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									Environmental Monitoring Report




Project Number: 40050
October 2011




PRC: Jilin Urban Environmental Improvement
Project


Prepared by the Project Management Office of the Jilin Provincial Government
With assistance of NREM International Inc.


For     Jilin Provincial Government (JPG)
        Changchun Municipal Government
        Yanji Municipal Government
        Changchun Water Supply Company (CWSC)
        Changchun Jingyuetan Tourism Development Company (CJDC)
        Changchun Municipal Liya Environmental Sanitation and Infrastructure Construction Co.
        Yanji Water Supply Company (YWSC)
        Yanji Sewerage Treatment Company (YSTC)
        Yanji Investment and Development Company (YIDC)


This report has been submitted to ADB by the Project Management Office of Jilin Provincial Government
and is made publicly available in accordance with ADB’s public communications policy (2005). It does not
necessarily reflect the views of ADB. Your attention is directed to the “Terms of Use” section of this
website.
             FOURTH ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING REPORT
                         (COVERING 1 JANUARY- 30 JUNE 2011)


                         People’s Republic of China:
               Jilin Urban Environmental Improvement Project
                                 ADB Loan No.: 2360-PRC




Submitted to:
Jilin Provincial Government
   and
Asian Development Bank

Prepared by:
Jilin Urban Environmental Improvement Project Management Office
with assistance from NREM International Inc.




This report has been submitted to ADB by the Project Management Office of Jilin
Provincial Government and is made publicly available in accordance with ADB’s
public communications policy (2005). It does not necessarily reflect the views of
ADB.




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                                                   TABLE OF CONTENTS


TABLE OF CONTENTS
ABBREVIATIONS
LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES

1.   Introduction.............................................................................................................................1

     1.1        Background..................................................................................................................1
     1.2        Project Summary .........................................................................................................1

2.   Description of the Project and Environment......................................................................3

     2.1        Project Components....................................................................................................3
     2.2        Project Investment Plan ..............................................................................................4
     2.3        Financing Plan.............................................................................................................4
     2.4        Flow of Funds and Onlending Arrangements.............................................................5
     2.5        Implementation Organization......................................................................................6
     2.6        Description of the Environment...................................................................................7
     2.7        EIA Classification.........................................................................................................7

3.   Implementation Progress......................................................................................................9

     3.1        Overall Progress..........................................................................................................9
     3.2        Investment Progress ...................................................................................................9
     3.3        Progress in Procurement and Contracting ...............................................................10
     3.4        Subproject Progress..................................................................................................11
     3.5        Updated Implementation Schedule ..........................................................................12

4.   Implementation of the EMP.................................................................................................15

     4.1        Objectives ..................................................................................................................15
     4.2        Implementation of Mitigation Measures....................................................................15
     4.3        Implementation of Environmental Monitoring Program ...........................................18
     4.4        Implementation of Disclosure, Consultation and Grievance Redress.....................18
     4.5        Fulfillment of Environmental Responsibilities...........................................................20
     4.6        Environmental Benefits .............................................................................................20

5.   Environmental Monitoring ..................................................................................................43

     5.1        Introduction ................................................................................................................43



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     5.2      Water Quality Monitoring...........................................................................................43
     5.3      Air Quality Monitoring ................................................................................................52
     5.4      Noise Monitoring........................................................................................................53

6.   Conclusion and Recommendations ..................................................................................56


APPENDICES




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                                ABBREVIATIONS
ADB     -   Asian Development Bank
CMG     -   Changchun Municipal Government
EA      -   Executing Agency
EIA     -   Environmental Impact Assessment
EMP     -   Environmental Management Plan
EPB     -   Environmental Protection Bureau
ERO     -   Environmental Responsible Officer
JPG     -   Jilin Provincial Government
JUEIP   -   Jilin Urban Environmental Improvement Project
IA      -   Implementing Agency
IEE     -   Initial Environmental Examination
LA      -   Loan Agreement
PA      -   Project Agreement
PAM     -   Project Administration Memorandum
PIUs    -   Project Implementation Units
PLG     -   Project Leading Group
PMO     -   Project Management Office
PPTA    -   Project Preparatory Technical Assistance
PRC     -   People’s Republic of China
PSC     -   Project Steering Committee
RRP     -   Report and Recommendations of the President to the Board of Directors
SEIA    -   Summary Environmental Impact Assessment
SWM     -   Solid Waste Management
WTP     -   Water Treatment Plant
WWTP    -   Wastewater Treatment Plant
YMG     -   Yanji Municipal Government




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                                          LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES

Table 1: Basic Information ...............................................................................................................1
Table 2: Revised Project Scope and IAs.........................................................................................3
Table 3: Project Investment Plan ($ million) ...................................................................................4
Table 4: Financing Plan ...................................................................................................................5
Table 5: Summary of Weighted Progress for Subprojects .............................................................9
Table 6: Summary of Investment Progress for Each Subproject...................................................9
Table 7: Summary of the Tendering and Contract Award Progress............................................10
Table 8: Noise Intensity of Heavy Machines on the Construction Site ........................................17
Table 9: Projected Results of Noise Attenuation of the Main Point Sources ..............................17
Table 10: Status of Implementation of Mitigation Measures ........................................................23
Table 11: Public Consultation Program.........................................................................................39
Table 12: Summary of Fulfillment of Environmental Responsibilities..........................................41
Table 13: Domestic Sewage Monitoring Results (Changchun Dongnan WWTP) ......................44
Table 14: Surface Water Monitoring Results of 5 June 2011 (Changchun Domestic SWM) .....44
Table 15: Surface Water Monitoring Results of 6 June 2011 (Changchun Domestic SWM) .....44
Table 16: Surface Water Monitoring Results of 7 June 2011 (Changchun Domestic SWM) .....45
Table 18: Air Quality Monitoring Results for Dongnan WWTP ....................................................47
Table 19: Air Quality Monitoring Results for Dongnan WWTP ....................................................47
Table 20: Air Quality Monitoring Results for Dongnan WWTP ....................................................47
Table 21: Air Quality Monitoring Results for Dongnan WWTP ....................................................48
Table 22: Air Quality Monitoring Results for Changchun SWM ...................................................48
Table 23: Air Quality Monitoring Results for Yanji WTP...............................................................48
Table 24: Air Quality Monitoring Results for Yanji WTP...............................................................49
Table 25: Air Quality Monitoring Results for Yanji Thermal Power Plant ....................................49
Table 26: Noise Monitoring Results for Dongnan WWTP in April................................................52
Table 27: Noise Monitoring Results for Dongnan WWTP in July ................................................53
Table 28: Noise Monitoring Results for Changchun SWM in Apirl ..............................................53
Table 29: Noise Monitoring Results for Changchun SWM in June..............................................53
Table 30: Noise Monitoring Results for Yanji WTP (8 June)........................................................54
Table 31: Noise Monitoring Results for Yanji WWTP (15 April)...................................................54
Table 32: Noise Monitoring Results for Yanji WWTP (15 June) ..................................................54
Table 33: Noise Monitoring Results for Yanji Thermal Power Plant Heating Networks .............54

Figure 1: Flow of Funds and Onlending Arrangements................................................................55
Figure 2: Project Implementation Arrangements ..........................................................................56




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1.           Introduction
1.1          Background
1.          This report is the fourth environmental monitoring report for the Jilin Urban
Environmental Improvement Project (the Project, JUEIP) covering the period of 1
January to 30 June 2011. It is prepared by the JUEIP Project Management Office
(JPMO) with the assistance of NREM International Inc. as the loan implementation
consultant.

2.         This report is prepared in accordance with the environmental monitoring
program as part of the environmental management plan (EMP). The field sampling
and lab analysis were undertaken by the Changchun municipal environmental
monitoring station and the Yanji municipal environmental monitoring station.

1.2          Project Summary
3.           The basic information about the Loan Project is provided in Table 1.

                                   Table 1: Basic Information
ADB Loan No.                                             2360-PRC
Project Title                                            Jilin Urban Environmental Improvement Project
Borrower                                                 People’s Republic of China
Executing Agency                                         Jilin Municipal Government
Implementing Agencies                                    1. Changchun Water Supply Co.
                                                         2. Changchun Jingyuetan Tourism Development Co.
                                                         3. Changchun Liya Environmental Sanitation
                                                                Infrastructure Construction Co.
                                                         4. Yanji Sewerage Treatment Co.
                                                         5. Yanji City Water Industry Co., Ltd.
                                                         6. Yanji Investment and Development Co.
Total Estimated Cost                                     $324.11 Million
ADB Loan                                                 $100.00 Million
Counterpart Financing                                    $224.11 Million
Loan Approval Date                                       2007/10/29
Loan Agreement Signed Date                               2008/02/26
Loan Effectiveness Date                                  2008/06/20
Original Loan Closing Date                               2013/06/30
Revised Loan Closing Date                                N/A
Total Number of Months for Implementation                62
Elapsed Months from Loan Effectiveness Date              44
Exchange Rate                                            $1 = CNY 7.51
Type of This Report                                      4th Environmental Monitoring Report
Period Covered by This Progress Report                   2011/01/01 – 2011/06/30
Note: The exchange rate refers to that contained in the RRP dated October 2007.




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2.            Description of the Project and Environment
2.1           Project Components
4.           The project is a multi-sector urban environmental improvement initiative
which aims to integrate urban development and environmental management to
ensure long-term sustainable growth. It is intended to help: (i) reduce water pollution;
(ii) protect water resources; (iii) address water shortage (through recycling effluent)
and meet the demand for high quality treated water through 2012; (iv) control non-
point source of pollution through effective solid waste management (SWM); (v)
reduce air pollution through reduction in coal consumption and more efficient central
heating; (vi) promote sustainable economic development; and (vii) improve the
environment and living conditions in Changchun and Yanji cities of Jilin Province.
The project supports the Government’s 11th Five-Year Plan (FYP) which includes
goals of improving living conditions and health in the project cities and promoting
sustainable economic development.

5.          The revised Project scope has three engineering components, broken
down into seven subcomponents as shown in Table 2. The locations of the
subcomponents can be found in the maps preceding this chapter. The project also
includes a component on project management and capacity building to the PMO and
IAs for effective project management.

6.         The Project was approved on 29 October 2007 for $100 million from the
ADB’s ordinary capital resources. The Loan and Project Agreements were signed on
26 February 2008. The loan has been declared effective on 20 June 2008. Physical
completion date is 31 December 2012 and the loan closing date for withdrawals from
the loan account is 30 June 2013. A midterm Review Mission (MTR) was conducted
in June 2010.

                           Table 2: Revised Project Scope and IAs
                                                                                            Implementing
 Subcomponent                               Project Scope                                     Agencies
                 Component I: Urban Infrastructure in Changchun City
1 Changchun No. 5 Build Changchun No. WTP with treatment capacity of 300,000             Changchun Water
  WTP and          m3/d; Pave 15.7 km water transmission main and 32.09 km               Supply Co. (CWSC)
  Distribution     distribution main; Newly construct two booster pumping stations.
  Mains
2 Changchun       Build a sanitary landfill with treatment capacity of 2,600 t/d.        Changchun Liya
  Domestic Solid                                                                         Environmental
  Waste                                                                                  Sanitation Infrastructure
  Management                                                                             Construction Co. (LIYA)
3 Changchun       Build Changchun Dongnan WWTP and Sewerage Networks with                Changchun Jingyuetan
  Dongnan WWTP treatment capacity of 100,000 m3/d; 23.5 km of wastewater                 Tourism Development
                  interceptor.                                                           Co. (CJTDC)

                  Component II: Urban Infrastructure in Yanji City
4 Yanji WTP and   Build Yanji WTP with treatment capacity of 60,000 m3/d; Pave           Yanji City Water
  Network Upgrade 9.55 km raw water transmission main, and10 km distribution             Industry Co., Ltd.
  and Expansion   main.                                                                  (YCWIC)




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                                                                                      Implementing
 Subcomponent                                Project Scope                               Agencies
5 Yanji Effluent    Build Yanji effluent reuse WWTP with treatment capacity of     Yanji City Wastewater
  Reuse and         50,000 m3/d; Pave 15.1 km water reuse transmission main and 40 Treatment Co., Ltd.
  Sewerage          km sewerage networks.
  Upgrade and
  Expansion
                   Component III: Central Heating in Yanji City
6 Yanji Thermal    Provide heating supply for 7.415 million m2 areas in the south of    Yanji Investment and
  Power Plant      Buerhatong River, including installation of 41.08 km heating pipe    Development Co.
  Heating          networks, 3.34 km of steam pipelines, and construction of 42 heat    (YIDC)
  Networks         exchange stations.
7 Yanji Central    Provide heating supply for 9.3 million m2 area in the north of       Yanji Investment and
  Heating          Buerhatong River, including installation of 77.6 km heating          Development Co.
  Secondary        pipelines, upgrade 30 km heating pipelines, and build 64 heat        (YIDC)
  Networks         exchange stations.
Source: Updated project scope submitted to the ADB in April 2011.

2.2          Project Investment Plan

7.         The estimated cost of the Project during appraisal totals at US$352.68
million. During the MTR, the Project cost was re-calculated at the estimate of US$
409.16 million as a result of CNY appreciation. The cost estimates was further
revised to $342.11 during the March-April 2011 ADB loan review mission. The
updated cost estimates are summarized in Table 3.

                         Table 3: Project Investment Plan ($ million)
                                     Item                                                        Total Cost
A. Base Costs
 1. Component 1: Changchun Urban Infrastructure
     a. Changchun No. 5 WTP & Distribution Mains                                                    72.68
     b. Changchun Domestic Solid Waste Management                                                   66.45
     c. Changchun Dongnan WWTP & Sewerage Networks                                                  48.18
 2. Component 2: Yanji Urban Infrastructure
     a. Yanji WTP and Network Upgrade and Expansion                                                 17.05
     b. Yanji Effluent Reuse & Sewerage Upgrade and Expansion                                       28.60
         i. Yanji Effluent Reuse Plant and Transmission Main
         ii. Yanji Sewerage Upgrade and Expansion
 3. Component 3: Yanji Central Heating
     a. Yanji Thermal Power Plant Heating Network                                                   44.46
     b. Yanji Central Heating Secondary Networks                                                    18.67
 4. Project Management                                                                              1.57
     Subtotal (A)                                                                                  297.65
B. Contingencies                                                                                    15.68

C. Financial Charges during Implementation                                                          10.78

                                       Total (A+B+C)                                               324.11



2.3          Financing Plan

8.        As per the updated cost estimates from the March-April 2011, the ADB
loan of $100 million from the ordinary capital resources finances approximately
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loan review mission). The Borrower is PRC. The Government of the PRC relends the
loan proceeds to JPG. The loan has a term of 25 years, including a grace period of 5
years. The interest rate is determined in accordance with the LIBOR-based lending
facility, commitment charge and such other terms and conditions set forth in the Loan
Agreement. Local costs are financed from water tariffs, wastewater treatment fees,
urban construction fees, domestic loans from the PRC banks, and State bonds. The
financing plan is summarized in Table 4.

                                     Table 4: Financing Plan
                                  Source                                               Financing ($ M)     %
A. Asian Development Bank (ADB) Loan                                                       100.00         30.85
B. Changchun and Yanji Municipal Governments (Including Local Bank Loans)                  224.11         69.15
                                   Total                                                   324.11        100.00


2.4          Flow of Funds and Onlending Arrangements
9.           The flow of funds and relending arrangements are shown in Figure 1.




