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Additional environmental impacts assessment Report of Upper Kon Tum Hydropower Project - Vinh Son - Son Hinh Hydropower

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CONTENTS
CONTENTS ............................................................................. Error! Bookmark not defined. TABLE LIST ........................................................................... Error! Bookmark not defined. ABBREVIATION LIST.......................................................... Error! Bookmark not defined. FOREWORD ........................................................................... Error! Bookmark not defined. 1. PRO ECT NA!E...................................................................................................8 2. PRO ECT !ANA"ER.........................................................................................................8 3. "EO"RAP#ICAL POSITION OF T#E PRO ECT........................................................9 4. C#AN"ES IN CONTENT OF T#E PRO ECT..............................................................10 4.1. Change in implementation location................................................................................10 4.2. Change in scale of project...............................................................................................11 4.3. Change in basic design of work categories.....................................................................12 4.3.1. Pressure route..........................................................................................................12 4.3.2. Energy route.............................................................................................................13 4.4. Change in land using demand of the project...................................................................1 4.!. Change in construction "olume......................................................................................1 4.#. Change in demand for machines and e$uipment............................................................19 4. . Change in demand for materials and fuels......................................................................20 4.8. Change in project implementation progress...................................................................20 4.9. Change in total in"estment..............................................................................................21 4.10. Change in compensation and resettlement....................................................................22 !. C#AN"E IN REALITIES OF NAT$RAL ENVIRON!ENT AND ECONO!IC% SOCIAL FACTORS OF T#E PRO ECT AREA.................................................................22 !.1. Change in geomorpholog% and geologic.........................................................................23 !.1.1. Change in topography adn geomorphology............................................................23 !.1.2. Change in features of engineering geology.............................................................23 !.1.3. Change in hydrological geology..............................................................................2! !.1.4. Change in dynamic geology.....................................................................................2! !.1.!. Change in probability of earthquake.......................................................................2# !.1.#. Change in minerals..................................................................................................2# !.2. Change in meteorological conditions..............................................................................2# !.2.1. Changing climate, meteorology...............................................................................2# !.2.2. Changing hydrographic characteristics..................................................................2 !.3. Change in elements of natural en"ironmental realities...................................................31 !.3.1. Air and microclimate environment...........................................................................31 !.3.2. Water environment...................................................................................................32 !.4. Change in economic & social conditions.........................................................................34 !.4.1. Economic - social conditions in Kon ay district....................................................34 !.4.1.1 Economy.............................................................................................................34 !.4.1.2 Culture and society............................................................................................3! !.4.2 Economic - social conditions in Kon Plong district..................................................3! !.4.2.1 Economy.............................................................................................................3! !.4.2.2 Culture and society............................................................................................3# !.4.3. Economic - social conditions in !ak "ang commune..............................................3# !.4.3.1. Economy............................................................................................................3# !.4.3.2. Culture and society...........................................................................................3 #. C#AN"E IN ENVIRON!ENTAL I!PACTS AND !EAS$RES TO !INI!I&E NE"ATIVE I!PACTS OF T#E PRO ECT........................................................................39
#onsultin unit% #enter for &nvironmental 'onitorin and Analysis of Kon Tum province$ Address% ()) Phan *inh Phun +Kon Tum city+ Kon Tum province , Tel% -.)./ 0$120$1)3 , 4a5%-.)./ 0$120$1))

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#.1. Change in en"ironmental impacts of the project............................................................39 #.1.1. Preparation and construction period.......................................................................39

