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Sime Darby Convention Centre

7 December 2009

 Expose participants to environmental
principals, legislations and issues 

Educate participants on Best Management
Practices (BMP) in terms of environmental
management at construction site

1. Introduction to Environment
2. Environmental Legislation in Malaysia
3. Other Related Legislations
4. Environmental Issues at Development
Site
5. Best Environmental Management
Practices
6. Question & Answer Session

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But do we really know the exact meaning of the word? Is Environment = Forest? = Rivers? = Animals? = Human Beings? = Anything that is green in colour? .“Environment” is a very common word and used extensively.

Webster Dictionary: “The complex of physical. chemical and biotic factors (climate. taste. odour. the biological factors of animals and plants and the social factor of aesthetics” . water. atmosphere. climate. soil and living things) that act upon an organism or an ecological community and ultimately determine its form and survival” Environment Quality Act 1974: “The physical factors of the surroundings of the human beings including land.

Kamus SDN. (Simple) “ Anything that surrounds you and effects your life” . BHD.

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5% is freshwater • Freshwater : water that has a salt content < 0. • 97. groundwater. streams.3% ( ) • 66 %-iceberg/glaciers • Water Cycle (Hydrologic Cycle) .1% • 0. lakes.• H2O (2 atoms of Hydrogen combined with 1 atom of Oxygen) • 70% of our body weight is water • 71% of earth is flooded by water • Rivers. oceans etc.5% is saltwater (oceans) • 2.

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POLLUTION means any direct or indirect alteration of physical. thermal or biological properties of any part of the environment  By discharging. chemical. safety or welfare or to animals. limitation or restriction stipulated under the EQA 1974 . or to plants To cause a contravention of any conditions. wildlife. birds. fish or aquatic life. emitting or depositing environmentally hazardous substances Pollutants or waste so as to affect any beneficial use To cause a condition which is hazardous or potentially hazardous to public health.

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT (DOE) is the agency which administers
EQA 1974 and co-ordinate all activities relating to the discharge of wastes into
the environment and for preventing or controlling pollution, protecting and
enhancing the quality of the environment

Website: www.doe.gov.my

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economic and social progress and equity. .What is Sustainable Development? The idea of sustainable development grew from numerous environmental movements in earlier decades and was defined in 1987 by the World Commission on Environment and Development (Brundtland Commission 1987) as: “Development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs” Sustainable development encompasses a number of areas and highlights sustainability as the idea of environmental. all within the limits of the world’s natural resources.

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. socially. Carrying capacity Understanding that there are limits to the world's resources and the ways in which the world can develop and that the consequences of unmanaged and unsustainable growth are increased poverty and hardship and the degradation of the environment.culturally.and that our lives. Equity and justice Understanding the underlying causes of inequity and recognising that for any development to be sustainable it must benefit people in an equitable way and not improve some lives at the expense of others. other living things and places at a local and global level. economically. Uncertainty and Understanding that our actions may have unforeseen consequences and recognise precaution that there are limits to human knowledge and encouraging a cautious approach to the welfare of our planet.The six principles of sustainable development Principle: Description: Interdependence Understanding the connections and links between all aspects of our lives and the links between people. to the disadvantage of us all. and ecologically . our economy and our well-being are impoverished without such diversity. Understanding that what happens in one place can affect what happens somewhere else. Rights and Understanding the need to lead lives that consider the rights and needs of others responsibilities and recognising that what we do now has implications for what life might be like in the future. Diversity Understanding the importance and value of diversity in people's lives .

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we just borrowed it from the next generation” “The Earth has enough resources to meet our NEED but certainly NOT our GREED” .Mahatma Gandhi: “We do not own the environment.

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•Can be divided into three categories: 1) Pollution control legislation 2) Environmental planning legislation 3) Environmental management legislation Enactment of environmental statutes reflects a commitment by the government to incorporate principles of ecologically sustainable development into policy making .•Environmental Legislation is A defined set of rules and standards enacted by the national government for the protection of the environment.

Brief History Passed by the Parliament in April 1974 Enforced on 15th April 1975 Department of Environment (under Ministry of Natural Resources & Environment) to administer the Act Headed by a Director General (HQ is in Putrajaya) 3 Technical Divisions: Control. Assessment and Development Planning 15 states offices throughout Malaysia (Headed by the State Director) .

