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					Environmental Assessment Report
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Initial Environmental Examination
Project Number: 39500
August 2010




Viet Nam: Advance Enabling Works and Offices
at the Depot for MRT Line 2 (Tranche 1)




The initial environmental examination is a document of the Borrower. The views expressed herein do not
necessarily represent those of ADB’s Board of Directors, Management, or staff, and may be preliminary in
nature.
   HO CHI MINH CITY PEOPLE’S COMMITTEE
MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY FOR URBAN RAILWAYS
                 --------- --------




THE PROJECT “CONSTRUCTION OF THE METRO
      LINE NO.2 IN HO CHI MINH CITY”




   INITIAL ENVIRONMENTAL
         EXAMINATION




          Ho Chi Minh City, August 2010
    HO CHI MINH CITY PEOPLE’S COMMITTEE
MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY FOR URBAN RAILWAYS
                      --------- --------




THE PROJECT “CONSTRUCTION OF THE METRO LINE
          NO.2 IN HO CHI MINH CITY”



    INITIAL ENVIRONMENTAL
          EXAMINATION


    (Attached with the letter No. 896/BQLDSDT-QLDA2)


                                       MAUR


                                      (signed)


                          Mr Nguyen Van Quoc
                                Vice Chairman


               Ho Chi Minh City, August 2010
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                                                      CONTENTS


I.    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY.....................................................................1
      A     Overview .........................................................................................................1
      B     Policy, Legal And Administrative Framework.............................................2
      C     Description of the Project .............................................................................2
      D     Description of the Environment ...................................................................2
      E     Anticipated Environmental Impacts and Mitigation Measures ..................3
      F     Information Disclosure, Consultation and Participation............................4
      G     Grievance Redress Mechanism....................................................................4
      H     Environmental Management Plan ................................................................4
      I     Conclusion and Recommendations.............................................................5

II.   POLICY, LEGAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE FRAMEWORK ................8
      A     Environmental Regulatory Compliance .......................................................8
      B     Environmental Laws and Decrees................................................................8

III. DESCRIPTION OF THE PROJECT ..................................................10
      A     Proposed Construction Works ...................................................................10
      B     Access and utilities .....................................................................................10
      C     Site Filling and Preparation ........................................................................10
      D     Implementation Schedule ...........................................................................11

IV. DESCRIPTION OF ENVIRONMENT.................................................15
      A     Physical Environment .................................................................................15
      B     Biological Environment...............................................................................16

V.    ANTICIPATED ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS AND MITIGATION
      MEASURES ......................................................................................18
      A     Design / Pre-Construction Phase ...............................................................18
      B     Construction Phase .....................................................................................22
      C     Operational Phase .......................................................................................30
      D     Cumulative Environmental Impact Associated with the Project Locations
            .......................................................................................................................31

VI. INFORMATION DISCLOSURE, CONSULTATION AND
    PARTICIPATION...............................................................................32
      A     Identification of Stakeholders.....................................................................32
      B     Consultation with Stakeholders .................................................................32
      C     Concerns Addressed...................................................................................33
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VII. GRIEVANCE REDRESS MECHANISM ............................................34

VIII. ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN......................................35
     A        Environmental Compliance.........................................................................35
     B        Implementation Arrangements ...................................................................36
     C        Capacity Building.........................................................................................38
     D        Environmental Monitoring (design stage/pre-construction stage) .........38
     E        Environmental Monitoring (construction stage) .......................................39
     F        Environmental Monitoring (operational stage) .........................................39
     G        Performance Indicators...............................................................................41

IX. CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS....................................42

Figures
Figure 1.1:        Ho Chi Minh City Mass Rapid Transit Line 2 and Depot
Figure 1.2:        Depot Location
Figure 3.1:        Depot Layout Options
Figure 3.2:        Depot land for utilization in Tranche 1
Figure 3.3:        Depot Access

Tables
Table II.1:        International Conventions To Which Vietnam Is A Party (environmental).
Table VI.1:        Summary of Environmental Concerns from Public Consultation
Table VIII.1:      Summary Environmental Monitoring Plan for the advance enabling works
                   and Depot office construction
Table VIII.2:      Summary of Estimated Costs for EMP Implementation (1 year)

Appendices
Appendix A:        Selected Photographs
Appendix B:        Environmental Mitigation and Monitoring Plan
Appendix C:        Summary of Public Consultation
Appendix D:        Letter from HCMC Urban Drainage Company
Appendix E:        Endorsement of the IEE and EARF by HCMC PC



                                       WEIGHTS AND MEASURES
         asl                           above sea level
         dB(A)                         decibel (A-weighting)
         ha                            hectare
         km                            kilometer
         m                             meter
         m3                            cubic meter
         m2                            square meter
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                     CURRENCY EQUIVALENTS
                        (as of August 2010)

   United States Dollar (USD)    –      Vietnam Dong (VND)

                   USD 1.00      =      VND 19,000



                          ABBREVIATIONS

ADB                 Asian Development Bank
DD                  detailed design
DDC                 detailed design consultant
Depot               Tham Luong Depot area District 12
DONRE               Department of Natural Resources and Environment
DMP                 Drainage Management Plan
EIA                 environmental impact assessment
EIB                 European Investment Bank
EMP                 environmental management plan
ESO                 environment and safety officer (in PMU)
ESS                 environment and safety specialist (in DDC/PMSC)
EST                 environment and safety team (in PMU)
ESA                 Environmental and Safety Agent (Contractors)
GOV                 Government of Viet Nam
HCMC                Ho Chi Minh City
HCMC PC             Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee
IBRD                International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
(World Bank)
IEE                 initial environmental examination
KfW                 Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau
NGO                 nongovernmental organization
MAUR                Municipal Authority for Urban Railways
MMP                 Materials Management Plan
MONRE               Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment
MOT                 Ministry of Transport
NAMP                noise and air quality management plan
PC                  People’s Committee of Ho Chi Minh City
PMU                 Project Management Unit for MRT2 in MAUR
PMSC                project management support consultant
REA                 rapid environmental assessment
RRP                 Report and Recommendations to the President
SEMP                site-specific environmental management plan
SESO                senior environment and safety officer (PMU)
SR                  sensitive receiver
TA                  technical assistance
TCVN                national technical standards for Viet Nam
TOR                 terms of reference
TTMP                temporary transport management plan
UXO                 unexploded ordnance
WMP                 waste management plan
                                     I.   EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

A     Overview
1.      The Ho Chi Minh City People's Committee (HCMC PC) of the Government of the
Socialist Republic of Viet Nam (GOV) has requested the Asian Development Bank (ADB) to
provide a multitranche financing facility (MFF) to facilitate investments to support the
implementation of the proposed HCMC mass rapid transit system. ADB has provided technical
assistance (TA) 73431 to study the feasibility of HCMC Mass Rapid Transit Line 2 (MRT2). The
MRT2 includes 10.4 km of rapid transit railway line, stations and a depot to serve MRT line 2
and eventually Line 6. The executing agency (EA) for MRT2 is HCMC PC and the implementing
agency (IA) will be the Municipal Authority for Urban Railways (MAUR). MAUR was created in
2007 and the MRT2 will be its first program financed through ADB.
2.      The MFF for MRT2 will be implemented in two tranches and will be co-financed by Asian
Development Bank (ADB), Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau (KfW) and European Investment
Bank (EIB). During project preparation, it was agreed with MAUR and the co-financiers that the
requirements of ADB’s Safeguard Policy Statement 2009 (SPS 2009) will be applied for the
entire Project and this will also satisfy the environmental requirements of KfW and EIB.
3.     ADB has categorized Tranche 1 as environment category B which requires the
preparation of an initial environmental examination (IEE) based on SPS 2009. Tranche 1
includes office buildings and advance enabling works such as site filling, internal access roads
and drainage, security fencing, and guard houses within a 3.4 ha area (the “Project site” for
Tranche 1) inside a 25-hectare property (the “Depot site”) in District 12 of HCMC. Start of site
preparation is scheduled in late 2010. Full development of the Depot as well as the civil works
for underground, at-grade and elevated rail line; and stations will be carried out during Tranche
2 which is expected to commence by mid-2012. An environmental assessment and review
framework (EARF) for Tranche 2 has been prepared and agreed by ADB and HCMC
PC/MAUR.
4.       The final IEE report will be disclosed to the public through the ADB website. The IEE will
also be disclosed by MAUR to the Department of Natural Resources and Environment
(DONRE) and to the District 12 local authorities in Tham Luong as required for review and
identification of additional environmental assessment and environmental permits that may be
required. This IEE is based mainly on secondary sources of information, field reconnaissance
surveys and public consultation undertaken specifically for Tranche 1.
5.      This IEE has been carried out to ensure that the potential adverse environmental
impacts of advance enabling works and depot office construction are appropriately addressed in
line with SPS 2009. The Project site is located at Thanh Long at the North West end of the first
phase of MRT2 (Figure 1.1). The environs and location of the advance enabling works and
construction of the offices are shown in Figure 1.2.
6.     The objectives of this IEE are to (i) assess the existing environmental conditions in the
Depot site (ii) identify potential environmental impacts from the proposed Tranche 1
components (iii) evaluate and determine the significance of identified environmental impacts;
(iv) develop an environmental management plan (EMP) detailing mitigation measures,
monitoring activities, reporting requirements, institutional responsibilities and cost estimates to
address adverse environmental impacts; and (v) carry-out public consultations to document any
issues/concerns that stakeholders may have on the Project and to ensure that such concerns
are addressed in the project design and mitigation measures.




1 TA7343-VIE was commissioned by ADB in January 2010 to finalise the feasibility study for HCMC MRT2 and to
 complete the due diligence activities including socio-economic analysis of the area, traffic and demand studies,
 preliminary engineering design and drawings, social and environmental safeguards for Tranche 1, MRT masterplan
 strategy action plan, proposed institutional and implementation arrangements, and development of sustainable
 urban transport measures for MRT system integration.
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B     Policy, Legal And Administrative Framework
7.      The Project shall comply with requirements of ADB SPS 2009 and the Government’s
Guidelines on Implementation of Law on Environmental Protection 2006 (under Law on
Environmental Protection 2005 as amended by Decree 21-2008). The Ministry of Natural
Resources and Environment (MONRE) has delegated powers to DONRE to approve
environmental assessments and MONRE will receive a copy of the environmental assessment
before construction commences. However certain activities commonly associated with
infrastructure projects such as quarry operations, extraction of gravel or discharge of waste
water will also require permission from the relevant provincial level authorities. MAUR will
submit the Tranche 1 IEE to DONRE and HCMC PC to disclose the scale and scope of the
Project to the environmental authorities in due course.

C     Description of the Project
8.      The Depot site, which largely consists of agricultural fields, has been selected by HCMC
PC and due diligence was carried out for the required social interventions (resettlement). The
construction of the depot offices should be straightforward but as yet there are no detailed
designs for the offices and some associated advance enabling works are necessary at the
Project site. There will be a requirement to excavate some unsuitable soil and to fill the office
area and the area immediately adjacent to provide for necessary drainage infrastructure and the
connection of utilities. The Depot site is located north of the canal in Tan Thoi Nhat Ward in
Thamh Long, District 12. Access to the Depot site and Project site is by road via the adjacent
residential and commercial areas of Tan Thoi Nhat Ward. MAUR declared the area for the
offices to be less than 6,000 m2. However, the works required to enable the construction of
offices will take place over a limited area of 34,000 m2 and will include excavation and filling the
limited area, providing security fencing, security guard houses, internal access roads and
electric street lighting for the road. MAUR requested tranche 1 funding from ADB to cover the
construction of offices but has established separate funds for the other advance enabling works.
Nonetheless, it was agreed by ADB and MAUR that the provisions of ADB SPS 2009 and the
EMP (as specified in the IEE approved by ADB) shall apply to all Project components
regardless of funding source.

D     Description of the Environment
9.      The climate is subtropical and the area is subject to heavy rainfall between May and
October. The whole of the depot site is flat. The soil is deep and not prone to erosion and based
on professional judgment the TA consultants have estimated that the site has unsuitable soft
black soil that could be up to 2 m deep. During rainy periods surface water on the site runs
across the flat fields to an adjacent canal. The canal is subject to heavy industrial and sewage
pollution from adjacent developments on the south side and it is not a significant resource for
aquatic life or livestock consumption. The adjacent developments use ground water for their
water supply as the piped mains supply is limited to areas nearer the main roads. There are no
wells in the Project site area identified for early development in Tranche 1.
10.     The biological environment is dominated by the former agriculture on the site. Crops are
not produced commercially but some tenants are still growing vegetables in modest quantities.
Numerous cycles of agriculture have removed all trees and shrubs on the Project area. There
are no valuable ecological resources near the Depot site and it is not near any area protected
for biodiversity. Animals on site are domesticated cattle and birds that cross the site but there
were no trees and observable roosting sites on the Project site.
11.      The Tan Thoi Hiep ward – District 12 is developing socially and has an improving
economy and there are many industrial factories, commercial enterprises and many home craft
enterprises in District 12. Land use is mainly residential and commercial with a little agricultural
land. The Depot will eventually occupy most of the agricultural land currently remaining in
District 12.
12.      There are no cultural sites on the Depot site. The two nearest primary schools and the
local medical clinic are more than 1 km from the Project site. Electrical power is supplied to
District 12 from the national grid. By inspection, the low voltage distribution network runs on
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poles across part of the Depot site and Project site.

E     Anticipated Environmental Impacts and Mitigation Measures
13.     The potential environmental impacts will require mitigation measures to minimize the
impacts in the design, construction and operational phases. The main issues relate to
addressing impacts related to drainage, waste disposal, filling the site, traffic interruption, noise
and dust during construction. There will be a significant buffer distance between the works on
the Project site and the nearest residential sensitive receivers. There should only be moderate
disturbance to the surrounding areas from the works on Project site. The access roads run to
the northern edge of the site through residential areas.
14.      In the detailed design and preconstruction phases MAUR and HCMC PC will need to: (i)
disclose the final Depot office design to DONRE and ADB; (ii) check that the Project site works
boundaries correspond with those disclosed in this IEE; (iii) prepare tender documents to
include the EMP and require all Contractors (regardless of funding source for a particular
component) to comply with its provisions; (iv) include enhancements for the office designs; (v)
plan spoil and waste disposal (vi) plan to preserve 17,000 m3 of topsoil; (vi) identify approved
sources of filing material; (vii) confirm hydrological and drainage impacts of the Project and
propose detailed culvert designs to take account of increased rainfall due to climate change;
(viii) plan to minimize disturbance of vehicular traffic and pedestrians during construction and
(ix) plan for the contractor to engage capable staff to be responsible for the environmental
management at the working level. The Project Management Unit (PMU) to be established by
MAUR will also make a reassurance check with the responsible authority that there is no
potential threat from unexploded ordnance (UXO) before works commence.
15.     Construction impacts will mainly be from works to extract any unsuitable spoil, re-fill the
site with sand and construct the offices, drainage culverts, internal road base courses and
surfacing works. The small scale works associated with constructing guard houses and
providing lighting should not have any significant impacts. The construction of the Depot offices
should be routine. The environmental impacts will be typical for building construction. The
location indicated for the office construction works will be about 100 m from the nearest
residential sensitive receivers (SRs) to the north and in principle this should allow ample buffer
distance to attenuate many potential nuisances.
16.     The Contractor(s) will be required produce and commit to implementing a Site Specific
Environmental Management Plan (SEMP) in the form of method statements such as plans for:
(i) waste management and spoil disposal; (ii) temporary drainage; (iii) temporary traffic
management; (iv) materials management; (v) noise and dust control; and (vi) worker and public
safety. The SEMP/method statements will be based on the EMP matrix presented in this IEE
(Appendix B); updated as necessary in response to the detailed designs. The PMU and Project
Management Support Consutant (PMSC) will ensure that the Contractor(s) trains/orients all
staff as necessary to implement the construction mitigation measures in the Project EMP and
the SEMP, and monitors the implementation of mitigation measures. Topsoil to be removed at
the Depot site will be temporarily stockpiled at the Depot for later use in MRT2. Unsuitable soils,
spoil and construction waste will be disposed of to sites approved by DONRE and disposal will
be monitored. Waste will not be burned. The acceptability of the borrow sites for fill materials will
be agreed with DONRE prior to signing of contracts. Building materials will be obtained from
local sources as practicable to minimize transportation and stockpiling of building materials.
Noise and dust will be controlled at source and no work which generates noise levels as to
cause nuisance will be carried out during the night. Wheel washing facilities will be installed and
a Temporary Traffic Management plan (TTMP) will be developed and agreed with local
authorities. The TTMP, as well as other method statement/management plans as part of the
SEMP, will be reviewed by PMU and PMSC and if found appropriate, approved. A safety plan,
including public safety, particularly of pedestrians and children, will be properly resourced before
construction commences and a qualified environment and safety officer will be identified by the
Contractor(s) before construction commences. Facilities for workers and public safety,
construction site offices and canteen will be regulated in line with the labor codes of Viet Nam.
Complaints will be monitored and investigated and mitigation measures will be revised and the

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SEMP will be updated as necessary if unexpected impacts occur.
17.    The operation of the offices themselves should have little effect on the surrounding
environment, however in order to facilitate good public relations complaints and potential
nuisances should continue to be monitored and the Depot site should be kept clean and tidy
and on-site refuse and litter should be dealt with responsibly. It is recommended that there is a
quarterly review and surveillance of operational conditions and noise and other nuisances. This
should be reported every six months with a review of any complaints. A hotline for complaints
and major incidents will be established and the mechanism will be verified prior to site works.

F    Information Disclosure, Consultation and Participation
18.    The stakeholder consultation process has disseminated information on the advance
enabling works and Depot office construction, the expected impacts and the proposed mitigation
measures. The process also gathered information on relevant concerns of the community so as
to address these in the project implementation stages.
19.    The results indicated the main environmental concerns were interference with
transportation on roads near the Depot site, construction noise and dust. Other written
responses mainly concerned compensation for land acquired by MAUR. The environmental
concerns can all be controlled and minimized thorough implementation of the Project EMP and
the SEMP.

G    Grievance Redress Mechanism
20.     Through a Grievance Redress Committee (GRC), MAUR shall promptly address
affected people’s concerns, complaints, and grievances about the Project’s environmental
performance at no costs to the complainant and without retribution. The GRC, which shall be
established by MAUR before commencement of site works, shall be chaired by MAUR and shall
have members from the contractor, ward and district committees, DONRE, local NGO, and
women’s organization. Grievances can be filed in writing or verbally with any member of the
GRC. The committee will have 15 days to respond with a resolution. If unsatisfied with the
decision, the existence of the GRC shall not impede the complainant’s access to the
Government’s judicial or administrative remedies.
21.      MAUR shall make public the existence of this grievance redress mechanism through
public awareness campaigns. MAUR shall also set-up a hotline for complaints and the hotline
shall be publicized through the media and numbers placed on the notice boards outside the site
and a suggestion/complaints box be placed outside the Depot site. Locally affected people will
still be able to express grievances through the ward or district committees and these would be
referred to MAUR through the usual channels in those committees.

