Form-2
APPLICATION FOR PRIOR ENVIRONMENTAL CLEARANCE
S. No.Item Details
1.
Whether it is a violation case and application is being submitted under Notification No. S.O.804(E) dated 14.03.2017 ? No
Details of Project:
(a)Name of the project(s) M/s. Apicore Pharmaceuticals Private Limited
(b)Name of the Company / Organisation M/S. APICORE PHARMACEUTICALS PRIVATE LIMITED
(c)Registered Address Block No. 252-253, Village: Dhobikuwa, Opposite jain irrigation, Padra-Jambusar Road, Taluka-Padra, District- Vadodara,,Vadodara,Gujarat-391440
(d)Legal Status of the Company Private
(e)Joint Venture No
2.
Address for the correspondence:
(a)Name of the Applicant Maulik Rajnikant Suthar
(b)Designation (Owner/ Partner/ CEO) AuthorizedSignatory
(c)Address Block No. 252-253, Village Dhobikuwa, Opposite Jain Irrigation, Padra-Jambusar Road, Taluka-Padra, District-Vadodara,,Padra,Vadodara,Gujarat-391440
(d)Pin code 391440
(e)E-mail maulik.suthar@apicore.com
(f)STD Code. 2662(f)Telephone No. 267156
(g)Fax No.
(h)Copy of documents in support of the competence/authority of the person making this application to make application on behalf of the User Agency . Annexure-Uploaded Copy of documents in support of the competence/authority
3.
Category of the Project/Activity as per Schedule of EIA Notification,2006:
(a)Project/Activity5(f) Synthetic organic chemicals industry (dyes & dye intermediates; bulk
(b)Category A
(c)Proposal Number IA/GJ/IND2/127500/2007
(d)Master Proposal Number(Single Window) SW/127296/2019
(e)EAC concerned (for category A Projects only) Industrial Projects - 2
(f)Project Type Expansion
4.
Location of the Project:
(a)Plot/Survey/Khasra No. Block No. 252-253, Village: Dhobikuwa, Opposite Ja
(b)Pincode 391440
(c)Bounded Latitudes (North) FROM 22.226047 To 22.226556
(d)Bounded Longitudes (East) FROM 72.997767 To 73.000933
(e)Survey of India Topo Sheet No. 46 B/15, 46 B/16, 46 F/3 and 46 F/4
(f)Uploaded Topo Sheet File Copy of Topo Sheet File
(g)Maximum Elevation Above Means Sea Level(AMSL) 30
(h)Uploaded (kml) File Copy of Kml File      
(i)Distance of Nearest HFL from the project boundary within the study area 0
(j)Seismic Zone 3
5.
(a)Number of States in which Project will be Executed 1
(b)Main State of the project Gujarat
Details of State(s) of the project
S. No. State Name District Name Tehsil Name Village Name
(1.)GujaratVadodaraPadraDhobikuwa
6.
Details of Terms of Reference (ToR)/EC:
(a)MoEF&CC / SEIAA File Number J-11011/454/2007-IA-II(I)
(c)Date of Issue of TOR 06 Sep 2007
(f)Previous TOR Letter Copy of Previous TOR letter
(b)Date of Apply of EC 14 Dec 2019
(c)Date of Issue of EC 18 Jun 2020
(d)Previous EC Letter Copy of Previous EC letter
7.
Details of Public Consultation:
(a)Whether the Project Exempted from Public Hearing?No
(b)Whether details of Public Hearing available? Yes
(c)Whether Public hearing was presided over by an officer of the rank of Additional District Magistrate or above Yes
     7.1.       Details of Public Hearing
S. No.Details of Advertisement Details of Public Hearing Venue Location DetailsNo. of People AttendedIssues RaisedDesignation of Presiding OfficerOther Designation of Presiding Officer
(1.)
Date of Advertisement :12 Oct 2019
Copy of advertisement :Copy of Advertisement
Copy of Public Hearing :Copy of Public Hearing
Date :15 Nov 2019
Distance of Public Hearing Venue from the Proposed Project :0
Block No. 252-253, Village: Dhobikuwa, Opposite Jain Irrigation, Padra-Jambusar Road, Taluka: Padra, District- Vadodara.
State :Gujarat
District :Vadodara
Tehsil :Padra
Village :Dhobikuwa
260Issues raised were implementation of padra policy, employment to locals, installation of rain water harvesting system in nearby villages, etc. People have appraised the CSR work done and jobs to localOthersResident Additional District Collector & Additional District Magistrate
8.
Details of Project Configuration/Product:
Details Not Applicable
9.
