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  • Minutes of 129th SEAC meeting held on 01/03/2013 The 129th meeting of SEAC was held in Directorate of Environment, U.P. on 01/03/2013. Following members were present in the meeting along with Secretary, SEAC: 1. Dr. S.K. Bhargava Chairman 2. Dr. Krishna Gopal Member 3. Dr. Uday Mohan Member 4. Sri Ved Prakash Member 5. Dr. R.P. Singh Member The Chairman welcomed the members to the 129th SEAC meeting. The minutes of 128th SEAC meeting were confirmed. The Members of SEAC unanimously taken following decisions:
  • Minutes of 129th SEAC meeting held on 01/03/2013 Page 2 of 35 1. Extension of Production Capacity from existing 500 TPD to 1000 TPD of SSP, 200 TPD to 1000 TPD Etc., Jubilant Industries Ltd. Bhartigrame, Gajarula, U.P. file no- 1118 AD(H) A presentation was made by the project proponents. The State Level Expert Appraisal Committee has been given to understand by the project proponents that: 1. The Environmental Clearance is sought for Expansion of production capacity from existing 500 TPD to 1000 TPD of SSP,200 TPD to 1000 TPD GSSP & H2 SO4, capacity from 200 TPD to 400TPD at Jubilant Industries Ltd. Bhartiagram, Gajraula,Distt. Jyotiba Phoolay Nagar. 2. Environmental Clearance Proposed 16MW CPP and Expansion Plant of Synthetic Organic Chemical Products, J.P. Nagar, Gajraula was issued by SEIAA vide letter 1424/109/SEAC/200704-09-2008. 3. 4.95 ha is existing while area after expansion the area will be 11507.3 ha. 38% of the total area will be developed in Green area. 4. 232 MT. Rock Phosphate shall be used as raw material. 5. Energy requirement is 750 KVA which shall be sourced from UPVVNL. 150 KVA DG set (HSD based) shall be used for power backup. 6. Zero discharge shall be practiced. 7. Water requirement for the project is 930 M3 /day which shall be sourced from ground water. 8. 40.6 TPD- Coal for HAG, 37440 units/ day of additional Electricity. No D.G. sets at site. Backup power requirement is being taken from jubilant life science ltd. 9. 13.9 TPD total coal is being used. 54.5 TPD total coal will be used after Expansion. 10. The proposals are covered under category 5"a" of EIA notification dated 14/09/2006. The committee discussed the matter and directed the project proponent to submit following information: 1. Memorandum of cooperation with CMO. J P Nagar to provide basic health care services to local community, by the project proponent. 2. Certificate of monitoring lab M/s Newcon Consultants & laboratories, Ghaziabad and M/s Kamal Enviro & Foods Pvt Ltd. Gurgaon. 3. Monitoring of Fluoride concentration in ambient air within premises. 4. Ground Water testing reports conducted by M/s Kamal Enviro through EQMS for E1A report 5. Justification regarding oil & grease as BDL (below detection limit) in ground water monitoring report. 6. Health check up data of employees and contract labours. 7. Previous Mock Drill report. 8. Rate of emission without use of pollution control equipments for proposed plant 9. Online Monitoring detail for SO2 in Sulphuric Acid Plant. 10. Revised water balance (01 Lit/ m2 for Horticulture/ gardening) 11. Work Place Monitoring data. 12. Plant lay out marked with green area. 13. Risk and Disaster Management Plan. 14. Meteorological data (Site-03months,10 years IMD data of nearest station ).
  • Minutes of 129th SEAC meeting held on 01/03/2013 Page 3 of 35 15. Details of Green belt ( min 33% of total plot area). 16. Details of Environmental, Social Corporate Responsibility (ESCR) plan along with budgetary provision for three years amounting to 2% of total project cost shall be submitted within a month on need base assessment study in the study area. Income generating measures which can help in up-liftment of weaker section of society consistent with the traditional skills of the people identified. The programme can include activities such as development of fodder farm, fruit bearing orchards, drinking water facility, toilets & livelihood generation, vocational training etc. In addition, vocational training for individuals shall be imparted so that poor section of society can take up self employment and jobs. Separate budget for community development activities and income generating programmes shall be specified. 17. Safety Audit report 18. On Site Emergency Plan 2. “Mainland Meerut” Group Housing, Hotel & Commercial Complex Project at Vill-Dorli, Meerut. M/s Epitome Realtech Pvt. Ltd. File no: 1442/AD(S) Project Name : Group Housing, Hotel & Commercial Complex Project “Mainland Meerut” at Village -Dorli, Tehsil- Merrut, State-Uttar Pradesh. Project Proponent : M/s. Epitome Real Tech Pvt. Ltd. Contact Person : M/s. Epitome Real Tech Pvt. Ltd Designation : Additional VP (Operations) Address : Regd. Office: 806. Megdoot, 94, Nehru place, New Delhi-110019 Correspondence : Regd. Office: 806. Megdoot, 94, Nehru place, New Delhi-110019 Phone No. : 9871995675 Consultant : Ind. Tech House Consult. File No. : 1442 The case was presented by the consultant Ind. Tech House Consult, Rohini, Delhi. the project proponent for Proposed Group Housing, Hotel & Commercial Complex Project “Mainland Meerut” at Village -Dorli, Tehsil- Merrut, State-Uttar Pradesh of M/s. Epitome Real Tech Pvt. Ltd. was also present in the meeting. The SEAC considered the case on the basis of presentation made by the consultants and documents previously submitted for the proposed project & have been given to understand that: 1. The Project proposal falls under category - Category –B of Sr. No. in the schedule 8(a) of EIA Notification, 2006 (as amended) and will be located at village Sarsawan District Lucknow. 2. The total plot area and proposed built-up area of the project are 71329.41sq.m. and built up area of the project are 123918.314 sq.m. 3. Green belt area of the proposed project is 12692.46 sq.m. 4. The total water requirement is proposed as 458 KLD from Ground water and treated waste water. Total Fresh water requirement is proposed as 314 KLD. 5. The total waste water generation is proposed as 234 KLD to be treated in STP of 316 KLD capacity.
  • Minutes of 129th SEAC meeting held on 01/03/2013 Page 4 of 35 6. Total power requirement is proposed as 4600 KVA to be supplied by UPSEB. 7. 4200 KVA DG Sets are proposed for power backup. 8. Total No. of proposed RWH pits are 18 pits. 9. Parking facility is proposed for 1465 ECS. 10. Quantity of proposed MSW is 2.94 MT/day. The committee discussed the matter and recommended grant of Environmental Clearance to the project proposals as above along with all the General Conditions as prescribed earlier for housing projects by the Authority and following specific conditions: 1. Social Corporate Responsibility (SCR) plan along with budgetary provision amounting to 2% of total project cost shall be submitted within a month on need base assessment study in the study area. Income generating measures which can help in up-liftment of weaker section of society consistent with the traditional skills of the people identified. The programme can include activities such as development of fodder farm, fruit bearing orchards, vocational training etc. In addition, vocational training for individuals shall be imparted so that poor section of society can take up self employment and jobs. Separate budget for community development activities and income generating programmes shall be specified. 2. Use of LEDs should be explored in place of CFL. Solar light is to be provided in the common areas with 50% of them may be with dual power. 3. All internal and peripheral roads should be minimum 9 m. wide and all entry & exit should be bell mouth shaped. 4. Make separate provision for the temporary storage for MSW & E-Waste. 5. Green cover should be as per CPCB norms. 6. In case project falling within 10 Km. area of wild life sanctuaries a clearance is to be obtain from the National Board of Wild Life even if eco-sensitive zone (ESZ) has not been earmarked. 7. No ground water shall be abstracted at project site during construction or operation phase without prior permission of competent Authority. 8. Unless and until all the environmental issues are sorted out the occupancy will be restricted and would be only allowed after achieving the Permission from the competent authority. 9. Crèche, convenient shopping provision and a dedicated space/room for senior citizens with suitable facilities shall be provided during the operation phase. 10. 100% waste water is to be treated in STP confirming to prescribe standards of receiving body or designated use. To discharge excess waste water into public drainage system permission from the competent authority to be taken. 11. Laundry waste to be given primary treatment before sending to STP. 12. Height of the stack should be provided as discussed based on combined DG sets capacity and be 6 mt higher than the tallest building. 13. Unless and until all the environmental issues are sorted out the occupancy will be restricted and would be only allowed after achieving the Permission from the competent authority. 14. Provision for parking of delivery vehicles to be made.
  • Minutes of 129th SEAC meeting held on 01/03/2013 Page 5 of 35 15. During construction phase wheel wash arrangement is to be made. 3. “Ekdant FNG” Group Housing Project by M/s Alpine Realtech (P) Ltd., at Plot No-HRA- 12B,UPSIDC Housing, Sector-Surajpur Site-C Extn. (Phase-II) Greater Noida. Project Name : Group Housing Project “Ekdant FNG” at Plot No-HRA- 12B,UPSIDC Housing, Sector-Surajpur Site-C Extn. (Phase- II) Greater Noida. Project Proponent : M/s Alpine Realtech (P) Ltd., Contact Person : Mr. Ram Singh, Director Address : D-18, Sector-7, Noida Consultant (with QCI No.) : M/s GRC India Pvt. Ltd., QCI no. 71 File No. : 1450/DD(Y) The Project was considered by members of SEAC on the basis of documents (Form-1, 1A, & Conceptual Plan) submitted to the Secretariat and presentation made by the project proponent. The SEAC was given to understand that:- 1. The Project proposal falls under category - 8(a) of EIA Notification, 2006 (as amended) and will be located at Plot No-HRA-12B,UPSIDC Housing, Sector-Surajpur Site-C Extn. (Phase-II) Greater Noida. 2. The total project/plot area and proposed built-up area of the project are respectively 10743.44 m2 and 39004.663 m2. 3. The FAR permissible and to be achieved are respectively 29554.460 m2 & 29491.789 m2 4. The quantity of earth excavated is 23359.944 M3 5. Total no. of Towers & floors are respectively 5 & G+16. 6. Height of highest tower will not be exceed than 62.45 Mt. 7. Parking facility is required for 375 ECS and proposed for 479 ECS. 8. The total water requirement is proposed as 179 KLD from municipal supply. Total Fresh water requirement is proposed as 116 KLD. 9. The total waste water generation is proposed as 143 KLD to be treated in STP of 160 KLD capacity. 10. Total power requirement is proposed as 3750 KVA to be supplied by UPPCL. 11. 2x750 KVA DG Sets are proposed for power backup. 12. Green area of the proposed project is 5090.835 m2 i.e 60.88 % of the total plot area. 13. Quantity of MSW to be generated is proposed as 999.35 Kg/d. 14. Quantity of sludge from STP is to be generated is proposed as 13.916 kg/d. 15. Total no. of proposed RWH pits is 02. The committee discussed the proposal and recommended grant of prior Environmental Clearance on the proposals as above along with general conditions as prescribed by the Authority for construction projects and following specific conditions:- 1. Sprinkler to be used for curing and quenching during construction phase.