H    Environmental Management Plan
22.     The institutional requirements and responsibilities for various stakeholders including
MAUR /PMU, Detailed Design Consultant (DDC), PMSC and Contractor(s) have been identified.
This IEE including the EMP should be used as a basis for an environmental compliance
program. The EMP was compiled by close reference to best practices and in line with SPS
2009. A suite of mitigation measures has been proposed and the IEE concludes that the
impacts will be manageable if the mitigation measures spelled out in the EMP are implemented
thoroughly. The EMP will be updated by the design consultants at the detailed design stage
should there be additional environmental impacts not identified in this IEE and for which
appropriate mitigation measures have not been included in the EMP. The EMP and any
conditions of the environmental clearance from DONRE and any subsequent licenses and
approvals from local authorities will also be included in civil works tender documents for the
Contractor(s) compliance. The requirements of the IEE and the EMP will be included in the
contracts and the Contractor(s) will be required to produce an SEMP in the form of method
statements before construction works commence by fine tuning the construction mitigation
measures proposed in the EMP (Appendix B). The SEMP shall be approved by MAUR/PMU
and PMSC prior to start of civil works. The effective implementation of the design stage
mitigation in the EMP and the construction stage mitigation in the SEMP will be audited by
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MAUR/PMU and ADB as part of the loan conditions. The main monitoring for the SEMP should
be based on thorough implementation of all the mitigation measures by the Contractor(s). If this
is done effectively the impacts can be controlled well within acceptable limits. The disposal of
spoil and supply of filling and building materials as well as the use of access routes by vehicles
traveling to the Depot should also be monitored.

I     Conclusion and Recommendations
23.     The Project construction is restricted to the defined area of 34,000m2 at this stage no
other land will be required for the advance enabling works and Depot office construction.
Secondary data and preliminary observations were used to assess the scale of environmental
impacts and public consultation and site reconnaissance were carried out in order complete the
environmental assessments and recommend suitable mitigation measures. The potential
environmental impacts were assessed in a comprehensive manner. The impacts from
construction and operation will be manageable and no insurmountable impacts are predicted,
provided that the EMP is included in the contract documents, the EMP is updated in the SEMP
and implemented and monitored to its full extent. In the event that any design details for the
locations or scope of the advance enabling works and Depot office construction are changed,
the IEE and EMP shall be updated accordingly for submission to ADB for review prior to
implementation. MAUR/PMU shall ensure that the EMP is included in the bid and contract
documents for civil works.




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Figure 1.1: Ho Chi Minh City Mass Rapid Transit Line 2 and Depot




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Figure 1.2: Depot Location




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                II. POLICY, LEGAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE FRAMEWORK

A        Environmental Regulatory Compliance
24.    The environmental regulations of GOV for environmental assessment rules are set out in
the Guidelines on Implementation of Law on Environmental Protection 2006 (under Law on
Environmental Protection 2005 as amended by Decree 21-2008) that requires Environmental
Impact Assessment (EIA) for listed projects. Decree 21-2008 dated 28 February 2008 is an
amendment to Decree 80-2006-ND-CP dated 9 August 2006 providing detailed regulations for
implementation of the Law on Protection of the Environment.
25.     MONRE has delegated powers to Department of Natural Resources and Environment
(DONRE) to approve the environmental assessments and MONRE will receive a copy of the
environmental assessment before construction commences. However certain activities commonly
associated with infrastructure projects such as quarry operations, extraction of gravel or
discharge of waste water will also require permission from the relevant provincial level
authorities. Therefore MAUR will submit an IEE (prepared based on Government requirements)
to DONRE and HCMC PC to disclose the scale and scope of the Project to the environmental
authorities in due course. MAUR will also disclose the said IEE to the public. DONRE have
indicated that the mitigation measures in this IEE must meet the requirements specified in the
EIA (referred to as the Vietnamese EIA or VEIA) for the entire MRT2 approved by DONRE in
2009. The preparation of the VEIA was commissioned by MAUR to comply with GOV
environmental requirements.
26.      Pollution standards for the protection of the environment are described in the Law on
Environmental Protection and the TCVN standards. These standards will be referred to for
monitoring during the environmental management of the project, if required. Certain associated
project activities commonly associated with construction such as quarry operations, extraction of
river sand and gravel or disposal of waste water also require licenses that are issued at the
provincial level by DONRE depending on the duration and scale of those activities. DONRE is the
authority to decide on the permit requirements for the Project with reference to District 12 for local
affairs.

B        Environmental Laws and Decrees
27.      In Viet Nam the environmental assessment process is established and the rules,
regulations, procedure and processes for environmental impact assessment of development
activities have been reviewed under decree 80/2006 ND-CP. The rules and guidelines on
environmental management have been amended under decree 21/2008 ND-CP (February 2008).
The main decrees and statutory instruments of relevance to this IEE are:
    i)    Decree 21-2008-ND-CP of the Government of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. on
          Amendment of and addition to a number of articles of Decree 80-2006-ND-CP dated 28
          Feb 2008 providing detailed regulations for implementation of the Law on Protection of
          the Environment.

    ii) Decree 80-2006-ND-CP of the Government of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. of the
        Government dated 9 August 2006 providing detailed regulations and guidelines for
        implementation of some articles on the Law on Environmental Protection.

    iii) Decision No. 1551/QD-UBND of the Ho Chi Minh City People Committee on ratifying
         technical assistance project “Preparation or Ho Chi Minh City’s Metro Project”, sponsored
         by ADB.

    iv) Vietnamese Environmental Protection Law, amended in 2005, approved by the National
        Assembly on 12/12/2005, validity from 01/07/2006.

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   v) Governmental Decree No. 81/2006/ND/CP dated 09/08/2006 of the Government On
      instruction for fines for breach of Environmental Protection Law’s implementation.

   vi) Circular No. 08/2006/TT-BTNMT dated 08/09/2006 of the Ministry of Natural Resources
       and Environment providing instruction of environmental strategic assessment,
       environmental impact assessment, and environmental protection commitment.

   vii) Vietnamese standards on environment protection (TCVN) from 1995 to 2009.

   viii) Government Decree N0.121/2004/ND-CP dated 12/05/2004 providing the regulations on
         settlement of violations on environmental protection (in replacement of the Decree No
         26/CP dated 26/04/1996).

28.    MAUR will review the IEE and EMP at the detailed design stage in the light of future
developments and forward revisions of documents to DONRE and ADB.




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                             III. DESCRIPTION OF THE PROJECT

A     Proposed Construction Works
29.     MAUR wishes to construct the administration offices and undertake advance enabling
works within the Depot site before the main operational area of the Depot is constructed. This will
provide MAUR much needed office space at the inception of the MRT2 programme. This IEE has
been prepared for construction of initial offices with a total area of less than 6,000m2 and the
associated advance enabling works (excavation and filling within a 34,000 m2 area, provision of
security fencing and security guard houses, construction of internal access roads and drainage,
as well as installation of electric street lighting for the road) at the Depot. The Tham Luong Depot
area is in District 12 at the northern end of Metro Line 2 (Ben Thanh – Tham Luong, Figures 1.1
and 1.2).
30.     During the TA studies the layout for the Depot has been iterated and several layouts have
been proposed, each with certain operational advantages and disadvantages. Some other
options have been developed with larger land areas that would allow greater flexibility in the
detailed design stage. Two of the options are shown in Figure 3.1. The dedicated areas within the
Depot for such uses as train stabling, maintenance area, test track, office areas and waste water
treatment facilities have been broadly identified. The areas identified for the offices and the two
MRT2 control centers are broadly similar in the different options for the Depot design. The
location chosen for offices is on the north eastern side of the Depot site (Figure 3.2). This location
is advantageous from an environmental point of view as it will provide a buffer area allowing
separation between the operational areas of the Depot and if designed correctly it can also
provide a noise barrier from Depot operational noise affecting the residential areas to the north.
The office lay-out will be prepared during detailed design phase.
31.    The Depot land is largely derelict agricultural fields to the north west of Thanh Long
adjacent to a canal (Figure 3.2). There are agricultural, industrial, residential and commercial
enterprises that will be compensated and relocated for which due diligence for the required social
interventions and resettlement has been undertaken in line with SPS 2009.

B     Access and utilities
32.    Access to the Depot land is by road from the north via the residential and commercial
areas of Tan Thoi Nhat Ward in District 12. Options for access by road are shown in Figure 3.3.
33.     The construction of the Depot offices should be straightforward. The environmental
impacts will be typical for building construction. The location indicated for the office construction
works would be about 100 m from the nearest existing residential sensitive receivers to the north
and this should allow ample buffer distance to attenuate some potential nuisances.
34.    Foundations for the offices on the Project site will be required and professional judgment
suggests that some sort of raft foundation on driven piles would be used (subject to design).
There would not be any need for blasting. The designs for drainage infrastructure and utilities are
not available, but in principle it should be possible to connect to the utilities that serve the
residential area to the north of the Depot site without major disruption.

C     Site Filling and Preparation
35.     MAUR have identified the works that are required to enable the construction of offices to
include security fencing, security guard houses, internal access roads and drainage, electric
lighting for the road and filling the site over a limited area of 34,000 m2 (Figure 3.2).
36.    The filling is designed to raise ground level for the office area to avoid flooding and install
the basic infrastructure for drainage and sewerage for the offices. In order to make the filling
permanent it is likely, based on engineers observations and soil analysis undertaken at the site

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(TA 4862 VIE) that some unsuitable soils will need to be removed before the permanent fill is put
in place and surcharged. For purposes of this IEE it is assumed that about 68,000 m3 of
unsuitable soils will need to be disposed of from the Project site area of 34,000 m2.
37.    In order to build the offices, the office land and land immediately adjacent to the office
areas must also be filled to allow for access roads and some reasonable area of working space.
The final Depot site level indicated in TA 7343 VIE is about 3 m above current ground levels.
Therefore the space left by the unsuitable spoil (68,000 m3) would need to be initially filled and
then that area laid with at least another 3 m depth of fill (not including surcharging) therefore
there would be a further requirement of at least 180,000 m3 of fill such that the total fill
requirements for the works in Tranche 1 would be >240,000 m3 of fill.
38.    Preparations must also be made for drainage and sewerage infrastructure and the
connection of utilities. No detailed plans for these connections were available at the time of IEE
preparation. These infrastructure will be included in the detailed designs.

D     Implementation Schedule
39.     The implementation schedule has not been worked out in detail by MAUR and potential
bidding contractors have not yet been identified. However in principle it is intended to start the
Project works later in 2010 or early 2011. The likely duration of the works will depend to a large
extent on the duration of the preparation by spoil extraction and filling. The works that are
required to enable the construction of offices also include providing security fencing, security
guard houses, internal access roads, electric lighting for the road as well as filling the site over a
limited area of 34,000 m2 (Figure 3.2).




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Figure 3.1: Depot Layout Options




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Figure 3.2: Depot land for utilization in Tranche 1




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Figure 3.3: Depot Access




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                       IV. DESCRIPTION OF ENVIRONMENT


A     Physical Environment

       1.      Meteorology and Climate
40.     The climate in HCMC is subtropical and influenced by the annual south west
monsoon. There are two seasons. Dry season starts from November and lasts until
April. The rainy season is between May and October. During the dry season it is cooler.
41.     Average daily temperature is 27ºC and rises to 35ºC-36ºC during the rainy
season (May – end October) and drops to 24-25ºC during the dry season (November –
April). More than 80% of annual rainfall occurs during the rainy season when average
volume is between 250-330 mm/month. Rainfall intensity can be high at 0.8 – 1.5
mm/minute. The two main wind directions in HCMC are east – southeast during the dry
season and west-southwest in the rainy season. Wind speed has an average of 3-4
m/second in the rainy season. The average monthly solar radiation is about 140
Kcal/cm2/yr. Annual average humidity is 79,5%; average humidity is about 80% in the
rainy season (maximum value is 100%) and averages 74,5% in the dry season
(minimum value is 20% -typical data at Tan Son Hoa Meteorological Station).

       2.      Topography, Geology, and Soils
42.      The topography of HCMC is typical of the area north of the Mekong Delta. The
Depot has a flat landscape typical of HCMC. The general topography of HCMC is that
terrain has higher altitude in the north than in the south and from west to east. There are
three types of terrain. The high terrain lies in the northern-northeastern area and part of
the northwestern area encompassing northern Cu Chi, northeastern Thu Duc and
District 9. This is the rolling terrain with average height of 10-25 meters above sea level
(masl). Long Binh Hill in District 9 is the highest at 32 masl. The depression terrain lies in
the southern-southwestern and southeastern part encompassing districts 9, 8, 7, Binh
Chanh, Nha Be and Can Gio. The area’s height is in the range of 0.5 to 2 masl. The
medium-height terrain lies in the middle of the city, encompassing most old residential
areas, part of District 2 and the districts Thu Duc, Hoc Mon and the whole of District 12
in which the Depot is located. Ground elevation at the Project site area is about 5-10
masl.
43.    The Depot is former agricultural land. The soil is deep and in some places is
waterlogged. However, because of the lack of gradient, the area would not necessarily
be prone to erosion when vegetation is removed and soils are exposed to rainfall and
surface water flows.
44.    Soil type may have bearing on the construction implementation of the works.
There may be a need to remove unsuitable soft black soil from the site. Engineering
estimates have not been worked out in detail yet but based on site observation during
the IEE preparation, unsuitable soft black soil could be up to 2 m deep.

       3.      Surface water
45.      The surface water on the site is present in a number of ponds that overflow into
the canal during rainy periods. The water quality in ponds may have been influenced by
agricultural runoff in the past. There is no available secondary surface water quality data
for this area.
46.    There are many factories along the southern side of the canal opposite the Depot
and the canal appears to be subject to heavy industrial and sewage pollution. There are
also more factories under construction and in development nearby and these may also

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affect water quality in the future if not controlled. It is clear that there is high pollution
loading from the smell of hydrogen sulphide emanating from the canal. Based on
observation the water quality in the canal has significantly deteriorated and it no longer
represents a significant resource for aquatic life or livestock consumption.

       4.      Groundwater
47.      HCMC has the following five aquifers: (i) Holocene (ii) Pleistocene, (iii) Upper
Pliocene (iv) Lower Pliocene and (v) Mesozoic. The Pleistocene aquifer is located under
District 12. The thickness of the water containing layer ranges from 3.2 m to 75 m. The
project area lies above the Pleistocene aquifer which typically has a thickness of 25 m-
35 m and high water flow rate of 5 liters per second (l/s). In general, the Pleistocene
aquifer has a wide distribution of fresh water and a thick water containing layer. The
local people generally rely on using ground water as their main water supply for
domestic use and also for production in the factories. In the study area, the usual depth
of wells for domestic use is up to 44 m deep. Deeper wells (44 m to 90 m deep) are
drilled for production purposes in some locations. There are no wells in the area of the
Project site for Tranche 1.

B     Biological Environment
       1.      Agriculture and forestry
48.     Much of the land at the depot was up until recently used for vegetable cultivation.
Large ponds for growing lotus plants are also present but do not appear to be tended
and there are large quantities of domestic refuse deposited in many of the ponds near
the footpaths that currently provide access to the Project site. Vegetable and cash crops
are no longer produced in significant quantities on a commercial basis but some tenants
have remained and are growing vegetables, such as cabbage, lettuce, and pumpkin, in
modest quantities.
49.     There was evidence of some small scale working of some fields but large scale
agriculture was not observed. Some factories are active in the area and there is a
stockpile of timber near the factories. This would appear to be for local small-scale/saw
mill production of timber, but it was not possible to gain access to the factories.

       2.      Fauna and Flora
50.    The human impact on the vegetation is total in the Project site area where
numerous cycles of agriculture have removed all trees. Only a few shrub hedgerows
remain at the east end of the Depot site between the ponds but these will not be affected
by the Project construction. From this point to the west, there is a mixture of grassland
with some ponds and waterlogged and untended fields.
51.    The Depot site was formerly agricultural monocultures and by observation there
are no valuable ecological resources and very few birds were seen during the site visit.
The Depot site is not near any areas protected for the natural habitats for rare or
endangered species. Some of the areas near the canal have recently been levelled by
bulldozing; all grass species have been removed and flattened mud remains at the
surface.
52.     The most obvious animals on site are the cattle tended by the remaining local
tenants. Some birds were seen to cross the site at dusk but there were no roosting sites
observed. There was no available secondary information on the wild animal species
present in District 12, but it is assumed that the species that are present would be those
typically tolerant of urban areas and highly modified and managed farming areas. There
is no reason to expect the presence of any rare, threatened or endangered species.



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       3.      Social-Cultural Environment

       1.      Human Issues and Life Quality
53.     The Depot site is situated at the inner Tan Thoi Hiep ward – District 12, where
the local economy is improving. Currently, there are two main types of land use,
agricultural land (36.04 ha – 9%) and other residential and commercial land (353,94 ha -
91%). In future, the overall area trend will be away from agriculture as the area is settled
and the Depot is completed.
54.     The population is mostly over 15 years old (79% of the ward’s population)
indicating that there will be ample local labor available for employment.
55.   There are industrial facilities in the ward, 160 large and small factory enterprises
and more than 1,000 home craft enterprises are running effectively.

       2.      Cultural and historical sites, and institutional structures
56.    There were no sites of cultural significance on the Depot site. There are some
temples near Thanh Long Station site at a distance of over 1 km.
57.      In Tan Thoi Nhat ward, there are two primary schools (Ba Diem II School and
Thuan Kieu School) two secondary schools (Ba Diem III School and Nguyen Anh Thu
School) and one nursery school (Be Ngoan 5). There is also a medical station. However,
all of these facilities are located more than 1 km away from the Depot and Project site.

       3.      Power supply
58.    Electrical power is supplied throughout the Tan Thoi Nhat ward area from the
national grid. The low voltage distribution network runs on poles across part of the
Project site area to be developed in Tranche 1. The power supply will need to be
protected during the works or reprovisioned before works commence to ensure
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      V. ANTICIPATED ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS AND MITIGATION
                            MEASURES


59.      This section discusses the potential environmental impacts of the proposed
Project site advance enabling works and office construction at the Depot site and
identifies mitigation measures to minimize the impacts in the design, construction and
operational phases. The main issues relate to impacts such as waste disposal, filling,
noise, dust, and traffic interruption during construction.
60.     The construction of the depot offices should be routine. The environmental
impacts will be typical for construction of buildings. There should be modest disturbance
to the surrounding areas as there will be a significant buffer distance between the works
and the nearest sensitive receivers. In the location indicated for the works there should
be about 100 m separation from the nearest residential sensitive receivers to the north
and this should allow for ample buffer distance to attenuate potential nuisances from
impacts such as dust and most general construction noise to acceptable levels.
Foundations for the site will be required and based on observation it seems likely that
some sort of raft foundation on driven piles would be used (subject to design). There
would not be any need for blasting but piling could cause significant noise impacts from
piling that will require mitigation. The details of designs for drainage and sewerage
infrastructure and utilities are not available, but in principle it should be possible to
connect to the available utilities that run to the residential area to the north of the depot
site. The area for land filling can be estimated but the required depth is not known but
there are access roads that run to the northern edge of the Project site through the
residential area that can be used if suitable controls on filling vehicles are implemented.

