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CHECKLIST FOR REHABILIATION OR EXPANSION OF PORT FACILITY IEE Checklist for rehabilitation or expansion of port facility

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									     CHECKLIST FOR REHABILIATION OR EXPANSION OF PORT
                        FACILITY




IEE Checklist for rehabilitation or expansion of port facility
                                            Table of Contents


Title                                                                         Page No.

I.       Introduction
             I.1    Background
             I.2    Contents of this Guide
II.      Scope and Coverage of the IEE Checklist
III.     Instructions for the Preparation and Submission of the IEE Checklist
             III.1 Contents of the IEE Checklist
             III.2 Instructions on the Preparation of IEE Checklist
             III.3 Instructions on the Submission of the IEE Checklist
             III.4 Flowchart for the Processing of the IEE Checklist
IV.      IEE Checklist Form for Grains Highway Facility
             IV.1 General Information
             IV.2 Project Description
             IV.3 Description of Existing Environment
             IV.4 Predicted and Assessed Impacts and
                    Proposed Enhancement/Mitigation Measures
             IV.5 Environmental Monitoring Plan
             IV.6 Accountability Statement
V.       Annexes
             1      Location / Vicinity Map and Photographs of the Project Site
             2      Plans of proposed Facilities
             3      Layout of Project
             4      Wastewater Treatment Plant Design
             5      Sewage Layout
             6      Drainage Design Layout
             7      CENRO Certification
             8      Proof of Social Acceptability
             9      PAWB Endorsement
             10     Definition of Terms of IEE Checklist
             11     EMB Regional Office Directory
             12     Memorandum Circular Number 4 Series of 1998 and No. 3 Series of 2001




IEE Checklist for rehabilitation or expansion of port facility
I.       INTRODUCTION

I.1      Background

The Philippine Environmental Impact Statement System was formally established by virtue
of Presidential Decree 1586. It requires the submission of Environmental Impact Statements
(EIS) for environmentally critical projects and Initial Environmental Examination (IEE) for
projects which are located in environmentally critical areas as provided in its Implementing
Rules and Regulations (IRR) and Presidential Proclamation No. 2146, series of 1981.

In 1996 the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) issued Department
Administrative Order No. 37 (DAO 96-37) to further strengthen the EIS System. DAO 96-37
Article III, Section 9.0 (Contents of the EIS) provides that “Some or all of the foregoing
items may, when appropriate, be presented in a format using the checklist approach.”

Pursuant to DAO 96-37, Memorandum Circular Number 4, Series of 1998 (MC 98-4) was
issued by the Environmental Management Bureau (EMB) to simplify the system. MC 98-4
(Annex 13.1) defined the IEE Checklist as a simplified form in lieu of the standard EIS
document. It provides a list of projects with IEE checklists, the format and contents of the
IEE Checklist and implementing guidelines.

To assist the Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP) through its Environmental
Infrastructure Support Credit Program, while ensuring that environmental requirements are
incorporated in project development, EMB presents the IEE Checklists for the Sustainable
Logistic Development Program (SLDP) to come up with a simplified procedures and
requirements in support of the priority project of President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo and
come.

I.2      Contents of this Guide

This guide is intended to aid the proponent in preparing and submitting an IEE Checklist for
Grains Terminal projects to secure an Environmental Compliance Certificate (ECC) for a
project located in ECAs.
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This guide contains the following:

         Part II           Scope and Coverage of the IEE Checklist
         Part III          Instructions on the Preparation and Submission of the IEE Checklist
         Part IV           Checklist Form for Rehabilitation and Expansion of Port Facility
         Part V            Annexes:
                           1       Location / Vicinity Map and Photographs of the Project Site
                           2       Plans of proposed Facilities
                           3       Layout of Project
                           4       Wastewater Treatment Plant Design
                           5       Sewage Layout

                           6         Drainage Design Layout



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                           7         CENRO Certification
                           8         Proof of Social Acceptability
                           9         PAWB Endorsement
                           10        Definition of Terms of IEE Checklist
                           11        EMB Regional Office Directory
                           12        Memorandum Circular Number 4 Series of 1998 and No. 3
                                     Series of 2001




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II.      SCOPE AND COVERAGE OF THE CHECKLIST

This section defines the scope and limitations to be covered and affected by this IEE
checklist. Such that projects with greater and/or lower than the defined scope, the proponent
shall be required to submit an Initial Environmental Examination (IEE) or an Environmental
Impact Statement (EIS) document or secure a Certificate of Non-Coverage (CNC).

The accompanying IEE Checklist is applicable only for the Rehabilitation and Expansion of
Port Facility for use of the SLDP consists of transporting the farmers’ goods from the farm to
the satellite aggregating/processing centers where mechanical shelling, drying, and storing of
grains in bulk take place. Then, through bulk trucks, the grains are transported to the main
aggregating facilities where grains are dried and stored in silos and grains are transferred to
the terminals through the use of bulk carriers. Agricultural products from
aggregating/processing centers are also transported through Road Ro-Ro ferries to terminals
through reefer trucks/vans. Reefer containers and reefer truck vans.




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III.     INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PREPARATION AND SUBMISSION OF THE IEE
          CHECKLIST

This section guides the project proponent on how to fill-up and answer the various questions
and information stated in the checklist. This section also informs the project proponent on
permit requirements that need to be attached to the Checklist. Likewise, it directs the
proponent where to submit the IEE Checklist and apply for an ECC, and the system and
timeframe for DENR processing.

III.1     Contents of the IEE Checklist

The IEE Checklist is a simplified form designed to assist proponents of selected projects in
complying with the EIS system. The IEE Checklist, to be accomplished and submitted before
undertaking a project, consists of a series of questions that deals with issues and concerns
about the proposed project and its environment. The questions will also provide the
proponents with information on environmental impacts, both positive and negative, which
will be caused by the proposed project. The IEE Checklist has to be submitted by all
government and private sector proponents applying for an ECC covering the abovementioned
projects. The information contained herein will serve as basis for EMB to make decision on
the application for ECC.

