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E MC PAKISTAN PVT LTD
INTRODUCTION
CONSULTING CAPABILITIES
TRAININGS ON EHS
EMC GEO-TECHNICAL
STUDIES/EIA/IEE EXPERIENCE
AUDIT EXPERIENCE
ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENT
MISCELLANEOUS
WORK IN HAND
STUDIES/EIA/IEE EXPERIENCE
(BRIEF DETAILS)
INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE
AUDIT EXPERIENCE
(BRIEF DETAILS)
ENVIRONMENTAL SITE
ASSESSMENT (BRIEF DETAILS)
ISO SPECIFIC EXPERIENCE
(BRIEF DETAILS)
WASTE MANAGEMENT
EXPERIENCE
WASTEWATER TREATMENT
PLANT EXPERIENCE
C O N T E N T S
COMPANYPROFILE
E MC PAKISTAN PVT LTD
MONITORING EXPERIENCE
SOIL & GROUNDWATER
ASSESSMENT/MANAGEMENT
SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACT
ASSESSMENT
HYDROLOGICAL STUDIES
KEY PERSONNEL
C O N T E N T S
COMPANYPROFILE
EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 1
E
MC Pakistan (Pvt) Limited is based in Karachi, Pakistan and was established in
January 1997. It is managed and operated by highly qualified, technical and
motivated team of professionals.
Leading staff members hold master's and doctorate degrees in the field of Environment
from some of the world's most prestigious institutions.
Our services are targeted at several disciplines of Environmental Engineering and
Management. We are especially focusing on Health Safety and Environment (HSE) and
their international standards which include all the aspects and considerations to improve
the HSE performance of an Organization.
We emphasize on information sharing and team work within the Company & with our
clients so that every client receives the best possible results.
CAPABILITY STATEMENT
EMC is a part of highly qualified and experienced consortium of professionals,
comprising of environmentalists, engineers, soil specialists, hydrologist, economists &
architects.
PARTICULARS
C O M P A N Y P R O F I L E
B A C K G R O U N D
COMPANYPrOFILE
Name of the Firm EMC Pakistan (Pvt) Ltd
Year of Establishment 1997
Address 503 Anum Estate Main Sharah -e-Faisal Karachi
EMAIL mail@emc.com.pk
WEBSITE www.emc.com.pk
PHONE 92-21-34311466
FAX 92-21-34311467
EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 2
COMPANY’S VISION
By providing the highest quality of service to our clients and maintaining high levels
of professional ethics and admirable core values, our vision is to be top of the list of
preferred strategic partners in the field of environment and sustainability consulting.
COMPANY’S MISSION
EMC is determined to be the benchmark of quality within our industry by being
the most innovative, diversified environmental consulting firm in Pakistan.
All our consultants share and uphold a common set of admirable codes of
professional conduct and codes of ethics. They operate in selected market segments
focusing on energy, manufacturing and mining industries, drilling Chemical Storage,
LNG terminal and others. Geographically we cover the whole Pakistan and our areas of
specialty ranges from Environmental Impact Assessments to initial Environmental
Examination reporting.
To achieve the position EMC have committed to technical excellence with
significant resources devoted to building an array of new technological solutions and
services.
EMC is committed to embracing modern technology and providing our clients
with state of the art environmental information systems and solutions. We will provide
inspirational leadership in environmental strategy formulation and stakeholder
consultations in solving environmental problems. In order to identify environmental risks
and formulating mitigation measures environmental laws with integrity and fairness in
the process of conducting enviro legal and due diligence has been conducted
COMPANY PROFILE
COMPANYPrOFILE
EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 3
IMS Policy of EMC
At EMC, protecting the Environment is the foremost responsibility of our employees.
We use energy and resources efficiently and prevent generation of wastes while
providing our activities and services. This encourages our employees to be
environmentally responsible on the job and at home. Health & safety of our employees
are equally important while working & performing duties.
We recognize the contribution we make to the society, and will incorporate
sustainable development thinking into all our activities. We shall propagate this policy
among all our interested parties.
Our recognition and acceptance of these responsibilities will be demonstrated by our
commitment to:
n reducing environmental nuisance and preventing pollution risk related to our
activities;
n Complying with our regulatory, legislative, contractual or other obligations, and
anticipating them whenever possible;
n Continually improve our integrated management systems by reviewing objectives,
conducting audits and management reviews under International standards;
n Seeking to satisfy our customers fully by constantly adapting our services to their
current needs and future requirements;
n Guaranteeing that all employees and subcontractors are trained in accordance
with their roles and the work they undertake;
n Ensuring Prevention of injury & ill health at all workplaces for safety of our
employees and our suncontractors by systematically identifying potential risks and
applying the appropriate prevention measures.
September 22, 2014 Syed Nadeem Arif
Managing Consultant
COMPANY PROFILE
COMPANYPrOFILE
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EMC PROFILE UPDATED (25-11-2015)_opt

  • 2. E MC PAKISTAN PVT LTD INTRODUCTION CONSULTING CAPABILITIES TRAININGS ON EHS EMC GEO-TECHNICAL STUDIES/EIA/IEE EXPERIENCE AUDIT EXPERIENCE ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENT MISCELLANEOUS WORK IN HAND STUDIES/EIA/IEE EXPERIENCE (BRIEF DETAILS) INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE AUDIT EXPERIENCE (BRIEF DETAILS) ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENT (BRIEF DETAILS) ISO SPECIFIC EXPERIENCE (BRIEF DETAILS) WASTE MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT EXPERIENCE C O N T E N T S COMPANYPROFILE
  • 3. E MC PAKISTAN PVT LTD MONITORING EXPERIENCE SOIL & GROUNDWATER ASSESSMENT/MANAGEMENT SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACT ASSESSMENT HYDROLOGICAL STUDIES KEY PERSONNEL C O N T E N T S COMPANYPROFILE
  • 4. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 1 E MC Pakistan (Pvt) Limited is based in Karachi, Pakistan and was established in January 1997. It is managed and operated by highly qualified, technical and motivated team of professionals. Leading staff members hold master's and doctorate degrees in the field of Environment from some of the world's most prestigious institutions. Our services are targeted at several disciplines of Environmental Engineering and Management. We are especially focusing on Health Safety and Environment (HSE) and their international standards which include all the aspects and considerations to improve the HSE performance of an Organization. We emphasize on information sharing and team work within the Company & with our clients so that every client receives the best possible results. CAPABILITY STATEMENT EMC is a part of highly qualified and experienced consortium of professionals, comprising of environmentalists, engineers, soil specialists, hydrologist, economists & architects. PARTICULARS C O M P A N Y P R O F I L E B A C K G R O U N D COMPANYPrOFILE Name of the Firm EMC Pakistan (Pvt) Ltd Year of Establishment 1997 Address 503 Anum Estate Main Sharah -e-Faisal Karachi EMAIL mail@emc.com.pk WEBSITE www.emc.com.pk PHONE 92-21-34311466 FAX 92-21-34311467
  • 5. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 2 COMPANY’S VISION By providing the highest quality of service to our clients and maintaining high levels of professional ethics and admirable core values, our vision is to be top of the list of preferred strategic partners in the field of environment and sustainability consulting. COMPANY’S MISSION EMC is determined to be the benchmark of quality within our industry by being the most innovative, diversified environmental consulting firm in Pakistan. All our consultants share and uphold a common set of admirable codes of professional conduct and codes of ethics. They operate in selected market segments focusing on energy, manufacturing and mining industries, drilling Chemical Storage, LNG terminal and others. Geographically we cover the whole Pakistan and our areas of specialty ranges from Environmental Impact Assessments to initial Environmental Examination reporting. To achieve the position EMC have committed to technical excellence with significant resources devoted to building an array of new technological solutions and services. EMC is committed to embracing modern technology and providing our clients with state of the art environmental information systems and solutions. We will provide inspirational leadership in environmental strategy formulation and stakeholder consultations in solving environmental problems. In order to identify environmental risks and formulating mitigation measures environmental laws with integrity and fairness in the process of conducting enviro legal and due diligence has been conducted COMPANY PROFILE COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 6. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 3 IMS Policy of EMC At EMC, protecting the Environment is the foremost responsibility of our employees. We use energy and resources efficiently and prevent generation of wastes while providing our activities and services. This encourages our employees to be environmentally responsible on the job and at home. Health & safety of our employees are equally important while working & performing duties. We recognize the contribution we make to the society, and will incorporate sustainable development thinking into all our activities. We shall propagate this policy among all our interested parties. Our recognition and acceptance of these responsibilities will be demonstrated by our commitment to: n reducing environmental nuisance and preventing pollution risk related to our activities; n Complying with our regulatory, legislative, contractual or other obligations, and anticipating them whenever possible; n Continually improve our integrated management systems by reviewing objectives, conducting audits and management reviews under International standards; n Seeking to satisfy our customers fully by constantly adapting our services to their current needs and future requirements; n Guaranteeing that all employees and subcontractors are trained in accordance with their roles and the work they undertake; n Ensuring Prevention of injury & ill health at all workplaces for safety of our employees and our suncontractors by systematically identifying potential risks and applying the appropriate prevention measures. September 22, 2014 Syed Nadeem Arif Managing Consultant COMPANY PROFILE COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 7. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 4 EMC offers a variety of services, at both Management and Specialist Level, which includes the following : I. Environmental Management n Basic Assessments n Screening and Scoping Studies n Environmental Imapct Assessment n Baseline Environmental Studies n Environment Health & Safety Audits n EMS Audits & Compliance Audits n Project Management n Environmental Reviews n Environmental Management Program Reports n Environmental Planning n Environmental Reviews n Public Consultation & Facilitation II. Air Emissions n Air Dispersion Modeling n Air Emission Testing III. Wastewater Testing n Waste water Treatment Facilities on Turn Key Basis n Activated Sludge System n Dissolve Air Flotation Unit n Anaerobic and Aerobic Biological Treatment IV. Waste Management n Designing of complete Waste Management System n Management of Hazardous & Non Hazardous Wastes n Provision of Waste Collection State of the Art Bins n Research for Reuse - Recycling of Waste OUR SERVICES COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 8. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 5 V. Environmental Health & Safety Trainings n Professional Development Programs- PDPs: n Company Specific Programs-CSP are as follows: n Employee Training and Performance Technology n Management of EHS Training n EHS Awareness for all site employees n Training for Site EHS Professionals n Training for Site Personnel on the Floor n Training Methodologies n Best Practices & Advanced Technologies I E n v i r o n m e n t a l Management Initial Environmental Examination (IEE) & Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) EMC has a core team of expertise and experience available to undertake full spectrum of studies required for EIAs and IEE in accordance with the national and International guidelines or requirements of Pakistan. Keeping in view all the requirements and guidelines provided within the legal framework. Related to EIA’s EMC also has significant experience in compiling, auditing Environmental Management plans (EMP). In fact EMC prides itself in being able to provide a tailor made and practical approach to EMPs. Guidance on Compliance with NEQS & Self Monitoring & Reporting by the Industries As the limits for air emissions and industrial liquid effluents have been revised and set in the Environmental Quality standards (NEQS), so in order to ensure the industry do not exceed those limits, we provide complete services for carrying out Sampling of critical parameters, Laboratory testing, Analysis of test results and Preparation of Self Monitoring Reports on a standard format as required by the EPA. Review of Initial Environmental Health and Safety EMC also conduct Health and Safety review in order to develop and incorporate Safety Statement a health and safety policy that recognizes that health and safety is an integral part of the organization’s business performance. OUR SERVICES COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 9. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 6 They should ensure that this health and safety policy is following the points below: • It is appropriate to the hazards and risks of the organization’s work activities and includes a commitment to protect, so far as is reasonably practicable, its employees and others, such as contractors and members of the public, from health and safety risks associated with its activities • It includes a commitment to comply with relevant health and safety legislation, codes of practice and guidelines as a minimum • Provides a framework for measuring performance and ensuring continuous improvement by setting, auditing and reviewing health and safety objectives and targets • It is documented, understood, implemented and maintained at all levels the organization • Clearly places the management of health and safety as a prime responsibility of line management from the most senior executive level to first- line supervisory level • Covers employee health and safety consultation and representation and includes a commitment to provide appropriate resources to implement the policy • Provides for employee co-operation and compliance with safety rules and procedures Effective health and safety management demands comprehensive health and safety policies that fulfill the spirit and the letter of the law, are effectively implemented and are considered in all business practice and Environmental Studies / Pollution Surveys and Studies To assess the degree of environmental degradation and to set a baseline for future work. This type of study helps in suggesting future strategy to comply with the regulatory requirements and to form a basis for any management system. Hazard Response Planning and Health Risk Assessments Qualitative Health Risk Assessment (HRA) are conducted to establish health risks factors and ranking method will priorities the products, which present a high risk during manufacture or potential health risk during various phases of manufacturing. High-risk homogenous exposure groups are normally identified and samplings of products are conducted to assess if they present a high risk. OUR SERVICES COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 10. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd 7 Evaluation of regulatory and legislative constraints pertaining to Environmental Legislation and Other Requirements. To maintain legal and other compliance, the organization must identify and understand and address the regulatory and other requirements applicable to environmental aspects and services related to Environment. To keep track of legal requirements, EMC establishes and maintains a list of all laws and regulations relevant to the environmental aspects and impacts of its activities. We have a highly qualified and experienced Environmental Lawyer as our associate who can provide counseling on legal issues, related to Environment for instance implications of regulatory compliances and management of other legal matters. Guidance on Cleaner Technologies & Treatment Facilities (Area of Expertise) It is the need of the day to switch to newer and cleaner technology, we at EMC always stress on the cleaner technologies which are green in nature and helps in creating less pollution and are environmental friendly. Cleaner technology includes recycling, renewable energy (wind power, solar power, biomass, hydropower, biofuels),information technology, green transportation, electric motors, green chemistry, lighting, Grey water, and many other appliances that are now more energy efficient. It is a means to create electricity and fuels, with a smaller environmental footprint and minimize pollution. To make green buildings, transport and infrastructure both more energy efficient and environmentally benign. Environmental finance is a method by which new clean technology projects that has proven that they are "additional" or "beyond business as usual" can obtain financing through the generation of carbon credits. A project that is developed with concern for climate change mitigation (such as a Kyoto Clean Development Mechanism project) is also known as a carbon project. While there is no standard definition of "clean technology," it has been described by Clean Edge, a clean technology research firm, as "a diverse range of products, services, and processes that harness renewable materials and energy sources, dramatically reduce the use of natural resources, and cut or eliminate emissions and wastes." It notes that "Clean technologies are competitive with, if not superior to, their conventional counterparts. Many also offer significant additional benefits, notably their ability to improve the OUR SERVICES COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 11. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd 8 lives of those in both developed and developing countries. Virtually all textile and chemical industries have an impact on the environment or are impacted by environmental and related regulation. The extent of that impact and how clients navigate regulatory framework and minimize the risk is a matter of degree. We have suggested many textile and chemical industries to switch to cleaner technologies and provided them sufficient knowledge and information database to implement these technologies successfully. Environmental and Industrial Hygiene, Monitoring & Control We develop a plan for services together with the client. We listen carefully to our clients concerns, inform them about regulatory requirements and our past experiences with those issues. We have developed exposure monitoring strategies, such as chemical air sampling or noise Monitoring. Our Company also works with our client to develop effective, yet workable, exposure control strategies, including training of workers. Finally we will report our findings in a professional, comprehensive, yet understandable fashion. We will support our clients to help resolve any regulatory or mitigation issues related to: • Industrial Air Emissions and Effluent Testing • Indoor Air Quality • Noise Monitoring and Mapping illumination Survey • Air Quality Measurement at work place to determine occupational exposure to Toxic substances • Emissions and Acoustic Pollution Abatement in Industries. Environmental, Health & Safety Audits To remain competitive in business an organization needs to be certified by independent ISO auditors. The scope of EHS auditing is expanding. In this context we carry out Internal and Follow up OUR SERVICES COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 12. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 9 Audits before the final certification. Auditing is no longer simply completing a checklist to determine regulatory compliance. To provide information on the effectiveness of management systems, opportunities for cost reduction and continuous improvement accomplishments auditing programs are mandatory today. We have Qualified EARA approved Lead Auditors for EMS ISO 14001; we also conduct other Environmental, Health & Safety Audits. Our EHS auditing includes: • Compliance Audit • Site Impact Audit • EHS Audits (e.g. waste,energy audits) • Safety Audits • Health and Safety Auditing and Program Development • Environmental Audits • Due Diligence Regulatory Compliance Auditing • Third Party Assessment of Auditing Programs • Reporting and Auditing Information • Management Training Environmental Site Assessments Environmental Site Assessment Phase - I (ASTM E-1527) The phase I of ESA is based on ASTM E- 1527 and helps in determining potential environmental liabilities to establish the basis for further investigation through the establishment of baseline environmental condition, comply necessary regulatory requirements through the identification of compliance deficiencies and develop further remediation plans. Environmental Site Assessment Phase - II (ASTM E-1903-97 (2002) Phase II ESA is site-specific and context- specific. The phase II of ESA determines the nature and extent of contamination Phase II environmental site assessment (ESA) of a parcel of property with respect to the presence or the likely presence of substances including but not limited to those within the scope of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA) (e.g., hazardous substances), pollutants, contaminants, petroleum and petroleum products, and controlled substances and constituents thereof. It specifies procedures based on OUR SERVICES COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 13. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 10 the scientific method to characterize property conditions in an objective, representative, reproducible, and defensible manner. Our team of Experts conduct Phase - I ESA and based on findings of Phase - I, recommendations are given for conducting Phase - II ESA. Soil & groundwater samples are collected from identified areas to check for contamination levels of pullutants depending on the nature of past operations at the facility. Mitigation measures are recommended for remediation of the soil & groundwater and removal of the potential contaminants. Environmental Management System (EMS) - ISO 14001 There is currently a monumental effort by countries throughout the world to establish a Universal Standard for Environmental Management which affect all phases of operation. We have implemented it in many industrial sectors. Our work methodology for implementing this Standard comprises of following steps: 1. Initial Environmental Review Report 2. Environmental Policy Formulation & Planning 3. Environmental Policy Formulation & Planning 4. Implementation, Training & Documentation 5. Internal Audit 6. Application for the Certification An Environmental Management System (EMS) is a stepping stone to knowing your environmental impact and risks and being able to manage them effectively. It also produces a positive economic impact, delivering real savings and making systems more robust. II Air Emission Air Dispersion Modeling We have been working on air dispersion molding and have done number of project in which we have used industrial source complex (ISC) model. Air dispersion modeling is the mathematical assessment of contaminant impacts from emissions sources within a study area. Factors OUR SERVICES COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 14. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 11 that impact the fate and transport of contaminants in the atmosphere include meteorogical conditions, site configuration, emission release characteristics and surrounding terrain, amongst others. Air Emission Testing Air emission testing remains necessary while performing any study related to air pollution and to find out prevention techniques. Thus EMC works in close collaboration with laboratories where these tests be carried out. III Wastewater Management Wastewater Treatment Facilities on Turn Key Basis We have another expertise of installing Waste Water Treatment Plants of different types. We can install WWTP having different technologies like DAF Technology, Activated Sludge System etc. We have some satisfied clients whose WWTP are running and cleaning the waste water surpassing the local standards limits. Wastewater Analysis/ Feasibility Study for Treatment Facilities We conduct wastewater sampling and analysis to identify the strength of wastewater in stream. On the basis of such feasibility studies we submit our proposals for wastewater treatment design to the clients. It helps make us easy to establish real time data and to consider all aspects in treatment design. Our main areas of treatment are industrial units however; we also intend to work on municipal wastewater treatment section. Self Monitoring and Reporting for Industrial Wastewater Industries are liable to produce self monitoring reports to relevant EPAs as per the schedule given in the Laws & Regulations. We also assist our clients in self monitoring procedures and generate report which includes findings and results of self monitoring for the submission to EPAs. IV Waste Management Designing of complete Waste Management System We analyze and design complete waste waste management systems of the company. Our main Emphasize is on Reuse Recycle of the Product. We design and supervise the client in implementing OUR SERVICES COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 15. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 12 this management system. We not only help them in analyzing the problem but we also prepare procedures and give training to them on this issue. End to end can be provided to our customers. Only one component like making of the management plan or implementing can also be done if client requires. Management of Hazardous & Non Hazardous Wastes We analyze the hazardous waste and suggest the cost effective way of disposing it off. We also stress on three R's i.e. Reduce, Reuse and Recycle while suggesting any solution related to hazardous waste management. We also provide services for collection, transportation and disposal of waste. While performing these jobs stress is always on the laid down procedures of WMC and the client. Provision of Waste Collection State of the Art Bins We can provide state of the art, custom made bins according to the client's requirements. These Bins can be from Stainless Steel to Fibre Reinforced Plastic (Fibre-Glass) material. The sizes can vary according to requirement and usage. We provide them and suggest the collection procedures. These Color-Coded bins itself provides segregation at source and does not require any end-user segregation and saves time and money. Research for Reuse - Recycling of Waste We put emphasize on research and always conduct tests on the waste to ascertain their consistency. In the light of results of the tests we provide cost effective and simple solutions to our clients. We have already provided many such solutions to our clients who are using their hazardous waste after recycling it at very nominal charges. e.g. Reusing of 1-1-1- Tri- choloro-ethlene (TCE) for degreasing after recycling, reusing the waste oil sludge as fuel in Cement Industry etc. EPA Approval and Our Resources We are working on it at the moment and have already submitted an IEE (Initial Environmental Examination) Report for our Waste Disposal Facility which is located outside Karachi towards GHARO (Sindh). We have all the necessary equipments available with us including waste collection bins to transportation Vans and Pneumatic Pumps with compressors etc for removal and transportation of waste safely. Team Of Waste Management A team of well qualified and experienced professionals, the core of Waste Management, provides well thought of solutions keeping in view the different dimensions of waste management and their impacts on each component of the environment. Masters and PhD's are there in our team who has not only technical knowledge of work but has working capability as well. Detailed resumes are included in the section of OUR SERVICES COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 16. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 13 Key Personnel's. V Processing of CDM Projects The CDM is the only instrument that is available for developing countries to assist them in achieving sustainable development and contributing to the ultimate objective of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) to minimize GHG emission. It aims to assist annex-1 Parties to implement a project activity that reduces GHG emissions in non- annex-1 Parties which are mostly the developed countries, in return for certified emission reductions (CERs). The CERs generated by such project activities can be used by annex-1 Parties to meet their emissions targets under Kyoto protocol. Being the signatory of Kyoto Protocol Pakistan can benefit from CDM. The processing of CDM projects is complex task and almost no or very little expertise is available in the country. The EMCs professionals, by attending various training programs, national and international seminars have developed ample expertise in processing the CDM projects. In addition the EMC has entered into a long term understanding with an international consultant based in Singapore for processing CDM OUR SERVICES COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 17. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 14 Trainings on Environment, Health & Safety EMC is of the pioneer companies in Environmental, Health & Safety Training Providers. EMC Consultants, Team of EHS Experts can provide you the best possible trainings in EHS. We can customize the training courses according to the needs of our clients. Catering the Health, Safety and Environmental needs of industries the training portfolio of EMC is two fold by offering: Customaries Training Programs- PDPs: n These programs are carefully designed based on industry feedback: n Participants expected of senior and middle management positions n Shortest possible time 1-3 days to avoid more time away from job Conducted at hotel providing congenial learning environment Area Specific Programs: n These programs are tailored as per specific needs of a company to effectively communicates message n Advantages of Site, as personnel & equipment available to train n Time flexible as per convenience of the company or some off season Following are some of the EHS trainings which can be provided as In-house courses: 1. General Environmental Awareness 2. Introduction to Environmental Management Systems ISO 14001 3. Internal Auditing of EMS ISO 14001 4. How to implement effective Environmental Management Systems ISO 14001 5. Introduction to EHS Auditing 6. Environmental Impact Assessment / Initial Environmental Examination 7. Hazard Identification at Work place 8. Emergency Preparedness and response Plan. 9. Environmental Legislation and its requirements 10. Solid and Hazardous Waste Management 11. Waste Water Management TRAININGS ON EHS COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 18. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 15 12. Air and Noise Pollution 13. Energy Conservation 14. Introduction to Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) 15. Introduction to Occupational Health & Safety Management System OHSAS 18001 16. Internal Auditing of Occupational Health & Safety Management System OHSAS 18001. 17. Lockout/Tagout/verify Awareness 18. Machine Guarding 19. Material Safety data Sheets (MSdS), Spill Clean-Up and Blood Borne 20. Noise Prevention 21. Office Safety Awareness 22. Off the Job Safety - Home, Property, and Personal Safety 23. Operational risk Management 24. Overhead Crane Safety 25. Personal Protection Equipment 26. Principle Types of Unintentional Fatal Injuries 27. repetitive Motion Injuries 28. respirator Fit Testing and Training 29. respiratory Protection and Personal Protective Equipment 30. response to Catastrophic Personal Injury Loss 31. rigging Techniques 32. risk & risk Management 33. Safe Handling of Flammable and Combustible Liquids 34. Safe Lifting 35. Safety and Health in the Office Environment 36. Safety Talks "Your Link to Safety Awareness Communication!" 37. Safe Work Permits 38. Sling Safety & Safe rigging Practices 39. Stress and Stress Management 40. Supervisor & Managers Safety responsibilities (r & r) 41. The Control Of Hazardous Energy (LOCKOUT/TAGOUT) 42. Using Technology In Safety To Work Smarter, Not Harder 43. vehicle Safety and driving Safety 44. ventilation Systems As Control Measures 45. Warm Weather Injuries 46. Work Permit 47. Workplace Ergonomics 48. Workplace violence: What To Know What To do 49. You Know You're A Safety Nut When 50. Zero Incidents TRAININGS ON EHS COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 19. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 16 Company Resources Our Consultancy firm consists of a team of highly skilled environmental consultants based in Karachi.This company has also a builtup a strong contact base with a number of specialist sub-consultants and draws on this pool of expertise to make up a specific project team, ensuring a cost effective and specialized team suited to each project requirements. Ownership & Equal Opportunities: EMC is an equal opportunity employer. It aims to ensure that it employs the best applicant for a job and that no job applicant or employee or project associate receives less favourable treatment on the ground of race, nationality, sex, age, religion, languages or disability. This applies to recruitment, promotion, training, the application of grievance, disciplinary and other procedures, the provision of employee’s benefits and allterms and conditions of employement. CONSULTING CAPABILITIES COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 20. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 17 1. China PEtrolEum PiPElinE EnginEEring CorPoration ComPany 2. Shanghai ElECtriC 3. Emaar PakiStan 4 attoCk CEmEnt PakiStan limitEd 5. WorkS & SErviCES dEPartmEnt, govErnmEnt of Sindh 6. Sindh tranSmiSSion & diSPatCh ComPany (StdC) 7. frontiEr WorkS organization (fWo) 8. luCky ElECtriC PoWEr ComPany (lEPC) 9. SPECial ProjECt managEmEnt unit, miniStry of CommuniCation, goP 10. PakiStan PEtrolEum ltd 11. CommuniCation & WorkS dEPartmEnt, govErnmEnt of Punjab 12. SiddiqSonS EnErgy Pvt limitEd 13. fiShEriES dEvEloPmEnt board 14. CrEEk dEvEloPErS Pvt limitEd 15. PakiStan atomiC EnErgy CommiSSion (PaEC) 16. gWadar Port authority 17. aWan trading Co. Pvt limtEd 18. national tranSmiSSion & dESPatCh ComPany limitEd 19.. Sindh Coal authority (SCa) 20. bahria toWn Pvt limitEd 21. dha - brEntWood Pvt limitEd 22. gEtz Pharma Pvt limitEd 23. galaxy ConStruCtionS (Pvt) limitEd 24. un-habitat 25. karaChi mEtroPolitan CorPoration (kmC) 26. landmark EntErPriSES 27. yunuS tExtilE millS limitEd 28. Efu lifE inSuranCE Co. limitEd 29. k- EnErgy Pvt limitEd SOME PROMINENT CLIENTS COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 21. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 18 30. ElEngy tErminal PakiStan limitEd (EtPl) 31. n.m. buildErS & dEvEloPErS 32. raniPur Sugar millS (Pvt) limitEd 33. Saima rEal EStatE 34. mEtro tWin toWEr 35. Canon ConStruCtion ComPany 36. Shirazi invEStmEntS (Pvt) limitEd 37. halima buildErS & dEvEloPErS 38. m.S. intErPriSES 39. C.l. buildErS & dEvEloPErS 40. bandhi Sugar millS limitEd 41. atlaS mEtalS (Pvt) limitEd 42. dalda foodS (Pvt) limitEd 43. abbott laboratoriES PakiStan limitEd 44. induS diStillEry & brEWEry (Pvt) limitEd 45. hamza brothErS imPEx (Pvt) limitEd 46. oriEnt WatEr tEChnologiES 47. induS motorS ComPany limitEd 48. king’S food (Pvt) limitEd 49. S.k. EntErPriSES 50. fina EnErji 51. Sarmad Poultry farm 52. agility logiStiCS (Pvt) limitEd 53. niShat millS limitEd 54. induS hoSPital 55. ghani gaSES 56. PaCifiC oil millS (Pvt) limitEd 57. titan EnErgy PakiStan (Pvt) limitEd 58. Pak Can intErnational SOME PROMINENT CLIENTS COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 22. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 19 59. PakiStan gEmS & jEWEllEry dEvEloPmEnt ComPany, miniStry of ProduCtion 60. ParthEnon (Pvt) limitEd 61. digri Sugar millS (Pvt) limitEd 62. PakiStan SPaCE & uPPEr atmoSPhErE rESEarCh CommiSSion (SuParCo) 63. Sindh WildlifE dEPartmEnt (govErnmEnt of Sindh) 64. ElEngy tErminal PakiStan limitEd (EtPl) 65. Ea ConSulting Pvt limitEd 66. dSmE Co limitEd 67. faraS fErtilizEr ComPany (Pvt) limitEd 68. agha StEEl induStriES 69. binaPuri PakiStan (Pvt) limitEd 70. dEnim intErnational (Pvt) limitEd 71. d.j. buildErS & dEvEloPErS 72. tEChnova EntErPriSES (Pvt) limitEd 73. Salim yarn millS (Pvt) limitEd 74. Siddiqui buildErS & dEvEloPErS 75. Sumya buildErS & dEvEloPErS 76. S.P. aSSoCiatES buildErS & dEvEloPErS 77. Country ProPErtiES 78. novatEx limitEd 79. futEhally ChEmiCalS (Pvt) limitEd 80. niPPon koEi Co. limitEd, jaPan 81. fauji oil tErminal& diStribution ComPany limitEd (fotCo) 82. Sino Sindh rESourCES (Pvt) limitEd 83. nbt Wind PoWEr PakiStan(Pvt) limitEd 84. zuhair buildErS 85. karaChi intErnational ContainEr tErminal limitEd (kiCtl) 86. iShaq EntErPriSES 87. hiba buildErS & dEvEloPErS SOME PROMINENT CLIENTS COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 23. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 20 88. niko rESourCES (PakiStan) limitEd 89. h.m.ilyaS tradErS 90. Euro buildErS & dEvEloPErS 91. fatima vEnturES & amatul ConStruCtionS 92. Sindh inStitutE of urology and tranSPlantation (Siut) 93. oil & gaS dEvEloPmEntComPany limitEd (ogdCl) 94. aSg mEtalS (Pvt) limitEd 95. anoud tExtilE millS limitEd 96. rECkitt bEnCkiSEr PakiStan 97. Sundar gaS (Pvt) limitEd 98. jaWEdan CorPoration limitEd 99. Engro voPak tErminal limitEd 100. kda offiCErS CooPErativE houSing SoCiEty 102. gEnEration SChool 103. noman buildErS (Pvt) limitEd 104. WaltErS PoWEr intErnational 105. glaxoSmithklinE 106. StatE lifE inSuranCECorPoration 107. rEySir EntErPriSES 108. ibadullah WElfarE truSt 109. divinE dEvEloPErS (Pvt) limitEd 110. luCky onE (Pvt) ltd 111. lakSon tobaCCo ComPany 112. a&a aSSoCiatES 113. haSCombE StoragE limitEd 114. mintEx (miniStry of tExtilE induStry) 115. kmC offiCErS CooPErativE houSing SoCiEty 116. karaChi urban tranSPort CorPoration (kutC) 117. PakiStan houSing intErnational limitEd (Phil) SOME PROMINENT CLIENTS COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 24. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 21 118. intErnational ComPlEx ProjECtS limitEd (dolmEn grouP of ComPany) 119. amrEli StEElS (Pvt) limitEd 120. karaChi ElECtriC SuPPly CorPoration (kESC) 121. mm PakiStan (Pvt) limitEd 122. al-tuWairqi grouP 123. mi-SWaCo ovErSEaS limitEd 124. China national maChinEry 125. PakiStan gaSPort limitEd 126. im tEChnologiES PakiStan (Pvt) ltd 127. fauji akbEr Portia tErminal (faPt) 128. quality golf PakiStan (Pvt) limitEd 129. national gaSES limitEd 130. Siza food (Pvt) limitEd 131. orix ProPErtiES PakiStan (Pvt) limitEd 132. PakiStan tExtilE City limitEd (PtCl) 133. taavun (Pvt) limitEd 134. aiSha StEEl millS 135. arEva (t&d) Pak Pvt 136. artiStiC millinErS 137. boSiCor PakiStan limitEd 138. b.P. PakiStan ExPloration & ProduCtion inC. 139. Cadbury PakiStan limitEd 140. CrESCEnt ChEmiCalS 141. dEWan Sugar millS 142. Eni PakiStan limitEd 143. fWq EntErPriSES (Pvt) limitEd 144. hinoPak motor limitEd 145. induS rEfinEry limitEd SOME PROMINENT CLIENTS COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 25. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 22 146. qaSim intErnational ContainEr tErminal (qiCt) 147. mari gaS ComPany limitEd. 148. PfizEr PakiStan limitEd 149. PharmaCia & uPjohn (Pvt) limitEd 150. PakiStan Pta limitEd 151. ProCtor & gamblE 152. ShEll PakiStan limitEd 153. South aSia StEEl WorkS (Pvt) limitEd 154. Sui SouthErn gaS ComPany 155. thal EnginEEring 156. lilly intErnational (Pvt) limitEd 157. hamSonS induStriES 158. national rEfinEry limitEd (nrl) SOME PROMINENT CLIENTS COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 26. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 23 1. baSiC SurvEy on EnvironmEntal and SoCial ConSidEration for ProjECt imProvEmEnt of national highWay n5 in karaChi City for jiCa 2. baSElinE Study for Solid WaStE managEmEnt in iSlamabad (SECtor 1-9 & 1-10) for un-habitat 3. WatEr ConSErvation Study at omv kadanWari gaS fiEld for omv (PakiStan) ExPloration & ProduCtion 4. SuPPlEmEntal fEaSibility Study on rEvival of karaChi CirCular railWay for jiCa 5. baSElinE Study of kirthar ProtECtEd arEa ComPlEx for Sindh WildlifE dEPartmEnt, govErnmEnt of Sindh 6. nation-WidE maPPing of induStriES to analyzE thE rEquirEmEnt of CombinEd EffluEnt trEatmEnt PlantS (CEtPS) for miniStry of tExtilE induStriES, govErnmEnt of PakiStan 7. Study on SoCial EnvironmEnt (SoSE) karaChi tranSPortation imProvEmEnt ProjECt for jiCa 8. rESEttlEmEnt aCtion Plan (raP) for rEvival of karaChi CirCular railWay, karaChi urban tranSPort CorPoration (kutC) 9. SPECial aSSiStanCE for thE ProjECt formulation (SaProf) for imPlEmEntation of karaChi CirCular railWay (kCr) ProjECt STUDIES COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 27. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 24 1. EnvironmEntal & SoCial imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of 132kv tranSmiSSion linE from nooriabad PoWEr Plant to kda grid Station, Sindh tranSmiSSion & diSPatCh ComPany (StdC) 2. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of ConStruCtion & rEhabilitation of national highWay (n-5), jiCa/karaChi mEtroPolitan CorPoraton (kmC) 3. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of karaChi – hydErabad motorWay (m9), frontiEr WorkS organization 4. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of 660 mW Coal firEd PoWEr Plant, luCky ElECtriC PoWEr ComPany limitEd 5. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of 500 kv tranSmiSSion linES for lakhra Coal firEd thErmal PoWEr Plant ConStruCtion ProjECt, national tranSmiSSion & diSPatCh ComPany (ntdC) 6. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of grEEn linE raPid tranSit SyStEm for SPECial ProjECt managEmEnt unit, miniStry of CommuniCation, goP 7. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of dualization of faiSalabad byPaSS (ring road) & faiSalabad to Chiniot road (PaCkagE - i) for CommuniCation & WorkS dEPartmEnt, govErnmEnt of Punjab 8. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of dualization of bahaWalPur - haSilPur - bahaWalnagar road (PaCkagE - ii) for CommuniCation & WorkS dEPartmEnt, govErnmEnt of Punjab 9. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of dualization of ShEikhuPura - gujranWala road (PaCkagE - ii) for CommuniCation & WorkS dEPartmEnt, govErnmEnt of Punjab 10. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of 132 kv SuPPly linE for induS hoSPital, korangi 11. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of 350mW Coal PoWEr Plant ProjECt for SiddiqSonS EnErgy limitEd 12. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of thE arkadianS for CrEEk dEvEloPErS Pvt limitEd 13. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of bahria gardEn City for bahria toWn Pvt limitEd 14. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of k-2/k-3 ProjECt for PakiStan atomiC EnErgy CommiSSion EIA EXPERIENCE COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 28. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 25 15. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of gWadar Port EaStbay ExPrESSWay for gWadar Port authority 16. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of kPt Coal yard for aWan trading Co. Pvt limitEd 17. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of 50 CuSEC drainagE linE – thar Coal bloCk-ii for Sindh Coal authority 18. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of infraStruCturE dEvEloPmEnt of bahria toWn karaChi for bahria toWn PrivatE ltd 19. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of ProPoSEd buS raPid tranSit ProjECt for bahria toWn PrivatE ltd 20. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of “thE ShorE” for dha – brEntWood Pvt. ltd 21. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of ProPoSEd gEtz Pharma unit ii ProjECt for gEtz Pharma (Pvt) limitEd 22. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of naShaP dEvEloPmEnt ProjECt: Chanda mEla & naShPa dEvEloPmEnt & ProduCtion lEaSES (d & PlS) for oil & gaS dEvEloPmEnt ComPany limitEd 23. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of gradE SEParatEd traffiC imProvEmEnt Plan from ParktoWEr to a.t.naqvi roundabout for karaChi mEtroPolitan CorPoration (kmC) 24. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of bin qaSim Coal ConvErSion ProjECt for k-EnErgy (Pvt) limitEd 25. EnvironmEntal & SoCial imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of ProPoSEd lng imPort tErminal ProjECt for ElEngy tErminal PakiStan limitEd (EtPl) 26. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of drilling & aSSoCiatEd aCtivitiES for unitEd EnErgy PakiStan limitEd (uEPl) 27. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of ExPloration aCtivitiES in kohat E.l for oil & gaS dEvEloPmEnt ComPany limitEd (ogdCl) 28. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of Canola oil ExtraCtion unit for dalda foodS (Pvt) limitEd 29. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of uSEd lEad aCid battEry rECyCling Plant for atlaS mEtalS (Pvt) limitEd 30. EnvironmEntal & SoCial imPaCt aSSESSmEnt (ESia) of PakiStan floating lng tErminal ProjECt in offShorE WatErS for dSmE Co. limitEd EIA EXPERIENCE COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 29. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 26 31. EnvironmEntal & SoCial imPaCt aSSESSmEnt (ESia) of floating lng tErminal ProjECt for fauji oil tErminal & diStribution ComPamy limitEd 32. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of Sugar mill & CogEnEration Plant for bandhi Sugar millS limitEd 33. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt Study of ConStruCtion of flyovErS on Corridor v (Shahrah-E-PakiStan), karaChi mEtroPolitan CorPoration (kmC) 34. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt Study of ProPoSEd EdiblE oil rEfinEry for PaCifiC oil millS (Pvt) limitEd 35. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of nbt ii - 250mW Wind PoWEr ProjECt for nbt Wind PoWEr PakiStan ii (Pvt) limitEd 35. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of nbt iii - 250mW Wind PoWEr ProjECt for nbt Wind PoWEr PakiStan iii (Pvt) limitEd 36. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt Study of ConStruCtion of flyovErS on Corridor v at Sharah-E-PakiStan for karaChi mEtroPolitan CorPoration (kmC) 37. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of kPd tay intEgratEd dEvEloPmEnt ProjECt for oil & gaS dEvEloPmEnt ComPany limitEd (ogdCl) 38. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of Sumya Silk (rESidEntial Cum CommErCial ProjECt) for d.j. buildErS & dEvEloPErS 39. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt Study of ShahEEd bEnazir bhutto bridgE ovEr rivEr induS ConnECting ChaChran Sharif to mithankot for Ea ConSulting (Pvt) limitEd 40 EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt Study of faraS fErtilizEr’S aCid manufaCturing Plant for faraS fErtilizEr ComPany (Pvt) limitEd 41. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of agha StEEl millS for agha StEEl induStriES 42. EnvironmEntal & SoCial imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of karaChi-hydErabad motorWay (m-9) for binaPuri PakiStan (Pvt) limitEd 43. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt Study for karaChi tranSPortation imProvEmEnt ProjECt (ktiP) for niPPon koEi Co. limitEd, jaPan 44. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt Study of 100mW nbt Wind PoWEr ProjECt at dhabEji for nbt Wind PoWEr PakiStan (Pvt) limitEd 45. EnvironmEntal & SoCial imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of thar Coal mining ProjECt, Sinhar vikian varvai, bloCk-1 for Sino-Sindh rESourCES EIA EXPERIENCE COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 30. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 27 46. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt Study for ProPoSEd ExPloration aCtivitiES in dakhni mining lEaSE for oil & gaS dEvEloPmEnt ComPany limitEd (ogdCl) 47. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt Study for SEiSmiC SurvEy in baran bloCk for oil & gaS invEStmEntS limitEd (ogil) 48. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt Study for oil & gaS ExPloration in fatEhjang bloCk for oil & gaS dEvEloPmEnt ComPany limitEd (ogdCl) 49. EnvironmEntal & SoCial imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of Coal ClinkEr & CEmEnt tErminal for PakiStan intErnational bulk tErminal 50. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of ComPaCt StEEl Plant for aSg mEtalS at Port qaSim, karaChi 51. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of drilling & aSSoCiatEd ProduCtion aCtivitiES in hala bloCk for bP PakiStan ExPloration & ProduCtion inC. 52. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of lng tErminal at Port qaSim for Engro voPak tErminal limitEd 53. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of luCky onE aPartmEntS & mall for luCky onE (Pvt) limitEd 54. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of StatElifE toWEr at iSlamabad for StatElifE inSuranCE CorPoration 55. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt for 3 dSEiSmiC SurvEy oPErationS at Sanghar bloCk, bP PakiStan ExPloration & ProduCtion inC. 56. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of noman CaStEllo, noman buildErS (Pvt) limitEd. 57. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of Corridor-iv at Shahrah-E-faiSal, City diStriCt govErnmEnt karaChi (Cdgk) 58. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of dolmEn City ProjECt, intErnational ComPlEx ProjECtS limitEd (iCPl) 59. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of gizri flyovEr at dha, karaChi for dEfEnCE houSing authority (dha) 60. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of rEvival of karaChi CirCular railWay for karaChi urban tranSPort CorPoration (kutC) 61. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of kolaChi EnClavE dEvEloPmEnt for mm PakiStan (Pvt) limitEd 62. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of tuWairqi StEEl millS ProjECt for al- tuWairqi grouP EIA EXPERIENCE COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 31. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 28 63. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of Sonda-jhErruk Coal minE for China national maChinEry 64. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of jhErruk PoWEr Plant for China national maChinEry 65. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of lng tErminal, jEtty & ExtraCtion faCility for PakiStan gaSPort limitEd. 66. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of oil PiPElinE (SPm-bPl) 67. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of fErtilizEr & grain tErminal for fauji akbar Portia marinE tErminalS (Pvt) limitEd for Port qaSim karaChi 68. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of PakiStan tExtilE City, Port qaSim karaChi 69. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of mabarak CEntrE, lahorE for taavun (Pvt ) limitEd 70. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt for aiSha StEEl millS 71. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt for boSiCor oil PakiStan limitEd 72. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt for boSiCor ChEmiCal PakiStan 73. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of StEEl rE-bar and Cold rolling mill for South aSia StEEl WorkS PakiStan (Pvt) limitEd 74. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of irl at diStriCt thatta, dhabEji 75. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of bajara-karaChi looP-linE (girEP-ii) for Sui SouthErn gaS ComPany 76. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of liquid Cargo tErminal for fWq EntErPriSES (Pvt) ltd 77. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt for artiStiC millinErS dEnim ProCESSing unit 78. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of qaSim intErnational ContainEr tErminal ExtEnSion PhaSE-ii at Port qaSim 79. EnvironmEntal imPaCt aSSESSmEnt of karaChi ElEvatEd ExPrESSWay from jinnah bridgE to quaidabad for City diStriCt govErnmEnt karaChi EIA EXPERIENCE COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 32. 29 1. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of ConStruCtion and CommiSSioning of gPf- ii in gambat South bloCk for PakiStan PEtrolEum ltd 2. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of Clifton viSta for burj buildErS & dEvEloPErS 3. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of thE addrESS 4. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of ShrimP farming CluStEr dEvEloPmEnt to EnhanCE SuPPly of raW matErial for SEafood induStry of PakiStan for fiShEriES dEvEloPmEnt board 5. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of artiStiC millinErS unit 14 ProjECt for artiStiC millinErS Pvt limitEd 6. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of uEPl Salamat gaS & SalEh oil faCility ProjECt for unitEd EnErgy PakiStan limitEd (uEPl) 7. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of uP-gradation of road nEtWork from SujaWal (thatta) to Wango mor via badin (PhaSE-i) for Sindh Coal authority 8. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of bahria gardEn City for bahria toWn (Pvt) limitEd 9. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of ConStruCtion & oPEration of aErodromE (airStriP) for unitEd EnErgy PakiStan limitEd (uEPl) 10. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of hoShang PEarl aPartmEntS ProjECt for galaxy ConStruCtionS (Pvt) limitEd 11. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of oPal 225 mixEd-uSE building ProjECt for galaxy ConStruCtionS (Pvt) limitEd 12. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of intEgratEd rESourCE rECovEry CEntrE (irrC), iSlamabad for unitEd nationS human SEttlEmEntS Program 13. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of landmark toWEr for landmark EntErPriSES. 14. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of 10 faCulty EduCation ComPlExES for uSaid 15. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of addition of Coal firEd boilEr for yunuS tExtilE millS limitEd (ytm) 16. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of naimat faCility ExPanSion ProjECt PhaSE- v inCluding ConStruCtion ofCamP for unitEd EnErgy PakiStan limitEd (uEPl) 17. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of Efu lifE aSSuranCE building for Efu lifE inSuranCE Co. limitEd 18. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of gradE SEParatEd traffiC imProvEmEnt Plan from Park toWEr intErSECtion to a.t. naqvi roundabout for Ea ConSulting Pvt limitEd 19. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of ProduCt uP-gradation ProjECt for national rEfinEry limitEd (nrl) 20. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of amEEna toWEr for halima buildErS & dEvEloPErS IEE EXPERIENCE COMPANYPrOFILE EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd.