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#.1.1.1. Change in impacts because of #aste.................................................................39 #.1.1.2. Change in impacts not because of #aste..........................................................40 #.1.1.3. Change in risk of environmental problems.......................................................41 #.1.2........................................................... Water accumulation and plant operation period ..................................................................................................................................41 $%&%'%&% Change in impacts relating to #aste.................................................................41 $%&%'%' Change in impacts not because of #aste...........................................................4! $%&%'%(% Change in risks, environmental problems.........................................................!8 #.2. 'easures to minimi(e negati"e impacts of the project...................................................!9 #.2.1. Preparation and construction period.......................................................................!9 #.2.2. Period of storing #ater in reservoir and operating hydropo#er plant....................#! #.2.2.1. )inimi*e impacts on quality of surrounding environment...............................#! #.2.2.2. )inimi*e impacts on lake #ater quality and lo#lands.....................................# #.2.2.3. )inimi*e impacts due to current change..........................................................#8 #.2.2.4. +urface erosion resistance on catchment area of reservoir, reservoir foundation sedimentation...............................................................................................#9 #.2.2.!. )inimi*ing erosion and collapse of do#nstream.............................................. 0 #.2.2.#. )inimi*ing probability of losing #ater of reservoir......................................... 0 #.2.2. . )inimi*ing impacts on ecological system......................................................... 1 #.2.2.8. )inimi*ing impacts on economy - society........................................................ 1 #.3. 'inimi(ing en"ironmental problems.............................................................................. 2 #.3.1. )inimi*ing risk due to dam breaking....................................................................... 2 #.3.2. Prevention of fire, e,plosion and industrial safety................................................... 4 . C#AN"E IN ENVIRON!ENTAL !ANA"IN" AND !ONITORIN" PRO"RA! OF T#E PRO ECT................................................................................................................. ! .1. Change in en"ironmental managing program................................................................. ! .1.1. Preparation and construction period....................................................................... # .1.2. Period of storing #ater in reservoir and operating hydropo#er plant.................... # .2. Change in en"ironmental monitoring program............................................................... .2.1. Preparation and construction period....................................................................... .2.1.1. )onitoring air environment.............................................................................. .2.1.2. )onitoring #ater environment......................................................................... .2.1.3. )onitoring ecological environment.................................................................. 9 .2.1.4. )onitoring hydrometeorological environment................................................. 9 .2.1.!. )onotoring soil erosion.................................................................................... 9 .2.1.#. )onitoring compensation, resettlement #ork...................................................80 .2.2. Period of accumulating #ater into lake and operating hydropo#er plant..............80 .2.2.1. )onitoring air environment..............................................................................80 .2.2.2. )onitoring #ater environment.........................................................................80 .2.2.3. )onitoring quality of ecological environment..................................................82 .2.2.4. )onitoring economic and social environment..................................................82 .2.2.!. )onitoring hydrometeorological environment.................................................82 8. OT#ER C#ARN"ES..........................................................................................................82 8.1. )uggestions of the communal *eople+s Committee........................................................83 8.1.1. People-s Committee of ./k "ang commune.............................................................83 8.1.2. People-s Committee of )ang Canh commune.........................................................83 8.1.3. People-s Committee of 0goc "em commune............................................................84 8.1.4. People-s Committee of of ./k Koi commune...........................................................84
#onsultin unit% #enter for &nvironmental 'onitorin and Analysis of Kon Tum province$ Address% ()) Phan *inh Phun +Kon Tum city+ Kon Tum province , Tel% -.)./ 0$120$1)3 , 4a5%-.)./ 0$120$1))

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8.2. )uggestions of the ,atherland ,ront Committee............................................................84 8.2.1. 1atherland 1ront Committee of ./k "ang commune..............................................84 8.2.2. 1atherland 1ront Committee of )ang Canh commune...........................................84 8.2.3. 1atherland 1ront Committee of 0goc "em commune..............................................8!

#onsultin unit% #enter for &nvironmental 'onitorin and Analysis of Kon Tum province$ Address% ()) Phan *inh Phun +Kon Tum city+ Kon Tum province , Tel% -.)./ 0$120$1)3 , 4a5%-.)./ 0$120$1))

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8.2.4. 1atherland 1ront Committee of ./k Koi commune................................................8! 9. CONCL$SION.................................................................................................................8!