                                                                Yanji Water Industries Co. (YCWIC)
                                                                Yanji WTP + Network Upgrade and
                                                                Expansion




                Figure 1: Flow of Funds and Onlending Arrangements




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2.5            Implementation Arrangements

10.        The JPG is the Executing Agency (EA) who has overall responsibility for
the loan project. The Project Leading Group (PLG) under JPG is headed by a Vice
Governor and comprising the heads of the Jilin Development Reform Commission,
Housing and Urban-Rural Development Department, and Finance Bureau
Department. The PLG provides overall policy guidance, facilitates interagency
coordination and resolve any institutional problems affecting project implementation.
The Jilin Project Management Office (JPMO) is led by the Jilin Provincial Housing
and Urban-Rural Development Department. The Project Management Offices in
CMG and YMG coordinate and monitor activities of the IAs. The Project
Implementation Unit (PIU) in each IA is responsible for day-to-day implementation.

11.            The project implementation arrangements are shown in Figure 2.


                                                      PLG
                                            (headed by Vice Governor)

                                                     JPMO
                                     (Jilin Provincial Housing and Urban-
                                       Rural Development Department)




                      Changchun PLG                                       Yanji PLG
              (Changchun Municipal Government)                        (Yanji City Government)

                         Changchun PMO                                      Yanji PMO
             (Changchun Municipal Public                                    (Yanji DRC)
              Utilities Bureau)




 Changchun No. 5 WTP            Changchun Dongnan            Yanji Effluent Reuse and     Yanji WTP and Network
 and Distribution Mains         WWTP and Sewerage             Sewerage Upgrade and        Upgrade and Expansion
                                     Networks                        Expansion
      (Changchun Water         (Changchun Jingyuetan                                      (Yanji City Water Industry
         Supply Co.)          Tourism Development Co.            (Yanji Sewerage                 Co., Ltd.) PIU
            PIU                      (CJTDC))                     Treatment Co.)
                                           PIU                          PIU



          Changchun Domestic Solid Waste                      Yanji Thermal Power          Yanji Central Heating
                   Management                                Plant Heating Networks        Secondary Networks
           (Changchun Liya Environmental
              Sanitation Infrastructure                       (Yanji Investment and        (Yanji Investment and
                 Construction Co.)                             Development Co.)              Development Co.)
                        PIU                                            PIU




                         Figure 2: Project Implementation Arrangements




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2.6        Description of the Environment

12.         The Project area is located in the central and eastern part of Jilin Province,
including the cities of Changchun and Yanji. The Changchun Municipal Government
(CMG) administers an area of 3,563 km2 with an urban population of 2.98 million.
Yanji is 420 km east of Changchun and has an area of 1,350 km2 and a population of
420,040.

13.       The two Project cities are in the northern temperate continental climate
zone. Seasonal changes are distinct, with long, cold and dry winters, short, hot and
rainy summers, dry and windy springs, and cool falls.

14.        Changchun lies in a transitional zone between the Changbaishan
Mountain ranges to the east and the Songliao plains to the west. The terrain is
characterized by gently sloping hilly plains going east to west. Typical topographic
features include low hills and valleys, mesa plains, alluvial plains, and volcanic cones.
Two major rivers pass through the city. The Yitong River is the largest branch of the
Yinma River. The Yitong River is 383 km long with a catchment area of 8,714 km2. It
is the major body receiving municipal and industrial wastewater. The Xinkai River,
one of the larger branches of the Yitong River, is 127 km long and has a catchment
area of 2,419 km2. Changchun is rich in secondary forest resources. Forest coverage
is approximately 14.4%. In urban Changchun, most vegetation is planted species.

15.         Yanji lies at the center of Yanji plain in the north of Changbaishan
Mountain. The city is surrounded by hills and terrain slightly slopes from north to
south. Typical topographic features include some valley plains formed by alluvium of
the Buerhatong River and its branches, and many low hills produced by erosion.
Yanji is in the Tumen River basin. Three rivers flow through the city: Buerhatong,
Hailan and Yanji Rivers. The Buerhatong River flows through the city from west to
east and then north after it is joined by the Hailan River. The Buerhatong River is 242
km long and has a catchment area of 7,141 km2. The Yanji River empties into the
Buerhatong River in the city and has a catchment area of 231 km2 in the city. In Yanji,
there are 700 km2 of forests and grasslands, more than 900 cash plants, and more
than 10 precious wild animals. The forest cover is about 38%, consisting of natural
secondary forests. Major species include broadleaf woodland forms, shrubs, and
cash trees. The grassland coverage is about 5%.

2.7        EIA Classification

16.         The Project was assessed during the TA fact-finding as environmental
“Category A”. A summary of the environmental impact assessment (SEIA) was
circulated to the Board of Directors of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) along with
the environmental management plan (EMP) on 17 May 2007, and posted at the ADB
website on 18 May 2007.

17.        The Chinese EIAs were prepared by certified EIA institutes. They were
prepared in accordance with relevant laws, regulations, and standards applicable in
PRC and following ADB Environment Policy (2002) and Environmental Assessment
Guidelines (2003). All of the subcomponent EIAs were approved by the relevant
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3.           Implementation Progress

3.1          Overall Progress
18.        By the end of June 2011, the weighted progress for the whole project is
70% against the 71% of the time elapsed (42 months out of 62 months of the loan
period, dating from the date of 29 October 2007 to the proposed Project completion
date of 31 December 2012). In the calculations, the construction is assigned a weight
of 70%, design 10%, tendering and contracting 6% and 14% of land requisition and
resettlement. Detailed summary of the weighted progress for the subprojects is
provided in Table 5.

              Table 5: Summary of Weighted Progress for Subprojects
                                                                                                 % of
                                                    Weight        Cost        Weight    %       Weighted
No.                 Subcomponent                     (%)       ($ Million)     (%)   Completed Completion
1   Construction                                      70
1.1 Changchun No. 5 WTP and Distribution Mains                   68.23         19.8       0.04          0.8
    Changchun Domestic Solid Waste
1.2                                                              34.13          9.9       0.94          9.3
    Management
    Changchun Dongnan WWTP and Sewerage
1.3                                                              40.13         11.6       0.59          6.9
    Networks
    Yanji WTP and Network Upgrade and
1.4                                                              17.42          5.1       0.95          4.8
    Expansion
    Yanji Effluent Reuse and Sewerage Upgrade
1.5                                                              27.69          8.0       1.00          8.0
    and Expansion
1.6 Yanji Thermal Power Plant Heating Networks                   38.78          11.2      0.57         6.4
1.7 Yanji Central Heating Secondary Networks                     14.93          4.3       1.00         4.3
1.8                    Subtotal                                  241.33         70.0      0.58         40.6
 2 Design                                              10                       10.0                   10.0
 3 Bid and Contract Award                              6                        6.0                    5.8
 4 Land Acquisition and Resettlement                   14                       14.0                   14.0
                        Total                         100                      100.0                   70.4


3.2          Investment Progress

19.          The investment progress is 58% as detailed in Table 6.

          Table 6: Summary of Investment Progress for Each Subproject
                                                                              Disbursement
                              Updated Cost                                      Reviewed &           % of
                                Estimate            Value Completed              Approved         Completion
                                    1                      2                         3              4=2/1
                             CNY         $           CNY        $             CNY         $
 Name of Subcomponent       10,000    Million       10,000   Million         10,000    Million         %
1.Changchun No. 5 WTP       46,603    68.23         1,966     2.88           1,966      2.88           4
  and Distribution Mains
2.Changchun Domestic        23,318      34.14       21,882      32.04        10,273     15.04          94
  Solid Waste Management
3.Changchun Dongnan         27,429      40.13       16,163      23.66        15,087     22.09          59
  WWTP and Sewerage
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4.Yanji WTP and Network           11,902      17.42      11,284      16.52     10,249      15.01           95
  Upgrade and Expansion
5.Yanji Effluent Reuse and        18,913      27.69      18,913      27.69     16,277      23.83           100
  Sewerage Upgrade and
  Expansion
6.Yanji Thermal Power             26,484      38.78      15,078      22.07     11,904      17.43           57
  Plant Heating Networks
7.Yanji Central Heating           10,199      14.93      10,199      14.93     10,199      14.93           100
  Secondary Networks
             Total               164,848     241.33      95,485     139.80     75,955      111.21          58
Note:
1. The updated cost estimate is the revised civil work and equipment installation cost estimate. If bidding is completed,
   the successful bid price is adopted as cost estimate; if contract is awarded, the contract price is adopted as cost
   estimate.
2. Value completed: for civil works, the value is the value of works completed at site; for the goods/equipment supply
   contracts, the value is the value of goods delivered.
3. For column 1, 2, 3: the left US$ amount is converted from the right CNY amount at $ 1 = CNY 6.83.


3.3              Progress in Procurement and Contracting

20.        The revised procurement plan comprises a total of 45 contract packages,
with 44 completed the procurement and 43 awarded accounting for 96% of the total
contracts. The total cost estimated based on the updated plan is $133.44 million. The
awarded value is $125.86 million, accounting for the 90% of the total cost for the
Project. The details are presented at Table 7.

           Table 7: Summary of the Tendering and Contract Award Progress
                                    Updated Cost                                    No. of    No of    No. of     % of
                                                          Value of Contracts                                                % of
                                 Estimates for ADB-                                Planned    Bids    Contracts Contracts
                                                              Awarded                                                     Contracts
                                 Financed Contracts                               Contracts Completed Awarded Awarded
       Subcomponent                                                                                                       Awarded
                                  CNY           $          CNY             $
                                                                                                                          by Value
                                 10,000      Million      10,000        Million
                                         1                          2                3         4          5       6=5/3     7=2/1
1. Changchun No. 5 WTP
                                 22,721       33.26       17,941        26.27        4         4          3         75       79
   &Distribution Mains
2. Changchun Domestic Solid
                                 22,818       33.41       22,818        33.41        7         7          7        100       100
   Waste Management
3. Changchun Dongnan WWTP
                                 22,418       32.82       22,418        32.82        3         3          3        100       100
   and Sewerage Networks
4. Yanji WTP and Network
                                  5,796        8.49       5,401          7.90        9         8          8         89       93
   Upgrade and Expansion
5. Yanji Effluent Reuse and
   Sewerage Upgrade and           6,398        9.37       6,398          9.36        6         6          6        100       100
   Expansion
6. Yanji Thermal Power Plant
                                  8,701       12.74       8,701         12.74        13        13        13        100       100
   Heating Networks
7. Yanji Central Heating
                                  1,253        1.83       1,253          1.83        2         2          2        100       100
   Secondary Networks
8.     Project      Management
                                  1,034        1.51       1,034          1.51        1         1          1        100       100
   Consulting Service
              Total              91,139       133.45      85,963        125.86       45        44        43         96       90
Note:
1. The updated cost estimate is the revised civil work and equipment installation cost estimate. If bidding is
   completed, the successful bid price is adopted as cost estimate; if contract is awarded, the contract price is
   adopted as cost estimate. For the contracts which have not completed the bid, the cost is the planned cost
   estimate.
2. Contract awarded amount is the amount written in the contract.
3. Exchange rate: US$ 1 = CNY 6.83.




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3.4        Subproject Progress
3.4.1      Changchun No. 5 WTP and Distribution Mains

The Project has a total of 4 contract packages using the ADB loan according to the
updated procurement plan in March 2011. The updated cost estimate is $33.26
million. Bid opening for all four contract packages has finished. Only the contract
CCWT/2.1 of goods procurement is awaits rewarding. Earthwork for water
purification room is completed. Foudation concrete for mixing pool, sedimentation
tank, and filter tank is completed; assembling reinforcement for pool walls and
template supporting are on-going. Construction for the pump station and pipeline
engineering has not started yet.

21.        Changchun Domestic SWM

22.        The subproject has 7 contract packages in total using the ADB loan
according to updated procurement plan in March 2011. The updated contract cost is
$33.41 million. All seven contracts have been awarded.

23.          The civil works for the two landfill areas have been completed. Landfill
area No. 1 has been put into operation. Civil works and liner system engineering for
Landfills have been completed. The Landfill I is in operation. Civil works for ancillary
facilities almost has been finished. The goods for contracts with No. CCMSW/2.1
transportation vehicles and CCMSW/2.2 landfill mechanical equipment has been
delivered.

3.4.2      Changchun Dongnan WWTP and Sewerage Networks

24.        It was reduced to 3 contract packages for the Project using the ADB loan
according to the updated procurement plan in March 2011. The updated contract
cost is $32.82 million. Up to now, the bidding of three contracts has been completed and
awarded.

25.         The construction for the secondary sedimentation tanks, distribution well
of secondary sedimentation tank, machine repair room, warehouse and garage,
biological deodorization pool have been 100% completed; and the oxidation ditch has
been 95% completed, ground pastering is on-going.

26.         Administrative Building, chemical room, and 2# substation, sluge storage
tank, thickener dewatering unit have been 90% completed; and 1# substation,
coarse grid, fine grid, blower room have been 80% completed; deeply treatment unit,
distribution well of deeply treatment unit and midway lifting pump station have been
40% completed.

27.       Four set central single tube mud absorption machine of sedimentation
tank and blender of oxidation ditch has been installed; 1.11 km of process pipelines
has been paved.

3.4.3      Yanji WTP and Network Upgrade and Expansion

28.        The Project has increased one contract package to nine in total using the
ADB loan according to the updated procurement plan in March 2011. The updated
contract cost estimate is US$8.49 million. Eight contracts have been awarded.



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29.       In civil works, except fragmentary engineering, civil works for Retaining
wall, Water Treatment Plant’s buildings have been completed; Gravel cushion for
road within the plant has been completed. Installation for indoor and outdoor
equipment and materials in the plant has been completed.

3.4.4     Yanji Effluent Reuse and Sewerage Upgrade and Expansion

30.        The contract packages number using the ADB loan has been adjusted to
6 according to the updated procurement plan in March 2011. The updated contract
cost estimate is $9.37 million. All six contracts have been awarded. Civil work
construction has been completed. 77.7% of investment for sewage pipeline
engineering has been completed.

3.4.5     Yanji Thermal Power Plant Heating Networks

31.        The Project has increased one contract packages to 13 in total using the
ADB loan according to the updated procurement plan in March 2011. The updated
contract cost estimate is $12.74 million. All the 13 contracts have been awarded.

32.        12.68 km of primary pipeline and 2 km of secondary pipeline has been
paved; four heat exchange stations have been completed.

3.4.6     Yanji Central Heating Secondary Networks

1.       Yanji Central Heating Secondary Networks has 2 contract packages using
the ADB loan with the total investment of $1.83 million. The procurement and
contracts awarded have already been completed. All pipeline engineering works
have been completed. Civil works for 64 heating exchanges stations and the
equipment installation work have completed. About 107.6 km of pipelines, with pipe
diameter ranging from DN50 to DN500, have been laid.

3.5       Updated Implementation Schedule

33.       The updated implementation schedule is provided in Table 5.2-2.




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4.         Implementation of the EMP

4.1        Objectives
34.         The objective of establishing an EMP is not only to propose appropriate
mitigation measures, but also to recommend establishment of institutions or
mechanisms to monitor and ensure compliance with environmental regulations and
implementation of the proposed mitigation measures. Such institutions and
mechanisms will seek to ensure continuously improving environmental protection
activities during preconstruction, construction, and operation in order to prevent,
reduce, or mitigate adverse impacts. The EMP drew on the individual EIA reports and
on the PPTA discussions and agreements with the relevant government agencies.

