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INITIAL ENVIRONMENTAL EXAMINATION (IEE) CHECKLIST REPORT for

PROPOSED CACAO-LAPAKAN-CABALUAY WATER SYSTEM PROJECT


Project name or Title

This Generic IEE Checklist Report shall be used as the interim pro-forma EIA Report requirement for projects to be located within Environmentally Critical Areas (ECA) where a customized IEE Checklist Report Form has not yet been developed but are required IEE Checklist Report Form or IEE Report per existing guidelines

For ECC applications, this IEE Checklist Report shall be submitted with: Proof of Compatibility with the existing Land Use Plan Proof of Authority over the Project Site Accountability Statements of Proponent (see attached form) and the Preparer (if any, following Annexes 2-22 of Revised Procedural Manual for DAO 2003-30) Photographs or plates/vicinity map of the project site showing impact areas and affected areas and communities Duly Accomplished Project Environmental Monitoring & Audit Prioritization Scheme (PEMAPS) Questionnaire (see Annex 2-7d of Revised Procedural Manual for DAO 2003-30) (No other documents shall be required as pre-requisite to ECC applications per DENR MC 2010-14) Read the questions carefully and write the required information on the blank spaces provided or otherwise check () the appropriate boxes or parenthesis ( ). Boxes with check marks () are automatically required. Use additional sheets if necessary and indicate this in the appropriate space. Project proponents are strongly discouraged to engage the services of consultants/facilitators/preparers to accomplish/fill-up the IEE Checklist Report Form. The Report Forms have been designed to be user-friendly. Furthermore, EMB Regional Office is required to complete the processing of an ECC application using the IEE Checklist Report within twenty (20) working days upon receipt for completed/dulyaccomplished form. Misleading or erroneous answers are basis for legal actions and/or denial of ECC issuance.

PROJECT FACT SHEET Project Name: PROPOSED CACAO-LAPAKAN-CABALUAY WATER SYSTEM PROJECT Project Location:
Total Project Land Area: Total Project/Building Footprint Area (Area actually utilized)

Barangay Cacao, Zamboanga City 9,192.00 linear meters of pipeline 9,192.00 linear meters of pipeline

Project Proponent: Office Address:

ZAMBOANGA CITY WATER DISTRICT Pilar Street, Zamboanga City


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IEE Checklist for PROPOSED CACAO-LAPAKAN-CABALUAY WATER SYSTEM PROJECT

Contact Person: Designation: Contact Number/s Landline : Fax Number: E-mail Address:

Anne Aubrey R. De Guzman-Bugtong Researcher-Analyst A (JO)

955-4235 (ZCWD FIELD OFFICE) 991-2799 (ZCWD) aubreyboogs_31921@yahoo.com ma.defiesta@zcwd.gov.ph (Planning & Design Division)

I.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

1.1 PROJECT LOCATION AND AREA: Street Name, Barangay, and Municipality/City, Province This pipelaying project will commence at the junction of Sitio Pangulayan, Tolosa and will end at the junction of Cabaluay Highway and Cacao, Zamboanga City, Region IX. See attached vicinity map/s and photographs of the project site and site development/layout plan. Geographic coordinates of the project area (Preferably use WGS 84 datum, otherwise specify datum used). Perimeter/Boundary points (based on GPS reading Longitude Latitude model: Garmin 60CSx) Start of Project (junction Sitio E 122746.55 N 07251.7 Pangulayan-Cacao) End of Project (junction E 1221046.36 N 0711.97 Cabaluay Highway-Cacao)
* - note: data generated through Google Earth and Garmin GPSMap 16CSx

1.2 PROJECT COMPONENTS No. of Units 1,532 pieces of 6.00 meters each 14 units Area (sq. m.) / Capacity / Length 9,192.00 linear meters Specification/ Description / Remarks Class 150; will be interconnected to the existing Tolosa Water System.

