Coral Borrow Pit
Quarry Management Plan
APPENDIX 3 – ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT PLAN (EMP)
(Include copy of PEA/EIA report)
Historical/Tabu or Custom
If any archaeological or artefacts are discovered onsite during
the works, work will cease immediately within the vicinity and
the Vanuatu Kaljoral Senta is contacted for further advice and
Disruption to local village
Formal village welcome to meet village chief and community
before commencement of operations to explain work
program, restrictions on villagers entering work site, noise etc
and to understand village protocols.
To prevent dust emissions from site, ensure a buffer zone is in
front of the site and water cart used to suppress dust onsite.
PPE (masks/ respirators) will be issued to staff.
Flora & Fauna
The boundary of the quarry site will be fenced to prevent
machines from entering adjacent vegetated areas.
Removal of trees and other vegetation will be restricted to
the minimum required for the quarry activities. Rehabilitate
and revegetate site with natural flora after operations.
Storm water falling within the site will be channelled to flow
to a settlement pond constructed at the low point on the site.
Grit traps will be placed on longer drains and silt fences used
on erosion prone areas. The stockpile area will be bunded.
Extraction shall not go over the 3m mark depth to
underground water table.
The work crew will be issued PPE (Grade 4 ear plugs). Quarry
operations not to occur from 4:30pm to 7am Monday to
Friday, and for the whole days of Saturdays and Sundays.
Solid waste will be disposed of weekly to an approved landfill.
Waste oil will be shipped back to the supplier for recycling.