35.        An evaluation of the implementation of the EMP is summarized in the
following sections.

4.2        Implementation of Mitigation Measures

36.        The important aspects of the implementation of mitigation measures are
highlighted as follow.

4.2.1      Implementation of Environmental Clauses in Civil Works Contracts

37.      All civil works contracts contain provisions on workers’ and community,
environmental protection and protection of physical and cultural relics. The
environmental clauses are summarized below.

Workers’ and Community Safety
38.         The contractors have taken precautionary measures to ensure workers’
safety. Protective equipment has been worn at all times for any person entering the
construction site. Safety training has been undertaken for workers and staff.
According to PRC labour law, the contractor has full responsibility for medical care
and compensation in case of bodily harm to any worker. The contractor is also
responsible for any bodily harm and property damage caused by construction
activities on site or in the vicinities, including land occupation.

39.         The contractors have strengthened safety management, especially in
regard to the use of flammables, explosives, toxic and corrosive substances. A
requirement for an emergency preparedness and response plan has been included in
all construction contracts.

Environmental Protection
40.          The contractors have complied with all relevant laws and regulations on
environmental protection, and have taken precautionary measures to minimize any
potential impact on the environment. They are responsible for restoring and
rehabilitating the environment to its original state at its own costs. Pollution control
measures have been implemented.

41.       Construction wastewater, sewage from workers’ camps and solid wastes
have been treated and disposed of properly so as not to cause any damage to the
environment, drinking water sources and public health. The spoils have been
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shall be protected with retention walls, proper drainage systems and vegetation to
avoid geological hazards. Noise, dust, air emissions, wastewater and waste oils have
been controlled to minimize annoyance to local communities.

Physical and Cultural Relics
42.        All physical and cultural relics discovered at the construction sites are
owned by the state. The contractor is responsible for reporting any such discoveries
immediately to the local relics protection authority and in the meantime immediately
inform the construction supervision agency. The contractor is responsible for taking
effective measures to protect the unearthed physical and cultural relics. The
contractor is held responsible for any loss of damage to the discovered relics, and
prosecuted for any delayed and fraudent reporting. To date, no physical and cultural
relices have been discovered at any construction site.

4.2.2      Pollution Control Measures

Construction Wastewater
43.         The major pollutant in construction wastewater is suspended solids. At the
construction sites, settlement ponds are used to retain the sediments in the
construction wastewater before they are discharged into municipal storm sewers.
The settlement ponds are cleaned when they are filled up with sediments. Tires of
construction vehicles are cleaned with water sprays before they leave the
construction site. Since the construction sites are located in urban areas, the sewage
from construction camps is discharged directly into the municipal sewerage network
which in turn is sent to the municipal sewage treatment plant.

Air Pollution Control
44.         The major sources of air emissions are construction equipment and
construction vehicles. The vehicles delivering granular and/or fine materials to the
sites are covered with tarpaulin sheets. Overloading of these vehicles has been
avoided. Vehicle speeds are controlled on construction sites. Construction vehicles
and machinery are certified to comply with the national emission and safety
standards. Besides, proper maintenance of vehicles and diesel equipment, and
avoidance of unnecessary running of vehicle and equipment engines are adopted to
reduce emissions.

45.         All the roads on the construction sites are sprayed by water trucks to
suppress dust, according to a daily schedule and taking weather conditions into
consideration. These roads are kept clean, solid, smooth, and clear of all dust, mud,
or extraneous materials dropped from transportation vehicles. The construction sites
are enclosed by the appropriate walls and sprayed with water twice a day. Dust
suppression equipment has been installed in concrete-batching plants. Materials
storage sites are sited 300 m from residential areas. The materials in the storage site
are organized, such as separate stone and sand materials; store concrete in
separate storage place and reduce the on-site storage time of the construction. The
transportation distance from the storage site to the construction site has been
optimized to minimize disturbance to local communities.

46.       When construction takes places during dry and windy days, water is
sprayed on earth piles and exposed surfaces to suppress dust. Construction will be
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Noise Control
47.       Construction facilities and equipment will include bulldozers, air picks, air
compressors, excavators, graders, stabilizers, concrete mixers, drills, stone-crushing
and screening, rollers, poker vibrations, concrete pumps, loading machines, and
other heavy machineries. The noise intensity levels of these machines are listed in
Table 8.

        Table 8: Noise Intensity of Heavy Machines on the Construction Site
           Machinery                        Noise Level                Machinery                  Noise Level
             Bulldozer                        78~96
         Concrete-mixer                       75~88
           Air hammer                         80~98                    (≥ten tons)                   85~94
  Concrete-crushing machine                   80~90                     Excavator                    80~93
Unit: dB(A).


48.         It is estimated that noise intensity from these activities are in the range of
75~105 dB (A). The noise levels can be calculated according to the noise source
intensity and distance from the noise source. The results are shown in the Table 9.

    Table 9: Projected Results of Noise Attenuation of the Main Point Sources
           Noise Source                           Distance From Noise Intensity (m)                        Limit
                            Noise
      Machine             Intensity        10         50        100        200           300         Day      Night
Bulldozer                   78~96        58~76      44~62      38~56      32~50       28.5~46.5      75        55
Concrete-mixer              75~88        55~68      41~54      35~48      29~42       25.5~38.5      75        55
Air hammer                  80~98        60~78      46~64      40~58      34~52       30.5~38.5      65        55
Concrete-crushing
                           80~90         60~70      46~56      40~50      34~44       30.5~40.5       75        55
machine
                            95~105        75~95       61~71      55~65        49~59      45.5~55.5      75      55
                             75~88        55~68       41~54      35~48        29~42      25.5~38.5      70      55
                             85~94        65~74       51~60      45~54        39~48      35.5~44.5      75      55
 Excavator                   80~93        60~73       46~59      40~53        34~47      30.5~43.5      65      55
Note: i) The data in the table represents situation that the noise level of the outdoor work with no hoardings around
the construction site. The sound reduction function of the hoardings is not considered in the calculation; ii) limit
refers to the Noise Limits for Construction Site (GB12523-90); and iii) unit is dB(A).


49.         The contractors have undertaken a series of measures to reduce noise
levels. Equipment that generates low levels of noise has been selected, and all
machinery is properly maintained to minimize noise. Noise reduction devices or
methods (e.g., hoarding) have been applied where piling equipment is operating
within 500 m of sensitive sites such as schools. Concrete-mixing plants and similar
activities are located at least 300 m away from sensitive areas such as residences,
schools, and hospitals. To reduce noise at night, the operation of machinery
generating high levels of noise, such as piling, is restricted to between 6:00 a.m. and
10:00 p.m. in accordance with PRC regulations. The movement of heavy vehicles
along urban and village roads has also been restricted to between 6:00 a.m. and
10:00 p.m.

Solid Waste Management
50.        Small quantities of garbage from construction camps is collected by the
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Soil Erosion Control
51.        The civil works contractors have taken measures to control soil erosion.
Soil erosion measures during construction include minimizing land surface
disturbance and exposure and use of settlement ponds. Upon completion of
construction, all the construction sites will be re-vegetated with trees and grasses.

52.        The implementation status of the mitigation measures, as proposed in the
SEIA, is presented in the right column of the Table 10 (at the end of this chapter). In
summary, the mitigation measures have to date been implemented effectively.

4.3        Implementation of Environmental Monitoring Program

53.         Internal environmental monitoring consists of two types. The first type
requires field sampling and lab analysis that is undertaken by a licensed
environmental institute (LEI), for such environmental parameters such water quality,
air quality and noise levels. The second type refers to visual inspections of such
things as soil erosion, restoration of vegetation, solid waste disposal and so on. The
field sampling and lab analysis has been conducted, according to the environmental
monitoring program as stipulated in the SEIA, by the Changchun municipal
environmental monitoring station (CEMS) and Yanji municipal environmental
monitoring station (YEMS) under contract to the IAs. Field inspections have been
undertaken by the on-site environmental engineer (OEE) of the contractor, EMU
officers and provincial and municipal PMO officers on a regular basis.

54.        External monitoring is undertaken by the environmental safeguard
specialists of the loan implementation consultancy. The external monitor is
responsible for advising the provincial and municipal PMOs, IAs, CEMS, YEMS and
construction contractors on the environmental monitoring requirements, reviewing the
monitoring activities and results, and assisting the PMOs and IAs to meet the
environmental reporting requirements.

55.        The detailed results of field sampling and lab analysis are presented in
the ensuing chapter.

4.4        Implementation of Disclosure, Consultation and
           Grievance Redress
4.4.1      Information Disclosure

56.        A project information bulletin board has been erected at each construction
site. The bulletin board contains a description about the project, layout map,
construction safety, labour standards, environmental and health standards, name of
the contractor(s) and names and contact information of the on-site managers and
company executives.

4.4.2      Public Consultation and Grievance Redress

57.         At the beginning of project implementation, a grievance redress
mechanism (GRM) was established. The environmental officers in provincial and
municipal PMOs and EMUs also serve as the grievance focal points (GFPs). The
GFPs have visited construction sites on a regular basis. During the site visits, the
GFPs have interviewed the local residents living near the construction sites. The
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from construction activities, such as construction noise and dust, as well as public
concerns about the environment and resettlement.

58.        Contact information for the contractor and on-site project managers has
been posted at each construction site (see above). Public complaints and concerns
can also be channelled through the 24-hour hotlines of the two municipal EPBs
(“12369” – common number country-wide). The two municipal EPBs also have online
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59.        According to information from the two municipal EPBs, EMUs/IAs and
OEEs/construction contractors, no complaint have been received through the formal
grievance mechanisms. The other consultation activities, including informal
interviews during site visits and workshops, have received a series of comments and
suggestions from the local residents. The status of the implementation of the public
consultation program is summarized in Table 11.

4.5        Fulfillment of Environmental Responsibilities
60.           The environmental responsibilities outlined in the EMP are by and large
fulfilled, albeit with delays in environmental monitoring and reporting. The status of
fulfillment of environmental responsibilities is summarized in Table 12.

4.6        Environmental Benefits

61.         The Yanji central projects are part of the Yanji municipal government’s
effort to improve the quality of life for the city’s residents, increase the energy
efficiency and reducing air pollution. Once fully operational, the Yanji central heating
project will replace about 515 small boilers with a total tonnage of 2,296. It is
estimated to reduce the use of coal by 672,870 t/a, TSP by 11,247 t/a and SO2 by
4,425 t/a. The projects will help Yanji to achieve the target of 330 days within the
year whereby the air quality meets the Class II of the PRC Ambient Air Quality
Standards (GB 3095-1996), compared to 285 days in 2006. The environmental
benefits are shown in the following charts.


                                       延吉集中供热项目减排效果
                         W             Z    z    ,                               W

                                  指标 / Indicator                数值 / Measurement
                         取代燃煤锅炉 (台)                                  515 +
                         No of Small Boilers Replaced         分散民用源 (Household Stoves)
                         取代锅炉吨位 (吨)                                     2,296
                         Tonnage of Small Boilers Replaced
                         减少燃煤 (吨/年)                                    672,870
                         Reduced Coal Use (t/y)
                         消减二氧化硫 (吨/年)                                   4425
                         SO2 Reduction (t/y)
                         消减烟尘 (吨/年)                                    11,247
                         TSP Reduction (t/y)




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         延吉大气质量改善
z         Y   /




         延吉大气质量改善
z         Y   /




         延吉大气质量改善
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                                             Table 10: Status of Implementation of Mitigation Measures
      Impact Factor/        Potential Impacts                                               Implementing                     Supervising
                                                        Mitigation Measures                                                                            Implementation Status
          Stage              and/or Issues                                                    Agency                           Agency
A. Pre-Construction
1.1 EIAs and Feasibility   Site/alignment         The recommended sites/pipeline    DIs and EIA institutes, IAs     CPMO, YPMO, JPMO, CEPB,           In compliance.
study stage                selections             routes for the individual                                         YEPB
                                                  subprojects were selected from
                                                  various alternatives so as to
                                                  minimize adverse impacts on
                                                  the environment.

                           Treatment              CSW: Three alternatives           DI/EIA institute and the IA     CPMO, JPMO, CEPB                  In compliance.
                           technology             (composting, landfill and         of CSW
                           selections             incineration) were evaluated
                                                  based on waste characteristics,
                                                  cost and environmental impacts.
                                                  CWWTP: Three alternative
                                                  treatment technology were
                                                  evaluated based on
                                                  environmental and economic the
                                                  pre-defined criteria

                           Public consultations   Two round public consultations    EIA institutes, IAs             CPMO, YPMO, JPMO, CEPB,           In compliance.
                                                  have been conducted on                                            YEPB,
                                                  environmental issues, poverty,
                                                  and resettlement during the
                                                  project design and EIA
                                                  preparations.

1.2 Design Stage           Updating EMP           Mitigation measures defined in    DIs, IAs                        JPMO,CPMO,YPMO, CEPB,             There have been no major
                                                  each individual EMP will be                                       YEPB,                             changes to the project
                                                  updated and incorporated into                                                                       design and therefore no
                                                  the detailed design to minimize                                                                     update of the EMP has
                                                  adverse environmental impacts.                                                                      been necessary.

1.3 Bidding and            Bidding documents      (i)   To ensure environmental     Environmental consultants       JPMO,CPMO,YPMO, CEPB,             In compliance.
construction preparation   and contractor’s             credibility among           or companies contracted by      YEPB,



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Impact Factor/    Potential Impacts                                                 Implementing                       Supervising
                                                Mitigation Measures                                                                              Implementation Status
   Stage            and/or Issues                                                     Agency                             Agency
                 qualifications                contractors, prepare          IAs
                                               environmental
                                               prequalification clauses
                                               and specifications to be
                                               included in the
                                               prequalification package to
                                               contractors.
                                         (ii) Prepare environment
                                               section in the terms of
                                               reference for bidders.
                                         (iii) Prepare environmental
                                               contract clauses for
                                               contractors, namely the
                                               special conditions, (e.g.,
                                               reference EMP and
                                               monitoring table).
                                         (iv) Prepare covenants for
                                               loan agreement as defined
                                               in the EMP.

                 Environmental           Contractors to prepare an           Contractors                      IAs, JPMO,CPMO,YPMO,              In compliance.
                 Operation and           environmental operation and                                          CEPB, YEPB,
                 Supervision Manual      supervision manual, as required
                                         by the contract for approval by
                                         IAs.

                 Complaint and           (i)    Establish a complaint and    Contractors                      IAs, YPMO, CPMO, JPMO             In compliance.
                 Information Office or          information office or
                 Appointed Person               appoint a responsible
                                                person before starting the
                                                construction.
                                         (ii)   Ensure that staff at the
                                                office is well trained to
                                                handle conflicts with
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    Impact Factor/    Potential Impacts                                                 Implementing                       Supervising
                                                 Mitigation Measures                                                                                 Implementation Status
       Stage           and/or Issues                                                      Agency                             Agency
                                                  from environmental
                                                  impacts.
                     Environmental         Environmental specialists and/or      YPMO, CPMO, JPMO                 JPLG                              In compliance.
                     Protection Training   officials from JEPB or/and SEBP
                                           will be invited to provide training
                                           on implementation and
                                           supervision of environmental
                                           mitigation measures to relevant
                                           persons.

