Contract No: HK/2011/07

 

Wanchai Development Phase II and Central Wanchai Bypass

Sampling, Field Measurement and Testing Work (Stage 2)

 

Environmental Permit no. EP-376/2009

 

Monthly Environmental Monitoring & Audit Report

 

-  June 2015 -

 

CLIENTS:

PREPARED BY:

 

 

Civil Engineering and Development

Department

 

 

 

Lam Geotechnics Limited

 

11/F Centre Point

181-185 Gloucester Road,

Wanchai, H.K.

 

Telephone: (852) 2882-3939

Facsimile: (852) 2882-3331

E-mail: info@lamenviro.com

Website: http://www.lamenviro.com

 

 

 

 

 

Certified by:



 

 

 

 

 

                                               

Raymond Dai

Environmental Team Leader

 

 

 

DATE:

 

 

9 July 2015


Table of contents   

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY.. 3

1           Introduction.. 5

1.1           Scope of the Report 5

1.2           Structure of the Report 5

2           PROJECT BACKGROUND.. 7

2.1           Background.. 7

2.2           Scope of the Project and Site Description. 7

2.3           Project Organization and Contact Personnel 7

3           status of regulatory compliance.. 10

3.1           Status of Environmental Licensing and Permitting under the Project 10

4           Monitoring Requirements.. 12

4.1           Noise Monitoring.. 12

4.2           Air Quality Monitoring.. 13

5           Monitoring Results.. 15

5.1           Noise Monitoring Results. 15

5.2           Air Quality Monitoring Results. 15

5.3           Waste Monitoring Results. 17

6           Compliance Audit.. 18

6.1           Noise Monitoring.. 18

6.2           Air Quality Monitoring.. 18

6.3           Review of the Reasons for and the Implications of Non-compliance. 18

6.4           Summary of action taken in the event of and follow-up on non-compliance. 18

7           Cumulative Construction Impacts due to the Concurrent Projects.. 19

8           Environmental Site Audit.. 20

9           Complaints, Notification of Summons and Prosecution.. 21

10         conclusion.. 22


lIST OF TABLES

Table 2.1      Schedule 2 Designated Projects under this Project

Table 2.2        Contact Details of Key Personnel

Table 3.1        Summary of the current status on licences and/or permits on environmental protection pertinent to the Project

Table 3.2        Cumulative Summary of Valid Licences and Permits under Contract no. HK/2012/08

Table 3.3      Summary of submission status under FEP-01/376/2009 Condition

Table 4.1        Continuous Noise Monitoring Stations

Table 4.2        Air Quality Monitoring Stations

Table 5.1        Continuous Noise Monitoring Stations for Contract no. HK/2012/08

Table 5.2        Air Quality Monitoring Station for Contract no. HK/2012/08

Table 5.3       Details of Waste Disposal for Contract no. HK/2012/08

Table 8.1        Summary of Environmental Inspections for Contract no. HK/2012/08

Table 9.1        Cumulative Statistics on Complaints

Table 9.2        Cumulative Statistics on Successful Prosecutions

Table 10.1      Summary of Key Construction Activities of Individual Contract(s) to be commenced in Coming Reporting Month

 

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 2.1         Project Layout

Figure 2.2         Project Organization Chart

Figure 4.1         Locations of Environmental Monitoring Stations

 

lIST OF APPENDIces

Appendix 3.1    Environmental Mitigation Implementation Schedule

Appendix 4.1    Action and Limit Level

Appendix 4.2    Copies of Calibration Certificates

Appendix 5.1    Monitoring Schedule for Reporting Month and Coming month

Appendix 5.2    Continuous Noise Monitoring Results and Graphical Presentations

Appendix 5.3    Air Quality Monitoring Results and Graphical Presentations

Appendix 6.1    Event Action Plans

Appendix 6.2    Notification of Exceedance

Appendix 9.1    Complaint Log

Appendix 10.1   Construction Programme of Individual Contracts

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  1. This is the Environmental Monitoring and Audit (EM&A) Monthly Report – June 2015 specific for Environmental Permit no. EP-376/2009 and Further Environmental Permit no. FEP-01/376/2009. The EM&A report is prepared by the Environmental Team (ET) employed under Contract No. HK/2011/07 – Wan Chai Development Phase II and Central Wanchai Bypass – Sampling, Field Measurement and Testing Works (Stage 2). This report presents the environmental monitoring findings and information recorded during the period May 2015 to June 2015. The cut-off date of reporting is at 27th of each reporting month.

