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) Expansion of existing project for manufacture of mining explosives and proposed high energy defence products
(b)Name of the Company / Organisation CDET EXPLOSIVE INDUSTRIES PVT. LTD.
(c)Registered Address 301, 3rd Floor, Chaitanyanand Height, 78, Shivaji Nagar, Nagar,,Nagpur,Maharashtra-440010
(d)Legal Status of the Company Private
(e)Joint Venture No
2.
Address for the correspondence:
(a)Name of the Applicant N V Krishna
(b)Designation (Owner/ Partner/ CEO) DGM
(c)Address 301, 3rd Floor Chaityanyand Height, 78,Shivaji Nagar, Nagpur,,Nagpur (Urban),Nagpur,Maharashtra-440010
(d)Pin code 440010
(e)E-mail projects@cdetexplosives.com
(f)STD Code. 712(f)Telephone No. 2249121
(g)Fax No. 2247480
(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/MH/IND2/74917/2018
(d)Master Proposal Number(Single Window) SW/134183/2019
(e)EAC concerned (for category A Projects only) Industrial Projects - 2
(f)Project Type Fresh EC
4.
Location of the Project:
(a)Plot/Survey/Khasra No. 270, 271, 272, 273, 309, 321/1, 322/1, 323, 325, 3
(b)Pincode 442204
(c)Bounded Latitudes (North) FROM 21.111794 To 21.116650
(d)Bounded Longitudes (East) FROM 78.215767 To 78.222225
(e)Survey of India Topo Sheet No. 55 K/4 and 55 K/8
(f)Uploaded Topo Sheet File Copy of Topo Sheet File
(g)Maximum Elevation Above Means Sea Level(AMSL) 349
(h)Uploaded (kml) File Copy of Kml File      
(i)Distance of Nearest HFL from the project boundary within the study area 6
(j)Seismic Zone 2
5.
(a)Number of States in which Project will be Executed 1
(b)Main State of the project Maharashtra
Details of State(s) of the project
S. No. State Name District Name Tehsil Name Village Name
(1.)MaharashtraWardhaAshti
6.
Details of Terms of Reference (ToR):
(a)MoEF&CC / SEIAA File Number IA-J-11011/166/2018-IA-II(I)
(b)Date of Apply of TOR 19 May 2018
(c)Date of Issue of TOR / Standard ToR 21 Jun 2018
(d)Previous TOR Letter Copy of Previous TOR 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 :02 Jul 2019
Copy of advertisement :Copy of Advertisement
Copy of Public Hearing :Copy of Public Hearing
Date :06 Aug 2019
Distance of Public Hearing Venue from the Proposed Project :0
The project site of M/s. CDET Explosive Industries Pvt. Ltd.
State :Maharashtra
District :Wardha
Tehsil :Ashti
Village :Mouza Talegaon
101Employment, Noise during test of samplesOthersAdditional District Collector
8.
Details of Project Configuration/Product:
     8.1.       Project Configuration
S. No.Plant/Equipment/FacilityConfigurationRemarks
(1.)Lead Azide30 Tons per Annum0.4 Tons(at any given time)
(2.)Styphnic Acid6 Tons per Annumcentrifuged & washed with dilute nitric acid
(3.)SMO10000 Tons per Annumproduct reaction is carried out inert atmosphere
(4.)HNS12 Tons per Annumoptimized based on minimum waste generation
(5.)RDX500 Tons per Annumoptimized on minimum wastegeneration
(6.)Ammonium nitrate100000 Tons per Annum2,000 Tons (at any given time)
(7.)DNT/TNT1500 Tons per Annumoptimized based on minimum waste generation
(8.)Taggants for explosives10 Tons per Annumoptimized based on minimum waste generation
(9.)PETN1500 Tons per AnnumGranulation is done in closed circuit
(10.)CL 2010 Tons per Annumoptimized based on minimum waste generation
(11.)Lead Styphnate7.2 Tons per AnnumLead Nitrate +Mg styphnate to get lead styphnate
(12.)Bonding/Binder/Plasticizer for explosive10 Tons per Annumvacuum desiccation & desiccated till achieved
(13.)Emulsifier6000 Tons per Annumclosed top reactor under inert atmosphere
(14.)HMX100 Tons per Annumoptimized based on minimum waste generation
     8.2.       Product
S. No.Product/Activity (Capacity/Area)QuantityUnitOther UnitMode of Transport / Transmission of ProductOther Mode of Transport / Transmission of Product
(1.)Ammonium nitrate100000Tons per AnnumRoad
(2.)Lead Azide30Tons per AnnumRoad
(3.)Emulsifier6000Tons per AnnumRoad
(4.)HMX100Tons per AnnumRoad
(5.)RDX500Tons per AnnumRoad
(6.)DNT/TNT1500Tons per AnnumRoad
(7.)Styphnic acid6Tons per AnnumRoad
(8.)CL 2010Tons per AnnumRoad
(9.)PETN1500Tons per AnnumRoad
(10.)Lead Styphanate7.2Tons per AnnumRoad
(11.)HNS12Tons per AnnumRoad
(12.)Bonding agent/Binder/Plasticizer for explosive10Tons per AnnumRoad
(13.)SMO10000Tons per AnnumRoad
(14.)Taggants for explosives10Tons per AnnumRoad
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):
Details Not Applicable
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 31 Mar 2018
(iv)Valid Upto 31 Dec 2021
(v)File No. BO/AST/RO-NG/UAN NO./ 0000035330/R/CC/1803001526
(vi)Application No. MPCB - 0000035330
(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) 98.36