                     Resumption of Land    (v)  Establish a resettlement         IAs                              YPMO, CPMO, JPMO                  In compliance.
                     and Property               office comprising local
                                                government officials to
                                                manage the resettlement
                                                process.
                                           (vi) Conduct community
                                                consultation programs and
                                                ensure information is
                                                disseminated about
                                                entitlement based on the
                                                Land Administration Law.
                                           (i) Ensure that all relocation
                                                and resettlement activities
                                                are reasonably completed
                                                before construction starts
                                                on any subprojects.

B. Construction
2.1 Water            Wastewater from       Sewage and other wastewater           Contractors                      IAs, JPMO, CPMO,       YPMO,      Construction wastewater is
                     construction camps    from construction camps will be                                        CEPB, YEPB                        treated with retainment
                                           collected and treated using                                                                              and settlement ponds.
                                           septic tanks before being                                                                                Construction sewage is
                                           discharged to avoid                                                                                      discharged into municipal
                                           contamination of the                                                                                     sewers or treated with a
                                           surrounding areas.                                                                                       septic tank when



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      Impact Factor/    Potential Impacts                                              Implementing                       Supervising
                                                  Mitigation Measures                                                                               Implementation Status
         Stage           and/or Issues                                                   Agency                             Agency
                                                                                                                                                   municipal sewers are not
                                                                                                                                                   available.
                       Spill of hazardous   A construction materials            Contractors                      IAs, JPMO, CPMO,       YPMO,      In compliance. No
                       and harmful          handling protocol (e.g., storage                                     CEPB, YEPB                        accidental releases have
                       construction         away from watercourses and                                                                             been reported.
                       materials            provision of retention areas to
                                            contain accidental spills of such
                                            toxic, hazardous, and harmful
                                            construction materials as caustic
                                            and acidic substances, oil and
                                            petroleum products, and asphalt
                                            materials) will be prepared and
                                            applied to prevent soil and
                                            surface/ground water pollution.

2.2 Air                Generation of Dust   (i)   Vehicles delivering           Contractors                      IAs, JPMO, CPMO,       YPMO,      In compliance. Dust
                                                  granular and/or fine                                           CEPB, YEPB                        suppression measures
                                                  materials to the sites must                                                                      have been adopted when
                                                  be covered.                                                                                      the construction sites are
                                            (ii) Materials storage sites                                                                           located close to sensitive
                                                  must be 300 meter from                                                                           areas and during dry,
                                                  residential areas and                                                                            windy days.
                                                  covered with canvas or
                                                  sprayed with water.
                                            (iii) Water will be sprayed on
                                                  construction sites, and
                                                  access roads twice a day.
                                            (iv) All roads and pavements
                                                  used by vehicles of the
                                                  contractors or any
                                                  subcontractors or supplier
                                                  will be kept clean and
                                                  clear of all dust, mud, or
                                                  extraneous materials
                                                  dropped by their




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     Impact Factor/    Potential Impacts                                                 Implementing                       Supervising
                                                   Mitigation Measures                                                                                Implementation Status
        Stage           and/or Issues                                                      Agency                             Agency
                                                   construction vehicles.
                                                   Such cleaning must be
                                                   completed on a regular
                                                   basis.

                      Emissions from         (i)   Vehicle emissions must be      Contractors                      IAs, JPMO,CPMO,YPMO,              In compliance. All
                      Vehicles and                 in compliance with PRC-                                         CEPB, YEPB                        construction vehiles and
                      Equipment                    GB18352-2005, GB17691-                                                                            machinery are certified to
                                                   2005, GB 11340-2005,                                                                              comply with the applicable
                                                   GB3847-2005, and                                                                                  national emission
                                                   GB18285-2005.                                                                                     standards.
                                             (ii) Equipment and machinery
                                                   emissions must be in
                                                   compliance with PRC-
                                                   GB16297-1996.
                                             (iii) A regular inspection and
                                                   certification system must
                                                   be initiated.

2.3 Noise             Noise from Vehicles,   (i)   Noise levels from              Contractors                      IAs, JPMO,CPMO,YPMO,              In compliance. All
                      Plant, and                   equipment and machinery                                         CEPB, YEPB                        construction vehicles and
                      Equipment                    must strictly conform to                                                                          equipment are certified to
                                                   PRC-GB 12523-90.                                                                                  comply with the applicable
                                             (ii) Provide adequate route for                                                                         national standards.
                                                   large trucks to keep away                                                                         Transport routes have
                                                   from residential areas                                                                            been carefully selected to
                                             (iii) At construction sites within                                                                      avoid community
                                                   500 m of the nearest                                                                              disturbance. Construction
                                                   habitation, noisy                                                                                 activities are suspended
                                                   construction work will be                                                                         during night hours when
                                                   stopped between 2200                                                                              close to sensitive spots.
                                                   and 0600 hours.

2.4 Solid wastes      Domestic waste         (i)   Multi-compartment              Contractors                      IAs, JPMO,CPMO,YPMO,              In compliance. Garbage
                      from worker’s camps          collection bins will be                                         CEPB, YEPB                        bins are used at



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                                                                                               FOURTH   ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING REPORT (COVERING 1 JANUARY – 30 JUNE 2011)



     Impact Factor/    Potential Impacts                                                Implementing                       Supervising
                                                 Mitigation Measures                                                                                 Implementation Status
        Stage           and/or Issues                                                     Agency                             Agency
                                                 provided to facilitate the                                                                         construction sites and
                                                 reuse, recycling and                                                                               camps. Garbages are
                                                 composting of solid waste;                                                                         collected regularly and
                                           (ii) Wastes will be stored                                                                               disposed at local landfills.
                                                 away from water bodies
                                                 and will be regularly
                                                 hauled to a suitable landfill
                                                 or designated dumping
                                                 site;
                                           (iii) Appropriate waste storage
                                                 containers will be provided
                                                 by the contractors, and
                                           (iv) Agreements will be signed
                                                 with locals for waste
                                                 disposal, where
                                                 appropriate, through local
                                                 facilities. These
                                                 arrangements are to be
                                                 made prior to commencing
                                                 works.

2.5 Soil Erosion and                       (i)   Strip and stockpile topsoil,    Contractors                      IAs, JPMO,CPMO,YPMO,              In compliance. Vegetation
ecology                                          build retaining walls where                                      CEPB, YEPB, CWRB, YWRB            removal and exposed
                                                 necessary before                                                                                   surface are minimized.
                                                 dumping.                                                                                           Spoils are disposed in pre-
                                           (ii) Providing temporary                                                                                 selected sites which are
                                                 detention ponds or                                                                                 rehabilitated upon
                                                 containment to control silt                                                                        completion of construction.
                                                 runoff.
                                           (iii) Construct intercepting
                                                 ditches and chutes to
                                                 prevent outside runoff
                                                 entering disposal sites,
                                                 and divert runoff from sites
                                                 to existing drainage




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Impact Factor/    Potential Impacts                                                Implementing                    Supervising
                                            Mitigation Measures                                                                              Implementation Status
   Stage           and/or Issues                                                     Agency                          Agency
                                           system or ponds.
                                      (iv) preserve existing
                                           vegetation where no
                                           construction activity is
                                           planned or temporarily to
                                           preserve vegetation where
                                           activity is planned for a
                                           later date;
                                      (v) Rehabilitate the disposal
                                           and borrow sites into
                                           grassland, woodland, or
                                           farmland after closing.

                 Vegetation           (i)   In compliance with the         Contractors, IAs               IAs, JPMO,CPMO,YPMO,              In compliance.
                                            PRC’s forestry law, IAs will                                  CEPB, YEPB CWRB, YWRB,            Compensatory funds are
                                            undertake compensatory                                        JWRB                              paid to the forest
                                            planting of an equivalent                                                                       departments for
                                            or larger area of affected                                                                      compensatory tree
                                            forest trees.                                                                                   planting. All construction
                                      (ii) The revegetation will                                                                            sites are re-vegetated
                                            comprise a selection of                                                                         upon completion of
                                            species that are suitable                                                                       construction.
                                            for this area and have the
                                            most appropriate attributes
                                            to survive and serve their
                                            designated functions.
                                      (iii) All disposal sites and
                                            borrow sites will be
                                            restored, where possible,
                                            to productive agricultural
                                            land or grass and
                                            woodland.
                                      (iv) New plantings will be
                                            maintained during the
                                            operation period




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     Impact Factor/    Potential Impacts                                                  Implementing                      Supervising
                                                    Mitigation Measures                                                                               Implementation Status
        Stage           and/or Issues                                                       Agency                            Agency

2.6 Social            Resettlement           All affected persons will be         IAs                              CPMO, YPMO, JPMO, CMG,            The resettlement has been
                                             compensated and resettled in a                                        YMG                               implemented in
                                             timely and adequate manner, in                                                                          accordance with the RP.
                                             accordance with the
                                             resettlement plans

                      Traffic jam or block   (i)   Building interim roads,        Contractors, IAs                 CPMO, YPMO, Changchun             In compliance. Trafiic
                                             (ii)  Selecting transport routes                                      and Yanji Traffic authorities     disturbance has been
                                                   to reduce disturbance to                                                                          minimized by selected
                                                   regular traffic,                                                                                  transport routes, avoiding
                                             (iii) Diverting traffic at peak                                                                         rush hours and building
                                                   traffic hours, and                                                                                interm roads.
                                                   reinstating the area to its
                                                   original condition on
                                                   completion of construction.

                      Cultural heritage      (i)    Cultural heritage values      Contractors                      IA, CPMO, YPMO, JPMO,             No physical and cultural
                                                    will be preserved where                                        Local or/and Provincial           relics have been
                                                    identified. In accordance                                      Cultural Heritage Bureau          discovered at the
                                                    with PRC regulations, no                                                                         construction sites.
                                                    person shall destroy,
                                                    damage, deface, conceal,
                                                    or otherwise interfere with
                                                    a relic.
                                             (ii)   If an important site is
                                                    unearthed, work should be
                                                    stopped immediately and
                                                    the matter promptly
                                                    referred to the county,
                                                    municipal, provincial or
                                                    state level agencies for
                                                    evaluation and decision on
                                                    appropriate actions.




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     Impact Factor/    Potential Impacts                                                 Implementing                    Supervising
                                                 Mitigation Measures                                                                               Implementation Status
          Stage         and/or Issues                                                      Agency                          Agency
C. Operation
3.1 Water             Wastewater from the   CSW, CWWTP and YWR:                   IAs                           CEPB, JEPB                        Discharged into sewers
                      management office     Waste water from management                                                                           when available, or treated
                                            office will be collected to the                                                                       with septic tanks.
                                            waste treatment facilities directly
                                            CWS and YWS:
                                            One septic tank or one set of
                                            on-site wastewater treatment
                                            device for each subproject will
                                            be installed for treating waste
                                            water from management offices
                                            before being discharged into the
                                            receiving water bodies.
                      CWWTP, YWR:           (i) Using dual power supply           IAs                           CEPB, JEPB                        The proposed measures
                      malfunctioning        (ii) Setting up operation and                                                                         are in place.
                                                   maintenance manuals and
                                                   providing adequately
                                                   training to operators to
                                                   ensure proper operation
                                                   and maintenance of the
                                                   facilities,
                                            (iii) Setting up appropriate
                                                   communication protocols,
                                                   both internally and
                                                   externally to the YEPB
                                                   and Health Authorities,
                                                   effluent reuse users and
                                                   other agencies as
                                                   determined to be suitable,
                      CSW:                  (i) A bottom liner system             IAs                           CEPB                              Measures have been
                      water pollution due          including geotextile, clay                                                                     adopted.
                      to leachate and              membrane, HDPE liner
                      runoff                       and sand layer will be
                                                   installed to prevent
                                                   groundwater pollution;



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Impact Factor/    Potential Impacts                                                 Implementing                     Supervising
                                              Mitigation Measures                                                                              Implementation Status
   Stage           and/or Issues                                                      Agency                           Agency
                                      (ii)    A leachate collection will
                                              be constructed and the
                                              collected leachate will be
                                              treated in the on-site
                                              treatment facility and
                                              effluent will be reused for
                                              the landfill water-spraying;
                                      (iii)   A retention pond will be
                                              constructed to retain
                                              leachate in case of
                                              malfunctioning of the
                                              leachate treatment facility
                                      (iv)    Intercepting ditches and
                                              chutes will be constructed
                                              to prevent outside runoff
                                              entering the landfill site,
                                              and divert runoff to
                                              existing drainage system.
                                      (v)     At closure stage, the site
                                              will be covered with
                                              geotextile, HDPE and soil
                                              with vegetation;
                                      (vi)    After closure, stormwater
                                              runoff will be routed from
                                              the final cover to perimeter
                                              ditches and pipes.
                                      (vii)   Install monitoring wells
                                              around the landfill site to
                                              enhance required
                                              monitoring activities
                 CWWTP:               (i)     Developing industrial          IAs, CEPB                      CEPB                              Regular inspectios are
                 Illegal industrial           pollution control and                                                                           undertaken by local EPBs,
                 discharges                   management plans;                                                                               as part of their mandate.
                                              requiring adequate
                                              treatment of industrial




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      Impact Factor/    Potential Impacts                                             Implementing                    Supervising
                                                 Mitigation Measures                                                                            Implementation Status
         Stage           and/or Issues                                                  Agency                          Agency
                                                  wastes before discharging
                                                  into sewer system
                                            (ii) Setting up efficient
                                                  industrial waste water
                                                  monitoring system and
                                                  strict enforcement on
                                                  illegal industrial
                                                  discharges
                                            (iii) Selection of adequate
                                                  process control of WWTPs

                       CWWTP: Effluent      (iv) Project environmental         Licensed environmental        CEPB                              Not yet due.
                       impact to water            acceptance audit by a        consultant companies
                       receiving bodies           licensed consultant          contracted by IAs, IAs
                                                  company will be
                                                  conducted prior to the
                                                  formal operations in order
                                                  to ensure the effluents
                                                  meet Class A of PRC
                                                  WWTP discharge
                                                  standards (GB18918-
                                                  2002, SEPA, 2002);
                                            (v) A effluent monitoring
                                                  program will be set up and
                                                  carried out
3.2 Air                Odour                CWWTP and YWR:                                                                                     Not yet due.
                                            (i) Provide buffer zone and
                                                  vegetation around the
                                                  YWR;
                                            (ii) Enclose potential odour
                                                  sources such as the
                                                  sludge dewatering area;
                                            (iii) Avoid storage of
                                                  dewatered sludge in YWR;
                                            (iv) Ensure enclosed



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Impact Factor/    Potential Impacts                                               Implementing                    Supervising
                                            Mitigation Measures                                                                             Implementation Status
   Stage           and/or Issues                                                    Agency                          Agency
                                            transportation and haul to
                                            landfill for final disposal;
                                      (v)   Ensure adequate YWR
                                            layout to minimize odour
                                            to potential receptors

                                      CSW:
                                      (i) Setting up a buffer zone
                                            within 500 meters from the
                                            landfill site
                                      (ii) Planting trees around the
                                            sites
                                      (iii) Limiting the size of the
                                            working face, to reduce
                                            the amount of exposed
                                            waste;
                                      (iv) The use of daily and
                                            intermediate cover,
                                            placing cover materials on
                                            a continual basis, and
                                            ensuring that all waste is
                                            covered at the end of each
                                            day;
                                      (v) Immediately covering
                                            pungent wastes and those
                                            wastes with the potential
                                            for strong odour;

                 CWS, CSW,            Dust removers will be installed      IAs                           CEPB, YEPB                        Not yet due.
                 CWWTP, YWS:          for heating boilers so that
                 Emission from the    emissions meet the Class II
                 heating boilers      Emission Standard for Air
                                      Pollutants for Coal-Burning, Oil-
                                      Burning and Gas-Fired Boiler in
                                      phase II (GB13271-2001, SEPA,




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     Impact Factor/    Potential Impacts                                               Implementing                    Supervising
                                                   Mitigation Measures                                                                           Implementation Status
        Stage           and/or Issues                                                    Agency                          Agency
                                            2002).