The IEE Checklist ( Section IV) is divided into five (5) major sections:

             Section IV.1:      General Information – presents the project title, name and
              address of project proponent, proponent's contact person and the location of the
              project;

             Section IV.2: Project Description - presents the plan/design components and
              activities during the construction and operation phases of the project;

             Section IV.3: Description of Existing Environment - describes the existing
              physical, biological and socio-economic conditions where the project will be
              located;

             Section IV.4: Predicted and Assessed Impacts and Proposed
              Enhancement/Mitigation Measures describes the possible impacts that are likely
              to occur in various stages of the project development and the corresponding
              mitigation and enhancement measures to prevent and/or minimize the occurrence
              of adverse impacts and strengthen the positive effects of the project;

             Section IV.5:         Proponent’s Commitment - Accountability Statement

III.2     Instructions for the Preparation of the IEE Checklist

       1. For Section 1:General Information, write a check mark () on the title or description
          of the document to be submitted. The listed documents are MUST requirements and
          should be submitted. Otherwise, the application will not be accepted.


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    2. The IEE Checklist can be prepared by the proponent or any of his/her authorized
       representative(s) per EMB Memorandum Circular No. 04, Series of 1998 (17 August
       1998). The proponent's signature in the report shall be sufficient. The proponent may
       seek the help of the DENR personnel by clarifying questions in the IEE Checklist.

    3. To use the Checklist, the proponent may put a check () mark in the appropriate box.
       If your answer does not fall in any of the pre-determined responses, check ()
       OTHERS and indicate your specific answer in the blank space provided or use
       additional sheets as necessary. If some questions are not applicable to your project,
       write N/A on the blank space or column.

    4. To facilitate and assist the proponent in answering Section 5.0 of this checklist, a
       menu is provided to serve as guide and reference. However, it should be noted that
       this only serves as a menu checklist hence, the proponent is highly encouraged to
       identify additional impacts and mitigation/enhancement measures other than those
       provided.

         The proponent may put a check () to the columns of Y or N on the pre-determined
         and identified Mitigation/Enhancement measures column. The proponent may choose
         the mitigating measures appropriate to the impacts identified for the proposed project.
         He/She may write clarificatory words/phrases in the same column or provide the
         appropriate mitigation not listed in the mitigation/enhancement measures column.

    5. Answers to the questions are not strictly confined to the pre-determined responses.
       The proponent may elaborate and use as many additional sheets as needed to be able
       to provide adequate answers to the required information. Maps, pictures, drawings
       (e.g. charts, tables, diagrams, sketches) and other visual aids are deemed to provide
       better description of the project in the Checklist. These will help EMB in
       understanding the proposed project, and make decision on application for ECC.

III.3    Instructions on the Submission of the IEE Checklist

    1. Upon completion of the IEE checklist, the project proponent shall submit one (1) set
       of the Checklist to the EIA Division of the EMB Regional Office where the project is
       to be located. A duly accomplished Procedural Screening Form shall accompany the
       IEE Checklist submission.

    2. Upon the presentation/submission of the Checklist, the Screening Officer shall
       immediately determine its completeness and conformance with the DENR prescribed
       requirements. Immediate determination shall mean completion of the Procedural
       Review within the same day of IEE checklist submission.

    3. The Screening Officer shall indicate, through a check/tick mark under the Yes, No or
       Not Applicable column, the presence or absence of a particular information required.




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    4. The determination of the completeness of the IEE Checklist will be based on the
       sufficiency of responses to all questions or checklist and information provided in the
       matrix.

    5. If the IEE Checklist is complete, it will be formally accepted. The proponent will be
       furnished a copy of the accomplished procedural form duly signed by the Screening
       Officer.

    6. If the Checklist is incomplete, it shall be immediately returned to the proponent for
       revision or submission of the missing requirement/information. The reason for non-
       acceptance shall be stated in writing at the appropriate place in the form.

    7. If the IEE Checklist has complied with all the DENR prescribed requirements, the
       proponent shall submit 3 copies of the documents to the Record Section.

         The proponent shall pay the amount of P3,000.00 at the Cashier Section of concerned
         EMB Regional Office upon submitting the required number of copies to the Record
         Section of the same office.

    8. All IEE Checklists not following the said standard procedures shall not be considered
       as valid applications and therefore, shall not be used as a basis for recommendation on
       the issuance or denial of the ECC.

    9. The project proponent or his duly recognized representative shall be allowed to
       follow-up the said application to the respective EMB Regional Office. The processing
       time including the issuance and/or denial of the ECC will take a maximum of 30 days.

    10. The EIA Division of EMB Regional Office, in the course of substantial review, may
        conduct site visit or ocular inspection in coordination with the project proponent.

    11. Prior to the issuance of the ECC, the EMB Regional Office will explain to the project
        proponent its relevance and his responses in complying with the condition of the ECC
        and corresponding accountabilities for non-compliance.




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IV.      IEE CHECKLIST FORM FOR PORT FACILITY

Below is the IEE Checklist for the Port Facility Expansion and Rehabilitation. Read the
question below before answering the space provided. Use additional sheets if necessary and
indicate this in the appropriate space.

IV.1 General Information

Name of Proponent:
___________________________________________________________________________
___
___________________________________________________________________________
___

TIN:_________________________
Address:___________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
_________
(Complete Address: Street, Barangay and Municipality/City, Project)

Contact Person: _____________________________________
Telephone Nos: _____________________________________
Fax Nos:___________________________________________
Email:_____________________________________________

Project Location:
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
(Complete Address: Street, Barangay and Municipality/City, Project) (Attach
location/vicinity map as Annex 1)


Project Ownership:

      [ ] Corporation             [ ] Single Proprietorship       [ ]   [ ] Partnership

(Use Additional Sheet if necessary)


Capitalization & Project Cost:

         Capitalization: __________________ (Pesos)
         Project Cost: __________________ (Pesos)

Mode of Financing:         [ ] In-house                [ ] Bank         [ ] Others



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IV.2     Project Description

IV.2.1 Capacity

Capacity Area___________________

IV.2.2 Project Objectives

The project will serve as:

[ ] the hub or transit point for grains imported from other parts of the world to any point in
   Southeast Asia
[ ]transport grains from aggregating/processing centers to the port/terminal.

Project Facilities
(List of facilities covered by the project – attach sketches/photos/plans including proposed
         building)Annex 2)


                         Facility                                Area (sq. m )/ Capacity/ No.




