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									  Proceedings of the 78th Meeting of the State Level Expert Appraisal Committee
                (SEAC), Karnataka held on 6th & 7th January 2012.
                                                  6th January 2012.
                                       Members present in the meeting:
                     1        Dr. S. Ganjigatti                       -              Chairman
                     2        Dr. S.K. Gali                           -              Member
                     3        Dr. B. S. Jai Prakash                   -              Member
                     4        Dr. Usha. N. Murthy                     -              Member
                     5        Dr. S. Suryaprakash                     -              Member
                     6        Dr. Bela Zutshi                         -              Member
                     7        Dr. G. Srinikethan                      -              Member
                     8        Dr. B. Manoj Kumar                      -              Member
                     9        Sri. M.B. Girish                        -              Member
                     10       Dr. M.H.Balakrishnaiah                  -              Secretary
            Secretary, SEAC welcomed the Chairman and the members present.

  Agenda-1: Status of TOR cases.
                                Details of Proposals in SEAC as on 31.12.2011
                           ToR Cases                              Non ToR cases
                                         Appraised      Appraised          To be
                                        in SEAC &       in SEAC &       appraised
                           Appraised     decided to     decided to       in SEAC     Placed in
                            in SEAC     recommend          recall/         after     SEAC for               Grand
        Category
                           and ToRs       to SEIAA      reconsider      obtaining    appraisal     Total    Total
                           issued to         after          after       short fall    but PP
                               PP.        obtaining      obtaining     informatio     absent
                                         informatio     informatio       n sought
                                          n from PP      n from PP       from PP
CONSTRUCTION                   16            18             11             36           9              74    90
INDUSTRY                       32             0             8               6            0             14     46
MINING                         11             1             12              3            1             17     28
Total                          59            19             31             45           10            105    164


                          Proposal placed in the 78th SEAC meeting dated: 6/7.01.2012
          Category                  ToR Cases               Non ToR Cases                        Total
CONSTRUCTION                             2                        35                              37
INDUSTRY                                 3                         9                              12
MINING                                   -                         2                              2
Total                                    5                        46                              51

      Details of balance proposals (Non -ToR Cases) after 78th SEAC meeting dated: 6/7.01.2012
                                                  Placed in the 78th SEAC
      Category                 Fresh Cases                                            Balance
                                                       (Non ToR cases)
CONSTRUCTION                        45                         32                        13
INDUSTRY                             6                          4                        02
MINING                               4                          2                         2
TOTAL                               55                         38                        17
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Agenda-2: Files placed for decision on closure.
       The Committee discussed the status of the file placed before the committee in
detail and decided to recommend to SEIAA for closure for non-response from the
project proponent even after reminder. It was also decided that project proposals
without forest clearance (if required) may be recommended for closure to the SEIAA by
the Secretary, SEAC and they need not come before the SEAC for appraisal.
                                              NAME OF THE
          SEIAA        NAME OF THE                                 DATE OF
 Sl.                                            PROJECT                                STATUS
         FILE No.        PROJECT                                   RECEIPT
 No.                                          PROPONENT

                    Proposed Installation    Sri. C. Shanmugan,                    Information
                    of    Downhill    Belt   General Manager                        sought from PP on
                    Conveyor along with      (P),         Mysore                    30/05/2011.
                    stockyard           at   Minerals Limited,                     Information      not
         SEIAA 13
  1                 Thimmappangudi Iron      Iron Ore Sector,      07.08.2010       received till date.
         MIN 2010
                    Ore Mines, NEB Forest    Sandur - 583119,                      Reminder issued
                    Range to Muraripura      Bellary District.                      on 18/07/2011.
                    Village, Sandur Taluk,
                    Bellary District.

Agenda-3: Discussion on site inspection reports:
1. Construction Project: “Bagmane World Technology Centre - 4, SEZ Tech Park” at
   Sy. No. 61, 63 of Doddanekundi Village and Sy.No. 110, 111 and 112 of
   Mahadevpura Village, K.R.Puram Hobli, Bangalore of M/s Bagmane Estates Pvt.
   Ltd. (SEIAA 60 CON 2011).
2. Construction Project: “Bagmane World Technology Centre (WTC) - 5, SEZ Tech
   Park” at Sy. No. 61, 63 of Doddanekundi Village and Sy.No. 110, 111 and 112, 34/1,
   35/1, 36/1, 37/1P, 37/2, 103P, 104P, 105/1, 105/2, 106, 107 of Mahadevpura Village,
   K.R.Puram Hobli, Bangalore of M/s Bagmane Estates Pvt. Ltd., (SEIAA 66 CON
   2011)
          The Secretary, SEAC informed that in respect of above two cases, the proponents
      have not yet submitted the information called as per the 74th SEAC meeting dated:
      16/17.09.2011 for which letter was issued on 29.09.2011. The subcommittee members
      were requested to conduct the site inspection at the earliest and submit the report
      vide letter dated: 28.11.2011. Further, the proponent has been informed in letter
      dated 28.11.2011 that if the field inspection is not arranged immediately, the file will
      be forwarded to the State Environmental Impact Assessment Authority (SEIAA) for
      taking further necessary action. The members were requested in the 77th SEAC
      meeting held on 2/3.12.2011 to conduct the inspection at the earliest and submit the
      inspection report within 3 days of inspection.
          The Secretary, SEAC informed during the meeting that the proponent has not
      submitted the information sought till date and he is also not cooperating in
      organizing field inspection of the above two projects by the subcommittee members.
      The Committee took note of the developments but decided to give one more chance
      to the project proponent to get his sites inspected by the subcommittee members and
      final decision could be taken in the next SEAC meeting.

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3. Construction Project: “Pri Tech Park-II” at Sy.No. 51, ...etc of Bellandur Village,
   Varthur Hobli, Bangalore East Taluk of M/s. Primal Projects Pvt. Ltd., (SEIAA 123
   CON 2011).
      M/s. Primal Projects Private Limited have applied for EC from SEIAA for
   proposed expansion and modification of “PRITECH PARK II” IT Park project at
   Survey Nos. 51, 52/1, 52/2, 53, 54/1, 54/2, 55/1, 55/2, 55/3, 55/4, 56/1, 56/2A,
   6/2B, 56/3, 56/4, 56/5, 57/1, 57/2, 57/3, 57/4, 57/5, 57/6, 58/1, 58/2, 58/3, 59/1,
   59/2A, 59/2B, 59/3, 59/4, 60/1, 60/2, 60/3, 60/4, 60/5, 60/6, 60/7, 60/8, 60/9,
   61/1, 61/2,61/3A, 61/3B, 61/4, 61/5, 62, 63, 64/1, 64/2A, 64/2B, 64/2C, 64/2D,
   64/3, 64/4, Bellandur Village, Varthur Hobli, Bangalore East Taluk, Bangalore. Now
   the Expansion and modification is proposed at 66/1 (P) of the same location under
   Schedule No 8(a) of EIA Notification, 2006. Total project cost: Rs. 97.25 Crores.
       The project proponent had obtained Environmental Clearance from SEIAA vide
   file No. SEIAA 45 CON 2009 dated: 09.06.2010 for construction of IT Park and office
   buildings with 8 Blocks on a plot area of 1,26,721.69 Sqm and built up area of
   5,64,511.13 Sqm.

     Now the PP has applied for Environmental Clearance with following
   modification and expansion:
                                                 Proposed
                                                                          Total (after
     Particulars           EC Obtained        modification/
                                                                          expansion)
                                                expansion
    Project site Integrated IT Park & office Integrated IT             Integrated IT
                 building                    Park & office             Park & office
                                             building                  building
    Total plot 1,26,721.69 Sqm (31.31 Acres) 20,234.89 Sqm             1,46,956.58
    area                                     (5.0 Acres)               Sqm (36.31
                                                                       Acres)
    Total built 5,64,511.13 Sqm                       98,440.568 Sqm 6,62,951.98
    up area                                                            Sqm
    Total No. of  Block 1: 2 Basement, Ground &       Block 14: 2 Block 1, 2, 3,
    Blocks          6 Upper Floors                        Basements, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,
                  Block 2: 2 Basement, Ground &          Ground & 9 food court,
                    Eight Floors.                         Upper        utility and
                  Block 3: 2 Basements, Ground           floors.      MLCP.
                    & Nine Floors.                     Modificatio
                  Block 4 & 5: 2 Basements,              n in food
                    Ground & Nine floors.                 court plans:
                  Block 6 & 7: 2 Basements,              ground
                    Ground & Ten Floors.                  with      1
                  Block 8: 2 Basements, Ground           Floor.
                    & 8 Upper floors.
                  Utiity Block: Ground & one
                    floor.

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                     MLCP: Basement and 7 Upper
                      Floors.
                    Food Court: Ground with 1
                      Floor.
    Project        50% work completed            Yet to be                50%    work
    status                                       started                  completed

       Project Details: Water Requirement: Total water requirement is 26.10 KLD.
   Sourced from BWSSB. Soil: Total excavated soil: 98,000 Cum; Backfilling Quantity:
   20,000 cum, landscaping quantity 4,000 cum within the project site and the excess
   74,000 cum will be disposed through brick manufacturers. Sewage: Total quantity
   generated: 20.88 KLD treated in proposed STP of design capacity of 600 KLD X 2
   Nos and 1000 KLD X 1 Nos; sludge- 792 Kgs/day used as manure. Solid waste: Total
   generated: 3,795 Kg/day; organic waste of 2,277Kg/day treated in organic waste
   converter and used as manure. Inorganic waste of 1,518 Kg/day will be sent for
   recycling. Power Requirement: anticipated power requirement from BESCOM is
   3947 KVA and EC has been obtained for that. Power Backup 3X2000 KVA DG sets;
   Parking: 1180 Numbers.
      Project surrounding Details: HAL Airport- 8.0 Kms, St. Johns Hospital-11.5 Kms,
   Kaikondanahalli Lake- 0.60 Kms, Ambalipur Lake- 0.30 Kms, Bellandur Lake -0.85
   Kms, Agara Lake-2.5 Kms, Sulekere lake – 0.1 km; Bannerughatta National Park – 25
   Kms. Other details: Rain Water Harvesting proposed.
      The subject was placed in the 75th SEAC meeting held on 14/15.10.2011 and the
   proponent present explained the project. The Committee observed that there is
   discrepancy in built up area proposed in Form 1&1A and the presentation made.
   The Committee requested the proponent to submit revised Form 1 & 1A with correct
   built up area. The proponent informed that the BWSSB UGD line exists. The
   Committee advised the proponent to make sure whether ground water recharging is
   possible as proposed since the lake is about 100 m away from the project site. The
   project proponent informed that the project is located on ORR which connects
   Maratahalli on one side and Hosur on other side. The existing and modified LoS of
   ORR is C-D.

      The Committee decided to get the site inspected by a subcommittee consisting of
   members Dr. Kushalappa, Dr. Bela Zutshi, Dr. Manoj Kumar and Dr. Ravikumar on
   the day of next SEAC meeting.
      After deliberation, the Committee decided to reconsider the proposal after
   obtaining the following information from the proponent.
           1. Revised Form 1 & 1A with correct built up area.
           2. Traffic management studies for projected scenario.
           3. Details of landscape area maintained to 33 % on ground as per earlier
              environmental clearance obtained.
           4. FSL details of the surrounding lakes.
           5. Compliance report for the conditions imposed in environmental clearance
              issued in 2007 and copy of the environmental clearance certificate issued.
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            6. Plan for protection of the nearby lake.
            7. Distance from the Rajakaluve.
            8. Social commitment plan for Rs. 10 Lakhs, as agreed by the proponent.
       The subject was placed in the 77th SEAC meeting held on 2/3.12.2011. The
   proponent has submitted the information on 16.11.2011 in response to this office
   letter dated: 29.10.2011. Since site inspection report (conducted on 14.10.2011) of the
   Subcommittee is not yet submitted, the concerned members have been addressed
   letter dated: 28.11.2011 to submit the same. The Chairman viewed this delay with
   displeasure and indicated to the members that this Committee has decided earlier
   that inspection reports are to be submitted within three days after the inspection. He
   requested the members to adhere to this decision. The subcommittee members
   informed the Committee that the inspection report will be submitted immediately.
       Field inspection report of subcommittee members was taken up in the meeting
   for discussion and the same is reproduced below:
      As per the communication from Secretary, SEAC (Letter no. SEIAA 123 CON
   2011 dated 24.11.2011) the members of subcommittee visited the “Pri Tech Park-II”
   on 10th November 2011 at 3 pm. The subcommittee members included Dr. Bela
   Zutshi; Dr. Ravi Kumar and Dr. B. Manoj Kumar. The visiting team was
   accompanied by Mr. Sunil Reddy, Director from the proponent side along with the
   environmental consultant Mr. Puttaswamy. The members of SEAC were taken
   around the building and all the physiographic features of the site was shown from
   elevated place of existing hi-rise building to low level areas. The lake, locations of
   the proposed area and other existing commercial building was also shown to the
   members.
     During the visit following features in the existing building and proposed area
   were observed:
      1. Greenery in terms of only lawn and ornamental plants and it is suspected that
         33 % of greenery is not available in phase-I.
      2. Foul odour near sewage treatment plant.
      3. Lake is located just adjacent to the proposed activity (property) with a mud
         road separating lake and property.
      4. Chimney height was not above roof top of adjacent building.
       Based on the observations it is felt necessary to obtain the following additional
   information from the proponent:
      1. Plan for 33 % of greenery in phase-II and plan for compliance for Phase-I.
      2. Distance of the property from the lake.
      After deliberations, the Committee decided to obtain the following from the
   project proponent and place the same along with his earlier replies dated 16.11.2011.
       1.      Exploring the possibility of enhanced greenery.
       2.      Details of the distance of the lake from the project site.
       3.      Ensure proper functioning of STP.


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       4.      Clarification on the height of the chimney installed for DG sets as per
               norms.
    Action to be taken:       Secretary, SEAC to obtain the above information and
                              place it before the SEAC for consideration.
Agenda-4: EIA Presentation for Appraisal:
1. Establishment of Chemical & Pharmaceutical Industries in Bidar District.
      Some of the members informed the Committee that they have received the
   material from the project proponent on the evening of 4th January 2012 and other
   members informed that they have not received the material so far in respect of
   proposals by M/ss. Sahithi Drugs & intermediates Pvt. Ltd., Kshatriya Laboratories
   Pvt. Ltd and Sai Uma Laboratories (P) Ltd. After deliberations, the Committee
   decided to constitute a subcommittee consisting of SEAC members Dr. Srinikethan,
   Dr. Manoj Kumar, Dr. B. S. Jai Prakash, Dr. S.K. Gali and Environmental Officer
   (KSPCB), Bidar under the chairmanship of Dr. S. Ganjigatti, Chairman SEAC. The
   subcommittee will visit Bidar and submit report on the surface water and ground
   water of Bidar. All the project proponents who have applied before the SEIAA for
   environmental clearance should be present during the subcommittee visit along
   with the latest EIA report prepared by an accreditated consultant and clarify the
   queries made by the subcommittee at the site.
    Action to be taken:       Secretary, SEAC to obtain the subcommittee site
                              inspection report and place it before SEAC along with
                              EIA report for appraisal.
2. Construction Project: "Champion Reef Golf Country", Development of Golf
   Course along with villas and raw house at Sy.No.5,6.13, 14, 15, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30,
   31, 32, 33, 36, 44 of Vaggaiahnadinne Village, 161, 162, 163, 217, 218 of Siddanahalli
   Villageand 253, 356, 357 and 358 of Hudukula Village, Kasaba Hobli, Bangarpet
   Taluk, Kolar of M/s. Confident Projects India Pvt. Ltd.,( SEIAA 58 CON 2011).
       Name of the Proponent:              Sri. Shaijan Mathew, Head Projects.
       Name of Consultancy Firm:           M/s. Aditya Environmental Services Pvt.
                                           Ltd. (listed B)
       M/s. Confident Projects (I) Pvt. Ltd., has applied for EC from SEIAA for their
   expansion of project “Champion Reef Golf Country” (Golf course along with villas)
   at Sy. No. 5, 6, 13, 14, 15, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 36, 44, 161, 162, 163, 217, 218,
   253, 356, 357 & 358, Vaggaiahnadinne, Hudukula, Siddanahalli Village, Kasaba
   Hobli, Bangarpet Taluk, Kolar District under Schedule 8(b) of EIA notification, 2006
   under Area Development project Category-B. The project site is a barren land
   converted to non- agricultural purpose.
      Phase- I: Plot area 4,92,374 Sqm with 50 Villas and 15 row houses with 18,355
                Sqm built up area.
      Phase II (Expansion): plot area 71,857 Sqm with additional 189 villas, 25 row
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          Project details: Total plot area: 5,64,236 Sqm including existing 4,92,374 Sqm;
   Total build up area: 74,953.33 Sqm including existing 18,355 Sqm; The plot has 120
   eucalyptus trees which will be removed; total green area : 37.02 hectares (65 % of the
   total plot area); Total Water requirement: 1252.5 KLD sourced primarily from
   borewells existing (3 Nos); Sewage generated: 80 KLD treated in STP of design
   capacity 100 KLD; Power requirement: 1600 KVA (KPTCL); Alternate power supply:
   4 x 400 KVA of DG sets. Other Details: earlier EC & CFE issued not furnished.
   Rainwater harvesting & Storm Water Management not furnished. Surrounding
   details not furnished; water balance to be reworked.
          The subject was placed in the 73rd SEAC meeting held on 20.08.2011 and the
   project proponent and environmental consultant present explained the ToRs. The
   consultant informed that the site is located on the Hanchala Village road connecting
   Kolar- Bangarpet road. The site is a flat barren land. The consultant informed that
   the project site shares the boundary with 3 Lakes and the storm water will flow
   towards these Lakes as per the natural drainage pattern. The total green area of
   40.32 Ha works out to 71 % of the total area. The seasonal occupancy of the villas
   will be once or twice a year. The consultant submitted proposed terms of reference
   for EIA before the Committee.
     After deliberation, the Committee decided to issue the following ToRs along with
   model ToRs for preparation of EIA by the proponent covering the following issues.
           1.   Impact of all activities in the project on the adjoining Lakes.
           2.   Buffer zone between villas and Lakes.
           3.   Discharge from the villas to the Lakes.
           4.   Details of club house with STP.
           5.   Worst case scenario considering the maximum pollution load.
       The proponent has submitted the EIA on 07.12.2011 with reference to the ToRs
   issued on 28.10.2011.
      The proponent and environmental consultant present explained the EIA. The
   environmental consultant informed the following before the Committee:
         Three water bodies (seasonal tanks) share the boundary of the project and a
          minimum of 30 m buffer is left.
         The topography is gently undulating. The level difference is 15 m. The slope
          is from South to North. Three artificial water bodies and contours will be
          created as part rain water harvesting in the project. Hydro-morphological
          studies done and natural slope is not altered. Ground water table height
          variation is done. Risk assessment done.
         More than 5500 local species of trees are proposed and existing trees will be
          retained. Rainwater harvesting is also proposed.
         There are no nallah close to the site.
          No soil is barrowed from outside.
         The movement of ground water is N-E and the project is at a higher level than
          the surrounding villages.
         Borewell water is 80 m below ground level.

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           High tension line crosses the project site.
           The Committee advised to install STP in the Villages and use the tertiary
            treated water for landscape in the project site to reduce the use of ground
            water. The proponent agreed to approach the Panchayat for the same.
      The committee observed that the borewell water is high in TDS and floride. The
   proponent informed that sewage will be treated in two STPs of capacity 280 KLD
   and 190 KLD proposed at different locations of the site. The proponent informed
   that the existing LoS for Kolar Bangarpet road which is situated 2.5 km away from
   the project site is C and the modified LoS remains at C.

       After deliberation, the Committee decided to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
   for issue of environmental clearance after obtaining the following information from
   the proponent with a condition that the project proponent shall install oil and grease
   separator to the STP.
       1.   Bacteriological test report for surface and ground water.
       2.   Plan for treating the borewell water for potable level.
       3.   Revised STP plan with oil and grease separator.
       4.   Social commitment plan for Rs. 7.5 Lakhs, as committed by the proponent.

    Action to be taken:      Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
                             after obtaining the above information from the
                             proponent.

3. Construction Project: "Nitesh Hunter Valley", Mixed Development at Sy.No.s 9,
   10/1, 10/2, 10/3, 10/4, 10/5, 28/2, 28/3, 28/5, 35/1, 100/1, 100/2, 101, 103/1 and 103/2,
   Doddagubbi Village, Bidarahalli Taluk, Bangalore of M/s. Nitesh Estates Ltd.
   (SEIAA 91 CON 2011).

           Name of the Applicant: -        Sri. Nagendra Prasad, V.P. (Planning).
           Name of the Consultancy Firm: - M/s. B.S. Envi-Tech Pvt. Ltd.
          M/s. Nitesh Estates Ltd., have applied for EC from SEIAA for their new
   proposed Mixed development project “Nitesh Hunter Valley” at Sy.No.s 9, 10/1,
   10/2, 10/3, 10/4, 10/5, 28/2, 28/3, 28/5, 35/1, 100/1, 100/2, 101, 103/1 and 103/2,
   Doddagubbi Village, Bidarahalli Taluk, Bangalore under Schedule No 8(b) of EIA
   Notification, 2006. Total project cost: Rs. 281.298 Crores. Project comes under BBMP.