  • Minutes of 129th SEAC meeting held on 01/03/2013 Page 6 of 35 2. STP to be constructed during construction phase. 3. For the treatment for total sewage a full-fledged STP is to be provided during opreation phase.100% waste water is to be treated in captive STP conforming to prescribed standards of receiving body for designated use. Monitoring of STP to be done weekly till its stabilizations. 4. To discharge excess treated waste water into public drainage system permission from the competent authority to be taken prior to any discharge. 5. Dedicated power supply for STPs is to be ensured. During operation sludge of STP is to be used in house and surplus manure should be managed by giving to end users. 6. All entry/exit point should be bell mouth shaped. All internal roads should not be less than 9 meter wide. 7. Wheel wash arrangement is to be made at exit point during construction phase. 8. Use of LEDs should be explored in place of CFL. Solar light is to be provided in the common areas with 50% of them may be with dual provision. 9. 100 % provision of Rain Water Harvesting is to be made. RWH shall be initially done only from the roof top. RWH from green and other open areas shall be done only after permission from CGWB. 10. Height of the stack should be provided as discussed based on combined DG sets capacity and be 6mt higher than the tallest building. 11. Environmental Corporate Responsibility (ECR) plan along with budgetary provision amounting to 2% of total project cost shall be submitted (within the month) on need base assessment study in the study area. Income generating measures which can help in up- liftment of weaker section of society consistent with the traditional skills of the people identified. The program me can include activities such as old age homes, rain water harvesting provisions in nearby areas, development of fodder farm, fruit bearing orchards, vocational training etc. In addition, vocational training for individuals shall be imparted so that poor section of society can take up self employment and jobs. Separate budget for community development activities and income generating programmers shall be specified. 12. Crèche, convenient shopping provision and a dedicated space/room for senior citizens with suitable facilities shall be provided during the operation phase. 13. Green belt area should be covered with 50% trees, 25% shrubs and 25% grass. Trees should be planted on 3 rose on the periphery. At least 50% of tree should be ever green. 14. E-waste shall be managed as per e-waste notification. 15. Post project monitoring for air, water (surface+ ground), Stack noise of D.G. sets, STP to be carried out as CPCB Guidelines. 16. ECS is to be as per Greater Noida bye- laws. 17. The project proponent will manage disposal of excavated soil left after own use in eco- friendly manner and submit the plan. 18. Municipal Solid Waste management is to be managed by the project proponent till facilities is available in the area. 19. LIG & EWS housing to be provided as per Greater Noida bye- laws.
  • Minutes of 129th SEAC meeting held on 01/03/2013 Page 7 of 35 20. Unless and until all the environmental issues are sorted out the occupancy will be restricted and would be only allowed after achieving the Permission from the competent authority. 21. Ground water should not be extracted for the purpose of construction or otherwise. In case of default the Environmental Clearance will deem to be cancelled. 4. Group Housing Project "Paramount Emotions: at Plot No. GH-05(A), Sector-1, Greater Noida. M/s Paramount Homeland Pvt. Ltd.-ADH Project Name : Group Housing Project "Paramount Emotions" at Plot No. GH-05(A), Sector-1, Greater Noida, U.P. Project Proponent : M/s Paramount Homeland Pvt. Ltd., H-123, Sector-63, Noida, U.P. Contact Person : Mr. Raj Kumar Designation : CEO Address : H-123, Sector- 63 Noida. Phone No. : 01204613000 E-mail : sharmashobha1205@gmail.com Consultant (with QCI No.) : M/s Grass Root Research and Creation India (P) Ltd. File No. : 988 The Project was considered by members of SEAC on the basis of documents (Form-1, 1A, Conceptual Plan &EIA submitted vide undated letter received to the office on 27/12/2012) to the Secretariat and presentation made by the project proponent. The SEAC was given to understand that:- 1. The Project proposal falls under category - 8(b) of EIA Notification, 2006 (as amended) and will be located at at Plot No. GH-05(A), Sector-1, Greater Noida, U.P. 2. The total project/plot area and proposed built-up area of the project are respectively 45,641 m2 and 1,79,136.24 m2. 3. The FAR permissible and to be achieved are respectively 125512.75 m2 4. The total nos. of dwelling units are proposed as 1598. Towers are respectively G+28 5. Parking facility is required for 1592 ECS. and proposed for 1676 ECS. 6. The total water requirement is proposed as 641 KLD from municipal supply. Total Fresh water requirement is proposed as 435 KLD. 7. The total waste water generation is proposed as 532 KLD to be treated in STP of 650 KLD capacity. 19 KLD waste water after treatment will be sent to CSTP. 8. Total power requirement is proposed as 4900 KVA to be supplied by PVVNL. 9. 06 No of DG Sets are proposed for power backup with 4x380 KVA, 2x750 KVA. 10. Green area of the proposed project is 19818.517 m2 i.e 43.41 % of the total plot area, Out of which trees and shrubs will be planted respectively in 41.24% and 10 % area 11. Quantity of MSW to be generated is proposed as 3741.48Kg/D 12. Total no of proposed RWH pits are 20 13. All internal roads are proposed will be at least 9 meter wide.
  • Minutes of 129th SEAC meeting held on 01/03/2013 Page 8 of 35 The committee discussed the proposal and recommended grant of prior Environmental Clearance on the proposals as above along with general conditions as prescribed by the Authority for construction projects and following specific conditions:- 1. Sprinkler to be used for curing and quenching during construction phase. 2. STP to be constructed during construction phase. 3. For the treatment for total sewage a full-fledged STP is to be provided during opreation phase.100% waste water is to be treated in captive STP conforming to prescribed standards of receiving body for designated use. Monitoring of STP to be done weekly till its stabilizations. 4. To discharge excess treated waste water into public drainage system permission from the competent authority to be taken prior to any discharge. 5. Dedicated power supply for STPs is to be ensured. During operation sludge of STP is to be used in house and surplus manure should be managed by giving to end users. 6. All entry/exit point should be bell mouth shaped. All internal roads should not be less than 9 meter wide. 7. Wheel wash arrangement is to be made at exit point during construction phase. 8. Use of LEDs should be explored in place of CFL. Solar light is to be provided in the common areas with 50% of them may be with dual provision. 9. 100 % provision of Rain Water Harvesting is to be made. RWH shall be initially done only from the roof top. RWH from green and other open areas shall be done only after permission from CGWB. 10. Height of the stack should be provided as discussed based on combined DG sets capacity and be 6mt higher than the tallest building. 11. Environmental Corporate Responsibility (ECR) plan along with budgetary provision amounting to 2% of total project cost shall be submitted (within the month) on need base assessment study in the study area. Income generating measures which can help in up- liftment of weaker section of society consistent with the traditional skills of the people identified. The program me can include activities such as old age homes, rain water harvesting provisions in nearby areas, development of fodder farm, fruit bearing orchards, vocational training etc. In addition, vocational training for individuals shall be imparted so that poor section of society can take up self employment and jobs. Separate budget for community development activities and income generating programmers shall be specified. 12. Crèche, convenient shopping provision is to be provided during construction and the operation phase. 13. A dedicated space/room for senior citizens at club/recreation hall with suitable facilities shall be provided during the operation phase. 14. Green belt area should be covered with 50% trees, 25% shrubs and 25% grass. Trees should be planted on 3 rose on the periphery. At least 50% of tree should be ever green. 15. Temporary storage for E-waste shall be provided and it should be managed as per e-waste notification.
  • Minutes of 129th SEAC meeting held on 01/03/2013 Page 9 of 35 16. Wherever a particular area is recorded as a pond in the revenue records and all such ponds covered in the project area shall be adopted by the project proponents, and suitably rejuvenated. 17. Inhabitants of villages, if any, included in the project site will not be displaced but the facilities for the villagers shall be upgraded. 18. Post project monitoring for air, water (surface+ ground), Stack noise of D.G. sets, STP to be carried out as CPCB Guidelines. 19. ECS is to be as per Greater Noida bye- laws. 20. The project proponent will manage disposal of excavated soil left after own use in eco- friendly manner and submit the plan. 21. Municipal Solid Waste management is to be managed by the project proponent till facilities is available in the area. 22. LIG & EWS housing to be provided as per Greater Noida bye- laws. 23. Unless and until all the environmental issues are sorted out the occupancy will be restricted and would be only allowed after achieving the Permission from the competent authority. 24. Ground water should not be extracted for the purpose of construction or otherwise. In case of default the Environmental Clearance will deem to be cancelled. 5. Group Housing "Dream Valley" at Plot No. GH-09, Sector-Tech Zone-IV, Greater Noida, U.P. M/s Amrapali Dream Valley Pvt. Ltd., Project Name : Proposed Group Housing Project “Dream Valley” of M/s Amrapali Dream Valley Pvt. Ltd., at Plot No. GH-09, Sector-Tech Zone-IV, Tehsil- Greater Noida, District- Gautam Budh Nagar, State-Uttar Pradesh. Project Proponent : M/s Amrapali Dream Valley Pvt. Ltd. Contact Person :Mr. Shiv Priya Address : M/s Amrapali Dream Valley Pvt. Ltd., 07, 3rd Floor Nupur Tower Plot No. 1 Community Centre, Karkadooma, Delhi-110092 Consultant : Dr. Dheeraj Singh M/s G.R.C. Pvt. Ltd. Noida (U.P.) File No. : 989 The case was presented on behalf of project proponent M/s Amrapali Dream Valley Pvt. Ltd.by the Mr. Mervyn Gilbert (Consultant from M/s Grass Roots Research & Creation India (P) Ltd.) and Mr. Anjani Kumar Rai, representative for Proposed Group Housing Project “Dream Valley” of M/s Amrapali Dream Valley Pvt. Ltd., at Plot No. GH-09, Sector-Tech Zone-IV, Tehsil- Greater Noida, District- Gautam Budh Nagar, State-Uttar Pradesh was present in the meeting. The SEAC considered the case on the basis of presentation made by the consultants and documents previously submitted for the proposed project & have been given to understand that: 1. The environmental clearance is sought for Proposed Group Housing Project “Dream Valley” of M/s Amrapali Dream Valley Pvt. Ltd., at Plot No. GH-09, Sector-Tech Zone-IV, Tehsil- Greater Noida, District- Gautam Budh Nagar, State-Uttar Pradesh. 2. The project is covered under category 8b of EIA notification, 2006 as amended. 3. The total plot area of proposed project is 3,54,298.00 m2 & the built-up area is 14,52,343.03 m2 4. For the proposed project total water requirement is 4,763 KLD.