TABLE LIST
-able 1. /ist of direct participants into process of implementation and setting up en"ironmental impacts assessment report....................................................................................8 -able 2. /imiting coordinates of location of 0pper 1on -um h%dropower plant categories......9 -able 3. Changes in major specifications of the work...............................................................11 -able 4. Change in construction parameters 2basic design3 of pressure route...........................12 -able !. Change in construction parameters 2basic design3 of pressure route...........................13 -able #. /and ac$uisition area of the work................................................................................1 -able . 'ajor "olume of work of 0pper 1on -um h%dropower plant....................................1 -able 8. 'ajor h%draulic machines4 e$uipments of the *lant....................................................19 -able 9. 5ater suppl% demand for production and li"ing..........................................................20 -able 10. )ummari(e in"estment of the project........................................................................21 -able 11. 6"aporation on reser"oir surface of 0pper 1on -um 7%dropower *lant 2mm3........2 -able 12. Characteristics of ri"er basin morpholog% to dam site 18........................................2 -able 13. Characteristics of %earl% current of work route h%drograph%....................................28 -able 14. 9esign flood peak on 0pper 1on -um dam site 18..................................................29 -able 1!. ,lood peak on plant route 4 of 0pper 1on -um 7%dropower...................................29 -able 1#. ,loor peak at opening )1and )2................................................................................29 -able 1 . -otal design flood "olume at the dam site 18...........................................................30 -able 18. ,lood peak "olume during months of dr% season at dam site 18..............................30 -able 19. 'easurement and anal%sis results of air4 microclimate en"ironment........................31 -able 20. 'easurement and anal%sis results of surface water en"ironment..............................32 -able 21. 'easurement and anal%sis of underground water en"ironment................................33 -able 22. )tatistics of household whose flooded land...............................................................40 -able 23. ,lood peak height in )eptember 2009 at the h%drographic station in 1on -um pro"ince.....................................................................................................................................41 -able 24. *ollution load of the transport means........................................................................42 -able 2!. :ois% le"el at some distances 2taking into account of spread of noise3....................43 -able 2#. 9irt load;person;da%;night.........................................................................................43 -able 2 . Concentration of pollutants in household waste if not treated...................................43 -able 28. <alue * in reser"oir upon reser"oir foundation clearance plans................................48 -able 29. :ecessar% current for maintaining ri"er condition upon -ennant method.................!0 -able 30. /owstream water suppl% demand of 0pper 1on -um dam until 2020......................!1 -able 31. 8nnual total sludge coming to dam site 18...............................................................!3 -able 32. =eser"oir accumulation capacit% after %ears of operation.........................................!3 -able 33. 6stimated costs of compensation4 land clearance4 resettlement and infrastructure support of 0pper 1on -um 7%dropower plant..........................................................................#3 -able 34. 9esign flood pek of 0pper 1on -um dam site 18 route...........................................#9
#onsultin unit% #enter for &nvironmental 'onitorin and Analysis of Kon Tum province$ Address% ()) Phan *inh Phun +Kon Tum city+ Kon Tum province , Tel% -.)./ 0$120$1)3 , 4a5%-.)./ 0$120$1))

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-able 3!. ,lood peak discharge during months of dr% season at dam site 18...........................#9 -able 3#. 8ir en"ironmental monitoring program during preparation and construction...........

#onsultin unit% #enter for &nvironmental 'onitorin and Analysis of Kon Tum province$ Address% ()) Phan *inh Phun +Kon Tum city+ Kon Tum province , Tel% -.)./ 0$120$1)3 , 4a5%-.)./ 0$120$1))

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-able 3 . 5ater en"ironmental monitoring program during preparation and construction...... 8 -able 38. 8ir en"ironmental monitoring program during period of storing water in reser"oir and operating h%dropower plant................................................................................................80 -able 39. 5ater en"ironmental monitoring program during perido of storing water in reser"oir and operating h%dropower plant................................................................................................80

ABBREVIATION PLANT
>?/ >-CC7@7C: C* 98 A>9--) A-' B*'> 1-@7 ':C ':9>:A :'-A ?C<: ?A )@/9 -7C) ---g 0>'--? 0>:9 . 'anagement unit . =einforced concrete . )ocialist republic . )hare . *roject . 6thnic minorit% groups . 6n"ironmental impacts assessment . /and clearance . )ocial econom% . 9ead water le"el . =etention le"el . 9ecree . 7%dropower plant . <ietnamese Code . 9ecision . 6rection manufacturing . Cunior high school . Circular . *rime 'inister . ,atherland ,ront Committee . *eople+s Committee

#onsultin unit% #enter for &nvironmental 'onitorin and Analysis of Kon Tum province$ Address% ()) Phan *inh Phun +Kon Tum city+ Kon Tum province , Tel% -.)./ 0$120$1)3 , 4a5%-.)./ 0$120$1))

