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Integrated Ecosystem and Water Resources Management in the

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									Resettlement Plan




Huanghuagou Valley Environment Comprehensive Treatment Project Resettlement Plan
Document Stage: Draft
Project Number: P36437
March 2007



PRC: Integrated Ecosystem and Water Resources
     Management in the Baiyangdian Basin Project




Prepared by Plancenter Ltd., Finland in association with ANZDEC Ltd., New Zealand and
Institute of Environmental Management- Beijing Municipal Research Institute of
Environmental Protection, PRC



The resettlement plan is a document of the borrower. The views expressed herein do not necessarily
represent those of ADB’s Board of Directors, Management, or staff, and may be preliminary in nature.
                        APPENDIX D-15:

Huanghuagou Valley Environment Comprehensive Treatmenet Project
                       Resettlement Plan
 Huanghuagou Valley Environment Comprehensive Treatment Project Resettlement Plan



Asian Development Bank (ADB) TA4629-PRC
Integrated Ecosystem Management and
Environmental Protection of Baiyangdian Lake
Catchment Project




National High-Tech Industrial Zones, Baoding City


Huanghuagou Valley Environment Comprehensive
                          Treatment Project




                    Resettlement Plan




National High-Tech Industrial Zones Ltd., Baoding
                                      City
                                 March 2007
    Huanghuagou Valley Environment Comprehensive Treatment Project Resettlement Plan


                                                      Table of Contents
1     PROJECT INTRODUCTION............................................................................................ 1

    1.1    BRIEF INTRODUCTION OF THE PROJECT...............................................................................1

      1.1.1      Project Composition and Scope of Land Acquisition................................................1
      1.1.2      Project Impacts ........................................................................................................1

    1.2    PROJECT ESTIMATED SOCIO-ECONOMIC BENEFITS ..............................................................2

      1.2.1      Social Benefits .........................................................................................................2
      1.2.2      Environmental Benefits ............................................................................................3
      1.2.3      Economic Benefits ...................................................................................................3

    1.3    COST ESTIMATE AND IMPLEMENTATION PLAN .......................................................................3

2     PROJECT IMPACTS AND SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS OF THE PROJECT AREA..... 5

    2.1    RESOURCE STATUS ...........................................................................................................5

    2.2    INDUSTRY ECONOMY .........................................................................................................5

      2.2.1      The Secondary Industry Economy ...........................................................................5
      2.2.2      Agriculture Economy................................................................................................6
      2.2.3      The Tertiary Industry Economy ................................................................................6

    2.3    BASIC TREND OF FUTURE DEVELOPMENT............................................................................6

      2.3.1      Develop New-type Industry City...............................................................................6
      2.3.2      Enhance Environment Treatment, and Develop Environment Friendly Society .......7
      2.3.3      Strengthen Central City Construction.......................................................................7

    2.4    PROJECT SITE STATUS ......................................................................................................7

      2.4.1      Ash Field of Datang Thermal Power Plant in Baoding City ......................................8
      2.4.2      Beidakeng Landfill and Its Surrounding Area ...........................................................8

    2.5    PROJECT IMPACT AND BENEFICIAL AREA..............................................................................9

      2.5.1      Status of the Affected Areas.....................................................................................9
      2.5.2      Beneficial Areas of the Project ...............................................................................10

    2.6    PROJECT IMPACT.............................................................................................................10

      2.6.1      Permanent Land Acquisition .................................................................................. 11
      2.6.2      Temporary Land Occupation.................................................................................. 11
      2.6.3      Affected Enterprises .............................................................................................. 11
      2.6.4      Affected Villages ....................................................................................................12
      2.6.5      Affected Populations..............................................................................................12
      2.6.6      Affected Infrastructure ...........................................................................................13
      2.6.7      Cultural Relic and Mine Resources Affected by the Project ...................................13

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      2.6.8      Vulnerable Groups Affected by the Project.............................................................13
      2.6.9      Public opinion Survey ............................................................................................13

3     LEGAL FRAMEWORK AND POLICIES........................................................................ 16

    3.1    APPLICABLE LAWS, REGULATIONS & POLICIES FOR RESETTLEMENT ....................................16

    3.2    ADB POLICIES ................................................................................................................16

    3.3    CHINA’S LAWS, REGULATIONS AND RELEVANT ARTICLES .....................................................18

    3.4    COMPENSATION PRINCIPLES OF THIS PROJECT ..................................................................24

    3.5    COMPENSATION ELIGIBILITY CUT-OFF DATE .......................................................................24

    3.6    DEFINITION OF THE RESETTLEMENT RATE .........................................................................24

      3.6.1      Compensation Rate for the Affected Enterprise .....................................................24
      3.6.2      Compensation Rate for the Resettlement ..............................................................25
      3.6.3      Compensation Rate for the Permanent Collective Land Acquisition ......................25
      3.6.4      Compensation Rate for the Proprietors Related with Landfill Operation ................25
      3.6.5      Other Facilities Compensation Standard................................................................26
      3.6.6      Compensation Rate for the Special Items Reconstruction .....................................26
      3.6.7      Other Compensation Standard ..............................................................................26

    3.7    ENTITLEMENT MATRIX ......................................................................................................28

4     RESETTLEMENT MEASURES AND RESTORATION PLAN....................................... 30

    4.1    TASKS AND OBJECTIVES OF RESETTLEMENT ......................................................................30

      4.1.1      Resettlement Tasks ...............................................................................................30
      4.1.2      Resettlement Objectives........................................................................................30

    4.2    GUIDELINES AND PRINCIPLES FOR THE RESETTLEMENT PLAN .............................................31

      4.2.1      Guidelines for Resettlement Plan ..........................................................................31
      4.2.2      Principles for Resettlement Plan............................................................................31

    4.3    RESETTLEMENT SCHEMES ...............................................................................................31

      4.3.1      Resettlement Schemes for the Affected Enterprises ..............................................31
      4.3.2      Resettlement Schemes for the Affected Village Collective .....................................32
      4.3.3      Resettlement Schemes for the Affected Persons ...................................................32

    4.4    RESTORATION PLAN ........................................................................................................32

      4.4.1      Objectives of the Restoration Plan.........................................................................32
      4.4.2      Restoration Plan for the Proprietors.......................................................................33
      4.4.3      Other Supportive Policies ......................................................................................34

5     INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK................................................................................... 36

    5.1    INSTITUTION ESTABLISHMENT ...........................................................................................36

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    5.2     INSTITUTION COMPOSITION AND THEIR DUTIES ..................................................................36

      5.2.1        Project Resettlement Leading Group .....................................................................36
      5.2.2        Land Acquisition and Resettlement Office of Baoding City National High-tech
      Industrial Zone......................................................................................................................36
      5.2.3        Datang Thermal Power Plant in Baoding City ........................................................37
      5.2.4        Affected Village Committee and Affected Village Group.........................................37
      5.2.5        Project Design Agencies ........................................................................................37
      5.2.6        External Monitoring and Evaluation Agencies ........................................................38

    5.3     STAFF ARRANGEMENT .....................................................................................................38

    5.4     INSTITUTION CONNECTION ...............................................................................................39

    5.5     ENHANCEMENT MEASURES FOR RESETTLEMENT INSTITUTIONS ...........................................39

      5.5.1        Staffing...................................................................................................................39
      5.5.2        Training for Resettlement Officers .........................................................................39

6     PUBLIC PARTICIPATION AND GRIEVANCE REDRESS............................................. 41

    6.1     PUBLIC PARTICIPATION .....................................................................................................41

      6.1.1        Public Participation in the Project FSRs Period .....................................................41
      6.1.2        Public Participation in the Project Preparation Period ............................................42
      6.1.3        Resettlement Information Booklet ..........................................................................43

    6.2     PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PLAN ............................................................................................44

    6.3     GRIEVANCE REDRESS ......................................................................................................45

      6.3.1        Possible Grievance Redress Measures .................................................................45
      6.3.2        Grievance Redress Channel and Procedure .........................................................46

7     RESETTLEMENT COST ESTIMATE ............................................................................ 48

    7.1     DESIGN BASE AND PRINCIPLES .........................................................................................48

    7.2     RESETTLEMENT COST ESTIMATE ......................................................................................48

      7.2.1        Basic Costs............................................................................................................48
      7.2.2        Other Costs ...........................................................................................................49
      7.2.3        Contingencies........................................................................................................49

    7.3     FUND DISBURSEMENT......................................................................................................50

      7.3.1        Fund Disbursement Principles ...............................................................................50
      7.3.2        Fund Management.................................................................................................50

8     RESETTLEMENT IMPLEMENTATION PLAN............................................................... 52

    8.1     PRINCIPLES OF RESETTLEMENT IMPLEMENTATION ..............................................................52

    8.2     BASIC CONTENTS ............................................................................................................52


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    8.3    RESETTLEMENT IMPLEMENTATION PLAN ............................................................................52

      8.3.1      Confirmation of Demolished Physical Materials .....................................................52
      8.3.2      Approval of Demolition Procedures .......................................................................53
      8.3.3      Sign of Resettlement Agreement ...........................................................................53
      8.3.4      Schedule for Resettlement Implementation ...........................................................53

9     MONITORING AND EVALUATION ............................................................................... 55

    9.1    OBJECTIVES AND REQUIREMENTS OF MONITORING AND EVALUATION ...................................55

    9.2    INTERNAL MONITORING AND EVALUATION ..........................................................................55

    9.3    EXTERNAL MONITORING AND EVALUATION .........................................................................56

    9.4    MAIN DUTIES OF MONITORING AND EVALUATION ................................................................56

    9.5    SPECIAL CONSIDERATION .................................................................................................57

    9.6    CONTENT AND DISTRIBUTION OF THE EXTERNAL MONITORING REPORT................................57

    9.7    EVALUATION AFTER THE RESETTLEMENT ...........................................................................57

APPENDIX 1 OUTLINE OF EXTERNAL MONITORING .............................................................59

APPENDIX 2 RESETTLEMENT INFORMATION BOOKLET ......................................................63

APPENDIX 3 SUMMARY OF PUBLIC MEETING SUMMARY ....................................................77

APPENDIX 4 ATTACHED PICTURES.........................................................................................90




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                                                         List of Tables
TABLE 1-1 BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT COMPOSITION ................................................................ 1
TABLE 2-1 LAND UTILIZATION STATUS OF BEIDAKENG LANDFILL AND ITS SURROUNDING AREA ............. 9
TABLE 2-2 LAND ACQUISITION OF DATANG THERMAL POWER PLANT OF BAODING                                                   IN 1964 ............... 11
TABLE 2-3 SURVEY RESULTS OF PUBLIC OPINIONS .......................................................................... 14
TABLE 3-1 SUMMARY OF MAIN ARTICLES IN LAND ADMINISTRATION LAW AND RELEVANT POLICIES ..... 19
TABLE 3-2 REF. NO.GF [2004]28, REF. NO.GTZF [2004]238, JZ [2004]151 AND THEIR APPLICATION
      ............................................................................................................................................. 21
TABLE 3-3 RESETTLEMENT PRINCIPLES OF THE PROJECT ................................................................. 24
TABLE 3-4 COMPENSATION STANDARD FOR THE PROPRIETORS RELATED WITH LANDFILL OPERATION . 26
TABLE 3-5 OTHER COMPENSATION STANDARD OF THE PROJECT ....................................................... 26
TABLE 3-6 ENTITLEMENT MATRIX .................................................................................................... 28
TABLE 5-1 STAFF ARRANGEMENT IN RESETTLEMENT INSTITUTIONS INVOLVED IN THE PROJECT ........... 38
TABLE 6-1 PUBLIC PARTICIPATION DURING THE PERIOD OF PROJECT PREPARATION ........................... 43
TABLE 6-2 PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PLAN OF THE PROJECT ................................................................ 45
TABLE 7-1 RESETTLEMENT COMPENSATION COST ESTIMATE OF HUANGHUAGOU VALLEY PROJECT .... 48
TABLE 7-2 ESTIMATE OF OTHER COSTS IN THE PROJECT .................................................................. 49
TABLE 7-3 CONTINGENCIES ESTIMATE ............................................................................................. 49
TABLE 7-4 TOTAL LAND ACQUISITION AND RESETTLEMENT COSTS ESTIMATE OF THE PROJECT........... 50
TABLE 8-1 RESETTLEMENT IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE OF THE PROJECT ........................................ 54




                                                           List of Figures
FIGURE 2-1 ASH FIELD OF DATANG THERMAL POWER PLANT IN BAODING CITY ................................... 7
FIGURE 6-1 FLOW CHART OF THE GRIEVANCE REDRESS................................................................... 47




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                                       Foreword

National High-tech Industrial Zones, Baoding City (hereinafter “Baoding National
High-tech Zone” for short), which is located in the northwest of Baoding Main Urban Area,
is one of the 53 national high-tech industrial zones approved by the State Department and
established in November 9, 1992. The planned area of Baoding National High-tech Zone
is 14km2. Recently, the Baoding National High-tech Zone develops quite fast with an
annual industrial output increase rate of over 40%. In 2005, the gross industrial output
value broke through CNY 6.0 billion with a financial income over CNY 0.5 billion.

Huanghuagou Valley, which is the important branch in the upper reaches of Biayngdian
Lake and runs through Baoding National High-tech Zone, takes charge of the flood
draingage, flood discharge in the rainy season, and irrigation in dry season. However,
Haunghuagou Valley is polluted seriously because the industry develops fast and the
three industrial wastes increase. In order to improve the ecological environment and the
investment environment inside the high-tech zone, Baoding City decided to start up
Huanghuagou Valley Environment Comprehensive Treatment Project. The project is
ranked as the important project of Baoding City for many years. Further more, the State,
Provincial and City concerning departments have paid more attention to it.

The start of the proposed project will: 1) indicate the determination of the city government
to improve the environment and the ADB’s support on our county environment protection;
2) caution the public that the pollution of Baiyangdian Lake is caused by human factor,
and the treatment and restoration is hard to be achieved. The environment not only
benefits people, but also restricts people. Therefore, people should pay more attention to
the environment protection.

With the help of the ADB PPTA group, Baoding City National High-tech Industrial Zone
Ltd. completed the resettlement plan. The RP is completed based on the laws and
regulations of PRC, and the ADB’s policy on involuntary resettlement. The RP aims to
supply schemes for land reclamation and land renovation of Ash Field in Baoding
Thermal Power Palnt, and to supply schemes for field treatment of the Beidakeng Waste
Landfill. According to the project design scheme, the RP will be completed based on the
socio-economic investigation of the project area, and the sufficient consultation with the
APs and the affected enterprises.




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                             Letter of Commitment

Through Ministry of Finance, Baoding Municipal Government (BMG) is applying for the
loan from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) to finance the present project. Therefore,
the implementation of the present project should be in compliance with ADB’s policies of
Social Safeguards. This Resettlement Plan represents a key requirement of the ADB and
is the key basis for land acquisition, house demolition and resettlement in the present
project. This Resettlement Plan also complies with the laws of the People’s Republic of
China and local regulations. Besides, for better resettlement outcome it adopts additional
measures and arrangements for implementation and monitoring.

BMG hereby approves the contents of this Resettlement Plan and guarantees that
resettlement budget has been included in the whole project budget and it will be made
available as stipulated. BMG has discussed the draft Resettlement Plan with relevant
departments and the latter have confirmed their acceptance. BMG authorizes Baoding
ADB Project Management Office to be responsible for all project implementation and
relevant resettlement activities. Related local governments take charge of actual
subproject implementation and executing relevant resettlement.




Mayor, Baoding Municipal Government




___________________ (signature)       __________________ (date)




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                                   Abbreviations

ADB                                          Asian Development Bank
APs                                          Affected persons
BMG                                          Baoding Municipal Government
CNY                                          Chinese currency
DMS                                          Detailed Measurement Survey
EA                                           Executing agency
HH                                           Household
IA                                           Implementing agency
LA                                           Land acquisition
LAR                                          Land acquisition and resettlement
MLR                                          Ministry of Land and Recourses
M&E                                          Monitoring & Evaluation
mu                                           Chinese land area unit of measure: 1 mu = 0.0667 ha
AAOV                                         Average annual output value
PMO                                          Project management office
PPTA                                         Project preparatory technical assistance
PRC                                          People’s Republic of China
RP                                           Resettlement plan
TOR                                          Terms of reference
WWTP                                         Wastewater treatment plant




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                                Glossary or Terminology

Affected   person     (or   :   People (households) affected by project-related changes in use of land, water
household)                      or other natural resources.
Compensation                :   Money or payment in kind to which the people affected are entitled in order to
                                replace the lost asset, resource or income.
Entitlement                 :   Range of measures comprising compensation, income restoration, transfer
                                assistance, income substitution, and relocation which are due to affected
                                people, depending on the nature of their losses, to restore their economic and
                                social base.
Income restoration          :   Reestablishing income sources and livelihoods of people affected
Relocation                  :   Rebuilding housing, assets, including productive land, and public
                                infrastructure in another location.
Resettlement effect         :   Loss of physical and non-physical assets, including homes, communities,
                                productive land, income-earning assets and sources, subsistence, resources,
                                cultural sites, social structures, networks and ties, cultural identity, and mutual
                                help mechanisms.
Resettlement plan           :   A time-bound action plan with budget setting out resettlement strategy,
                                objectives, entitlement, actions, responsibilities, monitoring and evaluation.
Vulnerable groups           :   Distinct groups of people who might suffer disproportionately from
                                resettlement effects.




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                               Executive Summary
Huanghuagou Valley Environment Comprehensive Treatment Project is a subproject
of Integrated Ecosystem Management and Environmental Protection of Baiyangdian
Lake Catchment Project, which is funded by ADB. After the implementation of the
project, it will greatly improve the water quality of Huanghuagou Valley, cut off the
main pollution fountain to the Baiyangdian Lake, and control the pollution of Haihe
River Basin. Meanwhile, it will improve the main urban area environment, the water
body and water quality of Baoding City which is good for the local people’s health.

Being entrusted by the Management Committee of Baoding City High-tech Industrial
Zone, Guangzhou Hongda Engineering Consultant Corporation, together with Baoding
High-tech Industrial Zone Corporation started to prepare “The Resettlement Plan of
Huanghuagou Valley Environment Cmprehensive Treatment Project” in late August 2006,
in accordance with the project process and the ADB’s request. Chinese version of the RP
has been finished in October 2006 and was submitted to ADB experts for examination.
Amendment of the RP will be completed and submitted to ADB for a review on January
31st, 2007. After the plan being approved by ADB, land acquisition, compensation and
resettlement implementation plan to start in June 2007.

The total investment estimate of the Huanghuagou Project includes two main parts: 1)
Ash Field of Datang Thermal Power Plant, Baoding City; 2) Comprehensive Treatment of
Beidakeng Waste Landfill. All the permanent land acquisition compensation, house
demolishment compensation, resettlement subsidies and relative costs will be calculated
in the project total budget. The total land acquisition and resettlement compensation is
CNY 287.7374 million, most of which is land acquisition compensation. The feasibility
study and relevant design could be completed before March 2007, comprehensive
treatment of the waste landfill and the land clearing work of the ash field will be finished in
2007, and the whole project construction will be completed in 2010. The project will last 5
years.

The project will permanently acquire 3,006.42mu land, including 2,306.42 mu land of ash
field of Datang Thermal Power Plant in Baoding City, and 700mu land in and surrounding
Beidakeng Landfill of Baoding City National High-tech Industrial Zone. The 2,306.42 mu
of ash field land belongs to Datang Thermal Power Plant of Baoding, and the acquired
700 mu idle land in Dabeikeng Landfill is rural collective land.

The project affected areas comprise of National High-tech Industrial Zone of Baoding
City, Baoding Urban Area, Lower Reaches of Huanghuagou Valley and Baiyangdian
Lake Zone. The enterprises and agencies affected by the project include Datang
Thermal Power Plant of Baoding City (belonging to Datang Development Corporation
of Hebei Province) and Baoding Kaida Thermal Power Corporation. The project will
affect Caozhuang Village. The Beidakeng Landfill is the idle land of Caozhuang Village
Collective. The persons affected by the project include employees in Ash Field of

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Datang Thermal Power Plant of Baoding City, and in Baoding City Kaida Thermal
Power Corporation, the Waste Group living on waste collection in Beidakeng Waste
Landfill (40 persons), and those proprietors related with Beidakeng Landfill operation
(mainly the contractors of Beidakeng Landfill).

This Resettlement Plan is based on the Land Administration Law of the People’s Republic
of China (2004), State Council Circular on the Decisions of Deepening Reform and
Administrating Land Strictly (Ref. No. GF [2004] 28), related policies of Hebei province
and Baoding municipality, ADB’s Policy on Involuntary Resettlement, and other relevant
policies for social security. Also through negotiation with local government and APs, the
principles for preparation of this Resettlement Plan are: (i) Involuntary resettlement
should be avoided or minimized where feasible; (ii) Compensation and entitlements
provided for the APs should be able to at least maintain, or improve their “pre-project”
standard of living; (iii) No matter whether they have legal entitlements will All APs be
compensated and assisted; (iv) Where land per capita after land acquisition is not
sufficient to maintain livelihood, compensation by cash or through land replacement and
other income-generating activities will provided for; (v) All APs will be adequately
informed on eligibility, compensation mode and standards, livelihood and income
restoration plans, project timing, and will be involved in RP implementation; (vi) No land
acquisition will take place unless replacement land or sufficient compensation are given to
APs; (vii) The EA and independent/ third party will monitor compensation and
resettlement operations; (viii) Vulnerable groups will receive special assistance or
treatment to ensure then to better off. APs should have the opportunities to benefit from
the Project; (ix) RP should be combined with overall county planning; (x) RP budget
should be adequate and cover full aspects.

Based on the investigation, measure, as well as consultation with the Land and
Resources Bureau of Baoding City National High-tech Industrial Zone, the affected
villages and the APs, the project compensation standard is finally decided: 1)
compensation rate for ash field land is 75,000 CNY/mu, the compensation will be paid
to Datang Thermal Power Plant of Baoding; 2) compensation rate for permanent rural
collective land acquisition is 160,000 CNY/mu, the compensation will be paid to the
affected village collective; and 3) cash compensation of totally CNY 50,000 will be paid
to the waste collectors.

Compensation for the affected village collectives will be used as special funds for
infrastructure construction and public services, such as support for the poor
households and support for the women. The affected households will invest the
compensation fee in non-agricultural activities. For the poor households, the
government will help them to conduct new production activities so as to gain stable
living methods. For those who do business all the time, it is encouraged to extend the
business and enlarge the sidelines scopes.

Through different ways, such as, meetings, interviews and group discussions, public

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participations and negotiations within communities, all the affected persons were
informed of the key content of the resettlement plan. Villagers participated in the
project and their opinions were included in the plan. The Resettlement Information
Booklet and Resettlement Plan have been handed out to the affected persons and
villages in December 2006. The Resettlement Plan will also be publicized on the
ADB’s official website at the beginning of June, 2007. The grievance redress channel
has been established for the affected persons. Each relevant agency should process the
complaint and grievance redress from the affected persons for free, and the reasonable
fee resulted will be covered by the contingencies. National High-tech Industrial Zone of
Baoding City will carry out APs’ training, together with local labor and social security
departments. In addition, the project will supply some temporary or semi-fixed
construction work chances. Laborers in the affected households will enjoy the priority of
taking part in the construction, working at the non-technical posts so as to increase their
income and improve their living standard. Further more, the PMO will arrange special
methods to the vulnerable groups, such as supplying endowment insurance, supplying
the lowest living security and giving priority to them of some capacity corresponding work.