In case of Expansion / Modernisation / One Time Capacity Expansion (only for Coal Mining) / Expansion under Clause 7(ii) / Modernisation under Clause 7(ii) / Change of Product Mix under Clause 7(ii):
(a)Details of certified report on compliance of earlier environmental clearance condition
(i)Certified Compliance By Regional
(ii)Details of Regional Office of MoEFCC / Zonal Office of CPCB / SPCB / UTPCC from which certified report on Bhopal
(iii)Letter No. 5-130/2008(ENV)/1539
(iv)Status of Compliance Compiled
(v)Certified report on compliance of earlier environmental clearance conditions (Including Monitoring Report) Copy of Certified Compliance Report
(vi)Date of site visit Nov 13 2017 12:00AM
(b)Details of Capacity Expansion
S. No.Product/Activity (Capacity/Area)Quantity FromQuantity ToTotal UnitOther UnitMode of Transport / Transmission of ProductOther Mode of Transport / Transmission of Product
(1.)Alcaftadine00.02040.0204Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(2.)Cangrelor00.02040.0204Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(3.)Cetrolix Acetate00.02040.0204Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(4.)Dydrogesterone00.02040.0204Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(5.)Eribulin Mesylate00.02040.0204Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(6.)Everolimus00.02040.0204Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(7.)Fingolimod Hydrochloride00.02040.0204Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(8.)Lanreotide00.02040.0204Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(9.)Metyrosine00.02040.0204Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(10.)Riociguat00.02040.0204Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(11.)Tigecycline00.02040.0204Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(12.)Thiotepa00.02040.0204Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(13.)Ambrisentan00.099840.09984Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(14.)Cabergoline0.05040.049440.09984Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(15.)Pasireotide00.02040.0204Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(16.)Decitabine00.099840.09984Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(17.)Eligustat Tartrate00.099840.09984Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(18.)Ferric Gluconate Complex00.099840.09984Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(19.)Ixazomib00.099840.09984Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(20.)Nitisinone00.099840.09984Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(21.)Perampanel00.099840.09984Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(22.)Iohexol00.9060.906Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(23.)Tolvaptan00.099840.09984Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(24.)Bepotastine Besilate00.4440.444Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(25.)Busulfan00.4440.444Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(26.)Conivaptan00.4440.444Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(27.)Fusafungine00.4440.444Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(28.)Delamanid00.02040.0204Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(29.)Fludrocortisone Acetate00.4440.444Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(30.)Frovatriptan Succinate Monohydrate00.4440.444Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(31.)Methylene Blue00.4440.444Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(32.)Octreotide00.4440.444Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(33.)Selexipag - Mannitol Premix00.4440.444Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(34.)Telavancin Hydrochloride00.4440.444Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(35.)Tetrabenazine00.4440.444Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(36.)Triptorelin Pamoate00.4440.444Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(37.)Bezedoxifine Acetate00.9060.906Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(38.)Degarelix Acetate00.9060.906Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(39.)Felbamate3.9996-3.09360.9060000000000001Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(40.)Gadoterate Meglumine00.9060.906Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(41.)Gadoteridol00.9060.906Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(42.)LRG Side Chain00.9060.906Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(43.)Phentolamine Mesylate00.9060.906Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(44.)Pomalidomide00.9060.906Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(45.)Regadenoson00.9060.906Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(46.)Dapagliflozin02.36162.3616Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(47.)Dimetindene Maleate02.36162.3616Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(48.)Empagliflozin02.36162.3616Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(49.)Ethacrynic Acid02.36162.3616Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(50.)Flibanserin02.36162.3616Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(51.)Fomepizole0.05042.31122.3616Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(52.)Macitentan02.36162.3616Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(53.)Micafungin Sodium02.36162.3616Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(54.)Ponatinib Hydrochloride02.36162.3616Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(55.)Sapropterin Dihydrochloride02.36162.3616Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(56.)Aprmilast06.2166.216Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(57.)Atomoxetine Hydrochloride06.2166.216Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(58.)Disulfiram06.2166.216Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(59.)Droxidopa06.2166.216Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(60.)Ethacrynate Sodium06.2166.216Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(61.)Flucytosine06.2166.216Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(62.)Miglustat06.2166.216Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(63.)Rufinamide06.2166.216Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(64.)Rotigotine06.2166.216Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(65.)Safinamide Mesylate06.2166.216Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(66.)Saxagliptin Monohydrate06.2166.216Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(67.)Sodium Nitroprusside06.2166.216Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(68.)Sugammadex Sodium06.2166.216Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(69.)Valbenazine Tosylate06.2166.216Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(70.)Barium Sulfate010.3210.32Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(71.)Dimethyl Fumarate010.3210.32Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(72.)Molindone Hydrochloride0.1510.1710.32Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(73.)Voriconazole010.3210.32Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(74.)Vortioxetine HCl Propylene Glycol Solvate010.3210.32Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(75.)Atenlolol30-300Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(76.)Letrozole0.0204-0.02040Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(77.)Protriptyline Hydrochloride0.0996-0.09960Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(78.)Ganirelix Acetate00.02040.0204Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(79.)Ferumoxytol00.02040.0204Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(80.)Lubiprostone00.02040.0204Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(81.)Tiotropium Bromide