Progress of Environment Safeguards. 23 April 2012. GMS-SCCP. ADB Loan No. 2373-CAM(SF) / AusAID Grant No.0096-CAM. Egis International CS Consultant Mr. Andre Drockur Project Manager Mr. Khagnh Sitnarit Highway Engineer/NTL. MPWT/PMU3 Mr. Chhin Kong Hean Project Coordinator
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23 April 2012
ADB Loan No. 2373-CAM(SF) / AusAID Grant No.0096-CAM
Mr. Andre Drockur
Mr. Khagnh Sitnarit
Mr. Chhin Kong Hean
Mr. Pheng Sovicheano
Mr. Sar Vutha
Lim Sarin & SWEE JV
Mr. Ung Kotaro
Mr. Bun Meng
Kuy Leang Ky
Mr. Khoun Chamroeun
Construction Supervision Phase
4.1 Conclusions and Recommendations from the 1st Report
Based on the 1st Environmental Compliance Report for NR 33, August 2011, the following conclusions and recommendations was reported:
Activities on the improvement of NR 33 are on its initial stage. As stated, the Contractor started to familiarize themselves with environmental requirements, particularly on the implementation of the Environmental Management Plan and the Environmental Monitoring Plan enclosed in the Contract Document. Monthly reports will be submitted by the contractor to the PMU3 and CSC regarding the result of their self-monitoring activities on the environmental and social aspects of the project (Clause 22.214.171.124 of the Contract Document).
In addition to the EMP and EMOP, Initial findings are reflected in this Environmental Compliance Report which will be relayed to the contractor for them to give attention on its compliance.
The contractor should start the implementation of the Environmental Management Plan and the Environmental Monitoring Plan at this early stage of the project. Should there be problems encountered in its implementation, the contractor can discuss it during Coordination Meetings with the presence of PMU3 and the CSC for proper guidance. Monthly reports with proper documentation should be submitted to the PMU3 and CSC.
4.2 Conclusions and Recommendations from the 2nd Report
Based on the Quarterly Progress Report No. 1, Environmental Compliance Report for NR33, October 2011, the following conclusions and recommendations was reported:
Positive and negatives impacts were observed at this stage which is inherent to infrastructure projects.
With the on-going road maintenance being undertaken, significant benefits are already realized particularly in terms of travel time when traversing NR 33. This has been reduced from an average of 80 minutes to 25 minutes. Associated positive impacts that were enhanced are reduced fuel and maintenance cost of vehicles, reduced emissions, public safety as potholes have been minimized, generation of employment and increased economic activity.
4.2.1 Conclusions (continue)
Negative impacts like dust, noise, muddy road, silt-laden run off, wastes and those due to borrow pit operation are manageable by continuous implementation of the EMP and recommendations provided below.
The recommendations are provided in the below table for compliance by both Contractors of NR33&CBF and other concerned parties.
Contractors submitted the Environmental Compliance Statements along with their Monthly Progress Report each every month to CSC for review and recommendation.
And the status of compliance and action taken by Contractors under the supervision of CSC are given in the following table: