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Envir<strong>on</strong>ment Agency- Abu DhabiUpdate of Envir<strong>on</strong>mental Permitting Proceduresand Guidelines<str<strong>on</strong>g>Guidance</str<strong>on</strong>g> <strong>on</strong> Envir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong> <strong>Plans</strong>Eng. Salem Al BraikDeputy Manager of Inspecti<strong>on</strong>sLaunch Cerem<strong>on</strong>yM<strong>on</strong>day, 26 April 20101


OverviewTechnical <str<strong>on</strong>g>Guidance</str<strong>on</strong>g> Documents have been updated for thefollowing Envir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong> <strong>Plans</strong> (EMPs):• C<strong>on</strong>structi<strong>on</strong> Envir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong> Plan (CEMP)• Operati<strong>on</strong> Envir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong> Plan (OEMP)• Decommissi<strong>on</strong>ing Envir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong> Plan (DEMP)• Envir<strong>on</strong>mental Acti<strong>on</strong> Plan (EAP)Technical <str<strong>on</strong>g>Guidance</str<strong>on</strong>g> Documents outline the requirements fordeveloping EMPs for review and evaluati<strong>on</strong> by EADThe following presentati<strong>on</strong> will provide an overview of eachof the EMPs (including EAP) and the informati<strong>on</strong> presentedin the relevant Technical <str<strong>on</strong>g>Guidance</str<strong>on</strong>g> DocumentEnvir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong> <strong>Plans</strong>2


Why are EMPs required?As the competent authority for implementati<strong>on</strong> of FederalLaw No.24 within the Abu Dhabi Emirate, EAD may requirea prop<strong>on</strong>ent to submit an EMP or EAP as a mechanism for:• C<strong>on</strong>trolling envir<strong>on</strong>mental impacts throughout the c<strong>on</strong>structi<strong>on</strong>,commissi<strong>on</strong>ing, i i operati<strong>on</strong>al and decommissi<strong>on</strong>ing i i phases of a project• Avoiding or abating polluti<strong>on</strong> at a site or facility and protecting theenvir<strong>on</strong>mentEnvir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong> <strong>Plans</strong>3


Who prepares EMPs?EMPs should be prepared by an EAD-approved c<strong>on</strong>sultantengaged by the project prop<strong>on</strong>entFor the CEMP, OEMP and DEMP, the c<strong>on</strong>sultant mustinclude:• All of the details and requirements stipulated by EAD, as per theTechnical <str<strong>on</strong>g>Guidance</str<strong>on</strong>g> Documents• Method statements from c<strong>on</strong>tractors undertaking the proposed works(in cases where the c<strong>on</strong>tractor has yet to be selected, the c<strong>on</strong>tractormust indicate their commitment to the approved CEMP at a later date)For the EAP, the c<strong>on</strong>sultant must:• Determine the most appropriate p corrective acti<strong>on</strong>s based <strong>on</strong> theidentified issues, which may include a combinati<strong>on</strong> of engineering oradministrative c<strong>on</strong>trols, and potentially remedial or clean-up activities.• Include a level of detail in the EAP based <strong>on</strong> the significance, impact,number and complexity of the issues and that of the corrective acti<strong>on</strong>snecessary to resolve them.Envir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong> <strong>Plans</strong>4


C<strong>on</strong>structi<strong>on</strong> Envir<strong>on</strong>. <strong>Management</strong> Plan (CEMP)What is a CEMP?The CEMP is a site-specific plan developed to ensure thatappropriate envir<strong>on</strong>mental management practices arefollowed during the c<strong>on</strong>structi<strong>on</strong> phase of a projectThe CEMP:• Specifies the roles and resp<strong>on</strong>sibilities of pers<strong>on</strong>nel involved with allaspects of the c<strong>on</strong>structi<strong>on</strong> activities• Identifies the potential envir<strong>on</strong>mental impacts and mitigati<strong>on</strong>measures that will be used to address them• Establishes procedures for audits, m<strong>on</strong>itoring and inspecti<strong>on</strong>s• Specifies training, recordkeeping and document requirementsEnvir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong> <strong>Plans</strong>5