Monohydrate00.02040.0204Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(82.)Trabectedin00.02040.0204Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(83.)Vandetanib00.02040.0204Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(84.)Alosetron Hydrochloride00.099840.09984Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(85.)Sincalide00.02040.0204Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(86.)Bedaquiline Fumarate00.099840.09984Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(87.)Deutetrabenazine00.099840.09984Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(88.)Granisetron Hydrochloride0.03840.061440.09984Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(89.)Ferric Pyrophosphate Citrate00.099840.09984Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(90.)Lenalidomide00.099840.09984Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(91.)Primaquine Phosphate00.099840.09984Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(92.)Rucaparib Camsylate00.099840.09984Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(93.)Anidulafungin00.4440.444Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(94.)Azacitidine00.4440.444Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(95.)Bexarotene00.4440.444Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(96.)Bortezomib00.4440.444Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(97.)Carglumic Acid00.4440.444Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(98.)Clofarabine00.4440.444Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(99.)Diflunisal00.4440.444Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(100.)Iodixanol00.4440.444Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(101.)Pantoprazole00.4440.444Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(102.)Procarbazine00.4440.444Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(103.)5 - Aminoleuvilinic Acid HCl00.9060.906Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(104.)Alectinib Hydrochloride00.9060.906Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(105.)Bromfenac Sodium00.9060.906Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(106.)Dalbavancin Hydrochloride00.9060.906Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(107.)Iloperidone00.9060.906Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(108.)Iopamidol00.9060.906Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(109.)Leuprolide Acetate00.9060.906Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(110.)Bedaquiline02.36162.3616Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(111.)Canagliflozin02.36162.3616Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(112.)Dacarbazine02.36162.3616Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(113.)Ferric Carboxymaltose02.36162.3616Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(114.)Lanthanum Carbonate02.36162.3616Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(115.)Olanzapine02.36162.3616Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(116.)Proglumetacine02.36162.3616Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(117.)Pyrimethamine02.36162.3616Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(118.)Brinzolamide06.2166.216Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(119.)Brivaracetam06.2166.216Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(120.)Isosulfan Blue06.2166.216Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(121.)Liraglutide06.2166.216Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(122.)Mafenide Acetate06.2166.216Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(123.)Netupitant06.2166.216Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(124.)Penicillamine06.2166.216Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(125.)Pentason Polysulfate06.2166.216Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(126.)R&D Batches/Pilot Plant Batches/ Dvlp. Batches06.2166.216Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(127.)Azathioprine010.3210.32Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(128.)Cevimeline Hydrochloride010.3210.32Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(129.)Colestipol Hydrochloride povidone premix010.3210.32Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(130.)Cyclophosphamide Monohydrate010.3210.32Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(131.)Nadolol010.3210.32Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(132.)Anastrazole0.0396-0.03960Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(133.)Carfilzomib00.099840.09984Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(134.)Teriparatide00.099840.09984Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(135.)Azapentacene00.4440.444Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(136.)Misoprostol00.4440.444Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(137.)Gadofosveset Sodium00.9060.906Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(138.)Gadobutrol02.36162.3616Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(139.)Trientine Hydrochloride06.2166.216Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(140.)Zileuton010.3210.32Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(141.)Gemcitabine0.2004-0.20040Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(142.)Phenoxybenzamine Hydrochloride0.15-0.150Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(143.)Verteporfin00.02040.0204Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(144.)Midostaurin00.4440.444Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(145.)Gadobenate Dimeglumine00.9060.906Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(146.)Linaclotide00.9060.906Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(147.)Metaxalone00.9060.906Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(148.)Plerixafor00.9060.906Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(149.)Mifepristone02.36162.3616Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(150.)Perphenazine06.2166.216Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(151.)Alendronate Sodium5.0004-5.00040Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(152.)Meprobamate5.0004-5.00040Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(153.)Onedenstron Hydrochloride1.95-1.950Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(154.)Quetiapine Fumarate1.2-1.20Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(155.)Trifluridine0.0504-0.05040Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(156.)Venlafaxine Hydrochloride12-120Tons per Annum(TPA)Road
(c)Details of Configuration
S. No.Plant / Equipment / Facility Existing ConfigurationProposed ConfigurationFinal configuration after expansionRemarks
(1.)Cooling Tower (TR)--100 x 1 No. + 400 x 1 No.100 x 1 No. + 400 x 1 No.
(2.)MSGL Reactor6.3 KL x 1 No. + 0.1 KL x 1 No.6.3 KL x 3 Nos.6.3 KL x 4 Nos. + 0.1 KL x 1 No.
(3.)SS Reactor3 KL x 1 No. + 0.45 KL x 1 No.--3 KL x 1 No. + 0.45 KL x 1 No.
(4.)Halar Coated PNF250 L x 1 No.600 L x 1 No.250 L x 1 No. + 600 L x 1 No.
(5.)SS Sifter30” x 1 No. + 20” x 1 No.60” x 1 No.30” x 1 No. + 20” x 1 No. + 60” x 1 No.
(6.)SS Receiver2 KL x 1 No. + + 0.05 KL x 1 No.--2 KL x 1 No. + + 0.05 KL x 1 No.
(7.)SS Addition Receiver0.2 KL x 1 No. + 0.25 KL x 1 No.--0.2 KL x 1 No. + 0.25 KL x 1 No.
(8.)SS Addition Receiver0.5 KL x 2 Nos.0.5 KL x 3 Nos.0.5 KL x 5 Nos.
(9.)SS Jet Mill200 model x 1 No.--200 model x 1 No.
(10.)SS Receiver jacketed2 KL x 1 No. + 3 KL x 1 No.--2 KL x 1 No. + 3 KL x 1 No.
(11.)SS Nutsche Filter200 L x 2 Nos. + 600 L x 1 No.--200 L x 2 Nos. + 600 L x 1 No.
(12.)Rapid Mixer Granulation120 kg x 1 No.--120 kg x 1 No.
(13.)Cooling Tower (TR)200 x 2 Nos. + 300 x 1 No.300 x 2 Nos.200 x 2 Nos. + 300 x 3 No.
(14.)SS VTD6 Trays x 1 No. + 24 Trays x 1 No.--6 Trays x 1 No. + 24 Trays x 1 No.