Facilities 100 mm PVC pipe

Valves and Fittings

75mm Fire Hydrants with concrete barricade

Blow off assembly

Air Release Valve Assembly

The pipeline will be encased in concrete to secure it from pilferage, outside force and damage. Used for maintenance works of pipelines (i.e. flushing) and used as an immediate source of water during conflagration. Used for flushing of distribution mains and lateral lines at any low point in the system. Designed to automatically operate so that it will (a) positively open under atmospheric pressure (as water drains from the body of the valve, it will allow air to flow into the pipe while it is being emptied;
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Facilities

No. of Units

Area (sq. m.) / Capacity / Length

Specification/ Description / Remarks (b) positively close as water, under low head, fills the body of the valve; (c) not blow-shut under high velocity air discharge; and (d) permit the escape of accumulated air under pressure while the pipe is in operation.

1.3 UTILITIES/REQUIREMENTS (Operation Phase): Utilities Power/Electricity (Total) Power/Electricity (From Renewable Energy Sources) Water (Total) (Fill-up table below if water is not obtained from the local water utility) Water (Rainwater Collection System) Water Source [ ] ground water [ ] Surface water Source n/a n/a Estimated Demand/Consumption 35 KWh KWh

n/a

Cubic meters/day

n/a

Cubic meters/day

[ ] well [ ] river

[ ] spring [ ] lake

[ ] others: ____________________________ [ ] others: ____________________________

Location of water source : Tolosa, Zamboanga City, Region IX

Energy/Water Efficiency Utilities Power/Electricity Water

Estimated Savings KWh/d

Proposed Efficiency/Conservation Measures n/a

110 cubic To be used for hydrotesting and disinfection of meters the pipeline.

1.4 MANPOWER a. Construction Phase Manpower Expertise/Skills Requirement Engineering Supervise daily construction Assistant activity and progress of project Laborers Perform necessary tasks during the construction Pipefitters Responsible for laying and interconnecting of pipe lines Carpenters Responsible for all carpentry works during the construction particularly with the wood works
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Total 1 28 1 1

Steelman Mason

Welder

Responsible for all steel works during the construction Responsible for all the masonry works involved during the construction phase Responsible for performing fabrication works for the project

1 1

b. Operation Phase Manpower Expertise/Skills Requirement Water Maintenance Responsible for overseeing the carrying out General Foreman Job Orders for pipeline maintenance works Water Maintenance Responsible for carrying out the Job Orders Man B for pipeline maintenance works 1.5 INDICATIVE PROJECT COST Project Cost (PhP): Php 6,938,497.00

Total 1 4

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II.

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS AND MANAGEMENT PLAN Baseline Environment Preventive/ Mitigating Measures Monitoring Parameters/ Implementation Cost of Mitigation/ Monitoring

Possible Environmental/ Social Impacts LAND

Consistency with land use

Current land use w/in 1km radius (as per zoning ordinance): Residential Commercial/ Institutional Industrial Agricultural/ Recreational Protected Areas Others, specify Actual land uses w/in 1km radius: Residential Commercial/ Institutional Industrial Agricultural/ Recreational Protected Areas Others, specify ___________________

See attached proof of compatibility with land use

Disturbance to wildlife due to vegetation clearing

Existing vegetation in the area: Forestland Marshland Grassland Mangrove Wetland

Compliance with conditions of DENR/LGU SLUP, Tree Cutting Permit, ROW, PCA Permit Limit land clearing as much as possible Provide temporary fencing for vegetation that will be retained Promote restoration of damaged or

Annual inspection of area replanted/ revegetated

Cost integrated in the construction /operation cost

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Possible Environmental/ Social Impacts

Baseline Environment

Preventive/ Mitigating Measures

Monitoring Parameters/ Implementation

Cost of Mitigation/ Monitoring

Others, specify Agricultural crops (i.e. vegetables and fruits)

destroyed vegetation where possible (e.g., tree planting);

Slope: Change in surface landform/ topography/ flat (0-3%) terrain/slope gently sloping to rolling (318%) Soil Erosion steep (>18%)