                      CSW:                  (i)    A methane gas collection     IAs                           CEPB                              Not yet due.
                      Methane emission             system will be installed
                      and fire risk                and emitted to the air
                                            (ii)   Two biogas power
                                                   generation devices will be
                                                   installed in middle and
                                                   long term to reuse
                                                   methane generated from
                                                   wastes

3.3 Noise             Noise from the pump   (i)   Select low noise              IAs                           CEPB, YEPB                        Not yet due.
                      and equipment               equipment and vehicles;
                      operation             (ii) Install high noise
                                                  equipment indoors;
                                            (iii) Construct pumping
                                                  stations in semiburied
                                                  structures;
                                            (iv) Plant trees around CWS,
                                                  CSW, YWS, YWR and
                                                  pump stations of YHS,
                                                  YSHN
                                            (v) Ensure adequate facility
                                                  layouts to minimize noise
                                                  impact on potential
                                                  receptors

3.4 Solid wastes      CWS, CWWTP,           CWS:                                IAs                           CEPB, YEPB                        Not yet due.
                      YWR: Sludge           (i) chemical tests will be
                                                carried out to determine
                                                whether the quality of
                                                sludge complies with
                                                pollutant limits for sludge
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Impact Factor/    Potential Impacts                                                Implementing                    Supervising
                                            Mitigation Measures                                                                              Implementation Status
   Stage           and/or Issues                                                     Agency                          Agency
                                            fertilizers specified in
                                            Discharge Standards for
                                            Urban Waste Water
                                            Treatment (GB18918-
                                            2002, SEPA) or sent
                                      (ii) Sludge will be used as
                                            agricultural fertilizer if
                                            meets the standards or
                                            sent to the landfill if not
                                      (iii) Providing timely hauling to
                                            designated landfill in
                                            enclosure transportation,
                                            or r to the agricultural land
                                            if it meets PRC standards
                                            for agricultural use

                                      CWWTP:
                                      Sludge will be sent to the
                                      existing Beijiao WWTP
                                      (Changchun) for composting

                                      YWR:
                                      Sludge will be sent to the Yanji
                                      landfill

                 CSW: waste           (i)   Cleaning up vehicles after      IAs                           CEPB                              Site visits by loan
                 collection and             dumping of wastes                                                                               implementation support
                 transportation       (ii) Using closed vehicles or                                                                         consultants showed tha
                                            protective covers on                                                                            the measures have been
                                            containers to prevent                                                                           adopted.
                                            littering along collection
                                            routes and transportation
                                            routes
                                      (iii) Transfer station will be
                                            designed to meet MOC




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     Impact Factor/    Potential Impacts                                               Implementing                    Supervising
                                                   Mitigation Measures                                                                           Implementation Status
        Stage           and/or Issues                                                    Agency                          Agency
                                                   Technical specification to
                                                   minimize odour and visual
                                                   impacts to nearby
                                                   residents

3.5 Ecology           Plantation impact     CWS, CWWTP, YWR, YWS:               IAs                           CEPB, YEPB                        Ongoing. In compliance.
                                            Ensure no less than 30% space
                                            for landscaping/vegetation
                                            within the sites.
                                            CSW:
                                            After closure, the site will be
                                            covered with vegetation

                      CSW: Cover layer      (i)    Using the on-site            IAs                           CEPB                              Measures have been
                      material                     excavated material as                                                                        adopted.
                                                   much as possible
                                            (ii)   Utilizing materials whose
                                                   procurement does not
                                                   harm environment

                      CSW: site closure     After closure, the site will be     IAs                           CEPB                              Not yet due
                                            covered with vegetation
                      CSW: small            (i) Placing a buffer zone           IAs                           CEPB                              Measures have been
                      farmland nearby       (ii) Carrying out proper                                                                            adopted.
                                                  monitoring regarding
                                                  odour and soil etc.

3.6 Health Risks      CSW : Large           (i)   Increasing of frequency of    IAs                           CEPB                              Measures have been
                      number of birds act         waste cover up;                                                                               adopted.
                      as disease vectors;   (ii) Providing proper
                      Health risk to              protection devices,
                      workers;                    education and training
                      Health threat               program, and health
                      through its                 checks to the workers
                      accessibility to      (iii) Placing a fence around



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     Impact Factor/          Potential Impacts                                               Implementing                     Supervising
                                                         Mitigation Measures                                                                            Implementation Status
        Stage                  and/or Issues                                                   Agency                           Agency
                            animal and                   premises, and having
                            scavengers                   security at the site

3.7 Environmental Risks     CWS, CWWTP,            (i)   Install alarm device and    IAs                             CEPB, YEPB and Local              Measures have been / are
                            YWS, YWR:                    adsorption facility;                                        health authorities                being adopted.
                            chlorine gas           (ii) Control storage volume;
                            disinfection leak      (iii) Provide buffering zone;
                            accident               (iv) Equip personal protection
                                                         gear;
                                                   (v) Develop emergency
                                                         response plans

                            CWS, CWWTP,            (i)   Provide adequate            IAs and Local Public utility    Local government, CEPB,           Measures have been / are
                            YWS, YHS, YSHN,              supervision and             bureaus/companies               YEPB                              being adopted.
                            YWR: leaking or              management;
                            bursting of pipes      (ii) Enhance operation
                                                         monitoring;
                                                   (iii) Provide emergence
                                                         response plans
                            Facility incident      (i) Regularly maintain            IAs                             CEPB, YEPB                        Measures have been / are
                                                         environment facilities;                                                                       being adopted.
                                                   (ii) Prepare emergency
                                                         response plans

                                 Insufficient          Conduct training for             IAs                         CEPB, YEPB                      On-going.
                                 environmental         environmental management and
                                 management            develop facility and staff setup
                                 capacity
CEPB = Changchun Municipal Environmental Protection Bureau, CPMO = Changchun Project Management Office, CSW = Changchun Solid Waste Project, CWS = Changchun No 5
Water Supply Project, CWWTP = Changchun Jingyue Waste Water Treatment Plant, DI = design institute, IA = implementing agency, JPLG = Jilin Project Leading Group, JPMO =
Jilin Project Management Office, RP = resettlement plan, YEBP = Yanji Municipal Environmental Protection Bureau, YHS = Yanji Heating Supply Network Upgrading Project, YPMO =
Yanji Project Management Office, YSHN = Yanji Second Heating Network, YWR = Yanji Water Reuse Plant, YWS = Yanji Water Supply Project.
a Indicative cost and will be finalized at late stage.

Sources: ADB.




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                                                            Table 11: Public Consultation Program
         Organizer                   Approach                     Times                        Subjects                           Participants                         Status
1. Project preparation
IAs, the PMOs, EIA and FS   Public consultation            At least once           Project priority, effects,           Residents within construction      Fulfilled
Preparation agencies        Expert workshop                At least once           attitudes to the                     area
                                                                                   Project/subprojects, and             Specialists from various
                                                                                   suggestions                          sectors

PPTA team                   Questionnaires                 At least once           Comments and                         Representatives of residents       Fulfilled
                            Site visits, and public        At least once           recommendations of the public        and social sectors
                            consultations
2. Construction
IAs, the PMOs               Public consultation and site   At least once a year    Adjusting mitigation                 Residents within construction      EMU and PMO officers
                            visits                                                 measures if necessary,               area                               have conducted regular
                                                                                   construction impacts,                                                   visits to the construction
                                                                                   comments and suggestions                                                sites to consult with local
                                                                                                                                                           residents. No complaints
                                                                                                                                                           about environmental effects
                                                                                                                                                           have been received.

                            Expert workshop or press       At least once           Comments and Suggestions on          Experts from various sectors,      The PMO has consulted
                            conference                                             mitigation measures, public          media                              with local environmental
                                                                                   opinions                                                                institutes; no complaints
                                                                                                                                                           received.
                            Public workshop                At least once a year    Adjusting mitigation measures if     Representatives of residents       Undertaken in connection
                                                                                   necessary,                           and social sectors                 with the site visits by the
                                                                                   construction impacts, comments                                          PMOs and EMUs. No
                                                                                   and suggestions                                                         complaints received.

                            Survey on resettlement         As required by          Comments and suggestions             People affected by                 No complaints received.
                                                           relevant resettlement                                        resettlement and relocation
                                                           plan

3. Test operation           Questionnaires                 At least once during    Comments and suggestions on          Representatives of residents       Planned for next quarter.
IAs and contracted          Site visits                    the test operation      operational impacts, public          and social sectors
environmental consulting                                                           opinions
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         Organizer            Approach                     Times                     Subjects                           Participants                       Status
4. Operation
IAs, the PMOs        Public consultation and site   At least once         Effects of mitigation measures,     Residents adjacent to project      Planned for YWS project.
                     visits                                               impacts of operation, comments      sites                              Others not yet due
                                                                          and suggestions
                     Public workshop                As needed based on    Effects of mitigation measures,     Representatives of residents       Planned for YWS project.
                                                    public consultation   impacts of operation, comments      and social sectors                 Others not yet due
                                                                          and suggestions
                     Expert workshop or press       As needed based on    Comments and suggestions on         Experts from various sectors,      Planned for YWS project.
                     conference                     public consultation   operational impacts, public         media                              Others not yet due
                                                    and workshop          opinions
                     Public                         At least once         Comments and suggestions            Project beneficiaries              Planned for YWS project.
                     satisfaction                                                                                                                Others not yet due
                     survey




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                                       Table 12: Summary of Fulfillment of Environmental Responsibilities
    Phase                      Responsible Agencies                                 Environmental Responsibility                                Status of Fulfilment
Preparation      Environmental Institutes                                 Preparation of EIAs                                    Fulfilled

                 The PMOs, JEPB, SEPA, CEPB and YEPB                      Review and approval of the individual EIA including    Fulfilled
                                                                          the EMP
                 JPMO, CPMO, YPMO, ADB                                    Review and approval of the SEIA including the          Fulfilled
                                                                          EMP
Design           DIs                                                      Updating the EMP in cooperation with                   Fulfilled
                                                                          environmental institutes, and incorporate mitigation
                                                                          measures in engineering detail designs and
                                                                          contracts

                 The PMOs, IAs,                                           Review and approval of environmental measures          Fulfilled

Tendering        The PMOs, Contractors,     IAs                           Incorporate EMP clauses in the bids                    Fulfilled

Construction     The PMOs, IAs, CEBP, YEPB,                               Advise on implementation of mitigation measures        Fulfilled

                 Contractors                                              Implementation of mitigation measures                  Fulfilled

                 EMCs to be contracted by IAs, IAs                        Internal Inspection and Monitoring                     Fulfilled

                 CEMC, YEMC                                               External monitoring and inspection of implementing     Fulfilled
                                                                          mitigation measures.

Test Operation   IA and contracted monitoring institutes                  Preparation of environmental acceptance                Planned for YWS project. Others not yet due
                                                                          monitoring and audit report of the project
                                                                          completion and operation

                 CEPB, YEPB                                               Environmental acceptance approval of the project       Not yet due
                                                                          operation

Operation        Environmental monitoring institutes contracted by IAs,   Internal environmental monitoring and inspection       Proposed for YWS. Others not yet due
                 IAs
                 CEMC, YEMC on the behalf of CEPB, YEPB                   Periodically and randomly environmental                Not yet due




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                                                                         monitoring and inspection of environmental
                                                                         compliances

CEPB = Changchun Municipal Environmental Protection Bureau, CMEC = Changchun Municipal Environmental Monitoring Center, CPMO = Changchun Municipal Project
Management Office, DI = Design Institute, EMC = environmental management consultant, IA = implementing agency, JPMO = Jilin Provincial Project Management Office, PMOs =
project management offices referring to Jilin provincial, Changchun and Yanji PMO, SEPA = State Environmental Protection Administration, YEPB = Yanji Municipal Environmental
Protection Bureau, YEMC = Yanji Municipal Environmental Monitoring Center, YPMO = Yanji Municipal Project Management Office.
Sources: PPTA consultants based on the individual environmental impact assessment reports (IAs, 2006) and the EIA report for the ADB loan project as a whole.




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5.         Environmental Monitoring

5.1        Introduction

62.        Environmental monitoring here involves two levels of environmental
monitoring: (i) regular internal environmental monitoring carried out by the
contractors and supervised by the construction supervision engineers at sites at all
time; and (ii) periodical external environmental monitoring by the municipal
environmental monitoring stations which take samples and conduct analysis
according to the stipulated procedures and guidelines.

63.         Internal monitoring is primarily qualitative, based on visual observations,
as a tool to supplement external monitoring. On the other hand, external monitoring
is quantitative and serves as a legal obligation to demonstrate regulatory compliance.

5.2        Water Quality Monitoring
64.        Water quality monitoring was conducted in April-June 2011, respectively.
The monitoring results are provided in Table 13 (Changchun Dongnan WWTP and
Sewerage Networks), Table 14 ~ Table 16 (Changchun Domestic SWM), and Table
17 (Yanji WTP and Network Upgrade and Expansion).