          Project Details: (a) Connectivity: The project is located along Doddagubbi
   road which connects to Hennur Main Road on one side and Doddagubbi on the
   other side. (b) Land: Total plot area: 97459.627 Sqm; Total built up area: 2,21,995.71
   Sqm; The project consists of 979 residential flats in 3 towers with B+Stilt+19 UF and
   club house. (c) Landscape area: 51234.26 Sqm (52%). (d) Water Requirement: Total
   water requirement is 695 KLD sourced from BWSSB and Borewell water. (e) Soil:
   Total excavated soil: 135000 Cum; Backfilling Quantity: 46000 cum and landscaping
   quantity 33150 cum, land filling 33150 Cum within the project site, carting away-
   32,850 Cum. (f) Sewage: Total quantity generated: 556 KLD treated in proposed two
   STPs of design capacity of 251 KLD & 305 KLD based on FBR System; sludge- 62

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   Kg/day used as manure. (g) Solid waste: Total generated: 2.2 MT/day; organic
   waste of 1.32 MT/day treated in organic converter and product used as manure.
   Inorganic waste of 0.88 MT/day will be sent for recycling. (h) Power Requirement:
   Total Requirement: 5066 KW from BESCOM; Power Backup 1X250 KVA, 4X380
   KVA and 2 X 500 KVA DG sets (i) parking 1558 Numbers.
         Project surrounding: Water Bodies: Rampura -3 Kms, Hoamavu-5 Km, Ulsoor
   Lake-11 Kms; Army Corps Centre – 10 Km, Doddagubbi Village-2 Kms.
         Other details: Rain Water Harvesting proposed; soil report submitted;
   proposed ToR submitted; applied for NOC from BWSSB & CGWA; obtained NOC
   from AAI, BSNL.
          The subject was placed in the 74th SEAC meeting held on 16th & 17th
   September 2011 and the project proponent and environmental consultant present
   explained the proposed ToR. The proponent informed that there are no water body
   in the vicinity and the nearest water supply line is at Hennur main road which is 3
   km way from the project site. The BWSSB has a plan for water supply and they are
   obtaining NOC from BWSSB in this regard.
          After deliberation, the Committee decided to issue model ToRs along with
   the following additional ToRs for the preparation of the EIA from the proponent
   with proper traffic management studies.

       The proponent has submitted the EIA on 21.10.2011 with reference to the ToRs
   issued on 03.10.2011.
      The subject was placed in the 76th SEAC meeting held on 11.11.2011 and the
   subject was deferred as the proponent had requested for deferment of the subject on
   personal grounds vide letter dated: 09.11.2011.

      The proponent and environmental consultant present explained the EIA. The
   environmental consultant informed the following before the Committee:
         52 % of the green belt will be developed on natural ground. The existing trees
          will be retained.
         Source of water is ground water and they have applied for CGWA clearance
          which is expected shortly.
         New borewells are proposed to be drill.
         There is no disposal of excess treated water as it is a zero discharge.

      The Committee advised the proponent to adopt higher technology for STP. After
   deliberation, the Committee decided to recommend the proposal to SEIAA for issue
   of environmental clearance after obtaining the following information from the
   proponent with a condition to obtain CGWA clearance for the project.
           1.   MoU for disposal of excess excavated earth.
           2.   Plan for disposal of excess treated water during rainy season.
           3.   Details of energy savings.
           4.   Details of ground water usage by competitive users in Grama Panchayat.
           5.   Surface and borewell water analysis report.
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           6. Social commitment plan for Rs. 25 Lakhs, as committed by the proponent.
    Action to be taken:     Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
                            after obtaining the above information from the
                            proponent.
Agenda-5: Re-consider Projects for Appraisal:

1. Industrial Project: “Increase in capacity of clinker from 200 TPD to 1800 TPD and
   Cement from 200 TPD to 2300 TPD” at Nagnapur Village, Taluka Mudhol,
   Bagalkot Dist. of M/s. Shri Keshav Cements & Infra Ltd, (SEIAA 12 IND 2007).

       The proposal is for expansion of cement plant from 200 TPD to 2300 TPD at
   Naganapur Villages, Mudhol Taluk, Bagalkote Dist. The land availability is 258.37
   acres. The total water consumption is 100 KLD. The total investment of the project
   is Rs. 207.5 Crores.
      The subject was placed in the 34th SEAC meeting held on 15.05.2009 and the
   proponent has presented and explained about the project. The Committee has
   suggested issuing the following additional ToRs along with model ToRs for the
   preparation of the EIA report. The proponent was informed to produce a copy of
   the EC issued by the Government of India for their mining project before the
   submission of EIA report. The following ToRs are proposed for the preparation of
   the EIA after obtaining the copy of the ToRs issued by the Govt. of India for the
   mining project of the proponent and the EC issued for 200 TPD in Cement Unit with
   compliance to the conditions of the EC.

       1. All the ToRs issued by the Government of India in the mining project of the
          proponent shall be ToRs in this proposal also.
       2. Combined impact of all the mining and cement industries in the
          surrounding area.
       3. Impact on cropping pattern and human in the surrounding area.
       4. Explore the technical feasibility of using the existing infrastructure for the
          proposed expansion.

        The proponent has not incorporated the following ToRs points in the EIA and
   base line data on air, water, soil, noise etc collected after issuance of ToRs.
       1. A full chapter on fugitive emissions and control technologies should be
          provided.
       2. Efforts made to minimize use of ground water. Along with an action plan
          should be provided. A chapter on hydrology study by the State Govt. may
          be included. Ground water monitoring minimum at 8 locations.
       3. All the ToRs issued by the Government of India vide No. J-11015/152/2008-
          IA.II (M) dated 20.06.2008 in the mining project of the proponent shall be
          ToRs in this proposal also.
       The subject was placed in the 67th SEAC meeting held on 08.04.2011 and the
   proponent and environmental consultant present explained the EIA. The proponent
   informed that the industry is manufacturing 200 TPD of cement from 1978 onwards
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   but the expansion to 2300 TPD of cement is not yet started. The mining lease and
   mining rights have been obtained; public hearing is done on 27.04.2010. The process
   employed is dry process. The Committee observed that the ambient air quality
   monitoring details are old and needs updating. The Committee also noted that the
   details of yield and quality of water in the borewell located in the industrial
   premises are not furnished. The details such as DO, BOD, COD etc. surface and
   ground water are also not submitted. Total Coli form (TC) shown for surface water
   is incorrect.
       The Committee after deliberation decided to recall the proponent for
   presentation before SEAC after obtaining the revised EIA addressing the following
   issues:
          1. Rework on water balance considering appropriate quantity of water for
              landscape for dust suppression.
          2. Details of yield and quality of water in the bore-well located in the
              industrial premises.
          3. Transportation of raw material and present usage of road.
          4. Compliance to EC, CFO and Public Hearing proceedings.
          5. Baseline health status of workers as per OSHA guidelines.
          6. One-month data on latest AAQ monitoring.
          7. Rework on Landscape with proper tree species.
          8. Copy of MoU with RTPS, Raichur for lifting the flyash generated.
          9. Commitment letter on concreting the interior roads for transportation of
              materials.
          10. Proper data on flora/fauna within 5 km radial distance.
          11. Scientific test reports from the approved laboratory.
          12. A full chapter on fugitive emissions and control technologies.
          13. Efforts to minimize usage of ground water along with an action plan. A
              chapter on hydrology study by the State Govt. Ground water monitoring
              data at minimum of 8 locations.
          14. All the ToRs issued by the Government of India vide No. J-
              11015/152/2008-IA.II (M) dated 20.06.2008.

      The proponent has submitted the revised EIA on 06.06.2011.
       The subject was again placed in the 74th SEAC meeting held on 16/17.09.2011 and
   the Committee observed that the proponent has not circulated the appraisal material
   to the members and it is not possible to appraise the proposal in the absence of
   information. Hence the Committee decided to consider the proposal in the next
   SEAC and informed the proponent to circulate the information well in advance to the
   members before the meeting.

      The subject was placed in the 75th SEAC meeting held on 14/15.10.2011 and the
   project proponent and environmental consultant present explained the project. The
   consultant explained the revised EIA addressing the 14 points as above. The
   proponent informed that the fugitive emissions within the factory area are controlled
   by using automatic sprinkler system (already operating) and bag filters. One month
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   data on latest AAQ monitoring has been done by M/s. Bhagavathi Ana Labs Ltd
   which is an approved agency. The project proponent submitted a copy of the MoU
   with RTPS, Raichur for lifting the fly ash generated. He also submitted the
   commitment letter on concreting the interior roads of the cement plants for
   transportation of raw material and products to reduce fugitive dust. The Committee
   observed that the compliance to the CFO issued by KSPCB should have been
   complied already before seeking environmental clearance for expansion. The
   Committee observed that the hardness of surface water is more than the hardness of
   ground water and also the quantity of nitrite is same in surface water and ground
   water.
      After deliberation, the Committee decided to reconsider the proposal after
    obtaining the following information from the proponent.

          1. Redo the surface and ground water quality analysis.
          2. Photographs of the bag filter and air pollution control equipments.
          3. Revised landscape plan with enhanced varieties of local tree species.
       The proponent has submitted the above information on 24.11.2011 with reference
   to this office letter dated: 29.10.2011.

       The Committee discussed in detail the information submitted by the proponent.
   After deliberation, the Committee decided to recommend the proposal to SEIAA for
   issue of environmental clearance.
   Action to be taken:     Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA for
                           environmental clearance.

2. Construction Project: “Residential Apartment” at Sy.No. 30/1A1A3,
   Chikkanagamangala, Sarjapur Hobli, Anekal Taluk, Bangalore of M/s. Bagadia
   Properties Pvt. Ltd. (SEIAA 110 CON 2011).

       M/s. Bagadia Properties Pvt. Ltd., have applied for EC from SEIAA for their new
    proposed residential apartment project at Sy. No. 30/1A1A3, Chikkanagamangala,
    Sarjapura Hobli, Anekal Taluk, Bangalore under Schedule No 8(a) of EIA
    Notification, 2006. Total project cost: Rs.48.86 Crores. Project comes under BBMP.
      Project Details: (a) Land: Total plot area: 13,878.54 Sqm; Total built up area:
   37,973.87 Sqm; The project consists of 348 flats with ground floor and 6 upper floors.
   (b) Landscape area: 4,582.48 Sqm (33.04%). (c) Water Requirement: Total water
   requirement is 259 KLD. Sourced from Shanthipura Grampanchayath (NOC
   submitted). (d) Soil: Total excavated soil will be used for backfilling and landscape
   development. (e) Sewage: Total quantity generated: 208 KLD treated in proposed
   STP of design capacity of 225 KLD based on Submerged Aerated Fixed Film
   Technology (SAFF); (f) Solid waste: Total generated: 766 Kg/day; organic waste of
   460 Kg/day will be treated in organic converter. Inorganic waste of 306 Kg/day will
   be sent for recycling; sludge- 84 Kg/day will be used as manure. (g) Power
   Requirement: Total Requirement: 900 KVA from BESCOM; Power Backup 4X250
   KVA DG sets (h) Parking: 388 Numbers.

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       Project surrounding: Water Bodies: Kammasandra Lake: 2.4 Km; Bagalapet Lake:
   2.2 Km; Hebbagodi Lake: 2.3 Km; Gollahali Lake: 2.1 Km; Rayasandra Lake: 2.5 Km;
   Veerasandra Lake: 1.6 Km. Other details: Rain Water Harvesting proposed; Land
   records submitted.
      The subject was placed in the 75th SEAC meeting held on 14/15.10.2011 and the
   project proponent present explained the project. The project proponent informed
   that the project is located on Chikkanagamangala main road with existing LoS of A.
   The modified and projected LoS of this road is A & B. The proponent informed that
   105 KLD of excess treated water will be used for various purposes like vehicle/road
   washing, watering avenue plantation and other construction purposes. The
   Committee suggested that the residents of the project can adopt the trees in view of
   the unique eco system of the area. The Committee observed that the project is
   surrounded by Lakes.
      After deliberation, the Committee decided to reconsider the proposal after
   obtaining the following information from the proponent.
             1. Details of surrounding Lakes and their protection from discharge of the
                project waste.
             2. Revised water balance taking water utility as per IS code.
             2. Scientific assessment of ground water apart from competitive users.
             3. Break up for 105 KLD of excess treated water proposed.
             4. NOC from concerned authority for watering avenue plantation.
             5. Social commitment plan for Rs. 5 Lakhs, as agreed by the proponent.

       The proponent has submitted the above information on 17.11.2011 with reference
   to this office letter dated: 29.10.2011.

       The Committee discussed in detail the information submitted by the proponent.
   After deliberation, the Committee decided to recommend the proposal to SEIAA for
   issue of environmental clearance.
   Action to be taken:     Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA for
                           environmental clearance.


Agenda-6: Recalled Projects for Presentation & Appraisal:
1. Industrial Project: “Establishment of Bulk drug and Pharmaceutical Formulations
   Unit” at Plot No. 101-A, Pharma Industrial Area, Special Economic Zone, Hassan
   District of M/s. IGEN Labs Pvt. Ltd., (SEIAA 4 IND 2011).

            Name of the Applicant: -           Dr. K. Shashi Kiran, MD
            Name of the Consultancy Firm : -   M/s. K.R.S. Enterprises.
      M/s. IGEN Labs Private Limited have applied for EC for establishment of their
   new Bulk Drug (API), Drug Intermediates and proponent               harmaceutical
   Formulations unit at plot No. 101-A, Pharma Industrial Area, Special Economic
   Zone, Hassan District, Karnataka under Schedule 5 (f) of the EIA Notification, 2006
   under category-B. Total Project cost: Rs. 12.14 Crores. The products are (1)
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   Lamivudine (Stage III intermediate) at 7000 Kg/month and (2) Ome-Sulphide at
   4000 Kg/month.
       Project Details: (a) Land: 3 Acres land allotted by KIADB on 15.09.2010. The land
   use has been classified as Pharma SEZ (Industrial) Area. Total built-up area: 29,875
   Sft; Storage area 0.4 Acres. No residential area. (b) Water requirement: water will be
   supplied by KIADB; Quantity: 30 KLD. Green area: 33% proposed (1.6 Acres). (c)
   Sewage: proposed to be treated in Septic tank and soak pit. (d) Power Requirement:
   1000 KVA from CESCOM. (e) Hazardous waste: used oil from DG Set at 200
   liters/annum will be given to authorized preprocessor. (f) Liquid waste: will be
   treated in ETP. (g) Excavated Soil: reused for backfilling within the plant premises.
   Process emissions: (1) Diazo vapors at 78 Kg/day (Scrubber and Stack). (2) Fugitive
   vapors disposed through Stack. Incinerator Emissions: capacity 100 Kg/hr. Scrubber
   spent water- 1.0 KLD (ETP disposal). Incinerator ash (Land filling TSDF). Other
   proposed ToRs submitted. Pre-Feasibility Report submitted.
      The project proponent has submitted information called vide this office letter
    dated 30.05.2011 and 06.06.2011.
      The subject was placed in the 70th SEAC meeting held on 17-18.06.2011 and the
   proponent and environmental consultant present explained the ToRs. Since the
   project is coming up in an approved industrial area, the project proponent requested
   the Committee to categorize the project under B2 category. The proponent informed
   that the Dodda Aladahalli Lake is 2 Km, Gudaganahalli Lake is 2.7 Km, Satenahalli
   Lake is 1.5 Km and Timmanahalli Lake is 4.6 Km.
      The Committee after deliberations on the above points decided to categorize the
   proposal under B2 category. It also decided to get the stoichiometry tests redone for
   the products and the effluent synthesis done from an authorized R&D laboratory.
   The Committee also advised the proponent to go for green technology in the project.
      After deliberation, the Committee decided to obtain EMP from the project
   proponent along with the above information.
       The proponent has submitted the EMP along with the above information vide
   letter dated: 10.08.2011 in response to this office letter dated: 28.06.2011.
       The subject was placed in the 74th SEAC meeting held on 16/17.09.2011 and the
   proponent and environmental consultant present explained the EMP. The proponent
   informed that the consolidated waste in respect of products namely OME Prazole
   Sulphide and OME Prazole Sulphate is liquid waste 2,46,405 Kgs, solid waste 18,288
   Kg and gaseous containing CO2: 330 Kgs, SO2: 2490 Kgs and HCI: 1760 Kgs. Dr.
   Jaiprakash, SEAC member observed that the composition of the sludge is essential
   not only with organic but also with inorganic constituents and sending inorganic
   waste to TSDF is not a good idea and budget should be prepared for recovery as far
   as possible at the source itself as per RCRA/waste minimization rule practiced in
   developed countries. Formaldehyde and methylene dichloride are carcinogenic and
   should be used with utmost care. The country is going towards green solvents and
   there is no green points in the proposal and requested the proponent to go for green
   reactions to save environment. Formaldehyde can’t be evaporated. The proponent
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   should think of replacing formaldehyde. The recovery of small solvents upto 90-92
   % is not acceptable, since the reactions cannot be stoichiometric, the effluent wastes
   reported look imaginary and fictitious. The proponent should seek approach
   reputed R & D Labs as the proposed technology is old. The proponent earmarked
   Rs. 3 Lakhs towards social commitment plan.
      After deliberations, the Committee decided to recall the proponent after
   obtaining the following information from the proponent and communicating the
   comments of the Dr. Jaiprakash, SEAC member.

             1.   Technology being adopted.
             2.   Total recovery of solvents and its quantification.
             3.   Reuse of salts if not recovery.
             4.   Optimization of raw material.
             5.   Alternative to Formaldehyde and methyl dichloride.
             6.   Landscape plan proposed along with type and number of tree species.
             7.   Risk assessment of oncological products.
             8.   HAZOP studies.
             9.   Social commitment plan for Rs. 3 Lakhs, as indicated by proponent.

       The proponent has submitted the above information on 24.10.2011 with reference
   to this office letter dated: 29.09.2011.

       The project proponent and environmental consultant present explained the
   above queries raised by the Committee. The Committee advised the proponent not
   to send salts to the TSDF as it cannot be accepted as per the KSPCB requirement. It
   also advised the proponent to develop R&D and at least gradually to substitute
   formaldehyde and also go for enhanced greenery.

       After deliberation, the Committee decided to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
   for issue of environmental clearance.

    Action to be taken:     Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA for
                            environmental clearance.

2. Mining Project: Increase in quarrying capacity of Dimensional Granite Blocks
   from 800 cum/month to 8000 cum/month in Quarry Lease No.266, Sy.No. 291, 292,
   293/1B1 & 296/1A, Balakundi Village, Ilakal- 587125, Bagalkot District of M/s. Gem
   Granites (SEIAA 14 MIN 2011).

               Name of the Applicant: -         Sri. A. Madhu
               Name of the Consultancy :-       M/s. KRS Enterprises.

          M/s. Gem Granites have applied for EC for their proposed expansion of
   project for quarrying of Dimensional Granite (Pink) Blocks from 800 to 8000
   cum/month at Sy. No 291, 292, 293/1B1 & 296/1A, at Balakundi Village, Ilkal,
   Hungund Taluk , Bagalkot District in quarry lease area of 20.8 Ha (Ql.No-266). The

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   project comes under category 1(a) of category-B of EIA Notification, 2006. It is open
   cast working. Granite quarry is spread over an area of 49.24 acres with 10.787
   million cum. The quarrying lease (QL. No. 266) is valid for 20 years with effect from
   17.09.1999 issued DMG, GoK. The project cost is Rs. 6.7 Crores.

          Project Details: (a) Land: Total area 49.92 Ha; Quarry lease area: 20.08 Ha;
   Garden: 3.59 Ha; Road: 3.0 Ha; Stock Yard: 1.27 Ha, Waste dump: 21.55 Ha.
   Buildings: 0.43 Ha. (b) Water: 40 KLD (c) Sewage: 18KLD (c) Solid Waste: 2160
   cum/day of rejects and small dimension waste rock collected through dumpers
   proposed to be stored in designated area of 21.55 ha before selling.

       The subject was placed in the 74th SEAC meeting held on 16/17.09.2011 and the
   proponent and environmental consultant present explained the project. The
   proponent informed that this is an existing quarry since 1985 and there are now
   going for expansion and now seek environmental clearance as per OM dated:
   02.07.2007. The earlier environmental clearance was not obtained because it was not
   covered under EIA Notification, 1994. The distance to the nearest habitat is 1 Km,
   the vibration will not go beyond 500 m as they are using controlled drilling and
   blasting using jack hammer. This is an open cast mechanized mining and pink
   granite blocks of 280 X 140 cm size are cut. The proponent informed that the granite
   is not covered under IBM as it is a miner mineral. The water required is 40 KLD for
   expansion which is sourced through existing RWH ponds located within the project
   site. The proponent requested for categorizing the project as B2. The proponent
   earmarked Rs. 4.5 Lakhs towards social commitment plan.

         The Committee decided to categories the project as B2 as the mining is open
   cast mechanized mining of dimensional granite blocks at the existing quarry since
   1985.
      After deliberation, the Committee decided to recall the proponent after obtaining
    the EMP addressing the following information.
                 1. Health check up report of the workers and the nearby Villagers.
                 2. AAQ for PM 2.5.
                 3. Social commitment plan for Rs. 4.5 Lakhs, as indicated by
                    proponent.

       The proponent has submitted the EMP along with the above information vide
   letter dated: 22.12.2011 in response to this office letter dated: 29.09.2011.

       The project proponent and environmental consultant present explained the EMP.
   After deliberation, the Committee decided to recommend the proposal to SEIAA for
   issue of environmental clearance.

    Action to be taken:     Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA for
                            environmental clearance.


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3. Industrial Project: “Augmentation of storage capacity for 2 x 1000 MT capacity LPG
   mounded storage of HPC at Hubli LPG bottling plant at Plot No. 165/166, KIADB,
   Belur Industrial Area, Dharwad – 580011 of Hindustan Petroleum Corporation
   Limited (SEIAA 21 IND 2011).
         Name of the Applicant: -      Sri. Abhishek Dattu
         Name of the Consultancy: -    M/s. SEE Tech Solutions Pvt. Ltd.

       M/s. HPCL have applied for EC for their expansion of the existing Hubli LPG
   bottling plant at Sy. No. 165/166, KIADB, Belur Industrial Area, Dharwad from 6 X
   140 MT to 2 X 1000 MT storage capacity under item 6(b) of EIA notification under
   category –B within the existing premises. Cost of the project is Rs. 35 Crores. Land:
   total plot area: 26 acres; total proposed area for activity: 8665.32 Sqm. No additional
   land required for expansion; 8.5 acres land developed for green belt. Water: 0.5 to 1
   KLD from borewell during construction. The proponent has submitted draft
   proposed ToRs.

      The proponent and environmental consultant present explained the ToRs. The
   proponent informed that the LPG bottling plant was established in 1987 with 6 X 140
   MT capacity above ground bullets. Now they proposed to augment by setting up 2
   mounded storage bullets of 1000 MT capacity at the existing premises without
   addition of extra land. The proponent requested considering the project under B2
   category. The proponent also informed that the LPG plant has obtained statutory
   approval and licenses from CCOE which are valid.

          The Committee decided to categorize the project under B2 as it is coming up
   in a designated industrial area, expansion is inside the existing premises, no
   additional land is involved and also the MoEF, GoI has considered similar projects
   of HPCL as B2 category without public hearing.