 

  1. In the reporting month, the principal work activities of the contract are included as follows:

Contract no. HK/2012/08 – Wan Chai Development Phase II – Central- Wan Chai Bypass at Wan Chai West

·          Utilities

·          Excavation

 

Noise Monitoring

  1. Continuous noise monitoring was conducted at M1a – Harbour Road Sports Centre.
  2. No exceedances were recorded at M1a – Harbour Road Sports Centre in the reporting month.

 

Air Quality Monitoring

  1. 1-hour and 24-hour Total Suspended Particulates (TSP) monitoring were conducted on every six days basis at CMA5b and CMA6a – Contractor HK/2012/08 Site Office.
  2. No exceedances were recorded in the reporting month.

 

Complaints, Notifications of Summons and Successful Prosecutions

  1. No environmental complaint was received in this reporting month.

 

Site Inspections and Audit

  1. The Environmental Team (ET) conducted weekly site inspection for Contract no. HK/2012/08 in this reporting period. The Contractors rectified major observations and recommendations made during the audit sessions. No non-conformance was identified during the site inspections.

 

Future Key Issues

  1. In the coming reporting month, the principal work activities of the contract is anticipated as follows:

 

 

Contract no. HK/2012/08 – Wan Chai Development Phase II – Central- Wan Chai Bypass at Wan Chai West

·          Utilities

·          Excavation

1          Introduction

1.1                Scope of the Report

1.1.1.         Lam Geotechnics Limited (LGL) has been appointed take up the role as the Environmental Team (ET) under Environmental Permit no. EP-376/2009 and Further Environmental Permit no. FEP-01/376/2009 to implement the Environmental Monitoring and Audit (EM&A) programme as stipulated in the EM&A Manual of the approved Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Report for Wan Chai Development Phase II and Central-Wan Chai Bypass (Register No.: AEIAR-458/2008).

1.1.2.         This report documents the finding of EM&A works for Environmental Permit (EP) no. EP-376/2009 and Further Environmental Permit no. FEP-01/376/2009, during the period May 2015 to June 2015. The cut-off date of reporting is the 27th of each reporting month.

 

1.2                Structure of the Report

Section 1          Introduction – details the scope and structure of the report.

 

Section 2          Project Background – summarizes background and scope of the project, site description, project organization and contact details of key personnel during the reporting period.

 

Section 3          Status of Regulatory Compliance – summarizes the status of valid Environmental Permits / Licenses during the reporting period.

 

Section 4          Monitoring Requirements – summarizes all monitoring parameters, monitoring methodology and equipment, monitoring locations, monitoring frequency, criteria and respective event and action plan and monitoring programmes.

 

Section 5          Monitoring Results – summarizes the monitoring results obtained in the reporting period.

 

Section 6          Compliance Audit – summarizes the auditing of monitoring results, all exceedances environmental parameters.

 

Section 7          Cumulative Construction Impact due to the Concurrent Projects – summarizes the relevant cumulative construction impact due to the concurrent activities of the concurrent Projects.

 

Section 8          Environmental Site Audit – summarizes the findings of weekly site inspections undertaken within the reporting period, with a review of any relevant follow-up actions within the reporting period.

 

Section 9          Complaints, Notification of summons and Prosecution – summarizes the cumulative statistics on complaints, notification of summons and prosecution

 

Section 10        Conclusion

2          PROJECT BACKGROUND

2.1                Background

2.1.1           Wan Chai Development phase II and Central-Wan Chai Bypass (hereafter called “the Project”) are Designated Project (DP) under the Environmental Impact Assessment Ordinance (Cap. 499) (EIAO). The Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Report for Wan Chai Development phase II and Central-Wan Chai Bypass (Register No.: AEIAR-125/2008) has been approved on 11 December 2008.