  • Minutes of 129th SEAC meeting held on 01/03/2013 Page 10 of 35 5. Domestic water requirement is 4637 kld. 6. The total waste water will be generated as 3,589 KLD which will be treated in house STP of capacity 4790 kld at about 2068 KLD(during non rainy season) &2194KLD(duringrainy season) of waste water will be discharged to CSTP after secondary treatment . 7. Approx. 28531.9 Kg/day of solid waste will be generated. 8. For the proposed project the total Landscape Area Provided @50.32% of open area: (1, 25,470.39 m2 ) 9. 15,206 ECS is proposed for the project. 10. No of Rain Water Harvesting Pits 97. 11. Total power requirement for the proposed project is 30523 KVA which will be tapped from Uttar Pradesh State Electricity Board (UPSEB) & Power backup will be given by (14X 600+5X750+7 X1010+7 X 1250) KVA, DG sets. The committee discussed the matter and recommended grant of Environmental Clearance to the project proposals as above along with all the General Conditions as prescribed earlier for housing projects by the Authority and following specific conditions: 1. Sprinkler to be used for curing and quenching during construction phase. 2. STP to be constructed during construction phase. 3. For the treatment for total sewage a full-fledged STP is to be provided during opreation phase.100% waste water is to be treated in captive STP conforming to prescribed standards of receiving body for designated use. Monitoring of STP to be done weekly till its stabilizations. 4. To discharge excess treated waste water into public drainage system permission from the competent authority to be taken prior to any discharge. 5. Dedicated power supply for STPs is to be ensured. During operation sludge of STP is to be used in house and surplus manure should be managed by giving to end users. 6. All entry/exit point should be bell mouth shaped. All internal roads should not be less than 9 meter wide. 7. Wheel wash arrangement is to be made at exit point during construction phase. 8. Use of LEDs should be explored in place of CFL. Solar light is to be provided in the common areas with 50% of them may be with dual provision. 9. 100 % provision of Rain Water Harvesting is to be made. RWH shall be initially done only from the roof top. RWH from green and other open areas shall be done only after permission from CGWB. 10. Height of the stack should be provided as discussed based on combined DG sets capacity and be 6mt higher than the tallest building. 11. Environmental Corporate Responsibility (ECR) plan along with budgetary provision amounting to 2% of total project cost shall be submitted (within the month) on need base assessment study in the study area. Income generating measures which can help in up- liftment of weaker section of society consistent with the traditional skills of the people identified. The program me can include activities such as old age homes, rain water harvesting provisions in nearby areas, development of fodder farm, fruit bearing orchards, vocational training etc. In addition, vocational training for individuals shall be imparted so
  • Minutes of 129th SEAC meeting held on 01/03/2013 Page 11 of 35 that poor section of society can take up self employment and jobs. Separate budget for community development activities and income generating programmers shall be specified. 12. Crèche, convenient shopping provision is to be provided during construction and the operation phase. 13. A dedicated space/room for senior citizens at club/recreation hall with suitable facilities shall be provided during the operation phase. 14. Green belt area should be covered with 50% trees, 25% shrubs and 25% grass. Trees should be planted on 3 rose on the periphery. At least 50% of tree should be ever green. 15. Temporary storage for E-waste shall be provided and it should be managed as per e-waste notification. 16. Post project monitoring for air, water (surface+ ground), Stack noise of D.G. sets, STP to be carried out as CPCB Guidelines. 17. ECS is to be as per Greater Noida bye- laws. 18. The project proponent will manage disposal of excavated soil left after own use in eco- friendly manner and submit the plan. 19. Municipal Solid Waste management is to be managed by the project proponent till facilities is available in the area. 20. LIG & EWS housing to be provided as per Greater Noida bye- laws. 21. Effective safeguard measures, such as during construction phase water sprinkling shall be carried out in critical areas prone to air pollution and having high levels of particulate matter such as loading and unloading point and all transfer points. Extensive water sprinkling shall be carried out on haul roads. It should be ensured that the Ambient Air Quality parameters conform to the norms prescribed by the Central Pollution Control Board in this regard. 22. PUC citified vehicles to be deployed. 23. Unless and until all the environmental issues are sorted out the occupancy will be restricted and would be only allowed after achieving the Permission from the competent authority. 24. Ground water should not be extracted for the purpose of construction or otherwise. In case of default the Environmental Clearance will deem to be cancelled. 6. Group Housing,Plot GH-07A, Sector-Omicron-III, Greater NOIDA, U.P. M/s Springlea Developers (P) Ltd., C-56/A3, Sector-62, NOIDA-201307 Project Name : Group Housing, Plot GH-07A, Sector-Omicron-III, Greater NOIDA, Project Proponent : M/s Springlea Developers (P) Ltd., C-56/A3, Sector-62, NOIDA Contact Person Mr. Benny K. Jhon Address : C 56/9, Sector-62, Noida. Consultant (with QCI No.): A.K. Gupta, M/s Shree Env Tech, Jankpuri, New Delhi File No. : 1456/DD(D) The case was presented by the consultant A.K. Gupta, M/s Shree Env Tech, Jankpuri, New Delhi along with Mr. Benney K. John the representative of the project proponent. The SEAC considered the case on the basis of documents submitted to the Secretariat (form-1, 1A, and
  • Minutes of 129th SEAC meeting held on 01/03/2013 Page 12 of 35 Conceptual plan) and presentation made by the consultant before the committee. The SEAC have been given to understand that:- 1. The Environmental Clearance is sought for the Group Housingproject at Plot GH-07A, Sector- Omicron-III, Greater NOIDA. 2. The project is covered under category 8 a of EIA notification, 2006 as amended. 3. The total plot area of proposed project is 20365 m2 and the built-up area is 69065 m2 . 4. The quantity of earth to be excavated is proposed as 122000 M.3 5. For the project the Green belt area is proposed as 8177 m,2 which is 40% of the total plot area. 6. 14 no. of towers have been proposed and the height of the tower/ building will not exceed than 44.95 m2 . 7. Total water requirement as 268 KLD & Fresh water demand as 174 KLD from Municipal water supply have been proposed. The total waste water will be generated as 232 KLD which will be treated in STP of 255 KLD capacity. 8. 08 no. of Rain Water Harvesting pits have been proposed. 9. Generation of 1350 Kg/day municipal solid wastes has been estimated. 10. Parking provision for 750 ECS has been proposed. 11. Total power requirement as 3000 KW have been proposed and will be sourced from UPPCL. The power backup will be met through 1x500 KVA & 2x1010 KVA DG sets. 12. Quantity of sludge from STP to be generated is proposed as 15 Kg/d. 13. All internal roads are proposed to be 9 mt. The committee discussed the proposal and recommended grant of prior Environmental Clearance on the proposals as above along with general conditions as prescribed by the Authority for construction projects and following specific conditions:- 1. Sprinkler to be used for curing and quenching during construction phase. 2. STP to be constructed during construction phase. 3. For the treatment for total sewage a full-fledged STP is to be provided during opreation phase.100% waste water is to be treated in captive STP conforming to prescribed standards of receiving body for designated use. Monitoring of STP to be done weekly till its stabilizations. 4. To discharge excess treated waste water into public drainage system permission from the competent authority to be taken prior to any discharge. 5. Dedicated power supply for STPs is to be ensured. During operation sludge of STP is to be used in house and surplus manure should be managed by giving to end users. 6. All entry/exit point should be bell mouth shaped. All internal roads should not be less than 9 meter wide. 7. Wheel wash arrangement is to be made at exit point during construction phase. 8. Use of LEDs should be explored in place of CFL. Solar light is to be provided in the common areas with 50% of them may be with dual provision.
  • Minutes of 129th SEAC meeting held on 01/03/2013 Page 13 of 35 9. 100 % provision of Rain Water Harvesting is to be made. RWH shall be initially done only from the roof top. RWH from green and other open areas shall be done only after permission from CGWB. 10. Height of the stack should be provided as discussed based on combined DG sets capacity and be 6mt higher than the tallest building. 11. Environmental Corporate Responsibility (ECR) plan along with budgetary provision amounting to 2% of total project cost shall be submitted (within the month) on need base assessment study in the study area. Income generating measures which can help in up- liftment of weaker section of society consistent with the traditional skills of the people identified. The program me can include activities such as old age homes, rain water harvesting provisions in nearby areas, development of fodder farm, fruit bearing orchards, vocational training etc. In addition, vocational training for individuals shall be imparted so that poor section of society can take up self employment and jobs. Separate budget for community development activities and income generating programmers shall be specified. 12. Crèche, convenient shopping provision is to be provided during construction and the operation phase. 13. A dedicated space/room for senior citizens at club/recreation hall with suitable facilities shall be provided during the operation phase. 14. Green belt area should be covered with 50% trees, 25% shrubs and 25% grass. Trees should be planted on 3 rose on the periphery. At least 50% of tree should be ever green. 15. Temporary storage for E-waste shall be provided and it should be managed as per e-waste notification. 16. ECS is to be as per Greater Noida bye- laws. 17. The project proponent will manage disposal of excavated soil left after own use in eco- friendly manner and submit the plan. 18. Municipal Solid Waste management is to be managed by the project proponent till facilities is available in the area. 19. LIG & EWS housing to be provided as per Greater Noida bye- laws. 20. Unless and until all the environmental issues are sorted out the occupancy will be restricted and would be only allowed after achieving the Permission from the competent authority. 21. Ground water should not be extracted for the purpose of construction or otherwise. In case of default the Environmental Clearance will deem to be cancelled. 7. “Group Housing at Plot No GH-04, Sector Omicron-III, Greater Noida, G.B.Nagar. M/s Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority. File no:1157/AD(s) Project Name : Group Housing at Plot No GH-04, Sector Omicron-III, Greater Noida, G.B.Nagar. Project Proponent : Mrs. Leenu Sehgal. Contact Person : Mrs. Leenu Sehgal. Designation : General Manager Address : Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority, 169, Sec- Greater Noida city, Greater Noida, District- G.B. Nagar.
