The "Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA projects): Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA projects) - is a process of uchchetu environmental requirements Legislation in the training business, including pre-, project and other decisions aimed at identifying and preventing unacceptable to the community of environmental and related social, economic and Other consequences of its implementation, and evaluation of investment costs for environmental protection. Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA projects) - a process that promotes the adoption of environmentally oriented management solutions for the implementation of planned economic and other activities by identifying the possible adverse impacts, environmental impact assessment, taking into account public opinion, the development of measures to reduce and prevent impacts. Environmental impact assessment (project EIA) is carried out to determine the nature and severity of all potential impacts of proposed economic and other activitie
The "Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA projects):
Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA projects) - is a process of uchchetu environmental requirements Legislation in the training business, including pre-, project and other decisions aimed at identifying and preventing unacceptable to the community of environmental and related social, economic and Other consequences of its implementation, and evaluation of investment costs for environmental protection.
Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA projects) - a process that promotes the adoption of environmentally oriented management solutions for the implementation of planned economic and other activities by identifying the possible adverse impacts, environmental impact assessment, taking into account public opinion, the development of measures to reduce and prevent impacts.
Environmental impact assessment (project EIA) is carried out to determine the nature and severity of all potential impacts of proposed economic and other activities on the environment and public health, assessment of environmental, economic and social consequences of these impacts, as well as prevent or mitigate the impact of this activities. Impact Assessment (EIA projects) is a legal process required in the development of any project.
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Claims Legislation on Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA projects):
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76. GOST 12.1.007-76. «Classification and general safety requirements».
77. GOST 17.4.1.02-83. «Nature. Soils. Classification of industrial materials to control pollution ».
78. GOST 17.5.3.04-83. «Soils. General requirements for control and protection from pollution ».
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91. Resolution of the Government of the Russian Federation of 13.09.96 № 109 «On the federal target program« Waste ».
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98. Health regulations with mercury and its compounds and devices with mercury fillings.
99. SNiP 2.07.01-89 building regulations. Urban planning. The planning and development of urban and rural settlements. Moscow 1989
100. Certification of jobs, Moscow, Alfa-Composite, 1998
The content of the draft "Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA projects):
The draft EIA is:
Environmental assessment (EIA projects) to implement design solutions, that is the definition of the baseline characteristics and attributes of the components of the environment that may be affected in the process of economic activities;
Identify key factors and types of negative impacts related to the implementation of planned activities: air pollution, sonic impact, impact on the geological environment, pollution of surface and groundwater, soil, the overall environmental impact;
Rationale indicators tolerance and the impact of environmental regulations on the basis of environmental factors limiting the intended activity. Regulations and rules should ensure sustainable development biogeocenosis within prirodnoizmenennyh geosystems;
Development of recommendations and measures to restrict or nullify all major types of impacts in the light of modern developments in this field, using energy-saving technologies, systems, environmental protection, etc.
To meet the goals and creating volume environmental impact assessment (EIA projects) under a set of environmental studies on the impact of the proposed facility for environmental components, namely:
Assessment of the possible air pollution;
Acoustic impact assessment;
Evaluating the impact of proposed activity Surface and ground water;
Assessment of the possible effects on soil and vegetation;
Assessment of recreational impacts on the surrounding area;
Development of environmental protection measures to reduce negative impacts.