Additional environmental impacts assessment Report of Upper Kon Tum Hydropower Project - Vinh Son - Son Hinh Hydropower !oint Stoc" #ompany$

FOREWORD
Dn association with the social&economic de"elopment4 promotion of industriali(ation & moderni(ation of the countr%4 demand for electricit% is increasing. -he 9ak ):ghe =i"er4 a major branch of a ri"er creating 9ak >la =i"er & one of the two large branches of a ri"er forming )e )an =i"er with the third large stored h%dropower energ% in <ietnam. <inh )on & )ong 7inh 7%dropower Coint )tock Compan% undertakes setting up 0pper 1on -um 7%dropower *roject to pro"ide the :ational Brid with electricit%4 enhance welfare of the people and local econom% in particular and -a% :gu%en pro"inces in general. >esides4 the *roject also adds irrigation water resources for -ra 1huc =i"er basin4 ?uang :gai pro"ince. 8part from abo"e positi"e impacts4 undertaking construction and putting project into operation shall cause uneEpected impacts on the en"ironment 2air4 water4 land4 flora and fauna etc3 and econom% & societ% in region 2transformation of professions4 resettlement and agricultural resettlement etc3. -herefore4 the Compan% set up the 6n"ironmental Dmpacts 8ssessment =eport for the *roject has been adopted upon the 9ecision :o. 1 18;?A&>-:'- dated 29th 8ugust 2008 of the 'inistr% of :atural =esources and 6n"ironment. 7owe"er4 at present4 some essential contents of the *roject were changed 20pon 9ecision :o. !8 ;2009;?A&<)7&7A?- dated 13th Cul% 2009 of the >oard of 'anagement of <inh )on & )ong 7inh 7%dropower Coint )tock Compan% on adoption of the in"estment *roject for construction of 0pper 1on -um 7%dropower *roject34 following is changed contents.
1. 2. 3. 4. !. #. . 8.

8ssembl% capacit% of the *lant reduced from 2!0 '5 to 220'5F ,looded forest area reduced from 38448 ha to 284441 haF 8gricultural land area reduced from 894 3 ha to 304#! haF ?uantit% of resettlement household reduced from 310 to 82 householdsF =eser"oir area corresponding with retention le"el reduced from 8.# km2 to .081
km2.

9am crest le"el reduced from 1.1

m to 1.1#3 mF

/argest height of water column reduced from 9!44! m to 94441 mF

-otal area of water suppl% basin for 0pper 1on -um 7%dropower *roject increased from 3!0 km2 to 3 4 km2. 7owe"er4 capacit% of entire reser"oir reduced from
1 3. millions m3 to 14!.!2 millions m3 and design rate of flow through the plant reduced
#onsultin unit% #enter for &nvironmental 'onitorin and Analysis of Kon Tum province$ Address% ()) Phan *inh Phun +Kon Tum city+ Kon Tum province , Tel% -.)./ 0$120$1)3 , 4a5%-.)./ 0$120$1))

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from 30.! m3;s to 29.9# m3;s.

#onsultin unit% #enter for &nvironmental 'onitorin and Analysis of Kon Tum province$ Address% ()) Phan *inh Phun +Kon Tum city+ Kon Tum province , Tel% -.)./ 0$120$1)3 , 4a5%-.)./ 0$120$1))

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9am site position is adjusted 2dam site 183 about 3.3 km from the dam site 1

2pre"ious plan3 towards lowstream of 9ak ):ghe =i"erF


10. -he resettlement area of the project is within 9ak -ang commune4 upon adjusted

plan 2within 'ang Canh commune upon pre"ious plan3F Gther specifications of the project are unchanged in $uantit%4 scale4 location etc -herefore4 the Compan% cooperates with the Center for 'onitoring and 8nal%sis of 1on -um pro"ince sets up the additional en"ironmental impacts assessement =eport for the 0pper 1on -um7%dropower *roject.
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Applica6le standards+ codes% -C<: 398! I 1999. :oise standard for the manufacturing and construction area. ?C<: 08 . 2008;>-:'-. :ational technical regulation on surface water $ualit%.

?C<: 09 . 2008;>-:'-. :ational technical regulation on underground water $ualit%. ?C<: 14 . 2008;>-:'-. :ational technical wastewater. regulation on household

?C<: 0! . 2009;>-:'-.:ational technical regulation on surrounding air $ualit%.

?C<: 0# . 2009;>-:'-. :ational technical regulation on some toEic substances in surrounding air. ?C<: 2# . 2010;>-:'-. :ational technical regulation on noise. Administrative+ technical documents and others a6out the Project%

2fficial dispatch 0o% &3445""g-C0 dated 6&st 0ovember '66$ of the Prime )inister on permitting investment in 7pper Kon "um 8ydropo#er Pro9ect, Kon "um province !ecision 0o% &3&:5;.-<"0)" dated '=th August '66: of the )inistry of 0atural esources and Environment on adoption of the environmental impacts assessment report of the 7pper Kon "um 8ydropo#er Pro9ect%
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!ecision 0o% (4&5;.-7<0! dated &(th April '66= of the People-s Committee of Kon "um province on adoption of a )aster plan for compensation and support for construction of 7pper Kon "um 8ydropo#er Pro9ect - at Kon Plong district, Kon "um province%
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2fficial dispatch 0o% >4335<C"-0? dated &'th @une '66= of the )inistry of

#onsultin unit% #enter for &nvironmental 'onitorin and Analysis of Kon Tum province$ Address% ()) Phan *inh Phun +Kon Tum city+ Kon Tum province , Tel% -.)./ 0$120$1)3 , 4a5%-.)./ 0$120$1))

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Andustry and "rade to offer suggestions on the investment pro9ect for 7pper Kon "um 8ydropo#er plant%

#onsultin unit% #enter for &nvironmental 'onitorin and Analysis of Kon Tum province$ Address% ()) Phan *inh Phun +Kon Tum city+ Kon Tum province , Tel% -.)./ 0$120$1)3 , 4a5%-.)./ 0$120$1))

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2fficial dispatch 0o% &6>&5""g-K"0 dated '>th @une '66= of the Prime )inister on permitting decision on investment in 7pper Kontum 8ydropo#er pro9ect%
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!ecision 0o% >:35'66=5;.-B+8-8.;" dated &(th @uly '66= of the <oard of )anagement of Binh +on - +ong 8inh 8ydropo#er @oint +tock Company on adoption of the investment pro9ect for construction of 7pper Kon "um 8ydropo#er Pro9ect #ork%
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Application method durin assessement of additional environmental impacts%

!escriptive statistical methodC -his is assessment method based upon s%nthetic and anal%sis results of natural figures 2meteorolog%4 h%drolgo%4 ecolog% features etc3 and econom% & societ% within region before imp lementation of project4 in association with the objecti"e actual sur"e%. 8nd then forecast impacts of the project on natural4 economic & social conditions as the projects is commissioned. 1ield survey methodC -his method sur"e%s characteristics of the geolog%4 topograph%4 eco s%stem and economic & social subjects etc at the project areas4 with a "iew to assess object and le"el of under influence as undertaking construction of the project and as it+s commissioned .
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An situ sampling and labo analysis methodC -his method sur"e%s4 samples on the site and anal%(es specific en"ironmental parameters in the lab4 with a "iew to specif% parameters of en"ironmental $ualit% realities at the project area 2air en"ironment4 water en"ironment3 as basis to assess le"el of impact of the project as it+s commissioned.
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Comparative methodC -his is used to assess impacts on the basis of comparison with the present "alid <ietnamese en"ironmental standards and codes.
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Anterpolative methodC >ase upon figures from the h%dropower and h%draulic projects with a "iew to forecast le"el of influence of the sources of pollution as the project is commissioned. Community consulting methodC Consult the *eople+s Committees and ,atherland ,ront Committees of the commune to undestand proposals of the local people during construction and commission of the project.
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7r ani8e assessment of the additional environmental impacts%

-he additional en"ironmental impacts assessment =eport of the 0pper 1on -um 7%dropower project chaired b% the <inh )on & 7ong )inh 7%dropower Coint )tock Compan% upon ad"isor% of the Center for 6n"ironmental 'onitoring and 8anal%sis of 1on -um pro"ince. Dnformation of the Center for 6n"ironmental 'onitoring and 8nal%sis of 1on -um pro"ince.
#onsultin unit% #enter for &nvironmental 'onitorin and Analysis of Kon Tum province$ Address% ()) Phan *inh Phun +Kon Tum city+ Kon Tum province , Tel% -.)./ 0$120$1)3 , 4a5%-.)./ 0$120$1))

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=epresented b%. 'r. :gu%en -u Chuong *osition. 9eput% 9irector 8ddress. 2## *han 9inh *hung I 1on -um Cit% I 1on -um pro"ince

#onsultin unit% #enter for &nvironmental 'onitorin and Analysis of Kon Tum province$ Address% ()) Phan *inh Phun +Kon Tum city+ Kon Tum province , Tel% -.)./ 0$120$1)3 , 4a5%-.)./ 0$120$1))

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-el. 20#03 3.913.9# 6mail. $uantracmoitruong.ktJgmail.com

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-he direct participants into imp lementation and setting up the additional en"ironmental impacts assessment =eport. Ta'(e 1) Dire*t +arti*i+ant, in im+(ementation and ,ettin- .+ t/e additiona( en0ironmenta( im+a*t, a,,e,,ment Re+ort No 1 2 3 4 ! # F.(( name :gu%en -u Chuong :gu%en -hanh -uan 9uong -hi 7ong /uan :gu%en -hi 7ong /oan 7o -hi 8nh -u%et /e <an -uan /e <an -uan De-ree >achelor >achelor 6ngineer 6ngineer 6ngineer >achelor >achelor S+e*ia(t1 >iolog% K /aw >iolo g% 6n"ironment 6n"ironment 6n"ironment 6n"ironment >iolo g%

Dn addition to4 there are also below participation of eEperts. 7%drometeorological station in mid central region DD.

1. :gu%en 'inh -hien & 7%drometeorological 6Epert & working at the 2. :gu%en <an 7u% & 7%drometeorological 6Epert & working at the

7%drometeorological station in 1on -um pro"ince


3. -ran 9ong *hong & 6n"ironmental 6Epert & working at the 0ni"ersit% of Ci"il

6ngineering of 7anoi
4. :gu%en -hi ?u%nh 7uong & 6n"ironmental 6Eport & working at the 0n"iersit%

of Ci"il 6ngineering of 7anoi. 8nd some others in ecolog%4 en"ironment4 electricit% and h%dropower. Scope of report% -he additional en"ironmental impacts assessment report of 0pper 1on -um 7%dropower project is not including en"ironmental impacts assessment for the transmssion line s%stem4 road s%stem outside of the site4 flood pre"ention roads4 resettlement area and building materials mine. -he project manager shall make separate reports for the aforesaid works.
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0pper 1on -um 7%dropower.


#onsultin unit% #enter for &nvironmental 'onitorin and Analysis of Kon Tum province$ Address% ()) Phan *inh Phun +Kon Tum city+ Kon Tum province , Tel% -.)./ 0$120$1)3 , 4a5%-.)./ 0$120$1))

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2. PRO ECT !ANA"ER &

*roject manager Gffice. <inh )on & )ong 7inh 7%dropower Coint )tock Compan%.

#onsultin unit% #enter for &nvironmental 'onitorin and Analysis of Kon Tum province$ Address% ()) Phan *inh Phun +Kon Tum city+ Kon Tum province , Tel% -.)./ 0$120$1)3 , 4a5%-.)./ 0$120$1))

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=epresentati"e Contact address -els

. 'r. <o -hanh -rung. . 0!#.3892 92

*osition. Beneral 9irector ,aE. 0!#.38919 !.

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3. "EO"RAP#ICAL POSITION OF T#E PRO ECT

-he 0pper 1on -um 7%dropower *lant locates on 9ak ):ghe =i"er4 a branch of 9ak >la =i"er 21st grade branch of )e )an =i"er3. Dt+s a cluster of head works4 energ% routes and reser"oir within 9ak 1oi commune4 1on =a% district and 9ak -ang4 'ang Canh4 'ang >ut communes and 1on *long district. -he h%dropower plan locates in :goc -em commune4 1on *long district4 1on -um pro"ince D+ee attached map of 7pper Kon "um 8ydropo#er plant location in appendi, 4E. 0pon the 9ecision :o. !8 ;2009;?A&<)7&7A?- dated 13th Cul% 2009 of the >oard of 'anagement of <inh )on & )ong 7inh 7%dropower Coint )tock Compan% on adoption of the in"estment project for construction of 0pper 1on -um 7%dropower plant4 the dam site location 2dam site 183 is adjusted to locate about 3.3 km 2pre"ious plan3 from the dam site 1 towards downstream of 9ak ):ghe =i"er. -he reser"oir is .081 km2 width 2pre"ious plan is 8.# km23 within 9ak 1oi commune4
1on =a% district and 9ak -ang4 'ang Canh4 'ang >ut communes4 1ion *long district.