65.         The surface water monitoring results have shown that TN exceeds the
standards at all monitored locations, but it is not serious. It is caused by a number of
factors: a) no sewage and waste disposal facilities at the upstream area and large
amount of organic pollutants being directly discharged into water; b) reduced river
water flow leading to aggravated organic pollution and TN exceeding the water
quality standards; and c) project-related construction activities. The contribution from
Project-related construction activities is minimal. However, the project impacts will be
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                              Table 13: Domestic Sewage Monitoring Results (Changchun Dongnan WWTP)
                                                     (Unit: mg/l; dimensionless pH)
                        Monitoring Site                               Date          pH SS COD   BOD5                   NH3-N         Oil and Grease
General Sewage Discharge Outlet of Canteen                        14 July 2011    7.73 73 137.4 48.3                    1.96               8.9
                                                                                  7.43 82 141.7 50.4                    2.01               9.0
                                                                  15 July 2011    7.24 91 139.3 42.9                    1.83               8.7
                                                                                  7.61 79 141.8 47.4                    2.19               9.2


                       Table 14: Surface Water Monitoring Results of 5 June 2011 (Changchun Domestic SWM)
                                                    (Unit: mg/l; dimensionless pH)
               Results                  pH        COD          BOD-5         SS     Petroleum   TP       NH3-N                                TN
                              Left     7.16        12             3          19        0.01    0.01       0.18                              0.78
      Office Building       Middle     7.13        11             3          15        0.01    0.02       0.21                              0.889
                             Right     7.20        11             2          22        0.01    0.02       0.13                              0.73
                              Left     7.21         7             3          20        0.01    0.02       0.22                              0.88
     Regulating Tank        Middle     7.06         6             2          16        0.01    0.032      0..30                              0.68
                             Right     7.13         6             2          18        0.01    0.02       0.24                              0.84


                       Table 15: Surface Water Monitoring Results of 6 June 2011 (Changchun Domestic SWM)
                                                    (Unit: mg/l; dimensionless pH)
               Results                  pH        COD          BOD-5         SS     Petroleum   TP       NH3-N                                TN
                             Left      7.18        12             2          14        0.02    0.01       0.24                               0.87
     Office Building       Middle      7.18        13             2          16        0.02    0.03       0.31                               0.76
                            Right      7.16        12             2          21        0.02    0.03       0.25                               0.56
                             Left      7.14         6             2          19        0.02    0.02       0.31                               0.78
    Regulating Tank        Middle      7.22         8             2          17        0.03    0.02       0.36                               0.79
                            Right      7.21         7             2          19        0.03    0.03       0.30                               0.97




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                          Table 16: Surface Water Monitoring Results of 7 June 2011 (Changchun Domestic SWM)
                                                       (Unit: mg/l; dimensionless pH)
                  Results                  pH        COD          BOD-5         SS     Petroleum   TP        NH3-N                                             TN
                                 Left     7.13        10             2          16       0.02L    0.05        0.25                                            0.99
          Office Building       Middle    7.21        13             2          19       0.02L    0.06        0.27                                            0.98
                                Right     7.20        11             2          17       0.02L    0.07        0.27                                            0.95
                                 Left     7.15         6             3          20       0.02L    0.05        0.31                                            0.87
         Regulating Tank        Middle    7.20         6             2          18       0.02L    0.03        0.28                                            0.94
                                Right     7.15         6             2          22       0.02L    0.04        0.30                                            0.86

                              Table 17: Surface Water Monitoring Results of 15 June 2011 of Yanhe Reservoir
                                                       (Unit: mg/l; dimensionless pH)
                                                       Dissolved
  Monitoring Site     pH        NO-N        Chloride    Oxygen     CODMn    COD       BOD             TP          NH3-N        Cyanide       Zinc      Fluoride      Fe
Upstream            7.46        0.05         7.16       5.30       4.40    13.15      1.12            N/A         0.185          ND           ND       0.212      0.115
Midstream           7.26       0.048         7.10       5.10       4.79    13.37      1.09            N/A         0.178          ND           ND       0.243      0.123
Downstream          6.98       0.042         7.13       5.80       4.44    14.04      0.94            N/A         0.209          ND           ND       0.256      0.228
Upstream            7.53       0.047         7.13       5.20       5.13    14.46      1.08            N/A         0.160          ND           ND       0.209      0.155
Midstream           7.34       0.054         7.16       4.60       5.15    14.26      0.99            N/A         0.178          ND           ND       0.213      0.182
Downstream          6.93       0.055         8.15       4.50       4.78    12.62      0.98            N/A         0.2.12         ND           ND       0.221      0.307
Upstream            7.43       0.032         8.14       4.31       4.38    12.89      1.12            N/A         0.167          ND           ND       0.221      0.154
Midstream           6.94       0.039         7.13       5.40       5.06    13.35      1.09            N/A         0.187          ND           ND       0.207      0.284
Downstream          6.93       0.035         8.15       4.40       4.76    13.45      1.08            N/A         0.146          ND           ND       0.223      0.225
                              Hexavalent                                             Volatile                                   Fecal
  Monitoring Site   Mercury   chromium     Manganese      Cr        Pb          Cu   Phenol        Petroleum        As        Coliforms       TN       Sulfides
Upstream              ND         ND           ND          ND        ND          ND     ND            0.02           ND          <20           N/A        ND
Midstream             ND         ND           ND          ND        ND          ND     ND            0.02           ND          <20           N/A        ND
Downstream            ND         ND           ND          ND       0.001        ND     ND            0.03           ND          <20           N/A        ND
Upstream              ND         ND           ND          ND        ND          ND     ND            0.02           ND          <20           N/A        ND
Midstream             ND         ND           ND          ND        ND          ND     ND            0.02           ND          <20           N/A        ND
Downstream            ND         ND           ND          ND        ND          ND     ND            0.02           ND          <20           N/A        ND
Upstream              ND         ND           ND          ND       0.001        ND     ND            0.04           ND          <20           N/A        ND
Midstream             ND         ND           ND          ND        ND          ND     ND            0.03           ND          <20           N/A        ND
Downstream            ND         ND           ND          ND       0.001        ND     ND            0.03           ND          <20           N/A        ND




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5.3        Air Quality Monitoring

66.        Air quality monitoring was carried out in the project area, including 4
monitoring sites of Dongnan WWTP; 3 monitoring sites of residential area and 3
monitoring sites of institutions, i.e. schools or hospitals. The monitoring results are
presented in Table 18 ~Table 21 (Changchun Dongnan WWTP and Sewerage
Networks), Table 22 (Changchun Domestic SWM), Table 23-Table 24 (Yanji WTP
and Network Upgrade and Expansion) and Table 25 (Yanji Thermal Power Plant).

          Table 18: Air Quality Monitoring Results for Dongnan WWTP
                                                                                       mg/m3
         Monitoring Sites
                                              Date           Time        SO2        NO2     TSP         PM 10
                                                             10 am      0.003      0.007   0.049        0.025
                                          26 April 2011
                                                             02 pm      0.004      0.006   0.053        0.021
Dongnan WWTP Upwind                                          10 am      0.005      0.006   0.051        0.020
                                          27 April 2011
                                                             02 pm      0.003      0.003   0.047        0.018

                                                             10 am      0.006      0.008     0.065      0.032
                                          26 April 2011
                                                             02 pm      0.008      0.009     0.061      0.047
Dongnan WWTP Downwind No. 1
                                                             10 am      0.006      0.012     0.058      0.036
                                          27 April 2011
                                                             02 pm      0.008      0.010     0.061      0.039


          Table 19: Air Quality Monitoring Results for Dongnan WWTP
                                                                              Concentration (mg/m3)
         Monitoring Sites                     Date           Time        SO2      NO2      TSP      PM 10
                                                             11 am      0.007    0.010    0.057     0.033
                                          26 April 2011
                                                             03 pm      0.009    0.011    0.068     0.042
Dongnan WWTP Downwind No. 2
                                                             11 am      0.008      0.009     0.054      0.045
                                          27 April 2011
                                                             03 pm      0.006      0.009     0.059      0.039

                                                             11 am      0.003      0.008     0.062      0.040
                                          26 April 2011
                                                             03 pm      0.005      0.008     0.061      0.037
Dongnan WWTP Downwind No. 3
                                                             11 am      0.007      0.010     0.060      0.043
                                          27 April 2011
                                                             03 pm      0.005      0.009     0.058      0.041


          Table 20: Air Quality Monitoring Results for Dongnan WWTP
                                                                                       mg/m3
         Monitoring Sites                     Date          Time         SO2       NO2      TSP         PM 10
                                                            10am        0.004     0.006    0.059        0.031
                                          14 July 2011
                                                            2.pm        0.005     0.007    0.044-      0.027
Dongnan WWTP Upwind                                         10 am       0.006     0.008    0.053        0.029
                                          15 July 2011
                                                            2 pm        0.003     0.006    0.056        0.030

Dongnan WWTP Downwind No. 1                                10 am        0.005     0.009      0.063      0.035
                                          14.July 2011
                                                            2 pm        0.006     0.011      0.062      0.039

                                          15 July 2011      10 am       0.004     0.015      0.050      0.046




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                                                                                            mg/m3
            Monitoring Sites                      Date           Time        SO2        NO2     TSP         PM 10
                                                                 2 pm       0.009      0.008    0.064       0.047

            Table 21: Air Quality Monitoring Results for Dongnan WWTP
                                                                                     Concentration (mg/m3)
            Monitoring Sites                      Date           Time           SO2      NO2      TSP      PM 10
                                                                 11 am         0.006    0.009    0.061     0.040
                                              14 July 2011
                                                                  3 pm         0.008    0.012    0.057     0.038
Dongnan WWTP Downwind No. 2
                                                                 11 am         0.006    0.010    0.052      0.047
                                              15 July 2011
                                                                 3 pm          0.009    0.013    0.063      0.040

                                                                 11 am         0.008    0.011    0.061      0.044
                                              14 July 2011
                                                                 03 pm         0.007    0.009    0.057      0.039
Dongnan WWTP Downwind No. 3
                                                                 11 am         0.009    0.012    0.064      0.046
                                              15 July 2011
                                                                 03 pm         0.006    0.011    0.062      0.037


            Table 22: Air Quality Monitoring Results for Changchun SWM
                                                                    Daily Average Concentration (mg/m3)
                 Site                            Date
                                                                        TSP                    PM 10
                                             5 June 2011               0.255                   0.156
(A) Shangmo Residential Area                 6 June 2011               0.223                   0.171
                                             7 June 2011               0.191                   0.127
                                             5 June 2011               0.219                   0.162
(B) Zhongmo Residential Area                 6.June 2011               0.235                   0.141
                                             7 June 2011               0.246                   0.166
                                             5 June 2011               0.236                   0.136
(C) Xiamo Residential Area                   6 June 2011               0.231                   0.151
                                             7 June 2011               0.242                   0.131
                                                                    Daily Average Concentration (mg/m3)
Site                                             Date
                                                                        TSP                    PM 10
                                             5 April 2011              0.256                   0.157
(A) Shangmo Residential Area                 6 April 2011              0.223                   0.172
                                             7 April 2011              0.192                   0.127
                                             5 April 2011              0.219                   0.162
(B) Zhongmo Residential Area                 6.April 2011              0.233                   0.142
                                             7 April 2011              0.246                   0.166
                                             5 April 2011              0.238                   0.136
(C) Xiamo Residential Area                   6 April 2011              0.231                   0.151
                                             7 April 2011              0.242                   0.132


                Table 23: Air Quality Monitoring Results for Yanji WTP
                                                    Concentration (mg/m3)
       Monitoring Sites             Date
                                                         SO2             NO2             TSP             PM 10
                                  9 June 2011           0.005           0.023            0.233           0.122
                                 10 June 2011           0.005           0.021            0.224           0.119
International Technical School   11 June 2011           0.003           0.018            0.247           0.123
                                 12 June 2011           0.003           0.024            0.281           0.126
                                 13 June 2011           0.004           0.022            0.219           0.131




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                                      9 June 2011         0.003            0.023              0.243              0.003
                                     10 June 2011         0.004            0.022              0.219              0.004
Yanbianningyang Hospital             11 June 2011         0.004            0.019              0.233              0.004
                                     12 June 2011         0.004            0.025              0.239              0.004
                                     13 June 2011         0.003            0.020              0.206              0.003

                                      9 June 2011      9 June 2011      9 June 2011         9 June 2011        9 June 2011
                                     10 June 2011     10 June 2011     10 June 2011        10 June 2011       10 June 2011
Xing’an Primary School               11 June 2011     11 June 2011     11 June 2011        11 June 2011       11 June 2011
                                     12 June 2011     12 June 2011     12 June 2011        12 June 2011       12 June 2011
                                     13 June 2011     13 June 2011     13 June 2011        13 June 2011       13 June 2011



                   Table 24: Air Quality Monitoring Results for Yanji WTP
                                                                                   Concentration (mg/m3)
            Monitoring Sites                            Date
                                                                           SO2        NO2        TSP                  PM 10
1# Xiaoying Village 1 Team 1                         April 15 2011        0.005        0.024          0.185           0.086
                                                     April 25 2011        0.003        0.027          0.183           0.087
2# Xiaoying Village Team 2                           April 15 2011        0.007        0.023          0.175           0.085
                                                     April 25 2011        0.005        0.024          0.175           0.085

1# Xiaoying Village 1 Team 1                         15 June 2011         0.004        0.024          0.183           0.085
                                                     25 June 2011         0.005        0.028          0.187           0.088
2# Xiaoying Village Team 2                           15 June 2011         0.006        0.023          0.176           0.085
                                                     25 June 2011         0.004        0.025          0.174           0.083



     Table 25: Air Quality Monitoring Results for Yanji Thermal Power Plant
  Monitoring Sites                 Date                    SO2                      NO2                       PM10
                               21 March 2011              0.028                    0.030                      0.105
                               22 March 2011              0.035                    0.035                      0.088
  1# Xinyuan No.1              23 March 2011              0.030                    0.037                      0.099
                               24 March 2011              0.027                    0.023                      0.092
                               25 March 2011              0.036                    0.035                      0.107
                               21 March 2011              0.026                    0.025                      0.095
                               22 March 2011              0.038                    0.038                      0.083
   2# Yanchang
                               23 March 2011              0.033                    0.032                      0.116
  Residential Area
                               24 March 2011              0.040                     0.03                      0.086
                               25 March 2011              0.037                    0.035                      0.125
                               21 March 2011              0.032                    0.032                      0.090
    3# Yanchang                22 March 2011              0.031                    0.031                      0.081
     Residential               23 March 2011              0.029                    0.023                      0.115
     Community                 24 March 2011              0.021                    0.035                      0.086
                               25 March 2011              0.033                    0.037                      0.118
                               21 March 2011              0.029                    0.026                      0.117
                               22 March 2011              0.040                    0.035                      0.108
4# Dongbeiya Hotels            23 March 2011              0.042                    0.042                      0.106
                               24 March 2011              0.035                    0.041                      0.106
                               25 March 2011              0.052                    0.056                      0.109
                               21 March 2011              0.027                    0.034                      0.087
                               22 March 2011              0.034                    0.042                      0.090
   5# 2nd People’s
                               23 March 2011              0.044                    0.027                      0.095
      Hospital
                               24 March 2011              0.027                    0.034                      0.097
                               25 March 2011              0.048                    0.051                      0.096
6# State Construction          21 March 2011              0.047                    0.031                      0.072
       Bureau                  22 March 2011              0.031                    0.033                      0.079
                               23 March 2011              0.047                    0.029                      0.085
                               24 March 2011              0.042                    0.025                      0.084




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                        25 March 2011              0.031                   0.043                   0.096
                        21 March 2011              0.041                   0.032                   0.117
    7# Wanshida         22 March 2011              0.047                   0.032                   0.108
     Residential        23 March 2011              0.031                   0.041                   0.107
     Community          24 March 2011              0.037                   0.043                   0.106
                        25 March 2011              0.042                   0.045                   0.109



      Table 25: Air Quality Monitoring Results for Yanji Thermal Power Plant
                                    (continued)
 Monitoring Sites           Date                    SO2                     NO2                    PM10
                        13 March 2011              0.011                   0.022                   0.075
                        14 March 2011              0.009                   0.030                   0.084
  1# Xinyuan No.1       15 March 2011              0.009                   0.027                   0.078
                        16 March 2011              0.012                   0.023                   0.072
                        17 March 2011              0.017                   0.026                   0.077
                        13 March 2011              0.009                   0.025                   0.085
                        14 March 2011              0.014                   0.022                   0.072
   2# Yanchang
                        15 March 2011              0.018                   0.022                   0.076
  Residential Area
                        16 March 2011              0.008                   0.025                   0.080
                        17 March 2011              0.013                   0.022                   0.075
                        13 March 2011              0.015                   0.024                   0.070
    3# Yanchang         14 March 2011              0.015                   0.021                   0.063
     Residential        15 March 2011              0.009                   0.025                   0.065
     Community          16 March 2011              0.013                   0.025                   0.074
                        17 March 2011              0.014                   0.022                   0.068
                        13 March 2011              0.010                   0.026                   0.076
                        14 March 2011              0.009                   0.019                   0.068
4# Dongbeiya Hotels     15 March 2011              0.014                   0.024                   0.076
                        16 March 2011              0.008                   0.025                   0.058
                        17 March 2011              0.020                   0.021                   0.059
                        13 March 2011              0.009                   0.025                   0.071
                        14 March 2011              0.017                   0.026                   0.070
   5# 2nd People’s
                        15 March 2011              0.016                   0.027                   0.068
      Hospital
                        16 March 2011              0.014                   0.024                   0.074
                        17 March 2011              0.014                   0.026                   0.056
                        13 March 2011              0.013                   0.024                   0.064
                        14 March 2011              0.008                   0.024                   0.079
6# State Construction
                        15 March 2011              0.013                   0.029                   0.065
       Bureau
                        16 March 2011              0.011                   0.027                   0.072
                        17 March 2011              0.015                   0.026                   0.066
                        13 March 2011              0.019                   0.023                   0.077
    7# Wanshida         14 March 2011              0.013                   0.025                   0.070
     Residential        15 March 2011              0.011                   0.023                   0.076
     Community          16 March 2011              0.020                   0.025                   0.074
                        17 March 2011              0.009                   0.023                   0.069