      After deliberation, the Committee decided recall the proponent after obtaining
   the Environmental Management Plan (EMP) from the proponent.
       The proponent has submitted the EMP vide letter dated: 04.11.2011 in response
   to this office letter dated: 29.09.2011.

       The project proponent and environmental consultant present explained the EMP.
   After deliberation, the Committee decided to recommend the proposal to SEIAA for
   issue of environmental clearance after obtaining the commitment letter for
   conducting regular environmental safety awareness programmes on the usage of
   LPG targeting house wives, school children in the nearby areas from the proponent.

    Action to be taken:     Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
                            after obtaining above information.




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4. Industrial Project: “Establishment of Clinker Plant of 150 TPD Capacity” at
   Sy.No.165 (part), Opp. J.K.Cement Ltd., Muddapur Village, Mudhol Taluk,
   Bagalkot District of M/s. Desai Cement Company Private Limited, (SEIAA 25 IND
   2011).
            Name of the Applicant: -          Sri. Santobarao K. Desai, MD
            Name of the Consultancy: -        M/s. KRS Enterprises (Listed B)
          M/s. Desai Cement Company Pvt. Ltd., have applied for EC for their new
   proposed installation of clinker plant of capacity 150 MT/day at Sy. No. 165 (P),
   Muddapur Village, Mudhol Taluk, Bagalkot District under Sl. No. 3(b) of EIA
   Notification, 2006. Project cost: Rs. 4.5 Crores. Raw material requirement: Limestone:
   66,000 MTPA; Cotton soil/laterite: 13,200 MTPA, Pet Coke: 9,000 MTPA.
          Project Details: Land: Total plot area: 1,596 Ha (Leased land); The clinker
   plant will be spread over an area of 2,500 Sqm; Vacant Land: 12,000 Sqm; Greenbelt:
   5,170 Sqm; Water Requirement: Total water requirement is 30 KLD, sourced from
   borewells/tankers; Power Requirement: Total Requirement: 900 HP supplied from
   HESCOM; Power Backup: 2 X 500 KVA DG set; Solid waste: Ash-Bottom waste: 1.6
   MT/month; Fly ash: 6 MT/month; Limestone powder: 9 MT/month; all the solid
   waste are collected and shall be used as raw material for clinker manufacturing.
          Project surrounding: Ghataprabha River: 9 Kms; Mudhol Town: 10 Km;
   Belgaum –Bijapura State Highway- 4 Km; Belgaum Raichur State Highway-5 Km;
   Chichakandi reserve forest: 6.7 Km; Aliber reserve forest: 9 Km; Almatti Reservoir-
   27 km.
          The subject was placed in the 75th SEAC meeting held on 14/15.10.2011 and the
    subject was deferred since the circulation material was not received by some of the
    members and also the project proponent remained absent without prior intimation
    in response to the meeting notice sent.

       The subject was placed in the 76th SEAC meeting held on 11.11.2011. M/s. KRS
   Enterprises, Bangalore was listed under “B” in O.M. dated: 30.06.2011 of MoEF and
   ToRs were issued as per decision of 74th SEAC. The firm is listed again under “B” in
   the latest O.M. dated: 30.09.2011 of MoEF and as clarified by the Director, MoEF, the
   firm was allowed to make presentation of EIA in this meeting as the last date for
   accreditation/registration is extended upto 31.12.2011 and be allowed to make
   presentation.
       The proponent and environmental consultant present explained the ToRs. The
   proponent informed that the proposal is for clinker plant only and the project site is
   private property leased. The proponent explained the manufacturing process of the
   clinker with limestone, black cotton soil/laterite and pet coke as raw materials. The
   Committee observed that use of black cotton soil as raw material is not correct as it is
   a fertile top soil for agriculture with organic content. The Committee insisted that a
   condition may be put in the environmental clearance that the proponent should use
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       The proponent requested for categorizing the project under B2 for the following
   justification:
           1. The proposal is for a clinker plant of only 150 TPA with modern
               technology.
           2. The nearest water body is Ghataprabha river, 9 Km away.
           3. Bag filters are proposed as air pollution control measures.
       The Committee deliberated on the above points and decided to categorize the
   project as B2 and decided to obtain EMP from the proponent addressing the
   following issues:
             1. Chemical composition of clinker.
             2. Chemistry of manufacturing process with details of pet coke.
       The proponent has submitted the EMP along with the above information vide
   letter dated: 12.12.2011 in response to this office letter dated: 24.11.2011.

       The project proponent and environmental consultant present explained the EMP.
   The proponent clarified that pet coke is an accepted fuel obtained from Jamnagar
   Reliance Factory and it is not a raw material in the making cement clinker. After
   deliberation, the Committee decided to recommend the proposal to SEIAA for issue
   of environmental clearance after obtaining social commitment plan for Rs. 4.5 Lakhs
   as committed by the proponent.

    Action to be taken:     Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA for
                            environmental clearance after obtaining the above
                            information from the proponent.

5. Construction Project: "SJR Celestia", Commercial & Residential Development at
   Sy. No.s 39/2, 49/5, 51/3, 52/1, 52/2, 53 and 54, Khata No. 765/51, Kaikondanahalli
   Village, Varthur Hobli, Bangalore East Taluk, Bangalore of M/s. SJR Enterprises,
   (SEIAA 154 CON 2011).

     Name of the Applicant: -          Sri. Touseef Ahmed (Authorized)

        M/s. SJR Enterprises have applied for EC from SEIAA for their new proposed
   Commercial & Residential Apartment project ”SJR Celestia”, at Sy. No 39/2, 49/5,
   51/3, 52/1, 52/2, 53 and 54, Khata No. 765/51 at Kaikondanahalli Village, Varthur
   Hobli, Bangalore East Taluk under Schedule No 8(b) of EIA Notification, 2006. Total
   project cost: Rs. 95 Crores. The project area is located in residential zone in the CDP
   of BBMP.
        Project Details: (a) Land: Total plot area: 14,882.12 Sqm; Total built up area:
   57116.39 (Commercial building 16000 Sqm and Residential 41116.39 Sqm); The
   project consists of Lower and Upper Basement Floors + Ground Floors + 8 Upper
   Floors and Terrace Floor with 200 residential units and the commercial complex
   having 2 Basements + Ground Floor + 6 Upper Floors. (b) Landscape area: 4360.116
   Sqm (29.3%). (c) Water Requirement: Total water requirement is 193.725 KLD,
   sourced from BWSSB. (d) Soil: Total excavated soil: 13500 Cum; Backfilling
   Quantity: 5000 cum for foundation and backfilling to be done on the backside of
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   retaining walls and underground tanks is about 4000 cum, fill-up the low lying areas
   at about 3000cum and landscaping quantity 1500cum within the project site. (e)
   Sewage: Total quantity generated: 154.98 KLD treated in proposed STP design
   capacity of 160 KLD; sludge 14 Kg/day used as manure. (f) Solid waste: Total
   generated: 1005.75 Kg/day segregated and disposed through BBMP; (g) Power
   Requirement: Total Requirement: 1350 KVA from BESCOM; Power Backup
   3X320KVA DG sets (h) parking: 442 Numbers.
      Project surrounding details: Kaikondanahalli Lake -2Kms, Bannerughatta
   National Park-, Ragihalli Reserve Forest – 7Kms, Bengaluru International Airport –
   40Kms; Other details: Rain Water Harvesting proposed.
      The subject was placed in the 77th SEAC meeting held on 2/3.12.2011 and the
    project proponent present explained the project. The proponent informed the
    existing UGD is there and NOC from BWSSB is obtained. The Committee advised
    the proponent to adopt SBR technology for STP. The proponent informed that the
    project site is located on Sarjapur –Bangalore City Road. The existing, projected and
    modified LoS of road towards Sarjapur and road towards Bangalore City is D-F-F
    and C-E-E respectively.
      After deliberation, the Committee decided to recall the proponent after obtaining
    the following information from the proponent.
          1. Revised landscape plan with enhanced number/local tree species in
              consultation with Forest Department.
          2. Dated site photographs.
          3. Plan for disposal of excess earth.
          4. Revised water balance chart showing Landscape requirements.
          5. Plan for enhanced energy conservation.
          6. Realistic traffic management studies with dated peak hour traffic density
              photographs.
          7. Revised and matching Unit Operations and Flow Chart of STP.
          8. Social Commitment Plan for Rs. 5 Lakhs, as agreed by the proponent.
       The proponent has submitted the above information on 20.12.2011 with reference
   to this office letter dated: 15.12.2011.
       The project proponent and environmental consultant present explained the
   above queries raised by the Committee. After deliberation, the Committee decided
   to recommend the proposal to SEIAA for issue of environmental clearance.

    Action to be taken:     Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA for
                            environmental clearance.
6. Construction Project: "SJR Trillium", Residential Building at Sy.No.36 & 40,
   Nagnathpura and Sy.No. 40 of Doddanagnathpura Village, Begur Hobli,
   Bengaluru South Taluk, Bangalore of M/s. SJR Enterprises, (SEIAA 161 CON 2011).
            Name of the Applicant: - Sri. Touseef Ahmed (Authorized)
          M/s. SJR Enterprises have applied for EC from SEIAA for their new proposed
   residential project “-SJR Trillium” at Survey Nos, 36 & 40 of Nagnathpura & 40 of
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   Doddanagnathpura Village Begur Hobli, Bangalore South Taluk Bangalore under
   Schedule No 8(a) of EIA Notification, 2006. Total project cost: Rs: 75 Crores.

       Project Details: (a) Land: Total plot area: -19778.53 Sqm; Total built up area:
   57,737.69 Sqm; The project consists of 340 Units with consists of B+G+4 Upper
   Floors. (b) Landscape area: 4944.63 Sqm (29.3%). (c) Water Requirement: Total water
   requirement is 230 KLD. Sourced from BWSSB. (d) Soil excavated soil: 13,500 Cum;
   Backfilling Quantity:12,000 Cum and Landscaping quantity 1500 Cum within the
   project site. e) Sewage: Total quantity generated 183.6KLD treated in proposed STP
   of design capacity of 200 KLD ; Sludge: 26 Kg/day used as manure. (f) Solid waste:
   Total generated: 1020Kg/day; (g) Power Requirement: Total Requirement: is 1350
   KVA from BESCOM-; Power Backup 3X320 KVA DG sets (h) parking 390 Numbers.
      Project surrounding Details : K.R.Puram-11 Kms, Bangalore International
   Airport-40 Kms. Bannerghatta National Park within-15 Km, Ragihalli Reserve
   Forest- 7 Km. Garve Bhavi Palya Lake, Ponappana Agrahara Tank & Kudlu Kere
   Hosa Lake, Singasandra Kere -2 Kms; Other details: Rain Water Harvesting
   proposed.
      The subject was placed in the 77th SEAC meeting held on 2/3.12.2011 and the
   project proponent present explained the project. The proponent informed that there
   are no water bodies nearby and UGD facilities are not available at present. The
   nearest water supply lines are at Kudlu Gate, Sarjapur Road 3 km away. NOC from
   BWSSB is obtained.
       The project proponent present explained the project. After deliberation, the
   Committee decided to recall the proponent for presentation after obtaining the
   following information from the proponent.
          1. Revised water balance chart with correct assessment of the requirement
             for different purposes of use of treated grey water.
          2. Revised landscape plan for enhanced greenery with number and location
             of local tree species.
          3. Specific plan for disposal of excess excavated earth along with drainage
             plan of the location and MOU with the site owner.
          4. Traffic study including impact on Hosur Road with dated peak hour
             traffic density photographs.
          5. Commitment letter that the project authorities are adopting MBR
             technology for STP.
          6. Social Commitment Plan for Rs. 5 Lakhs, as agreed by the proponent.
       The proponent has submitted the above information on 20.12.2011 with reference
   to this office letter dated: 15.12.2011.
       The project proponent and environmental consultant present explained the
   above queries raised by the Committee. After deliberation, the Committee decided
   to recommend the proposal to SEIAA for issue of environmental clearance.
    Action to be taken:     Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA for
                            environmental clearance.

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Agenda-7: New Proposals:
A. Project proposals with proponent absent earlier:
1. Mining Project: “Karigala Kyanite Mine” at M.L. No.2286, Karigala Village,
   Hampapura Post, H.D.Kote Taluk, Mysore District of Sri Mohammed Akram
   (SEIAA 5 MIN 2011).
     Name of the Applicant: -          Sri. Mohammed Akram
      M/s. Karigala Kayanite Mine has applied for EC for their mining project at
   M.L.No. 2286 at Part of Sy. No. 189, Karigala Village, hampapura Post, H. D. Kote
   Taluk, Mysore District of 30.00 acres extent (12.14 Ha) for mining of 6000 TPA of
   Kyanite. The ML No. 2286/1599-160/79-80 is valid upto 2017 w.e.f. 4.6.1997. The
   proponent has submitted the mining closure plan approved in respect of M. L. No.
   2286 vide letter No. 279/635/99 BNG on 20.12.2007 by IBM.
      Kyanite is used for manufacture of refractory products such as brick, mortars and
   kiln furniture used in high temperature furnaces. It is also used in foundries as an
   ingredient of molds, high refractory strength porcelain and as abrasive product. The
   mining is manual. Water requirement is 2 KLD. One bore well exists in the ML area.
   The cost of the project is Rs. 50 Lakhs. The estimated reserve is about 30,000 tons.
   The spoil overburden is 25.31 MT/month.

       The subject was placed in the 75th SEAC meeting held on 14/15.10.2011 and the
    subject was deferred since the circulation material was not received by some of the
    members and also the project proponent remained absent without prior intimation
    in response to the meeting notice sent.
      The proponent and consultant were present. The Committee observed that the
    consultant is not accreditated from the QCI/NABET. As per the O.M. dated
    02.12.2009 of MoEF, GoI all environmental consultant should be an accreditated
    consultant for preparation of EIA/EMP. After deliberations, the Committee deferred
    the subject with a request to project proponent to come back with an accreditated
    environmental consultant from QCI/NABET for presentation in the next SEAC
    meeting.
2. Construction Project: “New Laboratory Complex (NLC)” at NCBS Campus,
   GKVK, Bellary Road, Bangalore- 560065 of M/s. National Centre for Biological
   Sciences. (SEIAA 124 CON 2011).
       Name of the Applicant: -        Sri. P. V. Narayana Rao, Civil Engineer, NCBS.
      M/s. National Centre for Biological Sciences(NCBS) have applied for EC from
   SEIAA for expanding the existing laboratory facilities(R&D) by constructing
   additional infrastructure to support research activities at NCBS Campus, GKVK,
   Bellary Road, Bangalore under Schedule No 8(a) of EIA Notification, 2006. Total
   project cost: Rs. 80 Crores. NCBS, TIFR comes under the aegis of Department of
   Atomic Energy, GoI.

     Project Details: (a) Land: Total plot area: 80,967 Sqm; Total built up area: 21,270
   Sqm; The project consists of new laboratory complex with basement+ ground floor +
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   3 upper floors and sport cum dinning complex with basement+ ground floor + 1
   upper floor. (b) Landscape area: 68,988 Sqm. (c) Water Requirement: Total water
   requirement is 253 KLD for existing and proposed facilities. Sourced from BWSSB.
   (d) Soil: Total excavated soil: 39,964 Cum. 4,000 Cum will be used for backfilling
   and landscape development. The balance 35,964 Cum will be used for filling up low
   laying areas in the GKVK campus (e) Sewage: Total quantity generated: 135 KLD
   treated in the existing STP of design capacity of 200 KLD. (f) Solid waste: Total
   generated: 400 Kg/day; organic waste will be treated in organic converter. Inorganic
   waste of will be sent for recycling; sludge- 20 Kg/day will be used as manure. (g)
   Power Requirement: Total Requirement: 41 KW from BESCOM; Power Backup
   2X500 KVA DG sets.
      Other details: Rain Water Harvesting proposed. CFE for expansion issued by
   KSPCB on 4.01.2011. Authorization for hazardous waste and biomedical waste
   handling is also obtained from KSPCB on 22.09.2011 and 30.01.2010 respectively.
       The subject was placed in the 75th SEAC meeting held on 14/15.10.2011 and the
   subject was deferred since the circulation material was not received by some of the
   members and also the project proponent remained absent without prior intimation
   in response to the meeting notice sent.
       The proponent present explained the project. The proponent informed that the
   laboratory complex is in advanced stage of construction and they have come for
   environmental clearance after KSPCB served notice to them. Out of 21,270 Sqm built
   up area 19,864 Sqm is taken up already. The Committee observed that this as a case
   of violation of the provision of EIA Notification, 2006. The proponent informed that
   the radiation exposure in R&D will be taken care of by BARC. The proponent
   informed that human biological research such as stemcell and brain cell and no
   clinical activities are done in the R&D facility. He informed that no additional water
   from BWS&SB is required as the existing stored water is sufficient for meeting
   expansion requirement.
      The SEAC considered this proposal as a construction project only and observed
   that the project proponent has to obtain the necessary approvals from the competent
   authorities for R&D activities.
       After deliberation, the Committee decided to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
   for issue of environmental clearance after obtaining the following information from
   the proponent with a condition that the project proponents shall obtain necessary
   clearances from the competent authorities.
          1. NOC from BWS&SB.
          2. Plan for disposal of excess excavated earth along with MoU.
          3. Calculation for energy savings.

    Action to be taken:     Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
                            after obtaining the above information from the
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Agenda-7: New Proposals:
B. New Projects with ToR for Presentation & Appraisal:

1. Industrial Project: “Improvement of 1. Chikkanayakanahally-Tiptur-Hassan (SH-
   68), 2. Sandur to Hospet (SH 49), 3. Konanur to Khushalnagar (SH 91) of
   Karnataka Road Development Corporation Ltd. (SEIAA 20 IND 2011).

        Name of the Applicant: -            Sri. Ramesh, Chief Engineer.
        Name of the Consultancy firm: -     M/s. KRS Enterprises.

       M/s. Karnataka Road Development Corporation Limited (KRDCL) has applied
   for environmental clearance from SEIAA for the following proposed projects under
   Sl. 7(f) of EIA Notification, 2006 under category B.

   1. Development of existing single lane to two lane                        road    from
      Chikkanayakanahalli- Tiptur (MDR) –Hassan (SH 68) Road:

         The project road ‘Chikkanayakanahalli-Tiptur-Hassan Road’ lies in Tumkur
      and Hassan districts of Karnataka and provides vital connectivity between
      Tumkur and Hassan districts. This road section traverses in the east-west
      direction between Chikkanayakanahalli in the east and Hassan in the west via
      Tiptur. This road section links NH-48 (Nelmangala Mangalore road) at Hassan
      with SH-19 (Srirangapatana-Bidar Road) at Chikkanayakanahalli. Improvement
      to this road section provides a better level of service for the commuting
      passengers and freight traffic especially trucks carrying iron and manganese ore
      from Hapiguda and Hospect to Mangalore and Karwar port. The total cost of the
      project is Rs. 202.97 Crores.
         Land details: The existing road section is 73.687 km in length, comprising of
      section between Chikkanayakanahalli and Tiptur (MDR), 24.368 kms in length
      (km 0.000 to km 24.368 in Chikkanayakanahalli KPWD-Sub Division of Tumkur
      KPWD division) and section between Tiptur and Hassan (SH-68), 49.319 kms in
      length (Tiptur KPWD-SD-Km 0.000 to km 11.400, Arsikere KPWD- Sub Division
      – km 11.400 to km 28.100 and Hassan KPWD-km 28.100 to km 49.319km). In
      addition the road section passes through Tiptur town, which forms a part of NH-
      206 (between km 74.700 to km 79.400).

         Land Acquisition: 69.84 hectares; No. of buildings: 30; No. of culverts: 74; No.
      of bridges: 8; No. of bus bays: 38; Landscape: No. of trees to be cut: 1269; No. of
      trees to be planted/km: 200; compensatory afforestation charges already
      deposited with Forest Department. Earth work: excavation (cutting): 76,956 Cum;
      embankment (filling): 57,717 Cum; Water requirement: 7200 KLD sources from
      surface water. Sewage generated from labour camp : 200 liters/day. Municipal
      solid waste generated: 40 Kg/day.
         The proponent and environmental consultant present explained the project.
      The proponent informed that land is being acquired and RR policy is yet to be
      placed. After deliberations, the Committee observed that as the environmental
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      clearance is site specific, the land should be in project proponent’s ownership
      (possession) with 6(1) Notification. Hence, it was decided that the project
      proponent can come back after obtaining the land in his possession and decided
      to recommend the file to SEIAA for closure.
   2. Development of road from Konanur – Mokutta (Konanur-Kushalanagar
      Section) (SH-91):

         The project road ‘Konanur – Makutta Road’ (SH-91) is an important road as it
      provides vital interstate connectivity between Kodagu district in Karnataka and
      Cannore district in Kerala and lies in Hassan and Coorg districts of Karnataka
      ensuring vital inter district connectivity. This road section traverses in the North-
      South direction between Konanur in the north and Makutta in the south near the
      state border. The project road traverses in Arakalagud, Somawarpet and Virajpet
      Taluks. This road section links various famous tourist attraction places such as
      Tibetean Monastery at Bylekuppe, Cauvery Nisargadhama, Dubare Elephant
      Camp, Talacauvery and several resorts and home-stays of Kodagu district and as
      such it caters to considerable tourist/passenger traffic. The project road traverses
      through Konanur, Srirangala, Hebbale, Kudige, Kushalanagar, Guddehosur,
      Siddapura, Ammathi, Virajpet and Makutta. Improvements to this road section
      will go a long way in achieving an improved and vital interstate and inter district
      connectivity. The total cost of the project is Rs. 47.729 Crores.
        The road section is 22.628 km in length of SH-91, falls under the jurisdiction of
      Hassan KPWD division (for a length of 5 kms from Diddapur cross) and Kodagu
      KPWD Division (for the balance length).
         Land Acquisition: there is no land acquisition; No. of culverts: 73; No. of
      bridges: 5; Landscape: No. of trees to be cut: 880; No. of trees to be planted/km:
      200; compensatory afforestation charges already deposited with DCF, Madakeri;.
      Water requirement: 6.75 KLD sources from surface water/tankers. Sewage
      generated from labour camp: 40 liters/day. Municipal solid waste generated: 20
      Kg/day.