  • 33. 21. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of onE Way rEgimE at khayaban-E-mujahid & khayaban-E-ShamShEEr for dEfEnCE houSing authority (dha) 22. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of naimat faCility ExPanSion ProjECt PhaSE- iv for unitEd EnErgy PakiStan limitEd 23. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of 70 riviEra for mr. anjum rEhmat & mr. nadEEm rEhmat ShEikh 24. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of korangi gaS turbinE PoWErPlant for karaChi ElECtriC SuPPly CorPoration (kESC) 25. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of S.i.t.E gaS turbinE PoWErPlant for karaChi ElECtriC SuPPly CorPoration (kESC) 26. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of quEEn’S rESidEnCia – i for n.m. buildErS & dEvEloPErS 27. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of ProPoSEd 21 mW Co-gEnEration Plant for raniPur Sugar millS (Pvt) limitEd 28. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of drilling & aSSoCiatEd aCtivitiES in non-ProtECtEd arEaS of dSS bloCkS for unitEd EnErgy PakiStan limitEd 29. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of ChillEd WatEr Plant EnhanCEmEnt ProjECt for PfizEr laboratoriES PakiStan (Pvt) limitEd 30. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of naimat - kauSar PiPElinE for unitEd EnErgy PakiStan limitEd 31. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of Clifton Comfort for mr. muhammad kaSSim & mrS rubina muhammad huSSain 32. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of Saima luxuria for Saima rEal EStatE 33. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of Euro hi-tECh rESidEnCy for Euro buildErS & dEvEloPErS 34. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of uEP naimat faCility uPgradation ProjECt for unitEd EnErgy PakiStan limitEd 35. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of mEtro tWin toWEr 36. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of faizan rESidEnCy for Canon ConStruCtion ComPany 37. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of Port qaSim WarEhouSE for Shirazi invEStmEntS Pvt limitEd 38. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of halima toWEr for halima buildErS & dEvEloPErS 39. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of aziz hEavEn for kgS buildErS & dEvEloPErS EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 30 IEE EXPERIENCE COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 34. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 31 40. initial EnvironmEntal Examination for m.S. intErPriSES 41. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of zamzam toWErS for C.l. buildErS & dEvEloPErS 42. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of 3.2 mW CogEnEration Plant for abbott laboratoriES PakiStan limitEd 43. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of ProPoSEd additional 7.15 mW PoWEr Plant for anoud PoWEr gEnEration limitEd 44. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of futurE dEvEloPmEnt in mkk bloCk for unitEd EnErgy PakiStan limitEd 45. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of garmEntS StitChing (ExPanSion) for artiStiC dEnim millS limitEd 46. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of ConStruCtion of undErground WatEr StoragE tankS for glaxoSmithkinE PakiStan limitEd 47. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of ConStruCtion of 800 mEtErS tESt traCk for induS motorS ComPany limitEd 48. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of maChiyara SPringfiEld for hanif abdani & muhammad kaSSim 49. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of ProPoSEd makkah toWErS for halima buildErS & dEvEloPErS 50. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of WaStEWatEr trEatmEnt Plant for king’S food (Pvt) limitEd 51. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of Sumya ComfortS for hiba buildErS & dEvEloPErS 52. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of Saima Clifton Park viEW for S.k.  EntErPriSES 53. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of ConStruCtion & oPEration of jama mall & rESidEnCy for maChiyara & Paragon grouP 54. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of 50 mW Wind PoWEr ProjECt for finErgy (Pvt) limitEd 55. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of Sarmad Poultry farm 56. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of qaSim logiStiCS CEntrE for agility logiStiCS (Pvt) limitEd 57. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of mEhran logiStiCS CEntrE for agility logiStiCS (Pvt) limitEd IEE EXPERIENCE COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 35. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 32 58. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of ProPoSEd 9 mW Wind PoWEr ProjECt for titan EnErgy PakiStan (Pvt) limitEd 59. initial EnvironmEntal Examination Study of SmElting Plant at SitE for Pak Can intErnational 60. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of aSSaying and hallmarking CEntrE for PakiStan gEmS & jEWEllEry dEvEloPmEnt ComPany, miniStry of ProduCtion 61. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of intErnational buSinESS & ShoPPing CEntrE for ParthEnon (Pvt) limitEd 62. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of Study of SalE of 2 mW SurPluS PoWEr to hESC from digri Sugar millS for digri Sugar millS (Pvt) limitEd 63. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of SatEllitE data rECEiving ground Station for agriCulturE ProjECt for PakiStan SPaCE & uPPEr atmoSPhErE rESEarCh CommiSSion (SuParCo) 64. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of high PrESSurE tranSmiSSion PiPElinE & nitrogEn blEnding faCility for ElEngy tErminal PakiStan limitEd (EtPl) 65. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of naxon’S marriagE hall 66. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of atlantiC marriagE hall 67. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of maChiyara toWEr 68. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of aviation EnClavE (houSing ProjECt) for CEntral buildErS & dEvEloPErS 69. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of tayyabi gardEn for hiba buildErS & dEvEloPErS 70. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of Euro duPlEx City for Euro buildErS & dEvEloPErS 71. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of kotri unit ExPanSion ProjECt for PhilliP morriS PakiStan limitEd 72. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of CaPaCity EnhanCEmEnt ProjECt - SahiWal unit for PhiliP morriS PakiStan limitEd 73. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of ConStruCtion & oPEration of dEnim intErnational (Pvt) limitEd 74. initial EnvironmEntal Examination Study for EStabliShmEnt of SmElting Plant at hub induStrial trading EStatE, hub baluChiStan for tEChnova EntErPriSES (Pvt) limitEd IEE EXPERIENCE COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 36. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 33 75. initial EnvironmEntal Examination Study of ProPoSEd 2.7 mW (ExtEndablE to 12 mW)gaS baSEd PoWEr Plant at kotri-Sindh for Salim yarn millS (Pvt) limitEd 76. initial EnvironmEntal Examination Study of graCE toWEr for Siddiqui buildErS & dEvEloPErS 77. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of boPEt unit for novatEx limitEd 78. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of Sumya bridgE viEW - SuPEr luxury aPartmEntS for Sumya buildErS & dEvEloPErS 79. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of Saima Pari CEntrE for S.P. aSSoCiatES buildErS and dEvEloPErS 80. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of futEhally ChEmiCalS (Pvt) limitEd 81. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of ProPoSEd SEiSmiC SurvEy at badin bloCk (non-ProtECtEd arEaS) for unitEd EnErgy PakiStan limitEd (uEP) 82. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of royal homES for CEntral buildErS & dEvEloPErS 83. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of rESidEntial aPartmEntS for Country ProPErtiES 84. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of rESidEntial aPartmEntS for Country ProPErtiES 85. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of Euro ClaSSiC for Euro buildErS & dEvEloPErS 86. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of al-ghafoor orChid for zuhair buildErS 87. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of ProPoSEd offShorE drilling of nmr-01 and nmr-02 WEllS in induS baSin for nikorESourCES (PakiStan) limitEd 88. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of Euro grand Park for Euro buildErS & dEvEloPErS 89. initial EnvironmEntal Examination Study for ConStruCtion & oPEration of al-ghafoor ChalEt for zuhair buildErS 90. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of nEW PoWEr houSE for karaChi intErnational ContainEr tErminal limitEd (kiCtl) 91. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of SmElting Plant for h.m.ilyaS tradErS 92. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of CEntrEPoint for a&a aSSoCiatES 93. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of Com-3 for iShaq EntErPriSES IEE EXPERIENCE COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 37. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 34 IEE EXPERIENCE COMPANYPrOFILE 94. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of Sumya rESidEnCy for hiba buildErS & dEvEloPErS 95. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of Euro CloCk toWEr for Euro buildErS 96. initial EnvironmEntal Examination uSE of magiC float modular floating jEtty SyStEm (hdPE) for fatima vEnturES & amatul ConStruCtionS (South aSian rESourCES grouP) 97. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of bitriSm bloCk at diStriCt Sanghar- khairPur-ShahEEd bEnazir abad Sindh for oil & gaS dEvEloPmEnt ComPany limitEd (ogdCl) 98. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of ProPoSEd tranSPlant toWEr for Sindh inStitutE of urology & tranSPlantation (Siut) 99. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of maru-rEti gaS PiPElinE for oil & gaS dEvEloPmEnt ComPany limitEd (ogdCl) 100. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of ProPoSEd 3d SEiSmiiC oPErationS in tando ghulam ali (tga)& buzdar rEgionS for bP PakiStan ExPloration & ProduCtion inC. 101. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of ProPoSEd 11.7 mW (ExtEndablE to 16 mW gaS baSEd PoWEr Plant at anoud tExtilE millS limitEd 102. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of CaPaCity EnhanCEmEnt & gmP ComPlianCE for rECkitt bEnCkiSEr PakiStan 103. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of lPg StoragE & filling Station for Sundar gaS limitEd 104. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of naya nazimabad houSing SChEmE PhaSE-i for jaWEdan CorPoration limitEd 105. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of kda offiCErS CooPErativE houSing SoCiEty 106. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of gEnEration SChool 107. initial EnvironmEntal Examination for ExPanSion of laCtam bloCk for glaxoSmithklinE korangi Plant 108. initialEnvironmEntal Examination of rEntal PoWEr PlantS, naudEro, Sindh for WaltErS PoWEr intErnational 109. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of SolvEnt StoragE WarEhouSE for rEySir EntErPriSES 110. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of dalton Parking Plaza & ShoPPing mall & uPgradation of zamzama Club & SPortS ComPlEx, dha PhaSE-v, karaChi,
  • 38. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 35 dEfEnCE houSing authority 111. initial EnvironmEntal Examination for dEvEloPmEnt of juma goth for thE rESEttlEmEnt of ProjECt affECtEd PErSonS (PaPS), karaChi urban tranSPort CorPoration 112. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of divinE mEga 2 ProjECt, lahorE, divinE dEvEloPErS (Pvt) limitEd 113. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of City toWEr, SEvEn SEaS ConStruCtion 114. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of Corridor-iv at Shahrah-E-faiSal, City diStriCt govErnmEnt karaChi (Cdgk) 115. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of houSing SChEmE ProPoSEd ovEr 200 aCrES of land for kmC offiCErS CooPErativE houSing SoCiEty 116. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of PEtro-ChEmiCal, raW matErial & fEEd StoCk ProjECt, PakiStan houSing intErnational limitEd. 117. initial EnvironmEntal Examination for amrElli StEElS (Pvt) limitEd 118. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of WESt Wharf & haroonabad PoWEr gEnEration unitS, karaChi ElECtriC SuPPly CorPoration (kESC) 119. initial EnvironmEntal Examination rEPort for drilling ChEmiCal StoragE WarEhouSE, mi-SWaCo m-i ovErSEaS limitEd 120. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of WaStEWatEr trEatmEnt Plant hub baloChiStan, ProCtor & gamblE PakiStan (Pvt) limitEd 121. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of karaChi it toWEr ComPlEx CiviC CEntrE, karaChi 122. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of PoWEr Plant for intErnational induStriES limitEd, landhi karaChi 123. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of aCaCia Country & golf Club karaChi for quality golf PakiStan (Pvt) limitEd 124. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of lPg StoragE & bottling Plant for national gaS limitEd. hub baluChiStan 125. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of mCdonald’S rEStaurant for Siza food (Pvt) limitEd. f- 9 Park, iSlamabad 126. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of SErviCES aPartmEntS for orix ProPErtiES PakiStan (Pvt) limitEd. lahorE 127. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of SofitEl rESidEnCE Clifton for triPlE trEE aSSoCiatES 128. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of 5-StEEl bridgES for City diStriCt govErnmEnt karaChi (Cdgk) IEE EXPERIENCE COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 39. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 36 129. initial EnvironmEntal Examination for ExtEnSion of boSiCor PakiStan limitEd 130. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of jinnah toWn houSing SChEmE at kda-33 for daWood EntErPriSES 131. initial EnvironmEntal Examination for ExPanSion of lPg StoragE tankS at Port qaSim for Shv EnErgy PakiStan limitEd. 132. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of SofitEl toWEr Clifton karaChi for triPlE trEE aSSoCiatES 133. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of maCh-kolPur for Sui SouthErn gaS ComPany 134. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of mari gaS ComPany ltd. at ziarat bloCk baloChiStan 135. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of alEEm SonS WEaving, Printing (Pvt) limitEd 136. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of an outlEt of mC donald’S rEStaurant at Clifton bEaCh for Siza foodS (Pvt) limitEd. 137. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of CrESCEnt ChEmiCal ComPany at kEPz 138. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of dEWan Sugar millS 139. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of WaStEWatEr trEatmEnt Plant for hinoPak motorS 140. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of WaStEWatEr trEatmEnt Plant for PfizEr 141. initial EnvironmEntal Examination for hamSonS induStriES 142. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of additional StoragE tankS for national rEfinEry limitEd. 143. initial EnvironmEntal Examination of dha WatErfront for dEfEnCE houSing authority IEE EXPERIENCE COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 40. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 37 1. EnvironmEntal audit - mama induStriES, Port qaSim, karaChi 2. buSinESS SoCial rESPonSibility (bSr) audit - niShat millS limitEd, lahorE 3. buSinESS SoCial rESPonSibility (bSr) audit - uS dEnim 4. buSinESS SoCial rESPonSibility (bSr) audit - artiStiC millinErS 5. buSinESS SoCial rESPonSibility audit - navEEna tExtilE millS, lahorE 6. buSinESS SoCial rESPonSibility audit - ahmEd laCE (nExgEn), karaChi 7. EhS audit - rECkitt bEnCkiSEr, karaChi 8. EnvironmEntal ComPlianCE audit - fmC lahorE 9. hSE ComPlianCE audit - monSanto PakiStan limitEd. 10. EnvironmEntal audit - ChEmitEx tExtilE induStry 11. EnvironmEntal ComPlianCE audit - WyEth PakiStan limitEd 12. duE diligEnCE audit - fauji kabirWala PoWEr Plant, Punjab 13. EhS audit - habibullah CoaStal PoWEr ProjECt, quEtta 14. duE diligEnCE audit- habibullah CoaStal PoWEr, quEtta 15. duE diligEnCE audit - Saba PoWEr limitEd, ShEikuPura 16. EhS audit - abbott laboratoriES Pak. limitEd 17. hSE ComPlianCE audit - PfizEr PakiStan limitEd 18. EhS ComPlainCEaudit - PharmaCia & uPjohn 19. duE diligEnCE ComPlainCE audit - Cadbury PakiStan limitEd, hub, baloChiStan 20. EmS audit - bP PakiStan (E & P) 21. EmS audit - PfizEr PakiStan limitEd 22. EmS audit - laSmo oil PakiStan 23. EhS audit - al-karam tExtilES 24. EhS audit - ExidE PakiStan limitEd 25. EhS audit - thal EnginEEring (automotivE) 26 EnvironmEntal audit - huSain Sugar millS 27. EmS audit - iCi PaintS 28. EmS audit - ParkE daviS PharmaCEutiCalS 29. EmS audit - hinoPak motorS 30. EhS audit - univErSal ChEmiCal induStry . AUDIT EXPERIENCE COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 41. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 38 ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENT COMPANYPrOFILE 1. EnvironmEntal SitE aSSESSmEnt PhaSE - i, johnSon & johnSon PakiStan (Pvt.)  limitEd 2. EnvironmEntal SitE aSSESSmEnt of ShutdoWn faCility, gSk PakiStan 3. EnvironmEntal SitE aSSESSmEnt of ShutdoWn faCility, PharmaCia and uPjohn PakiStan (Pvt.) limitEd 4. EnvironmEntal SitE aSSESSmEnt of faCility, WyEth PakiStan limitEd 5. EnvironmEntal SitE aSSESSmEnt of Sakhi - tangri trunk linE oil PilfEragE SitE at Sakhi - i faCility, bP PakiStan Sakhi - i faCility
  • 42. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 39 1. ConSultanCy SErviCES of iSo-14000-2004 for hinoPak motorS limitEd. 2. in-houSE training on iSo-14000 for hinoPak motorS limitEd. 3. ConSultanCy SErviCES of iSo-14000 for PharmaCia uPjohn (Pvt) limitEd. 4. ConSultanCy SErviCES for iSo-14000 at al-karam tExtilE limitEd. (ProCESSing mill). 5. intEgratEd managEmEnt SyStEm, baSEd on ohSaS 18001 and iSo-14000 for PfizEr PakiStan. 6. ConSultanCy SErviCES for thE EStabliShmEnt of intEgratEd managEmEnt SyStEm, baSEd on ohSaS 18001 for hinoPak motorS limitEd. 7. ConSultanCy SErviCES for thE EStabliShmEnt of intEgratEd managEmEnt SyStEm, baSEd on ohSaS 18001 and iSo-14001-2004 for bP PakiStan limitEd. 8. iSo 14001-2004 rEviEW for hinoPak motorS limitEd. 9. ConSultanCy SErviCES for thE EStabliShmEnt of iSo 9001- 2000 and iSo 17025 SyStEmS for almEida tExtilE (Pvt) limitEd, EthioPia 10. Study rEPort on food WaStE diSPoSal for Eni-laSmo oil PakiStan limitEd. (bhit CamP). 11. rECyCling of WaStE oil SludgE for bP badin PakiStan (ConCESSion arEa). 12. diSPoSal of WaStE oil SludgE and diffErEnt tyPES of ChEmiCalS from laboratory for ShEll PakiStan limitEd. 13. diSPoSal of WaStEWatEr SludgE for mErCk SharPE dohmE 14. diSPoSal of hazardouS and non-hazardouS WaStE for PEtronaS oil ExPlorationS 15. diSPoSal and inCinEration of ChEmiCalS, dyES and WaStE oil for al-karam tExtilES 16. diSPoSal of WaStE oil, grEaSE, Paint and ChEmiCalS uSEd in thE ProCESS. 17. diSPoSal of WaStE flavourEd ChEmiCalS for Cadbury PakiStan limitEd. 18. rECyCling of SolvEnt (111-tCE) uSEd for dEgrEaSing for thal EnginEEring. 19. diSPoSal of WaStE ChEmiCalS for univErSal ChEmiCalS induStry 20. Study rEPort on WaStEWatEr diSPoSal/trEatmEnt for Eni- laSmo oil PakiStan (bhit CamP). 21. daf (diSSolvEd air floatation) unit for WaStEWatEr trEatmEnt at Cadbury PakiStan limitEd. 22. WaStEWatEr trEatmEnt Plant at thal EnginEEring. MISCELLANEOUS COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 43. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 40 23. WaStEWatEr trEatmEnt Plant at hinoPak motorS limitEd. 24. noiSE Study at ProduCtion faCilitiES, badin ConCESSion bloCk for bP PakiStan ExPloration & ProduCtion inC. 25. EnvironmEntal monitoring of tuWairqi StEEl mill ProjECt for al-tuWairqi grouP 26. EnvironmEntal managEmEnt & monitoring Plan for lakSon tobaCCo ComPany limitEd 27. monitoring of WatErfront dEvEloPmEnt ProjECtS for dEfEnCE houSing authority 24. rEPort on “Study into CauSES and EffECtS of EutroPhiCation in major lakES of Sindh” 25. Study of Soil ProfilE of farmlandS around SEhWan trEatmEnt faCility for Eni-laSmo, SEhWan 26. imPaCt of WaStEWatEr irrigation on thE groundWatEr at nagaWall nEar Eni- laSmo bhit CamP SitE 27. noiSE Study of bP’S faCilitiES at badin ConCESSion arEa 28. ambiEnt air quality monitoring for bEaCon houSE SChool (jubilEE CamPuS) 29. ConSultiing SErviCES for air diSPErSion modEling of raW matErial tranSPortation for PakiStan Pta limitEd Port qaSim 30. EnvironmEntal monitoring/managEmEnt Plan for lilly intErnational (Pvt) limitEd. 31. initial EnvironmEntal rEviEW for hamSonS tExtilE millS (Pvt) lmitEd. MISCELLANEOUS COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 44. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 41 Shanghai ElECtriC ENvIrONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF 2 X 660 MW POWErPLANT AT THAr COAL BLOCK-I k-ElECtriC limitEd ENvIrONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF 660 MW COAL FIrEd POWErPLANT IN POrT QASIM, KArACHI China PEtrolEum PiPElinE EnginEEring CorPoration ComPany ENvIrONMENTAL & SOCIAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT (ESIA) STUdY OF GWAdAr - NAWABSHAH LNG TErMINAL & PIPELINE PrOJECT Emaar PakiStan ENvIrONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT FOr dEvELOPMENT OF CrESCENT BAY KArACHI (CBK) PrOJECT frontiEr WorkS organization ENvIrONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF KArACHI – THATTA dUAL CArrIAGEWAY attoCk CEmEnt PakiStan limitEd ENvIrONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF ATTOCK CEMENT LINE-III WorkS & SErviCES dEPartmEnt, govErnmEnt of Sindh ENvIrONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF GHOTKI KANdHKOT BrIdGE PrOJECT invar intErnational holding inC. ENvIrONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUdY FOr dEEP CONvErSION PETrOLEUM rEFINErY IN POrT QASIM, KArACHI Sindh Coal authority WATEr MASTEr PLAN FOr THAr COALFIELd INCLUdING HYdrOGEOLOGICAL, WATEr SUPPLY ANd WASTEWATEr MANAGEMENT STUdIES minES & minEralS dEvEloPmEnt dEPartmEnt, govt of Sindh ENvIrONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT dUE TO MINING ACTIvITIES IN SINdH CrEEk dEvEloPErS Pvt limitEd MONTHLY MONITOrING OF THE ArKAdIANS bahria toWn Pvt limitEd MONTHLY MONITOrING OF BAHrIA ICON CLIFTON galaxy ConStruCtionS (Pvt) limitEd MONTHLY MONITOrING OF HOSHANG PEArL APArTMENTS galaxy ConStruCtionS (Pvt) limitEd MONTHLY MONITOrING OF OPAL 225 MIXEd-USE BUILdING PrOJECT Engro ElEngy tErminal limitEd (EEtl) MONTHLY MONITOrING OF FAST TrACK LNG PrOJECT (OPErATIONS) WORK IN HAND COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 45. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 42 gEtz Pharma (Pvt.) limitEd MONTHLY MONITOrING OF GETZ PHArMA PakiStan intErnational bulk tErminal limitEd (Pibt) MONTHLY MONITOrING afroz tExtilE MONTHLY MONITOrING luCky CEmEnt limitEd MONTHLY MONITOrING yunuS tExtilE millS MONTHLY MONITOrING OF UNIT 1, 2 & 3 PhiliP morriS PakiStan limitEd (formErly lakSon tobaCCo ComPany ltd) MONTHLY ENvIrONMENTAL MONITOrING (SAHIWAL-UNIT) PhiliP morriS PakiStan limitEd (formErly lakSon tobaCCo ComPany ltd) MONTHLY ENvIrONMENTAL MONITOrING (KOTrI-UNIT) atlaS mEtalS Pvt limitEd MONTHLY ENvIrONMENTAL MONITOrING OF USEd LEAd ACId BATTErY rECYCLING PLANT PrOJECT (OPErATIONS) javEdan CorPoration limitEd MONTHLY ENvIrONMENTAL MONITOrING OF NAYA NAZIMABAd WORK IN HAND COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 46. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 43 CliEnt/loCation: jiCa - karaChi PrOJECT: BASIC SUrvEY ON ENvIrONMENTAL ANd SOCIAL CONSIdErATION FOr PrOJECT IMPrOvEMENT OF NATIONAL HIGHWAY N5 IN KArACHI CITY SCOPE: The survey was undertaken by EMC with an objective to collect basic information on the important environmental and social aspects of the project area which comprised 14.5 km section of N5 and its immediate vicinity along the road length. The information thus collected will be used for further preparation of EIA/rAP to be done in Preparatory Survey. CliEnt/loCation: un-habitat - iSlamabad PrOJECT: BASELINE STUdY FOr SOLId WASTE MANAGEMENT IN ISLAMABAd (SECTOr 1-9 & 1-10) SCOPE: Conducting Baseline Study for Solid Waste Management in Islamabad (Sector 1-9 & 1-10), Pakistan which will focus on the waste generated by households, small businesses and vegetable and fruit markets in the sectors CliEnt/loCation: omv(PakiStan) ExPloration & ProduCtion g.m.b.h PrOJECT: WATEr CONSErvATION STUdY AT OMv KAdANWArI GAS FIELd SCOPE: review and benchmark OMv’s water consumption status. Identify tangible water reduction (hardware and software issue such as training and conservation campaign). Identify options for utilization of ground water (through water treatment options). develop a 3-5 years rolling plan to achieve the progressive reduction in water conservation particularly in surface water resources. CliEnt/loCation: jiCa - karaChi PrOJECT: SUPPLEMENTAL FEASIBILITY STUdY ON rEvIvAL OF KArACHI CIrCULAr rAILWAY SCOPE: The Supplemental Study on KCr presents the results of various investigations and development plans along with cost estimations under the broad categories viz. Socio-economic Survey of the Host Population, Stakeholders’ Consultations and Information disclosure, review of Earlier Investigations and related Studies, Environment and Social Profile of the resettlement Site, results of Engineering and Physical Surveys, resettlement Site development Plan and Infrastructure Conceptual design, Cost Estimates, Project development and Management Plans, and Socio-Economic and Financial Analysis. Based on all these investigation reports and plans, a layout for the resettlement Site for PAPs was prepared, development of the site planned and practicality of the plan and sustainability of long term functioning and maintenance of the resettlement examined. STUDIES COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 47. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 44 CliEnt/loCation: Sindh WildlifE dEPartmEnt - govErnmEnt of Sindh, jamShoro diStriCt – Sindh PrOJECT: BASELINE STUdY OF KIrTHAr PrOTECTEd ArEA COMPLEX SCOPE: A comprehensive baseline study was carried by Environmental Management Consultants for Kirthar Protected Area Complex (KPAC). The KPAC ecosystem comprises a system of mountains and valleys. The mountains and valleys are largely wasteland. The mountains still support a rich variety of plants, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, fishes and invertebrate species. The valleys have some 40,000 ha as agricultural land, where natural vegetation has been replaced by cropland and does not support rare or threatened plant species. Most of the plants species present on such agricultural land are cultivated. The habitats that still support the biodiversity of plant and animal species are nevertheless face to face with threats from each of the following parameters: • Climate Change • Human population • Land conversion • Agriculture • Over harvesting • Soil erosion The loss of biodiversity is however, mainly the result of impoverishment of resources, which has been induced by: • recurring episodes of drought and an overall scarcity of rainfall • Scarcity of surface water and hence over excavation of groundwater. Climate change has been held largely responsible for aridity of the environment and desiccation of soil. Additionally drought conditions and excavation of groundwater from deep down resources has reduced the availability of water in the root zone of the plants. This has been going on for decades and that may be the reason for dwarfing of all the tree species, and for coalescing of the tree rings, which suggests that the root zone has remained deprived of its share of water for a considerably long time. Over exploitation of the already meager resources has now become the way of life in KPAC since the land area is being expanded for agriculture. This requires land clearing and the subsequent removal of vegetation which includes some rare species that are considered as weeds and of no commercial value. Water being made available in the core habitat of the wildlife in particular the large mammals, is being shared by the herds of livestock whose population has been growing to the extent of being 2 livestock heads per capita. Availability of green agricultural crops in the land area near the wildlife habitats has induced the small mammals to encroach on the agricultural fields. descending of the small mammals to lower STUDIES COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 48. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 45 levels has in certain cases prompted the large mammals to descend to lower levels and thus encroach on others habitat. The process of land degradation and loss of habitat has been intensified during the last decade. The plant and wildlife species are being lost due to i) increasing rate of deforestation, ii) expansion in its agricultural area, and iii) development activities being based on greed rather than need. CliEnt/loCation: miniStry of tExtilE induStry, govErnmEnt of PakiStan, iSlamabad PrOJECT: NATION-WIdE MAPPING OF INdUSTrIES TO ANALYZE THE rEQUIrEMENT OF COMBINEd EFFLUENT TrEATMENT PLANTS (CETPS) SCOPE: Ministry of Textile Industry has proposed: 1) Nationwide mapping study of the entire textile sector to identify current provisions and need to introduce the interventions, 2) Prioritize future interventions, 3) Make a comprehensive policy proposal on environmental compliance by the industry, 4) Analyze requirement of setting up Combined Effluent Treatment Plants (CETP) s for environmental compatibility of the industry and monitoring their performance. Environmental Management Consultants, Pakistan has been assigned to undertake a comprehensive study to accomplish these tasks. CliEnt/loCation: jiCa, karaChi PrOJECT: STUdY ON SOCIAL ENvIrONMENT (SOSE) FOr KArACHI TrANSPOrTATION IMPrOvEMENT PrOJECT SCOPE: The Study for Karachi Transportation Improvement Project (KTIP) has proposed 1) the 18 km long radial Corridor 01 to start from Guru Mandir and to conclude at Surjani, 2) the 14.5 km long Circular Corridor 2 to start from Singer Chowrangi and end at NaganChowrangi, 3) the 15.5 km long radial Corridor 3 to begin from Guru Mandir and end at Saforah Goth, 4) the 14.5 km long Circular Corridor 4 to start from Cantt Station and terminate at Singer Chowrangi, while 5) the 16.5 km long radial Corridor 6 to operate between Tower and New SabziMandi. The Study has offered the following four systems for public consideration: • Bus rapid Transit (BrT), • Light rail Transit (LrT) • Mono rail Transit and • Metro rail Transit (MrT). The Karachi Transportation Improvement Project is in line with several national, provincial, and local policy frameworks that highlight the need for enhancing Karachi’s urban transport network. STUDIES COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 49. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 46 CliEnt/loCation: karaChi urban tranSPort CorPoration (kutC), karaChi PrOJECT: rESETTLEMENT ACTION PLAN (rAP) FOr rEvIvAL OF KArACHI CIrCULAr rAILWAY SCOPE: The revival of Karachi Circular railway has been proposed by Karachi Urban Transport Corporation (KUTC), Pakistan railway with the Assistance of Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). The land for project is under the ownership of Pakistan railway (Pr) but has been illegally encroached by large number of squatter families. As per the National resettlement Policy and Social Consideration Guidelines of JICA for International Funded Projects, proper resettlement/relocation of the affected families is very important CliEnt/loCation: karaChi urban tranSPort CorPoration (kutC), karaChi PrOJECT: SPECIAL ASSISTANCE FOr THE PrOJECT FOrMULATION (SAPrOF) FOr IMPLEMENTATION OF KArACHI CIrCULAr rAILWAY (KCr) PrOJECT SCOPE: This Framework of resettlement Action Plan is intended to provide the project proponent of JICA funded project a planning method of appropriate involuntary action plan for resettlement arrangement. Thereby KUTC as a project proponent would be able to develop appropriate resettlement Action Plan, or rAP. Within the framework of rAP, Project Affected Persons (PAPs) should be well informed of the result of social environmental impact study, project proponent’s intention of resettlement arrangement in advance of project implementation. Thereby disseminated information to the PAPs will be able to consider over time an appropriate psychological preparedness among the PAPs in respect of resettlement activities STUDIES COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 50. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 47 CliEnt/loCation: Sindh tranSmiSSion & diSPatCh ComPany (StdC)/nooriabad PoWEr Plant to k-ElECtriC grid Station at kda SChEmE 33 PrOJECT: ENvIrONMENTAL & SOCIAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF 132Kv TrANSMISSION LINE FrOM NOOrIABAd POWEr PLANT TO KdA GrId STATION SCOPE: Electric Power will be generated and transmitted through newly build overhead transmission line of about 95 km from 100 MWs Nooriabad Power Plant to KdA Scheme-33, Karachi. The line route is planned keeping in mind the less possible right-of-way section for the line. Total 500 lattice steel towers will be erected to support the conductor wires. A total of 66 angle towers (out of 500) will be installed to divert the line according to the proposed route CliEnt/loCation: jiCa/kmC/from quaidabad bridgE to StEEl mill intErSECtion PrOJECT: ENvIrONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF CONSTrUCTION & rEHABILITATION OF NATIONAL HIGHWAY (N-5) SCOPE: The Project intend to utilize Japan’s Grant Aid to widen the Quaidabad- Pakistan Steel Intersection of N5 from 4 lanes to 6 lanes for approx. 11km, rehabilitate the pavement and construct service roads and facilities for traffic management and safety The existing rOW of 150ft (45.7m) is effectively utilized in determining the road cross section. The cross section is composed of 6 lane carriageway whose width is 3.65m per lane and the service road having enough width for dual traffic. Also a green belt made of planted trees is provided at the road edge so that rOW can be clearly identified. CliEnt/loCation: frontiEr WorkS organization/StartS off at km 13+000 (ProjECt ChainagE 0+000) of thE nha PoSitionEd undEr thE flyovEr/intErChangE ProvidEd for thE lyari ExPrESSWay on thE lyari rivEr and EndS at 149+000 (ProjECt ChainagE 136+000) in thE CloSEnESS of thE ClovEr lEaf intErChangE WhiCh iS PrESEnt on thE hydErabad byPaSS PrOJECT: ENvIrONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF KArACHI – HYdErABAd MOTOrWAY (M9) SCOPE: The proposed 136 Km Karachi-Hyderabad M-9 project starts off at Km 13+000 (Project Chainage 0+000) of the NHA positioned under the flyover/interchange provided for the Lyari Expressway on the Lyari river and ends at 149+000 (Project Chainage 136+000) in the closeness of the clover leaf interchange which is present on the Hyderabad Bypass. EIA EXPERIENCE COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 51. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 48 The objective of the project is to: • Strengthen the existing road infrastructure • Construct existing 4-Lane Karachi-Hyderabad Superhighway as 6- lane, access controlled in order to provide world class Motorway (M-9) along with its associated facilities • design and construct bridges, culverts and underpasses where necessary • Provide helpline services, services area and other motorway facilities CliEnt/loCation: luCky ElECtriC PoWEr ComPany limitEd/Port qaSim, karaChi PrOJECT: ENvIrONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF 660 MW COAL FIrEd POWEr PLANT SCOPE: The proposed (1x660MW) Lucky Electric Coal Power Project (LECPP) will be established over an area of 250 acres of land acquired from Sindh Bor in deh Ghangiaro, Bin Qasim Town, Karachi. The main components of the proposed project include: • Coal Handling System including dust Extraction and Supression System • Steam Generator, Turbine Generator and Auxiliary Units • Cooling Water System • Water & Effluent Treatment System • Fire Protection System • Air Conditioning & ventilation System • Electrostatic Precipitators, Low NOx Burners, FGd • A 200 meters high stack • Ash Handling System with dry Ash Extraction & Temporary Storage Facilities • Electrical Systems: Generator Bus duct, Transformers, Switchgears, Switch Yard etc CliEnt/loCation: national tranSmiSSion & diSPatCh ComPany/jamShoro diStriCt, Sindh PrOJECT: ENvIrONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF 500 Kv TrANSMISSION LINES FOr LAKHrA COAL FIrEd THErMAL POWEr PLANT CONSTrUCTION PrOJECT SCOPE: The project comprises the following associated facilities including the main power plant including ash pond, water intake & discharge pipeline, water pump station and two access roads. The project also includes 500 kv Transmission Lines (1.2 km x 2 and 4.2 km x2) connecting to the existing transmission lines. EIA EXPERIENCE COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 52. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 49 The main objectives of the Project are: • respond to the urgent need to close the yawning gap between power generation and demand • Provide an economically viable and environmentally acceptable power generation system to make the coal available for use in power production, in view of the wide gap between supplies of fossill fuel and demand. • Ensure stable power production system for the country • respond to the need of improvement in quality of life through sustainable Energy resource development CliEnt/loCation: SPECial ProjECt managEmEnt unit, miniStry of CommuniCation, goP/ muniCiPal Park, Saddar to kESC PoWEr houSE ChoWrangi, Surjani, karaChi PrOJECT: ENvIrONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF GrEEN LINE rAPId TrANSIT SYSTEM SCOPE: The Project start point is at KESC Power House to the traffic study in Surjani from where it runs southwards through Khwaja Shamsudin Azeemi road toward Nagan Chowrangi along Shareh- e-Usman. From Nagan Chowrangi it runs along Sharah-e-Sher Shah Suri (South westerly) onto Nawab Siddiq Ali Khan road through Nazimabad Petrol Pump intersection proceeding towards Lasbella Chowk. At Lasbella Chowk the route turns South eastwards onto Business recorder road and runs upto Guru Mandar. On crossing Guru Mandar the Green Line route turns south westward onto M. A. Jinnah road. The route westwards crosses Numaish and reaches the Municipal Park. CliEnt/loCation: CommuniCation & WorkS dEPartmEnt, govErnmEnt of Punjab/ Punjab PrOJECT: ENvIrONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF dUALIZATION OF FAISALABAd BYPASS (rING rOAd) & FAISALABAd TO CHINIOT rOAd SCOPE: The major improvements conceived under the road Improvement Plan are outlined hereunder: a) The Project targets to dualized and improved the existing road of both Packages I and II as divided 2-lane road with median and shoulders b)Strengthen the road pavement structure to sustain heavy loads c) Checking and verification of conditions of existing bridges and culverts d) Improvement of Geometrics of alignment, where required, conditions are improved to cope with horizontal & vertical clearances, improvement of the horizontal curves, stopping and passing sight distances, steep grades and sharp curves to comply highway standards EIA EXPERIENCE COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 53. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 50 CliEnt/loCation: CommuniCation & WorkS dEPartmEnt, govErnmEnt of Punjab/ Punjab PrOJECT: ENvIrONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF dUALIZATION OF BAHAWALPUr - HASILPUr - BAHAWALNAGAr rOAd SCOPE: In Package II, two roads will be dualized one of which includes the Hasilpur to Bahawal nagar road with a reported length of 80 km. the Hasilpur to Bahawalnagar road starts at the outskirts of Hasilpur city where the existing dual carriageway terminates and single lane carriageway (both direction) starts. The project road ends in the built-up area of Bahawalnagar city at Bhawali Chowk. The major improvements conceived under the road Improvement Plan are outlined hereunder: a) The Project targets to dualized and improved the existing road of Package II as divided 2-lane road with median and shoulders b) Strengthen the road pavement structure to sustain heavy loads c) Checking and verification of conditions of existing bridges and culverts d) Improvement of Geometrics of alignment, where required, conditions are improved to cope with horizontal & vertical clearances, improvement of the horizontal curves, stopping and passing sight distances, steep grades and sharp curves to comply highway standards e) Improvement of traveling conditions to ensure design speed of 100 km/hour for rural areas and 70 km/hour for urban areas CliEnt/loCation: CommuniCation & WorkS dEPartmEnt, govErnmEnt of Punjab/ Punjab PrOJECT: ENvIrONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF dUALIZATION OF SHEIKHUPUrA - GUJrANWALA rOAd SCOPE: Sheikhupura to Gujranwala road is 45 km in length. The project road starts at end of flyover ramp over Motorway M-2 near Sheikhupura city ends at flyover crossing (GT road crossing) near Gujranwala city. a) To dualize and improve the existing roads included in Packages I & II as divided 2-lane road with median and shoulders b) Strengthen the road pavement structure to sustain heavy loads c) Checking and verification of conditions of existing bridges and culverts d) Improvement of Geometrics of alignment, where required, conditions are improved to cope with horizontal & vertical clearances, improvement of the horizontal curves, stopping and passing sight distances, steep grades and sharp curves to comply highway standards e) Improvement of traveling conditions to ensure design speed of 100 km/hour for rural areas and 70 km/hour for urban areas EIA EXPERIENCE COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 54. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 51 CliEnt/loCation: induS hoSPital/korangi CroSSing PrOJECT: ENvIrONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF 132 Kv SUPPLY LINE SCOPE: The Indus Hospital Expansion project is in progress which envisages higher demand for electricity to run its various facilities. The proposed 132 kv Supply Line for Indus Hospital Korangi has been planned to meet the demands. The Expansion will require ca 8MW for Phase I which is foreseen to be operational in the year 2018 and around year 2025 ca 16MW will be needed when Phase III of The Indus Hospital Master Plan will e operational. The Indus Hospital facilities, which will be supplied from existing 132 kv KE PrL Grid Station, via underground 132 kv cable. The proposed 132 kv Supply Line for The Indus Hospital includes: • Addition of a 132 kv HIS Line Bay at KE PrL Grid Station • Underground Transmission Line between KE PrL Grid Station and the proposed Indus Hospital’s Grid Station • Construction of a dedicated 132 kv GIS Grid Station at The Indus Hospital CliEnt/loCation: SiddiqSonS EnErgy limitEd/Port qaSim, karaChi PrOJECT: ENvIrONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF 350MW COAL POWEr PLANT PrOJECT SCOPE: The project includes a completely developed project including the engineering, design, procurement, construction, commissioning and operation of the plant, including a pulverized coal (PC) generating plant, supercritical therma cycle, once through sea-water cooling, single concrete chimney, air and water quality controls (fabric filter baghouse and seawater flue gas desulfurization (FGd) system), coal truck unloading and coal storage facilities, ash disposal, balance-of-plant equipment including all buildings and internal roads to provide a complete power generation facility. CliEnt/loCation: CrEEk dEvEloPErS Pvt limitEd/zulfiqar StrEEt no.1, oPPoSitE dha Country & golf Club, PhaSE-viii, dha, karaChi PrOJECT: ENvIrONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF THE ArKAdIANS SCOPE: The Arkadians comprises 13 residential towers (32 and 24 storey high), six office enclaves and a shopping mall in Zone G of the Waterfront development Area. This high-end development spanning over an area of 43.24 acres comprises of high-rise to mid-rise residential towers, office towers and a retail component supported with high-quality infrastructure, ample car parking and recreational facilities. EIA EXPERIENCE COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 55. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 52 CliEnt/loCation: bahria toWn (Pvt) limitEd/taluka naWabShah, diStriCt ShahEEd bEnazirabad PrOJECT: ENvIrONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF BAHrIA GArdEN CITY SCOPE: Bahria Garden City Nawabshah Project is a well planned project. The proposed project has residential and commercial plots catering for different needs of different classes of people. The residents would have state of art facilities such as parks, school, hospital, sports grounds mixed with open spaces, public buildings, roads and parking etc. The project is proposed to have 1199 residential and 125 commercial plots and 52 one bedded & 668 two bedded Apartments of different sizes. CliEnt/loCation: PakiStan atomiC EnErgy CommiSSion (PaEC)/ParadiSE Point, karaChi PrOJECT: ENvIrONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF OF K-2/K-3 PrOJECT SCOPE: The Karachi Nuclear Power Project(K-2/K-3) to be installed near Paradise Point has two Generation-III NPPs of Pressurized Water reactor (PWr) type each having capacity of 1100MW. The two NPPs are expected to be connected with the National Grid by 2020/2021. Some of the important design features of K-2/K-3 NPPs are: • Seismic design against peak ground acceleration of 0.3g • Combination of active and passive safety design features • Integrated feedback of Fukushima accident • double shell reactor containment building with enlarged free volume • defence against large commercial aircraft crash The main building/civil structures of the plant are given below: • reactor Building • Fuel Building • Electrical Building • Safeguard Building • Nuclear Auxiliary Building • Turbine Building • Nuclear Waste Building • diesel Gnerator Building • Turbine Building • 500kv and 132kv GIS Building • Switchyard Control Building • demineralized Water Building EIA EXPERIENCE COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 56. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 53 CliEnt/loCation: gWadar Port authority/gWadar Port PrOJECT: ENvIrONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF GWAdAr POrT EASTBAY EXPrESSWAY SCOPE: The 4.3 km Expressway will be constructed along the castline having a road of 6 lanes of 45 meter right of Way (roW). The proposed expressway is dedicated for the operations of heavy cargo traffic of Gwadar Port. The route of the expressway will be enclosed and connected with the Free Zone of Gwadar Port. The proposed project will integrate Gwadar Port with Makran Coastal Highway and connects the Free Trade Zone with Future Conatiner Terminal. CliEnt/loCation: aWan trading Co. Pvt limitEd/karaChi Port truSt, karaChi PrOJECT: ENvIrONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF KPT COAL YArd SCOPE: KPT Coal Yard is mainly a storage and handling facility. Coal handled at the yard is imported coal. It is imported via vessels which berthed at Karachi Port Berths. Coal will be transported from the vessels via trucks and stored in the project site in the form of heaps which are created via bucket loaders. during storage, coal will be wetted through seawater to avoid spontaneous combustion and coal dust emissions. After storage, coal will be dispatched through trucks covered with Tarpaulin to the customers CliEnt/loCation: Sindh Coal authority, govErnmEnt of Sindh/thar Coal bloCk-ii PrOJECT: ENvIrONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF 50 CUSEC drAINAGE LINE SCOPE: The project involves construction of an integrated effluent disposal pipeline; it outlines the laying of a 1.2m diameter pipeline with an approximate length of 37.5 km from Thar coal block-II. The proposed facilities would have the capacity of transporting approximately 50 cusecs of effluent water. This effluent consists of groundwater extracted during mining and does not contain impurities due to anthropogenic activities CliEnt/loCation: bahria toWn PrivatE ltd/9 km from toll Plaza, SuPEr highWay, mda SECtor 117-118, diStriCt malir, karaChi PrOJECT: ENvIrONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF INFrASTrUCTUrE dEvELOPMENT FOr BAHrIA TOWN KArACHI SCOPE: The project site is situated around 9 km from the Toll Plaza, Super Highway, MdA Sector 117-118, district Malir Karachi and 40 km from the city centre. The project site is approximately 6,200 acres in area and will accommodate around 450,000 residents. The project constitutes the following major components: • Master-planned Gated Community • Advanced Security & rescue Services • 5-star International Hotel & USGA standard 18 hole Golf Course EIA EXPERIENCE COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 57. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 54 • Commercial Areas • Gold-Class Cinemas • State-of-the-art Sports Facilities • World-class School, College and International University • International standard Hospital • International Theme Park, Play-land and Water rides • Wonders of the world monuments (Eiffel Tower, Taj Mahal and Statue of Liberty) • Jamia Mosque • High-rise Commercials • Lakes • Zoo & Botanical Garden • 400ft Wide Jinnah Avenue • Landscaped Parks CliEnt/loCation: karaChi mEtroPolitan CorPoration/bahria toWn to toWEr (bluE linE), karaChi PrOJECT: ENvIrONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF PrOPOSEd BUS rAPId TrANSIT PrOJECT SCOPE: The project comprises construction and operation of BrT (Blue Line) which will connect Bahria Town to M.W. Tower. The main route of BrT passes through 27.4 km corridor along existing M-9 from its commencement point in Bahria Town up to Sohrab Goth. The rest 14.5km is planned within center median along Shahrah-e- Pakistan, S. M. Toufeeq road, Jahangir road and M.A. Jinnah road up to M.W. Tower. The total main route length along main alignment is 41.9 km. While, the link route of BrT facilitates linkage of Bahria Town with Quaid-e-Azam International Airport. The link alignment also intersects with BrT red Line at Malir Cantt. Check post No. 6. The total link route length is 11.5 km, from its origin at Karachi Airport to termination point at Super Highway, where it meets Blue Line main alignment. CliEnt/loCation: dha – brEntWood Pvt. ltd/Sahil avEnuE, Clifton, karaChi PrOJECT: ENvIrONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF “THE SHOrE” SCOPE: The proposed project is located at Sahil Avenue on two plots a high-rise development comprising five towers. There is 60 feet wide Khayaban-e-Iqbal between two plots i.e. East Wing and West Wing. East Wing Plot area measuring 11220.32 Sq.yds entailing construction of two 24 storey residential and one 20 storey office tower and West Wing Plot area measuring 11426.40 Sq.yds where another 24 storey residential towers will be constructed, each tower having a mall and recreational area on G, 1st and 2nd Floors EIA EXPERIENCE COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 58. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 55 CliEnt/loCation: gEtz Pharma (Pvt) ltd/korangi induStrial arEa PrOJECT: ENvIrONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OFPrOPOSEd GETZ PHArMA UNIT II PrOJECT SCOPE: The proposed project comprises of construction of a best-in-class facility for secondary manufacturing of multi dosage forms. The proposed facility will have separate buildings for the manufacturing of: • Solid & Liquid dose Products • Injectables • Metered dose Inhalers • Penicillin Products • Cephalosporin Products CliEnt/loCation: oil & gaS dEvEloPmEnt ComPany ltd (ogdCl)/kyhbEr PakhtunkhWa PrOJECT: ENvIrONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OFNASHAP dEvELOPMENT PrOJECT: CHANdA MELA & NASHPA dEvELOPMENT & PrOdUCTION LEASES (d & PLS) SCOPE: The proroject would span over three functionally distinct phases based on the nature of activities: Phase I: Separation of oil & gas including oil stabilization and dispatch facility at Mela Phase II: Construction of a trunk line for gas transportation from Mela to Nashpa Phase III: Gas Processing, LPG recovery/Extraction Plant and Allied Facilities at Nashpa Oil Field Processing of raw gas at Nashpa and separator gas at Mela would yield LPG, Sales Gas and Stabilized Condensate as final products. The anticipated production capacity at the Nashpa facility is as under: 1. 90MMSCFd (sales gas + fuel gas) 2. 16800* Barrel/day of Condensate 3. 1120 Barrel/day of NGL 4. 373 Ton/day of LPG 5. 1 Ton/day of Propane CliEnt/loCation: karaChi mEtroPolitan CorPoration (kmC)/Clifton, karaChi PrOJECT: ENvIrONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OFGrAdE SEPArATEd TrAFFIC IMPrOvEMENT PLAN FrOM PArK TOWEr INTErSECTION TO A.T. NAQvI rOUNdABOUT SCOPE: The proposed Traffic Improvement Plan Comprises: i) Flyover along 26th Street,/Shahrah-e-Firdausi providing for uninterrupted traffic movements along Sharah-e-Firdausi from dHA/Khayaban-e- Ittehad side towards A.T. Naqvi Chowk (Intersection) and onwards to Bin Qasim Park along with a direct access to the Bahria Town IconTower by means of an exclusive down ramp ii) Improved traffic management at A.T. Naqvi Chowk under the EIA EXPERIENCE COMPANYPrOFILE
  • 59. EMC PAKISTAN PvT. LTd. 56 above Flyover iii) Underpasses for entry/exit movements to/from Bahria Town Icon Tower and Clifton Funland without any interruption to the through movements on main Shahrah-e-Firdausi iv) Interchange between Shahrah-e-Iran and Shahrah-e-Firdausi near Park Towers Intersection leading to 2-Talwar Intersection. v) Other at-grade improvements for better traffic management in the entire area vi) Provision of a number of grade-separated pedestrian crossings at important locations CliEnt/loCation: k-EnErgy (Pvt) ltd, bqPS-1/Port qaSim, karaChi PrOJECT: ENvIrONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OFBIN QASIM COAL CONvErSION PrOJECT SCOPE: The Proposed Project includes conversion of two fuel oil fired boilers to coal fired boilers and installation of two new generation units at BQPS-1. In addition to the new boilers, the conversion project includes the facility for coal handling comprising the following units: • An open coal storage area surrounded by wind shield • Conveyor hopper for delivery to the fuel converted units • Coal handling covered conveyors • Coal crusher and local conveyors in the open storage area • Truck unloading system • Water treatment facilities • Condensate polishing equipment • Ash electrostatic precipitator(s) with ash handling conveyors • Bottom ash handling conveyors • Ash storage silo • Ash Pond • dust prevention, and fire monitoring and prevention facilities CliEnt/loCation: ElEngy tErminal PakiStan ltd (EtPl)/Port qaSim, karaChi PrOJECT: ENvIrONMENTAL & SOCIAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF PrOPOSEd LNG IMPOrT TErMINAL PrOJECT SCOPE: The project includes constructing and operating a Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) terminal in Port Qasim, inclusive of ship berthing and import facilities, floating storage tanks and regasification equipment. The project intends to provide facilities for receiving supplies of LNG via a conventional LNG carrier, for offloading, transfer an loading into a Floating Storage and regasification Arrangement (FSrA) which can be an FSrU, or FSU+ On Shore regasification, or FSU + on barge regasification. The FSrA will store and re-gasify the LNG and deliver the regasified liquefied natural gas (rLNG) via jetty and onshore associated facilities to the gas network operated by the in country EIA EXPERIENCE COMPANYPrOFILE