A     Design / Pre-Construction Phase
61.     The proposed project will involve preparation of the site, filling, construction of
office foundations and construction for drainage, internal road access, sewerage etc.
Detailed designs will be commissioned by MAUR in due course.
62.     Prior to implementation of the Project, MAUR and HCMC PC will need to comply
with several environmental requirements. This includes disclosure of any changes in the
Tranche 1 design included in the IEE to DONRE through submission of a report in
accordance with the conditions of the DONRE endorsement of the VEIA. MAUR has no
environmental capability and environmental requirements are usually covered by
external consultants, however, one officer has been identified for liaison purposes on
environmental matters and the need for MAUR to develop environmental and safety
capability has been recognized by MAUR and DONRE has noted those positive
developments. For Tranche 1 implementation, MAUR/PMU shall be assisted by the
PMSC to ensure that EMP provisions are specified in the tender and contract documents
for civil works, provide on-the-job training on environmental management
(implementation of mitigation measures, monitoring and reporting), review and approve
SEMPs/method statements prepared by contractors prior to commencement of site
works, monitor the environmental performance of contractors, ensure that EMP and
EARF requirements are met, and to prepare semi-annual environmental monitoring
reports for submission to ADB.
63.     During Tranche 2 implementation, it is proposed by MAUR that the
Environmental Safeguard Team (EST), under the Vice Chairman of MAUR for Line 2,
will be formed for the main MRT2 project construction. MAUR will allocate sufficient
resources to establish an EST with a team of three (EST) to work in parallel with the the
Social Safeguards Team (SST). The proposed capacity building program for EST will be
detailed in the Tranche 2 EIA.


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        1.      Project boundaries change near sensitive receivers
64.      The Project site area for development in Tranche 1 has been defined by MAUR
as per Figure 3.2. The enabling works will take place over the limited area of 29,000 m2
plus 5,000 m2 for the access road (total about 34,000 m2). There are no reasons to
expect the offices to be a noisy development and at this stage and given the available
set backs it appears that the World Bank criterion of Leq67 dB(A) at the sensitive
receiver for new noise sensitive developments such as residences in the resettlement
areas could comfortably be achieved for office operations. Noise and dust in
construction will need to be controlled. [This conclusion does not apply to the operation
of the depot as a whole, as the operational Depot can be expected to generate
significant noise. This is a key issue for the EIA for Tranche 2]. There are no medical
facilities near the Depot offices and the schools and other non-residential SRs are more
than 1 km away.
65.       With reference to the 34,000 m2 of the Depot area to be developed in Tranche 1,
the nearest residential dwellings will be set back by at least 50 m from the boundary of
the filling works and will be at least 100 m from the offices. This will be sufficient for any
fumes from powered mechanical equipment to be dispersed and additional intermittent
road traffic noise from trucks should not be sufficient to significantly affect the sensitive
receivers in the adjacent developments. However if for unforeseen reasons the
boundary for the enabling works changes, and the works must take place over a
different area, this IEE and EMP must be updated by MAUR, and then resubmitted for
approval of ADB and public disclosure in line with the provisions of ADB SPS 2009
before the changes are implemented.
        2.      Preparing the Contractor(s) to implement mitigation measures
66.      During the detailed design phase and in preparation for the construction phase,
the MAUR/PMU will prepare tender documents and by including the EMP they will
ensure that PMU makes sure future Contractor(s) will be prepared and primed to
cooperate with the implementing agency, project management, supervision consultants
and local population in the mitigation of environmental impacts. The PMU and the PMSC
will include in the tender documents and civil works contracts requirements as follows:
   i)   Contractors to be financed by ADB, GOV and other co-financiers will be required
        to comply with the EMP (Appendix B of this IEE). MAUR/PMU shall ensure that
        the EMP are included in the bidding and contract documentation. The contractor
        will be required to produce method statements (as SEMP) before commencing
        construction as required in the EMP. The SEMP or method statements will
        demonstrate the manner (location, responsibilities, schedule/ timeframe, budget,
        etc.) in which the Contractor will implement the mitigation measures specified
        in the EMP. The following method statements shall be prepared by the contractor
        based on the EMP:
             a. Temporary Transport Management Plan (TTMP) to minimize disturbance
                of vehicular traffic and pedestrians during construction. Access
                arrangements for vehicles accessing the Project area will be formulated
                such that this will avoid community disturbance and severance and will at
                least retain a passing lane along all roads used during construction.
             b. Waste Management and Spoil Disposal Plan for handling, storage,
                treatment, transport and disposal of solid and liquid wastes, and
                excavation spoils.
             c. Materials Management Plan (MMP) detailing arrangements to be made to
                facilitate the timely production and supply of construction materials to
                avoid impacts due to unnecessary stockpiling outside the Project site.


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            d. Noise and Dust Control Plan to minimize impacts to sensitive receptors
               (residential areas, schools, hospitals, etc.) due to construction works,
               sourcing and transport of construction materials, and other project-related
               activities.
            e. Temporary Drainage Plan to ensure that construction works will not cause
               ponding/flooding within the Project site and adjacent areas.
            f.   Workers and Public Safety Plan
   ii) Within the Project site area for early development, the contractor will provide
       sufficient space for stockpiling of cut surface materials/excavated spoils to avoid
       fly-tipping and will be identified in advance by the PMU and approved by MAUR
       with assistance from PMSC before construction commences.
   iii) The contractor shall be required to install wheel washing equipment or facilities at
        all exits from the Project site and these will be included in the contractor’s SEMP.
   iv) Hydrological and drainage impacts during construction will be minimized by early
       phasing of replacement of culverts and other infrastructure. Preliminary
       hydrological assessments and design criteria to avoid flooding will be included in
       contracts.
   v) Disruption to current facilities for water supply in the vicinity of the depot will be
      avoided if possible but if facilities must be disturbed they will be re-provisioned
      before construction works commence; provisions will be made to preserve the
      operation of current facilities for water supply in sufficient quantity and in
      agreement with the local community. Re-provisioning shall be undertaken by the
      contractor in coordination with the water utility company. Affected households
      and establishments shall be notified by the contractor well in advance of such
      disruption.
   vi) Disruption to current facilities for power supply will be avoided and movement of
       power lines will be planned well in advance. Power distribution circuitry will be re-
       provisioned before construction works commences; provisions will be made to
       preserve the operation of current facilities for power supply in sufficient quantity
       in agreement with the local power supply company and with prior notification to
       affected households and establishments.
       3.        Enhancing Office Design
67.     In line with ADB policy on environmentally responsible procurement,
opportunities to provide environmental enhancements will also be identified by PMU in
the detailed design as well as routine matters such as including some landscaped green
areas and enhancement planting. As much as possible. consideration for opportunities
for the design would include equipment and facilities for use of renewable energy such
as for solar water heating and to include photo voltaic arrays and inverters to help
reduce reliance on the grid power supply for non critical areas of the offices. Tree
planting and soft landscaping will be considered for all non-built up areas. Design and
operational enhancements have been included in the EMP (Appendix B) which will be
reviewed at the detailed design stage.
       4.        Planning spoil and waste disposal
68.     The enabling works will take place over the limited area of 34,000 m2 (Figure
3.2). In Trance 1 and this will require the removal of unsuitable soil and mud and the
spoil must be disposed. The depth to be removed has not been formally estimated but
engineers have suggested up to 2 m depth may need to be removed on average (or
approximately 68,000 m3). MAUR plans to dispose of this material at a new waste
disposal plant to be operated by HCMC Urban Drainage Company (UDC). In


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discussions with the UDC it has emerged that there will be capacity to receive up to
450,000 m3 of spoil and mud at the Da Phuoc facility site (Appendix D). The proposed
disposal site is about 15 km south of the Depot site. PMU will ensure that the contracts
for construction of the advance enabling works at the Depot should include a plan and
rates for disposal of spoil and mud at the Da Phuoc site and the selected contractor
should agree to this before the contract is signed. If the UDC facility cannot take all the
spoil, MAUR must identify waste disposal facility or controlled dumping areas for the
remainder within 3 months of signing contracts.
       5.      Preserve soil
69.     Initially the area of 34,000 m2 must be cleared and the topsoil should be
stockpiled. The topsoil will be a valuable resource for landscaping at the Depot and later
at other MRT2 locations such as the station locations. PMU will ensure that contracts for
the construction of the advance enabling works at the depot will include a plan to
remove, stockpile (on-site) and protect the topsoil from the Depot for later use in the
project. [Topsoil should also be conserved from the rest of the depot in due course as a
requirement in the EIA for Tranche 2].
       6.      Identify fill sources
70.     After the topsoil and the spoil have been removed, the limited area of 34,000 m2
must be filled, however as yet the depth of fill cannot be confirmed and is also a matter
of detailed design. Plans for the Depot in TA 7343 VIE show the Depot at a level 3 m
higher than current ground level (+3 m). Therefore if the whole of the 34,000 m2 was
back filled and then raised to +3 m this would require 170,000 m3 of fill. Some potential
sources of fill have been identified by MAUR consultants as presented in HCMC
PC/MAUR’s 2009/10 Investment Report for the Project on Investing and Construction
Guard Fencing, Guard House & Filling Ground at Tham Luong Depot. The report was
compiled by TRICC-JSC consultants. However there is no information whether the
environmental authorities consider these sites acceptable as sources of fill. Therefore
MAUR/PMU will ensure that the contracts for the construction of the advance enabling
works at the depot will include a plan to discuss, agree and license the sources of fill
with DONRE (or any other local environmental authority within whose jurisdiction the
sources of fill materials lie). The selected contractor should agree to include in the
contract, before the contract is signed that the licenses for all sources will be obtained
from DONRE or any other relevant environmental authority before the commencement
of construction.
       7.      Hydrological assessment
71.     During the discussions with MAUR and after examination of the Investment
Report the consultants were not able to identify any studies of hydrological and drainage
impacts of the depot site on the surrounding environs. Therefore at the detailed design
stage preliminary hydrological assessments will need to be conducted by MAUR/PMU to
determine the capacity and early phasing for installation of new culverts, replacement of
existing culverts and any other drainage infrastructure. The Preliminary hydrological
assessments will be included in contracts will identify any necessary extensions and
improvements drainage culverts that need to run under the filled area of the Depot site.
The detailed designs will take account of increased rainfall due to a 100 year return
storm event and be included in contracts as far as reasonably practicable. If the
contractor is tasked with designing the culverts, the detailed designs will be agreed with
MAUR/PMU and disclosed for acceptance by ADB before construction commences.
       8.      Environmentally responsible procurement
72.  All the above design phase mitigation measures will be agreed in advance with
PMU (MAUR/PMU) in the project preparation phase and included in the contract


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documentation for the detailed design consultants and cross referenced to the
construction contractors as necessary. The environmental requirements will be included
in the bidding documents that will be prepared later by MAUR/PMU. The requirements in
the contract will include full implementation of the EMP. The contractor will also be
required to engage capable and trained staff or site agents to take responsibility for the
environmental management at the working level and to monitor the effectiveness and
review mitigation measures as the project proceeds. The effective implementation of the
EMP will be audited as part of the loan conditions and MAUR/PMU will make
preparations and report accordingly. In this regard the MAUR/PMU will allow sufficient
resources for PMSC to assist in ensuring that EMP and ADB SPS 2009 provisions as
well as legal environmental requirements are complied with. The PMSC will train
environmental and safety officer(s) in PMU to guide the Contractor(s) on the
environmental and safety aspects of construction. This process has commenced on
some other projects in HCMC and will be carried forward in this project. Any recent
recommendations and initiatives from MONRE, DONRE or other local environmental
and related authorities will be incorporated in the EMP before implementation and
updated and audited as necessary as the project is rolled out.
       9.      Unexploded ordnance
73.     During the TA studies concern was expressed in order to avoid the risks from
unexploded ordnance (UXO) and avoid unnecessary accidents. During the public
consultation in March 2010 enquiries were made with the local inhabitants of District 12
about the possible existence of UXO. The representatives of District 12 indicated that to
their knowledge the Depot area had always been agricultural land and it had never been
used as an army camp or a munitions store and neither had it been the site of any
armed battles or subject to bombing. However as a matter of precaution at the detailed
design stage the PMU will contact independent and international mines advisory groups
and agencies to identify if UXO is a potential threat to works in the project area. PMU will
thus reconfirm that the potential threat from UXO is insignificant before works commence
and inform Contractor(s) and ADB in writing at least 30 days before work commences.

B     Construction Phase
74.     The source of the construction impacts will mainly be from works to extract any
unsuitable spoil, re-filling the site with sand and constructing the offices, drainage
culverts and internal roads. The small scale works associated with fencing, constructing
guard houses and providing lighting should not have any significant impacts.

       1.      Activate Contractors Environmental Management Plan
75.    The Contractor’s SEMP/method statements for the advance enabling works and
Depot office construction will be based on the EMP matrix presented in this IEE
(Appendix B). The Contractor(s) SEMP shall be reviewed and approved by MAUR with
support from PMSC.
76.     The PMSC to be engaged by the PMU shall also be tasked to supervise the
implementation of the SEMP and other pre-construction and construction mitigation
measures indicated in the EMP. In line with ADB policy on environmentally responsible
procurement the PMSC will supervise the Contractor(s) to carry forward the
environmental mitigation measures and enhancements identified in the detailed designs
and in the IEE and reconfirmed in the SEMP.
77.    As part of the contract the Contractor(s) will be required to prepare and
implement an SEMP. The SEMP will include but not be necessarily be limited to all the
construction phase mitigation measures included in the EMP for this IEE (Appendix B,
reviewed at the detailed design stage) as well as details of (i) Waste Management and



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Spoil Disposal Plan (ii) Temporary Drainage Plan (iii) Temporary Traffic Management
Plan (iv) Materials Management Master Plan; (v) Noise and Dust Control Plan and (vi)
Worker and Public Safety Plan. The SEMP shall be completed by the Contractor at least
two weeks before commencement of construction to allow time for review and approval
by MAUR and PMSC.

       2.       Orientation of contractor workforce on environmental matters
78.     The PMU and PMSC will ensure that the contractor trains/orients all staff to
implement the construction mitigation measures by requiring the selected Contractor(s)
to specify training activities in the SEMP including health and safety. The Contractor
shall conduct orientation for workers to raise awareness on environmental protection,
health and safety and the need to implement various environmental mitigation measures
required for the project. The PMSC will monitor the implementation of mitigation
measures by the Contractor(s) and if the required measures are not installed payments
will be withheld. These requirements including the EMP (Appendix B) will be included in
the contract; such as in the Particular Specification. At the bidding stage Contractor(s)
will be required to clearly separate resources to be applied to mitigation measures and
specify in tenders named staff to supervise implementation of the Project EMP and
SEMP. The contractor will also make allowances to implement malaria controls and
other social plans such as HIV-AIDS education if required by the social workstream.

       3.       Vegetation clearing and topsoil removal
79.    The agricultural soil at the Depot site is a valuable resource and a significant
amount of topsoil will be available within the 34,000 m2 to be cleared in the limited area
for the advance enabling works. If the top 50 cm is skimmed off and saved, up to
170,000 m3 of topsoil will be available for reuse later. The topsoil stockpile will require a
modest area of about 3,000 m2. The contractor shall implement the following mitigation
measures to address impacts due to vegetation clearing and topsoil removal:
   (i) Coordinate with DONRE and local officials on the safe and acceptable disposal
       of cleared vegetation (shrubs, grasses, small trees, etc.) and obtain necessary
       permits or clearances.
   (ii) Burning of cleared vegetation will not be undertaken.
   (iii) Upon completion of vegetation clearing, remove the topsoil and stockpile at the
         depot either for landscaping at the depot or for later use on other areas along
         MRT2.
   (iv) The location of the stockpile within the depot area should be discussed by the
        Contractor with PMU and PMSC in advance of site clearance.
   (v) The stockpile should not be more than 2 m high. When stockpiling is complete
       the soil should be protected from rain to avoid leaching of nutrients. This can be
       done by pegging tarpaulin or polythene sheets over the stockpile. The
       conservation of this immediately available soil material will reduce the need for
       additional topsoil in future.

       4.       Spoil disposal
80.      The level of the site will be raised by filling. In order to make the filling permanent
it is estimated that about 68,000 m3 of unsuitable soils will need to be disposed of from
the Project area. Following are the mitigation measures to be implemented by
contractors to minimize impacts due to spoils disposal:
   (i) Having confirmed the availability of disposal site(s) before contracts are signed
       the selected contractor will prepare a Waste Management and Disposal Plan


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        (WMDP) as part of SEMP for handling, storage, treatment, transport and disposal
        of excavation spoils as well as other solid and liquid wastes generated during
        construction.
   (ii) Spoil disposal will only be to DONRE approved facilities and approval will be
        sought from DONRE in writing at least two weeks prior to starting Project area
        clearing works.
   (iii) Spoil disposal shall not cause sedimentation and obstruction of flow of
         watercourses, damage to agricultural land and densely vegetated areas.
   (iv) The spoils disposal site shall be located at least 50 m from surface water courses
        and shall be protected from erosion through provision of drainage, avoiding
        formation of steep slopes and grassing.
   (v) In order to prevent fly tipping, each load of spoil for disposal will be tracked from
       source to the disposal site using a trip ticket system; the chain of custody will be
       recorded in writing, monitored and catalogued. The spoil disposal dumping areas
       will be recorded for every load.