        The proponent and environmental consultant present explained the project.
      The proponent informed that the proposal is for upgradation of the existing road
      only without any new land acquisition. After deliberation, it was decided that
      environmental clearance is not required as per para 7 (f) of EIA Notification, 2006
      (amended 1.12.2009) and decided to recommend the file to SEIAA for closure.
   3. Development of existing single lane to two lane road from Sandur to Hospet
      in Bellary District:

          The proposed project alignment for ling 35B-4 starts Sandur and ends at
      Hospet covering a length of 27.26 km and the alignment passes through Villages,
      settlements and commercial establishments in Sandur and Hospet. The total
      project cost is Rs. 93.48 Crores.


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         The project road from Sandur to Hospet Road is about 27.26 km long starts at
      Sandur and ends at Hospet. It runs in a more or less North East direction. From
      Sandur it ascends gradually towards Hospet towards North West direction.
         Land Acquisition: there is no land acquisition; No. of culverts: 45; No. of
      bridges: 8; Landscape: No. of trees to be cut: 517; No. of trees to be planted/km:
      200; compensatory afforestation charges already deposited with DCF, Bellary;.
      Water requirement: 7.7 KLD sources from tankers. Sewage generated from
      labour camp: 50 liters/day. Municipal solid waste generated: 20 Kg/day.

        The proponent and environmental consultant present explained the project.
      The proponent informed that the proposal is for upgradation of the existing road
      only without any new land acquisition. After deliberation, it was decided that
      environmental clearance is not required as per para 7 (f) of EIA Notification, 2006
      (amended 1.12.2009) and decided to recommend the file to SEIAA for closure.
    Action to be taken:    Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA for
                           closure.
2. Industrial Project: “Expansion of Bulk drug (Additional 50 TPM of Halquinol BP-
   80) Unit” at Plot No. B-14, 15, 16 & C-25, 26, 27, KSSIDC Industrial Estate,
   Doddaballapura, Bangalore District M/s. Provimi Animal Nutrition India
   (proponent ) Ltd (SEIAA 32 IND 2011).

     Name of the Applicant: -          Sri. Ravi Kiran. B.
      M/s. Provimi Animal Nutrition India Pvt. Ltd. have applied for EC from SEIAA
   for their proposed expansion of Halquinol BP-80 production from existing 30
   Tons/Month to 80 Tons/Month at their existing plant (established 1983) at Plot No.
   B-14, 15, 16 & C-25,26,27, KSSIDC Industrial Estates, Doddaballapura, Bangalore
   under 5(f) of schedule of EIA Notification, 2006 under category-B requiring EC from
   SEIAA. The major raw material required is 8-Hydroxy Quinoline. The other raw
   material required is Caustic Soda Lye- 50%.

      Project Details: (a) Land: The industry exists in KSSIDC Industrial Estate. The
   expansion is within the premise and no additional land is required. Total plot area:
   2648.7 Sqm; Total built up area: 1636.2 Sqm. (b) Greenery: Landscape area: 883.0
   Sqm. (c) Water Requirement: Total water requirement is 42 KLD; Source of water:
   at present from tankers. (d) Sewage: Total quantity generated: 10 KLD from the
   industrial process sent to KSPCB authorized CETP M/s. Eco Engineers. 2.4 KLD
   domestic wastewater sent to septic tank. Miscellaneous 0.8 KLD sent to CETP. (e)
   Power Requirement: Total Requirement: 250 KVA from BESCOM; Power Backup: 1
   X 180 KVA DG sets. (f) Waste Management: (i) used oil – 200 Lit/year sent to M/s.
   Merit India Lubricants (CPCB Registered) (ii) oil soaked cotton waste- 30 Kg/yr sent
   to TSDF M/s. Ramky Enviro Engineers Ltd. (iii) fiber drums – 220 Nos/Month, oil &
   chemical barrels-5 Nos/Month and covers & Material waste- 400 Kg/Month – sent
   to MD Enterprises (KSPCB Authorized) (iv) process residue & waste – 85 Kg/Month
   stored and disposed to TSDF (v) Resin – 15 Kg/Month stored & disposed to
   recyclers (vi) Asbestos containing material – sent to TSDF (vii)packaging scrap of
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   300 Kg/yr sold to recyclers (viii) lab spent solvents – send to TSDF; effluents –
   process effluent will be handed over to authorized CETP, Malur, Kolar District.

     Project Surrounding Details: Bannerghatta National Park – 35 Km; Hesaraghatta
   Lake – 8.5 Kms. NH – 7: 2.2 Km.
     The proponent present explained the proposed ToRs. The proponent informed
   that the industry started its operation in 1983 and hence, environmental clearance
   was not obtained. They have approached now for environmental clearance as they
   are now going for expansion. After deliberations, the Committee decided to issue
   model ToRs along with the following additional ToRs to be addressed in the EIA
   prepared by an accreditated consultant:
         1.   Compliance to earlier CFE/CFO issued by KSPCB before expansion.
         2.   Composition of sludge.
         3.   Impact of ground water.
         4.   Risk assessment.
         5.   Details of unit operations in treatment of effluent.
         6.   Odour problem.
         7.   Quantification of salts.

    Action to be taken:     Secretary, SEAC to obtain the EIA and place it before
                            SEAC.

3. Industrial Project: “Expansion of Pharmaceutical Product” at Plot No. 135 E,
   Kolhar Industrial Area, Bidar Taluk & District of M/s. Corvine Chemicals &
   Pharmaceutical Ltd. (SEIAA 34 IND 2011).
     Name of the Applicant: -             Sri. S. Govind Bhatt, Plant Manager.
     Name of the Consultancy Firm: -      M/s. KRS Enterprises.
      M/s. Corvine Chemicals & Pharmaceutical Ltd. have applied for EC from SEIAA
   for their expansion of industries at Plot No. 135 E, Kolhar Industrial Area, Bidar
   Taluk & District under 5(f) of schedule of EIA Notification, 2006 requiring EC from
   SEIAA. Total project cost: Rs. 13 Crores. The proponent had obtained EC for the
   existing products (with quantities mentioned) from DFEE on 12.01.2005 vide file No.
   FEE 98 ECO 2004. The details of production after expansion are as follows:

        Sl
              Product Name                       Quantity in TPM
        No.
        1     Sodium Azide                       64 (Existing)
        2     Trityl chloride (TTC)              80 (10 Existing + 70 Expansion)
        3     Ciprofloxacin Hydrochloride        30 (Existing)
        4     Tetrazole Di ammonium salt         15(3.6Existing+11.4Expansion)
        5     5 Methyl Tetrazole                 15 (Expansion)
        6     5 Amino 1H Tetrazole               15 (Expansion)

     Project Details: (a) Land: Total plot area: 7 acres; Total Built Up Area: 4,531.387
   Sqm. (b) Greenery: Landscape and open area: 16,143.95 Sqm (42% of plot area). (c)
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   Water Requirement: Total water requirement is 16.728 KLD; Source of water: Bore
   well of KIADB. (d) Solid Waste: used oil – 200 liters/year (disposed to KSPCB
   authorized re-processors), spent activated carbon – 7.2 TPA (handed over to KSPCB
   authorized incinerator/co-incinerator in cement kiln/TSDF) and discarded
   containers – 200 Nos (handed over to KSPCB authorized recyclers). (g) Power
   Requirement: 750 KVA.

     Project Surrounding Details: NH-9: 25 Km; Hyderabad Airport: 140 Kms; Kolhar
   Village:3 Kms; Bidar City : 10 Km; Karanja River : 25 Km.

      The project proponent has obtained CFE for expansion from KSPCB on
   12.04.2011, CFO (for existing industry before expansion) on 06.09.2010 and
   Authorization for handling of hazardous waste from KSPCB.

       The proponent and environmental consultant present. The Committee after
   deliberations, the Committee noted that the industry is coming up in Bidar and the
   common decision taken in respect of all the other pharmaceutical and chemical
   industries hold good in this case also. Hence, the Committee decided to obtain latest
   baseline data with Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Report from the
   proponent specifically addressing the issues raised in the Legislature Committee
   Report. The Committee also decided that the proponents may also be informed that
   the request for EIA from the proponent is not binding for issue of environmental
   clearance by the Government. Further, the Committee decided that the
   subcommittee constituted for visit of Bidar pharmaceutical and chemical industries
   vide agenda 4 of this proceedings will also visit this industrial site. The project
   proponent should be present during the subcommittee visit along with the latest
   EIA report prepared by an accreditated consultant and clarify the queries made by
   the subcommittee at the site.
 Action to be taken:     Secretary, SEAC to obtain the EIA report along with the
                         baseline data from the proponent and site inspection report
                         from the subcommittee and place it before SEAC.

4. Industrial Project: “1.4 MW Bio Gas Engine by using Waste Bio Gas (Methane
   Gas)” at Sy. Nos, 60 to 62, 88 to 98 and 100 to 105 of Chikkonahalli Village and Sy.
   Nos. 55, 78 to 83 and 86 of Hurugalawadi Village, Koppa Hobli, Maddur Taluk
   Mandya District of M/s. NSL Sugars Limited (formerly SCM Sugars ltd.) (SEIAA
   35 IND 2011).

     Name of the Applicant: -            Sri. S. A. Doss, Sr. AGM (Env).
      M/s. NSL Sugars Ltd. (Formerly SCM Sugar Ltd.), have applied for EC from
    SEIAA for their proposed modernization of 1.4 MW biogas engine at Sy. No. 60 to
    62, 88 to 98 & 100 to 105 of Chikkonahalli Village and Sy. No. 55, 78 tp 83 & 86 of
    Hurugalawadi Village, Koppal Hobli, Maddur Taluk, Mandya District. Total
    project cost: Rs. 765.83 Lakhs. The power generation from Biogas engine is used for
    captive power usage. The Biogas (Methane Gas) generated from the spent wash in

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    the Bio-digester will be passed through the bio gas engine after removing the H2S
    in the Biogas cleaner to generate 1.4 MW power.
      Raw material: NSL is treating its distillery effluents in anaerobic. This digester is
    generating biogas ranging from 17,160 cum/day to 27,440 cum/day Biogas Power
    Plant needs only 16,300 cum/day. This captive power plant of 1.4 MW capacity
    needs around 14,520 cum/day of treated biogas at the rate of 679 cum/hr for
    generating 1.4 MW. Biogas generated from anaerobic digester consists of sulfur
    compounds. Hence 10 % increase in the biogas quantity is taken for consumption.
       Land: Total plot area: 110 Acres (44 hectares) (existing). No new land required to
    be installed within the premises of sugar plant. Greenery: Landscape area: 17 acres
    existing sugar plant is maintaining (17 acres out of total 50 acres) 35 % as per CREP
    norms. Water Requirement: Total water requirement is 15 KLD; Source of water:
    Shimsha River situated 3 Kms away with dedicated pipeline existing. Clearance
    from Irrigation Department, GoK obtained. Wastewater: 15 KLD of sulphur
    scrubber water taken to main effluent of 360 KLD and processed in Bio composting.
    Power Requirement: power required 85 KW will be met from the biogas engine
    proposed. Solid Waste generated is nil.

     Project Surrounding Details: Shimsha River – 3 Kms; Chikkonahalli Village – 1.5
    Km; Hurugalwadi Village – 1.5 Km.
      The proponent present explained the project. The Committee observed that the
    project does not attract the provisions of the EIA Notification, 2006 and hence,
    environmental clearance is not required as the fuel is biogas.
      After deliberations, the Committee decided to recommend the proposal to
    SEIAA for closure.
     Action to be taken:    Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA for
                            closure.
5. Construction Project: “Mix Use Development” at Sy. No. 1A/6 (P), 1A/7, 1A/9,
   1A/10, 1A16 (P), 1A/17, 1A/18, 1A/19 (P), 1A/22 (P) & 1B/41(P), Jakkur Plantation
   Village, Yelahanka Hobli, Bangalore North Taluk, Bangalore M/s. Abhishek
   Developers Pvt. Ltd. (SEIAA 183 CON 2011).

     Name of the Applicant: -             Sri. K.C. Gupta, AVP-Planning.
     Name of the Consultancy Firm: -      M/s. Grass Roots Research & Creation
                                          India (P) Ltd.
      M/s. Abhishek Developers Pvt. Ltd. have applied for EC from SEIAA for their
    new proposed Mix Use Development Project at Survey Nos: 1A/6(P), 1A/7, 1A/9,
    1A/10, 1A/16(P), 1A/17, 1A/18, 1A/19 (P), 1A/22(P), 1B/41(P), Jakkur Plantation
    Village, Yelahanka Hobli, Bangalore North Taluk, Bangalore under 8(a) of schedule
    of EIA Notification, 2006 under category-B requiring EC from SEIAA. Total project
    cost: Rs. 376 Crores. Project comes under BBMP.
       Project Details: (a) Land: Total plot area: 1,02,789.29 Sqm; Total built up area:
    4,30,387.09 Sqm. The project consists of 794 residential units, commercial (office)

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    and hotel. (b) Greenery: Landscape area: 33,920.46 Sqm (34.54% of plot area). (c)
    Water Requirement: Total water requirement is 1727 KLD; Source             of water:
    BWS&SB. (d) Soil: Total excavated soil: 3, 17,210.19 Cum; will be used of backfilling
    and other area development activities. (e) Sewage: Total quantity generated: 1132
    KLD treated in proposed 2 STP’s of design capacity 624 KLD (residential) and 740
    KLD (commercial & hotel); Sludge generated: 532 Kg/day: used as manure. (f)
    Solid Waste: Total generated: 5037.3 Kg/day; Organic waste: 3022.38 Kg/day
    treated in bio-convertor and product used as manure. Inorganic waste: 2014.92
    Kg/day will be sent for recycling. (g) Power Requirement: Residential – 4365 KVA,
    Commercial – 10732 KVA and Hotel – 3860 KVA from BESCOM; Power Backup:
    Residential – 8 X 750 KVA, Commercial – 8 X 1500 KVA and Hotel – 3 X 1500 KVA
    DG sets (h) Parking: 3742 Numbers (Residential 1360 + Commercial 2000 + Hotel
    382 Nos) .
      Project Surrounding Details: BIA: 17.38 km; NH-7: 0.35 km; Botanical Garden – 2
    Km; Jakkur Lake: 2 Km; Yelahanka Kere- 3 Km. Details: Rain Water Harvesting is
    proposed.

      The proponent and environmental consultant present explained the proposed
   ToRs.
      The Committee was informed that one Sri. Veeranna has submitted Objection
    Petition dated 06.5.2010 and 06.06.2011 before the Senior Director, DFEE and MS,
    SEIAA for issuing EC against the project proponent before SEIAA in respect of the
    project land Sy. Nos. 1(A) (P) and 1(B)(P), Yelahanka Hobli, Bangalore North Taluk,
    Bangalore. His land is situated in between the project site. The following are the
    points of his objection petition:
         Appeal No. 98/2009 filed before Karnataka Revenue Appellate Tribunal,
          Bangalore by him against Special Deputy Commissioner, Bangalore and the
          project proponent is still pending and the hearing on stay order is due on
          01.03.2012.
         Writ appeal No. 4558-4556/2011 is still pending to appeal before High Court
          of Karnataka.
         CFE application by the proponent has been returned by KSPCB to reapply
          after complete settlement of land disposal vide letter No.
          PCB/282/CNP/10/614 dated: 07.05.2011.
         Khatha certificate is not issued by BBMP vide endorsement by ARO dated:
          03.01.2012.
         Hon’ble Lokayukta has issued direction to BDA to withdraw permission
          accorded to the proponent for the lands in various blocks of Sy. No. 1, Jakkur
          Plantations vide letter dated: 28.07.2011.
      The proponent informed the following:
             The level difference is 9.5 m in the project site.
             The land is in their possession.
             They have obtained BDA sanction 2-3 months back.

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             9 m access as been provided to the land of Sri. Veeranna and relinquished
              to BDA.
             MoEF clearance was obtained in 2007 but did not materialize. Now they
              are applying with revised plot area.
             There are no cases pending before the Hon’ble High Court of Karnataka
              and Karnataka Lokayuktha.
       After deliberation, the Committee decided to issue model ToRs along with the
    following additional ToRs to be addressed in the EIA report prepared by an
    accreditated consultant:

          1. Copy of the sanction letter along with approved building plan from BDA.
          2. NOC from BWSSB.
          3. Traffic management studies with dated peak hour traffic density
             photograph.
          4. Details of sewers, water bodies, nallah and drainage pattern of the project
             site.
     Action to be taken:    Secretary, SEAC to obtain the EIA and place it before
                            SEAC.
6. Construction Project: “A.B. Vajpayee Residential Layout, Sy. No.s 19, 20 and 21 of
   Upalli Village and Sy. Nos. 34, 35, 41, 42 to 63, 65, 581 and 582 of Indavara Village,
   Kasaba Hobli, Chikmagalur Taluk and District of Chikmagalur Urban
   Development Authority (SEIAA 203 CON 2011).
     Name of the Applicant: -            Sri. B. A. Paramesh, Commissioner.

       The Commissioner, Chikmagalur Urban Development Authority have applied
    for EC from SEIAA for their new proposed A. B. Vajpayee Residential Layout
    project with 1830 plots at Survey Nos: 19, 20, 21 of Upalli Village, Survey Nos: 34,
    35, 41, 42 to 63, 65, 581, 582 of Indavara Village, Kasaba Hobli, Chikmagalur Taluk
    and District under 8(b) of schedule of EIA Notification, 2006 requiring EC from
    SEIAA. Total project cost: Rs.39 Crores. Project comes under Chikmagalur City
    Municipal Council. The project site is cultivated agricultural land converted for
    residential use.
       Project Details: (a) Land: Total plot area: 7,83,250.09 Sqm (193 acres 22 guntas);
    (b) Greenery: Landscape area: 1,17.487.52 Sqm (15% of plot area). (c) Water
    Requirement: Total water requirement is 1359 KLD; Source of water: Chikmagalur
    Municipal Corporate Sources (Yegachi & Hirekolale reservoirs). (d) Sewage: Total
    quantity generated: 1088 KLD, treated in proposed STP of design capacity 1100
    KLD; Sludge generated: 400 Kg/day used as manure. (e) Solid Waste: Total
    generated: 4,026 Kg/day; Organic waste: 2416 Kg/day. Inorganic waste: 1610
    Kg/day. (f) Power Requirement: Total Requirement: -15,000 KW from
    MESCOM/KPTCL.
      Project Surrounding Details: Water bodies: Kasakanahalli Kere- 0.5 Km; Indavara
    Kere – 1 Km; Rameshwara Kere- 1 Km; Nellur Kere- 3 Km; Basavanahalli Kere- 3
    Km. Other Details: Rain Water Harvesting is proposed.
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      The proponent present explained the proposed ToRs. The proponent informed
    that the land is acquired by Chikmagalur Urban Development Authority from land
    owners and the layout is developed for residential use under 40:60 schemes. After
    deliberation, the Committee decided to issue model ToRs along with the following
    additional ToRs to be addressed in the EIA report prepared by an accreditated
    consultant:
          1.   Plan for protection and development of nallah bisecting the property.
          2.   MoU for the land owners.

                       Secretary, SEAC to obtain the EIA and place it before
     Action to be taken:
                       SEAC.
Agenda-7: New Proposals:
C. Other new Projects for Presentation & Appraisal:
1. Construction Project: “Residential Building” at Sy.No. 14/2, 15/1, 15/2, Koodlu
   Village, Sarjapura Hobli, Bangalore South Taluk, Bangalore of M/s. GK Shelter
   (P) Ltd., (SEIAA 55 CON 2011).
        Name of the Applicant: -       Sri. K. Narasimhulu       Naidu,    Managing
                                       Director.
           M/s. GK Shelter (P). Ltd., have applied for EC from SEIAA for their new
    proposed residential building project at Sy. No. 14/2, 15/1, 15/2, Koodlu Village,
    Sarjapura Hobli, Bangalore South Taluk, Bangalore under Schedule No 8(a) of EIA
    Notification, 2006. Total project cost: Rs. 19 Crores. Project comes under BBMP and
    Residential Zone of CDP.

          Project Details: (a) Land: Total plot area: 8,849.30 Sqm; Total built up area:
   21,533.79 Sqm; the project consists of 144 residential units with Basement + Ground
   + 9 upper floors + terrace floor in one Building. (b) Landscape area: 2592.84 Sqm
   (29.29%). (c) Water Requirement: Total water requirement is 116.64 KLD, sourced
   from BWSSB (NOC not submitted). (d) Soil: Total excavated soil: 12,700 Cum will be
   used for backfilling between the retaining wall, foundations and for landscape;
   sludge- 38.5 Kg/day used as manure. (e) Sewage: Total quantity generated: 104.97
   KLD treated in proposed STP of design capacity of 110 KLD; (f) Solid waste: Total
   generated: 388.8 Kg/day; (g) Power Requirement: Total Requirement: 1500 KVA
   from BESCOM; Power Backup 3X320 KVA and 1X380 KVA DG sets (h) Parking: 181
   Numbers.
          Project surrounding: Lakes: Harlur Lake – 2.7 km; Lakedew Lake- 1.8 km;
   Hosa Lake- 1 km; Begur Lake – 5 km; Singasandra Lake- 3.6 km; Ragihalli Reserve
   Forest: 7 km. Other details: Rain Water Harvesting proposed. Storm Water
   Management prepared. CFE from KSPCB submitted.
       The subject was placed in the 75th SEAC meeting held on 14/15.10.2011 and the
    subject was deferred since the circulation material was not received by some of the
    members and also the project proponent remained absent without prior intimation
    in response to the meeting notice sent.


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       The proponent present explained the project. The proponent informed the
    following:
            The Kudlu Kere is 2.3 km away from the project site on the upstream side
             towards south.
           The project site is surrounded by fully developed area.
           The property is abutting Kudlu road.
           UGD facility exists.
           No construction started but leveling of the project site done.
           The project is located along Kudlu village road which connects to Hosa
             road which in turn connects Koramangala on one side and Hosur Main
             road on the other side. The existing LoS will remains at “B” along Kudlu
             village road. The projected and modified LoS of Hosa road remains at
             “>F” and that of Kudlu village road remains at “D”.
       After deliberation, the Committee decided to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
   for issue of environmental clearance after obtaining from the proponent the social
   commitment plan for Rs. 3 Lakhs, as committed by him.
    Action to be taken:     Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
                            after obtaining the above information from the
                            proponent.