2.2                Scope of the Project and Site Description

2.2.1.         The design and construction of Wan Chai Development Phase II and Central Wanchai Bypass involves the construction and operation of primary and district distributor roads that is shown at Figure 2.1.

2.2.2.         The key purpose of the study area encompasses the Wan Chai harbourfront area. The area starts at the boundary of Central Reclamation Phase III (CRIII) at the west and connects to the existing Hung Hing Road at the east. The scope of the project includes:

·          A dual 2-lane primary distributor road, Road P2, approximately 0.6km in length; and

·          Other new primary and district distributor roads connecting to the slip roads of the Central-Wan Chai Bypass with a total length of approximately 0.7km.

2.2.3.         The project also contains various Schedule 2 DP that, under the EIAO, require Environmental Permits (EPs) to be granted by the DEP before they may be either constructed or operated. Table 2.1 summarises the DP under this Project. Figure 2.1 shows the locations of these Schedule 2 DP.

Table 2.1    Schedule 2 Designated Projects under this Project

Item

Designated Project

EIAO Reference

DP2

Road P2 and other roads which are classified as primary/district distributor roads

Schedule 2, Part I, A.1

 

2.2.4.         The designated project work II (DP2) was awarded to China State-Leader Joint Venture HK/2012/08 as part of the Project works by the Civil Engineering and Development Department (CEDD). The construction work under Contract no. HK/2012/08 was commenced on 13 May 2015.

2.3                Project Organization and Contact Personnel

2.3.1           Civil Engineering and Development Department is the overall project controllers for the Central Reclamation Phase III Project. For the construction phase of the Project, Project Engineer, Contractor(s), Environmental Team and Independent Environmental Checker are appointed to manage and control environmental issues.

 

2.3.2           The proposed project organization and lines of communication with respect to environmental protection works are shown in Figure 2.2.  Key personnel and contact particulars are summarized in Table 2.2:

Table 2.2    Contact Details of Key Personnel

Party

Role

Post

Name

Contact No.

Contact Fax

AECOM

Engineer’s Representative for WDII

Principal Resident Engineer

Mr. Frankie Fan

2587 1778

2587 1877

Engineer’s Representative for CWB

Principal Resident Engineer

Mr. Peter Poon

3922 3388

3912 3010

China State- Leader JV

Contractor under Contract no. HK/2012/08

Project Director

C. N. LAI

9106 5806

2877 1522

Project Manager

Mr. Eddie Chung

9189 8118

Site Agent

Mr. Keith Tse

9037 1839

Environmental Officer

Mr. James Ma

9130 9549

Environmental Supervisor

Mr. Y. L. HO

9856 5669

ENVIRON Hong Kong Limited

Independent Environmental Checker (IEC)

Independent Environmental Checker (IEC)

Mr. David Yeung

3465 2888

3465 2899

Lam Geotechnics Limited

Environmental Team (ET)

Environmental Team Leader (ETL)

Mr. Raymond Dai

2882 3939

2882 3331

 

2.3.3           In this reporting month, the principal work activities of the contract is included as follows:

Contract no. HK/2012/08 – Wan Chai Development Phase II – Central- Wan Chai Bypass at Wan Chai West

·          Utilities

·          Excavation

 

2.3.4           In coming reporting month, the principal work activities of the contract is anticipated as follows:

 

Contract no. HK/2012/08 – Wan Chai Development Phase II – Central- Wan Chai Bypass at Wan Chai West

·          Utilities

·          Excavation

3          status of regulatory compliance

3.1          Status of Environmental Licensing and Permitting under the Project

3.1.1.     A summary of the current status on licences and/or permits on environmental protection pertinent to the Project is shown in Table 3.1.

Table 3.1  Summary of the current status on licences and/or permits on environmental protection pertinent to the Project

Permits and/or Licences

Reference No.