        5.     Sources of filling material
81.     The office land and areas immediately adjacent must be filled and raised to allow
for access roads and cross drainage and a reasonable area of working space. The
Depot site level will be about 3 m above current ground levels; up to 170,000 m3 (not
including surcharging) of fill requirements. Allowing 7 m3 for each lorry load it will take
about 25,000 lorry loads (subject to detailed design).
82.     The locations for sources of fill have not yet been confirmed although there are
believed to be ample sources in the vicinity. The Investment Report says that “sand can
be taken from Dong Nai River or along Tien River (a section close to My Thuan Bridge).
Building stone can be taken from Hoa An mine, Thuan An commune, Binh Duong
province or in Bien Hoa, or Dong Nai provinces. Filling sand is transported from other
places and gathered at An Loc Bridge area – District 12. From here, sand is transported
on land following Dai Han Highway to Truong Chinh Road and then to Tham Luong or
may be taken from other mines and transported to the Depot by road. Filling ground and
internal road construction will be mainly done by mechanical equipment. Required
density for pavement is K>=0.95; for filling ground K>=0.90”.
83.     The Investment Report does not provide any justification for the use of these
potential sources or make any reference whether or not these sources are acceptable to
DONRE or other local authorities. Therefore it is proposed that the acceptability of the
sites is agreed with DONRE or other local authorities and confirmed acceptable to the
contractor prior to signing of contracts as transportation of the fill, may be subject to
recalculation and rates must be agreeable in the contract.
84.    The following mitigation measures shall be implemented by the contractors to
minimize adverse impacts due to sourcing of fill materials:
   i)   Balance cut and fill requirements to minimize impacts from extraction of
        aggregates/fill materials
   ii) Procure materials only from DONRE authorized quarries.
   iii) If the contractor shall operate the quarry site/borrow pit, required environmental
        permits shall be secured prior to operation of such sites.
   iv) Prioritize use of existing quarry and borrow sites with valid environmental permits
       from local authority. Update the list of quarries and borrow pits monthly in MMP
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   v) Prior to extraction, topsoil will be stockpiled, preserved and then refilled after
      completion of quarry/borrow pit operation for rehabilitation purposes.
   vi) The use of river bed sources shall be avoided, as much as possible, however if
       this is unavoidable the contractor shall minimize use of river bed for construction
       materials and sources of fill and quarry materials lying on small rivers and
       streams shall be avoided. Alluvial terraces or alluvial deposits which lie on the
       river beds but not covered by water in normal hydrological conditions shall be
       preferred.
   vii) Confine winning river bed materials to less than 20% of river width in any location
        and keep away from river banks.
   viii) Protect and reinstate river banks if unexpected erosion occurs.
   ix) Implement compensatory planting (at least one is to one ratio) if trees will have to
       be removed at quarry and borrow sites.
   x) In quarries in mountainous or hilly areas, or wherever slopes are important,
      terraces shall be cut after completion of extraction, drainage system and
      vegetation cover shall be provided for rehabilitation to enhance slope stability.
   xi) Ensure quarry areas and borrow pits are left in a tidy state with stable side slopes
       and proper drainage in order to minimize soil erosion, siltation of nearby bodies
       of water and to avoid creation of water bodies favorable for mosquito breeding.
85.    The contractor will record dates and amounts of fill materials removed from each
site and catalogue the arrival of materials at site using a trip ticket system for chain of
custody. PMU and PMSC will check conditions at sources monthly. The check shall be
done for quarries and borrow areas operated by the contractor and/or suppliers.
86.      The Investment Report states that “other materials like steel, iron, cement … can
be brought from material supplying agents surrounding the project area”. This
presumably refers to the many suppliers of building materials in the Than Long area in
District 12. There is also a cement batching plant within 1km of the Depot site. Use of
these local sources would minimize transportation of building materials to the Depot site.
87.     It is recommended that the contracts include for requirement for the SEMP to
include a Materials Management Plan (MMP) to cover delivery of materials to site
regularly to avoid stockpiles and dust sources, safe storage of fuel and bulk materials
with permits under provincial laws as necessary and simple matters such as covering
material transport vehicles and updating the MMP monthly.

   6. Noise and Dust Control
88.      There is at least 100 m between the nearest residential sensitive receivers (SR)
and the planned area for office construction therefore there will generally be sufficient
buffer distance between the work and the existing SRs such that only moderate impact
is expected from the construction works on residential sensitive receivers in terms of
noise and dust. Noise and dust were recognized as nuisances by the local population
although considered acceptable in view of the moist conditions at the site and that there
were good benefits from MRT2 in future. Also the local population expects the
authorities to control these impacts effectively. Therefore although noise and dust are
not identified as major significant concerns by the general public in consultation,
nevertheless it is good practice to control all dusty materials at source so that conditions
on access roads are not impaired and so that road safety can be maintained or
increased. Certain routine good site practices are required and also noisy
activities/works will not take place at night. The mitigation measures to be implemented
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   i)   Burning of wastes generated at the construction sites, work camps and other
        project-related activities shall be strictly prohibited.
   ii) No noisy construction-related activities (e.g., transport of materials along
       residential areas and other sensitive receptors, piling, etc.) will be carried out
       during the night (2100 hrs to 0700 hrs). Such activities shall be restricted to
       daylight hours.
   iii) if piling is required, it shall be restricted to between 08:00 hrs to 18:00 hrs and
        shall be carried out as efficiently and quickly as possible. The timing shall be
        discussed and agreed with the local community in District 12.
   iv) Powered mechanical equipment (PME) and vehicle emissions shall meet
       national TCVN standards.
   v) Keep stockpiles moist and cover vehicles with tarpaulin sheets or other suitable
      materials to minimize dust emission and prevent spillage materials (e.g., soil,
      cement, stone, sand, aggregates, etc.).
   vi) As much as possible, use local supplies of cement from batching plant at Thanh
       Long. Concrete mixing areas at the Project site shall be located at least 100 m
       from the nearest residential area.
   vii) Install wheel washing equipment (see further details below).
   viii) If the works surface and access roads are dry and dusty, water will be sprinkled
         on the exposed surfaces when work is carried out along residential areas,
         roadside tea and food stalls, schools, hospitals and other sensitive receptors.
   ix) If works have given rise to complaints over dust, the contractor shall investigate
       the cause, report it in the monthly progress reports and review and propose
       alternative mitigation measures before works recommence.
   x) All heavy equipment and machinery shall be fitted with noise and emission
      control equipment in full compliance with the national and local regulations
      (TCVN).
   xi) Fuel-efficient and well-maintained haulage trucks will be used to minimize
       exhaust emissions. Smoke belching vehicles and equipment shall not be allowed
       and shall be removed from the project.
   xii) Impose speed limits on construction vehicles to minimize road dust and avoid
        accidents in areas where sensitive receptors are located (houses, schools, etc.)
   xiii) Locations for stockpiling material at the depot area will be at least 100 m south
         from the nearest residential sensitive receivers.
   xiv) Properly maintain vehicles and construction equipment to ensure that these
        comply with applicable vehicle emission standards set by the Government.
   xv) Undertake immediate repairs of any malfunctioning construction vehicles and
       equipment.
   xvi) Idling of engines shalll be discouraged

   7. Construction Waste Management and Pollution Prevention
89.    As mentioned above, the contractor will prepare a waste management and spoil
disposal plan (WMSDP) as part of SEMP that will include all aspects of waste storage,
disposal and accidental spills to be approved in writing two weeks prior to starting
construction works. Waste disposal will be to facilities approved by DONRE or licensed
by local authorities and will be monitored and catalogued. The waste disposal will be



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monitored by MAUR/PMSC in the monthly progress reports. Specific mitigation
measures to be implemented by the contractors are as follows:
   i)      Wastewater effluent from Contractor(s)’ workshops and equipment washing-
           yards will be passed through gravel/sand beds and all oil/grease contaminants
           will be removed discharging it as required by DONRE. Oil and grease residues
           shall be stored in drums awaiting disposal in line with the agreed Waste WMSDP
           and consistent with national and local regulations.
   ii) Before the works commence, necessary permits from DONRE shall be obtained
       in relation to effluent discharges from construction works.
   iii) Standing water will not be allowed to accumulate in the temporary drainage
        facilities or along the roadside to avoid formation of breeding sites for
        mosquitoes. Temporary and permanent drainage facilities will be designed to
        facilitate the rapid removal of surface water from all areas and prevent the
        accumulation of surface water ponds.
   iv) Discharge of oily wastewater, fuel and oil to watercourses/canals and on the
       ground/soil shall be prohibited.
   v) Immediate clean-up of oil spills and leaks shall be undertaken.
   vi) Fuel and other hazardous substances shall be stored in roofed, concrete-lined
       and bunded areas at least 50 m away from drainage/surface water courses.
   vii) Provision of garbage bins and facilities within the project site for temporary
        storage of construction waste and domestic solid waste (from worker’s camps).
        The contractor shall ensure that wastes are not haphazardly dumped within the
        project site and adjacent areas and shall ensure regular collection and disposal
        to sites approved by local authorities.

   8. Health and Safety Precautions for Workers and Public
90.     It is likely that most of the construction workforce will travel to the site daily from
within HCMC and many from District 12. Therefore it does not seem likely that a
residential worker camp will be required. However there will be a need for temporary
offices, showers and toilets and a worker canteen/rest area and first aid provisions. The
Contractor(s) will adopt good management practices to ensure that waste is controlled
and disposed of in controlled conditions to reduce the risk of contamination. Worker
occupational health and safety is generally governed by the Labour Code of Viet Nam
and decree 06/CP (20 Jan 1995), decree /202 ND-CP OP (27 Dec 2002) and Circular
13/ BYT 24 Oct 10996) 110). A Worker and Public Safety Plan will be included by the
contractor in the SEMP to establish routine safety measures as required by Labour Code
of Vietnam and by good engineering practice. Mitigation measures to be implemented by
contractors to ensure health and safety of workers are as follows:
   (i)        At least one month before construction commences the Contractor will
              demonstrate to MAUR that the safety plan will be properly resourced and a
              qualified safety officer will be identified by contractor in his bid and the safety
              plan will be approved by PMU and PMSC before construction commences.
   (ii)       Conduct of training for all workers on safety and environmental hygiene. The
              contractor will instruct workers in health and safety matters as required by law
              and by good engineering practice and provide first aid facilities.
   (iii)      The Contractor will instruct and induct all workers in health and safety matters
              (induction course) and site agents/foremen will follow up with toolbox talks on
              a weekly basis.



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   (iv)         Conduct of training for all workers on safety and environmental hygiene. The
                contractor will instruct workers in health and safety matters as required by law
                and by good engineering practice and provide first aid facilities.
   (v)          The Contractor will instruct and induct all workers in health and safety matters
                (induction course) and site agents / foremen will follow up with toolbox talks
                on a weekly basis.
   (vi)         Construction camp will be established in areas with adequate drainage in
                order to prevent water logging at the camp and formation of breeding sites for
                mosquitoes.
   (vii)        Potable water, clean water for showers, hygienic sanitation facilities/toilets
                with sufficient water supply, worker canteen/rest area and first aid facilities
                will be provided. Separate toilets shall be provided for male and female
                workers.
   (viii)       Fencing on all areas of excavation greater than 1m deep and sides of
                temporary works shall be observed.
   (ix)         Workers shall be provided with of appropriate personnel safety equipment
                such as safety boots, helmets, gloves, protective clothes, breathing mask,
                goggles, and ear protection
   (x)          Measures to prevent malaria shall be implemented (e.g., provision of
                insecticide treated mosquito nets to workers, spraying of insecticides,
                installation of proper drainage to avoid formation of stagnant water, etc.)
91.     The following mitigation measures to ensure public safety shall be implemented
by the contractor:
   (i)          The Depot site will be fenced and guarded so public access will be restricted.
   (ii)         Fencing will be installed prior to excavation work commencing on all sides of
                temporary excavations.
   (iii)        Provisions for site security, trench barriers and covers to other holes and any
                other safety measures as necessary.
   (iv)         Provide warning signs at the periphery of the site warning the public not to
                enter and define this in the SEMP.
   (v)          Strict imposition of speed limits along residential areas and where other
                sensitive receptors such as schools, hospitals, and other populated areas are
                located.
   (vi)         Educate drivers on safe driving practices to minimize accidents and to
                prevent spill of hazardous substances (fuel and oil) and other construction
                materials during transport.

           9.      Wheel Washing
92.     There will be a requirement for at least 25,000 lorry trips from and to the site for
spoil disposal and delivery of fill materials. In addition there will be delivery vehicles for
cement and steel etc. Assuming a lorry could leave or enter the site every three minutes,
the completion of the excavation and filling for the Project area may take more than six
months. In addition the construction work will take several months. Therefore there will
be a need for wheel washing facilities to minimize transfer of mud and loose construction
materials on to local roads over a long period of time. Given the indicated need to
complete this work soon there may be need for more than one controlled active exit from
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93.      Therefore wheel washing facilities will be installed and properly maintained to
wash all vehicles leaving site at all exits from the construction site. The wheel washing
facilities will be installed just inside the exit gates and surrounded by a sealed surface
with back fall into the Project area and into the wash pit or wash area and to prevent
egress of washings on to local roads. The wheels of all vehicles exiting from site will be
washed down and washing water will be settled and re-circulated. Washing slurry will be
drained and allowed to soak away within the Depot site or disposed as directed by the
PMSC to a controlled disposal site. To prevent dust all roads areas within site will be
kept moist and vehicles will be covered to prevent spillage.
94.     The road surfaces outside gates will be cleaned and swept after work daily and
all other approach road surfaces will clean up after work as necessary if there is
accidental spillage.

              11.      Traffic Management
95.     Construction activities on the Project area are likely to cause hindrance in traffic
flow if not mitigated properly. In order to minimize disturbance a Temporary Traffic
Management plan (TTMP) will be developed and submitted by the contractor to the
PMU/PMSC at least one month before commencement of construction. The routes for
access will be agreed with District 12. The main objectives of the plan shall be to
maximize the safety of the workforce and the travelling public. The main secondary
objective will be to keep traffic flowing as freely as possible.
96.           Mitigation measures to be imnplemented by the contractors are as follows
      i)      Post traffic advisory signs (to minimize traffic build-up) in coordination with local
              authorities
      ii) As much as possible, schedule delivery of construction materials and equipment
          during non-peak hours
      iii) Regularly monitor traffic conditions along access roads to ensure that project
           vehicles are not causing congestion.
97.           The TTMP will include consideration of the following
      (i)           Lane availability and minimizing interference with local traffic to and from
                    areas near the works site.
      (ii)          Establishment of acceptable delivery working hours and constraints on
                    loading and routes.
      (iii)         Local road conditions surveyed before works commence.
      (iv)          Agreement on       time   scale   and   establishment    of     traffic   flow/delay
                    requirements.
      (v)           Programming issues including the time of year and available resources.
      (vi)          Discussion of the PMSC/PMU inspection/monitoring role.
      (vii)         Establishment of complaints management system for duration of the works
      (viii)        Agree with District 12 on publicity requirements (advance warning signs etc.).
      (ix)          Reinstatement of local roads to original condition or better.
98.    The TTMP will be reviewed by PMU/PMSC and approved, if found appropriate.
Resources from contractor and PMU/PMSC will be provided as per the plan before
construction commences.

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99.     The contractor shall immediately repair any damage caused by the Project to
community facilities such as water supply, power supply, and the like. Access roads
damaged during transport of construction materials and other project-related activities
shall be reinstated upon completion of construction works.

       13.     Enhancements
100. Environmental enhancements should be a consideration in projects (SPS 2009).
Simple enhancements such as the use of renewable energy for solar water heating and
photo voltaic arrays and inverters for power supply on non critical equipment have been
proposed to be considered in the detailed designs, as much as possible. In addition it
has been common practice in HCMC to plant trees along many highways to provide
visual interest in line with best international practice and tree planting and soft
landscaping in any non-built up areas remaining in the Project site will be included.
Whereas water supply is not likely to be limited along in the Depot area there will be
some good opportunity sites for tree planting. These locations may provide a chance to
create some local soft landscaping where successful planting of trees and shrubs could
be accomplished and should be investigated at the detailed design stage. This practice
has been identified in the Investment Report and should be encouraged as far as
practicable and to foster goodwill with the local community. Other opportunities for
enhancements can be assessed prior to construction and proposed enhancements
should be discussed with the local population to serve as a vehicle for further public
relations consultation at the implementation stage and to assist in public relations.

       14.     Other matter considered
101. There are no trees on Project area and PMSC will supervise and monitor to
check that the Contractor(s) to carry forward the mitigation measures and environmental
enhancements identified in the SEMP. Supporting facilities such as cement plant will be
available locally and facilities already established in the neighbourhood will be used to
avoid transport impacts.
102. All existing culverts will be extended and an adequate number of culverts will be
included in the detailed designs and will be constructed across under the Depot
embankments with an allowance for increases in rainfall due to a 100 year return storm
event. The use of bitumen is not planned and cement and concrete will be used to seal
roads.
103. Water quality impacts are not an issue as the surface water on the site and the
surrounding waterway are already grossly polluted and no additional uncontrolled
discharges will be allowed in to the canal. Water supply should not be an issue as local
houses more than 100m from the main road have to pump water from the aquifer below.
The construction of the office over a limited area should not affect these supplies.
However this may be an issue for the full depot site in the forthcoming EIA for Tranche 2.
Ample water should be available and local water resources could be used because
sufficient yield is generally available.

C     Operational Phase
104. The operation of the offices themselves should have little effect on the
surrounding environment, however, there are some minor issues that should be
monitored in the operational phase such as accidents and waste disposal and some of
these are linked to the later stages of operation of the full Depot for the MRT2 that will be
confirmed in the later EIA for MRT2.
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105. If provided. the enhancements for use of solar water heating and photo voltaic
arrays and inverters will require maintenance therefore Contractor(s) tenders will be
required to identify resources training to supervise maintenance of renewable energy
water heating and photo voltaic arrays and inverters after installation. The survival of
planted trees and vegetation for soft landscaping should be monitored and dead trees
replaced by MAUR/operator.
       2.      Nuisances
106. The operation of the Depot offices is not anticipated to cause adverse
impacts/nuisances to residences, schools or commercial premises in the vicinity of the
Project site. Environmental monitoring provisions for the impacts of the fully developed
Depot shall be detailed in the EIA for Tranche 2.

       3.      Solid Waste and Sewage
107. The workers/employees at the Depot offices will generate solid wastes and
sewage. The offices shall be provided with toilets and septic tanks for handling and
treatment of domestic wastewater. Waste collection bins or receptacles shall be placed
in various locations within the offices and surrounding areas. Garbage shall be regularly
collected and shall be disposed consistent with local regulations.

       4.      Traffic
108. The opening of the Depot offices will increase the traffic on the road to the site
but additional future traffic should be moderate and unlikely to create many community
safety issues. However it will be prudent to monitor and report any accidents on the road
to the Depot and the road safety should be developed with District 12 in the operational
phase with awareness campaigns in preparation for the full Depot operations. Routine
safety measures, signage and road markings should be introduced to reduce driving risk
further in accident prone areas and provide enhancements to driving conditions near the
Depot.

D     Cumulative Environmental Impact Associated with the Project Locations
109. There should be no significant adverse cumulative impacts expected from the
Depot office construction. Overall the operation of the office may potentially lead to some
growing traffic, commercial activities, that may indirectly lead incrementally to additional
pollution. It is not possible to quantify these impacts at this stage. However the Depot will
be accessible from existing roads and the network of roads that lead to the Depot roads
form part of an already well developed network. Although the Depot will increase traffic
this in not likely to be significant before the Depot becomes fully operational. The
impacts of the fully operational Depot will be included in the next stage of environmental
assessment in the forthcoming EIA for MRT2 required under SPS 2009.




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  VI. INFORMATION DISCLOSURE, CONSULTATION AND PARTICIPATION


110. The objectives of the stakeholder consultation process was to disseminate
information on the Project for advance enabling works and Depot office construction and
the expected impact, long-term as well as short-term, among primary and secondary
stakeholders, and to gather information on relevant issues. The feedback received has
been used to address these issues at early stages of project design. Another important
objective was to determine the extent of the concerns amongst the community, to
address these in the project implementation and to suggest appropriate mitigation
measures.