(Attach lay-out of ports and capacity ) (Annex 3)

Specify type of port facility

Specify component of ports and capacity

     [ ] Port
structrures__________________________________________________________
     [ ] Port area
utilities_________________________________________________________
     [ ] Navigation aids
equipment_________________________________________________
     [ ] Passenger terminal and office
building________________________________________
     [ ] Multi-purpose terminal
yard________________________________________________
     [ ] Gasoline
station__________________________________________________________




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    [ ] Wastewater treatment
plant________________________________________________
    [ ] Others,
specify__________________________________________________________


Features of port structures

    [ ] Construction of causeway with ________ m length and _________ m width
    [ ] Additional lane with_________ m length
    [ ] Others, specify

Types of vessels that can be berth

    [   ] Pump boats with outriggers
    [   ] Motorized that are ed banca
    [   ] Passenger cargo vessels with maximum capacity_________________
    [   ] Others, specify____________________

Services that are offered

    [   ] Handle cargoes /container from vessel and passenger
    [   ] Collection and treatment of bilge water
    [   ] Collection, storage and disposal of solid wastes
    [   ] Supply water for passengers and crew
    [   ] Others, specify____________________


    Impact Area

        What is the coverage of the primary impact area? __________ m radius from
         perimeter of project?
        Describe adjoining structures to project within primary impact area.
         [ ] Residential Area
         [ ] Commercial Area/Industrial Area
         [ ] Mixed residential/commercial area
         [ ] Low cost housing
         [ ] Junk shops
         [ ] Agricultural lands
         [ ] Others, specify____________

        What is the coverage of the secondary impact area? __________ m radius from
         proposed project site.

Total Project Cost :
       Land                                      P___________________________
       Building                                  P___________________________
       Equipment                                 P___________________________



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                  Access road                                    P________________________________
                  Wastewater treatment plant                     P________________________________
                  Deepwell                                       P________________________________


Working capital P___________________How many months?___________others,
specify___________________ P____________________

Total project cost         P_____________________________

The following photos and process flow sheets may be attached as Annex 3.
   1. North side view of the project site (provide captions)
   2. East side of the project site (provide captions)
   3. Panoramic view of the project site and its immediate vicinity (provide captions and
       locate in the vicinity map where the photo was taken).


Other Environmental Data/ Information

Manpower and employment
      (Attach listing of manpower requirement)

            How many people will be employed by the proposed project?

                  During pre-construction/construction stage:                 ____________
                  During operation and maintenance stage:                     ____________
                  Total                                                       ____________

Project Schedule
        (Attach schedule of development activities from pre-construction, construction and operation
        phase)

                 Number of operating hours and days per week
                  [ ] 24 hours per day
                  [ ] 6 days per week
                  [ ] 7 days per week

Total Cut Soil Volume

            Will there be soil excavation in the proposed project? [ ] Yes         [ ] No
            If Yes, indicate estimated volume of cut soil. _________________
            Proposed use of cut soil:
                 [ ] Backfill material in the cut areas
                 [ ] Backfill for other areas requiring backfill material
                 [ ] For sale to other users
                 [ ] Others, please specify ___________________________

Amenities, Equipment and Machinery
               [ ] Wastewater treatment plant
               [ ] Emergency power generating set
               [ ] Air conditioning and ventilating system


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                   []   Fire protection and alarm system
                   []   Public toilets for male and female
                   []   Loading and unloading bays
                   []   Access road
                   []   Others, specify

Air Emissions
          Will there be air emissions? [ ] Yes         [ ] No
          What is the source of air emissions?
           [ ] Shipping vessels
           [ ] Automotives/ cars
           [ ] Public transport vehicles (tricycles, taxis, FX)
           [ ] Generator set
           [ ] Port machinery and equipment, specify _________________________
           [ ] Others, specify, ____________________

              What are the types of air pollutants that will be emitted and its estimated concentrations?
               [ ] Sulfur oxides ______________________
               [ ] Nitrogen oxides ____________________
               [ ] TSP     ________________________
               [ ] Others, specify _____________________

              What is the air pollution control device to be used?
               [ ] Specify_______________________


Water Resources and Infrastructures

      a. Water demand and treatment (in cu.m. per day)
          Administration: __________ cu.m. per day
          Vessels that are berthed: __________ cu.m. per day
          Restaurants and other commercial facilities: _________ cu.m. per day
          Fire protection __________ cu.m. per day
          Other resource requirements, pls. specify _________________________
          Total estimated daily water requirement of a port terminal facility: _________ cu.m. per
            day

      b. Water supply/sources
         [ ] Existing public water supply
         [ ] Surface water
     Water Source       Name of Waterbody                 Location          Distance (km)   Extraction Volume
                                                                                                 (m3/day)
1.   Creek
2.   Spring
3.   Stream
4.   River
5.Others, specify

           [ ] Deep well
          Water Source          No. of Wells/ Hand               Location           Depth      Discharge Rate
                                  Pump/ Tanks                                                       (lps)
1. Deep well with


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      Water Source              No. of Wells/ Hand                Location           Depth        Discharge Rate
                                  Pump/ Tanks                                                          (lps)
manual hand pumps
2. Deep well with
electric or motor pump
         (Submit application for Water Permit filed with National Water Resources Board as Annex)

        [ ] Rainwater
Collection and Storage                   No. of tanks/reservoir                  Capacity
1. Collected in storage tanks
2. Collected in Reservoir

    c. Water Treatment

            If your water supply sources are surface water, deep well or rainwater, will there be water
             treatment?          [ ] Yes          [ ] No

           If yes, what type of water treatment?
                 [ ] chlorination         [ ] filtration                  Others,            specify         :
         _________________

    d. Wastewater Treatment Plant
             (Attach design and process flow diagram ofwastewater treatment plant as Annex 4)

            Will there be a wastewater treatment plant?      [ ] Yes      [ ] No
            If YES, what is the discharge rate of influent? ___________ of effluent? ___________
            What is its design capacity? _______ cu.m. per day peak flow rate? ________ cu.m. per
             day
            What are the sources and volume of wastewater to be treated?

                  []   Administration: _______________           cu.m. per day
                  []   Vessels: _____________________            cu.m. per day
                  []   Commercial facilities: __________         cu.m. per day
                  []   Restaurants/ canteen: __________          cu.m. per day

            What is the treatment method?

