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1 = ;            &n= bsp;        Introduction&n= bsp;            = ;            &n= bsp;            = ;            &n= bsp;            = ;            =

1.1        &= nbsp;          <= /span>Purpose of the Rep= ort        &= nbsp;           &nbs= p;            &= nbsp;           &nbs= p;       

1.2        &= nbsp;          <= /span>Key Contact Information     &n= bsp;            = ;            &n= bsp;            = ;      

2    =             &nb= sp;     Environmental Status        &= nbsp;           &nbs= p;            &= nbsp;           &nbs= p;        

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2.2        &= nbsp;          <= /span>Environmental Sensitive Receivers    =             &nb= sp;           

2.3        &= nbsp;          <= /span>Major Construction Activities     &nb= sp;            =             &nb= sp;      

2.4        &= nbsp;          <= /span>Monitoring Schedul= e of The Reporting Period    = ;

2.5        &= nbsp;          <= /span>Status of Environmental Approval Documents

2.6        &= nbsp;          <= /span>Community Liaison Group Meeting     =             &nb= sp;            =  

2.7        &= nbsp;          <= /span>Summary of non-compliance with the environmental quality performance limits        &= nbsp;           &nbs= p;            &= nbsp;           &nbs= p;            &= nbsp;           &nbs= p;            &= nbsp;       

3    =             &nb= sp;     Environmental Issues and Actions=         &= nbsp;           &nbs= p;        

3.1        &= nbsp;          <= /span>Previous Environme= ntal Deficiencies and Follow-up Actions &nb= sp;     

3.2        &= nbsp;          <= /span>Implementation Sta= tus on Environmental Protection Requirements

4    =             &nb= sp;     Environmental Monitoring        &= nbsp;           &nbs= p;            &= nbsp;           

5    =             &nb= sp;     Future Key Issues and Conclusion=         &= nbsp;           &nbs= p;        

5.1        &= nbsp;          <= /span>Key Issues for the Next Reporting Period   &nbs= p;          

5.2        &= nbsp;          <= /span>Impact Prediction = for the Next Reporting Period   =

5.3        &= nbsp;          <= /span>Works and Monitori= ng Schedule for the Next Reporting Period = ;        

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LIST OF TABLE= S

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Table 1.1&= nbsp;       Contact Information

Table 2.1&= nbsp;       Summary of Works Undertaken During the Reporting Period

Table 2.2&= nbsp;       Cumulative Quantity of Excavated Materials up to 30th June 2008<= /span>

Table 2.2&= nbsp;       Summary of Environmental Licensing, Notification and Permit Status

Table 3.1&= nbsp;       Environmental Deficiencies (Observations) from Site Inspections during Reporting Period

 

LIST OF ANNEXES

Annex <= /a>A&n= bsp;     Project Location

Annex B      Water Quali= ty and Ecological Sensitive Receivers

Annex C     Cumulative Compla= ints Statistics

Annex D     Implementation Programme of Mitigation Measures

Annex E      Monitoring Results and QA/QC Reports of Laboratory Testing for PO= Ps

 

 


EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The construction works for the Permanent Aviati= on Fuel Facility resumed on 9th July 2007.  This sixth quarterly Environmental Monitoring and Audit (EM&A) report presents the EM&A works carried out during the period from 1st April to 30th June 2008 in acco= rdance with the EM&A Manual.

Breaches of all Action and Limit Levels

No wate= r quality monitoring was conducted (due to no dredging work) during the reporting per= iod that required comparison against Action and Limit Levels.

Complaint Log

No envi= ronmental complaint was received during the reporting period.

Notifications of any= Summons and Successful Prosecutions

No environmental summon or prosecutions was received in this reporti= ng period.

Reporting Changes

There were no reporting changes in the reporting period. 

Future Key Issues

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·         It should be noted that dredging activities have been suspended from 1st<= /sup> April onwards and are tentatively scheduled to resume in September 2008; an= d,

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·       Dust release and suppression.

 

 

 


1      =             &nb= sp;            =              Introduction

Leighton Contractors (Asia) Limited (LCAL) has appointed ERM-Hong Kong, Limited (ERM) as the Environmental Team (ET) to implement the Environmental Monitoring and Audit (EM&A) programme for t= he Permanent Aviation Fuel Facility (the Project) during construction works. 

The construction works for PAFF commenced in No= vember 2005 based upon the previous EIA (EIAO Register Number AEIAR-062-2002) conducted and the Environmental Permit EP-139/2002 granted on the 28th= August 2002.  Due to minor cha= nges to the detailed layout of the site and the site boundary, application for Variation to the Environmental Permit (VEP) (VEP-133/2004) was submitted to= the Director of Environmental Protection (DEP) for approval.  The variation to the EP (EP-139/20= 02/A) was granted by EPD in February 2004.