A       Identification of Stakeholders
111. Stakeholders are people, groups, or institutions that may be affected by, can
significantly influence, or are important to the achievement of the stated purpose of a
proposed intervention. For this project stakeholders included the community living in the
area of District 12 and the businesses associated with the Depot site area and locally
elected representatives.

B       Consultation with Stakeholders
112. The results of the public consultations are recorded in Appendix C. There were
few environmental concerns expressed during the meeting but the 15 locally affected
participants who attended were given a questionnaire. Twelve of the 15 participants
returned the questionnaire and ten made some responses, however the main concerns
were about appropriate compensation for their land and crops. The main environmental
concern was about interference with transportation on roads near the Depot. The next
most important environmental concern was about construction noise followed by dust
and the scheduling of the works. Other written responses mainly concerned
compensation issues.

Table VI.1 Summary of Environmental Concerns from Public Consultation

        Concern expressed                 Persons                  How concern is addressed in IEE
                                            with
                                          concern

Local transportation affected and local      6      Contractor(s) site-specific environmental management plan (SEMP)
roads will be damaged by construction               will include temporary traffic management plan (TTMP) including
traffic                                             acceptable route worked out with District 12. Wheel washing will be
                                                    compulsory. Damage to roads will be repaired.

Construction noise                           3      SEMP will include noise and air quality control plan and construction
                                                    hours will be limited as worked out with District 12.

Construction dust                            2      SEMP will include noise and air quality (dust) control plan and
                                                    construction hours will be limited as worked out with District 12.

Scheduling                                   1      MAUR and PMU will oversee Contractor(s) schedule to ensure
                                                    prompt completion of the works.

Other land should be used.                   2      Not possible to address in the IEE. Land use is selected by People’s
                                                    Committee by Law.

No responses                                 5      N/A




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C    Concerns Addressed
113. The main concerns expressed were about land acquisition, resettlement and
compensation issues. The environmental concerns expressed were on transport, noise
and dust and all these can be controlled and minimized by thorough implementation of
the Project EMP as detailed in the SEMP to be prepared by contractors. The concerns
for delay of the works and scheduling can be addressed by MAUR/PMSC by monitoring
and management of the Contractor(s).




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                     VII. GRIEVANCE REDRESS MECHANISM


114. Through a Grievance Redress Committee (GRC), MAUR shall promptly address
affected people’s concerns, complaints, and grievances about the Project’s
environmental performance at no costs to the complainant and without retribution. The
GRC, which shall be established by MAUR before commencement of site works, shall
be chaired by MAUR and shall have members from the contractor, ward and district
committees, DONRE, local NGO, and women’s organization. Grievances can be filed in
writing or verbally with any member of the GRC. The committee will have 15 days to
respond with a resolution. If unsatisfied with the decision, the existence of the GRC shall
not impede the complainant’s access to the Government’s judicial or administrative
remedies.
115. MAUR shall make public the existence of this grievance redress mechanism
through public awareness campaigns. MAUR shall also set-up a hotline for complaints
and the hotline shall be publicized through the media and numbers placed on the notice
boards outside the construction site and a suggestion/complaints box shall be placed
outside the Depot site. Locally affected people will still be able to express grievances
through the ward or district committees and these would be referred to MAUR through
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                  VIII.ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN


A    Environmental Compliance
116. This IEE including the EMP should be used as a basis for an environmental
compliance program as well as for the preparation of site-specific EMP by the
contractors for the advance enabling works and Depot office construction. The EMP, any
conditions of the environmental clearance from DONRE and any subsequent licenses
and approvals from local authorities will also be included in the tender and contract
documents for the contractor. Therefore, continued monitoring of the implementation of
mitigation measures, the implementation of the environmental conditions from
environmental clearance, and monitoring of the environmental impact related to the
construction of all future works to complete the advance enabling works and Depot office
construction, including complaints, should be properly carried out and reported by
MAUR/PMU to ADB on a semi-annual basis. Compliance with all of the EMP
requirements shall also be reported in other periodic project performance reports.
117. The impacts from construction and operation will be manageable and no
insurmountable impacts are predicted providing that the EMP is included in the contract
documents, updated in the SEMP and implemented to its full extent. The details of EMP
are condensed in Appendix B in the form of the matrix and may require revision as the
project reaches detailed design (e.g., in case additional components which will cause
adverse environmental impacts are included). The impacts have been classified as per
the design/preparation stage, construction stage and operational stage. The matrix
details the mitigation measures recommended for each of the identified impacts,
approximate location of the mitigation routes, time span of the implementation of
mitigation measures, an analysis of the associated costs and the responsibility of the
institution. The institutional responsibility has been specified for the purpose of the
implementation and the supervision. The matrix is supplemented with a monitoring plan
for the performance indicators. A broad brush estimation of the associated costs for the
monitoring is presented as a first step in costing the monitoring. The EMP has been
prepared following best practice and the ADB SPS 2009.
118. Monitoring activities during implementation will focus on compliance with license
conditions, recording implementation of mitigation measures, monitoring complaints,
reviewing contractor environmental performance and proposing remedial actions to
address unexpected impacts during construction. Some of these tasks can be assigned
to the Contractor(s) and managed by the PMU and PMSC. The monitoring plan (Tables
VII.1 and VII.2) was designed based on the likely Project cycle for the advance enabling
works and Depot office construction. Indicative cost estimates for monitoring are
provided for advance enabling works and Depot office construction.
119. During the design and preconstruction period, the monitoring activities will focus
on (i) checking the contractor’s bidding documents, particularly to ensure that all
necessary environmental requirements have been included; and (ii) checking that the
contract documents’ references to environmental mitigation measures requirements
have been incorporated as part of contractor’s assignment. The locations for spoil
disposal and sourcing filling materials must also be clarified and agreed with DONRE.
Where detailed design is required (e.g. for further elaboration of the drainage culverts)
the checking of updated designs must be carried out including requirements for
additional land.
120. During the construction period, the monitoring activities will focus on ensuring
that environmental mitigation measures are implemented, and some performance
indicators and complaints will need to be monitored to record the environmental


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achievements and to guide any remedial action to address unexpected impacts.
Monitoring activities during project operation will focus on recording transport
management, noise and dust complaints near the advance enabling works and Depot
office construction as well as general environmental performance and proposing
remedial actions to address unexpected impacts.

B        Implementation Arrangements
121. The environmental regulations of GOV are derived from the Law on
Environmental Protection (2006) and subsequent decrees and regulations have been
described above in Section II.
122. For the advance enabling works and Depot office construction under Tranche 1
(the Project) MAUR will engage Detailed Design Consultants (DDC) and Project
Management Supervision Consultants (PMSC). The PMSC will engage an environment
and safety specialist (ESS) to improve the environmental awareness in PMU/MAUR. It is
recommended that PMU also identify at least one Environmental and Safety Officer
(ESO) for the Project to be trained by the ESS in PMSC for this and future projects.
Environmental responsibilities in PMU will develop and in future this approach can be
broadened to an Environmental and Safety Safeguards Team.
123. To facilitate EMP implementation, during preparation for construction the
Contractor(s) must be prepared during the tendering and pre-construction phase to
cooperate with PMU, PMSC and the local population, in the mitigation of impacts.
However, experience suggests that Contractor(s) may have little impetus or interest in
dealing with environmental problems in the absence of performance-related criteria.
Therefore, the contractor will be required to produce a Site Specific EMP (SEMP) when
the detailed designs are known and prior to implementation of site works. The PMU and
PMSC shall review and approve the contractor’s SEMP to ensure that this is consistent
with the Project EMP requirements. These requirements will be clearly described in the
bidding and contract documents. Clearances for payments will include certification from
the PMSC as to the effective implementation of the EMP and completion of mitigation
will therefore be linked to payment milestones.
124. The requisite ESO staff in PMU and should be delegated prior to the
commencement of the tendering for the construction activities to work with the ESS in
PMSC to ensure the inclusion of environmental requirements can be translated into
contractual works. The ESS in PMSC will train the ESO in PMU on EMP implementation.
The ESO in PMU, while developing experience, can initially fall back on assistance from
ESS in PMSC.
125. Overall implementation of the EMP will become PMU’s responsibility. The
responsibilities of parties to be involved in implementing the EMP for Tranche 1 are as
follows.
126. MAUR / PMU will be responsible to ensure that sufficient resources are allocated
in advance to allow the appropriate time to process the environmental assessments and
to implement all construction and operational mitigation measures required to mitigate
environmental impacts to acceptable levels. MAUR/PMU will also:
    i)    Ensure that Project implementation complies with ADB's SPS 2009 principles
          and requirements;
    ii) Designate at least one staff as environment and safety officer (ESO)
    iii) Ensure that EMP provisions are incorporated in the design and that required
         environmental approvals from DONRE are obtained in a timely manner;




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   iv) Establish an environmental grievance redress mechanism, acceptable to ADB, to
       receive and facilitate resolution of affected peoples' concerns, complaints, and
       grievances about the Project's environmental performance;
   v) Submit semi-annual environmental monitoring reports to ADB regarding EMP
      implementation for all project components under Tranche 1;
   vi) Ensure that tender documents and civil works contracts (financed by ADB, the
       Government and co-financiers) include the Project EMP and specify requirement
       for preparation and implement of construction site-specific EMP;
   vii) Review and approve the SEMPs/Method Statements with assistance from the
        PMSC;
   viii) Based on the results of EMP monitoring, identify environmental corrective
         actions and prepare a corrective action plan, as necessary, for submission to
         ADB; and
   ix) Ensure that environmental assessment of Tranche 2 and other suprojects,
       projects and/or components prepared after MFF approval are carried out based
       on the agreed Environmental Assessment and Review Framework and ADB’s
       SPS 2009.

127. The Detailed Design Consultant (DDC) shall incorporate into the design the
environmental protection and mitigation measures identified in the EMP for the design
stage.
128.    The Project Management Support Consultant (PMSC) will be responsible to:
   i)   Assist MAUR/PMU to ensure that the EMP provisions are included in the tender
        documents and civil works contracts;
   ii) Engage an environment and safety specialist to undertake regular monitoring of
       the advance enabling works and Depot office construction and report based on
       EMP provisions;
   iii) Prior to implementation of civil works, assist MAUR/PMU in reviewing and
        approving the SEMPs/Method Statements prepared by Contractor(s) to ensure
        that these are consistent with the provisions of the Project EMP;
   iv) Assist MAUR /PMU in monitoring the implementation of mitigation measures and
       the environmental performance of Contractor(s) based on the advance enabling
       works and Depot office construction EMP and the SEMPs/Method Statements
       prepared by Contractor(s);
   v) Undertake capacity building activities on environmental management as
      specified in this IEE.
   vi) Prepare semi-annual environmental monitoring reports.

129.    The Contractor(s) will be responsible to:
        i)   Recruit qualified environmental and safety agent (ESA) to ensure compliance
             with environmental statutory and contractual obligation, implementation of
             EMP provisions as well as preparation and implementation of the SEMP.
        ii) Prepare and submit to PMU a SEMP/Method Statements                 prior to
            commencement of civil works.
        iii) Ensure proper implementation of the SEMP and provisions of the advance
             enabling works and Depot office EMP included in the IEE.


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       iv) Implement additional environmental mitigation measures, as necessary
130. Government agencies: such as DONRE will be responsible for monitoring the
implementation of all necessary statutory environmental permit conditions such as those
related to spoil disposal and extraction of filling materials.

C     Capacity Building
131. The PMSC, through its ESS, shall provide on-the-job training to the ESO of PMU
and other relevant staff of MAUR and PMU. The ESS in PMSC will work closely with the
ESO to review the IEE and EMP and incorporate them in bidding documents. The
training to be provided by PMSC shall include: (i) reviewing and updating of
environmental assessments and EMPs, (ii) how to make EMPs practicable and
incorporate them in bidding documents, (iii) monitoring of contractor's environmental
performance and other mitigation measures, and (iv) preparation of monitoring reports.

D     Environmental Monitoring (design stage/pre-construction stage)
132. This IEE concludes that the construction impacts will be manageable if the
mitigation measures are implemented thoroughly. The EMP (Appendix B) is based on
the type, extent and duration of the identified environmental impacts. The EMP has been
prepared by close reference to best practices and in line with SPS 2009.
133. Implementation of construction of the Project will need to comply with
environmental requirements and clearance that has been obtained from DONRE for the
whole MRT2 project at a provincial level for any statutory environmental assessment or
an indication that no further assessment is required. DDC shall ensure that design
measures identified in the EMP are incorporated in the Project design. PMSC will also
need to confirm that Contractor(s) and their suppliers have complied with all statutory
requirements for permits from DONRE and provincial authorities. PMSC should also
check that Contractor(s) have all the necessary valid licenses and permits for use of
powered mechanical equipment if necessary and the use of local water supplies (and to
construct or operate plant such as for cement batching or bitumen (if required) in line
with all environmental regulations and permit conditions from provincial authorities. (N.B.
local suppliers of cement and bitumen will be preferred if practicable).
134. The effective incorporation of the EMP in the contracts and implementation of the
EMP should be audited as part of the loan conditions and MAUR must be prepared for
this. MAUR/PMU must be prepared to guide the design engineers and Contractor(s) on
the environmental aspects. It is recommended that such leadership and auditing should
be undertaken by the PMSC’s ESS at least in the early stages and experienced
environmental staff will be provided for support to PMU by the PMSC from the
commencement of the project to train the ESO in PMU to take on the responsibility as
the Project and MTR2 is rolled out.
135. Prior to implementation of the advance enabling works and Depot office
construction the IEE and EMP shall be amended as necessary and reviewed by the ESS
in PMSC in due course after the advance enabling works and Depot office construction
detailed designs are complete and contracting arrangements are known. Such a review
shall be based on reconfirmation and any additional information on the assumptions
made at this feasibility stage on location scale and expected conditions of the Project for
advance enabling works and Depot office construction. For example, in this case if there
is additional land required (although not confirmed as yet) the designs may be amended
and the environmental significance must be reviewed. Although no major additional
impacts would be anticipated based on the information provided to date, the
performance and evaluation schedules to be implemented during project construction




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and operation can be reviewed, updated, and costs estimates can be revised if
necessary.

E     Environmental Monitoring (construction stage)
136. The SEMP will be reviewed and approved by the PMU with assistance from the
PMSC before any construction activity is initiated to take account of any subsequent
changes and fine tuning of the proposals. At this stage the environmental status of the
existing Depot site is based on observation and there would seem to be little additional
benefit from baseline environmental monitoring. The main monitoring for the SEMP
should be based on thorough implementation of all the mitigation measures by the
Contractor(s). If this is done effectively the impacts can be controlled well within
acceptable limits. The disposal of spoil and supply of filling and building materials should
be tracked. The access routes by road should also be monitored.

F     Environmental Monitoring (operational stage)
137. Operational monitoring of the Depot office will be beneficial to ensure that the
system is performing to the required standards and that adjustments can be made as
required. Accidents in the vicinity of the depot should be monitored. Monitoring activities
during project operation will focus on complaints, traffic and accident frequency.
Effective monitoring will also facilitate data and performance outcomes to be fed back
into the design and operation of the next phases of the MRT network development.




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 Table VIII.1: Summary Environmental Monitoring Plan for the advance enabling
                     works and Depot office construction
 No.          Environmental Monitoring Tasks                   Implementation              Implementation
                                                                Responsibility               Schedule
    1   Design Phase/Pre-construction Phase
1.1     Disclosure of the advance enabling works and           MAUR/PMU and             Prior to bidding
        Depot office constructionto DONRE and monitor          PMSC through
        permitting.                                            environmental / safety
                                                               specialist

1.2     Audit project bidding documents to ensure EMP          MAUR/PMU and             Prior to issue of bidding
        included in bids and environmental criteria are        PMSC through             documents.
        included in evaluation.                                environmental / safety
                                                               specialist

1.3     Monitor final site selection (boundaries) and          MAUR/PMU and             Prior to MAUR/PMU
        environmental compliance with IEE criteria and         PMSC through             approval of detailed
        EMP.                                                   environmental / safety   designs.
                                                               specialist

1.5     Check sites for spoil disposal and filling materials   MAUR/PMU and             Ongoing, prior to and
        are acceptable to DONRE.                               PMSC through             during implementation
                                                               environmental / safety   of works.
                                                               specialist

2       Construction Phase
2.1     Training and briefing of contractor’s management,      MAUR/PMU PMSC            First training 1 month
        site agents with regards to all IEE and EMP            through                  prior to commencement
        requirements.                                          environmental / safety   of each contract and
                                                               specialist
                                                                                        refresher courses at
                                                                                        least at yearly intervals
                                                                                        throughout construction
                                                                                        period.
2.2     Monitor the performance of environmental training      MAUR/PMU PMSC            Ongoing, prior to and
        by contractor and briefings and of the                 through                  during implementation
        environmental awareness of Contractor(s) staff,        environmental / safety   of works and operation.
                                                               specialist
        tool box talks and & refresher courses.
2.3     Regular (monthly) monitoring and reporting (semi-      MAUR/PMU PMSC            Continuous throughout
        annually) of contractor’s compliance with statutory    through                  construction period.
        environmental requirements                             environmental / safety
                                                               specialist

2.4     Regular (monthly) monitoring and reporting (seni-      MAUR/PMU PMSC            Continuous throughout
        annualy) of contractor’s compliance with               through                  construction period.
        contractual environmental mitigation measures          environmental / safety
                                                               specialist
        including EMP.
2.5     Regular (monthly) monitoring and reporting (semi-      MAUR/PMU PMSC            Continuous throughout
        annually) of complaints and responses or               through                  construction period.
        environmental mitigation measures                      environmental / safety
                                                               specialist

2.6     Monitor adjustments to the EMP for unexpected          MAUR/PMU PMSC            During all phases of
        impacts and the thorough implementation of             through                  the advance enabling
        detailed EMP.                                          environmental / safety   works and Depot office
                                                               specialist
                                                                                        construction.
2.7     Commissioning phase monitoring Depot offices           MAUR/PMU PMSC            At commissioning.
        maintenance and facilities versus environmental        through
        contractual performance criteria. Check ERP            environmental / safety
                                                               specialist
        compliance.
3       Operation and Maintenance Phase
3.1     Observations during routine maintenance                MAUR/Operator            As per MAUR/PMU
        inspections of facilities. Inspections will include                             inspection schedules
        monitoring implementation of operational mitigation
        measures versus environmental criteria specified in


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     No.             Environmental Monitoring Tasks                              Implementation                Implementation
                                                                                  Responsibility                 Schedule
             EMP for operational impacts.

  3.2        Post construction monitoring of complaints and                     MAUR/Operator               Quarterly after
             accidents around the Project site and where                                                    completion of
             complaints were justified in construction phase.                                               construction or until
                                                                                                            water quality meets
                                                                                                            baseline conditions.