Baoding City National High-tech Industrial Zone Ltd. will be the implementing agency of
the project, the specific responsibility for implementation of the Resettlement Plan will be
carried out by the Baoding City National High-tech Industrial Zone Land Acquisition
and Resettlement Office. In order that the Resettlement Plan could be carried out
smoothly, besides internal monitoring, the PMO will entrust independent monitoring
institute to do external monitoring and evaluation every six months. The monitoring and
evaluation fee will be covered in the resettlement cost estimate.




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1      Project Introduction

1.1      Brief Introduction of the Project

Huanghuagou Valley Environment Comprehensive Treatment Project is a subproject
of Integrated Ecosystem Management and Environmental Protection of Baiyangdian
Lake Catchment Project, which is funded by ADB. After the implementation of the
project, it will greatly improve the water quality of Huanghuagou Valley, cut off the
main pollution fountain to the Baiyangdian Lake, and control the pollution of Haihe
River Basin. Meanwhile, it will improve the main urban area environment, the water
body and water quality of Baoding City which is good for the local people’s health.

The project includes two parts of environment treatment and infrastructure construction.
The detailed construction contents are as follows: 1) land acquisition and treatment of ash
field of thermal power palnt, to dispose the wastewater and ashes in the ash field; 2) land
acquisition and treatment of Beidakeng Landfill (which is idle land), to dispose 550,000 m3
of waste in the open air, surrounding the Huanghuagou Valley; 3) field leveling, road
construction, electricity and water installation, silt and dirt cleaning of Huanghuagou
Valley Riverway, flood prevention bank construction, wastewater interception project,
virescence, etc. 4) constructing ecological park, in accordance with the construction of the
central axis in Baoding City; 5) constructing public education and demonstration base of
new energy and clean energy.

1.1.1     Project Composition and Scope of Land Acquisition

The Huanghuagou Valley Environment Comprehensive Treatment Project consists of
land acquisition, environment treatment, land leveling and relevant infrastructure
construction. Refer to Table 1-1 for the project composition.


                        Table 1-1 Brief Description of Project Composition
      Project                             Brief Description                                     Remarks
                 1) land acquisition and treatment of ash field of thermal power
                                                                                     (1) the project will permanently
                 palnt, to dispose the wastewater and ashes in the ash field;
                                                                                     acquire 3,006.42 mu of land, of
                 2) land acquisition and treatment of Beidakeng Lnadfill (which is
                                                                                     which, 2,306.42 mu is state
                 idle land), to dispose 550,000 m3 of waste in the open air,
Environment                                                                          transferred land, and 700mu is
                 surrounding the Huanghuagou Valley;
Treatment                                                                            collective idle land.
                 3) field leveling, road construction, electricity and water
                                                                                     (2) 40 persons in the waste
                 installation, silt and dirt cleaning of Huanghuagou Valley
                                                                                     collection group need to be
                 Riverway, flood prevention bank construction, wastewater
                                                                                     resettled.
                 interception project, virescence, etc.
                 1) Constructing ecological park, in accordance with the
                                                                                     All the infrastructures are
                 construction of the central axis in Baoding City;
Infrastructure                                                                       planned to be constructed in the
                 2) Constructing public education and demonstration base of
                                                                                     latter phase.
                 new energy and clean energy.


1.1.2     Project Impacts


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The main impacts of Huanghuagou Valley Environment Comprehensive Treatment
Project mainly are from permanent land acquisition in Baoding City Thermal Power Plant
and Caozhuang Village. No residential house demolishment will be involved. The
permanently acquired collective land is idle land that was informally contracted to migrant
garbage collectors. The APs are mainly the proprietors related with waste operation and
waste collection group. The main vulnerable groups in the APs are the waste collection
group; no other vulnerable groups such as the minorities and the poor are included.

The project will permanently acquire 2,306.42 mu of ash field land in the Datang
Thermal Power Plant of Baoding, which is State-owned administrative transferred land.
In addition, the project will permanently acquire 700mu of landfill land, which is rural
collective idle land. The permanent land acquisition will affect the Caozhuang Village
(which will gain land acquisition comoensation fee), contractors of Beidakeng Landfill
(who will gain the compensation for contract relief), and the 40 persons in waste
collection groups (who will get resettlement subsidies).

1.2     Project Estimated Socio-economic Benefits

1.2.1    Social Benefits

1) The project covers a wide area. Its environment treatment effect will cover not only
Baoding Municipal Area, but also involves in Baiyangdian Lake Catchment directly. The
proposed project can meet the requirement of constructing environment friendly society,
the national and Hebei Provincial environmental industries policies, and the ecological
construction plan, which is good for constructing harmonious society.

2) The proposed project can impel the intensive utilization and functing replacement of
local land assets, which can increase the assets utilization efficiency, and meet the
national policy requirement of constructing asset-saving society. Datang Thermal Power
Plant of Baoding City not only occupies 2,306.42 mu land as ash field, but also makes
2,000 mu land arrounding the ash field to be unused land, which is a great waste of land.
The comprehensive treatment of the ash field will enhance the land utilization value, and
bring positive effect on the surrounding area development. Meanwhile, the proposed
project is also a water-saving project. The comprehensive treatment of the ash field can
save 800t of water every hour with a yearly water saving amount of 700 million tons,
which makes great effort for water-lack condition of Baoding City.

3) The proposed project is located in the main urban area of Baoding City. The project
construction can meet Baoding City’s construction objectives of Modern and Garden City,
and be in accordance with the development orientation of Baoding High-tech Industrial
Zone as National Clean Energy Base.

4) Capital and policy support can improve the waste related workers’ environment and
living condition, which is demonstrative for the harmonious society construction.

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5) The construction of Public Education and Demonstration Base for new energy and
clean energy can show the efforts and results of ecological environment protection, new
energy and clean energy development conducted by the ADB, the Hebei Province and
Baoding Municipal Government. The base construction can also boost up the
consciouseness of the public to save resource and protect environment. Meanwhile, the
base will be an indicative construction of the Integrated Ecosystem Management and
Environmental Protection of Baiyangdian Lake Catchment Project, full of social
meaning.

1.2.2    Environmental Benefits

1) The proposed project will show obvious environmental benefits, including basically
solving the pollution of Huanghuagou Valley, protecting and restoring the ecological
environment of Baiyangdian Lake Catchment, improving the air condition of the
surrounding areas, etc. Especially for the ecological park construction, it will show clear
demonstration benefits of ecological system resoration, environment beautification, and
public benefit, and it will become the the demonstration base of Baoding City Ecological
Environment Protection, and one of the demonstration sites of National Circulation
Economy.

2) The proposed project can greatly improve the environment of National High-tech
Industrial Zone, Baoding City, and Baoding City Main Urban Area. Before the project, a
powder-dust cingulum with a width of 1 km can go to the Phase 2 of High-tech Industrial
Zone and the central urban area directly. After the comprehensive treatment of the ash
field, the powder and dust pollution can be solved. Further more, the proposed project will
improve the whole sight of Baoding City, and optimize the environment of Baoding City.

1.2.3    Economic Benefits

1) Direct Economic Benefit: The comprehensive treatment of the ash field can save water
fee of CNY 22.00 million every year. The land clearing and reconstruction of Beidakeng
Landfill can upgrade the land utilization value of the surrounding areas.

2) Indirect Economic Benefit: On one hand, the treatment of Huanghuagou Valley
Pollution Fountain will change the unused land to be common land used for social
development, which can enhance the economy development and city construction
development. On the other hand, the treatment of Huanghuagou Valley Pollution Fountain,
together with input for the auxiliary civil engineering and infrastructure construction, will
improve the living environment and investment environment, and advance the
socio-economic benefits.

1.3     Cost Estimate and Implementation Plan


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The total investment estimate of the Huanghuagou Project includes two main parts: 1)
Ash Field of Datang Thermal Power Plant, Baoding City; 2) Comprehensive Treatment of
Beidakeng Waste Landfill. All the permanent land acquisition compensation, house
demolishment compensation, resettlement subsidies and relative costs will be calculated
in the project total budget. The total land acquisition and resettlement compensation is
CNY 287.7374 million, most of which is land acquisition compensation. The land
acquisition compensation and resettlement subsidies accounted for 51.84% of the total
project investment which is CNY 555.053 million.

Land acquisition of the project will start by the end of June 2007, and the project will be
completed in August 2010. According to the project progress, Management Committee of
Baoding City High-tech Industrial Zone prepared “The Resettlement Plan of
Huanghuagou Valley Environment Cmprehensive Treatment Project” in late August 2006.
Amendment of the RP will be completed and submitted to ADB for a review on January
31st, 2007. After the plan being approved by ADB, land acquisition, compensation and
resettlement implementation plan to start by the end of June, 2007.




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2     Project Impacts and Socioeconomic Status of the Project Area

Baoding City, which subjects to Hebei Province, is a national famous historical and
cultural city. It administrates 3 districts, 4 county-level cities and 18 counties with a total
area of 22,000 m2. The total population of Baoding City is 10.40 million, which makes
Baoding City to be the fourth biggest population city in China, after Chongqing City,
Shanghai City and Beijing City. Baoding City is 140km away from Beijing City, 145 km
away from Tianjin City and 125 km away from Shijiazhuang City. In 2005, the gross
economic value of Baoding City (City GDP) was CNY 99.00 billion.

2.1     Resource Status

The resource in Baoding City is quite rich. There are 10 colleges and universities in
Baoding City, including North China Electric Power University, Hebei University, Hebei
Agricultural University, etc. In addition, there are 9 private colleges, 140 scientific
research institutions, 220,000 scientific and technical personnels, and more than 100,000
students in school. The ratio of scientific and technical personnels per 100,000 persons in
the city is the highest in the province, and above the national average level. Baoding City
has been becoming the technology examination and translation base of the scientific
research colleges and institutions in Beijing City.

2.2     Industry Economy

2.2.1    The Secondary Industry Economy

Recently, Baoding City aims to become a strong industry city. It carries on technology
improvement in the traditional industry, upgrade in the pillar industry, and integration in
new developed industry. In addition, Baoding City conducts industry structure adjustment,
so as to enhance the quality and benefit of economy increase. Up to date, a development
pattern of “advantage industries leading and many industries development” has been
primarily formed, comprising of automobiles, mechanic and electronic industry, textile
industry, food industry, construction materials, information product manufacture, etc.
There is a group of big and medium-size key enterprises and famous products in Baoding
City, such as Great Wall Pickup, Tianwei Transformer, Lekuai Film, Swan Rayon,
Baoshuo Plastic, Fengfan Storage Battery, Sanli Wool, Lihua Hat, etc. Further more,
Baoding High-tech Industrial Zone is the only national level of New Energy Equipment
Industrial Base. There are nearly 1,000 enterprises inside the Baoding High-tech
Industrial Zone, of which, more than 100 enterprises are the Enterprises of Joint
Adventure, Cooperation and Monopoly Capital. The 100 enterprises of joint adventure,
cooperation and monopoly capital form 6 feature industries, including new energy and
energy equipment, software, power transmission and transformation equipment and
electric power automatization, new materials, biopharmaceutical industry and food
industry.


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2.2.2    Agriculture Economy

Agricultural structure adjustment and agricultural industrialization have been greatly
conducted in Baoding City. High efficient agriculture zone has been established along the
expressway, integrated agriculture development has been carried out in the western
mountainous area, and processing and export base has been established in the eastern
area. There have been 5 agricultural high-tech demonstration parks in Baoding City,
comprising of Dingzhou Demonstration Park, Baoshuo Demonstration Park, Xushui
Demonstration Park, Dingxing Demonstration Park, and Zhuozhou Demonstration Park.

Characteristic industries develop well in Baoding City. Fifteen counties and cities are
nominated as Native Place of Special Products in Hebei Province, and eleven couties and
cities is denominated as Native Place of Special Products in China. 30,000mu of land is
used for special agricultural products planting in Boding City. Some characteristic
industries have developed in large scale, such as vegetables in Dingzhou City, tomatoes
in Xushui County, strawberry in Mancheng County, cayenne in Wangdu County, eggplant
in Dingxing County, medical materials in Anguo County, edible mushroom in Tang County,
asparagus in Rongcheng County. Their products have been exported to more than 10
countries and areas, including Russia, Japan, South Korea, Hongkong, etc. In addition,
Standardized production of environment-friendly vegetables develops fast in Baoding
City.

2.2.3    The Tertiary Industry Economy

The tertiary industry develops slowly in Baoding City. The tertiary industry accounts for
35% of the GDP, at least 8% less than the developped regions.

2.3     Basic Trend of Future Development

2.3.1    Develop New-type Industry City

During the eleventh five-year period, Baoding City aims to develop the concept of “Made
in Baoding”. It plans to invest CNY 132.5 billion in fostering 10 big industries, 32 industry
concentration areas, 10 big-size enterprises and groups, and 60 international famous
brands, so as to form characteristic and competitive industrial clusters and enterprise
clusters, and to be an important new-type industry city in the Beijing City-Tianjin
City-Hebei Province metropolitan areas. The City GDP will increase at an annual rate of
12% in the eleven five-year period. The per capita GDP will be CNY 20,000, the
non-agricultural employees will account for 58% of the total employees, the high-tech
industry added value will account for 10% of the City GDP, and the energy consumption of
unit GDP will decrease 20%. Baoding City aims to develop new energy and energy
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2.3.2    Enhance Environment Treatment, and Develop Environment Friendly
         Society

Baoding City is determined to be an ecological garden city with features of forest trail,
sight and leisure. Many environment protection measures have been carried out so as to
protect the ecological environment and improve the living environment, such as
infrastructure construction, valley treatment, etc. In addition, Baoding City also conducted
construction of wastewater treatment system, like Integrated Ecosystem Management
and Environmental Protection of Baiyangdian Lake Catchment Project, so as to
improve the area ecological environment and to construct a Beijing City-Centered
green barrier.

2.3.3    Strengthen Central City Construction

The total area of Baoding City is 22,000 km2 with an overall population of 10.40 million.
However, there are only 800,000 persons living in the main urban area, accounting for
less than 10% of the total population. The urbanalization level of the city is only 30%,
which is just located in the urbanalization fast development phase. In accordance with
Overall Plan of Baoding City (2001-2020), the urbanalization level of the city will only
achieve 40% in 2010. According to the experience of the International or domestic
developed areas, when the regional urbanization level is less than 50%, the effective
measure to develop is to pay more attention to the centeral city and to establish economic
growth pole. It is applicable for Baoding City. Therefore, the future development point of
Baoding City is to strengthen the urban city construction, construct a residence and work
available environment. Huanghuagou Valley Comprehensive Treatment Project is one of
the strategies to achieve the aim.

2.4     Project Site Status

The project site is located
inside the Phase 3 of Baoding
City     National     High-tech
Industrial Zone. Besides part of
abandoned holes and the
dustheap field, most of the site
land is abandoned land and
idle    land.     The     whole
topography is described as flat,
higher at north and lower at
south, higher at west and lower
at east, with an altitude of
20.2-25.8m.
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Land acquisition in the project mainly involves in the ash field of Datang Thermal Power
Plant in Baoding City, Beidakeng Landfill and its surrounding area in Caozhuang Village.

2.4.1   Ash Field of Datang Thermal Power Plant in Baoding City

It occupies 2,306.42 mu land with a former ash storage amount of 2,800,000 m3 in total,
of which, there is 400,000 m3 of ash in the District I, 1,200,000 m3 of ash in the District II,
800,000 m3 of ash in the District III, and 400,000 m3 of ash in the District IV. Up to date,
ash in District I and District IV has been emptied out. There is about 2,000,000 m3 of ash
in District II and District III waiting for clearing. In addition, some work houses for the ash
field workers and relevant structures are scattered around the ash field.

2.4.2   Beidakeng Landfill and Its Surrounding Area

It is located west to the Huazhuang Transformer Substation, and east to the Lekai Road.
The         landfill       nearby
Huanghuagou Valley was
formed in 1996 with a total
land occupation of 700mu
(see      Table      2-1).   The
management agency of the
landfill     is     Management
Committee of Baoding City
National High-tech Industrial
Zone.

Up to April 2006, the total
waste burial amount is
550,000 m3, 70% of which is
domestic waste buried 10                        Figure 2-2 Beidakeng Landfill
years ago, and 30% of which is construction wastes buried in recent 10 years. Since the
riverbed of Huanghuagou Valley has been destroyed, part of the rubbish pit is connected
with the channel and the waste is marinated in the wastewater, which deteriorate the
water pollution in Huanghuagou Valley. Further more, the waste leachate leaks into the
underground aquifers and pollutes the underground water of Baoding City. The pollution
casued by the waste affects the environment of the Industrial Zone and Boding City
directly. The landfill had ever been closed by the Management Committee of the National
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        Table 2-1 Land Utilization Status of Beidakeng Landfill and Its Surrounding Area
 No.     Land Types       Area (mu)                                         Remarks
  1         Wasteland        68       Most has been filled and leveled up; the remaining part is 3-6m lower
                                      than the ground level.
  2         Rubbish pit      519      It has been filled by the domestic waste and construction wastes. Part of
                                      the rubbish pit has been higher than the surrounding ground.
  3         Cesspool         113      Half of the cesspool has been filled by the construction wastes.
  4           Total          700      The topography is complex. Certain environment treatment and
                                      engineering treatment is needed before it can be used as construction
                                      land.


2.5     Project Impact and Beneficial Area

2.4.1    Status of the Affected Areas

1) Baoding City National High-tech Industrial Zone and Urban Baoding City

The Beidakeng Landfill smells terrible, and the dust of the ash field flies all over the sky,
which affect the air environment of National High-tech Industrial Zone and Baoding Urban
City negatively and directly. Especially in the windy seasons of spring and autumn, the
floating ashes from the ash field form a sandstorm with a width of 1 km to attack the urban
city. In addition, the domestic waste was stacked in the Erhuan North Road (the main road
in the High-tech Zone), which impressed badly to the passers.

2) Surrounding Areas of Huanghuagou Valley and Baiyangdian Lake

Huanghuagou Valley is a natural river. It originates from Macheng County, Baoding City,
goes across High-tech Zone, joins into Daqing River in the southeast of Baoding City, and
finally flows into the Baiyangdian Lake. As the moat of Baoding City, Huanghuagou Valley
takes responsibilities of flood drainage and flood discharge in the rainy season, and
farmland irrigation in the dry season.

Along the fast development of Baoding City, three-wastes from industry become more
and more. Some enterprises drain the untreated industry wastewater and the untreated
domestic wastewater into the Huanghuagou Valley directly. Therefore, Huanghuagou
Valley becomes more and more turbid, which brings serious damage to the ecological
environment of Baiyangdian Lake Catchment, as well as the environment of Baoding City.

The main pollution sources to Huanghuagou Valley include:

1) 8 enterprises in the upstream of Huanghuagou Valley drain untreated wastewater of
6,000 m3 every day to the Huanghuagou Valley.
2) The Huanghuagou Valley passes by a brickyard, where there is 550,000 m2 of
domestic and construction waste. No protection methods have been adopted. What is
more serious, the waste is sitting in the water for a long time and produces new pollutants.
The new pollutants go into the valley directly, which increase the pollutant thickness in the

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valley and deteriorate the pollution condition in the downstream. In addition, since the
Huanghuagou Valley goes through the High-tech Zone, the pollutant in the river filters into
the soil and pollutes the underground water source of Baoding City.
3) People from other provinces who live in waste collection store the collected waste
around the landfill, which is one of the reasons to deteriorate the environment pollution.

The above pollution sources not only seriously pollute the water in Huanghuagou Valley
and the surrounding underground water, but also affect the ecological environment of
Baiyangdian Lake Catchment negatively.

2.5.2    Beneficial Areas of the Project

1) Baoding City National High-tech Industrial Zone and Urban Baoding City

In recent 15 years, the first phase of land development and construction in High-tech
Zone has been entirely completed, and the land transfer rate is over 98% in the second
phase. In order to satisfy the requirement of the economy development, Baoiding City is
determined to develop the third phase of land use and construction. With the purpose of
guaranteeing the function of the third phase, Management Committee of Baoding City
National High-tech Industrial Zone prepares Controlled and Detailed Plannings on the
Third Phase of Baoding City National High-tech Industrial Zone. The third phase site is
located in the northwest of the central part of High-tech Zone. It is north to Beiwaihuan
Road, south to Bao-Man Road, east to Jianshe Road and west to the planning Huichang
West Road.

The proposed project is located inside the third phase land scope. Through land
improvement and environment treatment, it will supply more social public space for the
High-tech Zone, and enhance the land value nearby the project area. In addition, the
project will beautify the residence environment of High-tech Zone and Baoding City.

2) Downstream Area of Huanghuagou Valley and Baiyangdian Lake Area

Huanghuagou Valley Environment Comprehensive Treatment Project is a subproject
of Integrated Ecosystem Management and Environmental Protection of Baiyangdian
Lake Catchment Project. It will not only improve the environment of Baoding City, but
also affect the immense areas of Baiyangdian Lake Catchment.

After the implementation of the project, it will greatly improve the water quality of
Huanghuagou Valley, cut off the main pollution fountain to the Baiyangdian Lake, and
control the pollution of Haihe River Basin. Meanwhile, it will greatly renovate the
ecological system of Huanghuagou Valley and the Baiyangdian Lake Catchment.

2.6     Project Impact


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2.6.1   Permanent Land Acquisition

The project will permanently acquire 3,006.42 mu land, including 2,306.42 mu land of ash
field in Datang Thermal Power Plant of Baoding City, and more than 700 mu land of
Beidakeng Landfill and its surrounding areas.

Datang Thermal Power Plant of Baoding acquired the 2,306.42 mu land of ash field from
Dabiantuo Village and Zhangzhuang Village in 1964. The ownership of this land belongs
to Datang Thermal Power Plant of Baoding City. Refer to Table 2-2 for the detailed
information of permanent land acquisition for the ash field in 1964.

          Table 2-2 Land Acquisition of Thermal Power Plant    of Baoding in 1964
                Villages                                 Land acquisition (mu)
               Dabiantuo                                        900.19
              Zhangzhuang                                       418.94
              Zhouzhuang                                         83.65
               Yinzhuang                                         45.50
               Damafang                                          58.10
              Xiaomafang                                         2.34
               Caozhuang                                        745.83
              Dongnanhan                                        17.23
              Zhongnanhan                                       34.64
                 Total                                         2,306.42


The acquired 700mu land of Beidakeng Landfill and its surrounding area is rural collective
land, which is owned by Caozhuang Village and is idle now.

2.6.2   Temporary Land Occupation

The temporary land occupation includes: temporary land occupation by sand&stone field,
temporary land occupation by material mixing system, temporary land occupation by
production and residence district during the impelemention period, temeporary land
occupation by road used for project construction. The construction field for the ash field
treatment and landfill clearance and disposal is all located inside the scope of permanent
land acquisition, thus, no additional land will be temporarily occupied. There are existing
roads to go into the ash field and the landfill, thus, no land will be needed to be
temporarily occupied for temporary road construction.

The main temporarily occupied land of the project is the areas used for construction of the
wastewater intercepting pipeline network in the banks of Huanghuagou Valley.

2.6.3   Affected Enterprises

The project will affect two enterprises, including Datang Thermal Power Plant of Baoding
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City, and Baoding Kaida Thermal Power Corporation.