15 Order and 2 Rules . EQA is applicable to the whole of Malaysia 6 Parts with 51 Sections and 18 Regulations.

fuel burning equipment and pollution control equipment  Restricting the discharge of pollutants by placing conditions and controls on them  Prohibition of substances.Strategy of Act . certain activities and operation  Written permission and approvals for wastewater treatment plants. control and abate any form of POLLUTION and enhance the ENVIRONMENT by requiring:  EIA or site suitability assessments for new development  Licensing and approval of prescribed premises. vehicles or equipment causing significant pollution .to prevent.

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• Occupy prescribed fuel burning equipment premises • Contravene . Environmental Quality Act 1974 EIA Site Suitability Written Approval License • Prescribed Evaluation • Construction of facilities • Scheduled waste activities • Non-prescribed generating effluent or treatment and activities changes in effluent disposal facilities • Installation or alteration.

•Environmental Quality (Clean Air) Regulations 1978 •Environmental Quality (Sewage and Industrial Effluents) Regulations 1978 • Environmental Quality (Prescribed Activities)(Env. Impact Assessment) Order 1987 •Environmental Quality (Scheduled Waste) Regulations 2005 •Environmental Quality (Declared Activities)(Open Burning) Order 2003 .

Installation within Residential Areas Any equipment. plant or facility used for the purpose of heating or generating of power that is rated to consume:  Pulverized fuel  Any solid fuel at 20 kg or more per hour  Any liquid or gaseous matter at 10 kg or more per hour Must obtain written approval from DOE Penalties  Fine RM 10.000/ per day for everyday the offence continues .000 or/and 2 yrs imprisonment  Further fine < RM 1.

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human/animal waste • APHA Method of analysis for wastewater Penalties • Identify final discharge point • Fine RM100.Legal requirements Standard A • Except for allowable exemptions.000 and/or 5 years imprisonment • No discharge of sludge on land . no refuse. Standard B garbage. no tar or liquids immiscible with water. no discharge without prior treatment • Obtain prior written approval for installation and modification of wastewater treatment plant • No dilution of discharge • Effluent discharge to comply to Standard A or B Water Intake • Discharge contain no inflammable solvent.

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 Housing development covering an area of 50 hectares or more  Industrial estate development for medium and heavy industries covering an area of 50 hectares or more  Construction of expressway  EIA study need to be conducted and report submitted to DG for approval. predict and assess significant environmental impacts (Approval Conditions)  To recommend and incorporate mitigation measures .  EIA identify.

Infrastructure 3.Mining  Shipyards 19.Railways 13.Airport  Petrochemical  Chemical 17. Industry 14.Housing 12.Water Supply  Non-metallic 18. Quarries − Toxic & 10. Land Reclamation Waste 15. Waste Treatment & 8.Ports  Iron & steel Transmission 7. Resort & Recreational 2.Fisheries Development 4.19 Prescribed Activities requiring EIA: 1.Agriculture 11.Forestry  Non-ferrous 5.Petroleum  Pulp & paper Disposal 9. Power Generation & 6. Drainage & Irrigation − Municipal Solid Waste − Municipal Sewage . Transportation Hazardous 14.

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT “Is a study that identifies. evaluates and communicates information concerning the adverse and beneficial impacts of a proposed development on the environment” . predicts.

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT •It specifies any mitigation measures that are required to alleviate significant environmental impacts. prior to the approval and implementation of the project •It is a PLANNING TOOL and a preventive in nature •It seeks to avoid costly mistakes in project planning and development •It aims to minimize adverse environmental impacts and serve as an integral part of the environmental process .

Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) DOE Approval Conditions Environmental Management Plan (EMP) Environmental Monitoring & Audit .

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EMP comprises : • Environmental Monitoring & Auditing (EM&A) and Event Contingency Plan (ECP) • Safety Management Systems including Emergency Response Plan (ERPs) • Overall Environmental Management System . ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN (EMP) A structured management plan that outlines the mitigation. monitoring and management requirements related to the environment.

of one or more elements of the environment to detect their characteristics. periodic evaluation of environmental management to objectively review the performance of an organization. ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING Activity involving repeated observation. according to a pre- determined schedule. facility. or activity which involves a systematic. ENVIRONMENTAL AUDITING Process focusing on existing installation. management and equipment with the aim of safeguarding the environment. .

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Groups of wastes that are categorized and listed in the Environmental Quality (Scheduled Wastes) Regulation 2005 Hazardous wastes Scheduled wastes (only in Malaysia) Penalties Scheduled wastes categories  Fine RM 500.000 constituents which may contain metals and organic materials  SW 3 Wastes containing principally organic constituents which may contain metals and inorganic materials  SW 4 Wastes which may contain either inorganic or organic constituents  SW 5 Other wastes .000 or/and 5 yrs  SW 1 Metal and metal-bearing wastes imprisonment  SW 2 Wastes containing principally inorganic  Compound < RM 2.

1) Site Criteria 2) Site Design Storage area 3) Storage 4) Operation Waste generator Transportation by DOE licensed contractor Prescribed treatment and disposal facilities .

Regulation 3 – 2nd Schedule Notification .

Regulation 11 – 5th Schedule Inventory of scheduled waste .

Regulation 12 – 6th Schedule Consignment Note (1/3) .

Regulation 12 – 6th Schedule Consignment Note (2/3) .

Regulation 12 – 6th Schedule Consignment Note (2/3) 1. CONTRACTOR Complete Part II of Sixth Schedule 4 Copies within 10 days from delivery date 3. WASTE GENERATOR Submit 1 Copy within 30 days Complete Part I of from date of transportation DIRECTOR GENERAL Sixth Schedule of DOE Part I and Part II completed Return 2 rdsdsdsd 6 Copies Copies Immediate notification 2. OCCUPIER 1 Copy Retain Himself Complete Part III of Sixth Schedule 1 Copy Contractor Waste 1 Copy Generator YES Director NO 1 Copy General Within 20 days from date of receipt from contractor Investigate and inform Director General result of investigation .

Regulation 13 – 7th Schedule Information on waste / Waste Card .

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Regulation 10 – Labeling of scheduled wastes Explosive (Wastes) Inflammable Liquid (Wastes) Inflammable Solid Spontaneously (Wastes) Combustible (Wastes) Solid: Dangerous Oxidizing Substance & When Wet (Wastes) (Wastes) .

Regulation 10 – Labeling of scheduled wastes Organic Peroxides Toxic Substances (Waste) (Waste) Infectious Corrosive Substance (Waste) Substances (Waste) Mixture Of Miscellaneous Dangerous Substances (Waste) .

Type of waste Type of Container

Liquid organic waste/flammable liquid Metal drum with bunghole

Liquid inorganic waste/corrosive liquid Plastic drum with bunghole

Solid waste (Organic/ Inorganic) Metal or plastic drum with
clamp skid bin or PP bag

Dry Solid waste and contaminated One-ton PP bags
rags

Pharmaceutical and laboratory waste Open top drum (steel/plastic)
with cover and clamp

Type of waste Type of Container

Empty contaminated plastic bottles/ One-ton / 1m3 PE/ PP bags, open
containers top type drums with clamped lids

Empty contaminated glass bottles/ Open top type drums with clamped
containers lids

Waste chemicals in glass/plastic bottles Open top type drums with clamped
lids with absorbing material

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X 133346 SW313 Note: X : Kualiti Alam Waste Group N 151: Scheduled Waste Code 13346:Consignment Note Number .

Penalties  Fine RM 500.000 or/and 5 yrs imprisonment Open burning – any fire. combustion or smouldering that occurs in the open air and which is not directed there through a chimney or stack Any activities not deemed as DECLARED ACTIVITIES (under paragraph 3) would be classified as Open burning .

000 or/and 5 years imprisonment pollution RM 1.000 per day if continues Restriction on inland water RM 100.000 per day if continues Prohibition against placing.Restriction on soil pollution RM 100. RM 1.000 or/and 5 years imprisonment deposit of scheduled waste Restriction on pollution of RM 100.000 or/and 5 years imprisonment.000 per day if continues . RM 500.000 or/and 5 years imprisonment atmosphere RM 1.

000 or/and 5 years open burning imprisonment Restriction on RM 100.000 or/and 5 years Malaysian water imprisonment Prohibition of RM 500. RM 500 per day if continues .000 or/and 5 years noise pollution imprisonment.Discharge of oil into RM 500.