        Table VIII.2: Summary of Estimated Costs for EMP Implementation (1 year)

           Item                                Sub Item                           Estimated Total                Estimated Total Cost
                                                                                   Costs [DONG]                        [USD]++
Staffing, audit        and      1 local person for 10 mo                                                                      20,000
monitoring (ES)                 2,000US$/mo.@ (Intermittent
                                $)
Monitoring (e.g. lab.           Not required based on current
activities)                     location of works
Mitigation measures             As prescribed under EMP and                                                                  120,000
                                IEE
Transport                       1 x Vehicle + fuel for life of                                                                30,000
                                Project works
Permitting #                    *                                                                                             70,000

                                                                                         Sub total                           240,000

Contingency                     5% contingency (approx)                                                                       60,000
Total                                                                             5,700,000,000                              300,000
 @ In line with engineers estimates for supervising engineers and for local Environmental Specialist consultant only.
 * Permitting for say 30 permits for all activities.
 $ For international specialist add 18,000US$ / month.
 # Allowance made for possible permit requirements.
 ++ To be updated as necessary at the detailed design stage.

 G         Performance Indicators
 138. The key performance indicator will be the successful implementation of the
 mitigation measures and the SEMP. The successful training of MAUR/PMU’s ESO by
 the PMSC’s ESS and the Contractor’s ability to perform the environmental requirements
 and mitigation measures will also be monitored.




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                 IX. CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS


139. The Project construction is restricted to the defined area of 34,000m2 at this
stage no other land will be required for the advance enabling works and Depot office
construction. This IEE study was carried out when the advance enabling works and
Depot office construction was at the initial stage of design during the TA 7343 VIE.
Secondary data and preliminary observations were used to assess the scale of
environmental impacts and public consultation and site reconnaissance were carried out
in order complete the environmental assessments and recommend suitable mitigation
measures. The potential environmental impacts were assessed in a comprehensive
manner. The impacts from construction and operation will be manageable and no
insurmountable impacts are predicted, provided that the EMP is included in the contract
documents, the EMP is updated in the SEMP and implemented and monitored to its full
extent.
140. In the event that any design details for the locations or scope of the advance
enabling works and Depot office construction are changed, the IEE and EMP shall be
updated accordingly for submission to ADB for review prior to implementation.
MAUR/PMU shall ensure that the EMP is included in the bid and contract documents for
civil works.
141. Several actions are required prior to commencement of site works to minimize
impacts to acceptable levels such as planning spoil disposal and sourcing filing
materials. The negative environmental impacts from the Project will mostly take place
during the construction stage. The construction impacts should be predictable and
manageable and with appropriate mitigation few residual impacts are likely. To improve
environmental capability and to progress and achieve necessary statutory compliance,
the PMSC shall provide on-the-job training to MAUR/PMU on EMP implementation.
142. The responsibilities for the implementation of mitigation measures and the parties
responsible will be clearly defined in contracts and the implementation by various parties
will be checked and monitored by the MAUR/PMU and PMSC including a mechanism to
address unexpected environmental impacts.




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          Appendix A: Selected Photographs




Photograph 1                                           Photograph 4
Depot site viewed from the north looking south         Depot site viewed from the north looking west




Photograph 2                                           Photograph 5
Depot site view from west at stone road looking east   Factories in Depot site at Stone Road looking south




Photograph 3                                           Photograph 6
Depot resettlement area to north of site               Depot resettlement area to north of site




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Appendix B: Environmental Mitigation and
            Monitoring Plan
                                                                                                                                                                                Environmental Mitigation and Monitring Plan Matrix - Appendix B
                                                                                                                                Appendix B
                                                                                                       Environmental Mitigation and Monitoring Plan – Matrix
N.B. In the event that the Environment and Safety Team (EST) is established before advanced enabling works and office construction at Depot site are commenced the EST will take over the responsibilities of
PMSC/MAUR. If environmental consultants are engaged they will report to PMSC/MAUR until EST is established.

                                                                                                            Impact mitigation                                                                                         Impact monitoring
  Environmental                                         Proposed Mitigation Measures                         Responsible to           Timing to            Locations to        Mitigation      Parameter to       Frequency &       Respons. to    Monitoring
                          Objective
    Concern                                                        (MM)                                      Implement MM           Implement MM          Implement MM           Cost            monitor           Verification       Monitor        Cost

DESIGN & PRE-CONSTRUCTION

1. Project           Compliance with VIE    1. Notify HCMC MRT DEPOT project to DONRE and                 MAUR/PMU               Before signing of       MAUR to notify       Cost           Response from       Once. Before       PMSC          Cost met by
disclosure           statutory              identify environmental permits / certificates under                                  contracts for depot     DONRE in HCMC        included in    and DONRE on        signing of                       MAUR/PMU
                     environmental          statutory environmental assessment process.                                          advance enabling        of extent of         MAUR           permits.            contracts                        project staffing
                     assessment process                                                                                          works.                  advance enabling     staffing.                                                           and PMSC
                     and project                                                                                                                         works at depot                                                                           cost.
                     monitoring.                                                                                                                         (inc. access
                                                                                                                                                         roads).
                     Establishment of
                                            2. Implement plan for Grievance Redress Mechanism and                                Before                                                      Check if GRM, as    Before
                     Grievance Redress
                                            inform District 12.                                                                  commencement of                                             specified in the    commencement of
                     Mechanism (GRM)
                                                                                                                                 site works                                                  IEE, has been       site works
                                                                                                                                                                                             established
2. Subproject        EMP can control        1. Ensure depot area is as described in the IEE with same     1 MAUR/PMU             Before signing of       Depot subproject      Cost          Complete check      Once,              MAUR          Cost met by
boundaries           impacts and            land acquisition.                                             2. MAUR/PMU with       contracts for depot     boundary.            included in    on detailed         completion of                    MAUR/PMU
change.              compliance required    AND / OR                                                      assistance from        advance enabling                             staffing       design.             detailed design.                 project staffing
                     for environmental                                                                    PMSC                   works.                                                                                                           and PMSC
                                            2. Review IEE and EMP & update as necessary, resubmit
                     laws.                                                                                                                                                                                                                        cost.
                                            to ADB in line with ADB SPS 2009.
3. Preparing the     Implement               1. EMP is included in bidding and contract documents         PMSC for               Preparation of bid                           Cost           Complete check      Twice,             MOT, MAUR/    Cost met by
Contractor(s) to     environmental              for Depot advance works.                                  MAUR/PMU               and contract                                 included in    on detailed         Completion of      PMU           MAUR/PMU
address mitigation   mitigation measures     2. Penalties for non-compliance and failure to implement                            documents                                    PMSC fees.     design, final bid   detailed design                  project staffing
measures                                        EMP included in bidding documents for Depot                                                                                                  and contract docs   and final bid
                                                advance works.                                                                                                                                                   docs.

4. Enhancement of    Inclusion of           Inclusion of tree planting and soft landscaping within the    Detailed design        Detailed design         Depot Offices.       To be          Check on            During             MAUR/ PMU     Cost met by
office design        environmental          Project site.                                                 consultant             phase                                        included in    detailed design     preparation of                   MAUR/PMU
                     enhancement in the     Consider to install the following:                                                                                                over-all                           detailed design                  project staffing
                     project design, as                                                                                                                                       project cost
                                            a. roof mounted renewable energy sources such as solar
                     much as practicable
                                            water heating and photo voltaic arrays and inverters.
                                            b. high efficiency inverters to supply off peak power to
                                            non-critical office computers from photo voltaic arrays.
                                            c. high efficiency roof mounted solar water heating panels
                                            connected to workers changing rooms and showers.
5. Planning Spoil    Avoid unacceptable     1. Confirm waste disposal facility or controlled dumping      1., 2., 3. MAUR/PMU    1., 2., 3.              Throughout project   1. Cost        1. Check if         1. Completion of   PMSC          Cost met by
Disposal and         waste fly-tipping of   areas for up to 80,000m3 spoil before contracts are                                                          site for the Depot   included in    requirements for    detailed design                  PMSC fees.
                                                                                                          4., 5. Contractor      In bidding documents
Waste                unsuitable soil or     signed.                                                                                                      office project       design         spoils disposal
                                                                                                                                 for Contractor(s)
Management           spoil and minimize                                                                                                                  works.               fees.          are met
                                            2. Re-confirm UDC site is available before contracts are                             4. within 3 months of
                     storage of spoil on                                                                WMSDP to be
                                            signed                                                                               signing contracts.                                          2. Check if
                                                                                                        approved by PMSC                                                                            2. Before start of
Depot = Depot for MRT2 HCMC, MM= Mitigation Measures, V=VIE, MAUR= municipal Authority for Railway Development, PMSC= Project Management Support Consultant, MS = method statement, MONRE = Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment , DONRE =
Department of Natural Resources and Environment, MOT= Ministry of Transport ., PME = powered mechanical equipment. DD = Detailed Design, SEMP Contractors Environmental management Plan.

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                                                                                                                                                                                       Environmental Mitigation and Monitring Plan Matrix - Appendix B
                                                                                                                Impact mitigation                                                                                                Impact monitoring
  Environmental                                             Proposed Mitigation Measures                          Responsible to           Timing to             Locations to         Mitigation      Parameter to           Frequency &        Respons. to    Monitoring
                            Objective
    Concern                                                               (MM)                                    Implement MM          Implement MM            Implement MM             Cost           monitor               Verification        Monitor        Cost
                       site and prevent       3 Include disposal locations and unit disposal rates in         for MAUR/PMU          5. Before start of site                          5. Included    WMSDP is               site works
                       pollution.             contracts.                                                                            works                                            in             consistent with
                                              4. Identify waste disposal facility or controlled dumping                                                                              Contractor     IEE/EMP.
                                              areas for any additional unexpected spoil                                                                                              fees
                                              5. Prepare a WASTE MANAGEMENT AND SPOIL
                                              DISPOSAL PLAN (WMSDP)as part of SEMP and as
                                              defined in the IEE/EMP
6. Plan to preserve    Preserve valuable      1. Include in the bid and contract docs preparation of a        1. PMSC for MAUR      1. Preparation of bid     Throughout project     1. Cost        1. Req. WMSDP          1. Preparation of    1. MAUR/      Cost met by
soil                   soil resources.        plan to remove, stockpile (on-site) and protect the topsoil                           and contract              site for the Depot     included in    in bid docs            bid and contract     PMU           MAUR/PMU
                                                                                                              2. Contractor
                                              from the Depot for later use in the depot site and other                              documents..               office project         PMSC                                  docs                               project staffing
                                                                                                                                                                                                    2. Check if plan
                                              locations for the entire MRT2 project.                                                                          works.                 fees.                                                      2. PMSC       and PMSC
                                                                                                                                                                                                    for topsoil is
                                                                                                                                                                                                    included in                                               cost.
                                                                                                                                    2. Before start of site                                                                2.Before start of
                                                                                                                                                                                     2.             WMSDP and is
                                              2. Include the above plan in the WMSDP                                                works                                                                                  site works
                                                                                                                                                                                     Contractor     consistent with
                                                                                                                                                                                     fees           IEE/EMP.

7. Plan Fill sources   Make plan for legal    1. Identify filling source sites acceptable to DONRE and        1. MAUR / PMSC        1. Before signing of      Throughout project     1. Cost        1. Check               1. Completion of     1. MAUR       Cost met by
                       sourcing of sand for   local authorities for at least 170,000m3 of fill before                               contracts for depot       site for the Depot     included in    availability of fill   detailed design                    MAUR/PMU
                                                                                                              2. Contractor
                       filling.               contracts are signed and include requirements to use                                  advance enabling          office project works   design         sources approved                            2. PMSC       project staffing
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           2. Before start of
                                              licensed fill extraction sites and agree with DONRE.                                  works.                    and sources of fill    fees.          by DONRE                                                  and PMSC
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           site works
                                                                                                              MMP to be approved                              materials                                                                                       cost.
                                              2. Selected contractor to prepare MATERIALS                                           2. Before start of site                                         2. Check if MMP
                                                                                                              by PMSC for                                                            2.
                                              MANAGEMENT PLAN (MMP) as part of SEMP and as                                          works                                                           is consistent with
                                                                                                              MAUR/PMU                                                               Contractor
                                              defined in the IEE/EMP.                                                                                                                               IEE/EMP.
                                                                                                                                                                                     fees


8. Hydrological        To minimize            Designs for cross drains and culverts at depot site             Detailed design       During design agree       Throughout project     Cost           Check completed        During               MAUR          MAUR project
Impacts                hydrological impacts   sufficient to avoid and control flooding with appropriate       consultant            with local drainage       site for the Depot     included in    in detailed design     preparation of                     staffing
                       flooding and erosion   drainage structures to cater for worst case flow and                                  authority (and any        office project         design         (DD).                  DD.
                       of river banks.        rainfall from climate change and to reduce erosion.                                   remaining local           works.
                                                                                                                                    agricultural land
                                                                                                                                    owners).
9. Disruption to       Avoid or minimize      If community utilities (e.g., water supply, power supply,       Contractor            Prior to start of site    Throughout project     Cost           Timely and             Prior to start of    MAUR/PMU/     Cost met by
community              disruption to          communication facilities, etc.) will be disturbed, these will                         works                     site for the Depot     included in    proper                 site works           PMSC          MAUR/PMU
facilities             community utilities    be re-provisioned before construction works commence.                                                           office project works   Contractor’s   reprovisioning of                                         project staffing
                                              Provisions will be made to preserve the operation of                                                            and other areas        bid cost       affected utilities.                                       and PMSC
                                              current facilities and in agreement with the local                                                              that may be                                                                                     cost.
                                              community. Re-provisioning shall be undertaken by the                                                           affected by the
                                              contractor in coordination with the concerned utility                                                           Project
                                              company. Affected households and establishments shall
                                              be notified by the contractor well in advance of such
                                              disruption.


10.Environ-            Contractor is          1. Include in bid document that Contractor shall engage         PMSC for MAUR         During contractor                                Cost           1. Check bid docs      1. Preparation of    PMSC          Cost met by
mentally               capable of             capable and trained staff or site agent(s) to take              2. Contractor         selection.                                       included in    2. Confirm             bid docs                           PMSC fees
responsible            implementing EMP       responsibility for the environmental management and                                                                                    Contractor’s   recruitment of         2. Prior to start
procurement            provisions             safety issues at the working level and to monitor the                                                                                  bid cost       required staff.        of site works.
                                              effectiveness and review mitigation measures as the

Depot = Depot for MRT2 HCMC, MM= Mitigation Measures, V=VIE, MAUR= municipal Authority for Railway Development, PMSC= Project Management Support Consultant, MS = method statement, MONRE = Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment , DONRE =
Department of Natural Resources and Environment, MOT= Ministry of Transport ., PME = powered mechanical equipment. DD = Detailed Design, SEMP Contractors Environmental management Plan.

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                                                                                                                                                                                     Environmental Mitigation and Monitring Plan Matrix - Appendix B
                                                                                                               Impact mitigation                                                                                            Impact monitoring
  Environmental                                           Proposed Mitigation Measures                          Responsible to           Timing to             Locations to         Mitigation      Parameter to        Frequency &      Respons. to    Monitoring
                          Objective
    Concern                                                               (MM)                                  Implement MM           Implement MM           Implement MM            Cost            monitor            Verification      Monitor        Cost
                                             project proceeds
                                             2. Recruit qualified staff to oversee implementation of
                                             environmental and safety measures specified in the EMP
11. Preparation of   Minimize                 Prepare the following SEMPs/Method Statements as               Preparation:          Prior to                 Project site, access   Cost           Consistency of       Once, prior to   MAUR/ PMU      Cost met by
site-specific EMP    environmental            defined in the IEE/EMP:                                        Contractor before     commencement of          roads and other        included in    method               start of site    with           MAUR/PMU
(SEMP)/ Method       impacts                  i) Waste management and spoil disposal plan.                   works commence.       site works               areas where            Contractor’s   statements/          works            assistance     project staffing
Statements to                                 ii) Temporary drainage plan;                                                                                  project- related       bid cost       SEMP with the                         from PMSC      and PMSC
address impacts                               iii) Temporary traffic management plan;                                                                       activities will be                    IEE/EMP                                              cost.
                                              iv) Materials management plan;                                 Approval:
                                                                                                                                                            implemented                           requirements
                                              v) Noise and dust control plan, and                            PMSC for
                                              vi) Workers and Public Safety Plan                             MAUR/PMU
12. Unexploded       Avoid accidents due     1. Check with District 12 about previous site history and       1. MAUR / PMSC        1. Prior to contractor   Include entire         Cost           Complete check       Once,            MAUR/ PMU      Cost met by
Ordnance             to UXO                  independent and international mines advisory groups and         2. Contractor to      selection.               Project site and       included in    after DD.            completion of                   MAUR/PMUpr
                                             agencies to identify if UXO is a potential threat to works in   reconfirm before      2. Reassurance           access roads.          design                              DD.                             oject staffing
                                             this area.                                                      works commence.       check before works
                                             2. Contractor to keep watching brief for underground                                  commence
                                             objects and ordnance.


CONSTRUCTION STAGE
1. Activate          Avoid impacts from      Complete SEMP/method statements including                       Contractor.           Draft SEMP/method        Include depot          Cost           Complete check       Once, before     PMSC for       Cost met by
Contractor(s)        unplanned activities.   management plans for waste management and spoil                                       statements submitted     surroundings, all      included in    and approve          site works       MAUR/PMU       PMSC project
Environmental                                disposal plan, temporary traffic management plan,                                     to MAUR/PMU two          access roads,          Contractor’s   before               commence.                       staffing
Management Plan.                             temporary drainage plan, materials management plan,                                   weeks before             borrow/quarry          bid cost       construction.
                                             noise and dust control, and workers and public safety.                                commencement of          areas, as
                                                                                                                                   construction. Final      appropriate
                                                                                                                                   SEMP approved by
                                                                                                                                   PMSC for
                                                                                                                                   MAUR/PMU before
                                                                                                                                   construction starts
2. Use of licensed   Ensure that required     Contractor(s) and their suppliers comply with all statutory    Contractor.           Within two weeks of                             Cost           Complete check       Monthly during   PMSC for       Cost met by
facilities           approvals are           requirements for permits from DONRE with regard to use                                signing contract                                included in    before               construction.    MAUR/PMU       PMSC project
                     obtained for project    of mechanical equipment, establishment and operation of                                                                               Contractor’s   construction.                                        staffing
                     facilities              construction plants such as concrete batching plant, rock                                                                             bid cost
                                             crusher, etc.
3. Vegetation        Disposal of cleared     1. Agree with PMU and PMSC on the location of the               Contractor            Site clearing            Stockpile location     Cost           1. Location          Monthly during   PMSC for       Cost met by
clearing and         vegetation consistent   stockpile within the depot area in advance of site                                                             as agreed with         included in    agreed.              construction.    MAUR/PMU       PMSC project
topsoil              with environmental      clearance.                                                                                                     MAUR//PMSC.            Contractor’s   2. Checks on                                         staffing
preservation         regulations and         2. Coordinate with DONRE and local officials on the safe                                                                              bid cost       stockpile during
                     proper preservation     and acceptable disposal of cleared vegetation (shrubs,                                                                                               implement-ation
                     of topsoil for reuse.   grasses, small trees, etc.) and obtain necessary permits                                                                                             of construction to
                                             or clearances.                                                                                                                                       ensure mitigation
                                             3. Burning of cleared vegetation will not be undertaken.                                                                                             measures are
                                                                                                                                                                                                  implemented
                                             4. Upon completion of vegetation clearing, remove the
                                             topsoil (about 50 cm thick) and stockpile at the depot
                                             either for landscaping at the depot or for later use on
                                             other areas along MRT2.