(15.)SS Receiver0.25 KL x 6 Nos.--0.25 KL x 6 Nos.
(16.)SS Receiver jacketed0.25 KL x 1 No.--0.25 KL x 1 No.
(17.)MSGL receiver0.1 KL x 1 No.--0.1 KL x 1 No.
(18.)SS Centrifuge36” x 2 Nos. + 48” x 1 No. + 14” x 1 No.--36” x 2 Nos. + 48” x 1 No. + 14” x 1 No.
(19.)PPFRP Receiver--3 KL x 1 No.3 KL x 1 No.
(20.)Boiler (TPH)1.0 x 1 No.2.0 x 1 No.1.0 x 1 Nos. + 2.0 x 1 No.
(21.)MSGL Reactor3 KL x 4 Nos.3 KL x 1 No.3 KL x 5 Nos.
(22.)MSGL Reactor0.25 KL x 1 No. + 4 KL x 1 No.4 KL x 1 No.0.25 KL x 1 No. + 4 KL x 2 Nos.
(23.)SS Reactor4 KL x 1 No. + 2 KL x 2 Nos. +4 KL x 2 Nos. + 2 KL x 1 No.4 KL x 3 Nos. + 2 KL x 3 Nos.
(24.)SS Reactor0.25 KL x 1 No.6 KL x 2 Nos.0.25 KL x 1 No. + 6 KL x 2 Nos.
(25.)SS ANFD1.8 KL x 1 No.2 KL x 1 No.1.8 KL x 1 No. + 2 KL x 1 No.
(26.)Halar Coated Centrifuge36” x 1 No.48” x 1 No.36” x 1 No. + 48” x 1 No.
(27.)SS VTD48 Trays x 2 Nos.48 Trays x 2 Nos.48 Trays x 4 Nos.
(28.)SS Multi mill50 kg/h x 2 Nos. + 100 kg/h x 1 No.--50 kg/h x 2 Nos. + 100 kg/h x 1 No.
(29.)SS Multi mill--200 kg/h x 1 No.200 kg/h x 1 No.
(30.)SS Sparkler Filter14” x 1 No. + 8” x 1 No.--14” x 1 No. + 8” x 1 No.
(31.)SS Sparkler Filter18” x 1 No.18” x 1 No.18” x 2 Nos.
(32.)SS Receiver3 KL x 3 Nos.3 KL x 3 Nos.3 KL x 6 Nos.
(33.)MSGL Addition Receiver0.25 KL x 1 No. + 0.1 KL x 1 No.0.25 KL x 1 No.0.25 KL x 2 Nos. + 0.1 KL x 1 No.
(34.)MSGL Addition Receiver--0.5 KL x 2 Nos.0.5 KL x 2 Nos.
(35.)SS Air Tray Dryer96 Trays x 1 No. + 48 Trays x 1 No.--96 Trays x 1 No. + 48 Trays x 1 No.
(36.)SS Fluid Bed Dryer250 kg x 1 No.--250 kg x 1 No.
(37.)SS Addition Receiver jacketed0.25 KL x 1 No.--0.25 KL x 1 No.
(38.)SS Autoclave100 L x 1 No.--100 L x 1 No.
(39.)SS RVPD--2 KL x 1 No. + 1 KL x 1 No.2 KL x 1 No. + 1 KL x 1 No.
(40.)GL RCVD--600 L x 1 No.600 L x 1 No.
(41.)MS Receiver0.1 KL x 1 No.--0.1 KL x 1 No.
(42.)SS Nutsche Filter325 L x 1 No. + 10 L x 1 No. + 100 L x 1 No.--325 L x 1 No. + 10 L x 1 No. + 100 L x 1 No.
(43.)SS Tray Dryer24 Trays + 1 No.--24 Trays + 1 No.
(44.)DG Set (kVA)125 × 1 No.750 × 1 No.125 × 1 No + 750 × 1 No.
9.1.
Details of Consent to Operate
(i)Whether Consent to operate obtained ? NA
(ii)Copies of all Consent to operate obtained since inception NA
(iii)Date of Issue 01 Oct 2018
(iv)Valid Upto 30 Jun 2023
(v)File No. GPCB/CCA-VARD-1006(6)/ID-24999/474445
(vi)Application No. AWH-96180
(vii)Copy of Consent to operate valid as on date Copy of Consent to Operate
10.
Project Cost:
(a)Total Cost of the Project at current price level (in Crores) 8.885
(b) Funds Allocated for Environment Management (Capital) (in Crores) 0.635
(c) Funds Allocated Towards CER (Corporate Environment Responsibility) (in Crores) 0.0889
(d) Funds Allocated for Environment Management Plan (EMP) (Recurring per Annum) (in Crores) 0.145
11.
Whether project attracts the General Condition specified in the Schedule of EIA Notification ? No
12.
Whether project attract the Specific Condition specified in the Schedule of EIA Notification ? No
13.