Datang Thermal Power Plant of Baoding is the only supporting point for the power and
heating in Baoding City, which plays an important role in the economy development and
stabilization of Baoding City. It is located in the western industrial zone of Baoding City.
Presently, Datang Thermal Power Plant of Baoding still uses pulverized-coal boilers of
solid state discharge; electrostatic precipitator is adopted as the main dust exhaustion
method. The technology is so lagged, which produces greatly negative impact on the
environment. The ash field discharges nearly 20,000 m3 of wastewater to the
Huanghuagou Valley every day, which pollutes the Biayangdian Lake seriously.

Baoding City Kaida Thermal Power Corporation, which is under Datang Thermal Power
Corporation and has certain asset and interest relationship with Datang Thermal Power
Plant of Baoding, is the other affected enterprise by the project. The project will just affect
a few structures and ground attachments in the enterprise’s ash field.

2.6.4   Affected Villages

The project will affect Caozhuang Village. Caozhuang Village, an administrative village of
Baoding City, has a total population of more than 1,600, of which, 1,450 persons are
agricultural population and 150 persons are non-agricultural population. There are more
than 680 labor forces, of which, 520 persons are agricultural labors (310 males), and the
rest persons are the tertiary industry workers. The village total has 2,689 mu collective
land, of which, 359 mu is occupied by the village, 1,580 mu is cultivated land, and the rest
more than 750 mu is idle land or wasteland (of which, 700 mu is affected by Beidakeng
Landfill). Wheat and corn are the main crops planting in the village. The output of wheat is
450 kg/mu, and the output of corn is 550 kg/mu. The per capita annual income of the
village is CNY 4,000.

2.6.5   Affected Populations

Persons affected by the project include: 1) employees working in the ash field of Datang
Thermal Power Plant of Baoding and Baoding City Kaida Thermal Power Corporation; 2)
the waste collection group in Beidakeng Landfill (those who live on waste collection); and
3) proprietors related with landfill operation.

There are 15 households or 40 persons living inside the landfill, who are from other
provinces. Among all the population, 15 women are included. The 40 persons have been
here for 4 years and live on waste collection. Each household pays CNY 150 of
management fee to the Xinshi District Environmental Protection and Sanitation Bureau
every month. Temporary household registeration has been conducted on those
households by the Management Committee of Baoding City National High-tech Industrial
Zone. The 40 persons in the waste collection group are defined as the affected persons
by the project.

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Proprietors related with landfill operation are defined as those who contract the collective
land of Caozhuang Village to conduct various production and operation activities. They
mainly include: Damafang Grain Bureau, Ma Xuedong (villager of Caozhuang Village),
Xinshi District Environmental Protection and Sanitation Bureau, Wang Zhigang (villager of
Xinzhuang Village), and Zou Fufang (coming from Chongqing City). For those contractors
of Beidakeng Landfill, Baoding High-tech Zone had shaped a decision to forbid them from
dumping waste in April 2003. In the following July 2003, Jiapeng Law Office was
entrusted by the Baoding High-tech Zone to conduct a detailed survey on the contract
relationship to Beidakeng Landfill. The law office handed in a legal opinion on the
Beidakeng Landfill Comprehensive Treatment. The Management Committee of Baoding
City National High-tech Industrial Zone will negotiate with concerned departments to
relieve or suspend the relevant contracts.

2.6.6   Affected Infrastructure

Except the temporary occupation of road and ash transmission pipelines of the ash field,
no other infrastructure will be affected.

2.6.7   Cultural Relic and Mine Resources Affected by the Project

According to the field investigation and engineering geological exploration, no cultural
relics or mine resources will be involved in the proposed project.

2.6.8   Vulnerable Groups Affected by the Project

The vulnerable groups affected by the project are mainly the waste collection group. All
the 40 persons in the group come from other provinces and live a hard life now. The
proposed project will affect their future livelihood.

2.6.9   Public opinion Survey

Among the 15 investigated households, 10 households or 66.7% are familiar with the
project; 14 households or 93.3% agree with the project; 100% of the households consider
the proposed project to benefit all national, collective and individual; 93.3% of the
households consider that the project can improve their living environment; 8 households
know relevant policies about land acquisition and resettlement; and 10 households know
to appeal to concerned departments when their legal rights are infringed. Refer to Table
2-3 for the survey results of public opinions.




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                                                                  Table 2-3 Survey Results of Public Opinions
                                                                                                                     Results
     Questions                      Answers                 Investigated   1                      2                     3                     4                   5
                                                            Populations    Population    %        Population   %        Population   %        Population   %      Population   %
Are you familiar with    (1)very familiar (2)not very
                                                                           10            66.7%    3            20%      2            13.3%
the project?             familiar (3)unfamiliar
Do you support this      (1)support (2)disapprove (3)it
                                                                                14       93.3%        1        6.7%
project?                 doesn’t matter
Who do you think the     (1)nation (2)collective
proposed project will    (3)individual                                          15       100.0%       15       100.0%       15       100.0%
benefit?
How does water           (1)no (2)not serious (3)serious
shortage or              (4)very serious
environmental                                                                   2        13.3%        3         20%         10       66.7%
pollution impact your
life?
What benefit do you      (1)improve living environment
think the project will   (2)improve working
                                                                                14       93.3%        10       66.7%        6         40%        15        100%
bring you?               environment (3)increase job
                         opportunity (4)good for health
                                                                15
What disadvantage do     (1)no disadvantage (2)impact
you think the project    transportation          (3)house
will give you?           demolishment will lead to
                         economic loss                                          3         20%                                                    12        80%
                         (4)the land acquisition will
                         reduce family income (5)other
                         disadvantageous impacts
Do you know about        (1) know
policies     of   land   (2) know some
                                                                                3         20%         5        33.3%        7        46.7%
acquisition        and   (3) don’t know
resettlement?
Do you know that you     (1) know
can      appeal     to   (2) don’t know
concerned                                                                       10       66.7%        5        33.3%
departments      when
your      rights   are

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3     Legal Framework and Policies

3.1    Applicable Laws, Regulations & Policies for Resettlement

The resettlement policies of this project are mostly based on ASIAN DEVELOPMENT
BANK (ADB)’s policies and relevant laws and regulations of the People’s Republic of
China, including:

ADB Policies
- Involuntary Resettlement, Asia Development Bank (ADB), Manila. 1995;
- Handbook on Resettlement: A Guide to Good Practice, ADB Manila, 1998;
- Gender Checklist: Involuntary Resettlement, ADB Manila, February 2003;
- OM Section F2 —Operations Manual: Bank Policies (BP) and Operational Procedures
(OP), ADB, Manila. Issued on 29 October 2003.

Laws and Regulations of PRC
- Land Administration Law of the People’s Republic of China (effective as of 28 August,
2004)
- State Council Circular on the Decisions of Deepening Reform and Administrating Land
Strictly (State Council [2004] No. 28, effective as of 21 October 2004) (Ref.
No.GF[2004]28)
- Provisions of Public Hearings on Land and Resources (MLR, effective as of 1 May
2004)
- Guiding Opinions on Improving Compensation and Rehabilitation System for Land
Acquisition (No. 238 Decree and issued by Ministry of Land and Resources in 2004) (Ref.
No.GTZF[2004]238)
- Pre-examination Management Methods of Land for Construction Project (Document
27 in 2004, MLR)
- Public Announcement Methods on Land Requisition (MLR, effective as of 1 Jan. 2002)
- Regulations on Land Administration of Hebei Province (effective as of 27 May, 2005)
- Circular on implementation opinions of Deepening Reform and Administrating Land
Strictly (Document 151 in 2004, Hebei provincial peoples’ government) (JZ[2004]151)

3.2    ADB Policies

The three important elements of involuntary resettlement of ADB are: (i) compensation for
lost assets and loss of livelihood and income: (ii) assistance for relocation, including
provision of relocation sites with appropriate facilities and services: and (iii) assistance for
rehabilitation to achieve at least the same level of well-being with the project as without it.
Some or all of these elements may be present in projects involving involuntary
resettlement. For any project that requires involuntary resettlement, resettlement should
be an integral part of project design and should be dealt with from the earliest stages of
the project cycle, taking into account the following basic principles:


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(i) Involuntary resettlement should be avoided where feasible.
(ii) Where population displacement is unavoidable, it should be minimized by exploring all
viable project options.
(iii) Replacing what is lost. If individuals or a community must lose all or part of their land,
means of livelihood, or social support systems, so that a project might proceed, they will
be compensated and assisted through replacement of land, housing, infrastructure,
resources, income sources, and services, in cash or kind, so that their economic and
social circumstances will be at least restored to the pre-project level. All compensation is
based on the principle of replacement cost.
(iv) Each involuntary resettlement is conceived and executed as part of a development
project or program. ADB and executing agencies or project sponsors, during project
preparation, assess opportunities for rehabilitation measures, the affected people need to
be provided with sufficient resources and opportunities to reestablish their livelihoods and
homes as soon as possible, with time-bound action in coordination with the civil works.
(v) The affected people are to be fully informed and closely consulted. Affected people are
to be consulted on compensation and/or resettlement options, including relocation sites,
and socioeconomic rehabilitation. Pertinent resettlement information is to be disclosed to
the affected people at key points, and specific opportunities provided for them to
participate in choosing, planning, and implementation options. Grievance redress
mechanisms for affected people are to be established. Where adversely affected people
are particularly vulnerable groups, resettlement planning decisions will be preceded by a
social preparation phase to enhance their participation in negotiation, planning and
implementation.
(vi) Social and cultural institutions. Institutions of the affected people, and, where relevant,
of their hosts, are to be protected and supported. Affected people are to be assisted to
integrate economically and socially into host communities so that adverse impacts on the
host communities are minimized and social harmony is promoted.
(vii) No formal title. Indigenous groups, ethnic minorities, pastoralists, people who claim
for such land without formal legal rights, and others, who may have usufruct or customary
rights to affected land or other resources, often have no formal legal title to their lands.
The absence of a formal legal title to land is not a bar to ADB policy entitlements.
(viii) Confirmation of eligibility. Affected people are to be identified and recorded as early
as possible in order to establish their eligibility through a population record or census that
serves as an eligibility cutoff date, preferably at the project identification stage, to prevent
a subsequent influx of encroachers or others who wish to take advantage of such
benefits.
(ix) The Poorest. Particular attention must be paid to the needs of the poorest affected
people, and vulnerable groups that may be at high risk of impoverishment. This may
include those without legal title to land or other assets, households headed by females,
the elderly or disabled and, other vulnerable groups, particularly indigenous peoples.
Appropriate assistance must be provided to help them improve their socio-economic
status.
(x) The full resettlement costs are to be included in the presentation of project costs and
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preparation and livelihood programs as well as the incremental benefits over the
without-project situation (which is included in the presentation of project costs and
benefits). The budget also includes costs for planning, management, supervision,
monitoring and evaluation, land taxes, land fees, and physical and price contingencies.
Where loans include subprojects, components or investments prepared only after project
approval and loans through financial intermediaries that are likely to cause involuntary
resettlement, sufficient contingency allowance must be allocated for resettlement prior to
approval of the loan. Similarly, resettlement plans should also reflect the timeframe for
resettlement planning and implementation.
(xi) Eligible costs of compensation. Relocation and rehabilitation may be considered for
inclusion in ADB loan financing for the project, if requested, to assure timely availability of
the required resources and to ensure compliance with involuntary resettlement
procedures during implementation.

3.3   China’s Laws, Regulations and Relevant Articles

In this subproject, Land Administration Law of the People’s Republic of China is the major
legal basis. Relevant regulations and policies as presented in Section 3.1 of this chapter
have also been enacted by the Ministry of Land and Resources and the Hebei Provincial
Government. Refer to Table 3-1 for the main articles related with project resettlement
policies.

State Council Circular on the Decisions of Deepening Reform and Administrating Land
Strictly (State Council [2004] No. 28, effective as of 21 October 2004) (Ref.
No.GF[2004]28) defines further the principles of compensation for land acquisition and
resettlement, compensation standard, land acquisition procedures and monitoring
system. Correspondingly, Ministry of Land and Resources issued Guiding Opinions on
Improving Compensation and Rehabilitation System for Land Acquisition (No. 238 Decree
and issued by Ministry of Land and Natural Resources in 2004) (Ref. No.GTZF[2004]238)
and Circular on implementation opinions of Deepening Reform and Administrating Land
Strictly (Document 151 in 2004, Hebei provincial people’s government) (JZ[2004]151)
was issued by Hebei Province. These documents have become the basis for resettlement
of this project and the main contents of the above-mentioned policies and their
applications in the project are shown in Table 3-2.




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                                  Table 3-1 Summary of Main Articles in Land Administration Law and Relevant Policies
     Items                                                          Main Contents                                                                   Reference
                   ♦   The People's Republic of China practises the socialist public ownership of land, namely ownership by the
                                                                                                                                         Article 2, Land Administration
Land                   whole people and collective ownership by the laboring masses.
                                                                                                                                         Law of People’s Republic of
Ownership          ♦   The state practises the system of paid-for use for state-owned land in accordance with law. However,
                                                                                                                                         China
                       appropriation of state-owned land use right by the state within the scope prescribed by law is excluded.
                   ♦   Any unit or individual that needs to use land for construction must apply for the use of state-owned land in
                       accordance with law; ……                                                                                           Article 43, Article 44, Land
                   ♦   For occupation and use of land for construction involving turning agricultural land into land for construction,   Administration Law of People’s
                       formalities of examination and approval for turning agricultural land into other uses should be                   Republic of China
Application for
                       completed. ……
Construction
Land               ♦   For occupation and use of land for construction, strategy of land transition in batch should be formulated by
                       the city-level and county-level land administration departments in accordance with the annual land use plan.
                                                                                                                                         Article 36, Land Administration
                       For those acquired cultivated land, strategy of cultivated land supplement should be formulated at the same
                                                                                                                                         Regulations of Hebei Province
                       time, which will be sent to the above government for examination and approval step by step after it is agreed
                       by the government at the same level.
                   ♦   Requisition of the following land shall be subject to the approval of the State Council: (1)basic farmland;
                       (2)cultivated land other than the basic farmland exceeding 35 hectares; and (3)other land exceeding 70
                                                                                                                                         Article 45, Land Administration
                       hectares.
                                                                                                                                         Law of People’s Republic of
                   ♦   Requisition of land other than those prescribed in the preceding paragraph shall be subject to the approval of
                                                                                                                                         China
Purview of Land        people's governments of the provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities directly under the Central
Acquisition            Government, and submitted to the State Council for the record.
                   ♦   For occupation and use of land collectively owned by peasants, land acquisition strategy should be drawn
                       out by the city-level and county-level land administration departments. When the strategy is approved by the      Article 37, Land Administration
                       government at the same level, it should be sent to the above people government for examination and                Law of Hebei Province
                       approval step by step.
                   ♦   For land requisitioned by the state, local people's governments at or above the county level shall, upon
                       approval pursuant to legal procedures, make an announcement and organize its implementation. ……
                   ♦   Upon determination of the scheme for compensation and resettlement for land requisition, the local people's
Announcement                                                                                                                             Article 46, Article 48, Article 49,
                       government concerned should make an announcement and seek the views of the rural collective economic
for         Land                                                                                                                         Land Administration Law of
                       organization and peasants of the requisitioned land.
Acquisition                                                                                                                              People’s Republic of China
                   ♦   The rural collective economic organization of the requisitioned land should publish the revenue and
                       expenditure of the compensation fee of the requisitioned land for the members of the respective collective
                       economic organization and accept supervision.


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    Items                                                          Main Contents                                                                  Reference
                ♦   For requisition of land, compensation shall be given in accordance with the original use of the requisitioned
                    land.
                ♦   Compensation fee for the cultivated land requisitioned include land compensation fee, subsidy for
                    resettlement as well as compensation fee for ground attachments and young crops. Land compensation fee
                    for the cultivated land requisitioned shall be six to ten times of the average annual output value in the three
                    years prior to requisition. Subsidy for resettlement for the cultivated land requisitioned shall be calculated on   Article 47, Land Administration
                    the basis of the agricultural population that requires resettlement. The agricultural population that requires      Law of People’s Republic of
                    resettlement shall be calculated on the basis of the amount of cultivated land requisitioned divided by the         China
                    average per capita occupancy of cultivated land of the unit requisitioned. The rate of subsidy for resettlement
                    per head of the agricultural population that requires resettlement shall be four to six times of the average
                    annual output value in the three years prior to requisition of the said cultivated land. However, the maximum
                    subsidy for resettlement for cultivated land requisitioned per hectare shall not exceed fifteen times of the
Compensation
                    average annual output value in the three years prior to the requisition.……
Rate for Land
                ♦   Compensation fee for the acquired cultivated land should be 6-10 times of the annual output value of the
Acquisition
                    affected cultivated land in the previous three years.……
                ♦   Resettlement subsidies should be 4-6 times of the annual output value of the affected cultivated land in
                    previous three years. ……
                ♦   If land compensation fee and resettlement subsidies due to current laws and regulations are not enough to
                    maintain their previous living standards, the subsidy for resettlement may be increased with the approval of        Article 38, 39, 40, 41, Land
                    the people’s governments of province. However, the sum of land compensation fee and resettlement                    Administration Regulations of
                    subsidies should not exceed the following limit: 1) for the acquired cultivated land, compensation fee should       Hebei Province
                    not exceed 30 times of the annual output value of the affected cultivated land in the previous three
                    years; ……
                ♦   Compensation for standing crops are calculated based on one crop season. Compensation rate for ground
                    attachments should be determined by the municipality-level government which owns districts, and can be
                    implemented after the approval of the provincial government.
                ♦   User of temporary use of the land should use the land according to the use agreed on in the contract for the        Article 57, Land Administration
                    temporary use of the land and shall not construct permanent constructions thereon. The duration of                  Law of People’s Republic of
                    temporary use of land shall generally not exceed two years.                                                         China
Temporary Use
of Land         ♦   Temporary use of the land should be approved by the concerned municipality-level and county-level land
                    administration departments in accordance with relevant regulations.                                                 Article 56, Land Administration
                ♦   Temporary land use procedures should be transacted again when the time of the former temporary use of               Regulations of Hebei Province
                    land exceeds two years.




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                                   Table 3-2 Ref. No.GF [2004]28, Ref. No.GTZF [2004]238, JZ [2004]151 and Their Application
                                                                                                                                                          Policies in the
                       Ref. No.GF[2004]28                             Ref. No.GTZF[2004]238                         JZ[2004]151
                                                                                                                                                             Project
                 •The people’s governments at and above the
                 county level shall adopt effective measures to
                 ensure that the persons affected by land
                 acquisition don’t decrease their living
                 standards because of land acquisiton.
                 •Land compensation fee, subsidy for                                                                                                 •RP will strictly
                                                                                                  •On the basis of comprehensive statistics,
                 resettlement, compensation fee for ground                                                                                           implement the relevant
                                                                                                  each city should determine uniform annual
                 attachments and young crops shall be paid                                                                                           policies of the State,
                                                                                                  output value of land acquired. Outside the
                 legally, fully and timely. If land compensation                                                                                     Hebei Province and
                                                                                                  area of urban land using scope, the sum of
                 fee and resettlement subsidies due to current                                                                                       Baoding Municipality.
                                                                                                  land compensation fee and resettlement
                 laws and regulations are not enough to                                                                                              •AAOV for land
                                                                                                  subsidies can not be less than the 16 times of
                 maintain their previous living standards ,or      (1) To formulate the uniform                                                      acquisition shall be
                                                                                                  annual output value in local place.
                 cannot pay social security fee for land-lossed    average annual output value;                                                      based on the
Article 12 the                                                                                    Cities shall hear opnions of farmers and
                 farmer, the subsidy for resettlement may be       (2) To identify the uniform                                                       regulations of Hebei
measures for                                                                                      village economy organizations through
                 increased with the approval of the people’s       multiples of annual output                                                        province.
land                                                                                              workshop, hearings and announcement
                 governments of provinces, autonomous              value; (3) to formulate the                                                       •The minimum
acquisition                                                                                       according to land position and land demand.
                 regions and municipalities.If the sum of land     uniform comprehensive                                                             multiples for
compensation                                                                                      On the baisis of this, the compensation rate of
                 compensation fee and resettlement subsidies       regional land price; (4) The                                                      acquisition of
improvement                                                                                       land in urban construction land scope shall be
                 reach to legal upper limit and are still not      distribution of land                                                              cultivated land shall be
                                                                                                  determined. After apprval of governement of
                 enough to maintain the previous living            compensation fee.                                                                 16 times (inclu. Land
                                                                                                  province, it can be announced and
                 standards, the local people’s government can                                                                                        compensation fee,
                                                                                                  implemented.
                 subsidize them using the fee from paid-for                                                                                          resettlement
                                                                                                  •The compensation rate of land in urban
                 state-owned land use.                                                                                                               subsidies);
                                                                                                  construction land scope can not be less than
                 •The uniform annual output value standard or                                                                                        •All resettlement fees
                                                                                                  the 16 times of annual output value in local
                 comprehensive land price of each region                                                                                             will be included in total
                                                                                                  place.
                 should be prepred and disclosed by the                                                                                              project cost.
                 governemts of provinces, autonomous regions
                 and municipalities, land compensation for the
                 same land should be equal price. The land
                 compensation fee of natioal key projects shall
                 be included in the project budget.
  Article 13     •The people’s governments at and above the        (1) Agricultural production    •To work out implementation plan and               •According to the
     the         county level shall prepare specific measures      resettlement; (2)              gradually establish livining security system for   willingness of the

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                                                                                                                                                                Policies in the
                       Ref. No.GF[2004]28                              Ref. No.GTZF[2004]238                          JZ[2004]151
                                                                                                                                                                    Project
resettlement    to gurantee the future life of land-lost farmers.   Reemployment resettlement;     APs.                                                   affected persons,
 of land-lost   •As to the project which has stable profit, the     (3) Sharing dividends          •To gradually establish adjustment fund for            monetary
   farmers      farmers can buy shares through legally              resettlement; and (4)          land acquistion to pay land compensation,              compensation is
                approved construction land use rights.              Migratory resettlement.        resettlement subsidies, subsidy for baic living        adopted.
                •Within the area of urban planning, land-lost                                      security and training fee for Aps.                     •During the
                farmers shall be included in employment                                                                                                   construction period,
                system and social security system shall be                                                                                                non-technical jobs will
                established; (3) Outside the area of urban                                                                                                be given to the
                planning, for rural collective land acquisiton,                                                                                           affected labors in
                local government shall reserve necessary land                                                                                             priority.
                for farmers or arrange jobs. For the farmers                                                                                              •Occupational training
                who have not consitions of production or                                                                                                  will be offered to the
                living, they shall be resettled in other places.                                                                                          affected people.
                •Guiding opinions on employment training and
                social security system for land-lost farmers
                shall be proposed by labor and socia security
                departments as soon as possible.
                •During land acquisition, the ownership of
                collective land and entitlement of farmers’ land                                                                                          (1) Conduct detailed
                contract shall be protected.                                                                                                              socio-economic survey
                •Before approval, the use, position,                                                                                                      and detailed
                                                                                                   •Land examination and approval must be done
                compensation rate, resettlement channel shall                                                                                             measurement survey
                                                                                                   according to legal rights, conditions and
                be told to farmers. Survey results of land                                                                                                (DMS), and
                                                                                                   procedures.
                acquisition shall be identified by village                                                                                                the survey results shall
  Article 14                                                        (1) To inform land             •If the feasibility report or other related files do
                collective economy organizations or                                                                                                       be signed and
     land                                                           acquisition; (2) to identify   not definite construction in phases, it shall
                households affected. Hearing shall be                                                                                                     accepted by the
 acquisition                                                        survey results of land         apply agricultural land change and land
                organized by departements of land and                                                                                                     affected households.
  procedure                                                         acquisition; (3) to organize   acquisition once.
                resources according to related regulations, if                                                                                            (2) organize public
improvement                                                         hearing on land acquisition.   •If no opinions of Aps on compensation rate
                necessary. The identification of farmers should                                                                                           participation and
                                                                                                   and resettlement channels or relevant hearing
                be prepared as necessary materials for                                                                                                    public hearings for
                                                                                                   materials in application, land acquistion shall
                approval.                                                                                                                                 resettlement policies;
                                                                                                   not be approved.
                •The coordination and arbitration mechanism                                                                                               (3) Distribute RP or
                for resettlement issues shall be established to                                                                                           Resettlement
                protect legal rights of farmers and land users.                                                                                           information booklet.
                Except special situations, approved land

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                                                                                                                                                         Policies in the
                       Ref. No.GF[2004]28                             Ref. No.GTZF[2004]238                          JZ[2004]151
                                                                                                                                                            Project
                acquisiton issues should be disclosed to the
                public.
                                                                                                                                                     (1)Conduct internal
                •No land acquisition shall be made if without
                                                                                                                                                     and external
                ensuring compensation and resettlement.
                                                                                                                                                     monitoring and
                •The distribution methods of land
                                                                                                                                                     evaluation; (2)
                compensation fees shall be formulated by
                                                                                                                                                     Compensation fees are
                governments of provinces, autonomous
                                                                   (1) Disclose the land           •Construction land approval license will not be   directly paid to the
  Article 15    regions and municipalities according to the
                                                                   approval issues; (2) Pay the    given if land compensation fee is not paid        affected village groups
Strengthening   principle of “The land compensation shall be
                                                                   land compensation fee and       fully.                                            or individuals (3) the
     land       used mainly by the displaced households”.
                                                                   resettlement subsidies; and     •Land and resources departments in all levels     PMO and land and
 acquisition    •Village collective economy organizations
                                                                   (3) Supervision and             shall strenghten to check and supervise and       resources bureau
 supervision    affected by land acquisition should disclose
                                                                   examination after the           strike behaviors of illegal land approval and     conduct supervision
   process      the income, expenses and distribution of land
                                                                   approval of land acquisition.   land occupation.                                  and examination; and
                compensation fees and accept public
                                                                                                                                                     (4) Utilization of
                supervision. Agricultural, cilvil administration
                                                                                                                                                     resettlement fees shall
                departments shall supervise the distribution
                                                                                                                                                     be audited by Audit
                and use of compensation in village economy
                                                                                                                                                     Bureau and each
                organization.
                                                                                                                                                     relevant county.