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as per described and shown in the EIA report only. 000. permanently or conditionally or for a specified period upon non-compliance. 5 Development type. Compliance reports to be submitted to the DOE every 3 months.00) or imprisonment for not more than five (5) years or both and an additional fine of one thousand ringgit (RM 1.000. size. and location. . 4 Any non-compliance can be fined not more than one hundred thousand ringgit (RM100.00) for each day the non- compliance continues. as well as additional conditions issued by the DOE.NO DOE EIA APPROVAL CONDITIONS 1 Full compliance to the EIA Approval Conditions within 2 weeks after project commenced. 3 Director General may issue a stop work order. 2 To provide evidence of the implementation and compliance to the mitigation and abatement measures described in the EIA report.

NO DOE EIA APPROVAL CONDITIONS 6 Layout Plan to incorporate mitigation and abatement measures described in the EIA report. 10 To provide buffer zone between residential and industrial areas as per “Guidelines for Siting and Zoning of Industries. 7 Mitigation and abatement measures to prevent soil erosion to be part of contract documents. . 9 No heavy industries allowed. 1996.” 11 To discuss proposed industries with the DOE prior to the sale of industrial lots. 8 Blasting works not permitted without prior approval of the DOE and Department of Lands and Mines. Layout plan to be submitted to the DOE for review and Town and Country Planning Department for approval.

drainage and sewerage systems to be submitted to the Local Authority for prior approval. 13 Set-backs reserved for road building as specified by the Department of Town and Country Planning. This area to be landscaped/shaded. to face the said river. 17 To provide pedestrian and bicycle paths for public facilities. Layout plan and details related to road. drainage and sewerage system design should minimize potential impacts. if possible.NO DOE EIA APPROVAL CONDITIONS 12 Road. 16 The front of buildings / housings nearby river banks. This area to be landscaped/shaded. 14 Buffer zone (20 meters) to be provided between the centralized sewage treatment plant site and the nearest building. . 15 Set-backs parallel to each side of the main roads within the project area to be provided. as specified by the Local Authority.

. drainage system and the final discharge point. 21 Detailed report on mitigation and abatement measures proposed in the EIA report for every stage of the project to be submitted to the DOE for approval (1 month before project commences). 20 No restrictions or closure of watercourses within the site are allowed. 22 Drainage system plan showing the locations of detention pond. 19 River / watercourse reserves as specified by the Department of Irrigation and Drainage to be provided. which has been approved and verified by the Department of Irrigation and Drainage to be submitted to the DOE prior to the commencement of earthworks.NO DOE EIA APPROVAL CONDITIONS 18 The original topography and trees within the area should be maintained and the layout of buildings and roads should follow the natural topography. sediment traps.

27 Total area allocated for earthworks at any given time to take into account the potential for soil erosion and the time required to stabilize the area.NO DOE EIA APPROVAL CONDITIONS 23 Layout plan. and identifies the final treated effluent discharge point to be submitted to the DOE prior to project commencement. which has taken into account the findings of the EIA study. and approved by the Department of Town and Country Planning and Local Authorities to be submitted to the DOE for compliance review. 26 Development to occur in phases and land clearing for each phase to commence upon completion of the previous phase. . 25 Cut vegetation to be collected for composting and kept away from watercourses. 24 Centralized sewage treatment system plan which has been approved and certified by the Department of Sewerage Services.

29 Sediment ponds. . the design for which to be approved by the Department of Irrigation and Drainage (5% of project area). 31 Detention pond for flood control to be provided with earthwork for each phase. silt traps and drainage system for channeling surface run-off to be provided prior to the commencement of earthworks. 33 Open/exposed spaces to be turfed. 32 Log book to be prepared and kept for compliance review by the DOE. 30 Sediment ponds and detention ponds to be maintained properly (limit 100mg/l) Monitoring report to be submitted to the Department of Environment every 3 months.NO DOE EIA APPROVAL CONDITIONS 28 Measures for prevention and control of soil erosion and siltation to be implemented. stating the weather conditions (clear / rain) at the time of earthworks.

36 Earthworks machinery and vehicles’ wheels to be washed before going onto public roads.NO DOE EIA APPROVAL CONDITIONS 34 Roads to be paved prior to the commencement of earthworks. Roads to be well- maintained at all times. Analysis to be conducted by a SAMM accredited laboratory. . especially access roads for heavy vehicles to be wetted down to minimize dust. 39 Open burning of construction waste and cut vegetation is prohibited. 38 Temporary toilets (JPP specs) to be provided for workers and workers quarters prior to the start of construction works. 37 Effluent discharge monitoring report to be submitted to the DOE (Standard A/B. every 3 months). 35 Land surface .