  • Minutes of 129th SEAC meeting held on 01/03/2013 Page 14 of 35 Correspondence : Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority Phone No. : 98109279919 Consultant : Sawen Conasultancy Services Pvt. Ltd. File No. : 1157 The case was presented by the Sawen Conasultancy Services Pvt. Ltd. Lucknow the project proponent for Proposed Group Housing at Plot No GH-04, Sector Omicron-III, Greater Noida, G.B.Nagar of M/s. Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority was also present in the meeting. The SEAC considered the case on the basis of presentation made by the consultants and documents previously submitted for the proposed project & have been given to understand that: 1. The environmental clearance is sought for Proposed Proposed Group Housing Project Of M/s Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority at Greater NOIDA, Sector-OMICRON-III Plot No: GH-04, Tehsil-Daadri, District Gautam Budh Nagar, State- Uttar Pradesh. Category –B of Sr. No. in the schedule 8(a) 2. The project is covered under Category –B of Sr. No. in the schedule 8(a) of EIA notification, 2006 as amended. 3. The total plot area of proposed project is 34,109.45 m2 & the built-up area is 46,230.96 m2 4. For the proposed project total water requirement is 217.035 KLD. Fresh water demand is 217.035 KLD. 5. The total waste water will be generated as 180.05 KLD which will be treated at 105 MLD STP capacity at Kasna, Gautam Budh Nagar U.P. 6. Total municipal solid waste generated will be 1496 Kg/day 7. For the project the Total Green Area of 12,659.62 m2 (@56.08% of plot area) has been proposed. 8. 367 ECS for 4- wheelers and 421 ECS for 2- wheelers, Total 788 ECS are proposed for the project. 9. Total power requirement for the proposed project is 2,500 KVA which will be sourced from NPCL, power back up will be provided by DG sets (6X 400)= 2400 KVA The committee discussed the matter and recommended grant of prior Environmental Clearance to the project proposals as above in light of provisions of MoEF OM No: J- 11013/41/2006-IAII(I) dated 12/12/2012 along with all the General Conditions as prescribed earlier for housing projects by the Authority and following specific conditions: 1. Sprinkler to be used for curing and quenching during construction phase. 2. STP to be constructed during construction phase. 3. For the treatment for total sewage a full-fledged STP is to be provided during opreation phase.100% waste water is to be treated in captive STP conforming to prescribed standards of receiving body for designated use. Monitoring of STP to be done weekly till its stabilizations. 4. To discharge excess treated waste water into public drainage system permission from the competent authority to be taken prior to any discharge. 5. Dedicated power supply for STPs is to be ensured. During operation sludge of STP is to be used in house and surplus manure should be managed by giving to end users. 6. All entry/exit point should be bell mouth shaped. All internal roads should not be less than 9 meter wide. 7. Wheel wash arrangement is to be made at exit point during construction phase.
  • Minutes of 129th SEAC meeting held on 01/03/2013 Page 15 of 35 8. Use of LEDs should be explored in place of CFL. Solar light is to be provided in the common areas with 50% of them may be with dual provision. 9. 100 % provision of Rain Water Harvesting is to be made. RWH shall be initially done only from the roof top. RWH from green and other open areas shall be done only after permission from CGWB. 10. Height of the stack should be provided as discussed based on combined DG sets capacity and be 6mt higher than the tallest building. 11. Environmental Corporate Responsibility (ECR) plan along with budgetary provision amounting to 2% of total project cost shall be submitted (within the month) on need base assessment study in the study area. Income generating measures which can help in up- liftment of weaker section of society consistent with the traditional skills of the people identified. The program me can include activities such as old age homes, rain water harvesting provisions in nearby areas, development of fodder farm, fruit bearing orchards, vocational training etc. In addition, vocational training for individuals shall be imparted so that poor section of society can take up self employment and jobs. Separate budget for community development activities and income generating programmers shall be specified. 12. Crèche, convenient shopping provision is to be provided during construction and the operation phase. 13. A dedicated space/room for senior citizens at club/recreation hall with suitable facilities shall be provided during the operation phase. 14. Green belt area should be covered with 50% trees, 25% shrubs and 25% grass. Trees should be planted on 3 rose on the periphery. At least 50% of tree should be ever green. 15. Temporary storage for E-waste shall be provided and it should be managed as per e-waste notification. 16. ECS is to be as per Greater Noida bye- laws. 17. The project proponent will manage disposal of excavated soil left after own use in eco- friendly manner and submit the plan. 18. Municipal Solid Waste management is to be managed by the project proponent till facilities is available in the area. 19. Unless and until all the environmental issues are sorted out the occupancy will be restricted and would be only allowed after achieving the Permission from the competent authority. 20. Ground water should not be extracted for the purpose of construction or otherwise. In case of default the Environmental Clearance will deem to be cancelled. The project proponent also informed the committee that construction of around 15% of built-up area has been undertaken between the years 2006 to 2012, prior to this proposal. The same has been taken into account for the purpose of environmental clearance in this proposal. The committee discussed the matter in light of provisions of OM No: J-11013/41/2006- IAII(I) dated 13/12/2012 regarding construction prior to environmental clearance and directed the project proponents to submit an action plan for compliance of general conditions as prescribed by the Authority for construction projects regarding the construction already done and, a resolution of the Directors/Board of trusties/society/authority that violation shall not be repeated again. The committee also directed the Secretary, SEAC regarding initiation of necessary credible action by the State Government as per Section 15 and Section 19 of Environment Protection Act, 1986 for
  • Minutes of 129th SEAC meeting held on 01/03/2013 Page 16 of 35 above violation and to inform the committee accordingly. The matter shall be taken up for consideration after communication from State Government about initiation of credible action in this regards. 8. Group Housing "Devika Gold Homz" at Plot No. GH-06C, Sector-1, Greater Noida. M/s Devika Gold Homz Pvt. Ltd. Project Name : Group Housing Project "Devika Gold Homz" at Plot No. GH-06C, Sector-1, Greater Noida. Project Proponent : M/s Devika Gold Homz Pvt. Ltd. Contact Person : Mr. Amar Bakshi, CEO Address : Stilt floor, Devika tower, 6, Nehru Place, Delhi. Consultant (with QCI No.) : M/s Shri Env-Das Pvt. Ltd., QCI no. 43 File No. : 828/DD(Y) The Project was considered by members of SEAC on the basis of documents (Form-1, 1A, & Conceptual Plan) to the Secretariat and presentation made by the project proponent. The SEAC was given to understand that :- 1. The Project proposal falls under category - 8(a) of EIA Notification, 2006 (as amended) and will be located at at Plot No. 123,155, Sector-86, Village- Iiahbus, Dadari, G.B. Nagar, U.P. 2. The total project/plot area and proposed built-up area of the project are respectively 30000 m2 and 119540 m2 . 3. The FAR permissible and to be achieved are respectively 63563 m2 & 82483.3 m2 4. The quantity of earth excavated is 80,000 M3 5. Total no. of Towers & floors are respectively 10 & G+19. 6. Height of highest tower will not be exceed than 57 Mt. 7. Parking facility is required for 1032 ECS and proposed for 1030 ECS. 8. The total water requirement is proposed as 498 KLD from municipal supply. Total Fresh water requirement is proposed as 340 KLD. 9. The total waste water generation is proposed as 363 KLD to be treated in STP of 435 KLD capacity. 10. Total power requirement is proposed as 7000 KVA to be supplied by Noida Authority. 11. 12x500 KVA DG Sets are proposed for power backup. 12. Green area of the proposed project is 11630 m2 i.e 38.7 % of the total plot area, Out of which 50 trees and 50 % shrubs will be planted. 13. Quantity of MSW to be generated is proposed as 2.71 TPD. 14. Quantity of E-waste to be generated is proposed as 2 kg/d. 15. Quantity of sludge from STP is to be generated is proposed as 150 kg/d. 16. Total no. of proposed RWH pits are 04. The committee discussed the proposal and recommended grant of prior Environmental Clearance on the proposals as above along with general conditions as prescribed by the Authority for construction projects and following specific conditions:- 1. Sprinkler to be used for curing and quenching during construction phase. 2. STP to be constructed during construction phase.
  • Minutes of 129th SEAC meeting held on 01/03/2013 Page 17 of 35 3. For the treatment for total sewage a full-fledged STP is to be provided during opreation phase.100% waste water is to be treated in captive STP conforming to prescribed standards of receiving body for designated use. Monitoring of STP to be done weekly till its stabilizations. 4. To discharge excess treated waste water into public drainage system permission from the competent authority to be taken prior to any discharge. 5. Dedicated power supply for STPs is to be ensured. During operation sludge of STP is to be used in house and surplus manure should be managed by giving to end users. 6. All entry/exit point should be bell mouth shaped. All internal roads should not be less than 9 meter wide. 7. Wheel wash arrangement is to be made at exit point during construction phase. 8. Use of LEDs should be explored in place of CFL. Solar light is to be provided in the common areas with 50% of them may be with dual provision. 9. 100 % provision of Rain Water Harvesting is to be made. RWH shall be initially done only from the roof top. RWH from green and other open areas shall be done only after permission from CGWB. 10. Height of the stack should be provided as discussed based on combined DG sets capacity and be 6mt higher than the tallest building. 11. Environmental Corporate Responsibility (ECR) plan along with budgetary provision amounting to 2% of total project cost shall be submitted (within the month) on need base assessment study in the study area. Income generating measures which can help in up- liftment of weaker section of society consistent with the traditional skills of the people identified. The program me can include activities such as old age homes, rain water harvesting provisions in nearby areas, development of fodder farm, fruit bearing orchards, vocational training etc. In addition, vocational training for individuals shall be imparted so that poor section of society can take up self employment and jobs. Separate budget for community development activities and income generating programmers shall be specified. 12. Crèche, convenient shopping provision is to be provided during construction and the operation phase. 13. A dedicated space/room for senior citizens at club/recreation hall with suitable facilities shall be provided during the operation phase. 14. Green belt area should be covered with 50% trees, 25% shrubs and 25% grass. Trees should be planted on 3 rose on the periphery. At least 50% of tree should be ever green. 15. Temporary storage for E-waste shall be provided and it should be managed as per e-waste notification. 16. Post project monitoring for air, water (surface+ ground), Stack noise of D.G. sets, STP to be carried out as CPCB Guidelines. 17. ECS is to be as per Greater Noida bye- laws. 18. The project proponent will manage disposal of excavated soil left after own use in eco- friendly manner and submit the plan. 19. Municipal Solid Waste management is to be managed by the project proponent till facilities is available in the area. 20. LIG & EWS housing to be provided as per Greater Noida bye- laws.