Issued Date

Status

Environmental Permit

EP-376/2009

13 Nov 2009

Valid

Further Environmental Permit

FEP-01/376/2009

31 Mar 2015

Valid

 

3.1.2.     The current status on licences and/or permits on environmental protection pertinent for contract no. HK/2012/08 under FEP-01/376/2009 showed in Table 3.2. and Table 3.3

Table 3.2  Cumulative Summary of Valid Licences and Permits under Contract no. HK/2012/08

Permits and/or Licences

Reference No.

Issued Date

Valid Period/ Expiry Date

Status

Further Environmental Permit

FEP-01/376/2009

31 Mar 2015

N/A

Valid

Notification of Works Under APCO

355439

4 Feb 2013

N/A

Valid

Registration as a Chemical Waste Producer

5213-134-C3790-01

8 Mar 2013

N/A

Valid

Billing Account under Waste Disposal Ordinance

7016883

18 Feb 2013

18 Jul 2017

Valid

Water Discharge Licence

WT00018470-2014

6 Mar 2014

31 Mar 2019

Valid

Construction Noise Permit

GW-RS0223-15

3 Mar 2015

9 Mar 2015 to 8 Sep 2015

Valid

 

 

 

Table 3.3 Summary of submission status under FEP-01/376/2009 Condition

EP Condition

Submission

Date of Submission

Condition 2.9

Noise Management Plan (Rev. 0)

16 Apr 2015

Condition 2.10

Landscape Plan (Rev. 0)

21 Apr 2015

 

3.1.3.     Implementation status of the recommended mitigation measures during this reporting month is presented in Appendix 3.1.

4          Monitoring Requirements

4.1          Noise Monitoring

NOISE Monitoring Stations

4.1.1.     The continuous noise monitoring station for the Project is listed and shown in Table 4.1 and Figure 4.1.. Appendix 4.1 shows the established Action/Limit Levels for the monitoring works.

Table 4.1    Continuous Noise Monitoring Stations

District

Station

Description

Wan Chai

M1a

Harbour Road Sports Centre

 

Noise Monitoring Parameters, Frequency and Duration

4.1.2.     The construction noise level shall be measured in terms of the A-weighted equivalent continuous sound pressure level (Leq). Leq (30 minutes) shall be used as the monitoring parameter for the time period between 0700 and 1900 hours on normal weekdays. For all other time periods, Leq (5 minutes) shall be employed for comparison with the Noise Control Ordinance (NCO) criteria. Supplementary information for data auditing, statistical results such as L10 and L90 shall also be obtained for reference.

4.1.3.     Noise monitoring shall be carried out at all the designated monitoring stations. The monitoring frequency shall depend on the scale of the construction activities. The following is an initial guide on the regular monitoring frequency for each station on a weekly basis when noise generating activities are underway:

·          One set of measurements between 0700 and 1900 hours on normal weekdays.

 

Monitoring Equipment

4.1.4.     As referred to in the Technical Memorandum ™ issued under the NCO, sound level meters in compliance with the International Electrotechnical Commission Publications 651: 1979 (Type 1) and 804: 1985 (Type 1) specifications shall be used for carrying out the noise monitoring. Immediately prior to and following each noise measurement the accuracy of the sound level meter shall be checked using an acoustic calibrator generating a known sound pressure level at a known frequency. Measurements may be accepted as valid only if the calibration level from before and after the noise measurement agrees to within 1.0 dB.

4.1.5.     Noise measurements shall not be made in fog, rain, wind with a steady speed exceeding 5 m/s or wind with gusts exceeding 10 m/s. The wind speed shall be checked with a portable wind speed meter capable of measuring the wind speed in m/s.

4.2          Air Quality Monitoring

Air Quality Monitoring Stations

4.2.1.     The air quality monitoring stations for the Project are listed and shown in Table 4.2 and Figure 4.1.. Appendix 4.1 shows the established Action/Limit Levels for the monitoring works.

Table 4.2    Air Quality Monitoring Stations

Station ID

Description

CMA5b

Pedestrian Plaza

CMA6a

WDII PRE Site Office

Air QUALITY Monitoring Parameters, Frequency and Duration

4.2.2.     One-hour and 24-hour TSP levels should be measured to indicate the impacts of construction dust on air quality. The 24-hour TSP levels shall be measured by following the standard high volume sampling method as set out in the Title 40 of the Code of Federal Regulations, Chapter 1 (Part 50), Appendix B.

