Result of today..

Comments

Transcription

Result of today..
Putrajaya Holdings Sdn Bhd
“Pengurusan Sisa Pepejal
Pembinaan Di Tapak Bina ;
Pengalaman...”
Susilawati Ramli
19hb. Jun 2014
Presentation Outline
Background
Challenge
Environmental Issues
Approach & Initiative
Result
BACKGROUND
Putrajaya Holdings is the Master Developer of Putrajaya, and
was given the task of translating the vision of Putrajaya into
reality.
Putrajaya Holdings Sdn Bhd was incorporated on October 19,
1995 with the initial responsibility of designing and developing
the comprehensive, highly strategic 20-year Putrajaya
Masterplan.
Putrajaya Holdings shareholders are Petroliam Nasional Berhad
(PETRONAS) with a majority stake, Khazanah Nasional Berhad,
the investment arm of the Government of Malaysia, and
Kumpulan Wang Amanah Negara.
Today, with more than 20 signature development projects in
Putrajaya comprising office buildings, commercial hubs and
residential, Putrajaya Holdings is a maestro in the property
PJH Business
Businesses
Remarks
Project Owner
-Government offices
-Commercial Building
-Residential buildings
On going : more than 20
active projects
GDC Putrajaya
Management by GDC Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.
Pullman Lakeside Hotel
Operated by Pullman
The Everly Putrajaya Hotel
Operated by Everly
Alamanda Shopping Complex, Anjung
Operated by Suria KLCC
Lot 4C11 (Galeria)
Menara PjH
Managed by PJH
Categories of waste at construction sites
are;





Builders Wastes (Construction Waste)
Wood, Metal, Concrete
Domestic Wastes
Food wastes, plastic, Styrofoam containers
Scheduled Wastes
Spent oil, paint residue
Sewage
Others e.g. Liquid wastes
Waste water from pipes flushing / cleaning
Process water from concrete batching plant
Desilted water retained in silt ponds
OUR Challenge..
•Insufficiently stringently legislation –
Clearer legislation and rules on the
disposal of CW should be provided to
allow and encourage Re-C and Re-use.
•Lack of enforcement – ensuring that all
the CW is disposed of at the allocated
site.
•Inadequate facilities – Re-C and buyback centres for CW can reduce the
quantity of CW.
Environmental issues
PJH Business Activities
•
Environmental Impacts
•
Early Stage..
“ Illegal
Dumping”
Construction
industry is a
significant
contributor to
quality of life, it
contributes to
PUTRAJAYA EIA Approval
Condition
Clause 32 :
Open Burning is PROHIBITED
Early Stage.. “ Open Burning ”
Poor air quality
OPEN BURNING
Open burning is any open flame exposed to
the environment, where pollutants produced
from the fire are emitted directly into the
surrounding air.
Early Stage..
PUTRAJAYA EIA Approval Condition
Clause 36 :
Solid Wastes are to be disposed off at the local authority approved dump sites.
Early Stage..
POOR HOUSEKEEPING
Construction waste were dumped surrounding the working area.
No disposal bin
Scattered , no proper designated area
No procedures
Early Stage..
ATTITUDE
AWARENESS
APPROACH & INITIATIVE
•
PJH Structure
•
Contract Management
Site Environmental Control
•
Environment Reporting
•
•
PMT HSE Responsibilities
PJH STRUCTURE
HS
Functional
Units :
§
Pe r m i t t o
Wo r k
§
Pr o j e c t
Sa fe t y
Re p o r t s
§
Aw areness
Pr o m o t i o n
and
Tr a i n i n g
Env
Functional
Units :
§
Audit &
Inspec t ion
§
Env Qu a l i t y
Monit oring
§
Aw areness
Pr o m o t i o n
and
Tr a i n i n g
SITE ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL
planning
Env. Mgt. Plan
/ Report (EMP
/ EMR)
Conceptual plan
LCP / DO
approval from
Local Authority
•
•
Pre
construction
construction
completion
Self regulation
& monitoring
•
Two monitoring
and audit in a
month
•
Monthly report
•
PjH approval
before work
start at site
•
Site env control
plan
•
Site
remediation
plan
•
Submitted
upon
completion /
abandonment
•
Planning, Checking and Monitoring of environmental
control via
16
planning
Submission of Env. Mgt. Plan / Report
(EMP / EMR)
Conceptual plan
LCP / DO approval from Local Authority
•
Prepared by Env. Consultant
•
Endorsed by PJH and approved by Local
Authority (PJC)
•
Environmental Aspect, Impact and Control have
been identified including “Construction Waste
Management”.
•
•
Pre
construction
Submission of Env. Mgt.
Compliance Plan
Submitted by awarded contractor.
Reviewed and approved by PJH
•
Assessment of env risks associated
with each of project activities
•
Env Aspect & Impact Register
•
Legal and Other Requirement
Register
•
Establish Pollution Control
procedures
•
Contractor identified their;
1.
Temporary storage area
2.
Disposal area
3.
Waste Collector
•
•
PJH to contractor
construction
Audit, Inspection,
Surveillance &
Enforcement are
conducted at site.
Document review on waste
management planning,
receipts and approval of
dumpsite.
Physical observation
Issuance of report
Contractor to PJH
EMARs are to be
produced by contractors
throughout the project period
Receipts / consignment of
waste disposal to be
produced
construction
CONTRACTORS’ ROLES & responsibility
Project Managers
1. Ensure conditions and
stipulated under the
contract are fulfilled.
2. Lead and review content of
the Env. Management
Compliance Plan prior to
start work.
3. Provide sufficient resources
and labour for the
implementation of EMCP
4. Chair HSE Committee,
include agenda on EM
5. Organise Env. Awareness –
campaigns trainings, etc.
6. Proactively prevent/rectify
environmental noncompliance.
Environmental Officer
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Advice PM and team on
environmental related
matters
Conduct audit
Prepare monthly report
Implement mitigation
measures and ensure
maintenance
Update EMCP, EAIR, LORR
Implement and monitor all
matters pertaining to env.
mgmt.
Ensure all audits are
completed and the relevant
reports are submitted on
time.
completion
Submission of Project Closure Plans
Contractor to submit PCP for endorsement
–
Receipts / consignment of waste disposal to be produced
–
Physical observation at site
Endorsed report to be submitted to PJC for Approval before
getting CPC.
Environmental Training
Awareness Programs
&
KNOWLEDGE SHARING
Sharing of good practices with
JKR
9th May 2012
Study visit by JKR to GDC P4 Project Site at Precinct 4, Putrajaya.
•
sharing of knowledge and best practice of construction waste management at
Putrajaya project.
Sharing of good practices with
PPSPPA
10th February 2010
•
sharing of knowledge and best practice of construction waste management at
Putrajaya project with PPSPPA.
TODAY…
Result of today..
Result of today..
Result of today..
Result of today..
Waste segregation bins
Result of today..
Result of today..
Result of today..
Result of today..
Result of today..
Used material was recycled to
be used as a waste
(segregation) container
Result of today..
Waste segregation area – clean, properly managed
and good housekeeping
Result of today..
THANK YOU
Environment Department
HSE Division
Putrajaya Holdings Sdn Bhd