However= , the decision by EPD to grant the above Environmental Permit was subject to a Judicial Review.  The Judicial Review sided in the favour of the DEP, as did the subsequent Judgement from= the Court of Appeal from the High Court for Judicial Review in March 2005.  However, the = DEP’s decision to grant the EP was quashed by the Judgement of the Court of Final Appeal of July 2006.

The con= struction works were stopped following the Judgement of the Court of Final Appeal of = July 2006.  As such, in order to co= ntinue with the construction of the project, the project went through the statutory procedures under the EIAO again with a new design in order to obtain an environmental permit.  The rev= ised EIA was submitted in 2007 and the environmental permit (EP-262/2007) was gr= anted in May 2007. EP-262/2007 has be= en amended to EP262/2007/A and iss= ued by the EPD on 30 November 2007.

It shou= ld be noted that at the time of reporting, a further Variation to the Environment= al Permit has been approved, primarily to allow for dredging works to continue during March 2008.  As such, EP-262/2007/A has been amended to = EP-262/2007/B and issued by the EP= D on 27 February 2008.

The construction works and EM&A requirements resumed on 9th July 2007 following the latest requirements of the EP-262/2007 and EM&A Manual.  Details regarding the EM&A requirements and changes should refer= to the updated EM&A Manual.  = For the marine works, all piling activities were completed before the previous suspension of construction works in 2006.

1.1      =         Purpose of the Rep= ort

This is= the sixth EM&A Report which summa= rizes the monitoring results and audit findings for the EM&A programme during= the reporting period from 1st April to 30th June 2008.


1.2      =         Key Contact Information

Key con= tact information of the Project is presented in Table 1.1.

Table 1.1        Contact Information<= /o:p>

Name

Position<= /p>

Telephone=

Facsimile=

E-mail

= Airport Authority Hong Kong – Environmen= tal Permit Holder

Mr = Amin Ebrahim=

Ass= istant General Manager Aviation Logistics

218= 3 3108

282= 4 2786

ebr= aa@hkairport.com

= Contractor – Leighton (Asia) Construction L= imited

Bri= an Gillon

Pro= ject Director

282= 3 1111

252= 9 8784

bri= an.gillon@leightonasia.com

= Franchisee’s Site Representative – ECO Aviation Fuel Development Limited

Phi= lip Siu

Fra= nchisee’s Site Representative

296= 3 2820

256= 3 6311

phi= lip.siu@towngas.com

= Environmental Team – ERM-Hong Kong Limited

Cra= ig Reid

Env= ironmental Team Leader

227= 1 3000

272= 3 5660

cra= ig.reid@erm.com

= Independent Environmental Checker – Hyder Consulting Limited

Dr Guiyi Li

Ind= ependent Environmental Checker

291= 1 2233

280= 5 5028

gui= yi.li@hyder.com.hk

 

2      =             &nb= sp;            =              Environmental Status=

2.1      =         Project Area

The pro= ject area is in Area 38 of Tuen Mun<= /span> and the pipelines are located in Urmston Road between Tuen = Mun Area 38 and Sha Chau.=  The site is illustrated in Annex A.

2.2      =         Environmental Sensitive Receivers=

No air = and noise sensitive receivers were identified close to the project area.  However, water sensitive receivers= and ecological sensitive receivers were identified in the EIA study, and are sh= own in Annex B.

2.3      =         Major Construction= Activities

A summa= ry of the major works undertaken in this reporting period is shown in Table 2.1= .  Table 2.2 presented the cumula= tive quantity of excavated materials up to 30th June 2008. 

Table <= span lang=3DEN-GB style=3D'font-family:Arial'>2.<= span lang=3DEN-GB style=3D'font-family:Arial'>1=   &nb= sp;     Summary of Works Undertaken During the Reporting Period

Area

Works undertaken

Tuen Mun Area 38

Tank Farm and Bund W= all Construction

Permanent Drainage Construction

Operational & Fi= re Services Buildings Construction

Jetty Works (Non-pil= ing)

 

Submarine Pipeline Route

Dredging Operations =

= Table 2.2&n= bsp;       Cumulative Quantity of Excavated Materials up to 30th June 2008

Type of Excavated Materials

Cumulative Bulk Vol= ume (m3)

Contami= nated Mud

105,974=

Unconta= minated Mud

97,815<= o:p>

2.4      =         Monitoring Schedul= e of The Reporting Period

No water quality monitoring was conducted durin= g the reporting period, hence presentation of the moni= toring schedule is not applicable.