2. Construction Project: “Residential Development” at Sy.No.57/B, 61/5, 61/6P1, 61/7,
   112/2A1, 121/1B1 and 121/2, Bajpe Road, Derebail Village, Mangalore Taluk,
   Dakshina Kannada District of M/s. Brigade Enterprises Limited. (SEIAA 150 CON
   2011).
     Name of the Applicant: -             Sri. Dinesh Dubey.
       M/s. Brigade Enterprises Limited have applied for EC from SEIAA for their new
    proposed Residential Development project at Sy.No.57/B, 61/5, 61/6P1, 61/6P2,
    61/7, 112/2A1, 121/1B1 and 121/2, Derebail Village, Mangalore Taluk, Dakshina
    Kannada District, Bangalore under 8(a) of schedule of EIA Notification, 2006 under
    category-A requiring EC from SEIAA. Total project cost: Rs.38 Crores. Project
    comes under Mangalore city limits. The site is generally devoid of rare vegetation
    of any description. There will be no clearance of any rare vegetation of any kind.
    Few coconut trees, areca nut trees will be cut or will be relocated within the project
    site.
      Project Details: (a) Land: Total plot area: 13,334.21 Sqm; Total built up area:
    61,385.67 Sqm. The project consists of club house & 326 residential flats with 2
    Basement Floors + Ground Floor & 18 Upper Floors. (b) Greenery: Landscape area:
    3986.1 Sqm (33% of plot area). (c) Water Requirement: Total water requirement is
    235 KLD; Source of water: Mangalore City Corporation (MCC). (d) Soil: Total
    excavated soil: 46,721.25 Cum; excavated soil (laterite soil) shall be used for
    construction of the compound wall/ partition walls. (e) Sewage: Total quantity
    generated: 188 KLD, treated in proposed STP of design capacity 190 KLD; Sludge
    generated: - 13.5 Kg/day used as manure. (f) Solid Waste: Total generated: 771

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    Kg/day; Organic waste: 455 Kg/day treated through decentralized composing
    systems within the development and product used as manure. Inorganic waste:
    316Kg/day will be sent for recycling. (g) Power Requirement: Total Requirement:
    1809 KVA from MESCOM; Power Backup: 3X380 KVA DG sets (h) Parking: 362
    Numbers. Project Surrounding Details: Bajpe Airport - 18Kms; Mangalore city –
    2Kms; Other Details: Rain Water Harvesting is proposed.
       The proponent present explained the project. The proponent informed the
    following:

             Slop of about 5 m in S-N direction and 4 m in W-E direction.
             The project site is located along Derebail Konchady Road of 30 m wide. The
              existing LoS of Derebail Airport road is A. the projected and modified LoS
              of this road remains at B.
             Clearance from AAI obtained.
       After deliberation, the Committee decided to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
    for issue of environmental clearance after obtaining the following information from
    the proponent.
          1. NoC from MCC for water supply.
          2. Social commitment plan for Rs. 5 Lakhs, as committed by the proponent.
     Action to be taken:    Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
                            after obtaining the above information from the
                            proponent.
3. Construction Project: “Residential Apartment Complex” at Property ID No. 14-1-1
   (City Sy. Site No. 134 to 139) 80 ft Road, Opp. Vivekananda College, Dr.Rajkumar
   Road, Rajajinagar, Bangalore of M/s. Palladium Constructions Pvt. Ltd &
   Platinum Hospitality Services Pvt. Ltd., (SEIAA 152 CON 2011).

     Name of the Applicant: -           Sri. S. S. Vasan, AVP.
       M/s. Palladium Constructions Pvt. Ltd have applied for EC from SEIAA for their
    revised and proposed residential apartment project at Survey Nos: Property ID. No.
    14-1-1 (City Survey site No. 134 to 139), Dr. Rajkumar Road, Rajajinagar, Bangalore
    under 8(a) of schedule of EIA Notification, 2006 under category-B requiring EC
    from SEIAA. Total project cost: Rs. 530.72 Crores. Project comes under BBMP. The
    project site had 2 existing buildings which have been demolished and debris will
    be used for leveling.
      The earlier project proposal was considered in the SEAC meeting held on
    11.11.2011 and the Committee decided to issue ToRs for the preparation of the EIA.
    ToRs were issued on 30.11.2011. However, the project proponent has come up with
    a revised proposal and has submitted Revised Form -1 & 1A on 05.12.2011.The
    comparative details of the earlier and revised proposal are as under:




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     Sl.
            Description           Previous proposal          Revised proposal
     No.
      1  Activity               Apartment & Villas     Apartment
      2  Total plot area        67,726.32 Sqm          Remains same
         Total built up         2,61,254.10 Sqm        1,37,175.64 Sqm
      3
         area
      4  Total No of Units   853 units and 19 villas 518 units only.
         Number of blocks    8 blocks, villas & 3 5 blocks (Block 1, 2 &3         with
                             club houses             3B+G+30 and Block 4          & 5
      5                                              with B+G+20) and 2           club
                                                     houses with G &              G+1
                                                     respectively.
           Total    no.   of 1,982 spaces            1,145 spaces
      6
           parking proposed
      7    Investment        690.93 Crores           530.72 Crores
           Water             631 KLD                 364 KLD
      8
           requirement
      9    Sewage            505 KLD                 292 KLD
           STP               300 KLD, 125 KLD & 200 KLD & 125 KLD
      10
                             100 KLD
      11   Power             12,213.19 KVA           6,213.19 KVA
      12   Power backup      5 X 2000 KVA            3 X 2000 KVA

       Soil: Total excavated soil: 26,000 Cum; Backfilling Quantity: 10,000 Cum and
    landscaping quantity: 10,000 Cum and 6000 Cum will be used for hardscaping
    within the project site. Solid Waste: Total generated: 1,096 Kg/day; Organic waste:
    658 Kg/day treated in organic converter and product used as manure. Inorganic
    waste: 438 Kg/day will be sent for recycling.

      Project Surrounding Details: Sankey Tank: 2.2 Km; Bannerghatta National Park:
    25 Km; Other Details: Rain Water Harvesting is proposed.

      The proponent present explained the project. The proponent informed that the
    project is located along Rajkumar road which joins Navarang road on one side and
    Yeshwanthpur on the other side. The Rajkumar road also joins Milk Colony road.
    The existing, projected and modified LoS of Rajkumar road is E- >F- >F (Navarang
    road), D->F->F (Yeshwanthpur road) and B-C&D (Milk Colony road).

       After deliberation, the Committee decided to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
    for issue of environmental clearance after obtaining social commitment plan from
    the proponent for Rs. 25 Lakhs, as committed by him.

     Action to be taken:    Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
                            after obtaining the above information from the
                            proponent.


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4. Construction Project: “Residential Building” at Sy.No. 69, Ananthpura Village,
   Yelahanka Hobli, Bangalore North of M/s. GK Lake view. (SEIAA 153 CON 2011).

         Name of the Applicant: -      Mr. Goutham Naidu
           M/s. Lake View have applied for EC from SEIAA for their new proposed
   “residential Building” at Sy. No.69, Ananthpura Village, Yelahanka Hobli,
   Bangaluru North Bangalore. Under Schedule No 8(b) of EIA Notification, 2006. Total
   project cost: Rs. 24.50 Crores. Project comes under residential areas as per the CDP of
   BBMP.
        Project Details: (a) Land: Total plot area: 8605.70 Sqm; Total built up area:
   27429.70 Sqm The project consists of 200 Units residential flats having Basement +
   Ground Floor + 4 Upper Floors(b) Greenery: Landscape area: 3604.116 Sqm; (29.3%):
   (c) Water Requirement: Total water requirement is 135 KLD sourced from BWSSB.
   (d) Soil: Total excavated soil: 17,632.6 Cum; landscaping quantity 1532.6 Cum
   within the project site. Backfilling quantity: 11,800 Cum with extra excavated soil
   filling quantity of 4300 Cum. (e) Sewage: Total quantity generated: 110 KLD treated
   in proposed STP design capacity of 110 KLD; Sludge-35 Kg/day and will be used as
   manure for landscape area. (f) Solid waste: Total generated: 600 Kg/day; organic
   waste of 360 Kg/day, Inorganic waste of 140 Kg/day will be sent for recycling. (g)
   Power Requirement: Total Requirement: 450 KVA from BESCOM; Power Backup
   320 KVA of 2 Nos. (h) Parking: 232 Numbers.
    Project surrounding Details: Lakes: Attur Lake- 0.7 km; Puttenahalli Kere- 2.5 km;
   Yelahanka -7 Kms, Bangalore International Airport- 13 Kms, Situated in Greater
   Bangalore City -10 Kms. Other details: Rain Water Harvesting proposed.
      The subject was placed in the 77th SEAC meeting held on 2/3.12.2011 and the
   subject was deferred since the project documents were not circulated to the members.

       The proponent present explained the project. The proponent informed the
    following:

             BBMP nursery is abutting the property.
             NoC from BWS&SB obtained.
             There is no UGD facility.
             The project is located near Anathpur road which connects to
              Doddaballapur main road on one side and Anathpur road on the other
              side. The existing LoS of Anathpur road is “A”. The projected and
              modified LoS of Anathpur road is C-C. The projected and modified LoS of
              Doddaballapur main road is C-C (road towards Doddaballapur) and D-D
              (road towards Yelahanka).

      The Committee requested the proponent to submit alternatives for disposal of
   excess treated water in the absence of sewer line and 20 KLD of water for
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       After deliberation, the Committee decided to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
   for issue of environmental clearance after obtaining the following information from
   the proponent.
          1. Alternatives for disposal of excess treated water in the absence of sewer
             line.
          2. Realistic disposal of 20 KLD excess treated water.
          3. Enhanced energy savings.
          4. Social commitment for Rs. 3 Lakhs, as committed by the proponent.

    Action to be taken:     Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
                            after obtaining the above information from the
                            proponent.

5. Construction Project: "Canopy Classic", Multi Storied High-rise residential
   Apartment and Commercial Complex at Sy.No.43/3, Banaswadi Village,
   K.R.Puram Hobli, Bangalore East-560043, Bangalore of M/s. Canopy Estates (P)
   Ltd. (SEIAA 173 CON 2011).
     Name of the Applicant: -              Sri. Iqbal Hussain D.B

      M/s. Canopy Estates Private Limited have applied for EC from SEIAA for their
    new proposed "Canopy Classic", Multi Storied High-Rise Residential Apartment
    and Commercial Complex project at Sy.No.43/3, Banaswadi Village, K.R.Puram
    Hobli, Bangalore East, Bangalore under 8(a) of Schedule of EIA Notification, 2006
    under category-B requiring EC from SEIAA. Total project cost: Rs. 40 Crores. The
    proposed residential apartment project site is a non cultivated vacant land which is
    converted to residential and commercial.
        Project Details: (a) Land: Total plot area: 9039 Sqm; Total built up area: 23286.15
    Sqm. The project consists of 183 residential flats in 3 blocks of Basement Floor +
    Stilt & 9 upper Floors & commercial complex. (b) Greenery: Landscape area: 2720
    Sqm (30% of plot area). (c) Water Requirement: Total water requirement is 115 KLD
    (fresh water 80 KLD & recycled water 35 KLD); Source of water: BWSSB. (d) Soil:
    Total excavated soil: 27200 Cum; soil refilling at foundation level is 8700 cum, soil
    filling around the site to formation level is 10000 cum and balance soil of 8500cum
    will be send to low laying areas as per farmers request. (e) Sewage: Total quantity
    generated: 90 KLD, treated in proposed STP of design capacity 100 KLD; Sludge
    generated: 52.5 Kg/day used as manure. (f) Solid Waste: Total generated: 840
    Kg/day; Organic waste will be treated in Bio converter and product used as
    manure. Inorganic waste will be sent for recycling. (g) Power Requirement: Total
    Requirement: 250 KVA from BESCOM; Power Backup: 1X250 KVA DG sets (h)
    Parking: 230 Numbers.

      Project Surrounding Details: Banaswadi – 1Kms; KR Puram Railway Station–
    3Kms; Devanahalli International Airport – 25Kms; Other Details: Rain Water
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       The proponent present explained the project. The proponent informed the
    following:
              NoC from BWS&SB obtained for water supply.
              UGD exists.
      The Committee suggested that the project proponent may adopt higher
   technology for STP. After deliberation, the Committee decided to recall the
   proponent for presentation after obtaining the following information.
          1.   Traffic management study.
          2.   Landscape plan.
          3.   Details of STP.
          4.   Revised water balance chart.
          5.   Contour details along with map.
          6.   Plan for disposal of excess excavated earth.
          7.   Social commitment plan for Rs. 5 Lakhs, as committed by the proponent.
      Action to be taken:          Secretary, SEAC to obtain the above information and
                                   recall the proponent for the presentation before the
                                   SEAC.
6. Construction Project: “2 wheeler manufacturing plant” at Sy. No. 12P, 13P, 14P,
   17P, 30, 31, 32, 33P, 34P, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42P, 52P, 53P, 54P, 84P, 85, 86P, 87P
   and 104, Karinayakanahalli Village, Malur Taluk, Kolar District of M/s. Honda
   Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd., (SEIAA 174 CON 2011).

      Name of the Applicant: -              Sri. Pradeep Pattanath.
      M/s. Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. have applied for EC from
    SEIAA for their new proposed 2 –wheeler manufacturing plant at Survey Nos: 12P,
    13P, 14P, 17P, 30,31, 32, 33P, 34P, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42P, 52P, 53P, 54P, 84P, 85,
    86P, 87P & 104, Karinayakanahalli Village, Malur Taluk, Kolar District (Land
    purchased from KIADB vide possession certificate dated: 28.09.2011) under 8(a) of
    schedule of EIA Notification, 2006 under category-B requiring EC from SEIAA.
    Total project cost: Rs. 1350 Crores. The total production capacity of the plant is 1.2
    million/year (2 -wheeler). Number of wells to be drilled is 6.
      Project Details: (a) Land: Total plot area: 3,88,512 Sqm (96 Acres); Total built up
    area: 1,48,000 Sqm (36.6 Acres). (b) Water Requirement: Total water requirement is
    2500 KLD; Source of water: public water supply. (c) STP of design capacity 400
    KLD and ETP of 2 Nos X 340 KLD capacity; Sludge generated: - 30 Kg/day used as
    manure. (d) Solid Waste: Industrial Wastes: sheet metal scrap – 6000 TPA, metal
    chips: 3000 TPA, grinding waste: 72 TPA, lube oil & grease containers: 180 KL/yr,
    paint containers: 264 TPA and organic waste: 1920 TPA sent to poultry as feed. (e)
    Power Requirement: Total Requirement: 4.8 MW from KPTCL; Power Backup: 3 X
    2000 KVA DG sets.
      Project Surrounding Details: (Bangalore –Hydarabad) NH-4: 4.2 Km; Malur –
    10.9 Km; Shivarapatna Lake – 7 Km. Other Details: Rain Water Harvesting is
    proposed.
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       The proponent present explained the project. The proponent informed the
    following:
             The entire project area is purchased from KIADB.
             There is no manufacturing and only assembly.
             Propane and gasoline are stored and comes under controller of explosives.
             Paint shop areas are there.
             There are 6 existing borewells and another 6 are proposed to be drilled.
              Yield assessment not done.
             Heavy metals are found in the effluent.
             This is a zero discharge industry.
             Malur is in notified grey area and they have applied for CGWA clearance.
       The Committee considered this project as construction project only and observed
    that the project proponent has to obtain the necessary approvals from the competent
    authorities. The Committee suggested the proponent to adopt MBR technology for
    STP instead of conventional technology. After deliberation, the Committee decided
    to recommend the proposal to SEIAA for issue of environmental clearance after
    obtaining the following information from the proponent with a condition that the
    project proponent shall obtain necessary clearances from competent authorities.
              1.   Land use details along with percentage.
              2.   Landscape plan.
              3.   Details of excavated earth disposal.
              4.   Social commitment plan with name of the work, budget and time
                   frame.
     Action to be taken:     Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
                             after obtaining the above information from the
                             proponent.

                                       7th January 2012
                            Members present in the meeting:
               1      Dr. S. Ganjigatti                   -       Chairman
               2      Dr. S.K. Gali                       -       Member
               3      Dr. B. S. Jai Prakash               -       Member
               4      Dr. Usha. N. Murthy                 -       Member
               5      Dr. S. Suryaprakash                 -       Member
               6      Dr. G. Srinikethan                  -       Member
               7      Dr. Ravikumar B. N.                 -       Member
               8      Sri. M.B. Girish                    -       Member
               9      Dr. M.H.Balakrishnaiah              -       Secretary

      Secretary, SEAC welcomed the Chairman and the members present.




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Agenda-7: New Proposals:
C. Other new Projects for Presentation & Appraisal (continued):
1. Construction Project: “Brigade Residential Development” at Sy.Nos. 51
   (Municipal No.67/51), K.Narayanapura Village, Krishnarajapuram Hobli,
   Bangalore East Taluk, Bangalore of M/s. Brigade Enterprises Ltd. (SEIAA 175
   CON 2011).
     Name of the Applicant: -            Sri. Dinesh Dubey

      M/s. Brigade Enterprises Ltd., have applied for EC from SEIAA for their new
    proposed “Brigade residential” project at Survey Nos: 51, (Muncipal No. 67/51),
    K. Narayanapura Village, Krishnarajapuram Hobli, Bangalore East           Taluk,
    Bangalore under 8(a) of schedule of EIA Notification, 2006 under category-B
    requiring EC from SEIAA. Total project cost: Rs. 83 Crores. Project comes within
    Bangalore City Limits. The land is converted for non-agricultural residential
    purpose by the Local Planning Authority.
       Project Details: (a) Land: Total plot area: 13,354.52 Sqm; Total built up area:
    51,762.78 Sqm. The project consists of 277 flats with Basement + Ground + 14
    Upper Floors and a club house. (b) Greenery: Landscape area: 4,551.45 Sqm (33% of
    plot area). (c) Water Requirement: Total water requirement is 198 KLD; Source of
    water: BWSSB. (d) Soil: Total excavated soil: 24,500 Cum; Backfilling Quantity:
    5,300 Cum and landscaping quantity: 3,600 Cum within the project site. Filling
    Low lying area: 3500cum; Road Contractors- 12100cum; (e) Sewage: Total quantity
    generated: 158.4KLD, treated in proposed STP of design capacity 160 KLD; Sludge
    generated: 10 Kg/day used as manure. (f) Solid Waste: Total generated: 622
    Kg/day; Organic waste: 311 Kg/day treated in organic converter and product used
    as manure. Inorganic waste: 311 Kg/day will be sent for recycling. (g) Power
    Requirement: Total Requirement: 2000 KVA from BESCOM; Power Backup: 1X250
    KVA ,1X380 KVA,1 X500 KVA DG sets (h) Parking: 306 Numbers.

       Project Surrounding Details: Banasawadi Railway Station- 8 Km; Bangalore
    International Airpor-25 Km. Hennur- Bagalur Main Road- 1.5km; Other Details:
    Rain Water Harvesting is proposed.
       The proponent present and explained the project. The proponent informed that
    totally 99 trees will be cut and no tree will be retained. After deliberation, the
    Committee decided to recommend the proposal to SEIAA for issue of environmental
    clearance after obtaining the following information from the proponent with a
    condition that the proponent should use BWS&SB water only.
         1.   MoU between the authorized road development contractor and the project
              proponent for use of excavated earth along with disposal plan.
         2.   Land use pattern giving ground coverage, greenery, paved area etc.
         3.   Traffic management studies along with dated peak hour traffic density
              photographs.
         4.   Social commitment plan for Rs. 8 Lakhs, as committed by the proponent.

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    Action to be taken:      Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
                             after obtaining the above information from the
                             proponent.

2. Construction Project: "Shriram Suhaana Proposed Residential Apartment" at
   Sy.No. 70/1, 70/2, 75/1, 75/2, 75/3, 77/1, 75/4, 75/6, 75/8 and 76, Horohalli Village,
   Yelahanka Hobli, Bangalore North Taluk, Bangalore Urban District of
   M/s. Shriprop Housing Pvt. Ltd. (SEIAA 178 CON 2011).

     Name of the Applicant: -             Sri. Raghavendra.

      M/s. Shriprop Housing Pvt. Ltd. have applied for EC from SEIAA for their new
    proposed residential project “Shriram Suhaana” at Survey Nos: 70/1, 70/2, 75/1,
    75/2, 75/3, 77/1, 75/4, 75/6, 75/8 & 76, Horohalli Village, Yelahanka Hobli,
    Bangalore North Taluk, Bangalore under 8(a) of schedule of EIA Notification, 2006
    under category-B requiring EC from SEIAA. Total project cost: Rs. 128 Crores.
    Project comes under BBMP. The project site comes in residential zone of CDP. Land
    conversion obtained from DC office.

      Project Details: (a) Land: Total plot area: 37,129.60 Sqm; Total built up area:
    98,387.98 Sqm. The project consists of 581flats in block A & B with B+G+14 UF &
    Block C with Stilt+ 13 UF. (b) Greenery: Landscape area: 12,252.76 Sqm (33% of plot
    area). (c) Water Requirement: Total water requirement is 393 KLD; Source of
    water: BWS&SB. (d) Soil: Total excavated soil: 12,500 Cum; Backfilling Quantity:
    2500 Cum and landscaping quantity: 10,000 Cum within the project site. (e)
    Sewage: Total quantity generated: 315KLD, treated in proposed STP of design
    capacity 325 KLD; (f) Solid Waste: Total generated: 1162 Kg/day; Organic waste:
    698 Kg/day treated in bio convertor and product used as manure. Inorganic waste:
    464 Kg/day will be sent for recycling. (g) Power Requirement: Total Requirement:
    3000 KVA from BESCOM; Power Backup: 1 X 1250 KVA DG sets (h) Parking: 651
    Numbers.

      Project Surrounding Details: Puttenahalli Lake- 3 Km; Yelahanka Lake- 3.5
    km.Km. Other Details: Rain Water Harvesting is proposed.

      The proponent present and explained the project. After deliberation, the
    Committee decided to recommend the proposal to SEIAA for issue of
    environmental clearance after obtaining the following information from the
    proponent.
          1. Details of cutting and filling of soil along with disposal plan.
          2. Dated peak hour traffic density photographs.
          3. Social commitment plan for Rs. 10 Lakhs, as committed by the proponent.