  • Minutes of 129th SEAC meeting held on 01/03/2013 Page 18 of 35 21. Unless and until all the environmental issues are sorted out the occupancy will be restricted and would be only allowed after achieving the Permission from the competent authority. 22. Ground water should not be extracted for the purpose of construction or otherwise. In case of default the Environmental Clearance will deem to be cancelled. 9. “Omaxe Integrated Township at Sultanpur Road, Lucknow” of M/s Omaxe Ltd. at Village-Sarsawan, Tehsil- Lucknow, District- Lucknow, State-Uttar Pradesh. 1067/AD(S) Project Name : “Omaxe Integrated Township at Sultanpur Road, Lucknow” Project Proponent : M/s. Omaxe Ltd. Contact Person : Mr. Kishor Goel Designation : Additional VP (Operations) Address : 7, Local Shopping Centre, Kalkaji, New Delhi-110019 Correspondence : 7, Local Shopping Centre, Kalkaji, New Delhi-110019 Phone No. : 9999999872 e-mail : sharvan@omaxe.com Consultant : Min. Mec. Consultancy Pvt. Ltd. File No. : 1067 The case was presented by the consultant Min. Mec. Consultancy Pvt. Ltd. the project proponent for Proposed “Omaxe Integrated Township at Sultanpur Road, Lucknow” of M/s Omaxe Ltd. at Village-Sarsawan, Tehsil- Lucknow, District- Lucknow Mr. Kishor Goel, was also present in the meeting. The SEAC considered the case on the basis of presentation made by the consultants and documents previously submitted for the proposed project & have been given to understand that: 1. The Project proposal falls under category - Category –B of Sr. No. in the schedule 8(b) of EIA Notification, 2006 (as amended) and will be located at village Sarsawan District Lucknow. 2. The total plot area and proposed built-up area of the project are 492763 sqm and 5, 04,366.6 sqm respectively. 3. Green belt area of the proposed project is 16.15 Acer (65363.74 sqm) i.e 15.92 % of the total plot area, out of which trees and shrubs will be planted respectively in 50% and 50% area. 4. The total water requirement is proposed as 2.34 MLD from Ground water and treated waste water. Total Fresh water requirement is proposed as 1.74 MLD. 5. The total waste water generation is proposed as 2.17 MLD to be treated in STP of 2.6 MLD capacity. 6. Total power requirement is proposed as 10.0 MW to be supplied by UPPCL. 7. 06 No. of 500 KVA DG Sets are proposed for power backup for operation of essential services such as water supply and STP. 8. Total No. of proposed RWH pits are .40 pits. 9. Parking facility is proposed for 4711 ECS. 10. Quantity of proposed MSW is 22.18 TPD. 11. All internal roads are proposed to be at least 9 meter wide.
  • Minutes of 129th SEAC meeting held on 01/03/2013 Page 19 of 35 The committee discussed the matter and recommended grant of prior Environmental Clearance to the project proposals as above along with all the General Conditions as prescribed earlier for housing projects by the Authority and following specific conditions: 1. STP to be constructed during construction phase. 2. For the treatment for total sewage a full-fledged STP is to be provided during opreation phase.100% waste water is to be treated in captive STP conforming to prescribed standards of receiving body for designated use. Monitoring of STP to be done weekly till its stabilizations. 3. To discharge excess treated waste water into public drainage system permission from the competent authority to be taken prior to any discharge. 4. Dedicated power supply for STPs is to be ensured. During operation sludge of STP is to be used in house and surplus manure should be managed by giving to end users. 5. All entry/exit point should be bell mouth shaped. All internal roads should not be less than 9 meter wide. 6. Wheel wash arrangement is to be made at exit point during construction phase. 7. Use of LEDs should be explored in place of CFL. Solar light is to be provided in the common areas with 50% of them may be with dual provision. 8. 100 % provision of Rain Water Harvesting is to be made. RWH shall be initially done only from the roof top. RWH from green and other open areas shall be done only after permission from CGWB. 9. Height of the stack should be provided as discussed based on combined DG sets capacity and be 6mt higher than the tallest building. 10. Environmental Corporate Responsibility (ECR) plan along with budgetary provision amounting to 2% of total project cost shall be submitted (within the month) on need base assessment study in the study area. Income generating measures which can help in up- liftment of weaker section of society consistent with the traditional skills of the people identified. The program me can include activities such as old age homes, rain water harvesting provisions in nearby areas, development of fodder farm, fruit bearing orchards, vocational training etc. In addition, vocational training for individuals shall be imparted so that poor section of society can take up self employment and jobs. Separate budget for community development activities and income generating programmers shall be specified. 11. Crèche, convenient shopping provision is to be provided during construction and the operation phase. 12. A dedicated space/room for senior citizens at club/recreation hall with suitable facilities shall be provided during the operation phase. 13. Green belt area should be covered with 50% trees, 25% shrubs and 25% grass. Trees should be planted on 3 rose on the periphery. At least 50% of tree should be ever green. 14. Temporary storage for E-waste shall be provided and it should be managed as per e-waste notification. 15. Wherever a particular area is recorded as a pond in the revenue records and all such ponds covered in the project area shall be adopted by the project proponents, and suitably rejuvenated.
  • Minutes of 129th SEAC meeting held on 01/03/2013 Page 20 of 35 16. Inhabitants of villages, if any, included in the project site will not be displaced but the facilities for the villagers shall be upgraded. 17. Post project monitoring for air, water (surface+ ground), Stack noise of D.G. sets, STP to be carried out as CPCB Guidelines. 18. ECS is to be as per LDA bye- laws. 19. The project proponent will manage disposal of excavated soil left after own use in eco- friendly manner and submit the plan. 20. LIG & EWS housing to be provided as per LDA bye- laws. 21. Excess treated waste water shall be managed by proponent till proper drainage/sewer systems are provided by local authority. Treated waste water will not be given to ground water recharge and it will be managed till the proper drainage/sewer systems is accomplished. 22. The project proponent will adhere to the approved land use as per the allotment letter. 23. Unless and until all the environmental issues are sorted out the occupancy will be restricted and would be only allowed after achieving the Permission from the competent authority. 24. Ground water should not be extracted for the purpose of construction or otherwise. In case of default the Environmental Clearance will deem to be cancelled. 25. Effective safeguard measures, such as during construction phase water sprinkling shall be carried out in critical areas prone to air pollution and having high levels of particulate matter such as loading and unloading point and all transfer points. Extensive water sprinkling shall be carried out on haul roads. It should be ensured that the Ambient Air Quality parameters conform to the norms prescribed by the Central Pollution Control Board in this regard. 26. Priority should be given to PUC vehicles. 10. Group housing Project Victory One central located at Plot No.-GH-2E, Sector-12, Greater Noida, District–Gauttam Budh Nagar, U.P.. File no- 1475, JDCA(S) Project Name : Victory one central Project Proponent : M/s. Intellect Projects Pvt. Ltd. Contact Person : Mr. Ashvini Gupta Designation : Address : Plot No.-1, sector-143, Noida, District–Gauttam Budh Nagar, U.P.- 201310 Correspondence : M/s. Intellect Projects Pvt. Ltd, H-56, Sector-63, GR, Noida-201301 Phone No. : 0120-4266666 Consultant : Shri Env. Tech. Instt. File No. : 1475 The case was presented by the consultant Shri Env. Tech. Instt. the project proponent for Proposed Group housing Project Victory One central located at Plot No.-GH-2E, Sector-12, Greater Noida, Gauttam Budh Nagar, U.P. of M/s Intellect Projects Pvt. Ltd. Mr. Ashvini Gupta, was also present in the meeting. The SEAC considered the case on the basis of presentation made
  • Minutes of 129th SEAC meeting held on 01/03/2013 Page 21 of 35 by the consultants and documents previously submitted for the proposed project & have been given to understand that: 1- The environmental clearance is sought for Proposed Group housing Project “Victory One Central” located at Plot No.-GH-2E, Sector-12, Greater Noida, Gauttam Budh Nagar, U.P. of M/s. Intellect Projects Pvt. Ltd. 2- The project is covered under Category–8a of Sr. No. in the schedule 8(b) of EIA notification, 2006 as amended. 3- The total plot area of proposed project is 18,000.00 sq.m. & the built-up area is 87028.209 sq.m. 4- For the proposed project total water requirement is 301 KLD. Fresh water demand is 226 KLD. 5- It is expected that the project will generate approx 247 KLD of wastewater which will be treated in STP of capacity of 250 KLD. 6- Total municipal solid waste generated will be 2070 kg/day. 7- For the project the green area 6890.00 m2 has been proposed. 8- 967 ECS is proposed for the project. 9- Maximum height of the building: G+18 10- Rain water harvesting pits: 9 11- Total power requirement for the proposed project is 2943 KW which will be sourced from NPCL & power back up will be provided by DG sets (2x750 KVA) 1500 KVA. The committee discussed the matter and recommended grant of prior Environmental Clearance to the project proposals as above along with all the General Conditions as prescribed earlier for housing projects by the Authority and following specific conditions: 1. STP to be constructed during construction phase. 2. For the treatment for total sewage a full-fledged STP is to be provided during operation phase.100% waste water is to be treated in captive STP conforming to prescribed standards of receiving body for designated use. Monitoring of STP to be done weekly till its stabilizations. 3. To discharge excess treated waste water into public drainage system permission from the competent authority to be taken prior to any discharge. 4. Dedicated power supply for STPs is to be ensured. During operation sludge of STP is to be used in house and surplus manure should be managed by giving to end users. 5. All entry/exit point should be bell mouth shaped. All internal roads should not be less than 9 meter wide. 6. Use of LEDs should be explored in place of CFL. Solar light is to be provided in the common areas with 50% of them may be with dual provision. 7. 100 % provision of Rain Water Harvesting is to be made. RWH shall be initially done only from the roof top. RWH from green and other open areas shall be done only after permission from CGWB. 8. Environmental Corporate Responsibility (ECR) plan along with budgetary provision amounting to 2% of total project cost shall be submitted (within the month) on need base assessment study in the study area. Income generating measures which can help in up-
  • Minutes of 129th SEAC meeting held on 01/03/2013 Page 22 of 35 liftment of weaker section of society consistent with the traditional skills of the people identified. The program me can include activities such as old age homes, rain water harvesting provisions in nearby areas, development of fodder farm, fruit bearing orchards, vocational training etc. In addition, vocational training for individuals shall be imparted so that poor section of society can take up self employment and jobs. Separate budget for community development activities and income generating programmers shall be specified. 9. Crèche, convenient shopping provision is to be provided during construction and the operation phase. 10. A dedicated space/room for senior citizens at club/recreation hall with suitable facilities shall be provided during the operation phase. 11. Green belt area should be covered with 50% trees, 25% shrubs and 25% grass. Trees should be planted on 3 rose on the periphery. At least 50% of tree should be ever green. 12. Temporary storage for E-waste shall be provided and it should be managed as per e-waste notification. 13. ECS is to be as per Greater noida bye- laws. 14. The project proponent will manage disposal of excavated soil left after own use in eco- friendly manner and submit the plan. 15. Excess treated waste water shall be managed by proponent till proper drainage/sewer systems are provided by local authority. Treated waste water will not be given to ground water recharge and it will be managed till the proper drainage/sewer systems is accomplished. 16. Unless and until all the environmental issues are sorted out the occupancy will be restricted and would be only allowed after achieving the Permission from the competent authority. 17. Ground water should not be extracted for the purpose of construction or otherwise. In case of default the Environmental Clearance will deem to be cancelled. 11. Group Housing Project "IRIDIA" at Village- Iiahbus Khasra No. 123, 155 Sector- 86, Dadari, G.B. Nagar. M/s Kaveri Awas Samiti Ltd. Project Name : Group Housing Project "IRIDIA" at Village- Llahbus Khasra No. 123, 155 Sector- 86, Noida. Project Proponent : M/s Kaveri Awas Samiti Ltd. Contact Person : Mr. Atul Mishra Address : 303, Third Floor, Devika Tower, Chandra Nagar, Ghaziabad. Consultant (with QCI No.) : M/s Shri Env-tech Institute, Delhi. File No. : 1476 The Project was considered by members of SEAC on the basis of documents (Form-1, 1A, & Conceptual Plan ) to the Secretariat and presentation made by the project proponent. The SEAC was given to understand that:- 1. The Project proposal falls under category - 8(a) of EIA Notification, 2006 (as amended) and will be located at at Plot No. 123,155, Sector-86, Village- Iiahbus, Dadari, G.B. Nagar, U.P.