Raw Material / Fuel Requirement:
(a)Proposed quantity of raw material/fuel 18
(b)Existing quantity of raw material/fuel 18
(c)Total quantity of raw material/fuel 36
    13.1.        Raw Material / Fuel Profile
S. No.Raw Material / Fuel QuantityUnitOther UnitSource (incase of Import. please specify country and Name of the port from which Raw Material / Fuel is received )Mode of TransportOther Mode of TransportDistance of Source from Project Site (in Kilometres) (In case of import, distance from the port from which the raw material / fuel is received)Type of Linkage Other Type of Linkage Uploaded Copy of Linkage
(1.)Formic Acid10.20Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(2.)Acetonitrile17.65Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(3.)Acetone121.62Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(4.)Sulfuric Acid2.1Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(5.)Triethylamine0.77Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(6.)Potassium Hydroxide0.28Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(7.)Titanium Tetra Chloride1.8Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(8.)Cyclohexane0.11Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(9.)Hexane4088.9Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(10.)Methanol305.32Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(11.)Iso propyl alcohol61.1Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(12.)Epichlorohydrin7.34Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(13.)Acetic anhydride0.18Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(14.)Methylamine0.94Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(15.)Hydrochloric Acid15.19Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(16.)Phenol0.11Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(17.)Dimethylsulphate26.29Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(18.)Formic Acid 85%0.08Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(19.)Nitrogen Gas4.53Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(20.)Dichloro phenol12.75Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(21.)Tetra hydrofuran0.48Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(22.)Sulphur Trioxide0.06Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(23.)Alluminium chloride29.93Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(24.)LDO36Kilo Litre per DayLocal vendorsRoad100 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(25.)Acetic Acid2.89Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(26.)Ethylene Di Chloride4.28Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(27.)Raney- Ni0.3Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(28.)Chloroform0.02Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(29.)Iodine25.5Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(30.)Tertiary butanol0.45Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(31.)Bromine0.14Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(32.)Thionyl chloride117.38Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(33.)Chloro Sulfonic acid0.36Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(34.)Sodium hydroxide21.91Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(35.)Hydrogen Sulphide1.98Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(36.)N,N - Dimethyl Aniline0.02Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(37.)Ethyl Acetate10.97Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(38.)Pyridine1.37Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(39.)Acetaldehyde8.12Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(40.)HSD Fuel1.57Kilo Litre per DayLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(41.)Toluene112.36Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(42.)Dichloromethane (DCM)146.15Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(43.)Ethanol212.83Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(44.)Methyl ethyl Ketone160.55Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(45.)Hydrogen Peroxide0.12Tons per AnnumLocal vendorsRoad150 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
14.
Baseline Data :
(a)Period of Base Line Data Collection FROM 10 Dec 2018 To 11 Mar 2019
(b)Season Winter
    14.1.     No. of ambient Air Quality (AAQ) monitoring locations : 9
S. No.Criteria Pollutants Other Criteria PollutantsUnitMaximum ValueMinimum Value98 Percentile ValuePrescribed Standard
(1.)SO2Micro Gram per Meter Cube20.5911.3520.5080
(2.)OthersVOCNA1.000.101.00--
(3.)PM2.5Micro Gram per Meter Cube43.8931.0643.6460
(4.)NOxMicro Gram per Meter Cube23.6713.0523.5780
(5.)PM10Micro Gram per Meter Cube91.4364.7190.91100
    14.2.     No. of Ground Water monitoring locations : 8
S. No.Criteria Pollutants Other Criteria PollutantsHeavy MetalUnitOther UnitMaximum ValueMinimum ValueDesirable LimitMaximum Permissible Limit
(1.)Total Hardnessmg/l512192.5200600
(2.)Chloridesmg/l566.8100.32501000
(3.)Fluoridemg/l0000
(4.)Heavy MetalsLeadmg/l000.010.01
(5.)OthersDOmg/l4.413.7000
(6.)TSSmg/l12800
(7.)Heavy Metalszincmg/l00515
(8.)pHNA7.807.186.58.5
(9.)TDSmg/l10603085002000
    14.3.     No. of Surface Water monitoring locations : 7
S. No.Criteria Pollutants Other Criteria PollutantsUnitOther UnitMaximum ValueMinimum ValueClassification of inland water body
(1.)BODmg/l2.41.5C
(2.)DOmg/l5.83.6E
(3.)pHNA7.57E
(4.)CODmg/l122.312E
    14.4.     No. of Ambient Noise monitoring locations : 8
S. No.Parameter UnitMaximum ValueMinimum ValuePrescribed Standard
(1.)Leq(Day)A-weighted decibels(dB(A))61.851.375
(2.)Leq(Night)A-weighted decibels(dB(A))55.741.970
    14.5.     No. of Soil Sample Monitored locations : 8
S. No.Parameter UnitOther UnitMaximum ValueMinimum Value
(1.)pH7.87.2
(2.)P(Phosphorus)Milligram per Kilogram4.21.3
(3.)K(Potassium)Milligram per Kilogram29.115.1
(4.)Electric ConductivityMillisiemens per Centimetre780.0380.0
(5.)N(Nitrogen)Kilogram per hectare00
14.6.