Provide erosion control and slope protection measures Designate a Spoils Storage Area, with topsoil set aside for later use and allow maximum re-use of spoils Construction during dry season Stabilization of embankment with grasses or other soil cover Others, specify ____________ Compliance with the DENR Administrative Order No. 2003-30 and DENR Administrative Order No. 200028, Implementing Guidelines on Engineering Geological and Geohazard Assessment (EGGA). Implementation of the Ecological Solid Waste Management Plan (ESWMP) Set-up temporary fence around the construction area Implement re-use and recycling of waste materials Implement proper segregation, collection and disposal of domestic

Regular inspection of slope protection measures in erosion-prone areas Regular inspection for new eroded areas near the site Others, specify ___________

Slope/ Erosion Control Cost: ___________ Others, specify

Soil/Land contamination due to improper solid waste disposal

Is the project site located in an area identified by MGB/PAGASA/PHIVOLCS as hazard prone? Yes No Existing soil type in the area: Sandy clay sandy-loam Others, specify : loam

Daily inspection of waste/recycling bins for segregation Daily inspection for presence of mixed garbage in the facility Weekly inspection of waste accumulated

Cost integrated in the construction /operation cost

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Possible Environmental/ Social Impacts

Baseline Environment

Preventive/ Mitigating Measures

Monitoring Parameters/ Implementation

Cost of Mitigation/ Monitoring


Impairment of visual aesthetics Devaluation of land values Presence of visually significant landforms/landscape/structures? Yes No

wastes in designated areas Provide receptacles / bins for solid wastes Coordinate with the municipal / city waste collectors Engage third party company for waste collection Others, specify: Transport solid waste back to ZCWD Motor pool for appropriate disposal. Implement landscaping and other beautification measures Provide adequate buffer Compensate adjacent property owners Others, specify ________________

Others, specify _____________

Regular inspection of landscaping and other beautification activities Regular monitoring of buffer zones Regularly monitor presence/absence of complaints from adjacent property owners

Cost integrated in the construction/ operation cost

WATER

Increased siltation due to project activities Water quality degradation Others, specify ___________________

Specify nearest/receiving water body: __________ Distance to nearest/receiving water body: 0 to less than 0.5 km 0.5 to 1 km More than 1 km If nearest/receiving water body

Set-up proper and adequate sanitary facilities Strictly require the contractor and its workers to observe proper waste disposal and proper sanitation Strictly observe proper waste handling and disposal Provision of wastewater treatment facility (e.g. septic tank, oil and water separator, etc.)

Regular (ocular) inspection of: Drainage / canal systems Water treatment facility (i.e., grease trap, septic tank, etc.) Quarterly monitoring of the following: pH TSS concentration

Cost integrated in the construction/ operation cost

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Possible Environmental/ Social Impacts

Baseline Environment

Preventive/ Mitigating Measures

Monitoring Parameters/ Implementation

Cost of Mitigation/ Monitoring

is fresh water, specify classification: AA A B C D

Set up silt trap/stilling ponds to minimize downstream siltation Provision of three-chambered septic tank for domestic sewage Provide ring canals around fuelling tanks/ motorpool/ maintenance areas Others, specify ___________

BOD Total Coliform Color Oil and Grease

If nearest/receiving water body is coastal or marine water, specify classification: SA SB SC SD Current Water Use: Fishery Tourist Zone / Park Recreational Industrial Agricultural Domestic Use Distance of project area to the
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Possible Environmental/ Social Impacts

Baseline Environment

Preventive/ Mitigating Measures

Monitoring Parameters/ Implementation

Cost of Mitigation/ Monitoring

nearest well used: 0 to less than 0.5 km 0.5 to 1 km More than 1 km Use of the nearest well: Drinking/Domestic Industrial Agricultural Abandoned

Competition in water use Depletion of water resources

Size of population using receiving surface water: 1,000 persons >1,000 and 5,000persons >5,000person Available/nearest water source. Deepwell Water district/LGU Surface water Others, specify ________________________

Implement rainwater harvesting and similar measures as an alternative source of water Observe water conservation measures; Careful selection of project site to avoid disruption of traditional water uses Obtain Water Permit from NWRB Improve efficiency of water supply and distribution system Others, specify _____________________