(b) Funds Allocated for Environment Management (Capital) (in Crores) 2.32
(c) Funds Allocated Towards CER (Corporate Environment Responsibility) (in Crores) 0.98
(d) Funds Allocated for Environment Management Plan (EMP) (Recurring per Annum) (in Crores) 0.607
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 41654.5
(b)Existing quantity of raw material/fuel N/A
(c)Total quantity of raw material/fuel 41654.5
    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.)Nitric acid7600.3Tons per Annumfrom indigenous sourcesRoad750 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(2.)Acetone255.5Tons per Annumfrom indigenous sourcesRoad750 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(3.)Magnesium oxide0.9Tons per Annumfrom indigenous sourcesRoad750 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(4.)Sorbitol6300Tons per Annumfrom indigenous sourcesRoad750 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(5.)Toluene1047.4Tons per Annumfrom indigenous sourcesRoad750 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(6.)Para formaldehyde52.5Tons per Annumfrom indigenous sourcesRoad750 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(7.)Benzyl Amine37.5Tons per Annumfrom indigenous sourcesRoad750 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(8.)I P A8.3Tons per Annumfrom indigenous sourcesRoad750 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(9.)Solvent847Tons per Annumfrom indigenous sourcesRoad750 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(10.)Ammonium Nitrate586.3Tons per Annumfrom indigenous sourcesRoad750 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(11.)Acetic anhydride2454.3Tons per Annumfrom indigenous sourcesRoad750 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(12.)Oleum (20%)3150Tons per Annumfrom indigenous sourcesRoad750 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(13.)Glyoxal10.5Tons per Annumfrom indigenous sourcesRoad750 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(14.)TNT35Tons per Annumfrom indigenous sourcesRoad750 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(15.)Sodium hypochlorite248.6Tons per Annumfrom indigenous sourcesRoad750 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(16.)Di Methyl Formamide265.4Tons per Annumfrom indigenous sourcesRoad750 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(17.)HCl84.0Tons per Annumfrom indigenous sourcesRoad750 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(18.)Phospine Oxide8.3Tons per Annumfrom indigenous sourcesRoad750 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(19.)Adipic Acid1.8Tons per Annumfrom indigenous sourcesRoad750 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(20.)Tartaric acid0.8Tons per Annumfrom indigenous sourcesRoad750 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(21.)Sodium hydroxide8.7Tons per Annumfrom indigenous sourcesRoad750 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(22.)Bromine15.2Tons per Annumfrom indigenous sourcesRoad750 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(23.)Ethanol153.4Tons per Annumfrom indigenous sourcesRoad750 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(24.)Methanol110.2Tons per Annumfrom indigenous sourcesRoad750 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(25.)2 Nitropropane16.9Tons per Annumfrom indigenous sourcesRoad750 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(26.)Penta Erythritol708.8Tons per Annumfrom indigenous sourcesRoad750 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(27.)Resorcinol3.2Tons per Annumfrom indigenous sourcesRoad750 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(28.)Styphnic Acid5.2Tons per Annumfrom indigenous sourcesRoad750 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(29.)Lead Nitrate10.1Tons per Annumfrom indigenous sourcesRoad750 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(30.)Polyisobutylene5964Tons per Annumfrom indigenous sourcesRoad750 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(31.)Maleic anhydride714Tons per Annumfrom indigenous sourcesRoad750 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(32.)Oleic Acid168Tons per Annumfrom indigenous sourcesRoad750 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(33.)Additives73.5Tons per Annumfrom indigenous sourcesRoad750 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(34.)Hexamine101.5Tons per Annumfrom indigenous sourcesRoad750 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(35.)Acetic Acid1589Tons per Annumfrom indigenous sourcesRoad750 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
(36.)TACS35.0Tons per Annumfrom indigenous sourcesRoad750 Open MarketCopy of Linkage
14.