    Action to be taken:      Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
                             after obtaining the above information from the
                             proponent.

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3. Construction of Logistic Hub at Sy. Nos. 43, 48, 78, 3, 85, 108, 109, 110, 113 (Old
   No.42), 31/1, 41/1A, 41/1B, 41/1C, 41/2, 41/3, 41/4, 45/1, 46/1A, 46/2, 47/1, 47/2, 47/3,
   47/4, 47/F2, 49/2, 50/1, 50/2, 50/3A, 50/3B, 50/3C, 50/4, 50/5, 50/6, 50/7A, 50/7B, 51/1,
   51/2, 51/3, 51/4, 52/1, 52/2, 53/1, 53/2, 54/1, 54/2, 54/3, 55/1, 55/2, 55/3, 57/A, 58/1, 58/3,
   58/4, 73/4, 73/5, 74/1A, 74/1B, 79/2, 79/3, Nandihalli Village, Urdgere Hobli,
   Tumkur District of M/s. Reliance Prolific Traders Pvt. Ltd. (SEIAA 187 CON 2011)

      Name of the Applicant: -                  Sri.   D.Y. Muralidhara Rao, Vice
                                                President
       M/s. Reliance Prolific Traders Pvt. Ltd. have applied for EC from SEIAA for their
    new proposed construction of logistics hub project at Survey Nos: 43, 48, 78, 83, 85,
    108, 109, 110, 113 (old No. 42), 31/1, 41/1A, 41/1B, 41/1C, 41/2, 41/3, 41/4, 45/1,
    46/1A, 46/2, 47/1, 47/2, 47/3, 47/4, 47/F2, 49/2, 50/1, 50/2, 50/3A, 50/3B, 50/3C,
    50/450/5, 50/6, 50/7A, 50/7B, 51/1, 51/2, 51/3, 51/4, 52/1, 52/2, 53/1, 53/2, 54/1,
    54/2, 54/3, 55/1, 55/2, 55/3, 57/A, 58/1, 58/2, 58/3, 58/4, 73/4, 73/5, 74/1A,
    74/1B, 79/2, 79/3, Nandihalli Village, Urdgere Hobli, Tumkur District under 8(a)
    of schedule of EIA Notification, 2006 under category-B requiring EC from SEIAA.
    Total project cost: Rs. 409.7 Crores.
       Project Details: (a) Land: Total plot area: 5,59,912.5 Sqm; Total built up area:
    94,721.5 Sqm. (b) Greenery: Landscape area: 58,563.44 Sqm (10.45% of plot area). (c)
    Water Requirement: Total water requirement is 654- KLD out of which 100 KLD
    from Hirehalli Grama Panchayat water supply. The balance is met by own
    borewells located within the site; (d) Soil: Total excavated soil: 727000 Cum;
    Backfilling Quantity: 531000 Cum and landscaping quantity: 124000 Cum;
    weathered rock: 72,000 Cum, within the project site. (e) Sewage: Total quantity
    generated: 302KLD, treated in proposed 3 STPs of design capacity 60 KLD each
    installed in phases and a waste water treatment plant of 302 KLD will be installed
    on full scale operation of the facility; Sludge generated: 20 Kg/day used as manure.
    (f) Solid Waste: Total generated: 500 Kg/day; Organic waste: 135 Kg/day treated
    in organic convertor and product used as manure. Inorganic waste: 365 Kg/day
    will be sent for recycling. (g) Power Requirement: Total Requirement: 1900 KVA
    from BESCOM; Power Backup: 2 X 1000 KVA DG sets.

       Project Surrounding Details: BIAL- 76; Hirehalli Railway station – 1 Km; Tumkur
    – 16 Km; Nandihalli Lake. Other Details: Rain Water Harvesting is proposed. Note:
    existing site has a nallah leading to Nandihalli tank.

       The proponent present explained the entire project. The proponent informed that
    there are 7 existing borewells with good and sufficient yield. The Committee
    suggested the proponent to make sure that they have adequate recharging facility
    also apart from rain water storage in tanks. The proponent informed that the level
    difference is 6 m in the project site and a rajakaluve passes through the project
    which will be retained and maintained as per the norms. The Committee also
    suggested that non biodegradable waste can be sold to authorized recyclers instead
    of handing it over to the Panchayat for scientific disposal.

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       After deliberation, the Committee decided to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
    for issue of environmental clearance after obtaining the following information from
    the proponent.
          1.   Contour map indicating the RLs.
          2.   Section of the recharge pits.
          3.   Dated peak hour traffic density photographs.
          4.   Social commitment plan for Rs. 40 Lakhs, as committed by the proponent.

    Action to be taken:      Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
                             after obtaining the above information from the
                             proponent.

4. Construction Project: "KUL Ecovale Residential Township" at Sy.No. 35, 36, 37, 44,
   45, 46, 47,48, 51, 53, 55, 57, Gangasandra Village, Kengeri Hobli, Bangalore South
   Taluk, Bangalore of M/s. KUL Urban Development Pvt. Ltd. (SEIAA 188 CON
   2011).
     Name of the Applicant: -               Sri. Venkat Krishna, H.P.
       M/s. KUL Urban Development Pvt. Ltd., have applied for EC from SEIAA for
    their new proposed residential township “KUL Ecovale” project at Survey Nos: 35,
    36, 37, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 51, 53, 55, 57, Gangasandra Village, Kengeri Hobli,
    Bangalore South Taluk, Bangalore under 8(a) of schedule of EIA Notification, 2006
    under category-B requiring EC from SEIAA. Total project cost: Rs. 30 Crores.
    Project comes outside BBMP. The land has been approved for conversions to
    residential purpose from green belt vide G.O. dated: 29.01.2010 & 14.5.2010. The
    project site consists of 3270 trees and trees coming within the building are cut and
    others retained.

       Project Details: (a) Land: Total plot area: 2,72,933.09 Sqm; Total built up area:
    1,02,061.24 Sqm. The project consists of 149 residential plots, 341 villas and 2 club
    house. (b) Greenery: Landscape area: 93779.08 Sqm (34.36 % of plot area). (c) Water
    Requirement: Total water requirement is 364 KLD of which fresh water
    requirement is 243 KLD; Source of water: KUWS&DB/Village Panchayat. (d)
    Soil: Total excavated soil: 750 Cum and used for backfilling within the project site.
    (e) Sewage: Total quantity generated: 291 KLD, treated in proposed STP of design
    capacity 350 KLD with MBR technology; Sludge generated: 17.5 Kg/day used as
    manure. (f) Solid Waste: Total generated: 1212 Kg/day; Organic waste: 484 Kg/day
    treated in biogas convertor (SERIGAS Plant) and product used as gas for villas &
    club house. Inorganic waste: 728 Kg/day will be sent for recycling. (g) Power
    Requirement: Total Requirement: 4386 KW from BESCOM; Power Backup: 2 X 250
    KVA DG sets.

       Project Surrounding Details: Bannerghatta National Park – 20 Kms; Agara Lake –
    2 Kms.
      Other Details: Rain Water Harvesting is proposed; soil exploration report
    submitted; NOC from KUWS&DB and Gram Panchayat obtained.

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       The proponent present explained the project. The proponent informed the
    following:
             The level difference is 12.5 m from S-NW.
             About 3270 trees are existing out of which 1337 are cut and 1667 are
              proposed to be transplanted.
             NOC obtained from KUW&SB.
             The project site is located near to BMIC road (NICE road). The project site
              is located on BGS International School road which connects Gonipur road
              on one side and Kannakapur road on the other side. The Gonipur road
              connects Bidadi on one side and Mysore road on other side. The existing,
              projected and modified LoS of BGS International School road is A-A-A.
              The same of Gonipur road is A-A-B.
       The Committee suggested the proponent to enhance the plantation of trees in the
    project. After deliberation, the Committee decided to recommend the proposal to
    SEIAA for issue of environmental clearance after obtaining social commitment plan
    from the proponent for Rs. 3 Lakhs as committed by him.
    Action to be taken:      Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
                             after obtaining the above information from the
                             proponent.

5. Construction Project: "SJR Avelon Proposed Residential Apartment" at Sy.no.212
   (Old No. 21 A) and 216 Doddanekundi Village, K.R.Puram Hobli, Bangalore east
   Taluk, Bangalore of M/s. SJR Enterprises, (SEIAA 189 CON 2011).

     Name of the Applicant: -            Sri. Touseef Amed (Authorized)
       M/s. SJR Enterprises have applied for EC from SEIAA for their new proposed
    residential project “SJR Avelon” at Survey Nos: 212 and No. 216 of Doddenekundi
    Village, K. R. Puram Hobli, Bangalore East Taluk, Bangalore under 8(a) of schedule
    of EIA Notification, 2006 under category-B requiring EC from SEIAA. Total project
    cost: Rs. 60 Crores. Project comes under BBMP. The site falls in CDP of BBMP.
       Project Details: (a) Land: Total plot area: 17,628.55 Sqm; Total built up area:
    58,593.43 Sqm. The project consists of 389 flats with B+G+9UF. (b) Greenery:
    Landscape area: 8,311.41 Sqm (29.3% of plot area). (c) Water Requirement: Total
    water requirement is 262.575 KLD of which fresh water requirement is 183 KLD;
    Source of water: BWS&SB. (d) Soil: Total excavated soil: 13,500 Cum; Backfilling
    Quantity: 12,000 Cum and landscaping quantity: 1500 Cum within the project site.
    (e) Sewage: Total quantity generated: 210 KLD, treated in proposed STP of design
    capacity 210 KLD; Sludge generated: 23 Kg/day used as manure. (f) Solid Waste:
    Total generated: 1131.8 Kg/day; Organic waste: 694.8 Kg/day treated in bio
    converter and product used as manure. Inorganic waste: 437 Kg/day will be sent
    for recycling. (g) Power Requirement: Total Requirement: 1350 KVA from
    BESCOM; Power Backup: 3 X 320 KVA DG sets (h) Parking: 442 Numbers.

       Project Surrounding Details: Bannerghatta National Park; Ragihalli reserve
    forest- 7 Km; Doddanakundi Lake: 1.8 km; Mahadevapur Lake: 1.9 km,
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    Chinnapannahalli Lake: 2.4 km; Whitefield Lake: 1.7 km, Varthur Kere: 6.5 km; ;
    mention is made of the Garve Bhavi Palya Lake, Parappana Agarhara Tank, Kudlu
    Kere, Hosa Lake and Singasandra Lake in the application. Other Details: Rain
    Water Harvesting is proposed.
      The proponent present explained the project. The proponent informed that the
    project site is located 0.5 km from ITPL Main road (Whitefield –Marathalli). The
    existing, projected and modified LoS of ITPL Main road is C->F->F.
       After deliberation, the Committee decided to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
    for issue of environmental clearance after obtaining the following information from
    the proponent.
        1.   BWS&SB clearance for water supply.
        2.   Agreement with landlord for disposal of excess excavated earth.
        3.   Section of recharge pits.
        4.   Realistic water balance chart.
        5.   Social commitment plan for Rs. 5 Lakhs, as committed by the proponent.
    Action to be taken:      Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
                             after obtaining the above information from the
                             proponent.

6. Construction Project: “Residential Apartments” at Municipal No.4, Bannerghatta
   Road, (earlier bearing old Sy.No. 35/1, 35/2 and 35/3, byrasandra Village,
   Uttarahalli Hobli), Bangalore South Taluk, Bangalore of M/s. Sobha Developers
   Ltd. (SEIAA 190 CON 2011).
     Name of the Applicant: -            Sri. Ashok Kumar. Sr. Vice President.
      M/s. Sobha Developers Limited have applied for EC from SEIAA for their new
    proposed residential project at Municipal No.4, Bannerghatta Road, (old Sy.No.
    35/1, 35/2 and 35/3) Bangalore South Taluk, Bangalore under 8(b) of schedule of
    EIA Notification, 2006 under category-B requiring EC from SEIAA. Total project
    cost: Rs.130 Crores. Project comes under BBMP area.
       Project Details: (a) Land: Total plot area: 12054.19 Sqm (Vacant land); Total built
    up area: 36042.02 Sqm & 16697.6 Sqm Basement. The project consists of 146 flats
    with 2 Blocks having 2 Basements + Ground Floor and 9 upper Floors. (b) Greenery:
    Landscape area: 3977.82 Sqm (33% of plot area). (c) Water Requirement: Total water
    requirement is 143 KLD; Source of water: -BWSSB. (d) Soil: Total excavated soil:
    57,362 Cum; Backfilling Quantity: 22,800 Cum and landscaping quantity: 1127.50
    Cum within the project site. (e) Sewage: Total quantity generated: 128.7 KLD,
    treated in proposed STP of design capacity 140 KLD; Sludge generated: - 28
    Kg/day used as manure. (f) Solid Waste: Total generated: 430.20 Kg/day; Organic
    waste: 258.12 Kg/day treated in organic convertor and product used as manure.
    Inorganic waste: 172.08 Kg/day will be sent for recycling. (g) Power Requirement:
    Total Requirement: 2201 KW from BESCOM; Power Backup: 1X380 KVA, 1X630
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       Project Surrounding Details: HAL Airport – 10Kms, Byrasandra Lake – 2Kms,
    Ejipura Army Centre – 8Kms, Lalbagh Lake – 8Kms, Madiwala Lake – 6 Kms, Iblur
    Training Centre – 10Kms. Other Details: Rain Water Harvesting is proposed. NoC
    from BWSSB obtained. Soil investigation report submitted. (Revised Form -1 & 1A
    submitted on 08/12/2011).
       The proponent present explained the project. The proponent informed the
    following:
             Level difference in the project site is 1.91 m.
             NOC obtained from BWS&SB.
             The project site is located along Bannerghatta road (Bannerghatta National
              Park-Bangalore City). The existing, projected and modified LoS of
              Bannerghatta road is D->F->F (road towards Bannerghatta National Park)
              and E->F->F (road towards Bangalore City).
    After deliberation, the Committee decided to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
    for issue of environmental clearance after obtaining the social commitment plan
    from the proponent for Rs. 10 Lakhs as committed by him.
    Action to be taken:      Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
                             after obtaining the above information from the
                             proponent.
7. Construction Project: "Keerthi Chalet Residential Apartment" at Sy.No.9 and 10,
   Horamavu Village, Bangalore East Taluk, Bangalore of M/s. Keerthi Estates.
   (SEIAA 191 CON 2011).
     Name of the Applicant: -             Sri. Ramgopal Reddy.
      M/s. Keerthi Estates (P) Ltd has applied for EC from SEIAA for their new
    proposed residential project at Survey Nos: Sy. No. 9 & 10, Horamavu Village, KR
    Puram Hobli, Bangalore East Taluk, Bangalore under 8(a) of schedule of EIA
    Notification, 2006 under category-B requiring EC from SEIAA. Total project cost:
    Rs. 32.50 Crores. Project comes under BBMP. The site is a designated residential
    main zone as per RMP-2015 of BDA & land conversion obtained from DC office.

       Project Details: (a) Land: Total plot area: 12,023.59 Sqm; Total built up area:
    28,694.98 Sqm. The project consists of 200 flats with B+G+4UF. (b) Greenery:
    Landscape area: 3967.79 Sqm (33% of plot area). (c) Water Requirement: Total water
    requirement is 135 KLD of which fresh water requirement is 105 KLD; Source of
    water: BWS&SB. (d) Soil: Total excavated soil: 12,624.75 Cum reused within the
    project site for backfilling and landscaping. (e) Sewage: Total quantity generated:
    108 KLD, treated in proposed STP of design capacity 120 KLD; Sludge generated:
    5.5 Kg/day used as manure. (f) Solid Waste: Total generated: 500 Kg/day; Organic
    waste: 300 Kg/day treated in bio convertor and product used as manure. Inorganic
    waste: 200 Kg/day will be sent for recycling. (g) Power Requirement: Total
    Requirement: 809 KW from BESCOM; Power Backup: 1 X 580 KVA DG sets (h)
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       Project Surrounding Details: Horamavu Agara Lake: 1.5 km; Beneganahalli Lake
    – 4.2 km; Doddanekunadi Lake: 7.4 km; Horamavu Village; 1.4 km. Other Details:
    Rain Water Harvesting is proposed.
       The proponent present explained the project. The proponent informed that there
    is no water bodies within 500 m radius and he also informed that the project site is
    connected to Devamatha School road which connects which joins Horamavu Main
    road (Horamavu- Banasavadi). The existing, projected and modified LoS of
    Horamavu Main road is C-D-D and that of Devamatha School road is A-A-A.
       After deliberation, the Committee decided to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
    for issue of environmental clearance after obtaining the social commitment plan
    from the proponent for Rs. 4 Lakhs as committed by him.

    Action to be taken:      Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
                             after obtaining the above information from the
                             proponent.

8. Construction Project: “Centuri Indus Residential Project” at Sy. No. 62,
   Pattanagere, Kengeri Hobli, Bangalore District of M/s. Vinayaka Builders &
   Developers (SEIAA 192 CON 2011).
     Name of the Applicant: -            Sri. C.J. Balasubramanya, Senior Vice
                                         President
       M/s. Vinayaka Builders & Developers have applied for EC from SEIAA for their
    new proposed residential project “Century Indus” at Survey Nos. 62, Pattanagere,
    Kengeri Hobli, Bangalore under 8(a) of schedule of EIA Notification, 2006 under
    category-B requiring EC from SEIAA. Total project cost: Rs. 37 Crores. Project
    comes under RMP – 2015 of BDA. Wing C and D are already under construction.
       Project Details: (a) Land: Total plot area: 23,747 Sqm; Total built up area: 49,850
    Sqm. The project consists of 451 flats with in 2 Blocks (5 wings) of Basement Floor +
    Ground Floor + 15 Upper Floors. (b) Greenery: Landscape area: 6539.18 Sqm
    (27.53% of plot area). (c) Water Requirement: Total water requirement is 374 KLD;
    Source of water: BWSSB/Ground water. (d) Soil: Total excavated soil: 23,000
    Cum; reused for Backfilling and landscaping within the project site. (e) Sewage:
    Total quantity generated: 329 KLD, treated in proposed STP of design capacity 330
    KLD (FAB system). (f) Solid Waste: Total generated: 541.2 Kg/day; Organic waste:
    451 Kg/day treated in organic convertor and product used as manure. Inorganic
    waste: 90.2 Kg/day will be sent for recycling. (g) Power Requirement: Total
    Requirement: 2336 KVA from BESCOM; Power Backup: 1X180 KVA, 2X 380KVA &
    1X125KVA DG sets (h) Parking: 527 Numbers.
       Project Surrounding Details: HAL Airport – 20Kms, Kengeri Lake -5Kms,
    Sreenivasapura Lake -4.90 Kms, Hosakerehalli Lake -6Kms, Uttarahalli Lake –
    5.7Kms, Other Details: Rain Water Harvesting is proposed. NoC from BWSSB
    obtained. Geotechnical Investigation Report submitted.
       The proponent present explained the project. The proponent informed that the
    level difference in the project site is 17 m. The proponent informed that the project

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    site is located along Kenchenahalli road (Srinivasapur cross road- Pattandkere). The
    site can also be accessed from Srinivaspur cross road (Uttarahalli- Kengeri). The
    existing, projected and modified LoS of these two roads are B-C-B and D- >F- >F.
       After deliberation, the Committee decided to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
    for issue of environmental clearance after obtaining the following information from
    the proponent.
          1.   Enhanced number of trees for greenery.
          2.   Enhanced power savings.
          3.   Clarification regarding higher CoD values in raw sewage.
          4.   Excavated earth disposal plan.
          5.   Social commitment plan for Rs. 5 Lakhs, as committed by the proponent.
    Action to be taken:      Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
                             after obtaining the above information from the
                             proponent.

9. Construction Project: “Educational Institution of New Horizon Educational &
   Cultural Trust” at Sy.No.14 (New 48, 49, 51), 39, 40, 41 and 42, Kadubisanahalli,
   Varthur Hobli, Bangalore East Taluk of New Horizon Educational & Cultural
   Trust. (SEIAA 193 CON 2011).
     Name of the Applicant: -             Sri.  Mohan       Manghnani,      Managing
                                          Trustee.