C<strong>on</strong>structi<strong>on</strong> Envir<strong>on</strong>. <strong>Management</strong> Plan (CEMP)When is a CEMP required?As a general guideline, a CEMP is usually required for:• Industrial facilities that c<strong>on</strong>tain manufacturing processes• Residential and commercial development projects• Development and infrastructure projects (e.g. railways, ports, airports,waste management facilities, water and sanitati<strong>on</strong> facilities, etc)• Power projects (e.g. power and desalinati<strong>on</strong> plants, geothermal plants,renewable energy facilities)• Any project required by EAD to perform an envir<strong>on</strong>mental study orotherwise required to obtain a license to operateThe CEMP must be submitted to EAD for approval prior tothe scheduled beginning of c<strong>on</strong>structi<strong>on</strong>Envir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong> <strong>Plans</strong>6


C<strong>on</strong>structi<strong>on</strong> Envir<strong>on</strong>. <strong>Management</strong> Plan (CEMP)Technical <str<strong>on</strong>g>Guidance</str<strong>on</strong>g> DocumentSecti<strong>on</strong> 1 – Background Informati<strong>on</strong>• Definiti<strong>on</strong> of CEMP• Objective of the CEMP• Applicability and Approach• Preparati<strong>on</strong> and Submissi<strong>on</strong> of the CEMP• Review of the CEMPSecti<strong>on</strong> 2 – Required C<strong>on</strong>tent and Recommended Format• Includes a recommended format for the Table of C<strong>on</strong>tents• Provides discussi<strong>on</strong> of the required c<strong>on</strong>tent of each secti<strong>on</strong>Envir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong> <strong>Plans</strong>7


C<strong>on</strong>structi<strong>on</strong> Envir<strong>on</strong>. <strong>Management</strong> Plan (CEMP)Recommended FormatSecti<strong>on</strong> 1 – Project or Industry Title Page• Include c<strong>on</strong>tact details of the c<strong>on</strong>sultant, prop<strong>on</strong>ent and c<strong>on</strong>tractorSecti<strong>on</strong> 2 – Distributi<strong>on</strong> List• Can be used to establish communicati<strong>on</strong> channels that will enablemore effective c<strong>on</strong>trol of envir<strong>on</strong>mental issuesSecti<strong>on</strong> 3 – Introducti<strong>on</strong>• Brief overview of the project and scope of workSecti<strong>on</strong> 4 – Project Descripti<strong>on</strong>• Locati<strong>on</strong>• Scope• Overall Project and Planned C<strong>on</strong>structi<strong>on</strong> Activities• Project Schedule and Milest<strong>on</strong>esEnvir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong> <strong>Plans</strong>8


C<strong>on</strong>structi<strong>on</strong> Envir<strong>on</strong>. <strong>Management</strong> Plan (CEMP)Recommended FormatSecti<strong>on</strong> 5 – Envir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong>• Policy StatementDescribe the prop<strong>on</strong>ent’s commitment to envir<strong>on</strong>mental protecti<strong>on</strong>• Envir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong> SystemsDiscuss the ways in which the CEMP corresp<strong>on</strong>ds to the prop<strong>on</strong>ent’s EMS• Roles and Resp<strong>on</strong>sibilitiesOutline the chain of command and resp<strong>on</strong>sibilities of pers<strong>on</strong>nel in relati<strong>on</strong> toimplementati<strong>on</strong>, ti management and review• Regulati<strong>on</strong>s and RequirementsDetail the legal framework and regulati<strong>on</strong>s to be adhered to• Envir<strong>on</strong>mental Awareness TrainingOverview of prop<strong>on</strong>ent’s systematic program to ensure that employees are aware of theCEMP and other envir<strong>on</strong>mental requirements• Document Review and UpdatesEstablish procedures for the periodic review of the CEMP to ensure c<strong>on</strong>tents are currentand that it is being properly implemented• Envir<strong>on</strong>mental Commitments• Coordinati<strong>on</strong> with External Entities and Addressing ComplaintsDescripti<strong>on</strong>s of corresp<strong>on</strong>dence with parties potentially affected by c<strong>on</strong>structi<strong>on</strong> activities9