4.2.3.     All relevant data including temperature, pressure, weather conditions, elapsed-time meter reading for the start and stop of the sampler, identification and weight of the filter paper, and any other local atmospheric factors affecting or affected by site conditions, etc., shall be recorded down in detail.

4.2.4.     For regular impact monitoring, the sampling frequency of at least once in every six-days, shall be strictly observed at all the monitoring stations for 24-hour TSP monitoring. For 1-hour TSP monitoring, the sampling frequency of at least three times in every six-days should be undertaken when the highest dust impact occurs.

Sampling Procedure and Monitoring Equipment

4.2.5.     High volume samplers (HVSs) in compliance with the following specifications shall be used for carrying out the 1-hour and 24-hour TSP monitoring:

·          0.6 – 1.7 m3 per minute adjustable flow range;

·          Equipped with a timing / control device with +/- 5 minutes accuracy for 24 hours operation;

·          Installed with elapsed-time meter with +/- 2 minutes accuracy for 24 hours operation;

·          Capable of providing a minimum exposed area of 406 cm2;

·          Flow control accuracy: +/- 2.5% deviation over 24-hour sampling period;

·          Equipped with a shelter to protect the filter and sampler;

·          Incorporated with an electronic mass flow rate controller or other equivalent devices;

·          Equipped with a flow recorder for continuous monitoring;

·          Provided with a peaked roof inlet;

·          Incorporated with a manometer;

·          Able to hold and seal the filter paper to the sampler housing at horizontal position;

·          Easily changeable filter; and

·          Capable of operating continuously for a 24-hour period.

 

4.2.6.     Initial calibration of dust monitoring equipment shall be conducted upon installation and thereafter at bi-monthly intervals. The transfer standard shall be traceable to the internationally recognized primary standard and be calibrated annually. The concern parties such as IEC shall properly document the calibration data for future reference. All the data should be converted into standard temperature and pressure condition.

Laboratory Measurement / Analysis

4.2.7.     A clean laboratory with constant temperature and humidity control, and equipped with necessary measuring and conditioning instruments to handle the dust samples collected, shall be available for sample analysis, and equipment calibration and maintenance. The laboratory should be HOKLAS accredited.

4.2.8.     Filter paper of size 8” x 10” shall be labelled before sampling. It shall be a clean filter paper with no pinholes, and shall be conditioned in a humidity-controlled chamber for over 24-hours and be pre-weighed before use for the sampling.

4.2.9.     After sampling, the filter paper loaded with dust shall be kept in a clean and tightly sealed plastic bag. The filter paper shall then be returned to the laboratory for reconditioning in the humidity controlled chamber followed by accurate weighing by an electronic balance with readout down to 0.1 mg. The balance shall be regularly calibrated against a traceable standard.

4.2.10.   All the collected samples shall be kept in a good condition for 6 months before disposal.

4.2.11.   Current calibration certificates of equipment are presented in Appendix 4.2.

5          Monitoring Results

5.0.1.     The environmental monitoring will be implemented based on the division of works areas of each designated project managed under different contracts with separate FEP applied by individual contractors.  Overall layout showing work areas of various contracts, latest status of work commencement and monitoring stations is shown in Figure 2.1 and Figure 4.1. The monitoring results are presented in according to the Individual Contract(s).

5.0.2.     In the reporting month, the concurrent contract is:

Ÿ  Contract no. HK/2012/08 – Wan Chai Development Phase II – Central – Wan Chai Bypass at Wan Chai West.

5.0.3.     The environment monitoring schedules for reporting month and coming month are presented in Appendix 5.1.

5.1          Noise Monitoring Results

5.1.1       The proposed division of noise monitoring stations is summarized in Table 5.1 below.

Table 5.1    Continuous Noise Monitoring Stations for Contract no. HK/2012/08

Location ID

District

Description

M1a

Wan Chai

Harbour Road Sports Centre

Remarks: Continuous noise monitoring results and graphical presentation for ACL3 during restricted hours and night time period are for information only.