      M/s. New Horizon Educational & Cultural Trust have applied for EC from
   SEIAA for their new proposed educational and hostel building project at Sy.No.14
   (New 48, 49, 51), 39, 40, 41 and 42, Kadubisanahalli, Varthur Hobli, Bangalore East
   Taluk, Bangalore under 8(a) of schedule of EIA Notification, 2006 under category-B
   requiring EC from SEIAA. Total project cost: Rs.76.34 Crores. Project comes under
   BBMP. Land conversion obtained from DC office.
      Project Details: (a) Land: Total plot area: 46,032.64 Sqm; Total built up area: 89,822
   Sqm (Existing Building 38,165 Sqm & proposed Building 51,657 Sqm). The existing
   Building consists of 8 Blocks. The proposed Buildings consists of Block – 1 (Girls
   Hostel) with Ground Floor & 5 Upper Floors; Block – 9 (Engineering College &
   Research Center) with Basement Floor + Ground Floor & 7 Upper Floors; Block -10
   (Faculty Block) with Basement Floor + Ground Floor & 5 Upper Floors. (b) Greenery:
   Landscape area: 15,365 Sqm (33.37% of plot area). (c) Water Requirement: Total
   water requirement is 511 KLD of which 306 KLD fresh water; Source of water:
   BWSSB. (d) Sewage: Total quantity generated: 460 KLD, treated in proposed STP of
   design capacity 200KLD (Existing) & 280 KLD proposed with SBR Technology;
   Sludge generated: - 23 Kg/day used as manure. (e) Solid Waste: Total generated:
   2130 Kg/day; Organic waste: 850 Kg/day treated in biogas plant. Inorganic waste:
   1280 Kg/day will be sent for recycling. (f) Power Requirement: Total Requirement:
   39114 KW from BECOM; Power Backup: 8X125 KVA DG sets (g) Parking: 606
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     Project Surrounding Details: BIA- 40Kms, Bellandur Lake – 2 Kms, Varthur Lake –
   3Kms, Bannerghatta National Park – 30Kms, Other Details: Rain Water Harvesting is
   proposed.
      The proponent present explained the project. The proponent informed that there is
    no UGD at present and no bio medical wastes from Biotechnology Department.
       After deliberation, the Committee decided to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
    for issue of environmental clearance after obtaining the following information from
    the proponent.
           i) NOC from BWS&SB.
           ii) Traffic management studies along with dated peak hour traffic density
                photographs.
           iii) Social commitment plan for Rs. 7 Lakhs, as committed by the proponent.
    Action to be taken:      Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
                             after obtaining the above information from the
                             proponent.
10. Construction Project: “Proposed Residential Apartments” at Katha No. 1136/1082,
    Sy. No. 231/1, 231/2(P) and 234/2 (Old Sy. No. 231 and 234), Kadugodi Village,
    Bangalore East Taluk of M/s. Sree Harsha Developers. (SEIAA 194 CON 2011).
     Name of the Applicant: -            Sri. M. Bhaskar Reddy & Y. Sudhakar
                                         Reddy, Partner
      M/s. Sree Harsha Developers have applied for EC from SEIAA for their new
    proposed residential project at Katha No.1136/1082, RE Survey No. 231/1, 231/2(P)
    and 234/2 (Old Sy. No. 231 and 234), Kadugodi Village, Bangalore East Taluk.,
    Bangalore under 8(a) of schedule of EIA Notification, 2006 under category-B
    requiring EC from SEIAA. Total project cost: Rs. 30 Crores. Project comes under
    BBMP area. Land converted by DC.
       Project Details: (a) Land: Total plot area: 9817.19 Sqm vacant land; Total built up
    area: 29,138.33 Sqm. The project consists of 180 flats with Basement Floor + Ground
    Floor + 4 Upper Floors. (b) Greenery: Landscape area: 3619.59 Sqm (36.88% of plot
    area). (c) Water Requirement: Total water requirement is 121.5KLD; Source of
    water: BWSSB. (d) Soil: Total excavated soil: 18,000 Cum; Backfilling Quantity:
    4500 Cum and landscaping quantity: 3700 Cum within the project site; hardscaping
    and formation activity: 4000 Cum. (e) Sewage: Total quantity generated: 97.2 KLD,
    treated in proposed STP of design capacity 100 KLD; Sludge generated: 10Kg/day
    used as manure. (f) Solid Waste: Total generated: 270Kg/day; Organic waste:
    162Kg/day treated in Organic Convertor and product used as manure. Inorganic
    waste: 108Kg/day will be sent for recycling. (g) Power Requirement: Total
    Requirement: 500 KW from BESCOM; Power Backup: 2X250 KVA DG sets (h)
    Parking: 200 Numbers.
       Other Details: The project site is connected to Marathahalli, RR Whitefield Road
    (22.5m wide Road). Rain Water Harvesting is proposed. NoC obtained from
    BWSSB.

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       The proponent present explained the project. The proponent informed that the
    level difference of the project site is 1.08 m; about of 100 numbers of trees are
    proposed to be planted. The Committee advised the proponent to plant native
    species of trees. The project is located along FCI Main road which connects to
    Channasandra Main road on one side and Kadugodi on the other side.
    Channasandra Main road connects Thirumalashettyhalli on one side and
    Whitefield on the other side. The project site is 1 Km away from Channasandra
    Main road. The existing projected and modified LoS of Channasandra Main road is
    B- C-D. The same for FCI Main road is A-B-B.
       After deliberation, the Committee decided to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
    for issue of environmental clearance after obtaining the social commitment plan
    from the proponent for Rs. 5 Lakhs, as committed by him.
    Action to be taken:      Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
                             after obtaining the above information from the
                             proponent.
11. Construction Project: “Proposed Residential Apartments’ at Sy. No. 85/1, 85/2,
    85/3A, 85/3B, 85/4. Rachenahalli Village, Bangalore East Taluk of
    M/s. N. R. Greenwood Construction Pvt. Ltd. (SEIAA 195 CON 2011).
     Name of the Applicant: -            Sri. K. Kiran Singh.

       M/s. N.R. Green Wood Construction (P) Limited has applied for EC from SEIAA
    for their new proposed residential project at Sy. No. 85/1, 85/2, 85/3A, 85/3B,
    85/4. Rachenahalli Village, Bangalore East Taluk, Bangalore under 8(a) of schedule
    of EIA Notification, 2006 under category-B requiring EC from SEIAA. Total project
    cost: Rs.35 Crores. Project comes under BBMP area. Land converted by DC office &
    Plan approved by BBMP.
       Project Details: (a) Land: Total plot area: 12,292.28 Sqm; Total built up area:
    36,940.01 Sqm. The project consists of 112 flats with 2 Blocks having Basement
    Floor + Ground Floor + 7 Upper Floors & Terrace. (b) Greenery: Landscape area:
    5071.7 Sqm (41.26% of plot area). (c) Water Requirement: Total water requirement
    is 75.6 KLD; Source of water BWSSB. (d) Soil: Total excavated soil: 20,000 Cum;
    Reused for Backfilling and landscaping within the project site. (e) Sewage: Total
    quantity generated: 60.48 KLD, treated in proposed STP of design capacity 70 KLD;
    Sludge generated: - 5Kg/day used as manure. (f) Solid Waste: Total generated:
    168.0 Kg/day; Organic waste: 100.8 Kg/day treated in Organic Convertor and
    product used as manure. Inorganic waste: 67.2 Kg/day will be sent for recycling.
    (g) Power Requirement: Total Requirement: 1.5MW from BESCOM; Power Backup:
    2X250 KVA DG sets (h) Parking: 176 Numbers.
      Project Surrounding Details: Lakes: Jakkur Lake – 4.9 km; Allalasandra Lake: 7.9
    km; Amruthahalli Lake- 6.8 km; Rachinahalli Lake – 0.3 km; BIAL – 25Kms. Other
    Details: Rain Water Harvesting is proposed. The project site is connected to Hebbal
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       The proponent present explained the project. The proponent informed that the
    level difference of the project site is 3 m; about of 150 numbers of trees are proposed
    to be planted. The project is located along Mesthripalya road which joins
    Rachenahalli road. This Rachenahalli road connects Thanisandra road on one side
    and Mesthripalya on the other side. The project site is 1.8 Km away from
    Rachenahalli road. Thanisandra road connects ORR on one side and Yelahanka on
    the other side. ORR connects K.R.Puram on one side and Hebbal on the other side.
    The existing projected and modified LoS of ORR is D->F->F (road towards
    K.R.Puram) and C-E-E (road towards Hebbal). The same for Thanisandra road is C-
    E-E (road towards ORR) and D->F->F (road towards Yelahanka). The same for
    Rachenahalli road is C-F-E.
       After deliberation, the Committee decided to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
    for issue of environmental clearance after obtaining the following information from
    the proponent.
       1.   NOC from BWS&SB.
       2.   Excess earth disposal plan with details of the disposal site and MoU.
       3.   Enhance energy savings.
       4.   Social commitment plan for Rs. 3 Lakhs, as committed by the proponent.
    Action to be taken:      Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
                             after obtaining the above information from the
                             proponent.
12. Construction Project: “Proposed Residential Apartments” at Khata No. 10, 51/1,
    51/2, 51/2A, 59/2 and 60/1, Yelenahalli Village, Bangalore South Taluk M/s. SNN
    Builders Pvt. Ltd. (SEIAA 196 CON 2011).

        Name of the Applicant: -              Sri. Shah Sanjay, Director
      M/s. SNN Builders Private Ltd have applied for EC from SEIAA for their new
    proposed residential project at m Khatha Nos. Khata No. 10, 51/1, 51/2, 51/2A,
    59/2 and 60/1, Yelenahalli Village, Bangalore South Taluk, Bangalore under 8(a) of
    schedule of EIA Notification, 2006 under category-B requiring EC from SEIAA.
    Total project cost: Rs.50.00 Crores. Project comes under BBMP; The project land is
    converted Residential purpose through DC. The proponent has submitted revised
    proposal on 05.01.2012 and the details are summarized below:
      Project Details: (a) Land: Total plot area: 22921.40 Sqm(vacant Land); Total built
    up area: 94377.92 Sqm. The project consists of 352 flats in 7 Blocks with B+ Stilt
    + 13 UF and one Club House. (b) Greenery: Landscape area: 8297.54 Sqm (36.2% of
    plot area). (c) Water Requirement: Total water requirement is 237.6 KLD; Source of
    water: BWSSB. (d) Soil: Total excavated soil: 7000 Cum which will be used for
    Backfilling and landscaping within the project site. (e) Sewage: Total quantity
    generated: 190 KLD, treated in proposed STP of design capacity 200 KLD; Sludge
    generated: 10 Kg/day used as manure. (f) Solid Waste: Total generated: 528
    Kg/day; Organic waste: 316.8 Kg/day treated in organic convertor and product
    used as manure. Inorganic waste: 211.2 Kg/day will be sent for recycling. (g) Power


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    Requirement: Total Requirement: 1.5 MW from BESCOM; Power Backup: 2x500
    KVA DG sets (h) Parking: -400 Numbers.

      Project Surrounding Details: the project site connected to NICE Ring Road-
    Bannerghatta Road. Other Details: Rain Water Harvesting is proposed.
       The proponent present explained the project. The proponent informed that UGD
    facility of BWS&SB is existing. The proponent informed that there are 100 trees
    existing in the project site out which 50 are cut and about 300 trees are proposed to
    be planted. The project is located along Begur Koppa road which connects to Begur
    on one side and Bannerghatta road on the other side. The existing, projected and
    modified LoS of Begur Koppa road is B-C-C.
       After deliberation, the Committee decided to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
    for issue of environmental clearance after obtaining the following information from
    the proponent.
          1.   NoC from BWS&SB.
          2.   Excess earth disposal plan with details of the disposal site and MoU.
          3.   Enhance energy savings.
          4.   Social commitment plan for Rs. 5 Lakhs, as committed by the proponent.
    Action to be taken:      Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
                             after obtaining the above information from the
                             proponent.

13. Construction Project: “Proposed Residential Building Phase II” at Sy. Nos. 62/1
    Part, 63/1 Part, 66 Part, 67 Part, 232 Part and 233 Part, Rajapura Jigani Hennagara
    Road, Jigani Hobli, Anekal Taluk, Bangalore of M/s. DLF Homes Rajapura Pvt.
    Ltd. (SEIAA 197 CON 2011).
         Name of the Applicant: -              Col. T. M. ChandraKanth
      M/s. DLF Homes Rajapura Pvt. Ltd., have applied for EC from SEIAA for their
   new proposed residential project at Survey Nos: 62/1, Part, 63/1 Part, 66 Part, 232
   Part & 233 Part of Rajapura, Jigani Hennagara Road, Jigani Hobli Anekal Taluk,
   Bangalore under 8(a) of schedule of EIA Notification, 2006 under category-B
   requiring EC from SEIAA. Total project cost: Rs.144.39 Crores. Project comes under
   residential Zone of Comprehensive Development Plan of BMRDA.
      Project Details: (a) Land: Total plot area: 54772.451 Sqm; Total built up area: -
   1,30,000 Sqm. The project consists of 1080 flats in phase –II with 21 Towers each
   comprising Stilt + 12 Upper floors + Terrace Floor. (b) Greenery: Landscape area:
   13775 Sqm (25.15% of plot area). (c) Water Requirement: Total water requirement is
   813.24 KLD; Source of water: Hennagara Gram Panchyath. (d) Excavated Earth:
   Total excavated soil: 22365 Cum; Backfilling Quantity: 4500 Cum and landscaping
   quantity: 14000 Cum within the project site. (e) Sewage: Total quantity generated:
   350 KLD, treated in proposed STP of design capacity 730 CUMKLD; Sludge
   generated: 36 Kg/day used as manure. (f) Solid Waste: Total generated: 2711
   Kg/day; Organic waste1627 Kg/day treated in organic convertor and product used
   as manure. Inorganic waste: 1084 Kg/day will be sent for recycling. (g) Power
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   Requirement: Total Requirement: 5800 KVA from BESCOM; Power Backup: 2x630
   KVA and 1x 400 KVA & 1x250 KVA DG sets (h) Parking: 1080 Numbers.
     Project Surrounding Details: Hosur Road – 4.5 Km, Bangalore International
   Airport – 40 Km; Jigani – 5.2 Km, Bangalure City – 17 Km; Other Details: Rain Water
   Harvesting is proposed.
      The proponent present explained the project. The proponent informed that the
   environmental clearance from SEIAA was obtained for their earlier proposal for
   construction of residential building vide file No. SEIAA 19 CON 2011 dated:
   30.06.2011 for the plot area of 36,080.78 Sqm. The total built up area is 73,393.60 Sqm.
   The residential building consisted of 696 units in 3 blocks with Ground + 12 Upper
   Floors + Terrace. The proponent informed that this clearances was for phase-I and
   construction work has been taken up. Now they have applied for environmental
   clearance for phase-II of the project. The project is located along Jigani Hennagara
   Link road (12 m/ 18 m wide RoW) which connects to Hennagara Line road on one
   side and Jigani Bommasandra road on the other side. The Jigani Bommasandra
   Industrial road connects Bommasandra/Hosur road on one side and Jigani
   Bannerghatta road on the other side. The existing, projected and modified LoS of 12
   m/ 18 m wide RoW road is A-A-A. The same for Jigani Bommasandra Industrial
   road is C-E-E.
       After deliberation, the Committee decided to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
    for issue of environmental clearance after obtaining the following information from
    the proponent.
           1. Copy of the ground water assessment done earlier.
           2. Rework on reduction of number of recharge pits.
           3. Social commitment plan for Rs. 10 Lakhs, as committed by the proponent.

    Action to be taken:      Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
                             after obtaining the above information from the
                             proponent.

14. Construction Project: "Duo Comforts Residential Apartments" at Sy.No. 83,
    Bilekahalli Village, Begur Hobli, Bangalore South Taluk, Bangalore of M/s. Duo
    Associates (Builders), Pvt. Ltd. (SEIAA 198 CON 2011).
       The subject was deferred as the members informed that the appraisal material
   from the project proponent has not been received and the proponent was also absent
   for the meeting.
15. Construction Project: “GR Sagar Nivas Residential and Commercial Facility” at
    Survey Nos: 13, Naganadhapura Village, Begur Hobli, Bangalore South Taluk,
    Bangalore of M/s. G.R. Constructions. (SEIAA 199 CON 2011).

     Name of the Applicant: -               Sri. R. M. Eshwar Naidu, Partner.
       M/s. G.R. Construction, have applied for EC from SEIAA for their new proposed
    residential and commercial facility project “GR Sagar Nivas” at Survey Nos: 13,
    Naganadhapura Village, Begur Hobli, Bangalore South Taluk, Bangalore under 8(a)
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    of schedule of EIA Notification, 2006 under category-B requiring EC from SEIAA.
    Total project cost: Rs. 35.39 Crores. Project comes under residential zone of the
    CDP. Land conversion obtained from DC office.
       Project Details: (a) Land: Total plot area: 9,813.33 Sqm; Total built up area:
    39,362.29 Sqm (Residential -34,456.42 Sqm & Commercial-4,905.87 Sqm. The project
    consists of 242 residential flats in 2 Blocks with B+G+11 UF and commercial
    facilities with B+G+5 UF. (b) Greenery: Landscape area: 2,845.92 Sqm (33% of plot
    area). (c) Water Requirement: Total water requirement is 187 KLD out of which
    fresh water is 142 KLD; Source of water: BWS&SB. (d) Soil: Total excavated soil:
    20,000 Cum; Backfilling Quantity: 4000 Cum and landscaping quantity: 1500 Cum;
    Paved and Hardscape quantity: 2500 Cum within the project site; excess soil of
    12,000 Cum will be disposed through brick manufacturers. (e) Sewage: Total
    quantity generated: 150 KLD, treated in proposed STP of design capacity 175 KLD;
    Sludge generated: 72 Kg/day used as manure. (f) Solid Waste: Total generated: 607
    Kg/day (Residential – 484 Kg/day & Commercial- 123 KG/day); Organic waste:
    364 Kg/day treated in organic converter and product used as manure. Inorganic
    waste: 243 Kg/day will be sent for recycling. (g) Power Requirement: Total
    Requirement: 1000 KVA from BESCOM; Power Backup: 1 X 160 KVA & 1 X 380
    KVA DG sets (h) Parking: 326 Numbers.
      Project Surrounding Details: Rayasandra Lake: 700 Mts; Hosa Lake- 1 Km;
    Chikka Togur Lake: 2.5 Km; Bannerghatta National Park – 17 Km. Other Details:
    Rain Water Harvesting is proposed. NOC obtained from BWS&SB.
      The proponent present explained the project. The proponent informed that the
   level difference is 1 m in the project site. BWS&SB NoC is obtained. UGD lines are
   being done. Water supply lines are on the main road. The project is well connected
   to Hosur road (NH-7) on one side and Sarjapur road on the other side. Hosur road
   joins Naganathapur –Mico Main road. The existing, projected and modified LoS of
   Sarjapur road is A-C-B and the same for Mico Naganathapur road is A-C-B.
      After deliberation, the Committee decided to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
   for issue of environmental clearance after obtaining the following information from
   the proponent.
          1. NOC from BWS&SB.
          2. Explore the possibility for enhancing the power saving.
          3. Social commitment plan for Rs. 4 Lakhs, as committed by the proponent.
    Action to be taken:      Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
                             after obtaining the above information from the
                             proponent.
16. Construction Project: "Brentwood", Residential Apartment at Sy.No.65/1, 65/2
    and 65/3, Thubarahalli Village, Varthur Hobali, Bangalore East Taluk, Bangalore
    of M/s. Vaswani Estate Developers Private Ltd. (SEIAA 200 CON 2011).

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       M/s. Vaswani Estate Developers Pvt. Ltd. have applied for EC from SEIAA for
    their new proposed residential project “Brentwood” at Survey Nos: 65/1, 65/2 &
    65/3, Thubarahalli Village, Varthur Hobli, Bangalore East Taluk, Bangalore under
    8(a) of schedule of EIA Notification, 2006 under category-B requiring EC from
    SEIAA. Total project cost: Rs. 60.08 Crores. Project comes under BBMP. Land
    conversion obtained from DC office. The project site has 136 trees out of which 11
    trees will be cut and the remaining retained.
       Project Details: (a) Land: Total plot area: 12,848 Sqm; Total built up area:
    41,992.37 Sqm. The project consists of 220 flats in 3 Towers A, B & C with B+G+14
    UF and a club house with G+1 UF. (b) Greenery: Landscape area: 4,368.32 Sqm
    (34% of plot area). (c) Water Requirement: Total water requirement is 184 KLD;
    Source of water: BWS&SB. (d) Soil: Total excavated soil: 16,500 Cum; Backfilling
    Quantity: 5,500 Cum and landscaping quantity: 5,000 Cum within the project site,
    excess soil of 6,000 will be used for road, paved area formation activities within the
    project site. (e) Sewage: Total quantity generated: 148 KLD, treated in proposed STP
    of design capacity 150 KLD; Sludge generated: 54 Kg/day used as manure. (f) Solid
    Waste: Total generated: 542 Kg/day; Organic waste: 325 Kg/day treated in organic
    convertor and product used as manure. Inorganic waste: 217 Kg/day will be sent
    for recycling. (g) Power Requirement: Total Requirement: 1200 KVA from
    BESCOM; Power Backup: 2 X 750 KVA DG sets (h) Parking: 276 Numbers.

