'V
Section 4
__PI:I 7 0
1N11P
4
1L\lp Table 5 2
5
L\11 4)
1 1N''I ablc 5 2
Ile
2 2 2 For i .a,rrn Corridor
'
5h 1
_
a'rctrn Corridor
2 2 1 I or Norrhtrn Corridor
7;
126
d
sllsJ,,nl/,anr
em ii/)_eti
lplO_uI
a/J/, sJ Reel',r/spmmnl/s}
R&R
Budget
&R
udg et
R&R
Budget
No of Samples
mi/ca,s,lin mea smrejin Joini ,/ db5/
i~/a~:'zg
rrop/srSq
"1 ,i',os/iie
Mfonitoring
2
NIP 6 0
I'S
III 15 6
\nnum
I 01 Rclocation of Cultural Properricc
2 )
\ppLndi\ 3 13
IFlI
40
5
I Mll 4 0)
5
I Nl'l 4 0
FNII Tablc 5 2
ENi'
t'abl 5 2
/ lee,/o
l
2 3 4 FI,r I a,rcrn C(orridor
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ___
No' of trip,
3.0 Iforination D,ssemnintrzon
Co-ordination with other departmnent
40
nd admninistratzve costs drngn
operation stage
50
dditzonal Training for Landus
>iL.110iiO/
l,cqrti,,
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ _
FMI I I abl 5 2
4
cr./(0rfdrridir
Mnagement
i'
5.7
If i/ale I.iel/
-
-I/ 0~I)s/n
I.'Iel
Se'-ioni/l'ackagt
5 3
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