                  []   Filtration and clarification only
                  []   Activated sludge (aerobic)
                  []   Tertiary treatment/ chlorination
                  []   Activated sludge (anaerobic)
                  []   Neutralization
                  []   Others, specify _______________

            What is the water quality of the influent? Proposed water quality of effluent? Of marine
             water?
                                                   Influent      Effluent

                  []   Color                           _____             _____
                  []   BOD                             _____             _____
                  []   COD                             _____             _____
                  []   TDS                             _____             _____


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                   [ ] TSS                             _____           _____
                   [ ] Oil and grease                  _____           _____
                   [ ] Total coliform                  _____           _____
                   [ ] Lead, Pb                        _____           _____
                   [ ] Arsenic, As                     _____           _____
                   [ ] Cadmium, Cd                     _____           _____
                   [ ] Chromium, Cr                    _____           _____
                   [ ] Selenium                        _____           _____
                   [ ] Mercury                         _____           _____
                   [ ] Others, specify                 _____           _____

               What is the location of sampling station for marine water? ____________________
               Indicate sampling month and day: ________________________________________

              What is the discharge point of the effluent?

                   [ ] Water body, name and classification __________________________________
                   [ ] Canal, location ___________________________________________________
                   [ ] Others, specify ___________________________________________________

Sewage Disposal System (for cases wherein there is no wastewater treatment plant)
       (Attach sewage design layout as Annex 5 )
        Sewage system
               [ ] Individual septic tank
               [ ] Communal septic tank
               [ ] Centralize septic tank

              Sewage disposal
                  [ ] Discharge to an existing public sewerage system
                  [ ] Treated in a community disposal plant or communal septic tank
                  [ ] Treated in individual septic tanks with disposal by absorption field or leaching pit
                  [ ] Others, please specify:       _______________________________________ ___

Drainage System
       (Attach drainage lay out plan as Annex 7)

              Type of drainage available
                  a. Major roads [ ] Open canal          [ ]closed/ underground drainage     [ ] None
                  b. Other Roads [ ] Open canal          [ ]closed/ underground drainage     [ ] None

              Where does the drainage system drain?
                 [ ] Public drainage system
                 [ ] Natural outfall/ water body, specify:
                          Name of water body ______________________
                Location ________________________________

Power Supply

              Source of Power Supply             Rated Capacity                Consumption/day
             Local electric utility
             Generator
             Others, specify



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Waste Minimization / Pollution Prevention

            Will a waste minimization program be implemented in the port terminal facility?
                [ ] Yes            [ ] No
            Will waste minimization be incorporated in the management policy?     [ ] Yes    [     ]
             No
            Will the personnel be trained on waste minimization?                   [ ] Yes   [     ]
             No
            Will there be a committee supervising and monitoring waste minimization program?
                [ ] Yes        [ ] No
            Will there be incentives for those practising waste minimization?      [ ] Yes   [     ]
             No
            Quantify proposed savings from the waste minimization program ____________
            Departments which will implement waste minimization program
                [ ] Administration
                [ ] Purchasing
                [ ] Receiving
                [ ] Commercial operators
                [ ] Shipping vessels
                [ ] Restaurants/ canteens
                [ ] Others, specify ______________

Solid Waste Collection and Disposal System

            Estimated volume of solid wastes generated by each section of port terminal facility
                 [ ] Offices _________________________
                 [ ] Passenger terminal _____________________
                 [ ] Multi-purpose terminal yard _______________________
                 [ ] Docked vessels ____________________
                 [ ] Gasoline station ____________________
                 [ ] Restaurants/ canteens _______________
                 [ ] Commercial facilities _______________
                 [ ] Dredging operation _________________
                 [ ] Others, specify ___________________

            Will there be waste sorting/ segregation prior to disposal? [ ] Yes   [ ] No

            Segregation system
                [ ] Temporary storage area for segregated wastes outside project site
                [ ] Temporary storage areas for segregated wastes inside project site

            Recyclable/reusable materials
                [ ] Biodegradable wastes sold to buyers
                [ ] Biodegradable wastes composted by proponent
                [ ] Other recyclable wastes sold to buyers

            Collection system
                 [ ] Building/project maintained garbage collection system
                 [ ] Integrated into municipal garbage collection system
                 [ ] Private/commercial garbage collection system




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            Disposal system for non-recyclable solid wastes
                [ ] Open dumpsite outside of the project area
                [ ] Municipal/city landfill area
                [ ] Others, specify: _______________________

            Proposed location of the final waste disposal site: ____________________________


IV. 3 DESCRIPTION OF EXISTING ENVIRONMENT


          Components/Parameters                            Yes   No                  Remarks
1. Are there areas in the site where there are                        Cause of erosion:
possible occurrences of soil erosion? If so,                          [ ] heavy rains
what is the status?                                                   [ ] unstable slopes
     - Slight                                                         [ ] others, specify _________
     - Moderate
     - Severe
2. What is the average noise level in the area                        Possible sources of noise:
    and time readings were taken?                                     ______________________________
                                                                      ______________________________

3. Traffic condition
    [ ] Good         [ ] Fair                [ ] Poor

4. Public transportation system
    [ ] Jeepneys       [ ] Taxis
    [ ] Buses          [ ] Tricycles
    [ ] MRT/LRT        [ ] Bancas/ canoes
    [ ] Ships          [ ] RoRos
    [     ]         Others,           specify
__________________
5. What are the present uses of the water
   body within or near the project site?
   - Bathing
   - Washing
   - Fishing
   - Source of drinking water
   - Recreation (swimming, boating, etc)
   - Commercial navigation
   -Others,specify
   _______________________

6. Are there Critical Ecological System                               Type:
   (Mangrove, Forestlands, etc.) within or                            [ ] mangrove [ ] sanctuary
   near the area?                                                     [ ] forestland [ ] corals
                                                                      [ ] aquifer
7. Will the proposed project be located in a                          If yes, present result of the soil
   reclaimed area?                                                    stability study in Annex.