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3.4     Compensation Principles of this Project

The principles of compensation and entitlement for this project are decided according to
the regulations and policies of Chinese government and the Asian Development Bank
(ADB), which aim at ensuring the access of the Aps to enough compensation and support,
at least to ensure the restoration of their living standard prior to the project. Refer to Table
3-3 for the resettlement principles of the project.


                            Table 3-3 Resettlement Principles of the Project
                                                         Principles
1     Involuntary resettlement should be avoided or minimized where feasible;
      Compensation and entitlements provided for the Aps should be able to at least maintain, or improve their
2
      “pre-project” standard of living;
3     No matter whether they have legal entitlements will All Aps be compensated and assisted;
      Where land per capita after land acquisition is not sufficient to maintain livelihood, compensation by cash or
4
      through land replacement and other income-generating activities will provided for;
      All Aps will be adequately informed on eligibility, compensation mode and standards, livelihood and income
5
      restoration program, project timing, and will be involved in RP implementation;
6     No land acquisition will take place unless replacement land or sufficient compensation are given to Aps;
7     The EA and independent/ third party will monitor compensation and resettlement operations;
      Vulnerable groups will receive special assistance or treatment to ensure then to better off. Aps should have the
8
      opportunities to benefit from the Project;
9     RP should be combined with overall county planning;
10    RP budget should be adequate and cover full aspects.


3.5     Compensation Eligibility Cut-off Date

BMG announced that the eligibility cut-off date is on 31st March, 2007. After the date, the
settlement in the affected areas, newly cultivated land, newly built houses as well as any
newly planted trees or newly added facilities of the affected persons aimed at extra
compensation will be excluded from the range of compensation and subsidy.

3.6     Definition of the Resettlement Rate

The resettlement rate of the project is decided on the basis of the laws and regulations, as
well as consultation with the APs and the relevant departments.

3.6.1     Compensation Rate for the Affected Enterprise

The project will permanently acquire 2,306.42 mu land of ash field in Datang Thermal
Power Plant of Baoding. Datang Thermal Power Plant of Baoding acquired the 2,306.42
mu land of ash field from Dabiantuo Village and Zhangzhuang Village in 1964. The
ownership of this land belongs to Datang Thermal Power Plant of Baoding City. Therefore,
compensation needs to be paid to the Datang Thermal Power Plant of Baoding.
According to the survey, consultation, calculation, as well as the land acquisition
compensation standard of Baoding City, the land acquisition compensation for such land
is decided to be CNY 75,000 per mu.

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3.6.2   Compensation Rate for the Resettlement

This project involved the resettlement issue of waste collection group. In 2003, because
of new policy and the expiration of contract, it was not allowed to dump solid waste to
Beidakeng Landfill Site. Waste collection was no longer income source of the waste
collectors. However, there are still some waste collectors staying in the Site by the end of
2006. The waste collectors wish to be compensated from this project. In accordance with
Management System of the Tramps and Mendicants in the City, Management of Urban
House Demolition, Management Methods of Uban House Demolition in Baoding City,
Legal Opinions on Comprehensive Treatment of Beidakeng Landfill in High-tech Zone, as
well as ADB’s relevant policies on vulnerable groups, it is decided to pay an one-time
compensation of CNY 50,000 to the affected vulnerable group after negotiating between
the Baoding High-tech Zone Management Committee and the waste collectors. These
waste collectors have left the Beidakeng Landfill Site before the Spring Festival of 2007
after receiving compensation fee. Signiture and contact number have been recorded
when distributing compensation fee.

3.6.3   Compensation Rate for the Permanent Collective Land Acquisition

Considering that most of the permanently aquired collective land is idle land or wasteland,
the land acquisition compensation for such land is determined to be CNY 160,000/mu
based on the collective land acquisition compensation of Baoding City, as well as the
survey, negotiation and calculation.

3.6.4   Compensation Rate for the Proprietors Related with Landfill Operation

Since there are many proprietors related with Beidakeng Landfill, a multipart agreement
has been formed on the waste dumpage:

1) Damafang Grain Bureau signed a fish pond contract with Caozhuang Village in 1993,
with an effective period of 35 years.
2) Ma Xuedong (villager of Caozhuang Village) signed a fish pond transfer contract with
Damafang Grain Bureau in 1997. According to the contract, Ma Xuedong pays contract
fee to Caozhuang Village.
3) In 2001, Xinshi District Environmental Protection and Sanitary Bureau and Ma
Xuedong signed a contract of establishing a landfill on the pond land. Ma Xuedong
permitted Xinshi District Enviromental Protection and Sanitation Bureau to dump waste
into the pond (landfill now), and received payment with a standard of CNY 1,700/mu from
the environmental protection and sanitation Bureau.
4) In January 2002, Zou Fufang (coming from Chongqing City) came to an agreement
with Xinshi District Environmental Protection and Sanitation Bureau and Ma Xudong. Zou
Fufang would replace the environmental protection and sanitation bureau to carry out the
original contract between Ma Xuedong and Xinshi District Environmental Protection and
Sanitation Bureau.

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5) Baoding City Flood Control and Management Department and Wang Zhigang (from
Xinzhuang Village) signed a supplement agreement to the contract of virescence project
in the flood control banks.
6) Zou Fufang and Wang Zhigang signed a waste dumpage agreement in 2003. Zou
Fufang would pay waste dumpage fee to Wang Zhigang.

In accordance with the relevant contract and agreement, as well as the legal opinions
submitted by Hebei Province Jiapeng Law Office, contract relief compensation will be
paid to the relevant parties. Refer to Table 3-4 for the detailed compensation standards.

   Table 3-4 Compensation Standard for the Proprietors Related with Landfill Operation

                                                           Compensation Amount
 No.                     Proprietors                                                     Remarks
                                                              (CNY, *10,000)

  1                Damafang Grain Bureau                                             Fish pond Contract
  2         Ma Xuedong (from Caozhuang Village)                      11.9          Pond Transfer Contract
           Xinxing District Environmental Protection
  3                                                                                Waste pumping Contract
                    and Sanitation Bureau
                                                                                 Flood Control and Virescene
  4        Wang Zhiguang (from Xinzhuang Village)
                                                                                           Contract
                                                                                  Transfer Contract of Waste
  5         Zou Fufang (from Chongqing Village)                      8.2
                                                                                           pumping


3.6.5     Other Facilities Compensation Standard

Other facilities main include scattered structures and underground infrastructures in the
ash field. Since these facilities are scattered, simple, or constructed temporarily, no
compensation will be implemented.

3.6.6     Compensation Rate for the Special Items Reconstruction

No special items reconstruction will be involved in the proposed project.

3.6.7     Other Compensation Standard

Refer to Table 3-5 for other compensation rate of the project.

                       Table 3-5 Other Compensation Standard of the Project
   No.              Item                          Standard                       Basis              Recipient
              Reconnaissance,
      1        Design and                              none
             Research Fee
               Implementation
      2                                      150 (CNY, *10,000)
            Management Fee
                 Technical
      3                                       15 (CNY, *10,000)
              Training Fee
                  External
      4      Monitoring and                   5 (CNY, *10,000)
             Evaluation Fee
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No.          Item                  Standard                 Basis          Recipient
 5       Contingencies        80.49 (CNY, 10,000)




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3.7     Entitlement Matrix

The entitlement matrix is designed according to the relevant policies in this chapter. Refer to Table 3-6.

                                                                              Table 3-6 Entitlement Matrix
                                                                                           Entitled                                                              compensation policy and
             Type of Loss                               Impact Degree                                                         Entitlements
                                                                                           Persons                                                                         rate
                                           The project will permanently acquire                                                                                  Permanent land acquisition
Permanent Acquisition of Collective                                                    Caozhuang         The village group will get permanent collective-owned
                                           700mu of collective land, all of which is                                                                             compensation:    160,000
Land                                                                                   Village Group     land acquisition compensation fee.
                                           rural idle land.                                                                                                      CNY/mu
                                           The project will permanently acquire        Datang
                                                                                                                                                                 Permanent land acquisition
Permanent Acquisition of State-owned       2,306.42mu of state-owned land, all of      Thermal Power     The affected enterprise will get the land acquisition
                                                                                                                                                                 compensation:     75,000
Land                                       which is state administratively             Plant      of     compensation fee.
                                                                                                                                                                 CNY/mu
                                           transferred land.                           Baoding
                                           Temporary land occupation will happen                                                                                 The implementing agency is
Temporary Land Occupation                  during            the             project   Proprietors       /                                                       responsible    for    the
                                           implementationperiod.                                                                                                 restoration.
House Demolishment                         /                                           /                 /                                                       /

Enterprise Resettlement                    /                                           /                 /                                                       /
              Households living under
              the lowest social security   /                                           /                 /                                                       /
              line
Vulnerable
              The minorities               /                                           /                 /                                                       /
Groups
                                           Transfer of the Beidakeng Waste             Waste
                                                                                                                                                                 Resettlement    Subsidies:
              Waste collection group       Collection Group, with a total opulation    Collection        Cash compensation
                                                                                                                                                                 CNY 50,000.
                                           of 40 persons                               Group
                                                                                       Waste
                                           15 persons, mainly in the waste
Women                                                                                  Collection        Cash compensation                                       /
                                           collection group
                                                                                       Group
                                                                                       Landfill
Landfill Contractor                        The Landfill Contract will be terminated.                     The APs will get compensation for contract relief.      Totally CNY 201,000.
                                                                                       Contractors


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                                                                          Entitled                                      compensation policy and
            Type of Loss                         Impact Degree                                    Entitlements
                                                                          Persons                                               rate
Infrastructure and Ground Appendix     none                           /                 /                               /




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4     Resettlement Measures and Restoration Plan

In accordance with the investigation of the affected physical materials, the local facts,
exisiting policies, laws, regulations, as well as ADB’s requirement of resettlement, the
project resettlement plan is prepared by the resettlement work group, comprising of
Management Committee of Baoding City National High-tech Industrial Zone, Baoding City
Environmental Protection Bureau, Baoding City Construction Bureau, Datang Thermal
Power Plant of Baoding City, Baoding City Kaida Thermal Power Corporation and
Caozhuang Village Committee.

4.1     Tasks and Objectives of Resettlement

4.1.1    Resettlement Tasks

The project area is located in the outskirts of Baoding Urban Zone. The affected
population includes i) relevant enterprises and their employees; ii) waste collection group
living on waste collection; and 3) Caozhuang Village Collective. The APs live on work of
waste collection. According to the investigation and analysis of affected physical materials,
the APs that need to be compensated and/or rehabilitated.

1) Employees in ash field of Datang Thermal Power Plant of Baoding City and Baoding
Kaida Thermal Power Corporation, totally 40 persons (already resolved).
2) Waste collection group, including 15 households or 40 persons.

4.1.2    Resettlement Objectives

The objectives of the Resettlement Plan are to prepare an action plan of resettlement and
restoration for the affected persons so as to ensure that they will benefit from the project
and their living standard will be improved or at least will be restored after the project is
completed.

The impacts of this project only involve that of the permanent acquisition. In order to
achieve the above objectives, we will take a series of measures to make sure the affected
persons will benefit from the project.

The general objectives: to prepare an action plan of resettlement and restoration for the
affected persons so as to ensure that they will benefit from the project and their living
standard will be improved or at least will be restored after the project is completed.

The detailed objectives: 1) No adverse effect will be caused on the production of the
affected enterprises, and the productive efficiency will be improved. 2)The per capita
annual net income of the affected employees will be restored or improved after the project,
and the waste collection group’s living standard will be improved obviously. 3)
Infrastructure, education, medical care, social welfare, natural environment, traffic, and so

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on will be improved after the project. The entrance rate of primary school and the
coverage rate of basic medical service keep the original level. 4) Land of the affected
village collective should be complemented after the permanent land acquisition, land use
condition should be basically improved, and land use efficiency should be greatly
enhanced.

4.2     Guidelines and Principles for the Resettlement Plan

4.2.1    Guidelines for Resettlement Plan

The guidelines for the resettlement plan include: i) respect and take care of local
residents’ production and living conditions; ii) consider the resettlers’ opinions sufficiently,
especially pay more attention to the demands of the poor and the vulnerable groups; iii)
guarantee the resettlers’ basic physical living condition; and iv) combining with the local
development, so as to restore, improve and enhance the resettlers’ production and living
level, and maintain the social stabilization.

4.2.2    Principles for Resettlement Plan

i) The resettlement plan should be implemented in accordance with the affected physical
material index, the land acquisition compensation and the resettlement subsidies.
ii) The resettlement plan should be combined with the condition of Baoding City National
High-tech Industrial Zone, such as construction situation, resource exploitation condition,
economy development, environment protection, etc. The resettlement plan should be
prepared taking practical circumstances into consideration, which suits the actual
situation and can create necessary conditions for the resettlers to develop.
iii) The layout should be made in accordance with the principle of “good for production
and convient for living”.
iv) The construction scope and standard of the auxiliary resettlement and construction
project should follow the principle of “satisfying the enterprises’ production development”.
The construction scope and standard should be decided in accordance with the
consultation between the affected enterprises, local government and concerned
departments.
v) Overall plans and all factors should be taken into consideration, and the relationship
among the national, the collective and the individual should be managed directly. And,
vi) Cash compensation, resettlement subsidies and production support should be
combined together. The project will make full use of the natural resource advantages so
as to restore and improve the resettlers’ living level gradually.

4.3     Resettlement Schemes

4.3.1    Resettlement Schemes for the Affected Enterprises

Cash compensation is adopted as the resettlement scheme for Datang Thermal Power

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Plant of Baoding City. The total land acquisition compensation amount is CNY 172.982
million, with a compensation rate of CNY 75,000/mu and a total land acquisition area of
2,306.42 mu.

4.3.2    Resettlement Schemes for the Affected Village Collective

No villager resettlement issue is involved in the proposed project, since the permanently
acquired land is idle land or wasteland which belongs to village public land.
Compensation rate for such land is CNY 160,000/mu, the totally aquired land area is
700mu; therefore, the total permanent collective land acquisition compensation is CNY
112.00 million.

4.3.3    Resettlement Schemes for the Affected Persons

1) Resettlement for the Affected Enterprise Employees

The 40 affected employees in the ash fields of Datang Thermal Power Plant of Boading
City and Baoding City Kaida Thermal Power Corporation will be re-arranged by their
enterprises, with an aim of guaranteeing the APs’ living standard to be restored and
improved.

2) Resettlement of the Waste Collection Group

There are totally 40 persons who live on waste collection for a long time. According to the
consulation, one-time compensation of CNY 50,000 was paid to them. They have
returned to their original homes in Chongqing City.

3) Resettlement of the Proprietors Related with Landfill Operation

Contractors of Beidakeng Landfill, including Damafang Grain Bureau, Ma Xuedong (from
Caozhuang Village), Xinshi District Environmental Protection and Sanitation Bureau,
Wang Zhigang (from Xinzhuang Village) and Zou Fufang (from Chongqing City), will be
paid a compensation of CNY 201,000 in accordance with the relevant legal opinions.

4.4     Restoration Plan

4.4.1    Objectives of the Restoration Plan

1) To Enhance the Regional Development

As an environment comprehensive treatment project, the proposed project is not just a
simple and part of restoration and treatment project. The objective of the project is to: 1)
construct Huanghuagou Valley to be an area of good production development, good sight
and good ecological environment; and 2) restore the original ecology of Huanghuagou

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Valley and extend the central axis in Baoding City.

2) To Restore the Proprietors’ Economy

The proposed project mainly involves in Comprehensive Treatment of Ash Filed of
Datang Thermal Power Plant in Baoding City, Renovation of Beidakeng Landfill and Its
Surrounding Areas, and Wastewater Intercepting Pipeline Construction in the Banks of
Huanghuagou Valley. Reasonable compensation should be paid to relevant proprietors by
Baoding High-tech Industrial Zone, so as to restore the livelihood of the affected
enterprises, affected village collective, ans the affected persons.

4.4.2   Restoration Plan for the Proprietors

1) Restoration Measures of the Permanently Acquired Collective Land

In accordance with the project impact, the opinion and negotiation among the affected
Datang Thermal Power Plant in Baoding City, Baoding Kaida Thermal Power Coporation
and Caozhuang Village Committee, asset exchange and cash compensation will be
adopted as the main resettlement measures. The project totally needs a permanent land
acquisition of 3,006.42 mu, of which, 2,306.42 mu of ash field of Datang Thermal Power
Plant in Boding City is the state transferred land, and 700 mu of landfill is village colletive
idle land. Through land treatment of the ash field and the landfill, all the permanently
acquired 3,006.42 mu land will become common land with a higher land utilization value.

i) Economy Restoration of Datang Thermal Power Plant in Baoding City
Land acquisition compensation will be paid to Datang Thermal Power Plant to restore its
economy.

ii) Livelihood Restoration of the Affected Village Collective and the Relevant Proprietors
The affected village collective plans to invest the land acquisition and resettlement
compensation in non-agricultural activities, such as establishing small business and
developing infrastructure in the village, etc. The use of compensation fee has to be
agreed upon by all villagers. The use of compensation fee should be reasonable, open
and transparent and monitored by villagers in order to benefit all villagers.

For the waste collection group, the government will help them to search new job
opportunities so as to restore and improve their livelihood.

2) Restoration Measures of the Temporarily Occupied Land

The main temporarily occupied land of the project is the areas used for construction of the
wastewater intercepting pipeline network in the banks of Huanghuagou Valley. No
additional temporarily occupied land will needed for the ash field treatment and landfill
renovation.

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The temporary land occupation impact is limited to the implementation period. Different
restoration methods will be adopted in accordance with the nature and characteristics of
the temporarily occupied land. When the project is finished, the construction unit will be
responsible for the restoration of the occupied land.

3) Restoration Measures of the Affected Structures and Ground Attachments

Cash compensation for the affected structures, ground attachments and underground
pipelines will be paid to Datang Thermal Power Plant and Baoding City Kaida Thermal
Power Corporation. This cost will be included in the land acquisition and resettlement
compensation.

4.4.3   Other Supportive Policies

1) Priority to the Work Opportunity in the Project Construction

The construction of this project will create some certain temporary or semi-fixed
construction work chances which include material transportation, earthwork project and
food provision, etc. Laborers in the affected households will enjoy the priority of taking
part in the construction, working at the non-technical posts so as to increase their income
and improve their living standard.

When the project is finished, the High-tech Zone will recruit from the affected households
some workers who will be responsible for the afforestation protection, tidiness, etc.

2) APs Training

For those APs who would like to stay in Baoding City, Baoding Municipal Government and
Management Committee of Baoding City Nationla High-tech Industrial Zone will organize
them to accept technical training. The training includes: 1) economic crops farming, 2)
farming machine and equipment maintaining, 3) animal and poultry breeding, 4) sewing
skill, 5) enrollment and operation of small-size business, etc. These training plans have
independent budget, and all the APs can participate. Subsidies will be paid to the
participants. The training budget will be distributed to local training institutions, such as
technical training center, agricultural technology extension center, and the Women’s
Federation.

3) Protect Women’s Rights and Support the Vulnerable Groups

In order to protect the women’s rights, many regulations have been established by
Commission of Politics and Law, Hebei Provincial Party Committee, Hebei Province
Women’s Federation, Hebei Province Publicity Department and relevant departments.
The regulations and files include Women Development Plan in Hebei Province (JF [2003]

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36), Women Development Plan in Baoding City (BFZ [2003] 24), etc. In the plan and
preparation stage of the Resettlement Plan, Baoding City High-tech Zone organized the
women villagers to actively take part in the investigation of the project impacts and
inquired of their thoughts about the income restoration program. They approved of the
project, thinking that the construction of the Huanghuagou Valley Comprehensive
Treatment Project is good for improving the environment of Baoding City and Baiyangdian
Lake Catchment, that the land acquisition doesn’t have much impact on their life. They
wish to get cash compensation and physical materials compensation and so on.

In order to benefit the affected vulnerable groups, Baoding High-tech Zone will support
them together with Civil Affairs Department. After the RP is approved, Baoding High-tech
Zone and the Civil Affairs Department will carry out support and assistance to the
vulnerable group (waste collection group in the project), especially for the affected women,
so as to improve the living standard of the affected vulnerable groups and the affected
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5     Institutional Framework

5.1     Institution Establishment

During the project preparation and implementation process, a top-down institutional
framework has been established, so as to plan, harmonize and monitor the resettlement
activities. Institutions responsible for the land acquisition and demolishment include:

1) Project Resettlement Leading Group;
2) Land Acquisition and Resettlement Office of Baoding City National High-tech Industrial
Zone;
3) Datang Thermal Power Plant of Baoding City;
4) Concerned village committees and villager groups;
5) Project Design Agencies; and
6) External Monitoring and Evaluation Agencies.