Depot = Depot for MRT2 HCMC, MM= Mitigation Measures, V=VIE, MAUR= municipal Authority for Railway Development, PMSC= Project Management Support Consultant, MS = method statement, MONRE = Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment , DONRE =
Department of Natural Resources and Environment, MOT= Ministry of Transport ., PME = powered mechanical equipment. DD = Detailed Design, SEMP Contractors Environmental management Plan.

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                                                                                                                   Impact mitigation                                                                                           Impact monitoring
  Environmental                                              Proposed Mitigation Measures                           Responsible to           Timing to             Locations to        Mitigation      Parameter to        Frequency &      Respons. to    Monitoring
                              Objective
    Concern                                                                (MM)                                     Implement MM           Implement MM           Implement MM           Cost            monitor            Verification      Monitor        Cost
                                                5. Ensure that the stockpile shall not be more than 2 m
                                                high. When stockpiling is complete the soil shall be
                                                protected from rain to avoid leaching of nutrients. This can
                                                be done by pegging tarpaulin or polythene sheets over
                                                the stockpile.
                                                6. Provide temporary fencing around the stockpiles.


4. Spoil disposal       Control disposal of     1. Spoil disposal will only be to DONRE approved facilities      Contractor            Throughout               Agreed site(s) with   Cost           1. Site approvals.   1. Two weeks      PMSC for      Cost met by
                        unsuitable soil and     and approval will be sought from DONRE in writing at                                   excavation and           DONRE, local          included in    2. Contractor is     before clearing   MAUR/PMU      PMSC project
                        spoil from Depot site   least two weeks prior to starting Project area clearing                                corresponding spoils     community and         Contractor’s   keeping proper       site                            staffing
                        preparation.            works.                                                                                 disposal period          MAUR/PMSC.            bid cost       records and          2. Monthly
                                                2. Spoil disposal shall not cause sedimentation and                                                                                                  implementing         during
                                                obstruction of flow of watercourses, damage to                                                                                                       required             excavation.
                                                agricultural land and densely vegetated areas.                                                                                                       mitigation
                                                3. The spoils disposal site shall be located at least 50 m                                                                                           measures
                                                from surface water courses and shall be protected from
                                                erosion through provision of drainage, avoiding formation
                                                of steep slopes and grassing.
                                                4. In order to prevent fly tipping each load of spoil for
                                                disposal will be tracked from source to the disposal site
                                                using a trip ticket system; the chain of custody will be
                                                recorded in writing, monitored and catalogued.
                                                5. The spoil disposal dumping areas will be recorded for
                                                every load.
5. Sources of filling   Use approved            1. Balance cut and fill requirements to minimize impacts         Contractor            During identification,   Quarry and borrow     Cost           Proposed sites       Monthly during    PMSC for      Cost met by
materials.              sources of filling      from extraction of aggregates/fill materials                                           operation and            sites                 included in    checked with         construction.     MAUR/PMU      PMSC project
                        materials.              2. Procure materials only from DONRE authorized                                        regabilitation of fill                         Contractor’s   DONRE before                                         staffing
                                                quarries.                                                                              materials sources.                             bid cost       commencement
                                                                                                                                                                                                     of filling.
                                                3. If the contractor shall operate the quarry site/borrow pit,
                                                required environmental permits shall be secured prior to                                                                                             Conditions at
                                                operation of such sites.                                                                                                                             quarry and
                                                                                                                                                                                                     borrow sites.
                                                4. Prioritize use of existing quarry and borrow sites with
                                                valid environmental permits from local authority. Update                                                                                             Contractor is
                                                the list of quarries and borrow pits monthly in Materials                                                                                            implementing all
                                                Management Plan (MMP) and report to PMU/PMSC.                                                                                                        required
                                                                                                                                                                                                     mitigation
                                                5. Prior to extraction, topsoil will be stockpiled, preserved
                                                                                                                                                                                                     measures.
                                                and then refilled after completion of quarry/borrow pit
                                                operation for rehabilitation purposes.
                                                6. The use of river bed sources shall be avoided, as much
                                                as possible, however if this is unavoidable the contractor
                                                shall minimize use of river bed for construction materials
                                                and sources of fill and quarry materials lying on small
                                                rivers and streams shall be avoided. Alluvial terraces or
                                                alluvial deposits which lie on the river beds but not
                                                covered by water in normal hydrological conditions shall
                                                be preferred.
                                                7. Confine winning river bed materials to less than 20% of
Depot = Depot for MRT2 HCMC, MM= Mitigation Measures, V=VIE, MAUR= municipal Authority for Railway Development, PMSC= Project Management Support Consultant, MS = method statement, MONRE = Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment , DONRE =
Department of Natural Resources and Environment, MOT= Ministry of Transport ., PME = powered mechanical equipment. DD = Detailed Design, SEMP Contractors Environmental management Plan.

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                                                                                                               Impact mitigation                                                                                    Impact monitoring
  Environmental                                             Proposed Mitigation Measures                        Responsible to          Timing to          Locations to       Mitigation     Parameter to       Frequency &      Respons. to    Monitoring
                           Objective
    Concern                                                               (MM)                                  Implement MM          Implement MM        Implement MM          Cost           monitor           Verification      Monitor        Cost
                                             river width in any location and keep away from river
                                             banks.
                                             8. Protect and reinstate river banks if unexpected erosion
                                             occurs.
                                             9. Implement compensatory planting (at least one is to
                                             one ratio) if trees will have to be removed at quarry and
                                             borrow sites.
                                             10. In quarries in mountainous or hilly areas, or wherever
                                             slopes are important, terraces shall be cut after extraction,
                                             drainage system and vegetation cover shall be provided
                                             for rehabilitation to enhance slope stability.
                                             11. Ensure quarry areas and borrow pits are left in a tidy
                                             state with stable side slopes and proper drainage in order
                                             to minimize soil erosion, siltation of nearby bodies of
                                             water and to avoid creation of water bodies favorable for
                                             mosquito breeding.


6. Exploitation       Minimize impacts       1. Contracts include for Material Management Plan (MMP)         Contractor            Update MMP monthly    Throughout Depot    Cost           Complete check     Monthly during   PMSC for       Cost met by
handling,             from materials         in SEMP for safe storage of fuel and bulk materials with                                                    Offices site and    included in    before             construction.    MAUR/PMU       PMSC project
transportation &      extraction,            permits under provincial laws as necessary and agreed by                                                    other areas where   Contractor’s   construction.                                      staffing
storage of            transportation and     MAUR/PMSC.                                                                                                  project-realted     bid cost
construction          storage with MMP.      2. Use local sources of building materials wherever                                                         activities are
materials                                    possible to minimize transport.                                                                             undertaken.
                                             3. Cover material transport vehicles.
                                             4. Plan delivery of materials to site regularly to avoid
                                             stockpiles and dust sources.
                                             5. Update MMP monthly
 7. Air quality and   To minimize air        1. Burning of wastes generated at the construction sites,       Contractor            Throughout            Throughout Depot    Cost           Installation and   Monthly during   PMSC for       Cost met by
 noise nuisances      impacts effectively    work camps and other project-related activities shall be                              construction period   Offices site and    included in    operation of       construction.    MAUR/PMU       PMSC project
                      and avoid complaints   strictly prohibited.                                                                                        other areas where   Contractor’s   mitigation                                         staffing
                      due to the airborne    2. No noisy construction-related activities (e.g., transport                                                project-realted     bid cost       measures as per
                      dust and noise.        of materials along residential areas and other sensitive                                                    activities are                     SEMP and
                                             receptors, piling, etc.) will be carried out during the night                                               undertaken.                        Project EMP.
                                             (2100 hrs to 0700 hrs). Such activities shall be restricted
                                             to daylight hours.
                                             3. If piling is required it shall be restricted to between
                                             08.00 hrs to 18:00 hrs and shall be carried out as
                                             efficiently and quickly as possible. The timing shall be
                                             discussed and agreed with the local community in District
                                             12.
                                             4. Powered mechanical equipment (PME) and vehicle
                                             emissions to meet national TCVN standards.
                                             5. Keep stockpiles moist and cover vehicles with tarpaulin
                                             sheets or other suitable materials to minimize dust
                                             emission and prevent spillage materials (e.g., soil,
                                             cement, stone, sand, aggregates, etc.).

Depot = Depot for MRT2 HCMC, MM= Mitigation Measures, V=VIE, MAUR= municipal Authority for Railway Development, PMSC= Project Management Support Consultant, MS = method statement, MONRE = Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment , DONRE =
Department of Natural Resources and Environment, MOT= Ministry of Transport ., PME = powered mechanical equipment. DD = Detailed Design, SEMP Contractors Environmental management Plan.

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                                                                                                              Impact mitigation                                                                                        Impact monitoring
  Environmental                                           Proposed Mitigation Measures                         Responsible to          Timing to            Locations to        Mitigation     Parameter to        Frequency &      Respons. to    Monitoring
                          Objective
    Concern                                                              (MM)                                  Implement MM          Implement MM          Implement MM           Cost           monitor            Verification      Monitor        Cost
                                            6. As much as possible, use local supplies of cement from
                                            batching plant at Thanh Long. Concrete mixing areas at
                                            the Project site shall be located at least 100 m from the
                                            nearest residential area.
                                            7. Install wheel washing equipment (see further details
                                            below).
                                            8. If the works surface and access roads are dry and
                                            dusty, water will be sprinkled on the exposed surfaces
                                            when work is carried out along residential areas, roadside
                                            tea and food stalls, schools, hospitals and other sensitive
                                            receptors.
                                            9. If works have given rise to complaints over dust, the
                                            contractor shall investigate the cause, report it in the
                                            monthly progress reports and review and propose
                                            alternative mitigation measures before works
                                            recommence.
                                            10. All heavy equipment and machinery shall be fitted with
                                            noise and emission control equipment in full compliance
                                            with the national and local regulations (TCVN).
                                            11. Fuel-efficient and well-maintained haulage trucks will
                                            be used to minimize exhaust emissions. Smoke belching
                                            vehicles and equipment shall not be allowed and shall be
                                            removed from the project.
                                            12. Impose speed limits on construction vehicles to
                                            minimize road dust and avoid accidents in areas where
                                            sensitive receptors are located (houses, schools, etc.)
                                            13. Locations for stockpiling material at the depot area will
                                            be at least 100 m south from the nearest residential
                                            sensitive receivers.
                                            14. Properly maintain vehicles and construction
                                            equipment to ensure that these comply with applicable
                                            vehicle emission standards set by the Government.
                                            15. Undertake immediate repairs of any malfunctioning
                                            construction vehicles and equipment.
                                            16. Idling of engines shalll be discouraged
8. Construction      Control construction   1. Contract implements waste management and spoil               Contractor            Throughout              Throughout project   Cost           SEMP agreed         Monthly during   PMSC for       Cost met by
waste disposal and   waste disposal, oily   disposal plan (WMSDPP) in SEMP to cover all aspects of                                construction period.    site and waste       included in    methods for         construction.    MAUR/PMU       PMSC project
pollution            and hazardous          waste storage, disposal and accidental spills to be                                   Audit regularly and     disposal areas.      Contractor’s   storage and                                         staffing
prevention           wastes and prevent     approved in writing by MAUR/PMSC two weeks prior to                                   update once a month                          bid cost       handling
                     environmental          starting construction works.                                                          and report quarterly.                                       Checks on
                     impacts caused by      2. Waste disposal to licensed facilities to be monitored                                                                                          WMSDP before
                     due to negligence      and catalogued.                                                                                                                                   and during
                     and release of                                                                                                                                                           implementation of
                                            3 Waste disposal areas to be licensed by DONRE/local
                     pollutants and                                                                                                                                                           construction.
                                            authority
                     chemicals.
                                            4. Wastewater effluent from Contractor(s)’ workshops and                                                                                          Required
                                            equipment washing-yards will be passed through                                                                                                    mitigation
                                            gravel/sand beds and all oil/grease contaminants will be                                                                                          measures are

Depot = Depot for MRT2 HCMC, MM= Mitigation Measures, V=VIE, MAUR= municipal Authority for Railway Development, PMSC= Project Management Support Consultant, MS = method statement, MONRE = Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment , DONRE =
Department of Natural Resources and Environment, MOT= Ministry of Transport ., PME = powered mechanical equipment. DD = Detailed Design, SEMP Contractors Environmental management Plan.

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                                                                                                         Impact mitigation                                                                                  Impact monitoring
  Environmental                                          Proposed Mitigation Measures                    Responsible to           Timing to       Locations to       Mitigation      Parameter to       Frequency &      Respons. to    Monitoring
                          Objective
    Concern                                                             (MM)                             Implement MM           Implement MM     Implement MM          Cost             monitor          Verification      Monitor        Cost
                                           removed discharging it as required by DONRE. Oil and                                                                                    implemented.
                                           grease residues shall be stored in drums awaiting
                                           disposal in line with the agreed Waste Management Plan
                                           and consistent with national and local regulations.
                                           5. Before the works commence, necessary permits from
                                           DONRE shall be obtained in relation to effluent
                                           discharges from construction works.
                                           6. Standing water will not be allowed to accumulate in the
                                           temporary drainage facilities or along the roadside to
                                           avoid formation of breeding sites for mosquitoes.
                                           Temporary and permanent drainage facilities will be
                                           designed to facilitate the rapid removal of surface water
                                           from all areas and prevent the accumulation of surface
                                           water ponds.
                                           7. Discharge of oily wastewater, fuel and oil to
                                           watercourses/canals and on the ground/soil shall be
                                           prohibited.
                                           8. Immediate clean-up of oil spills and leaks shall be
                                           undertaken.
                                           9. Fuel and other hazardous substances shall be stored in
                                           roofed, concrete-lined and bunded areas at least 50 m
                                           away from drainage/surface water courses.
                                           10. Provision of garbage bins and facilities within the
                                           project site for temporary storage of construction waste
                                           and domestic solid waste (from worker’s camps). The
                                           contractor shall ensure that wastes are not haphazardly
                                           dumped within the project site and adjacent areas and
                                           shall ensure regular collection and disposal to sites
                                           approved by local authorities
9. Health and        Ensure health and     1. Conduct of training for all workers on safety and                              Throughout         Construction camp   Cost           Locations agreed    Monthly during   PMSC for       Cost met by
Safety Precautions   safety of workers     environmental hygiene. The contractor will instruct                               construction.      Location Map is     included in    and complete        construction.    MAUR/PMU       PMSC project
for Workers                                workers in health and safety matters as required by law                           Check and update   prepared by the     Contractor’s   site check before                                   staffing
                                           and by good engineering practice and provide first aid                            once a month       Contractor          bid cost       construction all
                                           facilities.                                                                                          (SEMP).                            mitigation in
                                           2. The Contractor will instruct and induct all workers in                                                                               place at all site
                                           health and safety matters (induction course) and site                                                                                   and monitor
                                           agents / foremen will follow up with toolbox talks on a                                                                                 monthly
                                           weekly basis.
                                           3. Construction camp will be established in areas with
                                           adequate drainage in order to prevent water logging at the
                                           camp and formation of breeding sites for mosquitoes.
                                           4. Potable water, clean water for showers, hygienic
                                           sanitation facilities/toilets with sufficient water supply,
                                           worker canteen/rest area and first aid facilities will be
                                           provided. Separate toilets shall be provided for male and
                                           female workers.
                                           5. Fencing on all areas of excavation greater than 1m
                                           deep and sides of temporary works shall be observed.
Depot = Depot for MRT2 HCMC, MM= Mitigation Measures, V=VIE, MAUR= municipal Authority for Railway Development, PMSC= Project Management Support Consultant, MS = method statement, MONRE = Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment , DONRE =
Department of Natural Resources and Environment, MOT= Ministry of Transport ., PME = powered mechanical equipment. DD = Detailed Design, SEMP Contractors Environmental management Plan.

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                                                                                                                Impact mitigation                                                                                          Impact monitoring
  Environmental                                            Proposed Mitigation Measures                          Responsible to            Timing to            Locations to        Mitigation     Parameter to        Frequency &      Respons. to    Monitoring
                           Objective
    Concern                                                               (MM)                                   Implement MM            Implement MM          Implement MM           Cost           monitor            Verification      Monitor        Cost
                                             6. Workers shall be provided with of appropriate
                                             personnel safety equipment such as safety boots,
                                             helmets, gloves, protective clothes, breathing mask,
                                             goggles, and ear protection
                                             7. Measures to prevent malaria shall be implemented
                                             (e.g., provision of insecticide treated mosquito nets to
                                             workers, spraying of insecticides, installation of proper
                                             drainage to avoid formation of stagnant water, etc.).
10. Safety            Ensure public safety   1. The Depot site will be fenced and guarded so public           Contractor.             Throughout              Construction site    Cost           Check               Monthly          PMSC for       MAUR project
Precautions for the   in areas affected by   access will be restricted.                                                               construction            and areas affected   included in    implementation of                    MAUR           staffing
Public                project works          2. Fencing will be installed prior to excavation work                                                            by project-related   Contractor’s   mitigation
                                             commencing on all sides of temporary excavations.                                                                activities.          bid cost       measures.
                                             3. The plans will include provisions for site security,
                                             trench barriers and covers to other holes and any other
                                             safety measures as necessary.
                                             4. Provisions for site security, trench barriers and covers
                                             to other holes and any other safety measures as
                                             necessary.
                                             5. Strict imposition of speed limits along residential
                                             areas and where other sensitive receptors such as
                                             schools, hospitals, and other populated areas are located.
                                             6. Educate drivers on safe driving practices to minimize
                                             accidents and to prevent spill of hazardous substances
                                             (fuel and oil) and other construction materials during
                                             transport.
 11. Wheel            To minimize transfer   1. Locate wheel washing to wash ALL vehicles leaving             1 to 5 Contractor       Throughout all          Exits from Depot     Cost           Implementation of   Continuous       PMSC for       MAUR project
 washing              of mud and loose       site at all exits from the construction site.                    (included in SEMP).     advance enabling        site                 included in    mitigation          during           MAUR           staffing
                      construction                                                                            PMSC for                works and Depot                              Contractor’s   measures.           construction.
                      materials to local     2. Install wheel washing facilities just inside the exit gates   MAUR/PMU monitor        Office construction.                         bid cost
                      roads.                 within sealed surface with back fall into Depot site to          road safety and dust    1 to 5.
                                             prevent egress of washings on to local roads.                    complaints.             PMSC check monthly
                                                                                                                                      progress reports.
                                             3. Wash down wheels of all vehicles exiting from site and
                                             recycle washing water. Discharge to soak away within the
                                             Depot site.