5.1.2       No exceedances were recorded at M1a – Harbour Road Sports Centre in the reporting month.

5.1.3       Continuous noise monitoring results measured in this reporting period are reviewed and summarized. Details of continuous noise monitoring results and graphical presentation can be referred to Appendix 5.2.

 

5.2          Air Quality Monitoring Results

5.2.1       The proposed division of air quality monitoring stations are summarized in Table 5.2 below.

Table 5.2    Air Quality Monitoring Station for Contract no. HK/2012/08

Station

Description

CMA5b

Pedestrian Plaza

CMA6a

WDII PRE Site Office

 

5.2.2       No exceedances were recorded in the reporting month.

5.2.3       The air quality monitoring results measured in this reporting period are reviewed and summarized.  Details of air quality monitoring results and graphical presentation can be referred in Appendix 5.3. 

5.3          Waste Monitoring Results

5.3.1       Inert and non-inert C&D wastes were disposed in this reporting month. Details of the waste flow table are summarized in Table 5.3.

Table 5.3    Details of Waste Disposal for Contract no. HK/2012/08

Waste Type

Quantity this month

Cumulative Quantity-to-Date

Disposal / Dumping Grounds

Inert C&D materials disposed, m3

NIL

NIL

NIL

Inert C&D materials recycled, m3

NIL

NIL

NIL

Non-inert C&D materials disposed, m3

NIL

NIL

NIL

Non-inert C&D materials recycled, m3

NIL

NIL

NIL

Chemical waste disposed, kg

NIL

NIL

NIL

6          Compliance Audit

6.0.1.     The Event Action Plan for construction noise and air quality are presented in Appendix 6.1.

6.1          Noise Monitoring

6.1.1.     No exceedance was recorded in this reporting month.

6.2          Air Quality Monitoring

6.2.1.     No exceedances were recorded in the reporting month.

6.3          Review of the Reasons for and the Implications of Non-compliance

6.3.1       There was no non-compliance from the site audits in the reporting period. The observations and recommendations made in each individual site audit session were presented in Section 8.

6.4          Summary of action taken in the event of and follow-up on non-compliance

6.4.1       There was no particular action taken since no non-compliance was recorded from the site audits in the reporting period.

 

 

 

7                     Cumulative Construction Impact due to the Concurrent Projects

7.0.1.     According to the Condition 3.4 of the EP-376/2009, this section addresses the relevant cumulative construction impact due to the concurrent activities of the current projects including the Central Reclamation Phase III (CRIII), Wan Chai Development Phase II (WDII), Central-WanChai Bypass (CWB), Island Eastern Corridor Link projects (IECL) and Wan Chai Development Phase II – Central – Wan Chai Bypass at Wan Chai East (CWB Tunnel).

7.0.2.     According to the Final EM&A report of Central Reclamation Phase III (CRIII) for Contract HK 12/02, the major construction activities were completed by end of January 2014 and no construction activities were undertaken thereafter and the water quality monitoring was completed in October 2011.  As such, it is considered that there were no cumulative construction impact due to the concurrent activities of the current projects with the Central Reclamation Phase III (CRIII) undertaken by contractor HK12/02 in the reporting month.

7.0.3.     According to the construction programme of Central-Wanchai Bypass at Wanchai West at the Central Reclamation Phase III area, removal of L-shape wall, installation of caisson seawall and ELS works were performed in June 2015 reporting month. As no project related exceedance were recorded during the reporting period, cumulative construction impact due to the concurrent activities of the current projects with the Central Reclamation Phase III (CRIII) was considered as insignificant.

7.0.4.     According to the construction programme of Wan Chai Development Phase II, Central-Wan Chai Bypass and Island Eastern Corridor Link projects, the major construction activities under Wan Chai Development Phase II were tunnel works and ELS works at Wan Chai East and temporary reclamation, D-wall construction and ELS works at Wan Chai West. The major construction activities under Central-Wan Chai Bypass and Island Eastern Corridor Link Projects were bridge construction and road works at Central Interchange, land based bored pilling works and ELS works at Victoria Park, D- wall construction and ELS works at TS3, IEC demolition and tunnel works at North Point area in the reporting month.