5.2     Institution Composition and Their Duties

5.2.1    Project Resettlement Leading Group

In order to ensure the successful implementation of the land acquisition and resettlement
and the achievement of the planned results, Baoding City government set up a project
resettlement leading group to prepare for the project and coordinate the implementation
process. The group consists of leaders from Baoding City Government, Baoding City
National High-tech Industrial Zone, Baoding City Construction Bureau, Baoding City Land
and Resources Bureau, Baoding City Environment Protection Bureau, etc. The main
duties of the Resettlement Leading Group are to lead the project, to establish policies of
resettlement and to organize and negotiate the relationships of all levels agencies. Its
subordinate is the Project Management Office (PMO) which is located in Management
Committee of Baoding City National High-tech Industrial Zone.

5.2.2    Land Acquisition and Resettlement Office of Baoding City National
         High-tech Industrial Zone

Management Committee of Baoding City National High-tech Industrial Zone is the project
implementation agency. Baoding City National High-tech Industrial Zone Development
Corporation sets up land acquisition and resettlement office. As the management
institution of land acquisition and resettlement, the office mainly takes the following
responsibilities:

1) Establish land acquisition and resettlement policies;
2) Entruste the desin institute to define the project impact scope, investigate the affected
physical goods index data, and take charge of data keeping;
3) Apply for land use planning permit and land use construction permit;

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4) Train the main resettlement cadres of the land acquisition and resettlement office;
5) Organize and harmonize the preparation and implementation of the RP;
6) Resettlement funds management, disbursement and funds use supervision;
7) Guide, harmonize, and supervise the resettlement activities and schedule;
8) Take charge of and examining the internal monitoring activities, and be in charge of the
resettlement reports preparation; and,
9) Choose external monitoring institute and assist external monitoring activities.

5.2.3   Datang Thermal Power Plant in Baoding City

The resettlement work group of Datang Themal Power Plant in Baoding City includes the
main cadres of Datang Thermal Power Plant in Baoding City and Baoding City Kaida
Thermal Power Corporation. Its responsibilities are as follows:

1) Participate in the socio-economic investigation and project impact imvestigation;
2) Consult and negotiate with the employees, and disseminate the resettlement policies;
3) Organize resettlement activities;
4) Take charge of land acquisition and resettlement compensation fund management and
disbursement;
5) Reflect the resettlers’ opinions and suggestions to the upper-level departments;
6) Reporting the resettlement implementation process; and,
7) Supply help to the affected employees.

5.2.4   Affected Village Committee and Affected Village Group

The resettlement work group of Caozhuang Village includes the main cadres of the village
committee and the village groups. Its responsibilities include:



1) Participate in the socio-economic investigation and project impact imvestigation;
2) Organize public consultation, and disseminate the resettlement policies;
3) Organize resettlement activities;
4) Take charge of land acquisition and resettlement compensation fund management and
disbursement;
5) Reflect the resettlers’ opinions and suggestions to the upper-level departments;
6) Reporting the resettlement implementation process; and,
7) Supply help to the vulnerable groups affected by land acquisition.

5.2.5   Project Design Agencies

The design agencies include all the design institutes and corporations which take part in
the project design. The project design agencies’ responsibilities include:

1) Design the detailed items of the project in accordance with the contract; and,

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2) Define the land acquisition scope.

5.2.6     External Monitoring and Evaluation Agencies

Baoding City PMO will confirm the independent resettlement monitoring agency by the
way of invitation and bidding. The main responsibilities of the external monitoring and
evaluation agency include:

1) The external monitoring and evaluation agency will make regular follow-up monitoring
and evaluation of the resettlement implementation, monitor the progress, quality and fund
of resettlement, and give advice. These agencies will also make follow-up monitoring of
production and living standards of resettlement, and submit independent monitoring and
evaluation report to Baoding City PMO and Asian Development Bank.
2) The external monitoring and evaluation agency will supply technical consultation to
Baoding City National High-tech Industrial Zone, in terms of data investigation and data
analysis.

5.3     Staff Arrangement

In order to guarantee the successful implementation of the Resettlement Plan,
resettlement institutions on every level have arranged special staff to form an unimpeded
information communication channel. Refer to Table 5-1 for the staff arrangement in
resettlement institutions involved in the project.


        Table 5-1 Staff Arrangement in Resettlement Institutions Involved in the Project
                              Staff      Staff Arrangement
 Institution Name         Arrangement   During High-Season         Staff Identity         Year to Start the Work
                              (No.)             (No.)
Baoding PMO                     5                 8           Officials                          2005.03
Project
                                                              Officials,            and
Resettlement                   5                8                                                2006.03
                                                              technicians
Leading Group
Land        Acquisition
and Resettlement
                                                              Technician,
Office of Baoding
                               5               10             socio-economy                      2005.05
City          National
                                                              investigation personnel
High-tech Industrial
Zone
Datang        Thermal
Power Plant of                 2                4             Cadres, technician                 2005.10
Baoding City
Concerned Village
Committee          and         3                5             Village cadres                     2006.12
Village Group
Project        Design                                         Senior        engineers,
                               2                5                                                2006.07
Agency                                                        engineers
External Monitoring
                               3                4             Professors, engineer               2007.03
Institution
Total                         25               44


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5.4     Institution Connection

During the land acquisition and resettlement preparation and implementation, in order to
make every institution know their work and responsibilities clearly, Land Acquisition and
Resettlement Office of Baoding National High-tech Industrial Zone signed work
requirement, assignation agreement or contract with Datang Thermal Power Plant of
Baoding City, relevant village committees, design agencies and monitoring and evaluation
agencies. The Land Acquisition and Resettlement Office of Baoding National High-tech
Industrial Zone will take all responsibilities of land acquisition and resettlement. During the
project implementation, the Land Acquisition and Resettlement Office of Baoding National
High-tech Industrial Zone will sign land acquisition and resettlement compensation
agreement with every resettlement implementation agencies. The contents of land
acquisition and resettlement compensation agreement are as follows:

1) Management Committee of Baoding National High-tech Industrial Zone will establish
Resettlement Plan and Tasks, and supervise the land acquisition and resettlement office
to implement the plan and tasks.
2) Baoding National High-tech Industrial Zone Development Corporation will hand the
Resettlement Plan and Tasks out to Datang Thermal Power Plant of Baoding City,
Caozhuang Village Committee, Huazhuang Village Committee and other relevant village
committees, and put forward matters and requirements which need them to assist.
3) Management Committee of Baoding National High-tech Industrial Zone will sign design
contract of project or subprojects with the project design agencies.
4) Management Committee of Baoding National High-tech Industrial Zone will sign an
agreement of independent monitoring and evaluation on land acquisition and
resettlement with the external monitoring and evaluation agency.

All the work requirements, assignation agreements and contracts will confirm the relevant
institutions’ work contents, responsibilities, rights and obligations.

5.5     Enhancement Measures for Resettlement Institutions

5.5.1    Staffing

The staffs from every level of institutions include technicians and administrative managers.
All the staffs must be provided with special knowledge and high management capacity.

5.5.2    Training for Resettlement Officers

1) Organize training on the key members who are engaged in the resettlement, so as
to make them to know the relevant resettlement policies in China, and the ADB’s
requirement.
2) Organize training on the key members who are engaged in the resettlement, so as

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to make them to be more capable of policies management.
3) Fund and facilities are sufficiently guaranteed, the concerned institutions are
equipped with telephones, fax machines and computers, etc.
4) Establish a rewards and punishment system for the land acquisition and
resettlement staffs, so as to mobilize their enthusiasm.
5) Establish land acquisition and resettlement management information system, use
computer to process the data of land acquisition and resettlement, enhance the
information feedback and guarantee an unimpeded communication of information up
and down.
6) Improve the reporting system, strengthen the internal monitoring and solve
problems found in time.
7) Improve the external monitoring and evaluation mechanism, set up early warning
system. The external monitoring and evaluation institution should propose in time
suggestions and solutions to the existing problems to the resettlement implementation
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6     Public Participation and Grievance Redress

According to policies and regulations of ADB, China and Hebei Province on land
acquisition and resettlement, it is necessary to carry out public participation in the
project preparation and implementation period in order to well adopt the proposals and
suggestions of the APs, to further work out policies and detailed regulations
concerned with land acquisition and resettlement, to prepare a good resettlement plan,
to effectively organize the implementation, to protect the legal rights of the APs, to
reduce their complaints and achieve the resettlement objectives.

6.1     Public Participation

The project pays more attention on the public participation and consultation during the
resettlement policy establishment, RP preparation and project implementation.
Opinions and suggestions from various social organizations, government departments
and the affected persons are well collected and considered. During the project FSR
design period, the implementation agency and the design agency consulted with
people’s congress of relevant local departments, political consultative conference,
mass organizations, town/township government and APs representatives on the
issues such as construction scheme of the project, resettlement measures and
resettlement means. During the resettlement preparation period, the Project
Resettlement Office solicited local government and the APs representatives’ opinions
and suggestions on land acquisition and resettlement policies, and completed the
Resettlement Plan with the assistance of local government. During the project
implementation period, resettlement institutions of all levels will encourage public
participation in the resettlement, livelihood restoration and re-built work.

6.1.1    Public Participation in the Project FSRs Period

1. During the project preparation period, relevant departments of Baoding Municipal
Government held many consultation meetings on the issues of ash field treatment and
landfill management. In April 2004, two consultation meetings were held by the
Management Committee of Baoding National High-tech Zone to discuss the pollution
issues of ash field and landfill. Finally, an action group was formed, comprising of
Baoding City Environmental Protection Bureau, High-tech Zone Industrial and
Commercial Bureau, High-tech Zone inspection brigade, ash filed and villagers. On
the one hand, the action group takes charge of answering the APs’ queations and
supplying law consultation, on the other hand, it can compulsorily ban those ash fields
who do not obey the management and the notification. In April 2006, Baoding
Municipal Government held a meeting of strengthening the ash field treatment work of
Datang Thermal Power Plant (in Baoding City) in the project site. Participants of the
meeting visited the ash field, and heard the process of the ash field treatment work
and public opinions. A consensus was achieved by the meeting that the ash field
treatment would be an important measure to solve the pollution problem of Baoding

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City and Baiyangdian Lake Catchment.

2. During the project design process, technicians from the project construction agency
and the design agency visited many project sites, and collected the opinions and
suggestions from various departments, such as Baoding City Development and
Reform Bureau, Land and Resources Bureau, Civil Affairs Bureau, Environmental
Protection Bureau, affected village committees, village groups, etc. Such opinions and
suggestions will be considered during the comparative schemes design and choosing,
so as to minimize the effect of land acquisition and resettlement.

3. In order to disseminate the project, as well as further to know the public’s opinions
on project construction and resettlement, the work personnels of the implementation
agency went to the affected township and affected village groups to collect the APs’
opions and suggestions through discuss meetings, to disseminate the necessity of the
project and the resettlement policies, and to solicit the APs’ opinions and suggestions
on resettlement measures.

6.1.2   Public Participation in the Project Preparation Period

1. From July to August 2006, Baoding National High-tech Zone Development Co,
Limited conducted the preliminary survey of house condition and socio-economic
status in the land acquisition scope. The resettlement representatives also
participated in the survey and listened to the public opinions on the land acquisition
and resettlement compensation. Such opinions have been considered sufficiently
during the resettlement plan preparation.

2. Management Committee of the High-tech Zone organized and held a dissemination
meeting with participants of all levels of local government cadres and various APs. The
meeting disseminated various policies, including the existing national, provincial and
municipal resettlement policies and ADB’s relevant policies. Opinions and suggestions
about how to minimize the project effect, how to relocate the APs, how to compensate
the APs and so on were collected and consultated.

3. Land acquisition and affected physical investigation was conducted from July 2006
to August 2006. Meanwhile, the land acquisition office listened to the villager
representatives’ opinions on site selection, construction scope, construction scheme,
land acquisition and resettlement, relocation, compensation standardand so on, and
conducted comprehensive consultation, with the principle of fully respecting the
resettlers’ even requirements and opinions. In addition, the land acquisition office also
conducted comprehensive socio-economic investigation, public opinion survey and
psychological investigation. During the socio-economic investigation, the APs were
visited door to door to get their resettlement opinion and attitude to the project. The
comprehensive survey settled base for the resettlement plan preparation.


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4. The socio-economic investigation was well supported by local government, affected
village groups and the APs. That is to say, all of them participated in the resettlement
plan preparation.


                Table 6-1 Public Participation during the Period of Project Preparation
                                                    Number
Department         Date          Participants         of            Aim                        Remarks
                                                    People
                              The        affected
Management                                                                           Establish action group, listen to
                               persons, relevant             To deal with the
Committee of                                                                   the public opinions
              April, 2004      governmental           30     pollution problem
the High-tech                                                                         Put down the ash fields which
                               departments, and              of ash field
Zone                                                                           do not obey the management.
                               village cadres
Baoding                                                                                Participants visited the ash
                              Concerned                      To enhance the
Municipal                                                                        field, listened to the treatment
                April, 2006   government              15     ash field treatment
People’s                                                                         process and brought forward some
                              departments                    process
Government                                                                       suggestions.
PMO,
Hongda
Corporation,
High-tech                                                    Preliminary
Zone                          The APs, village               investigation     of      Introduce the background and
Development     June, 2006    cadres and project      10     project feasibility, aim of the project
Co. Limited,                  technicians                    field survey and
and      Land                                                project impacts
and
Resources
Bureau
High-tech
Zone
                                                             RP preparation,          assist the project impacts
Development
                              concerned                      investigation   of investigation
Co. Limited,    July–                                                                 The village representatives
                              government and                 resettlement
Land      and   August,                               10
                              village                        impacts       and strongly expressed the necessity of
Resources       2006
                              representatives                socioeconomic      the project
Bureau, and
                                                             situation
Hongda
Corporation,
High-tech
Zone
Development
                September - the         affected             prepare for income      Discuss the compensation
Co. Limited,
                Novermber, persons          and       14     restoration        scheme and the income restoration
and      Land
                2006        village group                    program            scheme
and
Resources
Bureau


6.1.3    Resettlement Information Booklet

Based on the resettlement policies and entitlement pattern, the resettlement
information booklet was prepared by High-tech Zone Development Co. Limited, and
handed out to the APs. It aimed to let the APs know: 1) the applied policies and
regulations; 2) the related entitlements and compensation standard; and 3) livelihood
and living restoration plan. It would also make the resettlement transparent. The
booklet includes project profile, project impact scope, Chinese land acquisition and
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resettlement laws and regulations, land acquisition and resettlement compensation
standard, grievance redress procedure, income restoration plan, project budget,
project schedule, etc.

The bookelet has been handed out to the APs, the project location government and
residential committees in December 2006. Hereafter, a series of community meeting
and household visits would be conducted to answer the questions related with land
acquisition and resettlement, to solicit the public opinions and suggestions, and to
inform the APs that they can bring forward their requests and appeal through various
channels (to BaodingMunicipal People’s Government, district-level government and
residential committee, etc.) and different ways (such as personal visitation, letters,
phones, etc.).

6.2   Public Participation Plan

In order to answer the APs’ questions about resettlement, further consultation with the
APs will be continued until the resettlement plan implementation. The consultation
meetings will be held by the project executive agency. Every affected household will
be given the chance to be consultated before signing the resettlement agreement.
Refer to Table 6-2 for the public participation plan during the resettlement
implementation process.




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                                Table 6-2 Public Participation Plan of the Project
      Aim                 Means         Time           Department            Participants            Topic
Resettlement         village notice               PMO,               and
Information          board     and December,      High-tech        Zone                     Announce resettlement
                                                                         all APs
Booklet              villager       2006          Development        Co.                    information
Dissemination        meeting                      Limited
                                                  PMO,         High-tech
                 village notice                   Zone Development                          announce             the
Land Acquisition board     and February,          Co. Limited, Land                         requisitioned land area,
                                                                         all APs
Announcement villager           2007              and        Resources                      resettlement rate and
                 meeting                          Bureau,      township                     resettlement means
                                                  and village cadres
Resettlement
Plan                                June, 2007    the ADB Website                           announce the draft RP
Announcement
Announcement
                                                  PMO,         High-tech
of           land
                     village notice               Zone Development
Acquisition
                     board     and                Co. Limited, Land                         Compensation fee and
Compensation                        June, 2007                           all APs
                     villager                     and        Resources                      disbursement mode
and
                     meeting                      Bureau,      township
Resettlement
                                                  and village cadres
Scheme
Inform the APs of
  the      project                                                      Stakeholders,
                                                  High-tech        Zone
  process, final     villager                                           beneficiaries, and
                                    July, 2007    Development       Co.                    Project Process
  design      and    meeting                                            APs related with
                                                  Limited
  project                                                               the project
  schedule
                                                  PMO,         High-tech
Recheck        of                                 Zone Development                          Check and remedy,
                  field survey      July, 2007                           all APs
Physical Index                                    Co. Limited, township                     identify the final result
                                                  and village cadres
Confirm      the
                     villager                     PMO,         High-tech                    discuss the final income
Income
                     meeting                      Zone Co.Limited, and                      restoration program and
Restoration                         July, 2007                           all APs
                     (several                     township/village                          the compensation fee
Program and its
                     times)                       cadres                                    using scheme
Implementation
                                                                                            Hold a meeting with
Inform the APs of                                 PMO,         High-tech
                                                                                            participants        of
entitlements and villager                         Zone Co.Limited, and
                                    July, 2007                           all APs            residential households
compensation      meeting                         township/village
                                                                                            to inform them of the
disburse date                                     cadres
                                                                                            entitlement points.
                                                  PMO,         High-tech
                                                                                            To confirm whether it is
Supervision     by Household                      Zone Co.Limited, and
                                    October, 2007                        Random Sampling     necessary to add
the APs            Interview                      township/village
                                                                                             support.
                                                  cadres


6.3     Grievance Redress

6.3.1     Possible Grievance Redress Measures

The resettlement report sufficiently considers the various resettlement possibilities in
the project impact scope. However, some unforeseeable problems may happen, which
will lead to appeal. According to the past experience, the common appeals include
property disputation, reward standard, reward disbursement, disputation on

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resettlement and livelihood restoration plan.

The APs’ opinions have been discussed in the consultation meeting with many
participants of officials, the affected villages and the EAs. Strategies for resettlement
and income restoration measures have been made: 1) cash compensation will benefit
the APs directly; 2) to ensure the compensation fund to be disbursed in time; 3)
develop non-agriculture and small size enterprises; and 4) supply help to the
small-size home operational business, especially to those women and other
vulnerable groups.

6.3.2   Grievance Redress Channel and Procedure

Public participation is encouraged in both the preparing and the implementing process
of the resettlement action plan, so there should not be immense controversies to incur.
However, in the whole process, some unforeseeable problems may happen. In order
to effectively solve the problems and guarantee the successful implementation of the
project and land acquisition, a transparent and effective grievance redress channel is
to be set up in the project. The basic solution procedures are as follows:

- Stage 1: If the rights of the affected households are infringed in any respect of the land
acquisition and resettlement, the affected households can complain or appeal to the Village
Committee in oral or in written form. If an oral appeal is made, the Village Committee must
record it on paper and respond to it. The above appeal is to be handled in no more than two
weeks.
- Stage 2: If the AP is not satisfied with the decision in stage 1, he/she can appeal to Land
Acquisition Office of Baoding High-tech Industrial Zone or the Resettlement Office after
receiving the decision, Land Acquisition Office of Baoding High-tech Industrial Zone or the
Resettlement Office will reach a solution in no more than two weeks.
- Stage 3: If the AP is not satisfied with the decision in stage 1, he/she can appeal to
Baoding City Huanghuagou Valley Environment Comprehensive Treatment Project
Management Office (PMO) or the Baoding City Land and Resources Bureau after
receiving the decision, Baoding City Huanghuagou Valley Environment Comprehensive
Treatment Project Management Office (PMO) or the Baoding City Land and Resources
Bureau will reach a solution in no more than two weeks.
- Stage 4: If the AP is still dissatisfied with the decision made by Baoding City
Huanghuagou Valley Environment Comprehensive Treatment Project Management Office
(PMO) or the Baoding City Land and Resources Bureau, he/she can, after receiving the
solution, appeal progressively to administrative agencies of jurisdiction according to
Administrative Litigation Law of PRC and call for arbitration.

All of the institutions accept the appeals and grievance of the affected persons free of charge,
and the proper expenses occured thereof will be paid in the contingencies of this project.
The grievance redress procedures are valid in the whole construction period, so that the
affected persons may apply them to solve relevant problems.

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    Figure 6-1              Flow Chart of the Grievance Redress


    Baoding      High-tech        Zone,
                                           Resettlement    Leading    Group,
    Baoding    Municipal       People’s
                                            Municipal Land and Resources
    Court


                                                                               External Monitoring
    Baoding      High-tech        Zone,                                        and      Evaluation
                                           Land Acquisition and Resettlement
    Baoding    discipline     inspection                                       Agnecy
                                           Office of Baoding High-tech Zone
    and controlling Department




    Baoding      High-tech        Zone,
                                                Caozhuang Village
    Baoding Complaint letter and
                                                     Committee
    request handling office




                                                          APs




                            Figure 6-1 Flow Chart of the Grievance Redress




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7       Resettlement Cost Estimate

7.1       Design Base and Principles

The resettlement plan cost estimate is formed in accordance with the existing releveant
policies of the state, Hebei Province and ADB.

Land Administration Law of the People’s Republic of China
State Council Management regulations on civic building removal
Regulations on Land Administration of Hebei Province
Management and implementation measures on civic building removal of Hebei Province
Management measures on civic building removal fo Baoding Municipality
Project Files and Meeting Summaries of Baoding Municipal Government and
Management Committee of Baoding City High-tech Zone
Handbook on Resettlement: A Guide to Good Practice, ADB Manila,1998

7.2       Resettlement Cost Estimate

7.2.1      Basic Costs

The basic costs include land acquisition and resettlement costs related with permanent
land acquisition of ash field in Datang Thermal Power Plant (Baoding City), and
Beidakeng Landfill idle land. Refer to Table 7-1 for the overall schedule of the
resettlement investment estimate.


        Table 7-1 Resettlement Compensation Cost Estimate of Huanghuagou Valley Project
                                                 Compensation
No.                Items             Quantity                   Estimate Amount          Remarks
                                                    Rate
             Permanent Land
    1            Acquisition
               Compensation
                Reaquire the
                                                       CNY       CNY 172,98.15
 1.1            state-owned         2,306.42mu                                        Ash field land
                                                    75,000/mu       million
              Transferred Land
            Permanent Collective                      CNY         CNY 112.00
 1.2                                  700mu                                            Landfill land
              Land Acquisition                     160,000/mu       million
    2      Resettlement Subsidies
                                                                                   Compensation for the
            Compensation for the
 2.1                                                              CNY 201,000     proprietors related with
               Proprietors
                                                                                     landfill operation
            Compensation for the                                                   Compensation for the
 2.2                                                              CNY 50,000
             Vulnerable Groups                                                    waste collection group
              Temporary Land
 2.3            Occupation                                            0                    none
               Compensation
                                                                 CNY 285,23.25
               Total
                                                                    million



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7.2.2   Other Costs

Other costs such as land acquisition tax, cultivated land reclamation fee, fee for paid-for
new nonstruction land use and so on will not be involved in the costs estimate. Refer to
Table 7-2 for other costs of the project.