-he h%dropower plant shall eEhaust water to 9ak /o stream in :goc -em commune4 1on *long district4 1on -um pro"ince.
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-he location limiting coordinates of the work categories as below.

Ta'(e 2) Lo*ation (imitin- *oordinate, of t/e $++er 3on T.m #1dro+o4er 4ork *ate-orie, No 1 2 3 Work *ate-or1 *ressure route 5ater intake *lant Pre0io., +(an 6 1#2 9! 1#300 1 1#29213 7 0! 8 # 6 1#2!2!0 1#300 1 1#29213 Ad5.,ted +(an 7 0! 8 34 0! 9443 0!94!12

0! 9443 0!94!12

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Correlation of the project area with the natural4 economic and social objects. =oad s%stem.

,rom the center of 1on *long district to the head works along with *ro"incial road # # is the grade D< mountainous road 2# km length. 8fter restoration4 it+s approEimatel% 1# km length. -he road from 7ieu commune to the plant is about 24 km length4 grade <D mountainous earth road including man% slope4 serpentine sections are special difficult% for the hea"% transport means to tra"el. 8t present4 this route is under construction in 9ong -ruong )on road *roject Dn addition to4 it also ma% come to the plant on the road from ?uang :gai through )on 7a town about 30 km. -his is an earth road section4 not as slope as the road from 7ien commune4 but it hardl% restored4 alwa%s collapsed during rain% season. 8t present4 this route is under construction in ?uang :gai & :goc -em highwa% project4 for transporting e$uipment to the *lant. + =i"er4 stream4 mountain and hill s%stem.

-he 0pper 1on -um 7%dropower plant locates on 9ak ):ghe =i"er is the headwater of 9ak >la =i"er. Dt is originated from :goc =in mountain is 1.848m in height within 'ang Canh commune4 1on *long district4 main thread of current is :orth & )outh through 9ak 1hich4 9ak Chun range of mountains with mountain peak is 1.!#0m in height. -otal area of 9ak ):ghe =i"er basin combining with 9ak >la =i"er basin approEimatel% 9#0 km2. Dn which4 basin area until dam site 18 of 0pper 1on -um is
3 4 km24 accounting for 38.9!L total basin area.

>asin terrain is fair complicated4 inserting with high mountain masses and hills. -his area is characteri(ed with deep separation of the terrain with large gradient and mountain sides. -he basin is 1.384m in a"erage height. -he high hill% terrain is strong separated4 ri"er and stream network is rather dense with ri"er network densit% on basin is 0.41! km; km2. + *opulation within *roject area is almost @o 9ang people4 onl% a few of 1inh *eople. Dncome le"el of the local people is mostl% from agriculture4 forestr% and a "er% few from small businesses 2,igures of population4 ethnic elements of project area would be detailed presented in part ! of this =eport3. + -he cultural works4 historical "estiges. -he project area there is 'ang >ut "ictor% historical "estige about 20 km from dam site 18. 0ntil now4 there is no an% "aluable archaeological relic is disco"ered in project area.
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4. C#AN"ES IN CONTENT OF T#E PRO ECT 4.1. C/an-e in im+(ementation (o*ation

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0pon the 9ecision :o.!8 ;2009;?A&<)7&7A?- dated 13th Cul% 2009 of the >oard of 'anagement of <inh )on & )ong 7inh 7%dropower Coint )tock Compan% on adoption of the in"estment project for construction of the 0pper 1on -um 7%dropower *roject4 its pressure route construction location has following specific change as. *ressure route is about 3.3 km 2pre"ious plan3 from the dam site 1 towards 9ak ):ghe =i"er basin upon adjusted plan 2dam site 183.
4.2. C/an-e in ,*a(e of +ro5e*t