44 River water quality monitoring to be conducted upstream and downstream (BOD. SS.DO.NO DOE EIA APPROVAL CONDITIONS 40 Written approval from the Director General to be obtained for the installation of fuel burning equipment. 41 Solid waste management system to be provided. Report every 3 months. 43 Boundary noise to be controlled so as not to exceed 65 dB (A) during daytime and 55 dB (A) during nighttime. 42 Scheduled waste management in accordance with the Environmental Quality (Scheduled Waste) Regulations 1989. . COD. AN. . pH & Heavy metals). PU (A) 139. 45 Environmental Compliance Audit Study to be submitted to the DOE every 3 months.

as necessary. 49 EIA Approval Conditions valid for 2 years from the date of approval letter. . EMP to be reviewed and updated from time to time. the EIA Approval is void. 48 A copy of the EIA Approval Conditions to be clearly displayed at site. If the project is not implemented within this period.NO DOE EIA APPROVAL CONDITIONS 46 Environmental Management Plan (EMP) to be provided and submitted to the DOE. 47 An officer to be fully responsible for environmental management to be included in the organizational structure.

the construction of foundations or felling of trees or any other act of dealing with or disturbing any land Penalties  Fine RM 50. levelling. piling. filling with any material.Section 70A (Subsection 1) No person shall commence or carry out or permit to be commenced or carried earthworks without having first submitted to the local authority thereto Subsection 18 “Earthworks” includes any act of excavation.000 or/and 5 yrs imprisonment. RM500/day for each day if offence continues .

Section 71 The penalty for the person responsible for failure of any building or earthwork whether in the course of construction or after completion due to one or more of the following factors: a) Misconstruction or lack of proper supervision during construction b) Misdesign or miscalculation c) Misuse Penalties  Fine RM 500.000 or/and 10 yrs imprisonment .

Section 69 & 70 (River/ Public drain/ culvert) No person is allowed to place/discharge any pollutant into or on the banks of the river. public drain or culvert or any other waterbody Penalties  Fine RM 5. RM500/day if offence continues .000 or/and 2 yrs imprisonment.

000 or/and 6 mths imprisonment. resident or tenant of any house or land. Penalties  Fine RM 1.Section 74 Owner. who allows any part of the property to be covered with excessive shrubs and deemed dirty is liable for action. RM100/day if offence continues .

• LAND CONSERVATION ACT •NATIONAL LAND CODE •WATERS ACT 1920 .

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Temporal Trend for TSS at USJ Heights & Pinggiran USJ Temporal Trend for TSS at Ara Damansara 700 250 600 200 500 TSS (mg/l) TSS (mg/l) 150 400 300 100 200 50 100 0 0 Jul-08 Oct-08 Jan-09 Apr-09 Jul-09 Oct-09 Jul-08 Oct-08 Jan-09 Apr-09 Jul-09 Oct-09 Month Month DSB 01 DSB 04 RT EN 8 Standard B Pond 01 Pond 02 AD ST03 Standard A Temporal Trend for TSS at Putra Heights Temporal Trend for TSS at Nilai Utama Enterprise Park 90 160 80 140 70 120 60 TSS (mg/l) TSS (mg/l) 100 50 80 40 60 30 40 20 20 10 0 0 Jul-08 Oct-08 Jan-09 Apr-09 Jul-09 Oct-09 Jul-08 Oct-08 Jan-09 Apr-09 Jul-09 Oct-09 Month Month NU ST01 NU ST02 Standard A PH ST02A PH ST02B Allowable Limit .

Temporal Trend for TSS at Denai Alam Temporal Trend for TSS at Bukit Jelutong 500 120 450 100 400 350 80 TSS (mg/l) TSS (mg/l) 300 250 60 200 40 150 100 20 50 0 0 Jul-08 Oct-08 Jan-09 Apr-09 Jul-09 Oct-09 Jul-08 Oct-08 Jan-09 Apr-09 Jul-09 Oct-09 Month SB03 SB09 ST06 Month Pond SB14 Pond B Pond D Standard B STN 04W STN 05W Standard B .

Temporal Trend for Iron 30 25 20 Iron (mg/l) 15 10 5 0 Sep-08 Dec-08 Mar-09 Jun-09 Sep-09 Month PH E01 PH E02A PH E02B Standard B Temporal Trend for SS 2000 1800 1600 1400 SS (mg/l) 1200 1000 800 600 400 200 0 Sep-08 Dec-08 Mar-09 Jun-09 Sep-09 Month PH E01 PH E02A PH E02B Standard B .

4 7 1.2 1 0 0 Sep-08 Dec-08 Mar-09 Jun-09 Sep-09 Sep-08 Dec-08 Mar-09 Jun-09 Sep-09 Month Month NU E01 Standard A NU E01 Standard A .8 4 0. Temporal Trend for BOD Temporal Trend for COD 30 100 25 80 20 COD (mg/l) 60 BOD (mg/l) 15 40 10 20 5 0 0 Sep-08 Dec-08 Mar-09 Jun-09 Sep-09 Sep-08 Dec-08 Mar-09 Jun-09 Sep-09 Month Month NU E01 Standard A NU E01 Standard A Temporal Trend for Copper Temporal Trend for O&G 8 1.4 2 0.6 3 0.2 6 1 O&G (mg/l) 5 Copper (mg/l) 0.

000 NH3-N (mg/l) 300. Temporal Trend for BOD Temporal Trend for O&G 70 6 60 5 50 4 O&G (mg/l) BOD (mg/l) 40 3 30 2 20 10 1 0 0 Sep-08 Dec-08 Mar-09 Jun-09 Sep-09 Sep-08 Dec-08 Mar-09 Jun-09 Sep-09 Month Month PU W01 PU W02 Class III.000 2 50. NWQS Temporal Trend for NH3-N Temporal Trend for E.000 4 150.000 10 350.000 12 400. NWQS .000 E. NWQS PU W01 PU W02 Class III.000 6 200. coli (cfu/100 ml) 8 250.000 0 0 Sep-08 Dec-08 Mar-09 Jun-09 Sep-09 Sep-08 Dec-08 Mar-09 Jun-09 Sep-09 Month Month PU W01 PU W02 Class III. coli 14 450. NWQS PU W01 PU W02 Class III.000 100.

NWQS PU W01 PU W02 Class III. NWQS . Temporal Trend for DO Temporal Trend for COD 9 120 8 100 7 6 80 DO (mg/l) COD (mg/l) 5 60 4 3 40 2 20 1 0 0 Sep-08 Dec-08 Mar-09 Jun-09 Sep-09 Sep-08 Dec-08 Mar-09 Jun-09 Sep-09 Month Month PU W01 PU W02 Class III.

Temporal Trend for TSP at USJ Heights & Temporal Trend for TSP at Ara Damansara Pinggiran USJ 300 300 250 250 200 TSP (µg/m3) TSP (µg/m3) 200 PU AD A01 150 A01 150 100 100 50 50 0 0 Sep-08 Dec-08 Mar-09 Jun-09 Sep-09 Sep-08 Dec-08 Mar-09 Jun-09 Sep-09 Month Month Temporal Trend for TSP at Putra Heights Temporal Trend for TSP at Nilai Utama Enterprise Park 300 300 250 250 TSP (µg/m3) PH 200 TSP (µg/m3) 200 NU A01 PH 150 A01 150 A02 PH 100 100 A03 50 50 0 0 Sep-08 Dec-08 Mar-09 Jun-09 Sep-09 Sep-08 Dec-08 Mar-09 Jun-09 Sep-09 Month Month .

Temporal Trend for PM10 at Denai Alam Temporal Trend for PM10 at Bukit Jelutong 160 160 140 AN1 140 120 AN2 120 PM10 (µg/m3) PM10 (µg/m3) AN1 100 AN3 100 80 80 AN2 AN4 60 60 RMAQ 40 G 40 20 20 0 0 Sep-08 Dec-08 Mar-09 Jun-09 Sep-09 Sep-08 Dec-08 Mar-09 Jun-09 Sep-09 Month Month .

66 Temporal Trend for Daytime Leq at USJ Heights & Pinggiran USJ 64 62 Leq (dB(A)) 60 PU N01 58 Allowable Limit 56 54 52 50 Sep-08 Dec-08 Month Mar-09 Jun-09 Sep-09 Temporal Trend for Nighttime Leq at USJ Heights & Pinggiran USJ 60 50 40 Leq (dB(A)) PU N01 30 Allowable Limit 20 10 0 Sep-08 Dec-08 Month Mar-09 Jun-09 Sep-09 .