Details of Ground Water Table:
(a)Range of Water Table Pre-Monsoon Season (Meters Below Ground Level (m bgl)) From 20 To 40
(b)Range of Water Table Post-Monsoon Season (Meters Below Ground Level (m bgl)) From 10 To 20
(c)Whether Ground Water Intersection will be there ? Yes
(d)Upload Copy of Central Ground Water Authority Letter Copy of Central Ground Water Authority Letter
(e)Letter No. CGWA/NOC/IND/ORIG/2016/2376
(f)Date of Issue 27 Dec 2016
     15.      Details of Water Requirement (During Operation)
S. No.Source Source Other Required Quantity (Kilolitre per Day (Kld))Distance from SourceCopy of Permission from Competent Authority Mode of TransportOther Mode of TransportMethod of Water WithdrawalOther Method of Water WithdrawalLetter No.Date of IssuePermitted Quantity
(1.)GroundWater143.50Copy of Permission LetterPipelineOthersBorewellCGWA/NOC/IND/ORIG/2016/237627 Dec 201665
15.1.
(a)Whether Desalination is proposed No
    16.       Waste Water Management(During Operation)
S. No.Type/Source Quantity of Waste Water Generated (Kilolitre per Day)Treatment Capacity (Kilolitre per Day) Treatment MethodMode of DisposalOther Mode of DisposalQuantity of Treated Water Used in Recycling/Reuse (Kilolitre per Day)Quantity of Discharged Water (Kilolitre per Day)
(1.)Industrial7475Primary & SecondaryOthersTo CETP074
(2.)Domestic3.53.5soak pitOthersSoak Pit03.5
16.1.
(a)Total Waste Water Generation (Kilolitre per Day) 77.5
(b)Total Discharged Water (Kilolitre per Day) 77.5
(c)Total Reused Water (Kilolitre per Day) 0
    17.       Solid Waste Generation/Management
S. No.Name of Waste Item Other ItemQuantity per AnnumUnitDistance from Site(KM)Mode of TransportOther Mode of TransportMode of DisposalOther Mode of Disposal
(1.)Packing materials/bags/papersHazardous Waste (as per Hazardous and Other Waste Management rules 2016)15.6Tons0RoadOthersdecontamination within premises
(2.)Sodium SulfateIndustrial Waste15.66Tons35RoadTreatment, Storage and Disposal Facility(TSDF)
(3.)Other Soild WasteIndustrial Waste39Tons35RoadTreatment, Storage and Disposal Facility(TSDF)
(4.)Spent Catalyst/ Spent CarbonHazardous Waste (as per Hazardous and Other Waste Management rules 2016)127.69Tons94RoadOthersDisposal at co processing/ incineration at CHWIF
(5.)Spent Mother LiquorHazardous Waste (as per Hazardous and Other Waste Management rules 2016)28.56Tons94RoadOthersDisposal at co processing/ incineration at CHWIF
(6.)Empty Glass BottlesHazardous Waste (as per Hazardous and Other Waste Management rules 2016)23.4Tons00RoadOthersdecontamination within premises
(7.)ETP SludgeHazardous Waste (as per Hazardous and Other Waste Management rules 2016)108Tons35RoadTreatment, Storage and Disposal Facility(TSDF)
(8.)Date Expired, discarded & off specification drugsHazardous Waste (as per Hazardous and Other Waste Management rules 2016)17.4Tons94RoadOthersDisposal at co processing/ incineration at CHWIF
(9.)Used/Spent OilHazardous Waste (as per Hazardous and Other Waste Management rules 2016)7.2Tons00RoadOthersSelling to registered re-refiner / reuse.
(10.)Residue WasteHazardous Waste (as per Hazardous and Other Waste Management rules 2016)70.56Tons94RoadOthersDisposal at co processing/ incineration at CHWIF
(11.)Off Specification ProductsHazardous Waste (as per Hazardous and Other Waste Management rules 2016)15.96Tons94RoadOthersDisposal at co processing/ incineration at CHWIF
(12.)Spent SolventsHazardous Waste (as per Hazardous and Other Waste Management rules 2016)1093.26Tons100RoadOthersTo Authorized Recycler under rule - 9
(13.)Discarded containers/drums/hard boardHazardous Waste (as per Hazardous and Other Waste Management rules 2016)31.2Tons00RoadOthersdecontamination within premises
18.
    18.1.     Air Quality Impact Prediction
S. No.Criteria Pollutants Other Criteria PollutantsUnitBaseline ConcentrationDistance GLCIncremental ConcentrationTotal GLCPrescribed Standard
(1.)PM10Microgram per Meter Cube91.437.60.0591.49100
(2.)NOxMicrogram per Meter Cube23.6700.0323.7180
(3.)Others(Specify)HClMicrogram per Meter Cube00.041.121.13--
(4.)SO2Microgram per Meter Cube20.5900.0820.6880
(5.)PM2.5Microgram per Meter Cube0000.10
    18.2.     Stack Details
S. No.Source FuelStack Height(m)Stack Diameter(m)PollutantsOther PollutantsEmission (GLS)
(1.)Boiler of 1 TPHLDO300.4PM100.30
(2.)Process Vent - 1None110.2OthersHCl0.0041
(3.)Boiler of 2 TPHLDO300.5SO20.0519
(4.)Boiler of 1 TPHLDO300.4SO20.0445
(5.)Boiler of 2 TPHLDO300.5NOx0.0213
(6.)Process Vent - 2None110.2OthersCl20.0085
(7.)Boiler of 1 TPHLDO300.4NOx0.0160
(8.)Boiler of 2 TPHLDO300.5PM100.034
(9.)Process Vent - 1None110.2OthersCl20.0082
(10.)Process Vent - 2None110.2OthersHCl0.0042
19.