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           Components/Parameters                           Yes   No                    Remarks
8. Are there seismic hazards in the area, i.e.
    faults (within 500m radius)?
9. Is the area prone to landslides?                                   Indicate potential to landslides
                                                                      [ ] high [ ] medium [ ] low
10. Is there an access road going to the                              Type of access road (national, city,
project site?                                                         barangay)

                                                                      ______________________________
                                                                      ______________________________
                                                                      ______________________________

11.What is the present land use of the area?                          Indicate the present land use within:
      [ ] Prime agri land (productive)                                50 m radius ___________________
      [ ] Prime agri land (idle or abandoned)                         100 m radius __________________
      [ ] Grassland                                                   200 m radius __________________
      [ ] Commercial, industrial
      [ ] Residential
      [ ] Orchard
      [ ] Mangrove
      [ ] Fishpond
      []Others,specify
_______________________
12. Does the site conform to the approved
    land use plan of the city/municipality?
13. Does the land allocation and alignment
    of the various utilities integrate with the
    existing networks and projects outside of
    the boundaries of the project site?
14. Are there existing structures or                                  If yes, please list them down:
    developments around the project site?                             ______________________________
                                                                      ______
                                                                      ______________________________
                                                                      ______
                                                                      ______________________________
                                                                      ______
                                                                      ______________________________
                                                                      ______

15. Are there public or private easements
    across site?

16. Are there existing trees and other types                          If yes provide examples:
    of vegetation in the site?

17.Are there birds and other forms of                                 If yes provide examples:
   wildlife found in the area and which has
   significant value?



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         Components/Parameters                             Yes   No                 Remarks
18. Are there fishery resources in the water                          If yes provide examples:
    bodies near or within the site?

19. Are there existing settlement in the                              If yes, indicate the number:
   proposed project site that will be                                 Households: _____
   affected?                                                          Legitimate landowners: ___
                                                                      Tenants: ____________
                                                                      Squatters: ___________
20. What is the total population of the
barangay where the project will be located
__________

21. Average family size
    What are the major sources of
    livelihood?
   [ ] Farming
   [ ] Fishing
   [ ] Vending/buy and sell
   [ ] Employment
   [ ] Others, specify: ________________
      ______________________________

23. What are the top 5 leading causes of
    morbidity and mortality in the
    community within the past five years?                             Chief Causes of Mortality

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24. Are there concerned environmental non-                            Please give examples:
        government organizations in the
        area?                                                         Please provide the date and venue of
    Are they consulted regarding the                                  consultation and attached the proof of
    project?                                                          consultation (attached as Annex 9A)
25. Are there existing social infrastructures                         [ ] Schools
    in the barangay?                                                  [ ] Ccommunications
                                                                      [ ] Health centers
                                                                      [ ] Hospitals
                                                                      [ ] Churches/chapel
                                                                      [ ] Others, specify
                                                                      _____________________




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IV.4 PREDICTED AND ASSESSED IMPACTS AND PROPOSED
ENHANCEMENT/MITIGATION MEASURES


Pre-Construction/Construction Phase

 Predicted and Remarks                     Proposed Enhancement            Responsible   Cost
                                                                             Person/
    Assessed Impacts                        Mitigating Measures               Unit


1. Increase in dust                 [ ] Regular watering of unpaved
   generation due to                    roads or exposed soils/ground
   clearing, civil works and        [ ] Remove soil/mud from tires of
   earth moving activities.            trucks and equipment before
                                       leaving the area.
                                    [ ] Hauling trucks should be
                                       covered      with canvass or any
                                       equivalent materials.
                                    [ ] Set up temporary fence around
                                       the construction area.
                                    [ ] Utilize excess soil as filling
                                       materials

2. Top soil removal and loss [ ] Stockpile the top soil in a safe
   due earth moving             place and use as final grading
   activities, trans port,      material or final layer.
   access road construction [ ] As soon as possible, rip-rap or
                                vegetate the area.

3. Erosion from exposed       [ ] Conduct construction activities
   cuts and landslides due to    during dry season
   earthmoving and            [ ] Avoid long exposure of opened
   excavation activities         cuts
                              [ ] Installation of barrier nets

4. Sedimentation/siltation          [ ] Set up temporary silt trap/ponds
   of drainage or waterways            to prevent siltation.
   from unconfined                  [ ] Proper stockpiling of spoils (on
   stockpiles of of soil and           flat areas and away from
   other materials                     drainage routes.
                                    [ ] Spoils generated from civil
                                       works be disposed as filling
                                       materials.

5. Pollution of nearby water        [ ] Set up temporary disposal me
   body due to improper                chanism within the construction
   disposal of construction            area and properly dispose the
   wastes                              generated solid wastes.


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 Predicted and Remarks                     Proposed Enhancement             Responsible   Cost
                                                                              Person/
    Assessed Impacts                        Mitigating Measures                Unit


                                    [ ] Set up proper and adequate
                                       toilet facilities
                                    [ ] Strictly require the contractor
                                       and its workers to observe
                                       proper waste disposal and
                                       proper sanitation.
6. Loss of vegetation due to        [ ] Limit land clearing as much as
   land clearing                       possible.
                                    [ ] Provide temporary fencing to
                                       vegetation that will be retained.
                                    [ ] Use of markers and fences to
                                       direct heavy equipment traffic in
                                       the construction site and avoid
                                       damage to plants
                                    [ ] Re-plant/plant indigenous tree
                                       species and ornamental plants.

7. Disturbance or loss of           [ ] Re-establish or simulate the
   wildlife within the in              habitat of affected wildlife in
   fluence area due to noise           another suitable area
   and other construction           [ ] Schedule noisy construction
   activities                          activities during day time
                                    [ ] Undertake proper maintenance
                                       of equipment and use mufflers

8. Noise generation that can        [ ] Schedule noisy construction
   affect the nearby                   activities during day time
   communities                      [ ] Undertake proper maintenance
                                       of equipment and use mufflers.

9. Generation of                    [ ] Hiring priority shall be given to
employment                             qualified local residents.

10. Conflicts in right of way [ ] Conduct consultation and settle
                                 agreements before finalizing
                                 detailed design.