Temporal Trend for Daytime Leq at Putra Heights 70 60 50 Leq (dB(A)) PH N01 40 PH N02 30 PH N03 20 Allowable Limit 10 0 Sep-08 Dec-08 Mar-09 Month Jun-09 Sep-09 Temporal Trend for Nighttime Leq at Putra Heights 70 60 50 Leq (dB(A)) PH N01 40 PH N02 30 PH N03 Allowable Limit 20 10 0 Sep-08 Dec-08 Month Mar-09 Jun-09 Sep-09 .

Temporal Trend for Daytime Leq at Nilai Utama Enterprise Park 70 60 50 Leq (dB(A)) NU N01 40 Allowable Limit 30 20 10 0 Sep-08 Dec-08 Month Mar-09 Jun-09 Sep-09 Temporal Trend for Nighttime Leq at Nilai Utama Enterprise Park 70 60 50 Leq (dB(A)) NU N01 40 Allowable Limit 30 20 10 0 Sep-08 Dec-08 Month Mar-09 Jun-09 Sep-09 .

Temporal Trend for Daytime Leq at Denai Alam 80 70 60 Leq (dB(A)) 50 AN1 AN2 40 Allowable Limit 30 20 10 0 Sep-08 Dec-08 Month Mar-09 Jun-09 Sep-09 Temporal Trend for Nighttime Leq at Denai Alam 70 60 50 Leq (dB(A)) AN1 40 AN2 30 Allowable Limit 20 10 0 Sep-08 Dec-08 Mar-09 Month Jun-09 Sep-09 .

Temporal Trend for Daytime Leq at Bukit Jelutong 80 70 60 Leq (dB(A)) AN1 50 AN2 40 AN3 30 AN4 20 Allowable Limit 10 0 Sep-08 Dec-08 Month Mar-09 Jun-09 Sep-09 Temporal Trend for Nighttime Leq at Bukit Jelutong 70 60 50 Leq (dB(A)) AN1 40 AN2 30 AN3 20 AN4 10 Allowable Limit 0 Sep-08 Dec-08 Month Mar-09 Jun-09 Sep-09 .

Total Number of Non-Compliance per Quarter Non-Compliance 80 70 60 50 Number of Non 40 30 20 10 0 Q3 2008 Q4 2008 Q1 2009 Q2 2009 Q3 2009 Quarter .

Non-Compliance (%) Silt Trap 1% Audit Effluent 23% 17% Noise 5% River 54% .

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as a pre-requisite to Environmental Management Plan  Prepare environmental control plan for defined segment of the site for larger site or a whole-of –site for smaller site  Base the measures in the plan on best practices  Update the plan regularly . An environmental management system should be in place.

paying particular attention to protecting slopes  Keep vehicles to well defined haul road  Rehabilitate cleared areas promptly i. Schedule measures to avoid and reduce erosion by phasing the work program to minimise land disturbance in the planning and design stage  Keep the areas of land cleared to a minimum and the period of time areas remained cleared to a minimum  Base control measures to manage erosion on the vulnerability of cleared land to soil loss.e turfing .

 Reduce water velocities (check dams)  Retain vegetation covers and trees as much as possible  Create buffer zones . Minimise the quantity of uncontaminated stormwater entering cleared areas  Establish cut-off or intercept drains to redirect stormwater away from cleared areas and slopes to stable (vegetated) areas or effective treatment installations.

maintenance and cleaning program for sediment run-off structures  Ensure contingency plans are in place for unusual storm events  Contruct and maintain the efficiency of silt traps and ponds  Provide a series of detention or retention ponds to minimise flooding . Install erosion and sediment control measures before any construction begins  Identify drainage lines and install  Establish an adequate inspection.

 Provide temporary toilets specified by JPP for site workers  Proper storage of oil and grease to prevent unwanted spillage  Provide closed waste bin and proper waste collection  Proper disposal of biomass. domestic and construction waste  Provide STP to treat sewage effluent .

generators and pneumatic tolls with sound-reduction should be used  All plant or equipment to be switched off when not in use  Allow buffer zones  Enclose any noisy equipment  Advise local resident when unavoidable noisy work need to be carried out (blasting) . Restrict operational hours  Make sure all equipments are well maintained and complies with relevant noise and emission control legislation  Mobile compressors.

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