C<strong>on</strong>structi<strong>on</strong> Envir<strong>on</strong>. <strong>Management</strong> Plan (CEMP)Recommended FormatSecti<strong>on</strong> 6 – Envir<strong>on</strong>mental Impacts• Outline specific c<strong>on</strong>structi<strong>on</strong> activities and potential envir<strong>on</strong>mentalimpacts to the site or surroundings• Explain the methodology used for determining significance of impacts• If an envir<strong>on</strong>mental study was undertaken prior to preparati<strong>on</strong> of theCEMP, include any identified impacts from the study in the CEMP• If previous envir<strong>on</strong>mental studies are unavailable, the CEMP shouldinclude an analysis of potential impacts and their significance• Envir<strong>on</strong>mental impacts that must be addressed include:Air Emissi<strong>on</strong>Surface WaterSoil and GroundwaterTerrestrial EcologyMarine EcologyNoise and Vibrati<strong>on</strong>TrafficWaste <strong>Management</strong>Other Envir<strong>on</strong>mental C<strong>on</strong>diti<strong>on</strong>s and SystemsEnvir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong> <strong>Plans</strong>10


C<strong>on</strong>structi<strong>on</strong> Envir<strong>on</strong>. <strong>Management</strong> Plan (CEMP)Recommended FormatSecti<strong>on</strong> 7 – Envir<strong>on</strong>mental Mitigati<strong>on</strong> Measures• The c<strong>on</strong>sultant / c<strong>on</strong>tractor must prepare and implement c<strong>on</strong>trol plansfor the following elements:Air QualityWaste <strong>Management</strong>Erosi<strong>on</strong> and Sediment Health and SafetySoil and Groundwater C<strong>on</strong>taminati<strong>on</strong> Chemical and Hazardous Materials <strong>Management</strong>Terrestrial Ecology C<strong>on</strong>tingency PlanWater Quality and Marine Ecology Emergency ege <strong>Management</strong> age e PlanNoise and Vibrati<strong>on</strong> Security PlanTraffic Infrastructure Plan• Include site-specific mitigati<strong>on</strong> measures for the applicableenvir<strong>on</strong>mental comp<strong>on</strong>ents• Mitigati<strong>on</strong> strategies should be based <strong>on</strong> best available managementpractices and technologies• CEMP must include measures that will be performed and that can beaudited to determine their effectivenessi.e. It is not sufficient to solely provide a list of possible mitigati<strong>on</strong> measures that will beused at the c<strong>on</strong>tractors discreti<strong>on</strong> 11


C<strong>on</strong>structi<strong>on</strong> Envir<strong>on</strong>. <strong>Management</strong> Plan (CEMP)Recommended FormatSecti<strong>on</strong> 8 – M<strong>on</strong>itoring and Auditing• Envir<strong>on</strong>mental Performance M<strong>on</strong>itoringDiscuss how potential impacts will be m<strong>on</strong>itoredDetail corrective acti<strong>on</strong>s to be implemented in the case of n<strong>on</strong>-complianceIdentify frequency and c<strong>on</strong>tent of m<strong>on</strong>itoring reports• Reporting RequirementsIncluding the frequency and c<strong>on</strong>tent of required reportseg e.g. Pre-operati<strong>on</strong> compliance reports, incident reports, periodic or annual performancereports, auditing reports, n<strong>on</strong>-compliance reports, corrective acti<strong>on</strong> reports, etcSecti<strong>on</strong> 9 – Documentati<strong>on</strong>Secti<strong>on</strong> 10 – AnnexesEnvir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong> <strong>Plans</strong>12


Operati<strong>on</strong> Envir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong> Plan (OEMP)What is an OEMP?The OEMP is a site-, project- or industry-specific plandeveloped to ensure that appropriate envir<strong>on</strong>mentalmanagement practices are followed during thecommissi<strong>on</strong>ing and operati<strong>on</strong> phases of a projectThe OEMP:• Documents procedures to m<strong>on</strong>itor and c<strong>on</strong>trol envir<strong>on</strong>mental impacts• Provides a mechanism to resp<strong>on</strong>se to change in projectimplementati<strong>on</strong> and to obtain feedback for c<strong>on</strong>tinual improvement inenvir<strong>on</strong>mental performanceEnvir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong> <strong>Plans</strong>13