Power Requirement:
(a)Quantity (Kilo Volt Amps (kVA)) 2168
(b)Source Madhya Gujarat Vij Company Limited
(c)Uploaded Copy of Agreement Copy of Agreement
(d)Standby Arrangement (Details of DG Sets) 125 kVA × 1 No + 750 kVA × 1 No
(e)Stack Height (in m) 11
20.
Land Ownership Pattern:
(a)Forest Land (ha.) 0
(b)Private Land (ha.) 3.2
(c)Government Land (ha.) 0
(d)Revenue Land (ha.) 0
(e)Other Land (ha.) 0
    Total Land (ha.) 3.2
21.
Present Land Use Breakup of the Study Area in Ha:
(a)Agriculture Area (ha.) 22639.4
(b)Waste/Barren Land (ha.) 3202.8
(c)Grazing/ Community Land (ha.) 0
(d)Surface Water Bodies (ha.) 3108.6
(e)Settlements (ha.) 1789.8
(f)Industrial (ha.) 659.4
(g)Forest (ha.) 0
(h)Mangroves (ha.) 0
(i)Marine Area (ha.) 0
(j)Others (ha.) : Others 0
    Total (ha.) 31400
    22.     Land requirement for various activities
S. No.Description of Activity / Facility / Plant / Others OthersLand Requirement (ha.)Remarks
(1.)Green belt1.12
(2.)OthersPaved and Open Area0.62
(3.)Built Up Area1.46
Total (ha.) 3.2
23.
Ecological and Environmental Sensitivity (Within 10 Km):- WLS-Wild Life Species; NPA-Notified Protected Area; ESAs-Eco Sensitive Areas; ESZs-Eco Sensitive Zones :
    23.1.     Details of Ecological Sensitivity :
S. No.Details of Ecological Sensitivity NameDistance from the Project (Km)Remarks
(1.)WLSJambughoda Wild Life Sanctuary67ENE
(2.)ESAsJambughoda Wild Life Sanctuary67ENE
(3.)NPAJambughoda Wild Life Sanctuary67ENE
(4.)ESZsThol Wildlife Sanctuary118NNW
(5.)CorridorsGir National Park236WSW
(6.)Wildlife CorridorsGir National Park236WSW
(7.)Critically Polluted AreaNandesari & PCCI Estate18.86NE
    23.2.     Details of Environmental Sensitivity :
S. No.Details of Environmental Sensitivity Other Details of Environmental Sensitivity NameDistance from the Project (Km)Remarks
(1.)Archaeological SitesFresco Rooms in Bhau Tambekar's Wada22ENE
(2.)Defence InstallationsMakarpura AFS21E
(3.)ForestShoolpaneshwar Wildlife Sanctuary88ESE
(4.)OthersNoneNone0--
23.3.
(a)Whether Noc / Permission from the competent authority is required? No
(b)Whether NBWL recommendation is required? No
24.
Forest Land:
Whether any Forest Land involved? No
25.
Tree Cutting:
(a)No. of Trees Cut for the Project (if Forest Land not Involved) 0
(b)Details of Tree Cutting and Planting of Trees Not Applicable
26.
Land Acquisition Status:
(a)Acquired Land(Ha) 3.2
(b)Land yet to be acquired(Ha) 0
(c)Status of Land acquisition if not acquired Acquired
27.
Rehabilitation and Resettlement (R&R):
(a)No. of Villages 0
(b)No. of Households 0
(c)No. of PDFs (Project Displaced Families) 0
(d)No. of PAFs (Project Affected Families) 0
(e)Funds Allocated for R&R(in INR) (in Lacs) 0
(f)Status of R&R Completed
28.
Details of Presence of Schedule-I Species:
(a)Whether there is Presence of Schedule-I Species ? Yes
(i)Details of Schedule-I Species 1. Indian Peafowl 2. Eurasian Spoonbill
(b)Whether conservation plan for Schedule-I Species has been prepared ? Yes
(i)Uploaded copy of conservation plan Copy of conservation plan
(ii)Fund Provision made Rs. 47000
(iii)Period of Implementation 1 Year
(c)Whether conservation plan for Schedule-I Species has been approved by competent authority ? No
29.
Details of Presence of Water Bodies in Core Area:
(a)Whether there is Presence of Water Bodies in Core Area ? Yes
(i)Details of Water Bodies in Core Area 1.Narmada Canal 2. Mahi River
(b)Whether there is Diversion Required ? No
(c)Whether permission has been obtained from competent authority ? No
30.
Details of Presence of Water Bodies in Buffer Area:
(a)Whether there is Presence of Water Bodies in Buffer Area ? Yes
(i)Details of Water Bodies in Buffer Area Luna Pond
(ii)Direction of Water Bodies in Buffer Area North East
(iii)Distance of Water Bodies in Buffer Area 6.3
31.
Manpower Requirement:
(a)Permanent Employment-During Construction 30
(b)Permanent Employment-During Operation 357
(c)Temporary Employment- During Construction 10
(d)Temporary Employment- During Operation 200
(e)No. of working days 365
(f)Total Manpower 597
32.