                                             4. Keep all roads areas within site moist and cover
                                             vehicles to prevent spillage.

                                             5. Clean up road surfaces outside gates after work daily
                                             and clean up all approach road surfaces after work as
                                             necessary.


12. Traffic           Minimize disturbance   1. Limit access routes as agreed with District 12                1. MAUR and District     1. Day time 06:00hrs   Routes agreed with   Cost  1. Agreed           Once before site PMSC for MAUR project
Condition             of traffic              2. Implement temporary construction traffic management          12.                      to 20:00hrs only       District 12 and      included in
                                                                                                                                                                                         route(s).           works            MAUR     staffing
                                             (TTMP) plan and awareness program for site agents and             2. Contractor as per   2. Before starting      local residents.     Contractor’s
                                                                                                                                                                                         2. Induction of all commence.
                                                                                                                                                                                   bid cost
                                                                                                                                                                                         drivers and site
Depot = Depot for MRT2 HCMC, MM= Mitigation Measures, V=VIE, MAUR= municipal Authority for Railway Development, PMSC= Project Management Support Consultant, MS = method statement, MONRE = Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment , DONRE =
Department of Natural Resources and Environment, MOT= Ministry of Transport ., PME = powered mechanical equipment. DD = Detailed Design, SEMP Contractors Environmental management Plan.

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                                                                                                               Impact mitigation                                                                                        Impact monitoring
  Environmental                                           Proposed Mitigation Measures                         Responsible to               Timing to          Locations to      Mitigation     Parameter to        Frequency &      Respons. to    Monitoring
                          Objective
    Concern                                                          (MM)                                      Implement MM              Implement MM         Implement MM         Cost             monitor          Verification      Monitor        Cost
                                             workforce.                                                      SEMP.                    construction.                                           staff.
                                             3. Post traffic advisory signs (to minimize traffic build-up)
                                             in coordination with local authorities
                                             4. As much as possible, schedule delivery of construction
                                             materials and equipment during non-peak hours
                                             5. Regularly monitor traffic conditions along access roads
                                             to ensure that project vehicles are not causing
                                             congestion.


OPERATIONAL          (office
STAGE                maintenance)
1. Reducing          Ensure maintenance      Contractor(s) tenders will be required to identify resources    Detailed office design   Detailed design of     Depot Offices.     Cost          Check before first   Quarterly.        MAUR/Opera    Cost met by
reliance on fossil   Contractor(s)           training to supervise maintenance of renewable energy           consultant               offices.                                  included in   phase                Observe and       tor           MAUR/Operat
fuels for power      capacity to maintain    water heating and photo voltaic arrays and inverters            management and                                                     contracts     maintenance          record results.                 or project
consumption.         renewable energy        carried over from construction                                  MAUR check.                                                                      commences                                            costs
                     water heating and
                     photo voltaic arrays.
2. Solid waste and   To minimize impacts     1. The offices shall be provided with toilets and septic        MAUR/Operator            Throughout operation   All around Depot   Cost in       Proper handling,     Continuous        MAUR/Opera    Cost met by
sewage               from operations of      tanks for handling and treatment of domestic wastewater.                                 phase                  and Offices.       operations    treatment and                          tor           MAUR/
                     office facilities.      2. Waste collection bins or receptacles shall be placed in                                                                         and           disposal of                                          Operator
                                             various locations within the offices and surrounding areas.                                                                        mainten-      wastes                                               project staffing
                                                                                                                                                                                ance
                                             3. Garbage shall be regularly collected and shall be
                                                                                                                                                                                contract
                                             disposed consistent with local regulations.




Depot = Depot for MRT2 HCMC, MM= Mitigation Measures, V=VIE, MAUR= municipal Authority for Railway Development, PMSC= Project Management Support Consultant, MS = method statement, MONRE = Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment , DONRE =
Department of Natural Resources and Environment, MOT= Ministry of Transport ., PME = powered mechanical equipment. DD = Detailed Design, SEMP Contractors Environmental management Plan.

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                                                                                                                                                                                               Results of Public Consultation – Appendix C

                                                                                                    Appendix C Summary of Public Consultation

                                                          PUBLIC CONSULTATION - THAM LUONG DEPOT PROJECT AT TAN THOI NHAT WARD – DISTRICT 12)
                                                        DANH SÁCH NGƯỜI DÂN THAM DỰ THAM VẤN CỘNG ĐỒNG TẠI PHƯỜNG TÂN THỚI NHẤT – QUẬN 12
                                                                                       DỰ ÁN DEPO THAM LƯƠNG
Questions                              1                             2                              3                         4                       5                   6                   7                 8                   9a                    9b
Participants              What are your comments        What are your comments          Do you as a local resident    Will construction    Will construction and      What will be    Do you have any     Do you support    If answer 9 is YES      If answer is NO
                         and observations regarding      on the affects on local        / worker have any specific     and operation of    operation of the depot      the overall    questions for the     the project        ask - What (if      yes ask - What (if
                         the depot construction and     traffic due to access for           observation on the         the depot affect    affect your home life?    impact due to      interviewing       overall? Yes /     anything) would       anything) would
                           the proposed advanced           the project lorries/           environmental changes       your working life?                               this depot       consultant?             No           cause you NOT to          lead you to
                                   works                         trucks?                 and impacts that will take                                                   construction                                          support the project      SUPPORT the
                                                                                                  place?                                                            and operation?                                                   ?                  project ?

Le van Tan           A   No Response                    No Response                     No Response                   No Response          No Response              No Response       No Response         No Response       No Response            No Response
How to address           N/A                            N/A                             N/A                           N/A                  N/A                      N/A               N/A                 N/A               N/A                    N/A
Nguyen     Van       B   Agree to depot construction.   Suggest to have a good          Impacts of smoke and          NO                   NO                       Impacts     of    Suggest to get      YES               Insufficient     or    No Response
Chien                    Concerned about pollution      plan of transportation          dust                                                                        smoke     and     reasonable                            unreasonable
                         of noise and running water.    routes in construction                                                                                      dust              compensation                          compensation
                         Need to be informed clearly    phase.
                         about       deadline      of
                         construction phase.
How to address           MM in EMP                      TTMP                            MM in EMP                     N/A                  N/A                      MM in EMP         Matter for RP       N/A               Matter for RP          N/A
Tran van Phat        C   No Response                    No Response                     No Response                   Very effected        Lose overall income      No Response       No Response         No Response       No Response            No Response
                                                                                                                                           of family
How to address           N/A                            N/A                             N/A                           MM in EMP            Matter for RP            N/A               N/A                 N/A               N/A                    N/A
Pham Van Ta          D   No Response                    NO                              No change                     Very effected        Very effected            No Response       No Response         No Response       No Response            No Response
                                                                                                                                           Suggest
                                                                                                                                           implementing
                                                                                                                                           exchanging      land
                                                                                                                                           process as soon as
                                                                                                                                           possible for us to
                                                                                                                                           build house
How to address           N/A                            N/A                             MM in EMP                     MM in EMP            Matter for RP            N/A               N/A                 N/A               N/A                    N/A
Tran Trong Quy       E   Agree to project for rural     Responsibility            of    Impacts of noise and dust     NO                   NO                       Traffic           NO                  Very support      Quality of project
                         development, needs traffic     authority office                                                                                            Social    order                       this project
                         jam and transportation                                                                                                                     and safety
                         solution
How to address           TTMP                           TTMP                            MM in EMP                                                                   TTMP - HSP                            N/A               EMP                    No Response
Pham Van Ton         F   Constructing at president      High chance of traffic jam      Very bad impacts of noise     YES                  YES                      YES               NO                  YES               NO
                         area is unreasonable           or difficulty of transport      and dust
How to address           Uncommon view N/A              TTMP                            MM in EMP                     EMP                  EMP                      EMP                                   N/A
Lam Van Ket          G   Total agree                    Water      road      surface    No Response                   NO                   NO                       Reduce     big    No Response         YES               No Response            No Response
                     G                                  before        using       for                                                                               amount       of
                                                        transportation.                                                                                             vehicle to city
                                                        Have      a      reasonable                                                                                 centre
                                                        schedule                   of
                                                        transportation
How to address           N/A                            MM in EMP                       N/A                           N/A                  N/A                      N/A               N/A                 N/A               N/A
Dang Thi Dien        H   No Response                    No Response                     No Response                   Yes                  Decrease        family   No Response       No Response         No Response       No Response            No Response
                                                                                                                                           income
How to address           N/A                            MM in EMP                                                     N/A                  N/A                      N/A               N/A                 N/A               N/A                    N/A

Tran Thi Giang       I   No Response                    NO                              No Response                   YES                  YES                      No Response       No Response         YES               Suggest to get         No Response
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            resettlement land
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            at Tan Thoi Nhat
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ward – District 12
How to address           N/A                                                            N/A                           MM in EMP                                     N/A               N/A                                                          N/A

Nguyen Van Do        J   Agree to Depot project but     Because of weak local           Not relevant (hopefully       No Response          No Response              No Response       No Response         No Response       No Response            No Response


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 Questions                                  1                              2                             3                           4                           5                        6                  7                      8                     9a                    9b
 Participants                   What are your comments         What are your comments        Do you as a local resident     Will construction         Will construction and          What will be     Do you have any         Do you support      If answer 9 is YES      If answer is NO
                               and observations regarding       on the affects on local      / worker have any specific      and operation of         operation of the depot          the overall     questions for the         the project          ask - What (if      yes ask - What (if
                               the depot construction and      traffic due to access for         observation on the          the depot affect         affect your home life?        impact due to       interviewing           overall? Yes /       anything) would       anything) would
                                 the proposed advanced            the project lorries/         environmental changes        your working life?                                        this depot        consultant?                 No             cause you NOT to          lead you to
                                         works                          trucks?               and impacts that will take                                                             construction                                                 support the project      SUPPORT the
                                                                                                       place?                                                                      and operation?                                                          ?                  project ?

                               not agree just in case of       infrastructure, vehicle for   project managers and
                               unreasonable compensation       sand transportation will      stakeholders implement
                                                               damage current roads          the project with care and
                                                                                             responsibility)
 How to address                Matter for RP                   TTMP                          EMP                           N/A                        N/A                          N/A                N/A                     N/A
 Vo Thi Thu Ha         K       No Response                     No Response                   No Response                   No Response                No Response                  No Response        No Response             No Response         No Response            No Response
 How to address                N/A                             N/A                           N/A                           MM in EMP                                               N/A                N/A                     N/A                 N/A                    N/A
 Anonymous             L       Totally agree with project in   Because of weak local         Believe that environment      Very effected on           Effected on our family       No Response        No Response             No Response         No Response            No Response
                               conditions of reasonable        infrastructure, vehicle for   will be better when the       works and life             life
                               compensation, resettlement      sand transportation will      project is done
                               and     ensuring     hygiene    badly damage roads
                               environment
 How to address                RP and EMP                      TTMP (control routes)         MM in EMP (construction)      MM in EMP                  MM in EMP                    N/A                N/A                     N/A                 N/A                    N/A
                               1                               2                             3                             4                          5                            6                  7                       8                   9a                     9b




                   N.N Questions were translated into Vietnamese as per the following table.




QUESTION                   1                             2                               3                            4                           5                            6                     7                    8                       9a                           9b

English         What are your                What         are   your       Do you as a local resident        Will construction and       Will construction and       What will be the         Do you have any       Do       you        If answer 9 is YES ask     If answer is NO yes ask
                comments        and          comments on the affects       / worker have any specific        operation of the            operation of the            overall     impact       questions for the     support the         - What (if anything)       - What (if anything)
                observations                 on local traffic due to       observation    on      the        depot affect your           depot affect your           due to this depot        interviewing          project             would cause you NOT        would lead you to
                regarding the depot          access for the project        environmental changes             working life?               home life?                  construction and         consultant?           overall? Yes        to support the project ?   SUPPORT the project ?
                construction and the         lorries/ trucks?              and impacts that will take                                                                operation?                                     / No
                proposed advanced                                          place?
                works
Vietnamese      Ý kiến và quan               Anh chị có ý kiến gì          Là 1 người dân định               Việc xây dựng và            Việc xây dựng và            Khi xây dựng             Anh/chị có câu        Nhìn                Nếu câu 8 trả lời          Nếu câu 8 trả lời
                điểm       của               về vấn đề trở ngại            cư hoặc đang làm làm              khai thác khu vực           khai thác khu vực           và vận hành              hỏi nào khác          chung, anh          CÓ thì trả lời tiếp -      KHÔNG thì trả lời
                anh/chị về việc              giao thông do các xe          việc tai khu vực dự án,           depo có tác động            depo có tác động            khu vực depo,            cho những nhà         chị có ủng          Liệu có vấn đề nào         tiếp - Điều gì có thể
                                             tải và xe chuyên              theo anh/chị sẽ có sự             tới công việc của           tới cuộc sống gia           tác động nào             tư vấn đang           hộ cho dự           có thể là nguyên           làm cho anh/chị hỗ
                xây dựng depo
                                             dụng của dự án hay            thay đổi về môi                   anh/chị không?              đình của anh/chị            anh chị cho là           phỏng      vấn        án     này          nhân khiến cho             trợ cho dự án?
                và các công                  không?                        trường như thế nào                                            không?                      quan     trọng           không?                không?              anh/chị không hỗ
                việc đã được                                               do dự án gây ra?                                                                          nhất?                                          Có/Không            trợ dự án?
                đề xuất?




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    PARTICIPANTS AT PUBLIC CONSULTATION - THAM LUONG DEPOT PROJECT AT TAN THOI NHAT WARD – DISTRICT 12)
            DANH SÁCH NGƯỜI DÂN THAM DỰ THAM VẤN CỘNG ĐỒNG TẠI PHƯỜNG TÂN THỚI NHẤT – QUẬN 12
                                          DỰ ÁN DEPO THAM LƯƠNG


STT              TÊN                   ĐỊA CHỈ                 ĐIỆN THOẠI         CMND               BỊ ẢNH HƯỞNG
(No)         (Full Name)              (Address)                  (Phone)       (ID number)          (Effected Object)
    01      Nguyễn Văn Chiến         Tổ 60 Khu phố 5            0907.051.602     023355535                Không - none

    02       Phạm Văn Khang           15/7 Khu phố 5                                                Đất nông nghiệp - farmland

    03        Trần Văn Phát    237/2 Lê Trọng Tấn, P. Sơn Kỳ     34362810                                  Nhà – Home

    04         Phạm Văn Ta           132/9 Khu phố 2            0919919198       021750232         Đất nông nghiệp – farmland

    05        Bùi Văn Chan           2/42B Khu phố 5             35924365        022918571         Đất nông nghiệp – farmland

    06        Nguyễn Tấn Lợi          41/4 Khu phố 3            0907654597       022982986         Đất nông nghiệp – farmland

    07        Trần Trọng Quy          62/6 Khu phố 5            01689903646      024556498                 Nhà – home

    08        Phạm Văn Tốn          4 TTN1A Khu phố 5           0908141164                   Công ty Tấn Phong – beer bottling factory

    09         Lâm Văn Kết            195 Khu Phố 6             0908001326       021741188         Đất nông nghiệp - ffarmland

    10        Đặng Thị Diễn          12-16 Khu phố 5            0908792419                                 Nhà - home

    11        Trần Thị Giang         12/6Đ Khu phố 4            0932178951                                 Nhà - home

    12        Nguyễn Văn Đơ          19/10 Khu phố 5             22435698                           Đất nông nghiệp - farmland

    13        Võ Thị Thu Hà           66/2 Khu phố 5            0903063548                                 Nhà - home

    14         Lê Văn Tuấn              Khu phố 4               0913104442                                Không - none

    15       Lương Quốc Tuấn            Khu phố 5               0903678979                                Không - none




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                                            District 12                                                                Socialist Republic of Viet Nam

                           People’s Committee of Tan Thoi Ward                                                      Independence – Freedom - Happiness



                                                      LIST OF PEOPLE INVITED TO PUBLIC CONSULTATION FOR
                                                                  THAM LUONG DEPO PROJECT
                                                              AT TAN THOI NHAT WARD – DISTRICT 12
Households affected home

             No              Full Name                                           Address                                    Note

             01            Tran Van Phat                   237/2 Le Trong Tan Street, Son Ky Ward, District 12

             02            Tran Thi Giang                     12/6A, Area 4, Tan Thoi Nhat Ward, District 12

             03            Dang Thi Dien                  44/4 Dien Bien Phu Street, Ward 15, Binh Thanh District

             04            Vo Thi Thu Ha                      No. 21, Street no.6, Ward 10, Tan Binh District

             05            Tran Trong Quy                      62/6 , Area 5, Tan Thoi Nhat Ward, District 12




Households affected agriculture lands

                  No            Full Name                                         Address                                   Note

                  06          Ngo Dieu Hong               95 Pham Van Hai, Ba Diem Commune, Hoc Mon District

                  07            Lam Thi Mai                          132/9, Area 2, Ward 6, District 12

                  08           Pham Van Ta                     132/9, Area 2, Tan Thoi Nhat Ward, District 12

                  09            Le Duc Sop                     11/26, Area 5, Tan Thoi Nhat Ward, District 12

                  10           Bui Van Chan                    2/42B, Area 5, Tan Thoi Nhat Ward, District 12

                  11           Lam Van Ket                    No.195, Area 6, Tan Thoi Nhat Ward, District 12


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                  12            Nguyen Tan Loi              41/4, Area 3, Tan Thoi Nhat Ward, District 12

                  13            Nguyen Thi Cai       38/2 Dong Hamlet, Thoi Tam Thon Ward, Hoc Mon District

                  14           Pham Van Khang               15/7, Area 5, Tan Thoi Naht Ward, District 12

                  15            Nguyen Van Do              19/10, Area 5, Tan Thoi Nhat Ward, District 12




Factories or companies which are affected by the project


                                  Full Name                                  Address                             Note
                 No

                           Tan Phong Water Company   No.4 , TTN1A Street, Area 5, Tan Thoi Nhat Ward, District
                  16
                                     Ltd.                                       12

                  17         Duy Khang Ink Factory         66/2, Area 5, Tan Thoi Nhat Ward, District 12

Represents the Operating Area 4, 5 (3 persons)




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                                                                                                                                             Appendix C         58
                                                                       .
    Appendix D: Letter from HCMC UDC on spoil disposal




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                                                         Appendix D   59
                                                                             .
    Appendix E:   Endorsement of the IEE and EARF by HCMC PC




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                                                               Appendix E   60

				
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