2.5      =         Status of Environmental Approval Documents

A summary of the relevant permits, licences, an= d/or notifications on environmental protection for this Project since July 2007 = is presented in Table 2.3.   It was noted that construction noise permits GW-RW0676-07 and GW-RW0678-07 expired on 19 June an= d 18 June respectively during the reporting month, and renewal applications were= in progress.  Land and marine bas= ed construction works on general holidays and in between 1900-0700 on regular = days were temporarily suspended from the listed dates until new permits are gran= ted by the EPD.

Table 2.2 =        Summary of Environmental Licensing, Notification and Permit Status

= Permit/ Licenses/ Notification

= Reference

Validity Period

Remarks

Environmental Permit

EP-262/2007/B

Throughout Project

Issued on 27 February 2008 (= EP-262/2007/A on 30 November 200= 7, EP-262/2007 issued on 31 May 200= 7, EP-139/2002 originally granted o= n 28 August 2002 and EP-139/2002/A granted on 24 February 2004 were superseded)

 

 

 

 

 

Chemical Waste Producer Registration

 

WPN 5111-421-L2174-25

Throughout Project

Issued on 10 November 2005

Notification of Construction Works under Air Pollution Control (Construction Dust) Regulation

 

H2104/U1D/5542/DG/DH/PL

 

Throughout Project

Notification on 6 July 2007 =

Construction Noise Permit

GW-RW0676-07

21 December 2007 to 19 June = 2008 (renewal application in progress)

 

 

For land-based works includi= ng air compressors, breakers, excavators, wheeled loaders, mobile cranes, co= ncrete lorry mixers, hand-held pokers, bar benders/cutters, wood saws, grinders, submarine water pump, lorries with crane, dump trucks, rollers, ventilati= on fans and generators

 

GW-RW0677-07

21 December 2007 to 29 Febru= ary 2008

For marine dredging operation including grab dredger, tug boat, split hopper barge and motor sampan

 

GW-RW0678-07

21 December 2007 to 18 June = 2008 (renewal application was in progress)

 

For marine jetty works inclu= ding concrete pump derrick barges, hand-held grinders, generators, air compressors, boring machines, water pumps, tug boat, grout mixers and gro= ut pumps

 

GW-RW0094-08

1 March to 31 March 2008

For marine dredging operation including grab dredger, tug boat, split hopper barge and motor sampan

Marine Dumping Permit

EP/MD/08-064

13 December 2007 to 29 Febru= ary 2008

 

For Type 1 – Open Sea Disposal

 

EP/MD/08-065

13 December 2007 to 12 Janua= ry 2008

For Type 1d & Type 2 mar= ine disposal

 

EP/MD/08-071

13 January 2008 to 12 Februa= ry 2008

 

For Type 1d & Type 2 mar= ine disposal

 

EP/MD/08-090

3 March to 31 March 2008

 

For Type 1d & Type 2 mar= ine disposal

 

EP/MD/08-091

3 March to 31 March 2008

 

For Type 1 – Open Sea Disposal

Wastewater Discharge License=

EP760/421/011399/l

15 March 2006 to = 31 March 2011

Issued on 15 March 2006=

2.6          = ;    Community Liaison Group Meeting<= span lang=3DEN-GB style=3D'font-family:Arial;font-variant:normal !important;text= -transform: uppercase'>

According to the EP requirements, a Community L= iaison Group (CLG) shall be established within three months after commencement of construction of the Project.  = The major duty of CLG is to advise on and monitor the proper design, construction and operation of the Project.  The= CLG comprises representatives from Airport Authority, members of Tue= n Mun community and academics.  The details of the CLG (including Membership and its Terms of Reference) and the meeting minutes can be found= on the Project website (http://www.paffhk.com).  

During the reporting month, a meet= ing was organised by the CLG on 6 June 2008.  Meeting m= inutes can be found on the Project website (http://www.paffhk.com).<= span style=3D'mso-bookmark:_Toc125976387'>

2.7      =         Summary of non-compliance with the environmental quality performance limits=

No environmen= tal non-compliance was found during the reporting period. 

Summary of Environmental Complaints

No environmental complaint was received during the reporting period.=   A statistical summary of environme= ntal complaints since project commencement is presented in Annex C.

Summary of Environmental Summons

No summ= ons was received in this reporting period.  A statistical summary of legal proceeding since project commencement= is presented in Annex C.

 

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3      =             &nb= sp;            =              Environmental Issues and Actions

3.1          = ;    Previous Environme= ntal Deficiencies and Follow-up Actions<= /span>

As no environmental complaint was received over the last reporting period, no follow-up action was required.