11. Increase in the                 [ ] Strictly require the contractor
    incidence of crime and          and its workers to follow safety
    accidents                       rules and regulations in the
                                    construction and in the locality (in
                                    coordination with local authorities)
12. Sanitary wastewater             [ ] Provide workers’ area with
  generation                            portable toilets.
13. Improvement in                  [ ] Used dredged spoil for


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 Predicted and Remarks                     Proposed Enhancement              Responsible   Cost
                                                                               Person/
    Assessed Impacts                        Mitigating Measures                 Unit


  navigation of large                    reclaimation purposes
  vessels; change of                [   ] Mold unsuitable natural
  riverscape due to                      environment into a modern
  dredging and deepening                 intermodal port facility of
  of seabottom                           international standing
                                    [   ] Minimize impact on food
                                         sources and habitat for marine
                                         fauna
14. Increase in dust                [   ] Regular watering of unpaved
  generation due to                       roads or exposed soils/ground
  clearing, civil works and         [   ] Remove soil/mud from tires of
  earth moving activities.               trucks and equipment before
                                         leaving the area.
                                    [   ] Cover hauling trucks with
                                         canvass or any equivalent
                                         materials.
                                    [   ] Set up- temporary fence around
                                         the construction area.
                                    [   ] Introduce speed limits on
                                         access roads

15. Removal and loss of top         [ ] Stockpile the top soil in a safe
  soil due to earth-moving             place and use as final grading
  activities, transport, and           material or final layer
  access road construction          [ ] Re- vegetate or rip-rap area as
                                       soon as possible
                                    [ ] Apply results of geological and
                                       geotechnical studies
16. Sedimentation/ siltation        [ ] Set-up temporary silt trap/
  of drainage or waterways             ponds to prevent siltation
  caused by unconfined              [ ] Properly stockpile/spoils on flat
  stockpiles of soil and               areas and away from drainage
  other materials                      routes
                                    [ ] Dispose spoils generated from
                                       civil works as filling materials.
17. Delay in construction           [ ] Provide water requirements
  activities; health risks             during construction from water
  due to lack of water for             delivery tankers or from
  construction activities              existing buildings/offices, etc.
18. Possible congestion in          [ ] Strictly enforce traffic rules and
  area movement on water               regulations
                                    [ ] Provide traffic signs, directions
                                       and signals
                                    [ ] Designate parking and loading
                                       areas


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 Predicted and Remarks                     Proposed Enhancement              Responsible   Cost
                                                                               Person/
    Assessed Impacts                        Mitigating Measures                 Unit


                                    [ ] Develop and implement
                                       transportation management plan
                                       to facilitate ease in traffic law
                                    [ ] Integrate port access roads to
                                       traffic management network of
                                       community
                                    [ ] Provide traffic enforces during
                                       peak hours
19. Increase in economic            [ ] Improve lifestyle in livehood
  activity in the area due to          community
  construction activities
20. Bottleneck in port              [ ] Formulate management
  terminal due to increase             strategies for water
  in traffic movement on               transportation systems
  sea                                  management strategies that will
                                       relieve congestion and prevent
                                       port access bottlenecks
                                    [ ] Coordination Philippine Port
                                       Authority to facilitate smooth
                                       sailing of sea vessels
21. Possible congestion in          [ ] Strictly enforce traffic rules and
  area due to increase in              regulations
  traffic movement on               [ ] Provide traffic signs, direction
  water                                and signals
                                    [ ] Designate parking and loading
                                       areas
                                    [ ] Develop and implement
                                       transportation management plan
                                       to facilitate ease in traffic flow
                                    [ ] Integrate port access roads to
                                       traffic management network of
                                       community
                                    [ ] Provide traffic enforcers during
                                       peak hours




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Operation Phase

 Predicted and Remarks                   Proposed Enhancement             Responsible   Cost
                                                                          Person/Unit
     Assessed Impacts                      Mitigating Measures
1. Generation of domestic           [ ] Provision of an effective (at
   effluents                           least 3-chamber septic tank)
                                    [ ] Provision of adequate
                                       wastewater treatment facilities

2. Generation of Solid              [ ] Segregation of recyclable
   Wastes                              materials
                                    [ ] Proper collection and disposal
                                       of solid wastes
                                    [ ] Proper housekeeping and waste
                                       minimization
                                    [ ] Institute efficient solid waste
                                       management disposal system
                                       thru composting and re-use of
                                       corn cobs as fertilizer.

3. Increased traffic and            [ ] Strict enforcement of traffic
   possible congestion as              rules and regulations
   well as increase risk of         [ ] Placement of signage and
   vehicular and related               warnings in appropriate places.
   accidents
4. Artificial disturbance on        [ ] Use dredge spoil for
   benthnic organisms;                 reclaimation purposes
   introduction of pollutants
   into disposal areas due to
   navigational dredging
   and spoil disposal to
   ensure adequate channel
   depth for shipping
5. Reduction in area of             [ ] Provision of sit curtains or
   seagrass meadows near               disposal of sediments on ----
   port site due to
   suspensions caused by
   berth dredging
6. Increased turbidity and          [ ] Dispose spoils at designated
   sedimentation                    area at port terminal
   loss/damage for marine           [ ] Provide silt screen
   life due to disposal of
   spoils during
   maintenance dredging




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7. Oil contamination of sea         [ ] Coordinate with companies
   water                            with oil spill containment and
Death of fishes and other           remediation capabilities
   aquatic life due to major        [ ] Refrain from accepting oil
   oil spill                        tankers
8. Health and safety risks          [ ] Properly maintain fuel tanks to
   due to oil and other bulk        prevent leakages
   cargo spills                     [ ] Provide oil spill prevention
                                    equipment
9. Disposal of sludge from          Use off-site disposal of hazardous
   an oil/water separator           sludge by private transporter and
                                    treater
10. Disposal of hazardous           [ ] Use off-site disposal of
wastes from berthed vessels         hazardous wastes by private
like used oil, used batteries       transporter and treater
                                    [ ] Prevent mixing of used oil with
                                    other hazardous wastes
11.Algal bloom, health and          Investigate reports on leakages and
safety risks due to release         repair immediately
of acid into aquatic and
marine environment
12. Water pollution due to          [ ] Collect and treat all bilge and
discharge of all bilge and          other vessel discharges in
other vessel discharges (e.g.       wastewater treatment plant
sewage, ballast water,              [ ] Require vessel operator to
cleaning waste) to on-shore         minimize occurrences of
tank                                contaminated bilge water discharges
                                    by using oil catch pan, fixing oil
                                    leaks, oil/water separators in bilge
                                    pump discharge line, etc.
13. Water pollution due to          [ ] Collect and treat wastewater in
cleaning of all cargo tanks         wastewater treatment plant
after unloading of cargo to
remove any residue left by
cargo
14. Increases in ambient            [ ] Implement special handling/
suspended particulates due          approach for cargoes of powdered
to handling of cargoes of           substances
powdered substances
15. Emission of malodorous          [ ] Segregate recyclable materials
smell; health risks due to          from non-recyclable wastes
decomposition of                    [ ] Properly collect and dispose
biodegradable wastes                residual solid wastes