Baseline Data :
(a)Period of Base Line Data Collection FROM 01 Mar 2018 To 31 May 2018
(b)Season Pre-Monsoon
    14.1.     No. of ambient Air Quality (AAQ) monitoring locations : 8
S. No.Criteria Pollutants Other Criteria PollutantsUnitMaximum ValueMinimum Value98 Percentile ValuePrescribed Standard
(1.)PM10Micro Gram per Meter Cube91.148.590.6100
(2.)PM2.5Micro Gram per Meter Cube35.116.935.160
(3.)SO2Micro Gram per Meter Cube24.59.824.080
(4.)NOxMicro Gram per Meter Cube35.117.834.980
    14.2.     No. of Ground Water monitoring locations : 8
S. No.Criteria Pollutants Other Criteria PollutantsHeavy MetalUnitOther UnitMaximum ValueMinimum ValueDesirable LimitMaximum Permissible Limit
(1.)TDSmg/l5562645002000
(2.)pHNA8.627.836.58.5
(3.)Total Hardnessmg/l404.8167.2200600
(4.)Fluoridemg/l0.620.191.01.5
(5.)Chloridesmg/l116.7938.492501000
(6.)TSSmg/l24100
(7.)Heavy MetalsPbmg/l000.010.01
    14.3.     No. of Surface Water monitoring locations : 3
S. No.Criteria Pollutants Other Criteria PollutantsUnitOther UnitMaximum ValueMinimum ValueClassification of inland water body
(1.)pHNA8.258.14A
(2.)DOmg/l6.45.9A
(3.)CODmg/l41A
(4.)BODmg/l21A
    14.4.     No. of Ambient Noise monitoring locations : 8
S. No.Parameter UnitMaximum ValueMinimum ValuePrescribed Standard
(1.)Leq(Night)A-weighted decibels(dB(A))43.837.240-70
(2.)Leq(Day)A-weighted decibels(dB(A))68.647.650-75
    14.5.     No. of Soil Sample Monitored locations : 8
S. No.Parameter UnitOther UnitMaximum ValueMinimum Value
(1.)pH7.166.44
(2.)P(Phosphorus)Kilogram per hectare18.9211.38
(3.)K(Potassium)Kilogram per hectare329.6148
(4.)N(Nitrogen)Kilogram per hectare183.4108.6
(5.)Electric ConductivityMillisiemens per Centimetre0.170.13
14.6.
Details of Ground Water Table:
(a)Range of Water Table Pre-Monsoon Season (Meters Below Ground Level (m bgl)) From 21.9 To 4.6
(b)Range of Water Table Post-Monsoon Season (Meters Below Ground Level (m bgl)) From 1.7 To 20.1
(c)Whether Ground Water Intersection will be there ? No
     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.)GroundWater7990Copy of Permission LetterPipelineOpen WellCGWA/NOC/IND/ORIG/2017/275123 Oct 2017327.4
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.)Biodegradable process90139ETP chemicalReuse within the Plant & Recycling90
(2.)Industrial cooling and boiler feed104139ETP chemicalReuse within the Plant & Recycling104
(3.)Domestic purposes5248STP MMBRGreen Belt Renewal Plant52
(4.)Non Biodegradable proces68139ETP chemicalReuse within the Plant & Recycling68
16.1.