      Table 25: Air Quality Monitoring Results for Yanji Thermal Power Plant
                                    (continued)
 Monitoring Sites           Date                    SO2                     NO2                    PM10
                        21 March 2011              0.032                   0.032                   0.090
                        22 March 2011              0.031                   0.031                   0.081
    8# Yuanhang
                        23 March 2011              0.029                   0.023                   0.115
     Community
                        24 March 2011              0.021                   0.035                   0.086
                        25 March 2011              0.033                   0.037                   0.118
                        21 March 2011              0.029                   0.026                   0.117
                        22 March 2011              0.040                   0.035                   0.108
   9# Hongchuan
                        23 March 2011              0.042                   0.042                   0.106
      Mansion
                        24 March 2011              0.035                   0.041                   0.106
                        25 March 2011              0.052                   0.056                   0.109




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                       21 March 2011              0.028                   0.030                   0.105
                       22 March 2011              0.035                   0.035                   0.088
10# State Government   23 March 2011              0.030                   0.037                   0.099
                       24 March 2011              0.027                   0.023                   0.092
                       25 March 2011              0.036                   0.035                   0.107
                       21 March 2011              0.026                   0.025                   0.095
                       22 March 2011              0.038                   0.038                   0.083
 11# Jinshanjiayuan
                       23 March 2011              0.033                   0.032                   0.116
    Community
                       24 March 2011              0.040                    0.03                   0.086
                       25 March 2011              0.028                   0.030                   0.105
                       21 March 2011              0.027                   0.051                   0.081
                       22 March 2011              0.034                   0.031                   0.070
 12# Municipal Grain
                       23 March 2011              0.044                    0.03                   0.095
       Depot
                       24 March 2011              0.025                   0.029                   0.094
                       25 March 2011              0.048                   0.025                   0.096
                       21 March 2011              0.047                   0.031                   0.082
                       22 March 2011              0.031                    0.03                   0.079
  13# Zhongzheng
                       23 March 2011              0.040                   0.029                   0.085
      Property
                       24 March 2011              0.042                   0.025                   0.084
                       25 March 2011              0.036                   0.043                   0.096
                       21 March 2011              0.047                   0.031                   0.072
                       22 March 2011              0.031                   0.033                   0.079
14# No.6 Geological
                       23 March 2011              0.047                   0.029                   0.085
      Office
                       24 March 2011              0.042                   0.025                   0.084
                       25 March 2011              0.031                   0.043                   0.096
                       21 March 2011              0.041                   0.032                   0.117
                       22 March 2011              0.047                   0.032                   0.108
 15# Yanji City No.6
                       23 March 2011              0.031                   0.041                   0.107
   Middle School
                       24 March 2011              0.037                   0.043                   0.106
                       25 March 2011              0.042                   0.045                   0.109



      Table 25: Air Quality Monitoring Results for Yanji Thermal Power Plant
                                    (continued)
  Monitoring Sites         Date                    SO2                     NO2                    PM10
                       13 March 2011              0.013                   0.024                   0.064
                       14 March 2011              0.008                   0.024                   0.079
    8# Yuanhang
     Community         15 March 2011              0.013                   0.029                   0.065
                       16 March 2011              0.011                   0.027                   0.072
                       17 March 2011              0.015                   0.026                   0.066
                       13 March 2011              0.019                   0.023                   0.077
                       14 March 2011              0.013                   0.025                   0.070
   9# Hongchuan
                       15 March 2011              0.011                   0.023                   0.076
      Mansion
                       16 March 2011              0.020                   0.025                   0.074
                       17 March 2011              0.009                   0.023                   0.069
                       13 March 2011              0.010                   0.026                   0.076
                       14 March 2011              0.009                   0.019                   0.068
10# State Government   15 March 2011              0.014                   0.024                   0.076
                       16 March 2011              0.008                   0.025                   0.058
                       17 March 2011              0.020                   0.021                   0.059
                       13 March 2011              0.009                   0.025                   0.071
                       14 March 2011              0.017                   0.026                   0.070
 11# Jinshanjiayuan
                       15 March 2011              0.016                   0.027                   0.068
    Community
                       16 March 2011              0.014                   0.024                   0.074
                       17 March 2011              0.014                   0.026                   0.056
                       13 March 2011              0.011                   0.022                   0.075
                       14 March 2011              0.009                   0.030                   0.084
 12# Municipal Grain
                       15 March 2011              0.009                   0.027                   0.078
       Depot
                       16 March 2011              0.012                   0.023                   0.072
                       17 March 2011              0.017                   0.026                   0.077
  13# Zhongzheng       13 March 2011              0.009                   0.025                   0.085
      Property         14 March 2011              0.014                   0.022                   0.072



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                       15 March 2011              0.018                   0.022                   0.076
                       16 March 2011              0.008                   0.025                   0.080
                       17 March 2011              0.013                   0.022                   0.075
                       13 March 2011              0.015                   0.024                   0.070
                       14 March 2011              0.015                   0.021                   0.063
14# No.6 Geological
                       15 March 2011              0.009                   0.025                   0.065
      Office
                       16 March 2011              0.013                   0.025                   0.074
                       17 March 2011              0.014                   0.022                   0.068
                       13 March 2011              0.010                   0.026                   0.076
                       14 March 2011              0.009                   0.019                   0.068
 15# Yanji City No.6
                       15 March 2011              0.014                   0.024                   0.076
   Middle School
                       16 March 2011              0.008                   0.025                   0.058
                       17 March 2011              0.020                   0.021                   0.059



67.          Air quality monitoring results shows that no monitoring parameters
exceed the standards, and the contribution from project-related construction
activities is minimal. However, the project impacts will be temporary and localized;
they will disappear once the construction is completed.

5.4             Noise Monitoring
68.         Noise monitoring was done in April, June, and July, 2011.
Measurements of L10, L50, L90, Leq and σ were taken at daytime and night-time
for 1 ~ 2 days for each of the five monitoring activities.

69.        Noise monitoring results are presented in Table 26 through Table 33.
They have shown that the noise levels in some locations slightly exceed the
standards for night-time only. Since project construction is not undertaken at night,
the excessive noise is cause by regular urban activities, especially traffic.

          Table 26: Noise Monitoring Results for Dongnan WWTP in April
                                                                                  Day-Time,       Night-Time,
          S/N             Monitoring Sites                    Date                  dB(A)            dB(A)
▲1#                    East Boundary 1                       April 26                50.2             51.6
                                                             April 27                51.8             50.9
▲2#                    East Boundary 2                       April 26                50.6             49.8
                                                             April 27                51.4             50.7
▲3#                    South Boundary 1                      April 26                51.7             52.0
                                                             April 27                50.9             51.1
▲4#                    South Boundary 2                      April 26                50.8             51.9
                                                             April 27                51.2             52.6
▲5#                    South Boundary 3                      April 26                50.9             51.3
                                                             April 27                51.0             52.2
▲6#                    West Boundary 1                       April 26                50.5             51.6
                                                             April 27                51.4             52.3
▲7#                    West Boundary 2                       April 26                49.9             50.4
                                                             April 27                50.7             51.2
▲8#                    North Boundary 1                      April 26                51.9             50.1
                                                             April 27                51.5             50.3
▲9#                    North Boundary 2                      April 26                50.4             51.2
                                                             April 27                49.6             50.8
▲10#                   North Boundary 3                      April 26                52.4             51.7
                                                             April 27                51.7             52.1




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           Table 27: Noise Monitoring Results for Dongnan WWTP in July
                                                                                               Day-Time,      Night-Time,
           S/N                Monitoring Sites                        Date                       dB(A)           dB(A)
▲1#                        East Boundary 1                           July 14                      51.8            50.4
                                                                     July 15                      50.9            51.2
▲2#                        East Boundary 2                           July 14                      51.7            50.6
                                                                     July 15                      50.8            51.1
▲3#                        South Boundary 1                          July 14                      51.3            50.5
                                                                     July 15                      49.7            50.3
▲4#                        South Boundary 2                          July 14                      51.4            52.8
                                                                     July 15                      51.0            51.9
▲5#                        South Boundary 3                          July 14                      52.1            51.7
                                                                     July 15                      50.9            51.0
▲6#                        West Boundary 1                           July 14                      50.7            51.4
                                                                     July 15                      52.3            51.5
▲7#                        West Boundary 2                           July 14                      49.6            50.1
                                                                     July 15                      50.1            51.6
▲8#                        North Boundary 1                          July 14                      51.1            51.5
                                                                     July 15                      50.4            51.0
▲9#                        North Boundary 2                          July 14                      51.8            51.2
                                                                     July 15                      49.4            50.3
▲10#                       North Boundary 3                          July 14                      52.9            51.6
                                                                     July 15                      52.0            51.4



           Table 28: Noise Monitoring Results for Changchun SWM in Apirl
                                        Accumulated Decibel Class                Equivalent       Standard
                                                                                 Noise Level      Variation      Noise
                                      L10             L50            L90
                                                                                    (Leq)            (σ)        Source
Approach     5 April Day-time         56.8            53.2           46.2           53.37            2.7       Residential
Road         5 April Night-time       57.0            48.7           43.3           48.92            5.0       Residential
              6 April Day-time        56.3            46.4           42.3           46.63            4.2       Residential
             6 April Night-time       47.6            48.3           42.5           48.38            2.8       Residential

Landfill     5 April Day-time         52.4           43.5            41.9             45.68          3.3       Residential
Area         5 April Night-time       49.1           42.6            44.1             42.68          2.8       Residential
              6 April Day-time        54.4           51.2            46.7             51.32          4.1       Residential
             6 April Night-time       51.0           46.33           41.1             46.33          3.5       Residential

WWTP         5 April Day-time         52.3            47.6           45.6             47.72          3.0       Residential
Station      5 April Night-time       52.6            46.3           43.2             46.45          3.1       Residential
              6 April Day-time        51.3            45.6           42.1             45.75          2.5       Residential
             6 April Night-time       52.1            44.1           44.1             44.23          3.4       Residential


           Table 29: Noise Monitoring Results for Changchun SWM in June
                                                   Accumulated Decibel Class                  Equivalent
                                                                                              Noise Level       Noise
                                             L10              L50              L90
                                                                                                 (Leq)         Source
Approach          5 June Day-time            56.4            53.1              46.2              54.83        Residential
Road             5 June Night-time           50.8            48.67             43.1              49.66        Residential
                  6 June Day-time            56.2            46.4              42.2              49.67        Residential
                 6 June Night-time           47.6            48.3              41.5              48.92        Residential



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Landfill        5 June Day-time         52.2            43.3             41.9            45.06         Residential
Area           5 June Night-time        49.1            42.5             44.4            42.86         Residential
                6 June Day-time         54.3            51.2             46.6            52.19         Residential
               6 June Night-time        51.0            46.33            41.6            47.80         Residential

WWTP            5 June Day-time         52.3               47.6           45.6           48.35         Residential
Station        5 June Night-time        52.5               46.3          43.22           47.74         Residential
                6 June Day-time         51.4               45.6           42.1           47.04         Residential
               6 June Night-time        50.1               44.1           42.1           45.17         Residential



      Table 30: Noise Monitoring Results for Yanji WTP (8 June)
                                               Accumulated Decibel Class            Equivalent            Noise
                                                 L10      L50       L90          Noise Level (Leq)       Source
International              Day-time             53.0     48.8      43.2                56.0             Residential
Technical School           Night-time           45.9     46.7      42.8                45.8             Residential
Yanbianningyang            Day-time             51.1    46. 9      41.9                50.1             Residential
Hospital                   Night-time           45.1     42.8      40.6                45.9             Residential
Xing’an Primer             Day-time             47.3     50.6      46.8                52.0             Residential
School                     Night-time           44.9     46.1      42.0                47.5             Residential



           Table 31: Noise Monitoring Results for Yanji WWTP (15 April)
                                                 Accumulated Decibel Class            Equivalent
                                                                                                          Noise
                                                                                      Noise Level
                                                     L10          L50      L90                            Source
                                                                                         (Leq)
Team One of Xiaoying           Day-time            568.3          52.5    48.9            55.4          Residential
Village                        Night-time           51.2          46.8    44.2            48.3          Residential
Team Two of Xiaoying           Day-time             57.5          49.9    43.7            53.0          Residential
Village                        Night-time           50.3          48.7    42.9            49.6          Residential


           Table 32: Noise Monitoring Results for Yanji WWTP (15 June)
                                                 Accumulated Decibel Class            Equivalent
                                                                                                          Noise
                                                                                      Noise Level
                                                     L10          L50      L90                            Source
                                                                                         (Leq)
Team One of Xiaoying           Day-time            568.2          52.7    48.8            55.3          Residential
Village                        Night-time           51.2          46.8    44.2            48.8          Residential
Team Two of Xiaoying           Day-time             57.7          49.7    43.7            53.0          Residential
Village                        Night-time           50.4          48.7    42.7            49.8          Residential


    Table 33: Noise Monitoring Results for Yanji Thermal Power Plant Heating
                      Networks (13-14 June) (Unit: dB (A))
                    Date                                     June 13                           June 14
                    Site                             Day-time      Night-time          Day-time      Night-time
Xinyuan No.1                                           58.9           43.3               58.4           42.8
Yanchang Residential Area                              57.0           42.5               56.6           41.6
Yanchang Community                                     56.8           43.7               56.5           42.9
Dongbeiya Hotel                                        58.4           42.9               57.8           41.7
The 2nd People’s Hospital                              60.9           45.7               60.5           45.8
Prefectural Construction Bureau                        58.9           43.7               58.4           42.5




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Wanshida Community                                     56.9            43.0             55.8             43.2
Yuanhang Community                                     57.8            42.6             57.2             42.9
Hongchuan Plaza                                        57.9            44.5             57.6             44.1
Prefectural Government                                 58.7            43.2             58.5             43.3
Jinshan Jiayuan Community                              56.9            42.6             56.7             42.4
Yanji Municipal Grain Depot                            59.0            44.8             58.8             44.6
Zhongzheng Property                                    57.6            43.9             57.9             44.1
The 6th Geological Institute                           57.6            42.7             57.3             42.8
The 6th Middle School of Yanji City                    58.9            44.7             58.5             44.5




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6.         Conclusion and Recommendations
70.        During the period of this report, civil works construction is on-going for
all six engineering subcomponents except Yanji Thermal Power Plant Heating
Networks. In the construction phase, the contractors of all the contract sections
have on the whole fulfilled their promise to protect the environment. Adequate
attention has been paid to the implementation of mitigation measures and
environmental monitoring. Through the implementation of the mitigation measures,
the environmental impacts have been prevented or reduced to the minimum level
possible.