  • Minutes of 129th SEAC meeting held on 01/03/2013 Page 23 of 35 2. The total project/plot area and proposed built-up area of the project are respectively 23,114 m2 and 63,379 m2. 3. The FAR permissible and to be achieved are respectively 63563 m2 & 63379 m2 4. The quantity of earth excavated is 24000 M3 5. Total no. of Towers & floors are respectively 7 & 11. 6. Height of highest tower will not be exceed than 44.95 Mt. 7. Parking facility is required for 795 ECS and proposed for 1179 ECS. 8. The total water requirement is proposed as 740 KLD from municipal supply. Total Fresh water requirement is proposed as 490 KLD. 9. The total waste water generation is proposed as 600 KLD to be treated in STP of 600 KLD capacity. 10. Total power requirement is proposed as 2020 KVA to be supplied by PVVNL. 11. 04 No of DG Sets are proposed for power backup. 12. Green area of the proposed project is 6377.964 m2 i.e 27.59 % of the total plot area, Out of which 175 trees and 27.55 % shrubs will be planted. 13. Quantity of MSW to be generated is proposed as 2311.00 Kg/D 14. Quantity of sludge from STP is to be generated is proposed as 5 TPD. 15. Total no of proposed RWH pits are 06. The committee discussed the proposal and recommended grant of prior Environmental Clearance on the proposals as above along with general conditions as prescribed by the Authority for construction projects and following specific conditions:- 1. Sprinkler to be used for curing and quenching during construction phase. 2. STP to be constructed during construction phase. 3. For the treatment for total sewage a full-fledged STP is to be provided during opreation phase.100% waste water is to be treated in captive STP conforming to prescribed standards of receiving body for designated use. Monitoring of STP to be done weekly till its stabilizations. 4. To discharge excess treated waste water into public drainage system permission from the competent authority to be taken prior to any discharge. 5. Dedicated power supply for STPs is to be ensured. During operation sludge of STP is to be used in house and surplus manure should be managed by giving to end users. 6. All entry/exit point should be bell mouth shaped. All internal roads should not be less than 9 meter wide. 7. Wheel wash arrangement is to be made at exit point during construction phase. 8. Use of LEDs should be explored in place of CFL. Solar light is to be provided in the common areas with 50% of them may be with dual provision. 9. 100 % provision of Rain Water Harvesting is to be made. RWH shall be initially done only from the roof top. RWH from green and other open areas shall be done only after permission from CGWB. 10. Height of the stack should be provided as discussed based on combined DG sets capacity and be 6mt higher than the tallest building. 11. Environmental Corporate Responsibility (ECR) plan along with budgetary provision amounting to 2% of total project cost shall be submitted (within the month) on need base
  • Minutes of 129th SEAC meeting held on 01/03/2013 Page 24 of 35 assessment study in the study area. Income generating measures which can help in up- liftment of weaker section of society consistent with the traditional skills of the people identified. The program me can include activities such as old age homes, rain water harvesting provisions in nearby areas, development of fodder farm, fruit bearing orchards, vocational training etc. In addition, vocational training for individuals shall be imparted so that poor section of society can take up self employment and jobs. Separate budget for community development activities and income generating programmers shall be specified. 12. Crèche, convenient shopping provision and a dedicated space/room for senior citizens with suitable facilities shall be provided during the operation phase. 13. Green belt area should be covered with 50% trees, 25% shrubs and 25% grass. Trees should be planted on 3 rose on the periphery. At least 50% of tree should be ever green. 14. E-waste shall be managed as per e-waste notification. 15. Post project monitoring for air, water (surface+ ground), Stack noise of D.G. sets, STP to be carried out as CPCB Guidelines. 16. ECS is to be as per Noida bye- laws. 17. The project proponent will manage disposal of excavated soil left after own use in eco- friendly manner and submit the plan. 18. Municipal Solid Waste management is to be managed by the project proponent till facilities is available in the area. 19. LIG & EWS housing to be provided as per Noida bye- laws. 20. Unless and until all the environmental issues are sorted out the occupancy will be restricted and would be only allowed after achieving the Permission from the competent authority. 21. Ground water should not be extracted for the purpose of construction or otherwise. In case of default the Environmental Clearance will deem to be cancelled. 12. Group Housing Complex "French Apartments" at Plot No. GH-07B, Sector-16B, Noida, Extension, Greater Noida, U.P. M/s Anthem Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd The committee directed to postpone the presentation for next meeting on the request of P.P. due to some reasons. 13. Group Housing Project "Elegant Ville" at Plot No. GH-06/B at Tech Zone-4, Greater Noida. M/s Elegant Infracon Pvt. Ltd. Project Name : Group housing project “Elegant Ville” at plot no. GH-06/B at Tech zone-4, Greater Noida, U.P. Project Proponent : Mr.Abay Kumar, Elegant Infracom Pvt. Ltd. Contact Person : Mr.Abay Kumar. Designation : Director, Address : Elegant Infracom Pvt. Ltd. 88 Shati Vihar, Delhi. Consultant (with QCI No.) : Ind Tech house consult, Delhi. (Sr. no.-34 in the list for category B)
  • Minutes of 129th SEAC meeting held on 01/03/2013 Page 25 of 35 The Project was considered by members of SEAC on the basis of documents (Form-1, 1A, & Conceptual Plan) to the Secretariat and presentation made by the project proponent. The SEAC was given to understand that:- 1. The Project proposal falls under category – 8 (a) of EIA Notification, 2006 (as amended) and will be located at plot no. GH-06/B at Tech zone-4, Greater Noida, U.P. 2- The total project/plot area and proposed built-up area of the project are respectively 17,700 mt sq. and 68617.66 mt sq. 3- The FAR permissible and to be achieved are respectively 48675 mt sq. and 48665.88 mt sq. 4- The quantity of earth to be excavated is proposed as – 65400.92 M3 . 5- The total nos. of proposed Towers and Floors are respectively 6 and G+19. 6- Height of the highest Tower will be 59.65 m. 7- Parking facility is required for 608 ECS. and proposed for 692 ECS. 8- The Parking areas if proposed as :- (a) Surface 69 ECS (b)Stilt 104 ECS (c) Nos. of basement and area 1 No.(519 mt sq.) 9- The total water requirement is proposed as 329 KLD from municipal supply. Total Fresh water requirement is proposed as 243KLD. 10- The total waste water generation is proposed as 253 KLD to be treated in STP of 300 KLD capacity of concerned municipal authority. 11- Total power requirement is proposed as 4476KW to be supplied by UPPCL. 12- 500 KVA x 4 No & 160 KVA x 1 No of DG Sets are proposed for power backup. 13- Green area of the proposed project is 9696.345mt sq i.e 54.7 % of the total plot area, Out of which trees and shrubs will be planted respectively in 56.8% and 27.5% area. 14- Quantity of MSW to be generated is proposed as 1.41 TPD. 15- Quantity of sludge from STP to be generated is proposed as 0.73TPD. 16- Quantity of e-waste to be generated is proposed as 6 Kg/PD. 17- Quantity of hazardous wastes to be generated is proposed as 0.95TPY 18- The proposed quantity of RW to be harvested is 83.7 M3 . The total no of proposed RWH pits are 05. 19- The pre and post monsoon depth to ground water table are 12 and 9 m. 20- All internal roads are proposed to be at least One way 09 meter wide (Row). The committee discussed the project and recommended grant of Environmental Clearance on the proposals as above along with general conditions as prescribed by the Authority for group housing projects and following specific conditions:- 1. Sprinkler to be used for curing and quenching during construction phase. 2. STP to be constructed during construction phase. 3. For the treatment for total sewage a full-fledged STP is to be provided during opreation phase.100% waste water is to be treated in captive STP conforming to prescribed standards of receiving body for designated use. Monitoring of STP to be done weekly till its stabilizations. 4. To discharge excess treated waste water into public drainage system permission from the competent authority to be taken prior to any discharge.
  • Minutes of 129th SEAC meeting held on 01/03/2013 Page 26 of 35 5. Dedicated power supply for STPs is to be ensured. During operation sludge of STP is to be used in house and surplus manure should be managed by giving to end users. 6. All entry/exit point should be bell mouth shaped. All internal roads should not be less than 9 meter wide. 7. Wheel wash arrangement is to be made at exit point during construction phase. 8. Use of LEDs should be explored in place of CFL. Solar light is to be provided in the common areas with 50% of them may be with dual provision. 9. 100 % provision of Rain Water Harvesting is to be made. RWH shall be initially done only from the roof top. RWH from green and other open areas shall be done only after permission from CGWB. 10. Height of the stack should be provided as discussed based on combined DG sets capacity and be 6mt higher than the tallest building. 11. Environmental Corporate Responsibility (ECR) plan along with budgetary provision amounting to 2% of total project cost shall be submitted (within the month) on need base assessment study in the study area. Income generating measures which can help in up- liftment of weaker section of society consistent with the traditional skills of the people identified. The program me can include activities such as old age homes, rain water harvesting provisions in nearby areas, development of fodder farm, fruit bearing orchards, vocational training etc. In addition, vocational training for individuals shall be imparted so that poor section of society can take up self employment and jobs. Separate budget for community development activities and income generating programmers shall be specified. 12. Crèche, convenient shopping provision and a dedicated space/room for senior citizens with suitable facilities shall be provided during the operation phase. 13. Green belt area should be covered with 50% trees, 25% shrubs and 25% grass. Trees should be planted on 3 rose on the periphery. At least 50% of tree should be ever green. 14. E-waste shall be managed as per e-waste notification. 15. Post project monitoring for air, water (surface+ ground), Stack noise of D.G. sets, STP to be carried out as CPCB Guidelines. 16. The project proponent will manage disposal of excavated soil left after own use in eco- friendly manner and submit the plan. 17. Unless and until all the environmental issues are sorted out the occupancy will be restricted and would be only allowed after achieving the Permission from the competent authority. 18. Ground water should not be extracted for the purpose of construction or otherwise. In case of default the Environmental Clearance will deem to be cancelled. 14. Residential Complex at Khasra No. 203-205, 211, 218, 221, 222 and 245 Tehsil-Khera, Baghpat, U.P. M/s NBCC The committee noted that the matter was earlier discussed in SEAC meeting dated 03/11/2011 and 17/10/2012. The project proponent have submitted the information as desired by the committee. The case was presented Mr. A. K.Gupta, M/s Shri Env Tech. Inst. Delhi and Mr. M.S. Mehra (DGM) M/s NBCC Ltd. representative of the project proponent for Residential Complex at Khasra No. 203-205, 211, 218, 221, 222 and 245 Tehsil-Khera,
  • Minutes of 129th SEAC meeting held on 01/03/2013 Page 27 of 35 Baghpat. M/s NBCC Ltd., Real Estate Division, New Delhi, was also present in the meeting. The committee was given to understand that: 1. The Environmental Clearance is sought for Residential Complex at Khasra No. 203-205, 211, 218, 221, 222 and 245 Tehsil-Khera, Baghpat. M/s NBCC Ltd., Real Estate Division, New Delhi. 2. Total plot area of the project is 95612 m2 and total built up area of the project is 170519.984 m2 Green area is proposed to be 19103 m2. Total water requirement is 880 KLD which shall be sourced from BBKD Supply. 3. Total fresh water requirement is 349 KLD. 4. Waste water to be generated is 756 KLD. 5. Capacity of proposed STP is 800 KLD. 6. No. of RWH pits proposed are 23. 7. Parking facility is proposed as 3000 cars. 8. Energy requirement is 6939 KVA, Backup power requirement shall be met through (1x1000 +lx500+ 1x200) KVA DG sets. 9. Quantity of municipal waste to be generated is 2919 kg/day. 10. The proposals are covered under category 8"b" of the EIA notification dated 14/09/2006, as amended. The committee discussed the matter and sought the following information : 1. Details/ plan regarding discharge of Surplus water in absence of sewerage system. 2. Copy of application made to Nation board of wild life regarding the No objection certificate. 15. One unit set up at B-5, Leather Technology Park, UPSIDC, Banthar, Unnao, M/s Ruksh Enterprises-ADH Project Name : Unit set up at Leather technology park, Banthar for Raw hide to finish leather, Production capacity of 45hides/day( 0.9 TPD) Project Proponent : M/s Ruksh Enterprises 89-A, 60ft road, jajmau, Kanpur. Contact Person : Mr. Mohd. Khalid. Designation : Partner. Address : B-5, LTP, Banthar, UPSIDC, Unnao. Phone No. : 0512-2463662 e-mail : office@rukshoes.com Consultant : Project Proponent File No. : 565 A presentation was made by the project proponent. On the basis of the presentation & documents submitted earlier to the Secretariat (Form-1& PFR) the Committee was given to understand that- 1. The total Plot area is 2352.00 Sq.m. 2. The proposal is covered under category 4f of the EIA notification dated 14/9/2006 and the amendments thereof.
  • Minutes of 129th SEAC meeting held on 01/03/2013 Page 28 of 35 3. Green area for the proposed project is 20% of total plot area. 4. The total water requirement for the project is 35 KLD from bore-well 5. 27 KLD/day waste water is expected to be generated. 6. Power requirement is met by 125 KVA & 200 KVA DG sets. 7. 27 KLD waste water after treatment in PETP will be sent into conveyance system of CETP banthar, Unnao for further treatment. 8. 1.6 KLD domestic discharge will go into septic tank and soak pit. 9. The matter was considered in SEAC meeting 07-12-2011 and SEAC some information was sought by the SEAC which was communicated to the project proponent through letter no- 793/565/SEAC/2010/ADH dated 17-04-2012. 10. Vide letter dated the project proponent replied regarding the letter no- 793/565/SEAC/2010/ADH dated 17-04-2012. 11. On 7-06-2012 a team of SEIAA/SEAC members inspected the site. Site visit report presented in SEAC meeting 07-06-2012. 12. The matter was considered in SEAC meeting dated 01-03-2013 and the regarding the projects the project proponent has presented / replied the following points:- a) Water balance of unit. b) Brack up of waste water from major sources/ production stages. c) Characteristics of composite waste water effluent. d) Source of Air pollution e) Solid waste/sludge management. f) CSR g) Certificate dated 28-12-2012 regarding the (i) membership and no-dues of Banthar Industrial Pollution control company (ii) membership and no-dues of Industrial infrastructure services India. The committee discussed the reply/matter and recommended grant of prior Environmental Clearance on the proposals as above along with general conditions as prescribed by the Authority for the tannery projects and following specific conditions:- Specific Conditions: 1. The conditions stipulated in the NOC issued by the UP. Pollution Control Board should be complied. 2. The tannery operations should be such that the environmental stipulations as prescribed under Charter on "Corporate Responsibility for Environmental Protection (CREP)" are complied with. 3. 33% area of industrial unit should be covered under Green belt. 4. Tannery unit should install pre treatment and chrome recovery facilities as per agreement with Banthar Leather Technology Park/CETP operator and the flow of treated effluent should not stagnate in disposal channel till the end point. 5. It should adopt cleaner technologies as recommended by CLRI to ensure minimum chrome discharge in effluent.
  • Minutes of 129th SEAC meeting held on 01/03/2013 Page 29 of 35 6. Record should be maintained in the unit for the quantity of raw process water used and pre treated waste water discharge. 7. The tannery should adopt state of the art technology recommended by CLRI. The technology should include recovery and reuse of Chrome/Alutan BCS/closed-loop Alutan- BCS combined tanning process to ensure maximum chromium recovery and minimum chromium-discharge in the effluent. 8. To reduce TDS concentration in the primary treated effluent, cleaner technologies e.g. dry salting for reduction of TDS in waste water, counter current soaking to reduce waste water quantity, enzyme assisted liming process, combined pickling- tanning process, pre- treatment and segregation of waste should be practiced and soak liquor should be segregated and evaporated in the solar evaporation ponds. 9. Unit should ensure that ambient air quality monitoring stations should be set-up in the down wind direction as well as at locations were maximum ground level concentration is anticipated. These locations should be fixed in consultation with the U P. Pollution Control Board. 10. The unit should not exceed the norm of 28 cu. meter/tonne of raw hide as stipulated in schedule 1 of the Environment Protection Act, 1991 for the total quantity of waste generated. 11. The unit should install separate flow meter and water meter for entire effluent generated after pre-treatment. The waste water after primary treatment should be discharged into CETP through a closed non corrosive pipe line. 12. Guard ponds of sufficient holding capacity should be provided to cope with the effluent discharge during process disturbances. 13. A secured double line land fill should be developed for temporary storage of hazardous solid waste by providing impervious liner and leachate collection system. 14. The fleshing from the Tannery unit should be supplied to the manufacturers of dog chew and glue. 15. The ground water quality around the guard ponds, solar evaporation ponds and land fill site should be monitored on a regular basis. 16. Annual Environmental auditing should be carried out by the unit. 17. Occupational health surveillance of the workers should be done on a regular basis and records maintained. 18. The unit should comply with environmental protection measures and safeguards recommended in the ElA/EMP. 19. An environmental cell should be created within unit to take care of environmental issues and to coordinate with BIPCCL. 20. Proper Protective Equipments and Barrier Cream should be given to workers. 21. No dues certificate form BIPCCL is to be submitted on 30 September of every year.
  • Minutes of 129th SEAC meeting held on 01/03/2013 Page 30 of 35 16. "Paramount Glof foreste" at BGH-A, Greater Noida. M/s Paramount Homeland Pvt. Ltd. Project Name : Group Housing Project "Paramount Glof foreste" at BGH- A,Greater Noida Project Proponent : M/s Paramount Homeland Pvt. Ltd., H-123, Sector-63, Noida, U.P. Contact Person : Mr. Raj Kumar Designation : CEO Address : H-123, Sector- 63 Noida. Phone No. : 01204613000 E-mail : sharmashobha1205@gmail.com Consultant (with QCI No.) : M/s Grass Root Research and Creation India (P) Ltd. File No. : 988 The Project was considered by members of SEAC on the basis of documents (Form-1, 1A, Conceptual Plan & EIA) submitted to the Secretariat and presentation made by the project proponent. The SEAC was given to understand that:- 1. The Project proposal falls under category - 8(b) of EIA Notification, 2006 (as amended) and will be located at BGH-A, Housing Sector, Surajpur, Site-C (Extention-Phase- 1)Greater Noida. 2. The total project/plot area and proposed built-up area of the project are respectively 3,66,701.30mt sq and 3,86,327.77 mt sq. 3. The FAR permissible and to be achieved are respectively 10,08,428.32 and 3,76,671.77 sqm 4. The quantity of earth to be excavated is proposed as 27,825 M3 /TPA 5. The total nos. of proposed Towers are respectively G+28 6. Height of the highest Tower will be 75.825 mt. 7. Parking facility is required for 4874 ECS. and proposed for 5421 ECS. 8. The total water requirement is proposed as 1361 KLD from bore well/ municipal supply. Total Fresh water requirement is proposed as 867 KLD. 9. The total waste water generation is proposed as 1066 KLD to be treated in STP of 466 KLD capacity. 10. Total power requirement is proposed as 12250 KVA to be supplied by UPPCL/Concerned authority. 11. 13 No of DG Sets are proposed for power supply/power backup. 12. Green area of the proposed project is 1,21,918.5mt sq i.e51.24 % of the total plot area, Out of which trees and shrubs will be planted respectively in 41.24% and 10 % area 13. Quantity of MSW to be generated is proposed as 7587.45 KgPD 14. Total no of proposed RWH pits are 107 15. All internal roads are proposed will be at least 9 meter wide. The committee discussed the proposal and recommended grant of prior Environmental Clearance on the proposals as above along with general conditions as prescribed by the Authority for construction projects and following specific conditions:-
  • Minutes of 129th SEAC meeting held on 01/03/2013 Page 31 of 35 1. Sprinkler to be used for curing and quenching during construction phase. 2. STP to be constructed during construction phase. 3. For the treatment for total sewage a full-fledged STP is to be provided during opreation phase.100% waste water is to be treated in captive STP conforming to prescribed standards of receiving body for designated use. Monitoring of STP to be done weekly till its stabilizations. 4. To discharge excess treated waste water into public drainage system permission from the competent authority to be taken prior to any discharge. 5. Dedicated power supply for STPs is to be ensured. During operation sludge of STP is to be used in house and surplus manure should be managed by giving to end users. 6. All entry/exit point should be bell mouth shaped. All internal roads should not be less than 9 meter wide. 7. Wheel wash arrangement is to be made at exit point during construction phase. 8. Use of LEDs should be explored in place of CFL. Solar light is to be provided in the common areas with 50% of them may be with dual provision. 9. 100 % provision of Rain Water Harvesting is to be made. RWH shall be initially done only from the roof top. RWH from green and other open areas shall be done only after permission from CGWB. 10. Height of the stack should be provided as discussed based on combined DG sets capacity and be 6mt higher than the tallest building. 11. Environmental Corporate Responsibility (ECR) plan along with budgetary provision amounting to 2% of total project cost shall be submitted (within the month) on need base assessment study in the study area. Income generating measures which can help in up- liftment of weaker section of society consistent with the traditional skills of the people identified. The program me can include activities such as old age homes, rain water harvesting provisions in nearby areas, development of fodder farm, fruit bearing orchards, vocational training etc. In addition, vocational training for individuals shall be imparted so that poor section of society can take up self employment and jobs. Separate budget for community development activities and income generating programmers shall be specified. 12. Crèche, convenient shopping provision is to be provided during construction and the operation phase. 13. A dedicated space/room for senior citizens at club/recreation hall with suitable facilities shall be provided during the operation phase. 14. Green belt area should be covered with 50% trees, 25% shrubs and 25% grass. Trees should be planted on 3 rose on the periphery. At least 50% of tree should be ever green. 15. Temporary storage for E-waste shall be provided and it should be managed as per e-waste notification. 16. Wherever a particular area is recorded as a pond in the revenue records and all such ponds covered in the project area shall be adopted by the project proponents, and suitably rejuvenated. 17. Inhabitants of villages, if any, included in the project site will not be displaced but the facilities for the villagers shall be upgraded.
