[Draft] Environmental and social impact assessment: Stung Atay hydro-electric BOT project in Veal Veng district, Pursat province
Published by: Open Development Cambodia
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|Document type||Environmental Impact Assessment|
|Concession/License name||C.H.D (Cambodia) hydropower development Co.,Ltd.|
|Disclosure Mode||Released by company|
|License||Creative Commons Attribution|
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|Version / Edition||1|
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|Metadata Reference Information||
Metadata last updated on 2019-08-28. For inquiries contact: Open Development Cambodia, Email: email@example.com, Website: http://www.opendevcam.net Address: 43 St. 208, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
SAWAC Consultants for Development
|Contract term unit||Years|
|Payment for concession fees unit||$/ha|
|Land use planning unit||Ha|
|Job creation summary||
The company plans to recruit staffs and workers. The company gives priority to people living near the project area. During the four-year construction period, there are about 900 people including 500 local residents and 400 Chinese workers. There were 52 workers for the construction of the transmission line from the two power plants to O'Som sub-station, including 4 local residents and 12 Chinese workers. During the 30 years of operation and maintenance, the company recruits 30 people including 19 Cambodian staffs and 11 Chinese staffs and workers. The company plans to recruit 2 Cambodians and 9 Chinese as staffs to manage transmission line from the power tower of Dam 1 to O'Som sub-station. The company plans to recruit 11 people, 2 Cambodian and 9 Chinese as staffs to manage transmission line from power plant of the second dam to O'Som sub-station.
The project owner will provide training courses for staff and workers, especially Cambodian workers such as technical knowledge, safety precautions, laws, regulations, and prevention strategies for communicable diseases.
|Environmental protection obligation||
Overseeing the implementation of the environmental management plan of the company is the responsibility of the coalition of the relevant ministries and departments, which will be developed by the project owner together with the Ministry of Environment. This Environmental Protection and Monitoring Team is under the supervision of the Ministry of Environment.
|Environmental fund summary||
The cost of environmental restoration is USD 3,091,250.00 for 6 months. USD 1,977,248.00 for water and land conservation, USD 35,200.00 for environmental protection, USD 545,200.00 for wildlife protection, USD 40,000.00 for wildlife rehabilitation, USD 66,400.00 for health protection, USD 50,000 in environmental education, USD 100,000.00 in consulting fees and USD 130,000 for construction and relocation costs.
|Total amount of environmental funds||3091250.0|
|Legacy reference document||Draft_EIA_CHD_Cambodia_hydropower__00.12.2011.pdf|
|Keywords||Environmental impact accessment|
|Open Contracting Identifier||ocds-miumsd-96be65c2-66dc-49c0-917b-d0c9831aa7b1|
|Date uploaded||August 28, 2019, 01:40 (UTC)|
|Date modified||October 4, 2021, 09:44 (UTC)|