                          Table 7-2 Estimate of Other Costs in the Project
  No.           Costs Items                Calculation Basis                  Costs Amount        Remarks
               Implementation
   1                                                                          CNY 1.50 million
              Management Fee
           External Monitoring and
   2                                     0.3% of the basic costs               CNY 854,900
               Evaluation Fee
   3          Skill Training Fee                                            CNY 150,000
             Total                                                        CNY 2.5049 million


7.2.3   Contingencies

Refer to Table 7-3 for the contingencies estimate.


                                 Table 7-3 Contingencies Estimate
 No.        Costs Items                     Calculation Basis                      Costs Amount   Remarks
                                The contingencies have been arranged in the
  1        Contingencies                                                                  0
                                     FSR. No more will be refered here.
          Total                                                                           0


To sum up, the total land acquisition and resettlement costs estimate is CNY 287.7374
million. Refer to Table 7-4 for the details.




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        Table 7-4 Total Land Acquisition and Resettlement Costs Estimate of the Project
  No.             Costs Items               Amount           Percentage             Remarks
             Permanent Land
  1              Acquisition
                Compensation
                Call Back the
           state-owned Tranferred    CNY 172.9815 million    60.12%             Ash field land
                    Land
            Permanent Collective
                                      CNY 112.00 million     38.92%              Landfill land
               Land Acquisition
  2        Resettlement Subsidies
                                                                            Compensation for the
             Landfill Treatment         CNY 251,000           0.09%       proprietors and vulnerable
                                                                                    groups
  3              Other Costs
               Implementation
                                       CNY 1.50 million       0.52%
              Management Fee
           External Monitoring and
                                         CNY 50,000           0.02%
               Evaluation Fee
              Skill Training Fee        CNY 150,000           0.05%
  4             Contingencies
                Contingencies           CNY 804,900           0.28%
              Total                  CNY 287.7374 million    100.00%


7.3     Fund Disbursement

7.3.1    Fund Disbursement Principles

To ensure the timely availability of the fund in full, the restoration of the production and
living standard, and the income of affected persons, the following measures will be
adopted as the disbursement principles of land acquisition and resettlement fund:

- All the fees concerning the land acquisition and resettlement will be budgeted in the
project total cost.
- All the land compensation fee and the resettlement subsidies should be paid prior
to the land acquisition so as to ensure that all the affected persons receive
well-arranged resettlement.
- For the smooth implementation of land acquisition and resettlement, financial and
supervisory institutions of all levels should be established to make sure all the funds
can be disbursed in due time.

7.3.2    Fund Management

To ensure the timely availability of the fund in full, the restoration of the production and
living standard, and the income of affected persons, IA of Baoding National High-tech
Zone Development Co. Limited (subordinate of Management Committee of Baoding
High-tech Zone) will adopt the following measures:

(1) Special Account should be established: the EA will establish a special account in

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the financial institutions. Land acquisition and resettlement compensation fund will be
deposited into the account. The EA will sign agreement on the affairs of fund use
scope, fund use plan, supervision and management, etc. The agreement and the
certificate of land acquisition and resettlement compensation supplied by the financial
institutions will be submitted to the land acquisition and resettlement management
department by the project executive agency. Land acquisition and resettlement
management department takes charge of the supervision and management of the land
acquisition and resettlement compensation fund. It will check the disbursement and
use of the compensation fund.
(2) Land Acquisition Agreement should be signed. According to the compensation
policies and compensation rate in the RP, a “land acquisition agreement” should be
signed.
(3) Fund Disbursement. The EA (Baoding National High-tech Zone Development
Co.Limited) will distribute the compensation fund to the affected agencies through
bank accounts.




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8     Resettlement Implementation Plan

8.1     Principles of Resettlement Implementation

According to the plan of the project implementation of Huanghuagou Valley
Comprehensive Treatment Project, this project will begin in August, 2007, and will be
finished by June 2010. To connect the plan of resettlement implementation progress
with that of project construction, the land acquisition will start in June, 2007, and will
be finished by October, 2007. The basic principles for resettlement implementation
plan are as follows:

- The land acquisition must be finished at least one month prior to the start of project
construction, so as to leave enough time for those affected villages to prepare for the
resettlement and income restoration program.
- Those affected persons should have the opportunity to participate in the project
during the process of resettlement. Before the start of the project construction, the
area of land acquisition should be made known to the public, the resettlement
information booklet should be issued, and that the public can participate in the related
work should be ensured.
- All kinds of compensation should be paid directly and fully to the property owner
within three months after the approval of land acquisition compensation and
resettlement plan. No unit or individual can use the compensation fee on behalf of the
property owner. And there should be no discount for the compensation, whatever the
reason is.

8.2     Basic Contents

The proposed project involves land acquisition and resettlement and treatment of the
ash field and landfill, and the Huanghuagou Valley environmental comprehensive
treatment. Land acquisition and resettlement work should be completed before the
project construction. In addition, public announcement work should be conducted
before land acquisition and resettlement. The RP should be prepared in advance so as
to solicit opinions from all aspects and let the APs to sufficiently know relevant policies
and regulations.

8.3     Resettlement Implementation Plan

8.3.1    Confirmation of Demolished Physical Materials

Management Committee of Baoding National High-tech Zone, together with Baoding
Urban Construction and Demolition Engineering Department, takes responsibilities of
checking all the affected ground attachments, sending the results to the IA and the IA’s
director department for examination, confirming the compensation amount and other
issues based on the checking results, and announcing the compensation affair to the

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concerned agencies.

8.3.2   Approval of Demolition Procedures

Land acquisition must be approved by land and resources departments. Land
acquisition by the proposed project must be approved by the plan department
(Baoding Plan Bureau) firstly, and then be sent to the Baoding City Land and
Resources Bureau for approval. The agency who is in charge of house demolishment
must obtain the house demolition permit before demolishment implementation.
Baoding Municipal House Management Bureau is the administrative department of
land acquisition and resettlement. All the land acquisition and resettlement work must
be approved by Baoding Municipal House Management Bureau, and started after
gaining house demolition permit. Or else, the house demolition will be treated as
illegal. The IA should declare relevant materials from Baoding Municipal House
Management Bureau in accordance with relevant regulations.

8.3.3   Sign of Resettlement Agreement

The following things should be clarified in the resettlement agreement:

1) Basic information, such as house structure, area, location, floor, orientation, mode
   of access to the land, etc.
2) Resettlement compensation measures.
3) Resettlement cut-off date.
4) Cash compensation amount, resettlement subsidies, other resettlement
   compensation, and the compensation disbursement modes and cut-off date.
5) Obligation of breaking the agreement.
6) Other issues the Parties consider to be clarified.

The resettlement compensation agreement in written form should be signed between
the entrusted demolition implementation agency and the resettlers after both the
parties come to agree with the amount of the affected physical materials and the
compensation rate. When the resettlement compensation agreement is signed, it has
legal effectiveness, which will be used as the basis of the two parties’ right and
obligation.

8.3.4   Schedule for Resettlement Implementation

The plan for the general resettlement implementation progress of this project is
worked out according to the land acquisition implementation progress in the project
construction of Huanghuagou Valley Comprehensive Treatment Project. Land
acquisition and resettlement will be started three months before the project
implementation. There may be appropriate modification of the exact implementation
time due to the deviation of the project general progress. Refer to Table 8-1 for the

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resettlement implementation time.


             Table 8-1 Resettlement Implementation Schedule of the Project




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9     Monitoring and Evaluation

In order to ensure the successful implementation of the resettlement plan, to realize the
goal of proper resettlement, the regular monitoring, including both the internal monitoring
within resettlement institutions and the external monitoring, and the regular evaluation will
be carried out in the implementation of land acquisition and resettlement, according to the
requirements of Resettlement Policy of Asian Development Bank.

Internal monitoring and evaluation will be conducted by the IA of Baoding National
High-tech Zone Development Co. Limited. For external monitoring and evaluation,
qualified, independent and experienced resettlement agency will be invited as the
independent resettlement monitoring agency. Resettlement monitoring and evaluation will
be carried out after the land acquisition and resettlement is completed, with a monitoring
period of Year 2007-Year 2010.

9.1    Objectives and Requirements of Monitoring and Evaluation

The objectives of monitoring and evaluation are to examine whether land acquisition and
resettlement is implemented in accordance with the schedule and the budget estimate,
whether the land acquisition and resettlement objectives are achieved, and whether the
land acquisition and resettlement principles are followed.

The monitoring and evaluation at least include: i) monitoring the implementation process
and validity of land acquisition and resettlement; and ii) evaluating income restoration and
resettlement condition of the APs and affected communities.

The monitoring and evaluation should cover: i) fund disbursement; ii) the APs’ social
flexibility after resettlement; and iii) the APs’ living condition and economic situation after
resettlement.

The monitoring and evaluation activities should include: i) establishing data base of the
APs’ socio-economic background before land acquisition and resettlement; ii) conducting
daily monitoring on the APs in two years after land acquisition and resettlement; and iii)
implementing evaluation of the APs’ living standard sustainability before the project in
terms of both quality and quantity.

9.2    Internal Monitoring and Evaluation

Baoding High-tech Zone Development Co. Limited will collect and record all the
information of land acquisition and resettlement. The whole internal monitoring framework
comprises of regular monitoring and confirmation by Baoding National High-tech Zone
Development Co. Limited, and continuous data from the affected community. Internal
monitoring and evaluation will be conducted every three months during the project
implementation period.

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The main monitoring indexes include: i) various compensation disbursement; ii)
implementation of the income restoration plan; iii) examination of grievance registration
and conflict-solving activities; and iv) evaluation of income restoration process.

9.3   External Monitoring and Evaluation

Besides the above indexes in the internal monitoring, external monitoring should be
carried out every 6 months and the evaluation should be conducted once a year during
the resettlement emplementation period. A background survey should be carried out in
the monitoring beginning phase. All the external monitoring report should be submitted to
Baoding National High-tech Zone Development Co. Limited and the Asian Development
Bank. Demolition professionals in different degrees will be trained by the external
monitoring agency. In order to verify the resettlement completion volume, sample
investigation of various affected physical materials has been conducted, which is used to
confirm the project process in the internal monitoring report and the accuracy degree.

The checking information sources are: i) Baoding Natinal High-tech Zone Development
Co. Limited; ii) Datang Thermal Power Plant (Baoding City); iii) Baoding Kaida Thermal
Power Co. Limited; iv) Caozhuang Village Committee; and v) other APs.

Information and data collection approaches include: i) questionnaire investigation; ii) visit
and interview the affected households; and iii) interview the special and focus groups with
an aim of confirming special issues, such as the affected old, the affected women, and so
on by the temporary land occupation. The collected data should be analyzed in terms of
affected area, resettlement place, affected time, affected types, compensation degree,
resettlement course, etc.

9.4   Main Duties of Monitoring and Evaluation

Baoding High-tech Zone Development Co. Limited will collect and record all the
information of land acquisition and resettlement. The whole internal monitoring framework
comprises of regular monitoring and confirmation by Baoding National High-tech Zone
Development Co. Limited, and continuous data from the affected community. Internal
monitoring report will be conducted every three months and external report will be
conducted every six months during the demolition implementation period. Annual
evaluation will be conducted for two years after the completion of demolition
implementation.

The main monitoring indexes include: i) various compensation disbursement; ii)
implementation of the income restoration plan; iii) examination of grievance registration
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9.5   Special Consideration

During the monitoring process, the vulnerable groups should be paid more attention in the
following aspects: i) Status and function of women. The monitoring process should pay
close attention to the change of women’s status, function and situation. The monitoring
and evaluation agency should supply the project implementing agency with suggestions
and help on the women’s issues. ii) Pay attention to the affected vulnerable groups. The
monitoring process should pay close attention to the living status of the women and other
vulnerable groups after the resettlement, so as to help them get rid of hard life. iii) The
monitoring and evaluation processs should supply the information that whether the
resettlement funds is enough and how to use the funds.

9.6   Content and Distribution of the External Monitoring Report

The external monitoring report should include: i) resettlement background suvey; ii) land
acquisition and resettlement schedule; iii) compensation distribution; iv) utilization
methods of land acquisition compensation and resettlement subsidies; v) utilization
methods of collective compensation; vi) livelihood and income restoration; vii) evaluation
of demolition implementation agency’s capacity; viii) restoration of vulnerable groups; ix)
gender issues; x) participation and consultation; xi) appeal; xii) problems and suggestions;
xiii) satisfactory degree of the APs; xiv) evaluation conclusion; xv) the main existing and
potential problems, including the continuation of the confirmed problems; and xvi)
suggestions and methods to reduce and prevent the negative impact.

The eternal monitoring should be carried out every six months. For example, the external
monitoring agency promises to supply information report to the Resettlement Leading
Group of Management Committee of Baoding National High-tech Zone, Baoding National
High-tech Zone Development Co. Limited, Datang Thermal Power Plant (Baoding City),
and Caozhuang Village Committee until the project is completed.

Baoding National High-tech Zone Development Co. Limited will send the report copy to
the Baoding City Leading Group Office of Integrated Ecosystem Management and
Environmental Protection of the Baiyangdian Lake Catchment Project which is funded by
ADB. The report will be translated into English version and will be sent to the ADB. The
Baoding National High-tech Zone Development Co. Limited should guarantee that the
project progress information and status of every aspect in the land acquisition and
resettlement are included in the monitoring report. After the monitoring agency finishes
the impact evaluation of resettlement, Baoding National High-tech Zone Development Co.
Limited should supply the ADB with a final report, which should further testify whether the
negative effect has been reduced and whether the APs’ income has been restored at
least.

9.7   Evaluation after the Resettlement


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After the resettlement has been completed, Baoding PMO together with Resettlement
Office of High-tech Zone takes the responsibility of preparing a resettlement completion
report. The report should prescribe the detailed information of the resettlement
implementation, including permanent land acquisition, temporary land occupation, APs’
living and income restoration, resettlement costs, project schedule, grievance redress, etc.
The report should be submitted to ADB before the project completion report.




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Appendix 1 Outline of External Monitoring

1. Brief Introduction

(1) In order to ensure the successful implementation of the resettlement plan, to realize
the goal of proper resettlement, the regular monitoring, including both the internal
monitoring within resettlement institutions and the external monitoring, and the regular
evaluation will be carried out in the implementation of land acquisition and resettlement,
according to the requirements of Resettlement Policy of Asian Development Bank.

(2) According to the requirements of Asian Development Bank policy, Baoding Project
Management Office will invite qualified, independent and experienced resettlement
agency to be the independent resettlement monitoring agency. The external monitoring
and evaluation agency should be finally decided based on bidding.

(3) The external monitoring and evaluation should cover the following contents: i) the
implementation process of the resettlement plan, and the effect; ii) evaluating the situation
of the affected persons and affected communities after the income restoration.

2. Objectives and Requirement of Monitoring and Evaluation

(4) The objectives of monitoring and evaluation are to examine whether land acquisition
and resettlement is implemented in accordance with the schedule and the budget
estimate, whether the land acquisition and resettlement objectives are achieved, and
whether the land acquisition and resettlement principles are followed. The monitoring and
evaluation will pay attention to the APs’ situation and all aspects of resettlement, such as i)
economic condition before and after land acquisition and resettlement; ii) resettlement
fund disbursement; iii) environment condition; iv) restoration of the vulnerable groups; v)
restoration of the temporarily occupied land; vi) measures taken by the village committee
to restore the affected livelihood; and vii) analyzing the APs’ living and ecomony condition
after resettlement, compared with the un-affected households.

(5) The monitoring and evaluation should include: i) establish the APs’ socio-economic
minimum guarantee before land acquisition; ii) regularly monitor the APs’ resettlement
and adjustment during the project implementation period; and iii) evaluate the APs’
production and living situation in one or two years after the resettlement. The evaluation
should adopt both quantitative and qualitative methods, comprising of interviewing the EA,
local government officials, village leaders, investigation of not less than 20% of the APs,
and conducting point groups discussion such as women, the poor, the vulnerable group
and the unemployed man.

3. Index of Monitoring and Evaluation


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(6) According to the setting principles, rights, restoration strategies and plan in the
resettlement, the following indexes can be involved in the monitoring and evaluation: i)
protecting the APs’ and affected agencies’ rights. The detailed right information of
compensation, houses, cultivated land and employment will be listed in the RP. ii)
Economy and production development, such as cultivated land redistribution, land
restoration, job opportunities supplied to the APs. iii) Supplying alternative houses. The
APs must move into the choosed house before demolition, and they should get moving
and transportation subsidies in time. iv) Public infranstructure restoration. All the public
infrastructures should be restored in the relocated place the same as those in the former
place. v) The APs’ satisfaction degree. It should include the APs’ satisfaction with all the
aspects of resettlement plan strategies. vi) Living level. Living level should be paid
attention during the whole project implementation period. The potential issues in the living
level restoration should be identified and reported. After the project implementation, the
consultant experts will conduct comprehensive socio-economy investigation, so as to
research the APs’ living situation after resettlement. Such investigation should be carried
out every year with a period of two years, until most of the APs’ living level and income
source have been restored. vii) The APs’ participation. The APs should participate in the
project impact measure, compensation consultation, collective investment
decision-making of the land compensation, and the monitoring of project process. viii)
Assisting the vulnerable families, such as attention to the impact on the children, the old
and other vulnerable groups, implementation of relevant laws and regulations, measures
of economy restoration, and the enhancement of the women’ social status. And ix)
Enough resettlement fund. The resettlement fund should be disbursed in time and in full.
The financial auditing results should be invoved in the monitoring report. And the fund
should be added if not sufficient.

4. Sepical Consideration

(7) During the monitoring process, special attention and help should be supllied to the
women, the poor and vulnerable groups in the resettlement paln. It includes: i) women’s
social status and roles. The report should pay close attention to the change of women’s
social status, role and situation. At least 50% of the female APs should be investigated. ii)
More attention to the vulnerable groups. The report should pay close attention to living
condition of the old, the disabled and other vulnerable groups after resettlement.

5. Content and Distribution of the Independent Monitoring Report

(8) The contents of the monitoring and evaluation report should include: i) summary of the
investigation, the findings of evaluation and brief summary; ii) existing and potential main
issuses; iii) suggestions of relief and preventing measures; and iv) tracing measures
before evaluation.

(9) During the resettlement plan implementation, the monitoring agency should submit
monitoring and evaluation report to the ADB and Baoding PMO every six months. After

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the PMO has completed the Resettlement Completion Report, the monitoring agency
should condect yearly evaluation activities with a period of two years, until all the
resettlement issues are solved successfully.

(10) All the reports should be supplied in Chinese and English versions. In order to check
the information, the PMO should supply the external monitoring agency with project
process information and all aspects of land acquisition and resettlement activities. The
external monitoring agency will transmit the RP to ADB directly.

6. Time and Frequency of Monitoring and Evaluation

(11) The service time of external monitoring agency is totally 4 years from 2007 to 2010.

(12) Before the completion of land acquisition and house demolishement planned in the
RP, external monitoring agency will conduct an external monitoring and evaluation every
six months with one month input every time. Twice Annual Evaluations should be
conducted on each subproject. The investigation could be implemented by stages in
accordance with the process of each subproject. The total input is 15 person-months
(assistant investigators are not involved in).

                    Schedule for Resettlement Monitoring and Evaluation
     No.       Tasks                                Time            Report Cut-off Date
      1        Field Survey                         July, 2007      August 15th, 2007
      2        Project Implementation Monitoring    October, 2007   Novermber 31th, 2008
      3        Monitoring of Project Implementation January, 2008   February 29th, 2008
      4        Project Implementation Monitoring    July, 2008      January 31st, 2009
      5        Annual Evaluation                    July, 2009      August 31st, 2009
      6        Annual Evaluation                    July, 2010      June 30th, 2010


7. Technical Route

Refer to Figure 1 for the technical route of external monitoring and evaluation.




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                                                  Project Identification


                                 Prepare an external Monitoring and Evaluation Outline


                                      Design survey outline, survey form, and Typical
                                                Household Record Form



                                           Design Sample Investigation Strategy



                                                     Baseline Survey


                                     Establish an Information System of Monitoring and
                                                  Evaluation Management




                                                   Monitoring Survey




Socio-economic          Monitoring          Monitoring on VCs Affected         Monitoring on HHs Affected
Survey                  on EAs                  by Land Acquisition                by Land Acquisition




                                 Establish Monitoring Data-base



                             Comparing, Analysis, and Evaluation



                            Write Monitoring and Evaluation Report

                                                                                  No
                        Whether Resettlement Monitoring is Finished or not



                                              Finished



                 Figure 1 Technical Route of External Monitoring and Evaluation




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Appendix 2 Resettlement Information Booklet




 Asian Development Bank (ADB) TA4629-PRC
 Integrated Ecosystem Management and
 Environmental Protection of Baiyangdian Lake
 Catchment Project




National High-Tech Industrial Zones, Baoding City


Huanghuagou Valley Environment Comprehensive
                           Treatment Project




    Resettlement Information Booklet




National High-Tech Industrial Zones Ltd., Baoding
                                       City
                                  March 2007


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1. Project Introduction

1.1 Project Background

Huanghuagou Valley is a natural river. It originates from Macheng County, Baoding City,
goes across High-tech Zone, joins into Daqing River in the southeast of Baoding City, and
finally flows into the Baiyangdian Lake. According to the pollution source investigation, the
main pollution sources for Baiyangdian Lake include: i) the untreated wastewater
discharged by the enterprises in the upstream of Huanghuagou Valley, water penetration
from ash field of Datang Thermal Power Plant (Baoding City), water penetration from
Beidakeng Landfill, etc.

The state definitely brings forward the objective of constructing energy-saving and
environment-friedly society and advancing the transformation of economy increasing
modes in the Eleventh Five-Year Plan of national economic and social development. It
puts forward higher request to the city development and ecological environment
construction of Baoding City. According to the Baoding Urban City Overall Plan which was
approved to be formally implemented by the State Council in May 21 2003, Baoding City
will be built to be a modern garden city with optimized industrial structure, reasonable
layout, full function, perfect infrastructure, convenient traffic, comfortable living, elegant
environment and the old-city feature.

The proposed Huanghuagou Valley Comprehensive Treatment Project will create better
residential environment, achieve energy comprehensive utilization, and guarantee the
objective request of reginal ecological environment safety and energy intensive utilization.
It meets the request of repairing and improving the ecological environment of Baiyangdian
Lake and Baoding Municipal Region.

1.2 Project Profile

1.2.1 Project Implementing Agency

Baoding National High-tech Industrial Zone Development Co. Limited

1.2.2 Proposed Project Construction Site

The third phase of planned land in Baoding National High-tech Industrial Zone.

1.2.3 Content and Size of the Project Construction

The project includes two parts of environment treatment and infrastructure construction.
The detailed construction contents are as follows: 1) land acquisition and treatment of ash
field of thermal power palnt, to dispose the wastewater and ashes in the ash field; 2) land

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acquisition and treatment of Beidakeng Lnadfill (which is idle land), to dispose 550,000 m3
of waste in the open air, surrounding the Huanghuagou Valley; 3) field leveling, road
construction, electricity and water installation, silt and dirt cleaning of Huanghuagou
Valley Riverway, flood prevention bank construction, wastewater interception project,
virescence, etc. 4) constructing ecological park, in accordance with the construction of the
central axis in Baoding City; 5) constructing public education and demonstration base of
new energy and clean energy.

