Waste Management Plan_110kV Transmission Line Rev.00

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WASTE MANAGEMENT PLANMTCL-110kV Transmission Line from Banja to CerrikRev:DateDESCRIPTIONFROM.CHKD.APPR.0005/08/2015WASTE MANAGEMENT PLANA.DoganiE.BarhaniA.DokoCONTENTSPage No. TOC \o "1-3" \h \z HYPERLINK \l "_Toc355244933" 1.2 Waste Management...............................................................................31.3 Housekeeping..........................................................................................41.4 Spill Prevention and Containment.....................................................51.5 Cultural Resources Protection...........................................................61 RESOURCE ManagementWaste Management ProcedureThe management of waste, whether it is general refuse or hazardous waste, will be a significant part of the environmental program for the project. This will involve specialized training, designation of responsibilities and locations for waste storage, proper documentation and record keeping, and final disposal. Spill prevention will be part of the waste management process. Waste management will be considered during preparation of each construction work plan, and from material procurement through work execution.Waste ManagementSolid waste management is an important component of environmental compliance for the Project DOKO Company is committed to properly managing the minimization, generation, handling, storage, and disposal of solid wastes generated by DOKO Company and its subcontractors, in an environmentally responsible manner.DOKO Company and its subcontractors will implement a Waste Management Plan and comply with applicable Project requirements, permits, and local regulations. This Plan addresses the various aspects of waste management (e.g., identification, generation, documentation, inspection, handling, storage, recycling, and disposal). The Plan contains details regarding how to manage the expected types of solid waste to be generated (e.g., hazardous, universal, sanitary, non-hazardous).Hazardous substances commonly are used in large-scale construction projects. These substances typically include fuel and lubricating oils, grouting and concrete curing compounds, degreasing agents, and paints and solvents. The use of these hazardous substances often results in the generation of hazardous wastes that must be managed and recycled to minimize the potential for the contamination of soils, surface and ground waters, and the atmosphere to the greatest extent practicable.DOKO Company subcontractors will prepare their own waste management plans to address the proper handling, storage, transport, and disposal of their own wastes. DOKO Company will oversee those practices to help ensure compliance with the Project Waste Management Plan and applicable regulations. Subcontractors must submit their waste management plans for review and acceptance by DOKO Company.Procurement personnel will seek construction materials when practicable that result in minimal waste, especially hazardous waste. The ES&H Representative will work with discipline engineers and help advice regarding construction materials and methods that result in minimal waste generation and alternatives to materials that result in hazardous waste. All applicable permits and approvals will be acquired prior to performing activities involving generation of waste. Subcontractors will be responsible for obtaining any permits specific to their scope of work, when necessary. Furthermore, waste haulers will be subcontracted to provide waste collection containers, waste removal and transportation, and collection and salvage of recycled materials. Authorizations from municipal and private waste disposal facilities also will be acquired prior to using those facilities.Recycling of waste will be considered during waste management. This includes separate collection and storage of household wastes (paper, plastic, metal, wood). Wood wastes that are not coated with synthetic materials or preserving products can be used for energy generation. Waste oil must be secured, stored in a manner to prevent uncontrolled leakage from containers, and recycled. Similarly, batteries and tires will be recycled. Each DOKO Company subcontractor will be required to keep records on the amount and type of waste generated and recycled, and to provide that information to DOKO Company monthly. The ES&H Representative will tabulate that information and report the project’s monthly waste generation to ES&H Manager. Waste management will include:Maintaining records of useable materials available on-site, so additional material is not procured and wasted.Assigning responsibilities for the maintenance of waste storage areas and record keeping.Minimizing waste products through wise procurement and construction practices.Procuring materials as possible with the least amount of packaging and that can be returned if unused.Implementation of recycling programs to include wood, metal, plastic, paper, tires, waste oil, and batteries (at no time will tires be burned).Removing and properly storing and disposing of petroleum waste from oil/water separators used at facilities.Using secure enclosures and appropriate containers for waste storage (plastic containers).Designating secure storage areas for waste materials (including secondary containment to prevent spills), and keeping those areas organized and properly signed.Using qualified subcontractors for waste disposal; regularly disposing of waste to minimize accumulation.As most of the work is done in virgin lands, it is impossible for us to provide containers for people needs. The procedure will be the most basic, with people covering up the place after finishing.Using licensed landfills appropriate for the kind of waste.HousekeepingDOKO Company and all subcontractors will implement housekeeping practices as part of site maintenance, health and safety, and waste management efforts on all work sites. This includes dust control, spill prevention, and general site cleanliness. These actions relate to community aesthetics, safety, public health, odor control, and pest control. Laborers will be assigned housekeeping tasks to help control dust, refuse, and debris associated with construction activities and personnel.Mitigation practices will include: Informing all personnel about the need to prevent littering and random disposal of materials.Use of containers with leak-proof and tight-fitting lids for storage of refuse.Use of adequately sized containers and appropriate types for the waste material collected.Use of refuse containers at construction trailers and lunch areas.Use of roll-off containers for debris (not for refuse or garbage).Daily policing of work sites for litter and refuse associated with construction; confirmed by the Construction Superintendent at the end of each shift.Timely collection and disposal of refuse and construction debris.Keeping storage areas organized, well signed in both English and Romanian, and free of debris and surrounding vegetation that can attract pest animals.Use of pest control practices if needed to resolve localized pest problems.Hand sweeping of spillage or tracked material from streets or sidewalks.Designation of lunch and break areas.Spill Prevention and ContainmentSpill prevention and containment is important issue , especially on slopes and land near watercourses and wetlands. Thus, specific training and mitigation practices on spill prevention are important and will be implemented as part of the project’s environmental program.DOKO Company has prepared, and all subcontractors will implement, a Spill Prevention, Control, and Containment Plan. The plan is intended to help contain and prevent spillage of hazardous materials, petroleum products, and solvents or other chemical substances. It describes best management practices and emergency response procedures consistent with project permits and regulatory requirements. The fuel, oil, and other chemical materials associated with asphalt mixtures must be p


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