Regularly monitor presence/absence of complaints Regular coordination with concerned agencies Regularly monitor occurrences of water shortages Others, specify ____________

Cost integrated in the construction/ operation cost

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Possible Baseline Environment Preventive/ Mitigating Measures Environmental/ Social Impacts Increased occurrence Is the project site located in an Use appropriate design for project area identified by MGB/PAGASA of flooding facilities as flood prone? Implement appropriate drainage Yes system No Regularly remove debris and other materials that may obstruct water flow Use appropriate technology (e.g. raised hand-pumps) to protect drinking water from flood contamination Others, specify _____________________

Monitoring Parameters/ Implementation

Cost of Mitigation/ Monitoring

Regularly monitor presence/absence of complaints Regular coordination with concerned agencies Regularly monitor increased frequency of flooding Others, specify _________________

Cost integrated in the construction/ operation cost

AIR / NOISE

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Possible Environmental/ Social Impacts Air quality degradation

Baseline Environment

Preventive/ Mitigating Measures

Monitoring Parameters/ Implementation

Cost of Mitigation/ Monitoring

Distance to nearest community: 0 to less than 0.5 km 0.5 to 1 km More than 1 km

Properly operate and maintain all emission sources (e.g. vehicles, pumps, generator, etc) Install when applicable, the appropriate air pollution control device/s Strictly enforce good housekeeping practices Control vehicle speed to lessen suspension of road dust Conduct water spraying to suppress dust sources and minimize discomfort to nearby residents Use covered vehicles to deliver materials that may generate dust Other, specify ___________________

Regularly monitor presence/absence of complaints

Cost integrated in the construction/ operation cost

Regular (ocular) inspection of: Absence of white or black smoke from vehicles, heavy equipment and generator Presence of truck cover during deliveries

Nuisance due to noise generation

Distance to nearest community: 0 to less than 0.5 km 0.5 to 1 km More than 1 km

Properly operate and maintain all noise sources (e.g. vehicles, pumps, generator, etc) Install when applicable, the appropriate noise control device/s (e.g., mufflers, silencer, sound barriers, etc.) Implement appropriate operating hours Provide adequate buffer and/or planting of trees Others, specify ______________________

Regularly monitor presence/absence of complaints Regular monitoring of buffer zones

Cost integrated in the construction/ operation cost

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Possible Environmental/ Social Impacts PEOPLE

Baseline Environment

Preventive/ Mitigating Measures

Monitoring Parameters/ Implementation

Cost of Mitigation/ Monitoring

Displacement of residents in the project site and within its vicinity Displacement of Indigenous People Enhanced employment and/or livelihood opportunities Reduced employment and/or livelihood opportunities Increased revenues for LGU Disruption/Competitio n in delivery of public services (e.g., education, peace and order, etc.) Enhanced delivery of public services (e.g., education, peace and order, etc.) Increase in traffic volume and worsening of traffic flow

Size of population of host barangay: 1,000 persons >1,000 and 5,000persons >5,000person Classification of host barangay: Urban Rural Available services within/near the host barangay: Schools (e.g. elementary, high school, college) Health facilities (e.g., clinics, hospitals, etc.) Peace and order (e.g., police outpost, brgy. Tanod, etc.) Recreation and sports facilities Others, specify _____________________

Provide relocation/disturbance compensation packages Prioritize local residents for employment Promptly pay local taxes and other financial obligations Regular coordination with LGU Prior consultation & coordination to minimize disruption on daily domestic activities & respect for IP rights and cultural practices Ensure participation of IPs in consultations and dialogues Provide appropriate traffic/warning signs, lighting, etc Others, specify ________________

Regularly monitor presence/absence of complaints Regular coordination with LGU Others, specify _________________

Cost integrated in the construction/ operation cost

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Possible Environmental/ Social Impacts