Weekly site inspections were carried out by the ET on 3, 11, 17 and 25 April 2008, 2, 9= , 15, 21 and 29 May 2008, and 4, 12, 20 and 27 June 2008.  Overall, the site was in good orde= rly manner and no non-compliance was found.&nb= sp; Environmental deficiencies and follow-up actions/mitigation measures were identified during the inspections and summarised in Table 3.1.

Table 3.1        Environmental Deficiencies (Observations) from Site Inspections during Reporting Period

Reporting Month

Observation

Follow-up Action

April= 2008

Worke= r was observed using unsuitable tool in cutting wood beams, generating smoke and dust.

Worke= r stopped operation and resumed works with suitable tool.

=  

=  

Gener= al wastes were mixed with construction wastes without proper sorting

Contr= actor reinforced sub-contractors’ awareness on waste management practice<= /span>

=  

=  

Oil s= heens were observed on ground near the chemical waste storage

=  

Contr= actor arranged clearance of oil sheens.

=  

May 2= 008

Stagn= ant water pools were observed at some locations on site.

=  

Contr= actor arranged clearance of stagnant water pools.

=  

=  

Mud a= nd dirt were observed in the car washing facility.

=  

=  

Gener= al wastes were mixed with construction wastes without proper sorting

=  

Oil s= heens were observed on ground due to improper storage of equipment and chemicals

=  

Some = chemical wastes were not properly labelled.

=  

Contr= actor arranged clearance of silt and mud from the water basin.

=  

Contr= actor reinforced sub-contractors’ awareness on waste management practice.=

=  

Contr= actor stored equipment and chemicals in suitable containers to avoid leakages.

=  

Contr= actors put back suitable labels onto chemical waste containers.

=  

June = 2008

Sedim= ent plumes were observed in the marine area near the water discharge outlet.

=  

Contr= actor cleared sedimentation tank and car wash facility to avoid overflow of silt and dirt.

=  

=  

Stagn= ant water pools wer e observed in some works area and i= n drip trays.

=  

Oil s= heens were observed in the workshop and chemical waste storage.

=  

=  

=  

=  

Gener= al wastes were piled up on the ground near the operation building.

=  

=  

Contr= actor arranged water clearances.

=  

Contr= actor designated a bunded area for cleaning of oily equipments.  Contractor also arranged cleaning of chemical waste storage.

=  

Contr= actor provided waste skips for collection of general wastes produced.

Overall= , the site was in a good orderly manner.  The ET will keep track on the EM&A programme to ensure compliance of environmental requirements and the proper implementation of all necessary mitigation measures.

3.2          = ;    Implementation Sta= tus on Environmental Protection Requirements

The implementation status of environmental mitigation measures and requirements= as stated in the EIA Report, Environmental Permits and EM&A Manual during = the reporting period is summarized in Annex D.

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4      =             &nb= sp;            =              Environmental Monitoring

4.1      =             &nb= sp;            =        Air and Noise=

Air and= Noise monitoring was not required for the project.   

4.2      =             &nb= sp;            =        Water Quality

No dredging activities were scheduled from 1 April 2008 onwards.  Water quality monitoring was there= fore not required for the reporting month.

4.3          = ;            &n= bsp;            = ;   POPs Monitoring

No POPs monitoring was undertaken since there was no dre= dging operation during the reporting month.  POPs results of monitoring during dredgi= ng activities, collected on 24 March 2008, were received during the reporting month.  All POPs (ie total PCBs, total DDTs= and total PAHs) were found to be below detection limits, except the total PAHs of Control Statio= n C1 during mid-flood tidal condition.  As C1 is a Control Station, such levels were not considered to be attributable= to works.  Monitoring results and= QA/QC reports for POPs testing are presented in Annex = E.

4.4          = ;            &n= bsp;            = ;   Waste Management

= The Contractor’s revised Waste Management Plan (Revision 4) (WMP) was submitted to EPD on 20= th September 2007.  Pursuant to E= P Condition 3.3, the Contractor subm= itted the updated and revised WMP (Revision 5) to the ET on 3rd June 2008.  The ET reviewed the WMP= and offered comments to the Contractor on 16th June 2008.  Response to comment (RTC) from the Contractor is now in progress.

4.5          = ;            &n= bsp;            = ;   Cultural Heritage<= /span>

In accordance with the EM&A Manual, a marine archaeological Watching Brief of two sub-surface anomalies was implemented from 21st to 28th February 2008 during the dredging of the surrounding seabed located within = the route of the twin pipelines from the PAFF tank farm at Tuen Mun Area 38 to Sha = Chau.