71.        Environmental provisions have been incorporated into the civil works
contracts. Field inspections by the independent construction supervision agencies,
respective project city PMO environmental officers, IAs’ environmental officers and
loan implementation environmental consultants have confirmed that the civil works
contractors have complied with the environmental requirements.

72.        Each of the municipal PMOs has assigned one officer. Each of the IAs
has assigned one manager and one officer in charge of environmental
management. They also serve as grievance focal points. Project and contact
information has been posted in the bulletin boards at all construction sites. Public
complaints can also be lodged in municipal EPBs’ 24-hour telephone hotlines and
webpages. To date, there have been no significant public complaints about the
environmental impacts of the project.

73.         Environmental monitoring has been conducted on a quarterly basis in
accordance with the environmental monitoring program contained in the SEIA. The
environmental monitoring covers air, water and noise. The dust (TSP and PM10) in
Each Project area exceeds the applicable limits by a slight margin. Project-related
construction activities are a contributing factor. However, the impact will be
temporary and localized and will disappear once the construction is completed.
Night-time noise levels in the Project sites also exceed the standards in a few
instances but they were not related to project construction which does not take
place at night.




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                                                        Appendix 1: Updated PPMS for Changchun City

 No.                     Item                    Baseline in 2006         2007                   2008                    2009                  2010                Proposed Target
1      Impact
1.1    Water Quality of Receiving Water Bodies in Changchun City
       Water quality class of     Yitong                 V                  V                      V                       V                                          Class III of
       receiving rivers           Yongchun               V                  V                      V                       V                                         GB 3838-2002
1.2    Economic Development
       GDP (CNY100 M)                                  1,934              2,089                  2,588                   2,849                 3,370
1.3    Health Status of Urban Residents in Service Areas
                                     Diarrhoea
                                                1.83/ 1,000 persons
                                      Hepatitis
1.4    Public satisfaction with water                   80%               78%                    79%                     80%                   80%
       pollution control (%)
1.5    Public environmental protection                  75%               72%                    75%                     73%                   73%
       awareness
2      Outcome, Outputs and Activities
2.1    Water Supply
       WTPs (No.)                                        4                  4                     4                       4                     4
       Water supply design capacity (t/d)           1.03 million      1.03 million           1.03 million            1.03 million          1.03 million         With project: 1.33 million
       Water supply actual (t/d)                    0.86 million      0.86 million           0.86 million            0.86 million          0.86 million         With project: 1.16million
       Service coverage rate (area / %)               N64.7%             69.4%                  72.1%                   74.1%                 75.2%
       Pumping stations newly constructed         Not operational    Not operational        Not operational         Not operational       Not operational
       for the project & capacity
       WTP newly constructed (t/d)                Not operational    Not operational        Not operational         Not operational       Not operational             300,000 t/d
       New water transmission pipeline from
                                                         --                 --                     --                     1.6                                             25.5
       the project (km)
       New distribution main from the project
                                                         --                 --                     --                   19.153                                            58.15
       (km)
       Length of the main pipelines (km)               1,318                                                                                                         DN1400-1600
2.2    Wastewater Collection and Treatment and Water Intake and Effluent
       Wastewater collection & treatment

       WWTP (No.)                                     3                                                                     4
       Volume and rate of sewage treatment         565,000         102.1 million; 80.1%   115.2 million; 90.8%    107.4 million; 96.6%
       and rate (t/d and %)                                            (whole city)           (whole city)            (whole city)
       Volume and rate of sewage collection         50%                                                                                                       70% for 2010; 90% for 2020
       (t/d and %)



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No.                  Item                     Baseline in 2006        2007                2008                      2009                 2010                Proposed Target
                                                                                   1,730 km (sewerage
      Area and % of sewer coverage (km2                                               528 km; storm
                                                                                                                                                         By 2020, total of 2,032 km
      and %)                                                                         sewers 801 km;
                                                                                    combined 401 km)
      Households without connecting to
      municipal sewer system (No.)
      Newly built WWTP capacity (t/d)          Not operational   Not operational     Not operational           Not operational      Not operational             100,000 t/d
      New sewerage collection pipeline (km)                                                                          0                    34                      54.36
      New storm-water pipeline (km)                                                                                  0                                             34.2
      New wastewater interceptor (km)                                                                                0                                             23.5
      Length of the main pipelines (km)
      Water Intake of Service Areas
      COD (mg/L)                                                                                                                                                    360
      BOD (mg/L)                                                                                                                                                    180
      SS (mg/L)                                                                                                                                                     240
      NH3-N (mg/L)                                                                                                                                                  30
      TKH (mg/L)                                                                                                                                                    40
      TN (mg/L)                                                                                                                                                      6
      TP (mg/L)
      Industrial discharges meeting sewer
      discharge standards (%)
      WWTP effluent quality                                                                                                                                  National standard
      in service area
      COD (mg/L)                                                                                                                                                    50
      BOD (mg/L)                                                                                                                                                    10
      SS (mg/L)                                                                                                                                                     10
      NH3-N (mg/L)                                                                                                                                                   5
      TN (mg/L)                                                                                                                                                     15
      TP (mg/L)                                                                                                                                                     0.5
      Total coliform (MPN/L)
      Treatment level achieved
2.3   Solid Waste Collection and Treatment
      Quantity and rate of solid waste          100 (100%)        105 (100%)          114 (100%)               108.8 (100%)          108.8 (100%)
      collection (t/a & %)
      Newly purchased transportation                 --                --                  --                        --                    0                        63
      vehicles (No.)
      Volume and rate of solid waste            100 (85.0%)       105 (86.6%)         114 (87.0%)              108.8 (86.9%)         108.8 (86.9%)                 95%
      treatment (t/a and %)
      Solid waste treatment capacity of the    Not operational   Not operational     Not operational           Not operational     Commissioned on               2,600 t/d




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 No.                      Item                        Baseline in 2006                       2007                            2008                              2009                         2010                Proposed Target
        Project (t/d)                                                                                                                                                                  19 October 2010
3       Institutional Capacity Building
3.1     Organization & staffing plan of MSC
        Changchun Water Supply Ltd.                                                                                                                                35                           35                    65
        Changchun Jingyuetan Tourism                               20                            20                              20                                20                           20                    30
        Development Co.
        Changchun Municipal Liya                                                                                                                                   35                           35                    35
        Environmental Sanitation and
        Infrastructure Construction Co.
3.2     Development of the MSC                                                         Reform ongoing                      Achieved                          Achieved                        Achieved
        (managerial, operational and
        financial self-sustainable)
3.3     MSC reform (independent in                                                     Reform ongoing                      Achieved                          Achieved                        Achieved
        management and finance)
3.4     Staff received required training                                                                                 Accomplished                      Accomplished                    Accomplished
4       Finance
        Unit cost of WTP operation                                                                                                                                                                               Design value
                                     Electricity
                                  Management
                                        Labour
                                  Depreciation
                                  Sale of water
        Unit cost of WWTP operation
                                     Electricity
                                  Management
                                        Labour
                                  Depreciation
        Tariff level                               Resid.    Ind    Spec      Oth   Res    Ind    Spec      Oth   Res      Ind    Spec      Oth     Res      Ind    Spec      Oth    Res      Ind    Spec Oth
                                  Water supply      2.1      3.8                    2.1    3.8                    2.1      3.8                      2.1      3.8                    2.1       3.8
                                   Wastewater       0.4      0.8        2.0         0.4    0.8        2.0         0.4      0.8        2.0           0.4      0.8        2.0         0.4       0.8    2.0
                  Solid waste (CNY/HH/month)*      7.0/4.5   30                     7.0/   30                     7.0/     30                       7.0/     30                     7.0/      30
                                                                                    4.5                           4.5                               4.5                             4.5
         Affordability of the users (% of                   <5%                  <5%                   <5%                      <5%                      <5%
         household income)
         Tariff to full cost recovery (%)                   75%                  75%                   78%                      78%                      78%
Notes:* In garbage compacted area, the solid waste tariff is CNY 7/household/month; in garbage un-compacted area, the solid waste tariff is CNY 4.5/household/month.




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                                                            Appendix 2: Updated PPMS for Yanji City

  No.                    Item                  Baseline in 2006          2007                2008                    2009                  2010                Proposed Target
1       Impact
1.1     Water Quality of Receiving Water Bodies in Yanji City
        Water quality class of Bu’erhatong r.          III                 III                III                     III                   III             Class II of GB 3838-2002
1.2     Economic Development
        GDP (CNY100 M)                                 86                111.5               141.7                  174.91
1.3     Health Status of Urban Residents in Service Areas
                                     Diarrhea
                                              1.83/ 1,000 persons
                                    Hepatitis
1.4     Public satisfaction with water
                                                      80%                82%                 81%                     84%                   85%
        pollution control (%)
1.5     Public environmental protection
                                                      75%                76%                 74%                     77%                   80%
        awareness
2       Outcome, Outputs and Activities
2.1     Water Supply
        WTPs (No.)                                      1                   1                  1                      1                     2
        Quantities of annual water supply            2,893               2,840               2,838                  2,913                 3,065
        (t/a)
        Service coverage rate (area / %)                                                                                                 39.8/98.1
        Households without connecting to             52,000                                                                               29,800
        municipal water supply system (No.)
        Pumping stations newly constructed      Not operational     Not operational     Not operational         Not operational       Not operational
        for the project & capacity
        WTP newly constructed for the           Not operational     Not operational     Not operational         Not operational           33,000                    60,000
        project (t/d)
        New water transmission pipeline                --                  --                 --                      --                    10                        10.5
        from the project (km)
        New distribution main from the                                                        1.5                     3                     5.6                       10.1
        project (km)
        New distribution network from the                                                                                                  27.7                       35.7
        project (km)
        Length of the main pipelines (km)                                                                                                                         DN700-1000
2.2     Wastewater Collection and Treatment and Water Intake and Effluent
        Wastewater collection &
        treatment
        WWTP (No.)                                                          1                 1                       1                     2                          2
        Volume and rate of treatment and                           14,250,000 (95%)   38,030,000 (95.3%)      35,550,000 (94.5%)    35,550,000 (94.5%)         47,450,000 (100%)



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 No.                     Item                   Baseline in 2006         2007                2008                      2009                  2010                Proposed Target
       rate (t/d and %)
       Volume and rate of wastewater                               15,000,000 (40%)   39,905,561 (95%)           37,619,047 (95%)      37,619,047 (95%)          47,450,000 (100%)
       collection (t/d and %)
       Area and % of sewer coverage (km2          24.2 (59%)          24.2 (59%)         24.2 (59%)                 24.2 (59%)            32.8 (80%)                 41 (100%)
       and %)
       Households without connecting to
       municipal sewer system (No.)
       Newly built WWTP capacity (t/d)          Not operational     Not operational    Not operational            Not operational       Not operational               50,000
       New sewerage collection pipeline                                                                                                      15.42                     55.1
       form project (km)
                                                                                                                                         DN600 = 6.1
       Length of the main pipelines (km)                                                                                                DN1000 = 3.9
                                                                                                                                        DN1200 = 5.42
       Water Intake of Service Areas
       COD (mg/L)                                                       348.17               348.17                   326.42                270.42
       BOD (mg/L)                                                        140                  140                     130.56                125.6
       SS (mg/L)                                                        267.47               267.47                   247.26                212.5
       NH3-N (mg/L)                                                     17.15                17.15                    17.31                 17.44
       TKH (mg/L)
       TN (mg/L)
       TP (mg/L)                                                         1.92                 1.92                     1.59                  1.11
       Industrial discharges meeting sewer                               100                  100                      100                   100
       discharge standards (%)
       WWTP effluent quality                                                                                                                                  National design standard
       in service area
       COD (mg/L)                                                       67.21                67.21                    54.65                 37.77                       120
       BOD (mg/L)                                                         30                   30                       30                  25.36                        30
       SS (mg/L)                                                         29.8                 29.8                    26.75                 20.85                        30
       NH3-N (mg/L)                                                      2.14                 2.14                     2.50                  1.53                        8
       TN (mg/L)
       TP (mg/L)                                                         1.33                 1.33                     1.22                  0.71                        1
       Total coliform (MPN/L)                                                                                                                 1
       Treatment level achieved                                                                                                       35,550,000 (94.5%)
2.3    Central Heating Supply and Air Quality
       Area of heating supply (m2)                6.70 million       8.00 million        8.70 million              10.00 million         10.00 million              16.27 million
       Popu. access to central heating                                 210,000             225,000                   264,000               264,000                    460,000
       Heating supply pipeline (km)                                      150                 170                       200                   200                       120.12
       Steam supply pipeline (km)                                                                                                                                       6.2




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 No.                    Item                         Baseline in 2006                      2007                           2008                            2009                          2010                     Proposed Target
       Heat exchange stations (No.)                                                         62                             69                              72                            72                            99
       Households using coal-fired small
       boilers and individual stoves (No.)
       Small boilers (No.)                                  515                             318                                                            120                           120                            318
       TSP                                                                                  30 t                         200 t                            500 t                         500 t                National Standard Class II
       SO2                                                                                3,456 t                        948 t                           1,500 t                       1,500 t               GB3095-1996: Air Quality
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Standard
3      Institutional Capacity Building
3.1    Org & staffing plan of MSC
       Yanji Sewerage Treatment Co.                             25                          101                           101                             101                           101                             101
       Yanji City water Industries Co., Ltd.                    5                            9                             18                              18                            18                              20
       Yanji Investment and Dev Co.                                                          23                            24                              24                            24
3.2    Development of the MSC                                                             Reform                        Achieved                        Achieved                      Achieved
       (managerial, operational and                                                     implemented
       financial self-sustainable)
3.3    MSC reform (independent in                                                         Reform                        Achieved                        Achieved                      Achieved
       management and finance)                                                          implemented
3.4    Staff received required training
4      Finance
       Unit cost of WTP operation
                                     Electricity            0.28                            0.27                          0.25                            0.27                          0.27
                                 Management                 0.32                            0.37                          0.29                            0.33                          0.33
                                         Labor              0.15                            0.16                          0.23                            0.19                          0.19
                                  Depreciation              0.41                            0.43                          0.43                            0.41                          0.41
                                Sales of water              0.49                            0.47                          0.54                            0.60                          0.61
       Unit cost of WWTP operation                                                          0.71                          0.62                            0.89                          0.89
                                     Electricity                                           0.097                         0.087                            0.13                          0.13
                                 Management                                                0.288                         0.189                           0.423                         0.423
                                         Labor                                             0.075                         0.094                           0.087                         0.087
                                  Depreciation                                              0.25                          0.25                            0.25                          0.25
       Tariff level                                Res    Ind        Spe   Oth   Resi     Ind        Spe   Oth   Res    Ind        Spe   Ot      Res    Ind        Spe   Oth   Res    Ind        Spe   Oth
                                 Water supply      1.6    2.8        7.0   4.5   1.6     2.8         7.0   4.5   1.6    2.8        7.0   4.5     1.6    2.8        7.0   4.5   1.6    2.8        7.0   4.5

                                   Wastewater      0.4    1.6        1.6         0.4     1.6         1.6         0.4    1.6        1.6           0.4    1.6        1.6         0.4    1.6        1.6
                                       Heating     26.0                          26.0                            26.0                            26.0                          26.0
       Affordability of the users (% of                     <5%                             <5%                           <5%                             <5%                          <15%
       household income)
       Tariff to full cost recovery (%)                                                         44                            50                              50                            50                          100




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