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16. Health and safety risks;   [ ] Practice good housekeeping at
environmental pollution due    all times
to unsanitary conditions in    [ ] Spray pesticides and
premises; Improper             insecticides to prevent proliferation
handling of food materials     of disease-carrier vermins
                               [ ] Conduct regular training on
                               proper handling and storage of food
                               materials
17. Increase in toxic level in [ ] Use wastewater treatment plant
marine life especially to the
filter feeders; adverse
health impact due to
disposal/ discharge of
untreated domestic sewage
or wastewater
18. Compete with               [ ] Recycle treated effluent for
community for water usage flushing and landscaping
due to increase in             Implement water minimization
consumption of water           program
19. Contamination of           [ ] Use wastewater treatment plant
surface/ groundwater with
liquid waste due to increase
in domestic activities in
port terminal
20. Increase in ambient        [ ] Provide buffer zones and
noise and air pollutants due greenery.
to operation of port           [ ] Use noise enclosure
equipment
21. Increase in air            [ ] Strict enforcement of traffic
pollutants and ambient         rules and regulations
noise                          [ ] Formulate and implement a
Increase in traffic hazards    traffic management program
due to increase in traffic     [ ] Use vehicle mufflers
congestion as well as
increased risk of vehicular
and vehicular related
accidents
22. Health and safety risks    [ ] Conduct regular training on
due to personnel without       health and safety programs for
proper protective gear         personnel
                               [ ] Require personnel to wear
                               protective gear at all times




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23. Positive benefits to            [ ] Regular information education
community due to                    communication program
improvement in social               [ ] Priority hire qualified local
acceptability of project            residents
                                    [ ] Undertake / promote/ support
                                    social development projects to
                                    community.
                                    [ ] Support/ assist community in
                                    creating livelihood projects
24. Health and safety risks         [ ] Install and properly maintain
due to risk of fires                fire prevention system
                                    [ ] Make available 210 Liter-drums
                                    of dispersants at fire station within
                                    port terminal.
                                    [ ] Prevent leakage of combustible
                                    materials/gases
                                    [ ] Establish emergency shutdown
                                    procedures and instructions on what
                                    to do in case of fires
                                    [ ] Develop additional materials
                                    like posters and signages to provide
                                    useful information to employees
                                    and emergency responders
25. The disturbance of              [ ] Schedule of bething of vessels
livelihood of fisherman


IV.5 ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING PLAN

Fill up Table below based on Environmental Management Plan in Section IV.4.

    Parameter                 Location               Frequency       Responsible   Cost
                                                                     Person/Unit
Construction Phase



Operating Phase




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IV. 6 PROPONENT’S COMMITMENTS


                                  ACCOUNTABILITY STATEMENT

       This is to certify that all the information and commitments in this Initial
Environmental Examination (IEE) Report are accurate and complete. Should we
learn of any information which would make this IEE inaccurate, I/we shall bring said
information to the attention of the appropriate EMB DENR Regional Office.

       We hereby bind ourselves jointly and solidarily to any penalty that may by
imposed arising from any misrepresentation of failure to state material information in
this IEE report.

     In witness whereof, we hereby set our hands this ______ day of ________ at
_________________.

                                                                 ________________________
                                                                      Project Proponent

                                                                 ________________________
                                                                      Title or designation

                                          ACKNOWLEDGMENT


       BEFORE ME this (day) ______________of ______________2000
_____________at (place)__________________________,personaliy appeared (
name)_________________________        with Community Tax Certificate No.
_______ issued on date_________________at (place)____________________, in
his/her capacity as ______________________(designation_________________at
___________________ and acknowledged to me that this IEE is his voluntary act
and deed, and voluntary act and deed of the entity he/she represents. This
document which consists of (no)_____________________________pages,
including the page of which this acknowledgment is an Initial Environmental
Examination Checklist.

         Witness my hand and seal on the place and date above written.

                                                                 ________________________
                                                                 _
                                                                            Notary Public
Doc. No.          ________________
Page No.          ________________
Book No.          ________________
Series of         __________________




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                                                     V. ANNEXES




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                                                           Annex 12

     Memorandum Circular Number 4, series of 1998
                           &
        Memorandum Circular Number 3, series of 2001




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                                                            Annex 1

                                         Location/Vicinity Map




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                                                            Annex 2

                                  Plans of Proposed Facilities




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                                                            Annex 3

                                              Lay Out of Project




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                                                         Annex 4

                      Wastewater Treatment Plant Design
                              and Process Flow




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                                                            Annex 5

                                         Sewage Design Layout




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                                                            Annex 6

                                      Drainage Design Layout




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                                                            Annex 7

                                          CENRO Certification




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                                                            Annex 8

                                 Proof of Social Acceptability




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                                                            Annex 9

                                           PAWB Endorsement




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                                                           Annex 10

                                             Definition of Terms




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DEFINITION OF TERM

For the purpose of this IEE Checklist and whenever any of the following words and terms are
used herein, shall have the meaning described in this section:

PROJECT NAME                                             refers to official name of project
PROJECT LOCATION                                         refers to location of the project. Proponent should
                                                         provide complete physical description of the location of
                                                         the project (barangay/sitios affected, etc.) as well as its
                                                         political boundaries (e.g., sitio, barangay,
                                                         town/municipality, province, etc.)
PROJECT DESCRIPTION                                      provide short description of the project (e.g., the
                                                         objectives of the project; components of the Grains
                                                         Highway Facility; project equipment and facilities;
                                                         process description; other environmental
                                                         data/information)
NAME OF PROPONENT                                        refers to the owner of the project (e.g., name of LGU,
                                                         private individuals or corporations, etc
CONTACT PERSON                                           refers to person/s who is authorized to transact
                                                         business with DENR/EMB on behalf of the Proponent
                                                         (e.g., President of the corporation, etc.)
ADDRESS                                                  refers to official address of proponent and contact
                                                         person/s. The address of contact person/s should also
                                                         be given if different from that of the proponent.
IIMPLEMENTATION SCHEME                                    description of how the project will be implemented
(e.g.,
                                                         by contractor, by proponent, etc.). If the project is to be
                                                         Implemented by entities other than the proponent, the
                                                         name/identity of that entity/s should be provided, if
                                                         available. Otherwise, the mode of selection should be
                                                         described (e.g., by bidding, by negotiation, etc.)

