7                CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

 

Conclusions

 

7.1          This Monthly EM&A Report presents the EM&A work undertaken in April 2020 in accordance with Updated EM&A Manual.

 

7.2          No Action/Limit Level exceedance were recorded for construction noise.

 

Contract No. ND/2019/01

7.3          Environmental site inspection was conducted on 1st , 8th , 15th , 22nd and 29th April 2020 by ET in the reporting month.

 

Contract No. ND/2019/06

7.4          Environmental site inspections were conducted on 2nd , 9th , 15th , 23rd, 29th April 2020 by ET in the reporting month.

 

7.5          There was no environmental complaints, no notification of summons or successful prosecutions received in the reporting month.

 

7.6          The ET would keep track on the EM&A programme to ensure compliance of environmental requirements and the proper implementation of all necessary mitigation measures.

 

Recommendations                                                                              

 

7.7          According to the environmental audits performed in the reporting month, the following recommendations were made:

 

Air Quality Impact

 

·  To enhance the dust suppression measures such as water spraying on all haul roads and expose work site area; and

·  To maintain the impervious material to cover the stockpile of dusty materials; and

·  To ensure all regulated machines with valid Non-road Mobile Machinery (NRMM) labels.

 

 

Water Impact

 

·  To prevent any surface runoff discharge into nearby drainage or stream;

·  To divert all the water generated from construction site to de-silting facilities with enough handling capacity before discharge; and

·  To ensure the drainage facilities would not be clogged with waste to avoid overflow.

 

 

Waste/Chemical Management

 

·  To avoid improper handling, storage and dispose of oil drums or chemical containers on site; and

·  To store chemical waste/waste oil properly in the designated place before disposal.

 

Landscape & Visual Impact

 

·  To clear the construction materials/wastes properly within the tree protection zone.

·  Retained trees should be carefully protected.

·  Dull green fencing should be secured with no gaps or no holes.