(a)Total Waste Water Generation (Kilolitre per Day) 314
(b)Total Discharged Water (Kilolitre per Day) 0
(c)Total Reused Water (Kilolitre per Day) 314
    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.)Explosive WasteHazardous Waste (as per Hazardous and Other Waste Management rules 2016)32Tons120RoadTreatment, Storage and Disposal Facility(TSDF)
(2.)Waste oilHazardous Waste (as per Hazardous and Other Waste Management rules 2016)2Tons100RoadAuthorized Recyclers
(3.)Distillation residueHazardous Waste (as per Hazardous and Other Waste Management rules 2016)12Tons120RoadTreatment, Storage and Disposal Facility(TSDF)
(4.)ETP SludgeHazardous Waste (as per Hazardous and Other Waste Management rules 2016)322Tons120RoadTreatment, Storage and Disposal Facility(TSDF)
(5.)Waste metalsIndustrial Waste42Tons100RoadAuthorized Recyclers
(6.)Non explosive wasteHazardous Waste (as per Hazardous and Other Waste Management rules 2016)68Tons120RoadTreatment, Storage and Disposal Facility(TSDF)
18.
    18.1.     Air Quality Impact Prediction
S. No.Criteria Pollutants Other Criteria PollutantsUnitBaseline ConcentrationDistance GLCIncremental ConcentrationTotal GLCPrescribed Standard
(1.)PM10Microgram per Meter Cube91.11.40.691.7100
(2.)NOxMicrogram per Meter Cube35.11.410.345.4180
(3.)SO2Microgram per Meter Cube24.11.4125.580
(4.)PM2.5Microgram per Meter Cube35.11.40.1235.2560
    18.2.     Stack Details
S. No.Source FuelStack Height(m)Stack Diameter(m)PollutantsOther PollutantsEmission (GLS)
(1.)DG Sets (200 KVA, 2)HSD80.2PM100.008
(2.)Boiler (2x3, 1x6 TPH)Coal300.6SO27.5
(3.)Boilercoal/agro waste base300.6PM100.3
(4.)Boiler (6 TPH)Coal/agro waste300.6PM100.3
(5.)DG sets (500 KVA,2) 2 no)HSD100.2PM100.02
(6.)DG set (125 KVA)HSD60.2PM100.005
(7.)BoilerFO110.3PM100.04
19.
Power Requirement:
(a)Quantity (Kilo Volt Amps (kVA)) 1500
(b)Source MSEDCL
(c)Uploaded Copy of Agreement Copy of Agreement
(d)Standby Arrangement (Details of DG Sets) 200+200+125 (Existing)+500+500 (proposed)= 1525 KV
(e)Stack Height (in m) 10
20.
Land Ownership Pattern:
(a)Forest Land (ha.) 0
(b)Private Land (ha.) 52.03
(c)Government Land (ha.) 0
(d)Revenue Land (ha.) 0
(e)Other Land (ha.) 0
    Total Land (ha.) 52.03
21.
Present Land Use Breakup of the Study Area in Ha:
(a)Agriculture Area (ha.) 21142
(b)Waste/Barren Land (ha.) 1210
(c)Grazing/ Community Land (ha.) 0
(d)Surface Water Bodies (ha.) 651
(e)Settlements (ha.) 858
(f)Industrial (ha.) 154
(g)Forest (ha.) 7044
(h)Mangroves (ha.) 0
(i)Marine Area (ha.) 0
(j)Others (ha.) : Road Infrastructure, Brick Kline, Mining/Stone Qua 341
    Total (ha.) 31400
    22.     Land requirement for various activities
S. No.Description of Activity / Facility / Plant / Others OthersLand Requirement (ha.)Remarks
(1.)Main Plant2.55proposed process building amenity office utility
(2.)Othersopen space32.23
(3.)Green belt17.22
Total (ha.) 52
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.)NPANill0Not applicable
(2.)Wildlife CorridorsNill0Not applicable
(3.)Critically Polluted AreaNill0Not applicable
(4.)WLSNill0Not applicable
(5.)ESAsNill0Not applicable
(6.)ESZsNill0Not applicable
(7.)CorridorsNill0Not applicable
    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 SitesNill0Not applicable
(2.)ForestJamnera RF2.2ESE Direction
(3.)OthersForestSindhiri RF2.2NE Direction
(4.)Defence InstallationsNill0Not applicable
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) 52.03
(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 Peacock or Indian peafowl
(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. 5.0 Lakhs
(iii)Period of Implementation up to three years
(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 ? No
(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 Ar Nadi
(ii)Direction of Water Bodies in Buffer Area South West
(iii)Distance of Water Bodies in Buffer Area 6.08
31.
Manpower Requirement:
(a)Permanent Employment-During Construction 0
(b)Permanent Employment-During Operation 562
(c)Temporary Employment- During Construction 0
(d)Temporary Employment- During Operation 0
(e)No. of working days 330
(f)Total Manpower 562
32.