7.0.5.     No significant air impact from construction activities was anticipated in the reporting month. Besides, no project related exceedance was recorded during the water, air and noise environmental monitoring events in the reporting month. Thus, it is evaluated that the cumulative construction impact from the concurrent projects including Central Reclamation Phase III (CRIII), Wan Chai Development Phase II (WDII), Central-WanChai Bypass (CWB), Island Eastern Corridor Link projects (IECL) was insignificant.

8          Environmental Site Audit

8.0.1.         Four site inspections for Contract no. HK/2012/08 were carried out in the reporting month on 2, 9, 16 and 23 June 2015. The results of inspection and outcome are summarized in Table 8.1.

Table 8.1    Summary of Environmental Inspections for Contract no. HK/2012/08

Item

Date

Observations

Action taken by Contractor

Outcome

150602_01

2-Jun-15

Top and three sides of the grouting station at Zone D shall be covered properly

Top and three sides of the grouting station has improved and no effect on causing dust impact.

Completion as observed on 9 June 2015

150602_02

2-Jun-15

Floating refuses shall be collected at regular intervals.

Floating refuses has cleaned.

Completion as observed on 9 June 2015

150609_01

9-Jun-15

Cement bags shall be covered on site.

Cement bags were covered by impermeable sheet.

Completion as observed on 16 June 2015

150609_02

9-Jun-15

Drip tray shall be provided for oil container at MVB area.

Drip tray is provided for oil container at MVB area

Completion as observed on 16 June 2015

150609_03

9-Jun-15

Chemical waste shall be properly handle and stored in chemical storage at MVB area.

Chemical waste has cleared at MVB area.

Completion as observed on 16 June 2015

150616_01

16-Jun-15

Drip tray shall be provided for oil containers at Portion 1B.

Drip tray has been provided for oil container at Portion 1B.

Completion as observed on 23 June 2015

150616_02

16-Jun-15

Floating refuses shall be collected at HKCEC2W area.

Floating refuses has cleaned.

Completion as observed on 23 June 2015

150623_01

23-Jun-15

Breaker shall be covered with acoustic material while operating next to Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center.

Breaker were covered with acoustic material on site.

Completion as observed on 30 June 2015

 

 

9          Complaints, Notification of Summons and Prosecution

9.0.1.     No environmental complaint was received in the reporting period.

9.0.2.     The details of cumulative complaint log and updated summary of complaints are presented in Appendix 9.1

9.0.3.     Cumulative statistic on complaints and successful prosecutions are summarized in Table 9.1 and Table 9.2 respectively.

Table 9.1    Cumulative Statistics on Complaints

Reporting Period

No. of Complaints

Commencement works (May 2015)

0

June 2015

0

Total

0

 

Table 9.2    Cumulative Statistics on Successful Prosecutions

Environmental Parameters

Cumulative No. Brought Forward

No. of Successful Prosecutions this month (Offence Date)

Cumulative No. Project-to-Date

Air

0

0

0

Noise

0

0

0

Water

0

0

0

Waste

0

0

0

Total

0

0

0

10           conclusion

10.0.1.   The EM&A programme was carried out in accordance with the EM&A Manual requirements, minor alterations to the programme proposed were made in response to changing circumstances.

10.0.2.   The scheduled construction activities and the recommended mitigation measures for the coming month are listed in Table 10.1. The construction programmes of individual contracts are provided in Appendix 10.1.

Table 10.1  Summary of Key Construction Activities of Individual Contract(s) to be commenced in Coming Reporting Month

Contract No.

Key Construction Works

Recommended Mitigation Measures

HK/2012/08

·         Utilities

·         Excavation

 

·         Dust control during dust generating works;

·         Implementation of proper noise pollution control; and

·         Provision of protection to ensure no runoff out of site area or direct discharge into public drainage system.