Baseline Environment

Preventive/ Mitigating Measures

Monitoring Parameters/ Implementation

Cost of Mitigation/ Monitoring

Impacts on community health and safety Others, specify _______________

Regular coordination with LGU Provide appropriate warning signs, lighting and barricades, whenever practicable Observe proper housekeeping Provide on-site medical services for any emergency. Participate in public awareness programs on health and safety Implement appropriate safety programs for both community and workers Strictly comply with fire, safety and similar regulatory requirements Strictly comply with requirements of RA 6969 Others, specify ______________________

Presence/Absence of complaints Regular coordination with LGU Regular submission of reports to concerned agency Others, specify _________________

Cost integrated in the construction/ operation cost

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III. ABANDONMENT /DECOMMISSIONING/REHABILITATION POLICIES AND GENERIC GUIDELINES (if Applicable) Project Life or Service: for PVC pipelines: 50 years Provide description of the Abandonment activities, such as, dismantling and waste disposal. Water system projects undertaken by the Zamboanga City Water District are designed to serve the water supply demands of the public for the maximum period of time, taking into consideration the capital and operational expenses. However, for pipelines, their replacement will be made upon the expiration of their expected lifespan. Upon such time, the old pipelines will be replaced and decommissioned. By practice, old pipelines are decommissioned and the new lines are used in their place. The pipelines are left underground for to actually remove the same would entail greater cost. However, the exposed pipelines (G.I.) that will be replaced in the future would have to be returned to the ZCWD Motor pool Warehouse for appropriate disposal. Concrete structures on the other hand, would be rehabilitated as the need arises to ensure the integrity of the structures. IV. INSTITUTIONAL PLAN FOR EMP IMPLEMENTATION The Zamboanga City Water District is a dynamic organization whose growth through the years has been driven by the challenges facing it. It is led by a 5-member Board of Directors (representing women, business, civic service clubs, professionals, education) appointed by the local chief executive. Board members elect the Chairman, Vice Chairman and Board Secretary. A General Manager appointed by the Board Chairman and confirmed by the Civil Service Commission handles the operations of the organization. He is supported by a Legal & Management Services Department. Two major operations Groups carry out the administrative and operational activities of the Zamboanga City Water District, supervising various departments under their areas of concern. The heads of the departments, the Assistant General Managers who head the two major groups, and the General Manager make up the Executive Committee. This Execom is the management group supporting the Board of Directors in execution of policies, programs, and projects (Source: ZCWD: A Living Tradition of Service Agua es Vida, brochure). Policies pertaining to the implementation of Environmental Management Plan, after having been prepared by a particular committee, or in this case the Planning and Design Division, will have to be approved by higher management and the Board of Directors, especially if it entails budget appropriation. However, if the costs have already been integrated in the construction/operation and maintenance costs, the approval for the implementation of the EMP may be raised to the Assistant General Manager for Operations.

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Organization Chart:

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SWORN STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTABILITY OF THE PROPONENT This is to certify that all the information and commitments in this Initial Environmental Examination (IEE) Checklist Report are accurate and complete to the best of my knowledge. By the authority vested in me by the ZAMBOANGA CITY WATER DISTRICT as General Manager, I hereby commit to ensure implementation of all commitments, mitigating measures and monitoring requirements indicated in this IEE Checklist Report as well as the following: Conform with pertinent provisions of applicable environmental laws e.g., R.A. No. 6969 (Toxic Substances and Hazardous and Nuclear Wastes Control Act of 1990), R.A. No. 9003 (Ecological Solid Waste Management Act of 2000), R.A. No. 9275 (Philippine Clean Water Act of 2004), and R.A. No. 8749 (Philippine Clean Air Act of 1999). Abide and conform to LGU development plans and guidelines. Promptly pay local taxes and other financial obligations. Regularly submit reports to concerned agencies. I hereby bind myself to answer any penalty that may be imposed arising from any misrepresentation or failure to state material information in this IEE Checklist. In witness whereof, I hereby set my hand this ____ day of __________ ______________________. LEONARDO REY D. VASQUEZ General Manager Zamboanga City Water District at

SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN TO before me this _____ day of ____________ 201__, affiant exhibiting his/her Community Tax Certificate No. ___________________ issued at ______________________ on __________________________.
Doc. No. Page No. Book No. Series of ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ ____________________

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