     Project Surrounding Details: Thubarahalli Lake- 1.25 Km; Munekolal Lake-1.5
    Km; Varthur Lake – 2 Km; Bannerghatta National Park – 20 Km. Other Details: Rain
    Water Harvesting is proposed.
      The proponent present explained the project. The proponent informed that UGD
    is existing on the main road and the level difference in the project site is 3 m. The
    project site is well connected to Varthur Main road which connects Marathalli on
    one side and Whitefield on the other side. The existing, projected and modified LoS
    for road towards Marathalli is C-E-D. The same for road towards Varthur Kodi is
    C-E-D.
      After deliberation, the Committee decided to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
    for issue of environmental clearance after obtaining the following information from
    the proponent.
          1.   NOC from BWS&SB.
          2.   Explore the possibility for enhancing the power saving.
          3.   Revised water balance chart.
          4.   Social commitment plan for Rs. 6 Lakhs, as committed by the proponent.
    Action to be taken:      Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
                             after obtaining the above information from the
                             proponent.
17. Construction Project: “Residential Apartment” at Sy. No. 16/2 and 22, Ganakallu
    Village, Kengeri Hobli, Bangalore South Taluk, Bangalore of M/s. Gopalan
    Enterprises. (SEIAA 201 CON 2011).
     Name of the Applicant: -            Sri. Nagaraj, CEO.
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      M/s. Gopalan Enterprises have applied for EC from SEIAA for their new
    proposed Group housing project “Gopalan Tranquilla” at Survey Nos.16/2 & 22 of
    Ganekallu Village, Kengeri Hobli, Bangalore South Taluk, Bangalore under 8(a) of
    schedule of EIA Notification, 2006 under category-B requiring EC from SEIAA.
    Total project cost: Rs.73 Crores. Project comes under BBMP. The project comes
    under Residential Zone as per CDP of BBMP.
       Project Details: (a) Land: Total plot area:25,039.71 Sqm; Total built up area:
    85,801.11 Sqm. The project consists of 460 flats with 2 Basements Floors + Ground
    Floor + 9 Upper Floors and Terrace Floor. (b) Greenery: Landscape area: 9077.00
    Sqm (36.25% of plot area). (c) Water Requirement: Total water requirement is 355.35
    KLD; Source of water: BWSSB. (d) Soil: Total excavated soil: 42,901 Cum; Entire
    quantity will be used for Backfilling and landscaping within the project site. (e)
    Sewage: Total quantity generated: 270 KLD, treated in proposed STP of design
    capacity 330 KLD; Sludge generated: 17 Kg/day used as manure. (f) Solid Waste:
    Total generated: 966 Kg/day; Organic waste: 552 Kg/day treated in convertor and
    product used as manure. Inorganic waste: 368 Kg/day will be sent for recycling.
    (g) Power Requirement: Total Requirement: 4132.81 KVA from BESCOM; Power
    Backup: 1X500 KVA DG sets (h) Parking: 525 Numbers.
       Project Surrounding Details: Bangalore International Airport - 19Km, Kengere
    Lake -2Km, Bannerghatta National Park – 17Km, Omkar Hills – 0.3Km; the project
    site is connected by Uttarahalli Main Road. Other Details: Rain Water Harvesting is
    proposed.
       The proponent present explained the project. The proponent informed that
    BWS&SB UGD facility is under way. The Committee advised the proponent to
    plant fruit bearing trees for landscaping and explore the possibility of obtaining
    biogas from biodegradable waste generated.
       After deliberation, the Committee decided to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
    for issue of environmental clearance after obtaining the following information from
    the proponent.
            1. Excavated earth disposal plan.
            2. Recheck on proposed raw sewage.
            3. Social commitment plan for Rs. 4 Lakhs, as committed by the proponent
               excluding Rs. 3 Lakhs already committed for Socare Organization.
    Action to be taken:      Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
                             after obtaining the above information from the
                             proponent.
18. Construction Project: “Proposed Commercial and Hotel Project” at Sy. No. 121/1,
    Seegehalli Village, Bangalore East Taluk, Bangalore M/s. Bhagini Hospitalities
    Pvt. Ltd. (SEIAA 202 CON 2011).
     Name of the Applicant: -          Mr. Sri. S. N. Subbareddy, Director
      M/s. Bhagini Hospitalities Pvt. Ltd., have applied for EC from SEIAA for their
    new proposed Commercial and Hotel project at Survey Nos, 121/1, Seegehalli
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    Village, Whitefield Road, Bangalore East Taluk, Bangalore under Schedule No 8(a)
    of EIA Notification, 2006. Total project cost: Rs. 35 Crores. The land is converted for
    commercial purpose by DC office and the plan is approved by BBMP.
       Project Details: (a) Land: Total plot area: 5086.32 Sqm; Total built up area:
    33631.71 Sqm. The project consists of 104 Rooms with 2 Basement + Ground + 8
    upper floor. (b) Greenery: Landscape area: 1842.78 Sqm (33.26% of plot area). (c)
    Water Requirement: Total water requirement is 100 KLD, sourced from
    Grampanchyat. (d) Soil: Total excavated soil: 26000 Cum which will be used within
    the project site for, landscaping of gardens and road making etc., (e) Sewage: Total
    quantity generated: 21 KLD treated in proposed STP design capacity of 60 KLD;
    sludge 4 Kg/day used as manure. (f) Solid waste: Total generated: 212.4 Kg/day;
    organic waste of 127.4 Kg/day treated in organic convertor and product used as
    manure. Inorganic waste of 84.5 Kg/day will be sent for recycling. (g) Power
    Requirement: Total Requirement: 500 KVA from BESCOM; Power Backup 2 Nos. of
    250 KVA DG sets (h) Parking: 336 Numbers.
      Project surrounding Details: Bangalore International Airport- 35 Kms; Other
    details: Rain Water Harvesting proposed.
       The proponent present explained the project. The proponent informed that the
    project site is almost flat ground and apartments are existing around the project
    site. The project is located along Kadugodi Main road which connects Hoskote on
    one side and Varthur on the other side. The existing, projected and modified LoS of
    Kadugodi Main road is B-C-C (road towards Hoskote) and B-B-B (road towards
    Varthur).
       After deliberation, the Committee decided to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
    for issue of environmental clearance after obtaining the following information from
    the proponent.
       1. Revised landscape plan with emphasis on native and fruit bearing trees.
       2. Excess earth disposal plan with details of the disposal site and MoU.
       3. Scientific assessment of the Village Panchayat ground water along with
          quality and quantity.
       4. Rework on the energy savings.
       5. Social commitment plan for Rs. 3 Lakhs, as committed by the proponent.

    Action to be taken:      Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
                             after obtaining the above information from the
                             proponent.
19. Construction Project: “Proposed Commercial Building with office blocks and one
    hotel Block” at Sy. Nos. 130/1, 129/1, 129/2, 129/3, 10/3 and 10/4, Kundalahalli
    Village, Bangalore East Taluk, Bangalore of M/s. Mohan Enterprises. (SEIAA 204
    CON 2011).
        The subject was deferred as the members informed that the appraisal material
    from the project proponent has not been received and the proponent was also absent
    for the meeting.

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20. Construction Project:      “Residential Apartment” at Sy.No. 36/1, 36/2,
    Kodichikkanahalli Village, Bangalore South Taluk, Bangalore of M/s. Red Coral
    Properties (SEIAA 205 CON 2011).
     Name of the Applicant: -           Mr. K. Praveen, Managing Director
      M/s. Red Coral Properties have applied for EC from SEIAA for their new
    proposed Residential Apartment project at Sy. No. 36/1, 36/2, Kodichikkanahalli
    Village, Bangalore South Taluk, Bangalore under Schedule No 8(a) of EIA
    Notification, 2006. Total project cost: Rs. 20 Crores. The building is proposed within
    BBMP area.
       Project Details: (a) Land: Total plot area: 11945.79 Sqm; Total built up area:
    20920.87 Sqm; the project consists of 159 units with Stilt Floor & 4 Upper Floors. (b)
    Greenery: Landscape area: 3583.737 Sqm (30% of plot area). (c) Water Requirement:
    Total water requirement is 107.3 KLD sourced from BWSSB. (d) Soil: Total
    excavated soil: 7000 Cum will be used within the project site for landscaping of
    gardens and road making etc. (e) Sewage: Total quantity generated: 85.86 KLD
    treated in proposed STP design capacity of 100 KLD; sludge- 5 Kg/day used as
    manure. (f) Solid waste: Total generated: 238.5 Kg/day; organic waste: 143.1
    Kg/day treated in organic Convertor and product used as manure. Inorganic waste
    of 95.4Kg/day will be sent for recycling. (g) Power Requirement: Total
    Requirement: 500 KVA from BESCOM; Power Backup 2 X 250KVA DG sets (h)
    Parking: 179 Numbers provided at Stilt Floor.
       Project surrounding Details: City Railway Station-10 Kms, Bangalore
    International Airport-25Kms; the project site is connected to Hosur road –
    Bhanerghatta road. Other details: Rain Water Harvesting proposed.
       The proponent present explained the project. The proponent informed that there
    is no water bodies around the project site and the level difference is 2 m in the
    project site. There is no basement and only stilt is there. The project is located along
    Kodichikkanahalli road which is 500 m from Vijaya Bank Layout road. The existing,
    projected and modified LoS of Vijaya Bank Main road is C – E –E (road towards
    Kodichikkanahalli) and C-F-F (road towards Hulimavu).
       After deliberation, the Committee decided to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
    for issue of environmental clearance after obtaining the following information from
    the proponent.
          1.   NOC from BWS&SB.
          2.   Explore the possibility for enhancing the power saving.
          3.   Explore enhanced greenery.
          4.   Social commitment plan for Rs. 2 Lakhs, as committed by the proponent.
    Action to be taken:      Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
                             after obtaining the above information from the
                             proponent.




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21. Construction Project: “Residential Apartment” at Sy.No. 71, Nellurahalli vilalge,
    Bangalore East Taluk, Bangalore of M/s. Red Coral Properties (SEIAA 206 CON
    2011).
     Name of the Applicant: -           Mr. K. Praveen, Managing Director
      M/s. Red Coral Properties have applied for EC from SEIAA for their new
    proposed Residential Apartment project at Sy. No. 71, Nellurahalli Village,
    Bangalore East Taluk, Bangalore under Schedule No 8(a) of EIA Notification, 2006.
    Total project cost: Rs. 30 Crores. The building proposed is within BBMP area. The
    proposed project site is flat terrain with red sandy loam soil .

       Project Details: (a) Land: Total plot area: 10533 Sqm; Total built up area: 32657.79
    Sqm; the project consists of 196 units with Basement Floor + Stilt Floor + Club
    House + 8 Upper Floors and Terrace Floor. (b) Greenery: Landscape area: 3724.4
    Sqm (35.36%). (c) Water Requirement: Total water requirement is 128 KLD sourced
    from BWSSB. (d) Soil: Total excavated soil: 20000 Cum; the above about to 20000
    cum will be used within the project site for landscaping of gardens and road
    making etc. (e) Sewage: Total quantity generated:102 KLD treated in proposed STP
    design capacity of 100 KLD; sludge- 5 Kg/day used as manure. (f) Solid waste:
    Total generated: 285 Kg/day; organic waste of 171 Kg/day treated in organic
    Convertor and product used as manure. Inorganic waste of 114 Kg/day will be sent
    for recycling. (g) Power Requirement: Total Requirement: 500 KVA from BESCOM;
    Power Backup 2 X 250KVA DG sets (h) Parking: 336 Numbers provided at
    Basement & Stilt Floor.
       Project surrounding Details: Kadogodi Railway Station-5Kms; Bangalore
    International Airport-25Kms.Other details: Rain Water Harvesting proposed.
       The proponent present explained the project. The proponent informed that the
    project site is 1.5 km away from Nellurahalli village. The level difference of the
    project site is 3.58 m. the committee advised the proponent to include Neem and
    fruit bearing trees in the landscape plan. The project is along Nellurahalli road
    which connects Nellurahalli on one side and ITPL on the other side. The existing,
    projected and modified LoS of Nellurahalli road is A-B-B. The same for ITPL road is
    A->F->F.
       After deliberation, the Committee decided to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
    for issue of environmental clearance after obtaining the following information from
    the proponent.
          1.   NOC from BWS&SB.
          2.   Explore the possibility for enhancing the power saving.
          3.   Explore enhanced greenery.
          4.   Social commitment plan for Rs. 3 Lakhs, as committed by the proponent.
    Action to be taken:      Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
                             after obtaining the above information from the
                             proponent.


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22. Construction Project: "Sattva RPG Office Building” at Sy Nos. 11, 12 and 13/5,
    Khata Nos, 303/284/242, 303/285, 243, Bengaluru Hosur Road, Bommanahalli
    Village, Begur     Hobli, Bengaluru South Taluk, Bengaluru District of
    M/s. Darshita Housing Private Ltd. (SEIAA 207 CON 2011).

     Name of the Applicant: -           Mr. P.K. Mishra, Vice President
      M/s. Darshita Housing Private Limited have applied for EC from SEIAA for
    their new proposed “Sattva RPG” office Building at survey No. 11, 12 & 13/5,
    Khata No. 303/284/242, 303/285, 243, Bengaluru Hosur Road, Bommanahalli
    Village, Begur Hobli, Bengaluru South Taluk, Bengaluru District under Schedule
    No 8(a) of EIA Notification, 2006. Total project cost: Rs.81 Crores. Project comes
    under BBMP limits. The site falls in the Industrial Zone of CDP of BBMP.
       Project Details: (a) Land: Total plot area: 8294.166 Sqm; Total built up area: 42,000
    Sqm; The proposed office building consists of Basement Floor + Ground Floor + 18
    Upper Floors & Terrace Floor. (b) Greenery: Landscape area: 830.0 Sqm (10%). (c)
    Water Requirement: Total water requirement is 142.65 KLD sourced from BWSSB.
    (d) Soil: Total excavated soil: 11700 Cum; Backfilling Quantity: 4000 cum, filling
    done to fill-up the low lying areas at site is about 6500 cum and landscaping
    quantity 1200 cum within the project site. (e) Sewage: Total quantity generated:
    108.41 KLD treated in proposed STP design capacity of 115 KLD; sludge- 5 Kg/day
    used as manure. (f) Solid waste: Total generated: 634 Kg/day; organic waste: 380
    Kg/day. Inorganic waste: 254 Kg/day. Domestic garbage generated from the
    proposed project is envisaged to be disposed through trash bins, trash cover
    collection system and then through the municipal garbage collection trucks for
    further disposal. (g) Power Requirement: Total Requirement: 4000 KVA from
    BESCOM; Power Backup: 4X1010 KVA DG sets (h) Parking 537Numbers.
      Project surrounding Details: Lakes: Madivala Lake: 2.4 km; Singsandra lake -2.7
    km; Bengaluru International Airport-36Kms; Kalkere Forest - 15Kms, Bannerghatta
    Forest- 15Kms, Garve Bhavi Palya Kere- 1.0Km; Agricultural activities in nearby
    Villages & Reserve Forest with mixed plantations is at a distance of 15Kms. Other
    details: Rain Water Harvesting proposed.
       The proponent present explained the project. The proponent informed that the
    project is surrounded by heavily developed area and savalukere is around 1.2 km
    from the project site. The proponent informed that FBR technology is proposed for
    STP. The project is located along Hosur road (NH-7) which connects Electronic City
    on one side and Silk Board Junction on the other side. The existing, projected and
    modified LoS of Hosur road is D->F->F (Electronic City Main road) and D->F->F
    (Silk Board Junction Main road).

       After deliberation, the Committee decided to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
    for issue of environmental clearance after obtaining the following information from
    the proponent.
          1. NOC from BWS&SB.
          2. Dated peak hour traffic density photographs.
          3. Revised water balance chart with realistic calculation for gardening.
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          4. Social commitment plan for Rs. 8 Lakhs, as committed by the proponent.
    Action to be taken:      Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
                             after obtaining the above information from the
                             proponent.

23. Construction Project: “Sobha Global Mall Commercial and Residential Project” at
    Municipal No. 19/2, Minerva Mills Compound, Gopalapura, Mysore Deviation
    Road, Bangalore of M/s. Sobha Developers Ltd. (SEIAA 209 CON 2011)

     Name of the Applicant: -                Sri. Ashok Kumar, Sr. Vice President.
     Name of the Consultancy Firm: -         M/s. B S Envi-Tech Pvt. Ltd.
       M/s. Sobha Developers Ltd. have applied for EC from SEIAA for their new
    proposed residential & commercial project” Sobha Global Mall” at Municipal No.
    19/2, Minerva Mills Compound, Gopalpura, Mysore Deviation Road Bangalore
    under 8(a) of schedule of EIA Notification, 2006 under category-B requiring EC
    from SEIAA. Total project cost: Rs. 390 Crores. Project comes under RMP-2015 of
    BDA.
       The project proponent has obtained environmental clearance from MoEF, GoI
    vide No. 21-354/2006-IA.III dated: 28.09.2007 for the following details: Plot area
    64,906.98 Sqm and built up area of 2,89,600 sqm with 4 basement level parking and
    3 level podiums. The commercial complex consists of retail shopping, restaurants,
    cinemas, office and service apartments. The hotel tower has 16 floors and office
    tower has 12 floors. Total water requirement of 683.98 KLD and STP proposed of
    660 KLD. PCU 3404; total project cost Rs. 212 Crores. Total solid waste generation is
    2500 Kg/day.
        Project Details: (a) Land: Total plot area: 47,226.42 Sqm (Vacant land); Total built
    up area: 2,63,807.597 Sqm. The project consists of one L-shaped tower with
    residential and commercial wings. The residential wing consists of 356 flats with
    configuration of 5B+G+34 UF. The commercial wing consists of 5B+Lower Ground
    Floor (LGF) +Upper Ground Floor(UGF)+ 3 UF. The commercial components are:
    (i) Hyper Market situated at LGF (ii) 2 retail outlets situated at UGF and 1 st floor
    (iii) Food Court and Family Entertainment located at 2nd floor (iv) Multiplex & Club
    House situated at 3rd floor. The basements are used for parking facilities. The
    residential & commercial wings are bridged at first floor. (b) Greenery: Landscape
    area: 13154.56 Sqm (33% of plot area). (c) Water Requirement: Total water
    requirement is 680.75 KLD; Source of water: BWS&SB. (d) Soil: Total excavated
    soil: 4,53,150.60 Cum; Backfilling Quantity: 89,214.56 Cum and landscaping
    quantity: 3,946.36 Cum within the project site; excess soil will be used for road
    formation and filling low laying area. (e) Sewage: Total quantity generated: 33.08
    KLD (Residential) and 279.59 KLD (Commercial) KLD, treated in proposed 2 STP of
    design capacity 300 KLD & 340 KLD; (f) Solid Waste: Total generated: 1009.35
    Kg/day (Residential) + 3629 Kg/day (Commercial); Organic waste: 6054.6 Kg/day
    (Residential) + 1451.6 Kg/day (Commercial) treated in organic convertor and
    product used as manure. Inorganic waste: 403.74 Kg/day (Residential) + 2177.4
    Kg/day (Commercial) will be sent for recycling. (g) Power Requirement: Total
    Requirement: 11593 KW from BESCOM; Power Backup: 1 X 1600 KVA, 4 X 2500
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       KVA, 2 X 750 KVA & 1 X 1000 KVA DG sets (h) Parking: 3815 Numbers
       (Residential) + 3103 Numbers (Commercial).
          Project Surrounding Details: Chamarajsagar reservoir -21.2 km; Arkavathi river-
       15.2 km; Kengeri State forest: 9.7 km; Turahalli Gadda minor forest- 10.1 km;
       Dorasanipaly R.F: 9.3 km; HAL Airport – 15 KM, Ulsoor Lake – 11 Km; Sankey
       Tank – 7 Km. Other Details: Rain Water Harvesting is proposed and NOC obtained
       from BWS&SB.
     The proponent and environmental consultant present explained the proposed
   ToRs. After deliberation, the Committee decided to issue model ToRs along with
   the following additional ToRs addressed in the EIA prepared by an accreditated
   consultant.
         1. Details of nallah and its protection.
    Action to be taken:     Secretary, SEAC to obtain the EIA and place it before
                            SEAC.
Agenda-8: Any other subject with the permission of the Chairperson.

1. Industrial Project: “Expansion of Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (APIs) &
   [




   intermediates manufacturing & marketing Industry” at Plot No.15, KHB Industrial
   Area, Yelahanka, Bangalore – 560064 of M/s. RL Fine chem. (SEIAA 25 IND 2010).
2. Industrial Project: “Expansion of Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (APIs) &
   intermediates manufacturing & marketing Industry” at Plot No.41, KHB Industrial
   Area, Yelahanka, Bangalore – 560064 of M/s. Ray Chemicals Pvt. Ltd., (SEIAA 26
   IND 2010).
      The Committee discussed the clarifications submitted by the project proponent
   dated: 08.12.2011 regarding the observations made by the subcommittee which
   inspected the industry on 17.09.2011 and in response to this office letter dated
   24.11.2011. After deliberations, the Committee decided to obtain the following from
   the project proponent and reconsider the project in the next SEAC meeting.

         1. Copy of the environmental clearance certificate obtained from SEIAA for
            another unit being setup at Site No. 14 adjacent to Plot No. 15.
         2. Location plan of underground storage for solvents in isolated area.
         3. Onsite emergency plan from Factories and Boilers Department.

       Action to be taken:   Secretary, SEAC to obtain the above information and place
                             it before the SEAC.

3. Mining Project: Expansion of "Talur Magnesite Mines" at ML No. 2484, Sy.No. 56,
   Talur village, Mysore Taluk and District. (11.88 Ha) of Sri N. Rajashekar (SEIAA
   16 MIN 2011).

      M/s. Talur Magnesite Mines have applied for Environment Clearance for their
   expansion of High grade magnesite production from 700 TPA to 8188 TPA at ML
   No. 2484 at Survey No. 56, Talur Village, Mysore Taluk, & District of extent 11.88
   Ha. IBM has approve scheme of mining (including MCP) vide No.
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   279/778/2003/BNG dated 10/05/2011, under B-category/Private/Non Forest. The
   mining Lease (of 11.88 Ha) has been granted for 20 Years up to 22/04/2025 by
   Department of Mines and Geology. It is an open cast Manual Method mining. Jack
   Hammer drilling & blasting is used three is no deep hole drilling & blasting. The
   PP has planted about 1000 trees (Bio-fuel plants like Honge, Neem & Badam) with
   survival rate if 70 % Total project cost: Rs. 90 Lakhs.
       Land details: Excavation area: 1.61; OB dump: 1.60; as present in Ha. Mineral
   storage 0.17; Infrastructure -0.10; Greenbelt 0.20; Roods: 0.75; undisturbed area 7.45
   Ha. Water 15 KLD; sewage generates 1500 liters/day. Other details: Pre Feasibility
   Report submitted.
       The subject was placed in the 77th SEAC meeting held on 2/3.12.2011 and the
   proponent and environmental consultant present and explained the project. The
   proponent informed that the environmental clearance for the production of 700 TPA
   is issued from MoEF, GoI on 02.03.2005. The project is operating with CFO for 700
   TPA from KSPCB. To a query by the Committee, the proponent informed that they
   have wrongly mentioned the present proposal as ‘expansion project’ in the Form-1
   with production from 700 TPA to 8188 TPA of high grade magnesite. However, he
   clarified that out of total ROM of 23,400 TPA, it is proposed to utilize the sub grade
   magnesite with maximum production capacity of 8188 TPA of magnesite due to
   demand for low grade magnesite in the market. There is no additional mining
   activity, no change in process and it is only segregation of the secondary grade ore
   only.

      The Committee observed that there is no extra mining activity, no beneficiation
   plan and it is only segregation of secondary grade magnesite ore and it is not
   covered under EIA Notification, 2006 and hence environmental clearance is not
   required for the present proposal.
       After deliberation, the Committee decided to recommend the proposal to SEIAA
   for closure after obtaining clarification from the project proponent that the present
   proposal is not an expansion as wrongly indicated in the Form-1 submitted earlier.
       The subject was again taken up for appraisal in view of the reply of the project
   proponent dated 24.12.2011 & 05.01.2012 in response to this office letter dated
   15.12.2011 pursuant to SEAC proceeding held on 2/3.12.2011. The proponent has
   submitted that the mining project was accorded environmental clearance by MOEF,
   GoI on 02.03.2005 for production of 700 TPA of magnesite which is of high grade
   recovery from the total ‘Run of Mine’ (handling with no additional mining/process)
   of about 23,400 TPA. It is now proposed to utilize 7488 TPA of sub grade magnesite
   mining as expansion. He has requested for issue of environmental clearance for total
   production capacity of 8,188 TPA of magnesite.
       The Committee deliberated on the request of the project proponent and
   reiterated its earlier decision of recommending the proposal to SEIAA for closure
   since the project does not require environmental clearance as the proposed activity is
   not covered in the EIA Notification, 2006.
    Action to be taken:    Secretary, SEAC to recommend the proposal to SEIAA for
                           closure.
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          The meeting concluded with thanks to the Chair.




                  Secretary,                            Chairman,
               SEAC, Karnataka                        SEAC, Karnataka




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