Green Belt in Ha:
(a)Uploaded Green Belt plan Copy of Green Belt Plan
S. No.Description ExistingProposedTotal
(1.)Total Area of Green Belt9200200011200
(2.)Percentage of Total Project Area28.756.2535
(3.)No. of Plants489490979
(4.)Funds Allocated15500002940001844000
    33.         Project Benefits
S. No.Type of Project Benefits Details of Project Benefits
(1.)FinancialThe proposed expansion project will provide a potential & required growth opportunity for the Company. Moreover company has strong presence with leading pharma customers locally as-well-as internationally; mainly in regulated market. Employment & trade opportunities will eventually result in appreciable economic benefits to the local people & businesses/contractors.
(2.)SocialDue to the proposed expansion in unit, there will be rise indirect employment will be generated. Direct employment shall be around 357 (247 existing and 110 proposed) personnel. Indirect employment shall be around 200 (150 existing and 50 proposed) personnel. A total amount of Rs. 8.885 Lacs would be utilized for CER a for 3 years which is 1% of proposed expansion project. For activities like promotion of Rain water harvesting system, solid hazardous waste management Facility, RO water plant, He
(3.)EnvironmentalUsing current rain harvesting system after expansion around 27.9 % of the annual fresh water requirement will be recharged. To conserve water drip irrigation system has been installed in peripheral greenbelt.
   34.   CRZ Specific Details : Not Applicable
   35.   Sector Specific Details : NOT APPLICABLE
   35.   Sector Specific Details For Industrial Projects - 2
S. No.Item Details
S. No.Item Details
36.
Details of Court Cases:
(a)Whether there is any Court Cases pending against the project and/or land in which the project is proposed to be set up ? No
37.
Details of Direction Issued under Environment (Protection) Act / Air (Prevention & Control of Pollution)) Act / Water (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act:
(a)Whether any Direction issued under EPA Act/Air Act/Water Act ? No
38.
Details of EIA Consultant:
(a)Have you hired Consultant for preparing document? Yes
(i)Accreditation No. NABET/EIA/1821/ RA 0102 valid up to December 06, 2
(ii)Name of the EIA Consultant Envision Enviro Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
(iii)Address 3rd Floor, Shri Ram Complex, Above Bank of India, Surat-Dumas Road, Piplod, Surat – 395 007, Gujarat.
(iv)Mobile No. 9428001875
(v)Landline No. 0261222300
(vi)Email Id envision.surat@gmail.com
(vii)Category of Accreditation A
(viii)Sector of Accreditation Industrial Projects - 2
(ix)Validity of Accreditation 06 Dec 2020
(x)Uploaded Certificate of Accreditation certified by QCI/NABET Copy of Certificate of Accreditation
39.
Documents to be Attached:
(a)Uploaded Copy of EIA/EMP Report Copy of EIA/EMP
Copy of EIA/EMP(Annexures)
Copy of EIA/EMP(Plans/Figures)
(b)Uploaded Copy of Risk Assessment Report Copy of Risk Assessment
(c)Uploaded Copy of Feasibility Report/ Detailed Project Report(DPR) /Detailed Engineering Report /Detailed Conceptual Plan /Approved Mining Plan Copy of Feasibility Report/ Detailed Project Report(DPR) /Detailed Engineering Report /Detailed Conceptual Plan /Approved Mining Plan
(d)Uploaded Copy of Final Layout Plan Copy of Final Layout Plan
(e)Uploaded Cover Letter Copy of Cover Letter
(f)Uploaded Copy of documents in support of the competence/authority of the person making this application to make application on behalf of the User Agency Copy of documents in support of the competence/authority of the person making this application to make application on behalf of the User Agency
(g)Uploaded Additional File Copy of Additional File
            Additional Detail Sought:
Sno. ADS Letter Remarks Date of ADS
1.NA(i) Latest Certified Compliance report duly forwarded from Ministry’s Regional office to be submitted. (ii) Conservation plan for schedule-I species needs to be submitted. (iii) Submit the copy of latest Consent to operate. (iv) Submit action plan as per the Ministry’s office memorandum 31st October, 2019 regarding projects located in Critically Polluted Area. (v) Onsite emergency plan as per MSIHC Rules and occupational health plan. (vi) Justification for high PM 10 values recorded during and its mitigation plan to control/reduce. (vii) Alternate source for fresh water. 11 Mar 2020
2. ADS LetterNA 19 Mar 2020
Undertaking
I hereby give undertaking that the data and information given in the application and enclosures are true to be best of my knowledge and belief. And I am aware that if any part of the data and information found to be false or misleading at any stage, the project will be rejected and clearance given, if any to the project will be revoked at our risk and cost. In addition to above, I hereby give undertaking that no activity/ construction/ expansion has since been taken up.
Name of ApplicantMaulik Rajnikant Suthar
DesignationAuthorizedSignatory
Name of Company (Applicant Name should not be given here)M/S. APICORE PHARMACEUTICALS PRIVATE LIMITED
AddressBlock No. 252-253, Village: Dhobikuwa, Opposite jain irrigation, Padra-Jambusar Road, Taluka-Padra, District- Vadodara
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