Operati<strong>on</strong> Envir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong> Plan (OEMP)When is an OEMP required?As a general guideline, an OEMP is usually required for:• Industrial facilities that c<strong>on</strong>tain manufacturing processes• Development and infrastructure projects (e.g. railways, ports, airports,waste management facilities, water and sanitati<strong>on</strong> facilities, etc)• Power projects (e.g. power and desalinati<strong>on</strong> plants, geothermal plants,renewable energy facilities)• Any project required by EAD to obtain a license to operateThe OEMP must be submitted to EAD for approval no laterthan <strong>on</strong>e m<strong>on</strong>th prior to the commencement of operati<strong>on</strong>(unless otherwise agreed)Envir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong> <strong>Plans</strong>14


Operati<strong>on</strong> Envir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong> Plan (OEMP)Technical <str<strong>on</strong>g>Guidance</str<strong>on</strong>g> DocumentSimilar structure to the <str<strong>on</strong>g>Guidance</str<strong>on</strong>g> Document for CEMPSecti<strong>on</strong> 1 – Background Informati<strong>on</strong>• Definiti<strong>on</strong> of OEMP• Objective of the OEMP• Applicability and Approach• Preparati<strong>on</strong> and Submissi<strong>on</strong> of the OEMP• Review of the OEMPSecti<strong>on</strong> 2 – Required C<strong>on</strong>tent t and Recommended d Format• Includes a recommended format for the Table of C<strong>on</strong>tents• Provides discussi<strong>on</strong> of the required c<strong>on</strong>tent of each chapterEnvir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong> <strong>Plans</strong>15


Operati<strong>on</strong> Envir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong> Plan (OEMP)Recommended FormatSame as the recommended format for CEMP• Chapter 1 – Project or Industry Title Page• Chapter 2 – Distributi<strong>on</strong> List• Chapter 3 – Introducti<strong>on</strong>• Chapter 4 – Project Descripti<strong>on</strong>• Chapter 5 – Envir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong>• Chapter 6 – Envir<strong>on</strong>mental Impacts• Chapter 7 – Envir<strong>on</strong>mental Mitigati<strong>on</strong> Measures• Chapter 8 – M<strong>on</strong>itoring and Auditing• Chapter 9 – Documentati<strong>on</strong>• Chapter 10 – AnnexesEnvir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong> <strong>Plans</strong>16


Decommissi<strong>on</strong>ing Envir<strong>on</strong>. <strong>Management</strong> Plan (DEMP)What is a DEMP?The DEMP is a site-specific plan developed to ensure thatappropriate envir<strong>on</strong>mental management practices arefollowed during the decommissi<strong>on</strong>ing phases of a projectThe DEMP details all remediati<strong>on</strong>, restorati<strong>on</strong>, site c<strong>on</strong>troland m<strong>on</strong>itoring activities that will c<strong>on</strong>tinue <strong>on</strong>ce theimmediate decommissi<strong>on</strong>ing activities are completedThe DEMP is designed to eliminate l<strong>on</strong>g-term liability issuesrelated to the project site for the prop<strong>on</strong>entEnvir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong> <strong>Plans</strong>17


Decommissi<strong>on</strong>ing Envir<strong>on</strong>. <strong>Management</strong> Plan (DEMP)When is a DEMP required?As a general guideline, a DEMP is usually required during thedecommissi<strong>on</strong>ing phase of:• Projects originally required to submit an EIA• Projects involving buildings c<strong>on</strong>taminated with asbestos materialsand/or lead-based paint• Projects involving the removal of organic liquids, hazardous materials orhazardous wastes• Projects generating in excess of 100 m 3 in volume of waste• Projects in which more than 50% of exterior walls are demolished• Projects in which the land areas is greater than 2,000 m 2• Project sites in which residual impacts may pose a threat to theenvir<strong>on</strong>ment or in which c<strong>on</strong>taminati<strong>on</strong> levels exceed regulatory limits.However, applicati<strong>on</strong>s are reviewed <strong>on</strong> a case-by-case basisThe DEMP must be submitted to EAD for approval prior tothe scheduled commencement of decommissi<strong>on</strong>ing 18