1.2.4 Proposed Construction Period

The proposed project will last 4 years from 2007 to 2010.

1.2.5 Fund Arrangement

The total investment estimate of the Huanghuagou Project includes two main parts: 1)
Ash Field of Datang Thermal Power Plant, Baoding City; 2) Comprehensive Treatment of
Beidakeng Waste Landfill. All the permanent land acquisition compensation, house
demolishment compensation, resettlement subsidies and relative costs will be calculated
in the project total budget. The total land acquisition and resettlement compensation is
CNY 287.7374 million, most of which is land acquisition compensation. The land
acquisition compensation and resettlement subsidies accounted for 51.84% of the total
project investment which is CNY 555.053 million.

1.3 Project Estimated Socio-economic Benefits

1.3.1 Social Benefits

1) The project covers a wide area. Its environment treatment effect will cover not only
Baoding Municipal Area, but also involves in Baiyangdian Lake Catchment directly. The
proposed project can meet the requirement of constructing environment friendly society,
the national and Hebei Provincial environmental industries policies, and the ecological
construction plan, which is good for constructing harmonious society.

2) The proposed project can impel the intensive utilization and functing replacement of
local land assets, which can increase the assets utilization efficiency, and meet the
national policy requirement of constructing asset-saving society. Datang Thermal Power
Plant of Baoding City not only occupies 2,306.42mu land as ash field, but also makes
2,000mu land arrounding the ash field to be unused land, which is a great waste of land.
The comprehensive treatment of the ash field will enhance the land utilization value, and
bring positive effect on the surrounding area development. Meanwhile, the proposed
project is also a water-saving project. The comprehensive treatment of the ash field can
save 800t of water every hour with a yearly water saving amount of 700 million tons,
which makes great effort for water-lack condition of Baoding City.


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3) The proposed project is located in the main urban area of Baoding City. The project
construction can meet Baoding City’s construction objectives of Modern and Garden City,
and be in accordance with the development orientation of Baoding High-tech Industrial
Zone as National Clean Energy Base.

4) Capital and policy support can improve the waste related workers’ survival environment
and living condition, which is demonstrative for the harmonious society construction.

5) The construction of Public Education and Demonstration Base for new energy and
clean energy can show the efforts and results of ecological environment protection, new
energy and clean energy development conducted by the ADB, the Hebei Province and
Baoding Municipal Government. The base construction can also boost up the
consciouseness of the public to save resource and protect environment. Meanwhile, the
base will be an indicative construction of the Integrated Ecosystem Management and
Environmental Protection of Baiyangdian Lake Catchment Project, full of social
meaning.

1.3.2 Environmental Benefits

1) The proposed project will show obvious environmental benefits, including basically
solving the pollution of Huanghuagou Valley, protecting and restoring the ecological
environment of Baiyangdian Lake Catchment, improving the air condition of the
surrounding areas, etc. Especially for the ecological park construction, it will show clear
demonstration benefits of ecological system resoration, environment beautification, and
public benefit, and it will become the the demonstration base of Baoding City Ecological
Environment Protection, and one of the demonstration sites of National Circulation
Economy.

2) The proposed project can greatly improve the environment of National High-tech
Industrial Zone, Baoding City, and Baoding City Main Urban Area. Before the project, a
powder-dust cingulum with a width of 1 km can go to the Phase 2 of High-tech Industrial
Zone and the central urban area directly. After the comprehensive treatment of the ash
field, the powder and dust pollution can be solved. Further more, the proposed project will
improve the whole sight of Baoding City, and optimize the environment of Baoding City.

1.3.3 Economic Benefits

1) Direct Economic Benefit: The comprehensive treatment of the ash field can save water
fee of CNY 22.00 million every year. The land clearing and reconstruction of Beidakeng
Landfill can upgrade the land utilization value of the surrounding areas.

2) Indirect Economic Benefit: On one hand, the treatment of Huanghuagou Valley
Pollution Fountain will change the unused land to be common land used for social
development, which can enhance the economy development and city construction

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development. On the other hand, the treatment of Huanghuagou Valley Pollution Fountain,
together with input for the auxiliary civil engineering and infrastructure construction, will
improve the living environment and investment environment, and advance the
socio-economic benefits.

2. Project Impact Scope

2.1 Permanent Land Acquisition

The project will permanently acquire 3,006.42 mu land, including 2,306.42 mu land of ash
field in Datang Thermal Power Plant of Baoding City, and more than 700mu land of
Beidakeng Landfill and its surrounding areas.

Datang Thermal Power Plant of Baoding acquired the 2,306.42 mu land of ash field from
Dabiantuo Village and Zhangzhuang Village in 1964. The ownership of this land belongs
to Datang Thermal Power Plant of Baoding City. The acquired 700mu land of Beidakeng
Landfill and its surrounding area is rural collective land, which is owned by Caozhuang
Village and is idle now.

2.2 Temporary Land Occupation

The temporary land occupation includes: temporary land occupation by sand&stone field,
temporary land occupation by material mixing system, temporary land occupation by
production and residence district during the impelemention period, temeporary land
occupation by road used for project construction. The construction field for the ash field
treatment and landfill clearance and disposal is all located inside the scope of permanent
land acquisition, thus, no additional land will be temporarily occupied. There are existing
roads to go into the ash field and the landfill, thus, no land will be needed to be
temporarily occupied for temporary road construction.

The main temporarily occupied land of the project is the areas used for construction of the
wastewater intercepting pipeline network in the banks of Huanghuagou Valley.

3. Compensation Standard

3.1 Compensation Principles of this Project

The principles of compensation and entitlement for this project are decided according to
the regulations and policies of Chinese government and the Asian Development Bank
(ADB), which aim at ensuring the access of the Aps to enough compensation and support,
at least to ensure the restoration of their living standard prior to the project. Refer to Table
3-1 for the resettlement principles of the project.




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                            Table 3-1 Resettlement Principles of the Project
                                                         Principles
1     Involuntary resettlement should be avoided or minimized where feasible;
      Compensation and entitlements provided for the Aps should be able to at least maintain, or improve their
2
      “pre-project” standard of living;
3     No matter whether they have legal entitlements will All Aps be compensated and assisted;
      Where land per capita after land acquisition is not sufficient to maintain livelihood, compensation by cash or
4
      through land replacement and other income-generating activities will provided for;
      All Aps will be adequately informed on eligibility, compensation mode and standards, livelihood and income
5
      restoration program, project timing, and will be involved in RP implementation;
6     No land acquisition will take place unless replacement land or sufficient compensation are given to Aps;
7     The EA and independent/ third party will monitor compensation and resettlement operations;
      Vulnerable groups will receive special assistance or treatment to ensure then to better off. Aps should have the
8
      opportunities to benefit from the Project;
9     RP should be combined with overall county planning;
10    RP budget should be adequate and cover full aspects.

BMG announced that the eligibility cut-off date is on 30th November, 2006. After the date,
the settlement in the affected areas, newly cultivated land, newly built houses as well as
any newly planted trees or newly added facilities of the affected persons aimed at extra
compensation will be excluded from the range of compensation and subsidy.

3.2 Resettlement Rate

The resettlement rate of the project is decided on the basis of the laws and regulations, as
well as consultation with the APs and the relevant departments.

3.2.1 Compensation Rate for the Affected Enterprise

The project will permanently acquire 2,306.42 mu land of ash field in Datang Thermal
Power Plant of Baoding. Datang Thermal Power Plant of Baoding acquired the 2,306.42
mu land of ash field from Dabiantuo Village and Zhangzhuang Village in 1964. The
ownership of this land belongs to Datang Thermal Power Plant of Baoding City. Therefore,
compensation needs to be paid to the Datang Thermal Power Plant of Baoding.
According to the survey, consultation, calculation, as well as the land acquisition
compensation standard of Baoding City, the land acquisition compensation for such land
is decided to be CNY 75,000 per mu.

3.2.2 Compensation Rate for the Resettlement

The waste collection group living inside the Landfill needs to be resettled. In accordance
with Management System of the Tramps and Mendicants in the City, Management of
Urban House Demolition, Management Methods of Uban House Demolition in Baoding
City, Legal Opinions on Comprehensive Treatment of Beidakeng Landfill in High-tech
Zone, as well as ADB’s relevant policies on vulnerable groups, it is decided to pay an
one-time compensation of CNY 50,000 to the affected vulnerable group.

3.2.3 Compensation Rate for the Permanent Collective Land Acquisition
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Considering that most of the permanently aquired collective land is idle land or wasteland,
the land acquisition compensation for such land is determined to be CNY 160,000/mu
based on the collective land acquisition compensation of Baoding City, as well as the
survey, negotiation and calculation.

3.2.4 Compensation Rate for the Proprietors Related with Landfill Operation

Since there are many proprietors related with Beidakeng Landfill, a multipart agreement
has been formed on the waste dumpage:

1) Damafang Grain Bureau signed a fish pond contract with Caozhuang Village in 1993,
with an effective period of 35 years.
2) Ma Xuedong (villager of Caozhuang Village) signed a fish pond transfer contract with
Damafang Grain Bureau in 1997. According to the contract, Ma Xuedong pays contract
fee to Caozhuang Village.
3) In 2001, Xinshi District Environmental Protection and Sanitary Bureau and Ma
Xuedong signed a contract of establishing a landfill on the pound land. Ma Xuedong
permitted Xinshi District Enviromental Protection and Sanitation Bureau to dump waste
into the pound (landfill now), and received charge with a standard of CNY 1,700/mu from
the environmental protection and sanitation Bureau.
4) In January 2002, Zou Fufang (coming from Chongqing City) came to an agreement
with Xinshi District Environmental Protection and Sanitation Bureau and Ma Xudong. Zou
Fufang would replace the environmental protection and sanitation bureau to carry out the
original contract between Ma Xuedong and Xinshi District Environmental Protection and
Sanitation Bureau.
5) Baoding City Flood Control and Management Department and Wang Zhigang (from
Xinzhuang Village) signed a supplement agreement to the contract of virescence project
in the flood control banks.
6) Zou Fufang and Wang Zhigang signed a waste dumpage agreement in 2003. Zou
Fufang would pay waste dumpage fee to Wang Zhigang.

In accordance with the relevant contract and agreement, as well as the legal opinions
submitted by Hebei Province Jiapeng Law Office, contract relief compensation will be
paid to the relevant parties. Refer to Table 3-2 for the detailed compensation standards.




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   Table 3-2 Compensation Standard for the Proprietors Related with Landfill Operation
                                                         Compensation Amount
 No.                   Proprietors                                                     Remarks
                                                            (CNY, *10,000)
  1              Damafang Grain Bureau                                             Fish pond Contract
  2       Ma Xuedong (from Caozhuang Village)                      11.9         Pound Transfer Contract
  3      Xinxing District Environmental Protection                              Waste pumping Contract
                  and Sanitation Bureau
  4                                                                            Flood Control and Virescene
        Wang Zhiguang (from Xinzhuang Village)
                                                                                         Contract
  5                                                                8.2          Transfer Contract of Waste
          Zou Fufang (from Chongqing Village)
                                                                                         pumping


3.2.5 Other Facilities Compensation Standard

Other facilities main include scattered structures and underground infrastructures in the
ash field. Since these facilities are scattered, simple, or constructed temporarily, no
compensation will be implemented.

3.2.6 Compensation Rate for the Special Items Reconstruction

No special items reconstruction will be involved in the proposed project.

4 Resettlement Measures and Restoration Plan

4.1 Resettlement Schemes

4.1.1 Resettlement Schemes for the Affected Enterprises

Cash compensation is adopted as the resettlement scheme for Datang Thermal Power
Plant of Baoding City. The total land acquisition compensation amount is CNY 172.982
million, with a compensation rate of CNY 75,000/mu and a total land acquisition area of
2,306.42mu.

4.1.2 Resettlement Schemes for the Affected Village Collective

No villager resettlement issue is involved in the proposed project, since the permanently
acquired land is idle land or wasteland which belongs to village public land.
Compensation rate for such land is CNY 160,000/mu, the totally aquired land area is
700mu; therefore, the total permanent collective land acquisition compensation is CNY
112.00 million.

4.1.3 Resettlement Schemes for the Affected Persons

1) Resettlement for the Affected Enterprise Employees


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The affected employees in the ash fields of Datang Thermal Power Plant of Boading City
and Baoding City Kaida Thermal Power Corporation will be re-arranged by their
enterprises, with an aim of guaranteeing the APs’ living standard to be restored and
improved.

2) Resettlement of the Waste Collection Group

There are totally 40 persons who live on waste collection for a long time. According to the
consulation, one-time compensation of CNY 50,000 will paid to them. In addition, relevant
preferential policies will be established to pilot the members of the waste collection group
to undertake other industries.

3) Resettlement of the Proprietors Related with Landfill Operation

Contractors of Beidakeng Landfill, including Damafang Grain Bureau, Ma Xuedong (from
Caozhuang Village), Xinshi District Environmental Protection and Sanitation Bureau,
Wang Zhigang (from Xinzhuang Village) and Zou Fufang (from Chongqing City), will be
paid a compensation of CNY 201,000 in accordance with the relevant legal opinions.

4.2 Restoration Plan

4.2.1 Restoration Plan for the Proprietors

1) Restoration Measures of the Permaenetly Acquired Collective Land

In accordance with the project impact, the opinion and negotiation among the affected
Datang Thermal Power Plant in Baoding City, Baoding Kaida Thermal Power Coporation
and Caozhuang Village Committee, asset exchange and cash compensation will be
adopted as the main resettlement measures. The project totally needs a permanent land
acquisition of 3,006.42 mu, of which, 2,306.42 mu of ash field of Datang Thermal Power
Plant in Boding City is the state transferred land, and 700mu of landfill is village colletive
idle land. Through land treatment of the ash field and the landfill, all the permanently
acquired 3,006.42 mu land will become common land with a higher land utilization value.

i) Economy Restoration of Datang Thermal Power Plant in Baoding City
Land acquisition compensation will be paid to Datang Thermal Power Plant to restore its
economy.

ii) Livelihood Restoration of the Affected Village Collective and the Relevant Proprietors
It is encouraged that the APs should invest the land acquisition and resettlement
compensation in non-agricultural activities, such as migrant labors, transportation,
business or trade operation, etc. For the waste collection group, the government will help
them to search new job opportunities so as to restore and improve their livelihood.


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2) Restoration Measures of the Temporarily Occupied Land

The main temporarily occupied land of the project is the areas used for construction of the
wastewater intercepting pipeline network in the banks of Huanghuagou Valley. No
additional temporarily occupied land will needed for the ash field treatment and landfill
renovation.

The temporary land occupation impact is limited to the implementation period. Different
restoration methods will be adopted in accordance with the nature and characteristics of
the temporarily occupied land. When the project is finished, the construction unit will be
responsible for the restoration of the occupied land.

3) Restoration Measures of the Affected Structures and Ground Appendix

Cash compensation for the affected structures, ground attachments and underground
pipelines will be paid to Datang Thermal Power Plant and Baoding City Kaida Thermal
Power Corporation. This cost will be included in the land acquisition and resettlement
compensation.

4.2.2 Other Supportive Policies

1) Priority to the Work Opportunity in the Project Construction

The construction of this project will create some certain temporary or semi-fixed
construction work chances which include material transportation, earthwork project and
food provision, etc. Laborers in the affected households will enjoy the priority of taking
part in the construction, working at the non-technical posts so as to increase their income
and improve their living standard.

When the project is finished, the High-tech Zone will recruit from the affected households
some workers who will be responsible for the afforestation protection, tidiness, etc.

2) APs Training

For those APs who would like to stay in Baoding City, Baoding Municipal Government and
Management Committee of Baoding City Nationla High-tech Industrial Zone will organize
them to accept technical training. The training includes: 1) economic crops farming, 2)
farming machine and equipment maintaining, 3) animal and poultry breeding, 4) sewing
skill, 5) enrollment and operation of small-size business, etc. These training plans have
independent budget, and all the APs can participate. Subsidies will be paid to the
participants. The training budget will be distributed to local training institutions, such as
technical training center, agricultural technology extension center, and the Women’s
Federation.


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3) Protect Women’s Rights and Support the Vulnerable Groups

In order to protect the women’s rights, many regulations have been established by
Commission of Politics and Law, Hebei Provincial Party Committee, Hebei Province
Women’s Federation, Hebei Province Publicity Department and relevant departments.
The regulations and files include Women Development Plan in Hebei Province (JF [2003]
36), Women Development Plan in Baoding City (BFZ [2003] 24), etc. In the plan and
preparation stage of the Resettlement Plan, Baoding City High-tech Zone organized the
women villagers to actively take part in the investigation of the project impacts and
acquired them of their thoughts about the income restoration program. They were
approval of the project, thinking that the construction of the Huanghuagou Valley
Comprehensive Treatment Project is good for improving the environment of Baoding City
and Baiyangdian Lake Catchment, that the land acquisition doesn’t have much impact on
their life. They wish to get cash compensation and physical materials compensation and
so on.

In order to benefit the affected vulnerable groups, Baoding High-tech Zone will support
them together with Civil Affairs Department. After the RP is approved, Baoding High-tech
Zone and the Civila Affairs Department will carry out support and assistance to the
vulnerable group (waste collection group in the project), especially for the affected women,
so as to improve the living standard of the affected vulnerable groups and the affected
women.

4.2.3 Entitlement Matrix

The entitlement matrix is designed according to the relevant policies in this chapter. Refer
to Table 4-1.

                                       Table 4-1 Entitlement Matrix
                                                                                                        Compensation
                                                        Entitled
     Type of Loss              Impact Degree                                 Entitlements                 policy and
                                                        Persons
                                                                                                              rate
                           The       project   will                                                     Permanent
                                                                     The village group will get
                           permanently acquire         Caozhuang                                        land acquisition
Permanent Acquisition of                                             permanent collective-owned
                           700mu of collective         Village                                          compensation:
Collective Land                                                      land acquisition compensation
                           land, all of which is       Group                                            160,000
                                                                     fee.
                           rural idle land.                                                             CNY/mu
                           The       project   will
                           permanently acquire         Datang                                           Permanent
                           2,306.42mu           of     Thermal       The affected enterprise will get   land acquisition
Permanent Acquisition of
                           state-owned land, all       Power         the      land       acquisition    compensation:
State-owned Land
                           of which is state           Plant   of    compensation fee.                  75,000
                           administratively            Baoding                                          CNY/mu
                           transferred land.
                           Temporary         land                                                       The
                           occupation          will                                                     implementing
Temporary           Land
                           happen during the           Proprietors   /                                  agency         is
Occupation
                           project                                                                      responsible for
                           implementationperiod.                                                        the restoration.


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                                                                                                      Compensation
                                                             Entitled
      Type of Loss                Impact Degree                                Entitlements            policy and
                                                             Persons
                                                                                                          rate
House Demolishment            /                          /              /                             /

Enterprise Resettlement       /                          /              /                             /
              Households
              living under
              the lowest      /                          /              /                             /
              social
              security line
Volnerable    The
                              /                          /              /                             /
Groups        minorities
                              Transfer     of     the
              Waste           Beidakeng        Waste     Waste                                        Resettlement
              collection      Collection Group, with     Collection     Cash compensation             Subsidies:
              group           a total opulation of 40    Group                                        CNY 50,000.
                              persons
                              15 persons, mainly in      Waste
Women                         the waste collection       Collection     Cash compensation             /
                              group                      Group
                                                                        The     APs      will   get
                              The Landfill Contract      Landfill                                     Totally  CNY
Landfill Contractor                                                     compensation   for contract
                              will be relieved.          Contractors                                  201,000.
                                                                        relief.
Cultural Relic, Miner         none                       /              /                             /
Infrastructure and Ground
                              none                       /              /                             /
Appendix


5 Institution Establishment

During the project preparation and implementation process, a top-down institutional
framework has been established, so as to plan, harmonize and monitor the resettlement
activities. Institutions responsible for the land acquisition and demolishment include:

1) Project Resettlement Leading Group;
2) Land Acquisition and Resettlement Office of Baoding City National High-tech Industrial
Zone;
3) Datang Thermal Power Plant of Baoding City;
4) Concerned village committees and villager groups;
5) Project Design Agencies; and
6) External Monitoring and Evaluation Agencies.

6 Grievance Redress

6.1 Possible Grievance Redress Measures

The resettlement report sufficiently considers the various resettlement possibilities in
the project impact scope. However, some unforeseeable problems may happen, which
will lead to appeal. According to the past experience, the common appeals include
property disputation, reward standard, reward disbursement, disputation on
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resettlement and livelihood restoration plan.

6.2 Grievance Redress Channel and Procedure

Public participation is encouraged in both the preparing and the implementing process
of the resettlement action plan, so there should not be immense controversies to incur.
However, in the whole process, some unforeseeable problems may happen. In order
to effectively solve the problems and guarantee the successful implementation of the
project and land acquisition, a transparent and effective grievance redress channel is
to be set up in the project. The basic solution procedures are as follows:

- Stage 1: If the rights of the affected households are infringed in any respect of the land
acquisition and resettlement, the affected households can complain or appeal to the Village
Committee in oral or in written form. If an oral appeal is made, the Village Committee must
record it on paper and respond to it. The above appeal is to be handled in no more than two
weeks.
- Stage 2: If the AP is not satisfied with the decision in stage 1, he/she can appeal to Land
Acquisition Office of Baoding High-tech Industrial Zone or the Resettlement Office after
receiving the decision, Land Acquisition Office of Baoding High-tech Industrial Zone or the
Resettlement Office will reach a solution in no more than two weeks.
- Stage 3: If the AP is not satisfied with the decision in stage 1, he/she can appeal to
Baoding City Huanghuagou Valley Environment Comprehensive Treatment Project
Management Office (PMO) or the Baoding City Land and Resources Bureau after
receiving the decision, Baoding City Huanghuagou Valley Environment Comprehensive
Treatment Project Management Office (PMO) or the Baoding City Land and Resources
Bureau will reach a solution in no more than two weeks.
- Stage 4: If the AP is still dissatisfied with the decision made by Baoding City
Huanghuagou Valley Environment Comprehensive Treatment Project Management Office
(PMO) or the Baoding City Land and Resources Bureau, he/she can, after receiving the
solution, appeal progressively to administrative agencies of jurisdiction according to
Administrative Litigation Law of PRC and call for arbitration.

All of the institutions accept the appeals and grievance of the affected persons free of charge,
and the proper expenses occured thereof will be paid in the contingencies of this project.
The grievance redress procedures are valid in the whole construction period, so that the
affected persons may apply them to solve relevant problems.

