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7 Sewerage Development 8 Groundwater 9 Water Supply 10 Regional Development 11 Tourism Development 12 Transportation Development 13 Urban Transportation Development 1 Resettlement 2 Economic Activities 3 Traffic & Public Facilities 4 Split of Communities 5 Cultural Property 6 Water/Rights/Rights of Common 7 Public Health Condition 8 Waste Social Environment 9 Hazards (Risk) 10 Topography & Soil Condition 11 .Soil Erosion 12 Groundwater 13 Hydrological Situation 14 Coastal Zone 15 Fauna & Flora 16 Meteorology Natural Environment 17 Landscape 18 Air Pollution 19 Water Pollution 20 Soil Contamination 21 Noise & Vibration 22 Ground Subsidence Pollution23 Offensive Odor Note)The environmental items to which special attention has to be paid. They might cause serious impact they may affect the project formulation depending on the magnitude of the impacts and the possibility of the measures. The environmental items which may have a significant impact depending on the scale of project and site conditions No markThe environmental items requiring no impact assessment since the anticipated impacts are in general, not significant. In case of the comprehensive development projects, all the items are classified in , because their studies are usually at the master planning stage and the extent of impacts are not clear.
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1Appendix 5 JBIC Environmental Guidelines for ODA Loan
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2*This section covers ex-OECF related projects, now implementing by Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) 1. JBIC Environmental Guidelines for ODA Loans (Hereinafter “the Guidelines”) 1.1 Components of the Guidelines The components of Guidelines are as below; I.Purpose of the Guidelines 1)Nature of the Guidelines 2)Classification of projects 3)EIA report 4)Basic rules for environmental consideration II.Check Items and Comments 1.2 Outline of the Guidelines 1.2.1.Project Classifications and Screening for EIA The Guidelines introduce classification system as a screening process of EIA in the light of magnitude of expected potential environmental impact. Proposed projects are classified into category A,B or C according to the OECF criteria stated in the Guidelines (see BOX 1). 1.2.2.Requirement for EIA Report (1) In the case of Category A projects, the recipient country is required to submit the EIA Report to the JBIC following completion of the requisite procedures in that country.(2) It is desirable that the contents of the EIA Report submitted in accordance with (1) above be made available to the public in the recipient country.
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3Box 1 Criteria for Classification of Project Details of each of the 3 categories are given below. However, it should be borne in mind that the items are examples only and the list is not exhaustive. I.Category A: Projects corresponding to at least one of the following items (1)Large projects (both new and rehabilitation) of the following kinds: Road and railroad Airports Ports and harbours Electric power generation Industry in general Mining development Forestry Irrigation Waste disposal Development necessitating submergence of large areas River basin development
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