Green Belt in Ha:
(a)Total Area of Green Belt 17.17
(b)Percentage of Total Project Area 33.00
(c)No. of Plants to be Planted 12000
(d)Funds Allocated for Plantation 500000
(e)Uploaded Green Belt plan Copy of Green Belt Plan
    33.         Project Benefits
S. No.Type of Project Benefits Details of Project Benefits
(1.)SocialEducation Schools and other education services. Unskilled people and limited skilled people (depending on availability) will be hired from local population. Skilled persons expected to come in the study area from outside. In addition, some secondary developments like books stall, school dresses shops, and furniture stalls etc. will be established. These facilities will be beneficial to locals residing in the study area. Transport CDET Pvt Ltd will be laying road around the project area so that a
(2.)FinancialAn employment for about 562 direct & indirect persons will be generated, in the form of skilled, semi-skilled workers. This is done for observing the impact due to the project with respect to social and economic aspects so that proper actions / measures could be taken up for the benefit of the people (economically and with respect to quality of life) and the project.
(3.)EnvironmentalTransportation The company has developed transportation facility for import of raw material required for the plant and also for the export of the finished products. The site has very good connectivity with road, rail, and air which is being used for the transportation of raw materials and finished products. Communication: Improved road communication; strengthening of existing community facilities through the existing community development programme. Sewage The sewage disposed off should be tre
   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/1619/SA 089 dtd. 15th May 2019 Valid til
(ii)Name of the EIA Consultant Anacon Laboratories Private Limited (ALPL), Nagpur
(iii)Address Laboratory &Consultancy Division:FP-34/35, Butibori Food Park, MIDCButibori , Five-star Industrial Estate,Nagpur – 441 122
(iv)Mobile No. 9372960077
(v)Landline No. 7104265854
(vi)Email Id project@anacon.in
(vii)Category of Accreditation A
(viii)Sector of Accreditation Industrial Projects - 2
(ix)Validity of Accreditation 11 Feb 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 NA
            Additional Detail Sought:
Sno. ADS Letter Remarks Date of ADS
1.NAOn perusal it is observed that this is an expansion proposal of mining explosives manufacturing and following clarification/information needs to be submitted by PP:(i). As per Standard TOR (5f)-3(x)(b)-Compliance report to the conditions of consent from SPCB needs to be submitted, however PP has not submitted the compliance of the instant TOR. (ii). PP mentioned that the unit was commissioned production in 2005 and did not require the EC under EIA 2006 Notification. In this regard, all details of CTE/CTO with inception of unit needs to asked from PP and to be examined in respect of violation of EIA Notification, if any. (iii). Project area as per EIA Report is 128.57 acre, however as per SPCB it is 120 acre. Needs clarification, which is correct. (iv). Schedule-I species reported, however the submission receipt of conservation plan to CWLW has not submitted by PP. (v). CGWA letter dated 23.10.2017, the NOC is valid upto 19.09.2019, and however it seems that the unit is in operation without CGWA. (vi). PH proceeding needs to be submitted to Ministry by SPCB, Head Office. This issues with approval of the competent authority. 26 Mar 2020
2.NAOn perusal it is observed that this is an expansion proposal of mining explosives manufacturing and following clarification/information needs to be submitted by PP:(i). As per Standard TOR (5f)-3(x)(b)-Compliance report to the conditions of consent from SPCB needs to be submitted, however PP has not submitted the compliance of the instant TOR. (ii). PP mentioned that the unit was commissioned production in 2005 and did not require the EC under EIA 2006 Notification. In this regard, all details of CTE/CTO with inception of unit needs to asked from PP and to be examined in respect of violation of EIA Notification, if any. (iii). Project area as per EIA Report is 128.57 acre, however as per SPCB it is 120 acre. Needs clarification, which is correct. (iv). Schedule-I species reported, however the submission receipt of conservation plan to CWLW has not submitted by PP. (v). CGWA letter dated 23.10.2017, the NOC is valid upto 19.09.2019, and however it seems that the unit is in operation without CGWA. (vi). PH proceeding needs to be submitted to Ministry by SPCB, Head Office. This issues with approval of the competent authority. 26 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 ApplicantN V Krishna
DesignationDGM
Name of Company (Applicant Name should not be given here)CDET EXPLOSIVE INDUSTRIES PVT. LTD.
Address301, 3rd Floor, Chaitanyanand Height, 78, Shivaji Nagar, Nagar
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