  • Minutes of 129th SEAC meeting held on 01/03/2013 Page 32 of 35 18. Post project monitoring for air, water (surface+ ground), Stack noise of D.G. sets, STP to be carried out as CPCB Guidelines. 19. ECS is to be as per Greater Noida bye- laws. 20. The project proponent will manage disposal of excavated soil left after own use in eco- friendly manner and submit the plan. 21. Municipal Solid Waste management is to be managed by the project proponent till facilities is available in the area. 22. LIG & EWS housing to be provided as per Greater Noida bye- laws. 23. Unless and until all the environmental issues are sorted out the occupancy will be restricted and would be only allowed after achieving the Permission from the competent authority. 24. Ground water should not be extracted for the purpose of construction or otherwise. In case of default the Environmental Clearance will deem to be cancelled. 17. Stellar MI Park (Housing Complex) Plot-GH 01A, Sector Zeta-1, Greater Noida. M/s MI Builders Ltd. Project Name : Stellar MI Park (Housing Complex) Plot-GH 01A, Sector Zeta-1, Greater Noida. Project Proponent : M/s MI Builders Ltd. C 56/9, Sector-62, Noida. Contact Person : Mr. Himanshu Mathur Address : MI Builders Ltd. C 56/9, Sector-62, Noida. Consultant (with QCI No.) : Dr.A.K. Gupta, M/s Shree Env Tech, Jankpuri, New Delhi File No. : 1405/DD(Y) The Project was considered by members of SEAC on the basis of documents (Form-1, 1A, &Conceptual Plan) submitted to the Secretariat and presentation made by the project proponent. The SEAC was given to understand that:- The case was presented by the consultant Dr.A.K. Gupta, M/s Shree Env Tech, Jankpuri, New Delhi along with Mr. Benney K. John the representative of the project proponent. The SEAC considered the case on the basis of submitted (form-1, 1A, and Conceptual plan) and presentation made by the consultant before the committee. The SEAC have been given to understand that:- 1. The environmental clearance is sought for the Stellar MI Park (Housing Complex) Plot-GH 01A, Sector Zeta-1, Greater Noida M/s , MI Builders Ltd. 2. The project is covered under category 8 a of EIA notification, 2006 as amended. 3. Vide letter dated 26-12-2012 the project proponent has suggested that some data/ information has been changed and these changes were submitted through the same letter. 4. The matter was considered in SEAC meeting dated 8.1.13 & some information was sought from the project proponent. Vide letter dated 11.1.13 the project proponent has submitted the reply. 5. The total plot area of proposed project is 8369.5 sqm the built-up area is 27211 sqm.
  • Minutes of 129th SEAC meeting held on 01/03/2013 Page 33 of 35 6. The quantity of earth to be excavated is proposed as 66000 M.3 7. For the project the Green belt area is proposed as 1840.258 sqm i.e 25 % of the total plot area 8. 118 Nos of apartments with basement+ ground + 13 towers have been proposed. The height of the building will not exceed than 44.95 mt. 9. Total water requirement as 55 KLD & Fresh water demand as 36 KLD from Greater noida piped water supply have been proposed. The total waste water will be generated as 48 KLD which will be treated in STP of 55 KLD capacity. 26 KLD waste water is to be discharge in sewerage system. 10. 04 nos of rain water harvesting pits have been proposed. 11. Generation of 266 Kg/day solid wastes has been estimated. 12. Parking provision for 289 cars + two wheelers + bicycles has been proposed. 13. Total power requirement as 900 KW have been proposed and will be sourced from UPPCL. The power backup will be met through 1x500KVA &2x300KVA DG sets. 14. Quantity of sludge from STP to be generated is proposed as 8 Kg/d. 15. All internal roads are proposed to be 9 mt. The committee discussed the proposal and recommended grant of prior Environmental Clearance on the proposals as above along with general conditions as prescribed by the Authority for construction projects and following specific conditions:- 1. Sprinkler to be used for curing and quenching during construction phase. 2. STP to be constructed during construction phase. 3. For the treatment for total sewage a full-fledged STP is to be provided during opreation phase.100% waste water is to be treated in captive STP conforming to prescribed standards of receiving body for designated use. Monitoring of STP to be done weekly till its stabilizations. 4. To discharge excess treated waste water into public drainage system permission from the competent authority to be taken prior to any discharge. 5. Dedicated power supply for STPs is to be ensured. During operation sludge of STP is to be used in house and surplus manure should be managed by giving to end users. 6. All entry/exit point should be bell mouth shaped. All internal roads should not be less than 9 meter wide. 7. Wheel wash arrangement is to be made at exit point during construction phase. 8. Use of LEDs should be explored in place of CFL. Solar light is to be provided in the common areas with 50% of them may be with dual provision. 9. 100 % provision of Rain Water Harvesting is to be made. RWH shall be initially done only from the roof top. RWH from green and other open areas shall be done only after permission from CGWB. 10. Height of the stack should be provided as discussed based on combined DG sets capacity and be 6mt higher than the tallest building. 11. Environmental Corporate Responsibility (ECR) plan along with budgetary provision amounting to 2% of total project cost shall be submitted (within the month) on need base
  • Minutes of 129th SEAC meeting held on 01/03/2013 Page 34 of 35 assessment study in the study area. Income generating measures which can help in up- liftment of weaker section of society consistent with the traditional skills of the people identified. The program me can include activities such as old age homes, rain water harvesting provisions in nearby areas, development of fodder farm, fruit bearing orchards, vocational training etc. In addition, vocational training for individuals shall be imparted so that poor section of society can take up self employment and jobs. Separate budget for community development activities and income generating programmers shall be specified. 12. Crèche, convenient shopping provision is to be provided during construction and the operation phase. 13. A dedicated space/room for senior citizens at club/recreation hall with suitable facilities shall be provided during the operation phase. 14. Temporary storage for E-waste shall be provided and it should be managed as per e-waste notification. 15. ECS is to be as per Greater Noida bye- laws. 16. The project proponent will manage disposal of excavated soil left after own use in eco- friendly manner and submit the plan. 17. Municipal Solid Waste management is to be managed by the project proponent till facilities is available in the area. 18. LIG & EWS housing to be provided as per Greater Noida bye- laws. 19. Unless and until all the environmental issues are sorted out the occupancy will be restricted and would be only allowed after achieving the Permission from the competent authority. 20. Ground water should not be extracted for the purpose of construction or otherwise. In case of default the Environmental Clearance will deem to be cancelled. 18. Setting up a 280 MW Gas Based Power Plant at Village-Chakdadar, Amwava, Raebareli, U.P.M/s Shriya Energy Ltd. (File no. 407/TAJ) The committee noted that the matter was earlier discussed in SEAC meeting dated 04/10/2012 and the project proponents were directed to submit EIA on the basis of which public hearing dated 10/09/2006 was organized they were also directed to submit a point wise compliance of public hearing observations. The committee also noted that though the project proponents have submitted certain information in continuation to above direction of Committee through letter dated 24/01/2013, the REIA, on the basis of which public hearing was conducted, has not been submitted. The project proponent Sri Saurabh Tiwari appeared in the meeting. The committee discussed the matter and directed the project proponents to submit a chronological summary of the matter starting from environmental clearance application and related actions taken till date. The matter will be discussed on receipt of the information as above. 19. Group Housing Project "Homes 121" at plot no. GH-01, Noida, G.B.Nagar, U.P. M/s AGC Reality Pvt. Ltd. (File no. 411/DDY) The committee was informed that environmental clearance in the matter was issued through letter no. 1157/SEAC/441/2010 dated 10/07/2010. Noida Authority through its letter dated 06/08/2012 addressed to M/s AGC Reality Pvt. Ltd. has provided conditional sanction to the
  • Minutes of 129th SEAC meeting held on 01/03/2013 Page 35 of 35 proponents for construction of this group housing. Copy of the letter has also been endorsed to Secretary, SEAC. Area statement of group housing, for which sanction has been given by Noida Authority is different from the area statement, for which environmental clearance was provided. The committee discussed the matter and deliberated that the project proponents should be asked to justify this change in area and to clarify why the environmental clearance dated 10/07/2010 should not be revoked in the given circumstances. 20. Group Housing "Exotica Fresco" at plot no. GH-05/A, Sector-137, Expressway Noida, M/s Panchsheel Exotica Housing Pvt. Ltd. (File no. 644/DDY) The committee was informed that environmental clearance in the matter was issued through letter no. 691/SEAC/644/2011 dated 30/03/2012. Noida Authority through its letter dated 09/08/2012 addressed to M/s Panchsheel Exotica Housing Pvt. Ltd. has provided conditional sanction to the proponents for construction of this group housing. Copy of the letter has also been endorsed to Secretary, SEAC. Area statement of group housing, for which sanction has been given by Noida Authority is different from the area statement, for which environmental clearance was provided. The committee discussed the matter and deliberated that the project proponents should be asked to justify this change in area and to clarify why the environmental clearance dated 30/03/2012 should not be revoked in the given circumstances.