A marine archaeological Watching Brief of two sub-surface anomalies was implemented from 21st to 28th February 2008.  No archaeologi= cal sites or relics were found and it was considered by the licensed Marine Archaeologist that the anomalies have no cultural heritage significance.  No additional mitigation measures = were thus required to be implemented by the PAFF project in regard to the anomal= ies SS1 and SS2.

The Watching Brief Report, verified by= the Independent Environmental Checker, was submitted to the EPD and AMO on 9th May 2008.

4.6          = ;            &n= bsp;            = ;   Landscape and Visu= al

Accordi= ng to the EIA report and EM&A Manual, mitigation measures and site inspection are required during the landscaping/planting works.  The berm/landscaping bund was dominated by vegetation which was grown during the project suspens= ion period.  The transplanted tree= s were in good and healthy conditions.

The wee= kly site inspections included audits on landscape and visual issues to ensure that t= he site was in orderly acceptable manner.

4.7          = ;            &n= bsp;            = ;   Land Contamination, Hazard to Life and Fuel Spill Risk=

Accordi= ng to the EIA report and EM&A Manual, mitigation measures and design phase audit = are required to minimise the risk of fuel spill and hazards. The Contractor will submit the updated design audit plan according to the EP requirements.=

Pursuant to Condition 3.5 of the EP, the Contra= ctor submitted two design drawings entitled Fencing and Security Wall Layout Plan (PAFF/LC/02/DWG/C/0176 Revision A) and Fencing and Security Wall Section (PAFF/LC/02/DWG/C/0177 Revision A) to the ET for certification on 30th= July 2007.  The ET reviewed the drawings and offered comment on the design of the security walls and bund w= alls, taking into account of Condition 3.5a of the EP, to the Contractor on 31st August 2007.  Response to comm= ent (RTC) from the Contractor was received by the ET on 19th September 200= 7.  A review of the RTC is now in progr= ess.

Weekly = site inspection covered the waste management aspects which included measures to prevent land contamination by chemical wastes.

4.8      =             &nb= sp;            =        Ecology

= Dolphin Visual Monitoring

Dolphin= visual monitoring was not required as no dredging works were scheduled for the reporting period.  =

4.9      =             &nb= sp;            =        EM&A Manual

The EM&A Manual for the Project ha= s been updated by the ET to include the detailed arrangements of setting up a Community Liaison Group, carrying out design audit, and monitoring of Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) during construction of the Project.  = No further actions regarding the EM&A manual were required during the reporting period.

4.10      =             &nb= sp;            =    Baseline Water Qua= lity Monitoring

Baseline water quality monitoring was conducted between 24 October and 30 October 2007 at six designated monitoring stations (three impact stations and three control stations) established for the Proj= ect in accordance with the EM&A Man= ual.  The Final Baseline Monitoring Report was submitted to the EPD on 21 November and comments were received = from the EPD on 6th December.  A revised Final Baseline Monitoring Report was submitted to the EPD on 20= th February 2008 with no further comments received and later placed under the = EIAO register.

 

 

5   &nb= sp;            =             &nb= sp;            =    Future Key Issues<= span lang=3DEN-GB style=3D'font-family:Arial'> and Conclusion

5.1          = ;            &n= bsp;            = ;   Key Issues for the Next Reporting Period<= /span>

It should be noted that dredging activities hav= e been suspended from 1st April onwards and are tentatively scheduled to resume in September 2008.  No dredging operation will hence be undertaken in the next reporting period.  As such, a key issue to be conside= red in the next report period will be:

·       Dust release and suppression.

5.2      =             &nb= sp;            =        Impact Prediction = for the Next Reporting Period

Provide= d that environmental mitigation measures including good on-site practises are prop= erly implemented, it is not expected that unacceptable adverse impact will arise= .

5.3          = ;            &n= bsp;            = ;   Works and Monitori= ng Schedule for the Next Reporting Period<= /span>

Work pr= ogramme for the next reporting period includes jetty platform works (non-piling), s= ite works (construction works for tank farm, operational and fire services buildings, drainages, bund wall, security wall etc) and dredging operation.=   Weekly site inspections will be undertaken.      

5.4          = ;            &n= bsp;            = ;   Conclusion<= /a>

The EM&= amp;A works were conducted throughout the construction period and the relevant monitoring was conducted in accordance with the EP’s requirements.  Mitigation measures were used to minimise the environmental impacts, where appropriate.  Some environmental deficiencies we= re observed during the site inspections and the Contractor implemented correct= ive action to mitigate the issues.  Overall, the site was in an orderly manner.

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