7 Public Participation Plan




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      Aim              Means         Time             Department            Participants              Topic
Resettlement      village notice                 PMO,               and
Information       board     and December,        High-tech        Zone                       Announce resettlement
                                                                        all APs
Booklet           villager       2006            Development        Co.                      information
Dissemination     meeting                        Limited
                                                 PMO,         High-tech
                    village notice               Zone Development                            announce             the
Land Acquisition board         and               Co. Limited, Land                           requisitioned land area,
                                   February 2007                        all APs
Announcement villager                            and        Resources                        resettlement rate and
                    meeting                      Bureau,       township                      resettlement means
                                                 and village cadres
Resettlement
Plan                               June, 2007    the ADB Website                             announce the draft RP
Announcement
Announcement
                                                 PMO,         High-tech
of           land
                    village notice               Zone Development
Acquisition
                    board      and               Co. Limited, Land                           Compensation fee and
Compensation                       June, 2007                           all APs
                    villager                     and        Resources                        disbursement mode
and
                    meeting                      Bureau,       township
Resettlement
                                                 and village cadres
Scheme
Inform the APs of
                                                                        Stakeholders,
the        project                               High-tech        Zone
                    villager                                            beneficiaries, and
process,      final                July, 2007    Development        Co.                      Project Process
                    meeting                                             APs related with
design         and                               Limited
                                                                        the project
project schedule
                                                 PMO,         High-tech
Recheck          of                              Zone Development                            Check and remedy,
                    field survey July, 2007                             all APs
Physical Index                                   Co. Limited, township                       identify the final result
                                                 and village cadres
Confirm         the
                    villager                     PMO,         High-tech                      discuss the final income
Income
                    meeting                      Zone Co.Limited, and                        restoration program and
Restoration                        July, 2007                           all APs
                    (several                     township/village                            the compensation fee
Program and its
                    times)                       cadres                                      using scheme
Implementation
                                                                                             Hold a meeting with
Inform the APs of                               PMO,         High-tech
                                                                                             participants        of
entitlements and villager                       Zone Co.Limited, and
                                 July, 2007                            all APs               residential households
compensation      meeting                       township/village
                                                                                             to inform them of the
disburse date                                   cadres
                                                                                             entitlement points.
                                               PMO,         High-tech
                                                                                             To confirm whether it is
Monitor on the household                       Zone Co.Limited, and
                                 October, 2007                        Random Sampling        necessary    to    add
APs            interview                       township/village
                                                                                             support.
                                               cadres




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Appendix 3 Summary of Public Meeting Summary

1. Relevant Agreement

2. Interview Records

3. Investigation of Vulnerable Groups (Waste Collection Group)

4. Interview Summary of the APs




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1. Relevant Agreement

Party A: The Baoding State High-tech Industry Development Zone Management
Committee
Party B: Forty people

Aiming at proceeding the land acquisition and resettlement work of Huanghuagou Valley
Environment Comprehensive Treatment Project, the following agreement is signed
between Party A and Party B:

A. Party B will be paid the resettlement compensation fee, CNY 50,000 in total, by Party
A, given the fact that Party B will find job in other cities or return to home villages.

B. Within 15 days after this agreement is signed (before February 10th, 2007), Party B is
responsible for moving from the proposed Project area with personal property. CNY
50,000 of one-time resettlement compensation fee shall be paid to Party B once Party A
confirm there is no issue left over. It will be considered that Party B abandon the
ownership of personal property if Party B do not remove or shift personal property to other
places within the above-mentioned period. Party A shall have fully right to deal with the
abandoned personal property and no compensation will be paid to Party B in this case.
Party A will apply for administrative enforcement if Party B do not move out from the
propsed project area within the above-mentioned period.

C. Party B has to take corresponding measures when removing or shifting personal
property out of the proposed project area in order to ensure safety. Party B is responsible
for any consequence caused by removing or shifting personal property out of the
proposed project area activities.

D. Both parties shall not ask counterpart to perform obligation that is not defined in the
agreement after the agreement is signed. Party B shall not return to the proposed project
area with any reason.

E. Each party shall perform respective responsibilities and obligations that are defined in
this agreement. Issues that arise from the implementation process will be addressed
through negotiation between two parties. The issues shall be solved in accordance with
procedures prescribed by law. Resettlement shall not be affected and delayed by theses
issues.

F.    Other agreement:

G. This agreement is signed in three originals. Each party shall hold one orginal. It will
come into effective on the date when signed. This agreement is notarized by Baoding
Municipal Notary Office.


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Party A:

Party B:

Notary Office:

                                                   January 25th, 2007




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2. Interview Records

 Meeting Summary of Beidakeng Landfill Collective Interview, Baoding High-tech
                                  Zone

Time: in the morning of September 28, 2006
Place: Caozhuang Village Committee Office
Participants: 6 persons from Caozhuang Village Committee, 4 proprietors related with
Landfill (Beidakeng Landfill contractors, including Damafang Grain Bureau, Ma
Xuedong-from Caozhuang Village, Wang Zhigang- fron XInzhuang Village, Zou
Fufang-from Chongqing City, etc.), 5 representatives from the waste collection group, 5
members of Resettlement Plan Working Group, and 2 cadres from Management
Committee of Boaidng National High-tech Zone.

Meeting Content:

1. The village leader introduced the meeting participants.

2. Management Committee cadre informed the participants of the proposed project
meaing. According to him, Huanghuagou Valley Environment Comprehensive
Treatment Project is a subproject of Integrated Ecosystem Management and
Environmental Protection of Baiyangdian Lake Catchment Project, which is funded by
ADB. It meets both the requirement of Baiyangdian Lake Catchment environmental
treatment and protection, and the requirement of Huanghuagou Valley Ecological
environment treatment. The proposed project will not only protect the increasingly
worse ecological environment of Baiyangdian Lake, but also accelerate the ecological
environment construction and public space deploitation of Baoding National High-tech
Zone. It has immense ecological, social and economic benefits. However, the project
wull permanently acquire 700mu collective idle land which belongs to Caozhuang
Village. The resettlement plan working group has come to the site to know impact of
land acquisition, and to discuss the resettlement plan schemes with the APs.

3. The village director introduced the basic information of Caozhuang Village and
Beidakeng Landfill. There are totally more than 1,600 persons in the Caozhuang
Village, of which, 1,450 persons are agricultural population, and the remaining 150
person are non-agricultural population. Among the total population, there are totally
680 labor forces, of which, 520 persons are agricultural labor forces, and the
remaining persons are tertiary industry labor forces. The village totally has 2,689 mu
collective land, of which, 359mu is occupied by the village construction, 1,580 mu is
cultivated land, and the rest 750 mu is idle land or waste land. Wheat and corn are the
main planting crops, with a production volume of 450 kg/mu and 550 kg/mu
respectively. The per capita annual income of the village is CNY 40,000.

Beidakeng Landfill is located in the north of High-tech Zone Flood Prevention Bank,

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1,000m east to Jianshe Road, with a total land occupation of 70 mu. The land was firstly
used as fish ponds. Sine March 2001, Xinshi District Environmental Protection and
Sanitation Bureau began to dump construction and domestic waste into the holes. Until
April 2003, High-tech Zone conducted comprehensive treatment on Beidakeng Landfill,
waste dumping action was forbidden. There are many contracts related with Neidakeng
Landfill operation. Therefore, the reasonable compensation should be paid to the relevant
proprietors during the resettlement progress.

4. Representive from Damafang Grain Bureau introduced the information:
In November 1993, Damafang Grain Bureau signed a contract for fish pond and house to
develop fish breeding, with a valid period of 35 years. In July 1997, Ma Xuedong (from
Caozhuang Village) transferred the contract from Damafang Grain Bureau (have no
written contract). The Grain Bureau and Ma Xuedong pay contract fee to the village
committee until 2009.

5. Ma Xuedong introduced the participation information:
In July 1997, Ma Xuedong (from Caozhuang Village) transferred the contract from
Damafang Grain Bureau (have no written contract). The Grain Bureau and Ma Xuedong
pay contract fee to the village committee until 2009. In March 5 2001, Ma Xuedong signed
a contract for waste dumping and the notarial deed with Baoding Municipal Environmental
Protection and Sanitation Bureau. The environmental protection and sanitation bureau
dumped waste to Beidakeng with a payment standard of CNY 1,700/mu to Ma Xuedong
(the total area of Beidakeng is 70mu). Thereafter, Zou Fufang (from Chongqing City)
signed a contract with the environmental protection and sanitation bureau, which agreed
that Zou Fufang performed the waste pumping contract instead of the environmental
protection and sanitation bureau.

5. Zou Fufang introduced his participation information:
In January 2002, Zou Fufang who comes from Chongqing City signed a contract with
Xinshi District Environmental Protection and Sanitation Bureau. The contract agreed that
Zou Fufang would perfomed the contract and pay to Ma Xuedong instead of the
environmental protection and sanitation bureau. Until April 2003, High-tech Zone
conducted comprehensive treatment on Beidakeng Landfill, and forbid waste pumping
into Beidakeng Landfill. However, Zou Fufang had paid waste pumping fee of 10mu land
to Ma Xuedong in advance, with a total payment amount of CNY 17,000. Zou Fufang had
asked Ma Xuedong to pay back the money, but was refused by Ma Xuedong.
In January 2003, Zou Fufang signed a waste pumping contract with Wang Zhigang (from
Xinzhuang Village), and he paid a deposit of CNY 10,000 to Wang Zhigang.
From March 2001 to March 2003, the High-zone Environmental Protection and Sanitaion
Department had dumped some waste into Beidakeng Landfill. Therefore, Zou Fufang
asked the environmental protection and sanitation department to pay him compensation
with a rate of CNY 12,000 every year and total amount of CNY 24,000. Zou Fufang had
negotiated with the environmental protection and sanitation, but no results had been
achieved.

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Zou Fufang asked High-tech Zone to pay compensation for him and his waste collection
group.

7. Wang Zhigang introduced his participation information:
In January 2001, Wang Zhigang (from Xinzhuang Village) signed a complementary
agreement for Flood Prevention Bank Virescence Project Contract with Baoding City
Urban Flood Control Department. In January 2003, Wang Zhigang contracted the hole to
Zou Fufang for waste dumpage and received CNY 10,000 as deposit from Zou Fufang.

8. Cadres from Management Committee of High-tech Zone gave some opinions:
According to the opinions of all proprietors as well as the differences among the
proprietors, reasonable compensation will be paid in the legal scope. Compensation and
resettlement for the vulnerable groups (waste collection group) will be considered firstly.




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3. Survey on the Vulnerable Groups (Waste Collection Group)



Time: in the morning of September 29 and in the afternoon of October 15, 2006
Place: Beidakeng Landfill
Participants: Cadres from Management Committee of High-tech Zone, Resettlement Plan
Working Group Personnel. Waste Collection Group in Beidakeng Landfill

With the help of cadres from Management Committee of High-tech Zone, Resettlement
Plan Working Group personnel conducted many suveys on the waste collection groups
and finally verified the basic information of the Landfill, including population, living
condition, residential condition, income condition, and resettlers’ livelihood restoration
which is the key point.

1. Population
The landfill was formed in 2001. As the landfill developed increasingly, number of the
waste collection group became more and more. There were ever 200 persons in the
waste collection group in the peak time. The waste collection group was flowing with few
persons staying in Beidakeng Landfill for a long time. From April 2003 on, High-tech Zone
began to control waste dumpage and sanitation. Some waste collection groups had been
disbanded. Until June 2003, 160 persons of the total 200 persons were disbanded back to
the hometown, and the remaining 40 persons seeked for new living approaches. Based
on the site survey, the rest 40 persons of waste collection group all come from Chongqing
City and come to Hebei Province in the lead of Zou Fufang. Their age is between 30 to 50
years old. Totally 15 women and 10 ten-year-old kids are included.

2. Living Condition
They live on waste collection and the life is quite bad with a low income. Living of persons
in the waste collection group is not guaranteed in the long run.

3. Residential Condition

The residential environment is simpe and hard. The houses are temporarily-built simple
structures with worse function of wind prevention and cold rejection. There is only some
simple furniture in the house. Per capita dowelling space area is 5m2.

4. Income Condition

The main work is to select and distinguish the waste. The main income source is to sell
waste to the waste recycle station, with a low income of CNY 500/month per capita.
Persons in the waste collection group all belong to low-income population.

5. Basic Request


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The interviewed persons expressed to support the proposed project to different degree.
They wished to get reasonal compensation in the resettlement, and to be given the
priority of free technical training and employment opportunities in the project construction
period.

6. Appendix Table – Landfill Resettlers Survey in Huanghuagou Valley Comprehensive
Treatment Project




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                                 Landfill Resettlers Survey in Huanghuagou Valley Comprehensive Treatment Project
      Person who       Form-filling                                                     Whether have       Opinions on     Destination after
No.                                      Family Members           From Where                                                                          Request
      fill the form       Time                                                           land or not       Disbandment      Disbandment
                                                               Group 17 of Longyan
                                       Xiang Daozhen (wife)
                                                                  Village, Nongbei                                                              Resettlement subsidies
          Wu          September 29,      Wu Yanchun (son)□                                                 Understanding   Go back hometown
1                                                                  Town, Yunyang            Have                                                  can be supplied by
      Shaoxiang           2006            Wu Yanbo (son)                                                    and support        for farming
                                                                County, Chongqing                                                                    government
                                         Wu Yanhua (son) ○
                                                                         City
                                                               Group 17 of Longyan
                                                                  Village, Nongbei                                                              Resettlement subsidies
         Fang         September 29,   Xiang Daoqiong (wife)                            Retiring farmland   Understanding
2                                                                  Town, Yunyang                                           Go to other cities     can be supplied by
       Yangqiu            2006           Fang Lai (son)                                     to forest       and support
                                                                County, Chongqing                                                                    government
                                                                         City
                                                               Group 4 of Xiangyuan
                                        Pu Changxiu (wife)                                                                                      Resettlement subsidies
                      September 29,                            Village, Heyan Town,                        Understanding   Go back hometown
3     Wang Ziyou                          Wang jie (son)○                                    have                                                 can be supplied by
                          2006                                       Kai County,                            and support        for farming
                                       Wang Ling (daughter)○                                                                                         government
                                                                   Chongqing City
                                                                Group 10 of Majia
                                       Wang Zhixiang (wife)                                                                                     Resettlement subsidies
          Pu          September 29,                            Village, Heyan Town,    Retiring farmland   Understanding   Go back hometown
4                                        Pu Zufeng (son)□                                                                                         can be supplied by
      Changjian           2006                                       Kai County,            to forest       and support        for farming
                                        Pu Lili (daughter)○                                                                                          government
                                                                   Chongqing City
                                                                Group 11 of Majia
                                                                                                                                                Resettlement subsidies
                       October 15,      Wu Dezhen (wife)       Village, Heyan Town,    Retiring farmland   Understanding
5     Pu Yunshun                                                                                                           Go to other cities     can be supplied by
                          2006          Pu Jianquan (son)            Kai County,            to forest       and support
                                                                                                                                                     government
                                                                   Chongqing City
                                                                Group 7 of Datian
                                                                                                                                                Resettlement subsidies
         Zhang         October 15,       Luo Antao (wife)      Village, Heyan Town,    Retiring farmland   Understanding
6                                                                                                                          Go to other cities     can be supplied by
       Chengbin           2006           Zhang Han (son)             Kai County,            to forest       and support
                                                                                                                                                     government
                                                                   Chongqing City
                                                                Group 5 of Xincun
                                                                                                                                                Resettlement subsidies
          Pu           October 15,       Ni Daicui (wife)      Village, Heyan Town,    Retiring farmland   Understanding
7                                                                                                                          Go to other cities     can be supplied by
      Changwen            2006        Pu Chunhua (daughter)□         Kai County,            to forest       and support
                                                                                                                                                     government
                                                                   Chongqing City
      Wang Zhihua      October 15,      Pu Changcui (wife)      Group 11 of Majia      Retiring farmland   Understanding                        Resettlement subsidies
8                                                                                                                          Go to other cities
                          2006          Wang Liang (son) □     Village, Heyan Town,         to forest       and support                           can be supplied by

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         Person who      Form-filling                                                      Whether have       Opinions on     Destination after
No.                                         Family Members            From Where                                                                        Request
         fill the form      Time                                                            land or not       Disbandment      Disbandment
                                                                      Kai County,                                                                      government
                                                                     Chongqing City
                                         Xiong Yangxian (wife)
                                                                   Group 6 of Yanshui
                                          Zhou Qin (daughter)○                                                                                    Resettlement subsidies
         Zhou Kunhua      October 15,                              Yanghegou, Heyan       Retiring farmland   Understanding   Go back hometown
9                                             Zhou Chunhua                                                                                          can be supplied by
                             2006                                  Town, Kai County,           to forest       and support        for farming
                                               (daughter)○                                                                                             government
                                                                    Chongqing City
                                          Zhou Guowen (son)
                                          Zhou Houying (wife)   Group 11 of Majia
                                                                                                                                                  Resettlement subsidies
         Wang Guobin      October 15,                         Village, Heyan Town,
                                         Wang Baolei (daughter)○                      Retiring farmland       Understanding   Go back hometown
10                                                                                                                                                  can be supplied by
                             2006        Wang Baoya (daughter)○     Kai County,            to forest           and support        for farming
                                                                                                                                                       government
                                             Wang Ge (son)        Chongqing City
                                          Zhou Kunping (wife)   Group 5 of Huamu
                                                                                                                                                  Resettlement subsidies
               Li         October 15,     Li Yumin (daughter)○Village, Heyan Town,                            Understanding   Go back hometown
11                                                                                           Have                                                   can be supplied by
         Guangchao           2006         Li Yufang (daughter)○     Kai County,                                and support        for farming
                                                                                                                                                       government
                                          Li Changjiang (son)□    Chongqing City
                                                              No. 4-1, Central Villge
                                        Pu Changhui (wife)                                                                                        Resettlement subsidies
                          October 15,                           of Nongbei Town,      Retiring farmland       Understanding   Go back hometown
12        Jie Xiao                        Jie Wang (son)□                                                                                           can be supplied by
                             2006                               Yunyang County,            to forest           and support        for farming
                                       Jie Zhengxing (son)                                                                                             government
                                                                  Chongqing City
                                                                Group 3 of Baisha
                                                                                                                                                  Resettlement subsidies
                          October 15,   Xiu Xiaorong (wife)     Village, Donghua      Retiring farmland       Understanding   Go back hometown
13      Zou Fufang                                                                                                                                  can be supplied by
                             2006       Xu Jing (daughter)      Town, Kai County,          to forest           and support        for farming
                                                                                                                                                       government
                                                                  Chongqing City
                                                                 Group 4 of Dajin
                                        Hu Xiaomei (wife)                                                                                         Resettlement subsidies
                          October 15,                          Lianhua Village, Kai   Retiring farmland       Understanding   Go back hometown
14      Li Shengyu                     Li Deqin (daughter) ○                                                                                        can be supplied by
                             2006                              County, Chongqing           to forest           and support        for farming
                                         Li Decheng (son)                                                                                              government
                                                                        City
                                       Pu Changmei (wife)       Group 7 of Datian
                                                                                                                                                  Resettlement subsidies
            Zhang         October 15,     Zhang Xiaohong      Village, Heyan Town,    Retiring farmland       Understanding   Go back hometown
15                                                                                                                                                  can be supplied by
         Chengguo            2006            (daughter)○            Kai County,            to forest           and support        for farming
                                                                                                                                                       government
                                          Zhang Bo (son)          Chongqing City
      Note: 1. the table comes from sample selection of the twice investigation results.
            2. “ ” means still in the landfill up to now; “○” means in the hometown, and “□” means undertaking labor migration.


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4. Interview Summary of the APs

Interview Summary (1)

Time: in the afternoon of October 15, 2006
Interviewee: Li Guangchao
Interviewer: member of Resettlement Plan Working Group

Family Information:
Li Guangchao comes from Huamu Village, Heyan Town, Kai County, Chongqing City. He
is 52 years old and married. His wife is the same age as him. Both of them have a primary
school degree. They have two daughters all of who have been married and one son who
works outside.

Residential Condition:
Li Guangchao and his wife live in a temporarily-built low house with a total area of 15m2.
There are only some simple furniture and living things inside the house.

Present Condition:
In December 2002, Li Guangchao and his wife came to Beidakeng Landfill of Baoding
High-tech Zone together to undertake waste colletion in the lead of Zou Fufang. The toal
income of them two is CNY 900 per month. The main expenditure which is CNY 350 per
month is for daily living products purchase. The net income of them two is CNY 550 per
month.

Opinion Survey:
Li Guangchao knew the proposed project and was familiar with the meaning of the project.
He supported the project very much and agreed to move out. Although the proposed
project will affect his income, he still expressed to support the project. In his opinion, the
proposed project will improve local living environment and will benefit all the national, the
collective and the individual. He also wished reasonable compensation would be paid to
him, and the government can give him priority to get the opportunities of employment and
skill training for free.



Interview Summary (2)

Time: in the afternoon of October 15, 2006
Interviewee: Zhang Chengguo
Interviewer: member of Resettlement Plan Working Group

Family Information:
Zhang Chengguo comes from Chongqing City. He is 35 years old and married. His wife is
the same age as him. Both of them have a primary school degree. They have one

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daughter staying in the hometown and one son coming to Baoding with them.

Residential Condition:
The whole family lives in a temporarily-built low house with a total area of 17m2. There are
only some simple furniture and living things inside the house.

Present Condition:
In December 2002, Zhang Chengguo and his wife came to Beidakeng Landfill of Baoding
High-tech Zone together to undertake waste colletion in the lead of Zou Fufang. The toal
income of them two is CNY 900 per month. The main expenditure which is CNY 450 per
month is for daily living products purchase. The net income of them two is CNY 450 per
month.

Opinion Survey:
Zhang Chengguo knew the proposed project and basically understood the meaning of the
project. He agreed to move out. Although the proposed project will affect his income, he
still supported the project. In his opinion, the proposed project will improve local living
environment and will benefit all the national, the collective and the individual. He also
wished to get reasonable compensation.



Interview Summary (3)

Time: in the afternoon of October 15, 2006
Interviewee: Wang Zhihua
Interviewer: member of Resettlement Plan Working Group

Family Information:
Wang Zhihua comes from Chongqing City. He is 45 years old and married. His wife is the
same age as him. Both of them have a primary school degree. They have one son who
works outside.

Residential Condition:
Wang Zhihua and his wife live in a temporarily-built low house with a total area of 12m2.
There are only some simple furniture and living things inside the house.

Present Condition:
In December 2002, Wang Zhihua and his wife came to Beidakeng Landfill of Baoding
High-tech Zone together to undertake waste colletion in the lead of Zou Fufang. The toal
income of them two is CNY 900 per month. The main expenditure which is CNY 400 per
month is for daily living products purchase. The net income of them two is CNY 500 per
month.

Opinion Survey:

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Wang Zhihua heard of some information about the proposed project, but didn’t know the
exact implementation time. When he was informed of the project construction content, he
supported the project very much and agreed to move out. He considered the proposed
project would improve local living environment and will benefit all the national, the
collective and the individual. Although land acquisition of the project will affect his work,
he had decided to go back home in advance. Since his physical condition is good, he can
go back home to urdertake physical work. He also wished to get reasonable
compensation.




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Appendix 4 Attached Pictures




                 Picture 1   Master    Plan   of    Huanghuagou      Valley   Environment

                             Comprehensive Treatment Project


                 Picture 2   Present Situation Picture of Ash Field


                 Picture 3   Present Situation Picture of Landfill




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Picture 1   Master Plan of Huanghuagou Valley Enivronment Comprehensive Treatment Project




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Picture 2   Present Situation Picture of Ash Field




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Picture 3   Present Situation Picture of Landfill




              Present Situation Picture of Landfill (1)                            Present Situation Picture of Landfill (2)




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Present Situation Picture of Landfill (3)                                Present Situation Picture of Landfill (4)




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