Decommissi<strong>on</strong>ing Envir<strong>on</strong>. <strong>Management</strong> Plan (DEMP)Technical <str<strong>on</strong>g>Guidance</str<strong>on</strong>g> DocumentSimilar structure to the Technical <str<strong>on</strong>g>Guidance</str<strong>on</strong>g> Documents forCEMP and OEMPSecti<strong>on</strong> 1 – Background Informati<strong>on</strong>• Definiti<strong>on</strong> of DEMP• Objective of the DEMP• Applicability and Approach• Preparati<strong>on</strong> and Submissi<strong>on</strong> of the DEMP• Review of the DEMPSecti<strong>on</strong> 2 – Required C<strong>on</strong>tent and Recommended Format• Includes a recommended format for the Table of C<strong>on</strong>tents• Provides discussi<strong>on</strong> of the required c<strong>on</strong>tent of each chapterEnvir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong> <strong>Plans</strong>19


Decommissi<strong>on</strong>ing Envir<strong>on</strong>. <strong>Management</strong> Plan (DEMP)Recommended FormatSimilar to the recommended format for CEMP and OEMPAdditi<strong>on</strong>al chapter <strong>on</strong> L<strong>on</strong>g-Term <strong>Management</strong>• Chapter 1 – Project or Industry Title Page• Chapter 2 – Distributi<strong>on</strong> List• Chapter 3 – Introducti<strong>on</strong>• Chapter 4 – Project Descripti<strong>on</strong>• Chapter 5 – Envir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong>• Chapter 6 – Envir<strong>on</strong>mental Impacts• Chapter 7 – Envir<strong>on</strong>mental Mitigati<strong>on</strong> Measures• Chapter 8 – M<strong>on</strong>itoring and Auditing• Chapter 9 – L<strong>on</strong>g-Term <strong>Management</strong>• Chapter 10 – Documentati<strong>on</strong>• Chapter 11 – AnnexesEnvir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong> <strong>Plans</strong>20


Decommissi<strong>on</strong>ing Envir<strong>on</strong>. <strong>Management</strong> Plan (DEMP)Recommended FormatChapter 9 – L<strong>on</strong>g-Term <strong>Management</strong>• Envir<strong>on</strong>mental AssessmentEstablish an envir<strong>on</strong>mental assessment plan to determine the extent of residual impactsand risks posed to human health and ecology• M<strong>on</strong>itoring Residual Envir<strong>on</strong>mental ImpactsEstablish an envir<strong>on</strong>mental m<strong>on</strong>itoring plan for the measurement and assessment ofresidual impacts after completi<strong>on</strong> of immediate decommissi<strong>on</strong>ing activities• Remediati<strong>on</strong>Remediati<strong>on</strong> plans may be required following envir<strong>on</strong>mental assessmentMust be submitted separately from the DEMP• Ecological Restorati<strong>on</strong>Describe additi<strong>on</strong>al efforts that will be taken to restore impacted natural habitats to theirprevious c<strong>on</strong>diti<strong>on</strong>Envir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong> <strong>Plans</strong>21


Envir<strong>on</strong>mental Acti<strong>on</strong> Plan (EAP)What is an EAP?The EAP is a site-specific plan developed in resp<strong>on</strong>se to anissue being identified at a facility or project during aninspecti<strong>on</strong>.The EAP documents corrective and preventative measuresthat should be taken to resolve the identified issues andprevent reoccurrence.Envir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong> <strong>Plans</strong>22


Envir<strong>on</strong>mental Acti<strong>on</strong> Plan (EAP)When is an EAP required?An EAP may be required when an inspecti<strong>on</strong> or incidentindentifies an issue that has impacted, or has the potentialto significantly impact, human health or the envir<strong>on</strong>ment.Typically, the EAP is required to address problems in theareas of:• Worker health and safety• Air and water polluti<strong>on</strong> c<strong>on</strong>trol• Noise abatement• Solid and hazardous waste generati<strong>on</strong>• Hazardous materials management and• Resource use and c<strong>on</strong>servati<strong>on</strong>.Envir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong> <strong>Plans</strong>23


Envir<strong>on</strong>mental Acti<strong>on</strong> Plan (EAP)Technical <str<strong>on</strong>g>Guidance</str<strong>on</strong>g> DocumentSecti<strong>on</strong> 1 – Background Informati<strong>on</strong>• Definiti<strong>on</strong> of EAP• Objective of the EAP <str<strong>on</strong>g>Guidance</str<strong>on</strong>g> Document• Applicability and Approach• The Corrective Acti<strong>on</strong> Process and the EAP• Preparati<strong>on</strong> and Submissi<strong>on</strong> of the EAP• Review of the EAP, Follow-Up and ClosureSecti<strong>on</strong> 2 – Required C<strong>on</strong>tent and Recommended Format• Includes a recommended format for the Table of C<strong>on</strong>tents• Provides discussi<strong>on</strong> of the required c<strong>on</strong>tent of each chapterEnvir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong> <strong>Plans</strong>24


Envir<strong>on</strong>mental Acti<strong>on</strong> Plan (EAP)Recommended FormatChapter 1 – Facility Descripti<strong>on</strong> and Overview• C<strong>on</strong>tact Informati<strong>on</strong>• Site ActivitiesOverview of current activities at the site, with a focus <strong>on</strong> those activities having thepotential to create envir<strong>on</strong>mental impacts• Facility / Project Inspecti<strong>on</strong> / Audit ProgramDocument the process for identificati<strong>on</strong> and reporting of problem findingsChapter 2 – Summary of Problem Findings• Provide descripti<strong>on</strong>s of the source of the findings for which the EAP isbeing developed (e.g. inspecti<strong>on</strong>, audit, suggesti<strong>on</strong>, incident) and eachreported problem• Include additi<strong>on</strong>al background informati<strong>on</strong> <strong>on</strong> the problem to allowevaluati<strong>on</strong> of the nature and extent of the deficiencyEnvir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong> <strong>Plans</strong>25


Envir<strong>on</strong>mental Acti<strong>on</strong> Plan (EAP)Recommended FormatChapter 3 – Root Cause Analysis• Discussi<strong>on</strong> of c<strong>on</strong>tributing factors for each identified problem findingChapter 4 – Corrective Acti<strong>on</strong> Development• Selecti<strong>on</strong> of Corrective Acti<strong>on</strong>s• ScheduleDetail corrective acti<strong>on</strong>s to be taken for each problem findingCorrective Acti<strong>on</strong>s should be chosen based <strong>on</strong> their ability to fully resolve the finding andprevent reoccurrenceInclude a schedule with projects dates for initiating, completing and implementing eachcorrective acti<strong>on</strong> Chapter 5 – Closure and Effectiveness Review• Detail the process for verifying closure of the corrective acti<strong>on</strong>s• M<strong>on</strong>itor and assess the overall corrective acti<strong>on</strong> program foreffectiveness in reporting, evaluating, resolving and preventingreoccurrence of indentified problem findingsEnvir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong> <strong>Plans</strong>26


Envir<strong>on</strong>mental Acti<strong>on</strong> Plan (EAP)Recommended FormatChapter 6 – Recordkeeping Requirements and Documentati<strong>on</strong>• Include minimum requirements for maintaining copies of the EAP andrelated documents• e.g. audit reports, sampling and m<strong>on</strong>itoring data, reports submitted toEAD or other agenciesChapter 7 – EAP Annexes and Supporting Documentati<strong>on</strong>• Polluti<strong>on</strong> C<strong>on</strong>trol of Preventi<strong>on</strong> Technology Evaluati<strong>on</strong> or Implementati<strong>on</strong>• Envir<strong>on</strong>mental or Health Sampling or M<strong>on</strong>itoring• Remediati<strong>on</strong> of C<strong>on</strong>taminati<strong>on</strong>Envir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong> <strong>Plans</strong>27


Key ChangesGreater emphasis <strong>on</strong> the potential for envir<strong>on</strong>mental impactduring the decommissi<strong>on</strong>ing phases of facilities and projectswith the introducti<strong>on</strong> of a new Technical <str<strong>on</strong>g>Guidance</str<strong>on</strong>g> Documentfor DEMPEnvir<strong>on</strong>mental Baseline Audit (EBA) has been replaced by theEnvir<strong>on</strong>mental Acti<strong>on</strong> Plan (EAP) as a mechanism forimplementing corrective acti<strong>on</strong>s at existing facilities andproject sitesEmphasis <strong>on</strong> the requirement for site-specific CEMPs andOEMPsEnvir<strong>on</strong>mental <strong>Management</strong> <strong>Plans</strong>28


Thank YouThis c<strong>on</strong>cludes today’s presentati<strong>on</strong>sThank YouWe welcome questi<strong>on</strong>s and discussi<strong>on</strong>


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