PROJECT COST                                             refers to TOTAL project costs expressed in Philippine
                                                         Pesos
FUNDING AGENCY/S                                         refers to mode of financing or source of funds (e.g.,
                                                         bank loan, etc.). If funding is provided by outside
                                                         source, the name of the project or description of the
                                                         source and the name of the funding agencies should be
                                                         provided (e.g., WB, bond issued by name of
                                                         underwriters, loan from DBP, etc.)
SATELLITE AGGREGATING/
PROCESSING CENTERS                                       refers to different points where farm products are
                                                         brought for shelling, drying, and storing from farm
                                                         lands.
BULK CARGO HANDLING                                      Include silos, conveyor system, etc.


FACILITIES GRAIN
TERMINALS

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MAIN AGGREGATING/
PROCESSING CENTERS                                       refers to the point where all products collected from the
                                                         satellite aggregating/processing centers converege
                                                         prior to transport. This is where drying and storing
                                                         takes place.
SOURCE OF WATER                                          refers to source of water for roads and bridges (e.g.,
                                                         name of rivers, etc.) and its location
DESCRIPTION/NAME                                         refers to the name or description of project
                                                         components. All components of the satellite
                                                         aggregating/processing centers, main
                                                         aggregating/processing centers, port terminals
                                                         (including support facilities) should be included.
LOCATION                                                 refers to locations or markings used in the map to
                                                         indicate position of the component or facility. Indicate
                                                         numbers if there is more than one (also see note below)
NATIONAL PARKS, WATERSHED refers to forested areas, protected areas, areas where
AREAS, SANCTUARIES OR     endangered/threatened species have been sighted,
etc.
SIMILAR AREAS


BODIES OF WATER                                          refers to creeks, rivers, canals, lake, sea, etc.




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                           Checklist of Required Information




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PROCEDURAL CHECKLIST FORM FOR REQUIRED INFORMATION

    (Pertinent supporting documents should be completely complied/attached as listed
                                        below)


                                               Criteria             Yes       Not
                                                                            Applicable
1. Letter of request
2. CENRO certification as to land classification (Annex 7)
3. IEE Checklist
4. Proof of social acceptability (Annex 8)
   Any of the ffg:
         Barangay resolution or
         City/municipal resolution
         Proof of Consultation
5. PAWB endorsement (if applicable) (Annex 9)
6. Fees
         Filing fees/Copy of Receipt




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                             Photographs of the Project Site




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                                    Annex 11
                           EMB Regional Offices Directory




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 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT BUREAU OFFICIALS DIRECTORY


OFFICE           DIRECTOR                                  ADDRESS                TELPHONE         FAX NO.
                                                                                  NO.

CENTRAL          Julian D. Amador                          DENR Conpound          927-1517         927-1518
OFFICE                                                     Visayas Avenue         920-2238         920-2241
                                                           Diliman, Quezon        920-2240
                                                           City                   920-2243


 REGIONAL OFFICES


OFFICE           DIRECTOR                                  ADDRESS                TELPHONE         FAX NO.
                                                                                  NO.
                                                           Congressional Plaza
  NCR                Sixto E. Tolentino                    Bldg.,   No.     51    (02) 925-6396      926-0940
                                                           Congressional Ave.,
                                                           Quezon City

    1              Oscar C. Cabanayan                      Marco    Building,     (072) 242-3057    (072) 242-
                                                           San Fernando, La          242-3597          3032
                                                           Union                     888-3833
                                                                                   RED 41-2975
                                                           EMB         Nursery
    2                 Allan L. Leuterio                    Cmpd., San Gabriel     (078) 844-4321    (078) 844-
                                                           Villag, Tuguegrao                           6662
                                                           City, Cagayan
                                                           4th Floor, Melvi
    3              Lormelyn E. Claudio                     Bldg.,San Fernando,    (045) 861-2253   (02) 888-0988
                                                           Pampanga
                                                           1515 L&S Bldg.,
  4A                Luciano G. Hornilla                    Roxas         Blvd.,   (02) 536-9784    (02) 536-9784
                                                           Ermita, Manila
                                                           1515 L&S Bldg.,
  4B                  Roberto D. Sheen                     Roxas         Blvd.,   (02) 400-5960    (02) 405-0041
                                                           Ermita, Manila

    5               Gilbert C. Gonzales                    Regional    Center     (052) 482-0197    (052) 820-
                                                           Rawis Legaspi City                          5065




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                                                          Pepita       Aquino                     (033) 337-
   6              Samson J. Guillergan                    Avenue, Port Area, (033) 337-9801          9801
                                                          Iloilo
                                                          Greenplains Subd.,
   7             Bienvenido L. Lipayon                    Banilad, Mandaue (032) 345-3905         (032) 346-
                                                          City                     346-9426          1647
                                                            rd
                                                          3 flr. P&M Bldg.,
   8               Ernesto G. Manuel                      Torres St., Tacloban (053) 325-2149     (053) 325-
                                                          City                                       2149
                                                          GMV            Drive,
   9                  Dacilo M. Adap                      Governor Camins (062) 992-6547 /        (062) 992-
                                                          Ave., Zamboanga              48            6548
                                                          City
                                                          DENR 10 Cmpd.,
  10                     Sabdullah C.                     Macabalan,             (088) 726-243    (088) 856-
                          Abubacar                        Cagayan de Oro                             9362
                                                          City
                                                          Door 2, Flebet’s
  11               Gregorio T. Estrada                    Bldg., Km. 7 Lanag, (082) 235-1259      (082) 235-
                                                          Davao City                                 1354
                                                          4th Floor Siyambio
  12                  Datu Tungko M.                      Bldg., Roxas St., (083) 228-48-47       (083) 228-
                           Saikol                         Koronadal, South            / 48           4848
                                                          Cotabato
                                                          Sultan         Hotel,
  13                     Reynaldo R.                      Bancasi,      Butuan (085) 342-5332    (085)815-1045
                         Villafuerte                      City
                                                          Diego Silang Street,
CAR                      Frederick G.                     Baguio City           (074) 446-2881    (074) 442-
                          Villanueva                                                                 4531




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