8t present4 scale of the 0pper 1on -um 7%dropower *roject there is changes against mentioned scale in the en"ironmental impacts assessment =eport has been adopted upon the 9ecision :o.1 18;?A&>-:'- dated 29th 8ugust 2008 of the 'inistr% of :atural =esources and 6n"ironment. Dncluding below major changes. Ta'(e 8) C/an-e, in ma5or , +e*ifi*ation, of t/e 4ork.
S+e*ifi*ation, N o I 1 2 3 4 II ! # 8 9 10 11 II I 12 13 14 1! 1# IV
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Feat.re, of 4ork Ba,in, >asin area 8"erage annual rainfall 8"erage annual capacit% ?0 -otal annual flow "olume 50 Dam ,ite re,er0oir =etention le"el 9ead water le"el 9esign flood le"el 04!L Check flood water le"el 041L 0seful capacit% 5hi Bross capacit% 5tb =eser"oir surface corresponding with retention le"el Di,*/ar-e ,low of flood corresponding with fre$uenc% * M 0.02L ,low of flood corresponding with fre$uenc% * M 0.1L ,low of flood corresponding with fre$uenc% * M 1L ,low of flood corresponding with fre$uenc% * M !L ,low of flood corresponding with fre$uenc% * M 10L P(ant

$nit

Pre0io., +(an 3 ! 2.800 1!.2 4 8 ,ite Dam 1 1.1 0 1.14# 1.1 !4 1.1 #421 122. 1 3. 8. #

Ad5.,ted +(an 3 4 2.800 1# .2 !10.88 Dam ,ite 1A 1.1#0400 1.13840 1.1#041 1.1#14 103.0# 14!.!2 .081 3.!21

km2 mm m3;s 10#m3 m m m m 10#m3 10#m3 km2 m3;s m3;s m3;s m3;s m3;s

2.!31 1.!98 8 9

2.#!0 1.# 2 1.132 93 !

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=ate of flow through the plant /argest column of water 7maE

m3;s m

30.! 9!4.!

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)mallest column of water 7min 9esign head 7tt 8ssured capacit% 8ssembl% capacit% 8ssembl% $uantit% 8nnual a"erage output 60 8ssembl% capacit% using hour Tota( in0e,tment E*onomi* *riteria >;C :*< D== 4.3. C/an-e in 'a,i* de,i-n of 4ork *ate-orie,

m m '5 '5 -eam 10#k 5 h hour 19 ;


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882.2 904.1 91.! 2 ! 2 1.0!#44 4.224 <.2=< 1.38 1.2444! 13.

838.8 84 4 # 90. 22 0 2 1.09442 4.9 4 <.>==%=2< 1. 4 1.429489 13 .#

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-he construction method 2basic design3 of work categories of the *roject are unchanged against contents in the en"ironment impacts assessment =eport has been adopted. 7owe"er4 because of change in major specifications of the *roject4 construction parameters of which also changed as followings.
4.3.1. Pressure route%

Ta'(e =) C/an-e in *on,tr.*tion +arameter, ?'a,i* de,i-n@ of +re,,.re ro.te. No 1 Name of *ate-or1 5eir. 5aterproofing falling stone with concrete face & Crest le"el & Crest height & Crest width & 0pstream slope & 9ownstream slope & /argest height 2 )pillwa%. =einforced concrete structure with "al"e gate & G"erflow weir le"el & G"er&fall gap $uantit% m m m 1.1 392493 10 .0 1.4.0! 1.14! 3 .0 1.1#1 3 1.1#340 2 9438 10.0 1.4.0! 1.14! 8.0 $nit N.m'er Pre0io., Ad5.,ted +(an +(an

m Bap

1.1!140 3

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& 5idth of a gap >k & 5ater slope dimension bOl

m m

8 30O84

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& Dnjecting no((le top le"el & )cour hole bottom width & )cour hole bottom le"el
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m m m

1.13340 11. ! 1.0934##

1.12243 11.! 1.08340

Weir)

'ajor weir has falling stone structure4 waterproofing with concrete face. 9am bod% is filled with rock e Eploited from stone $uarr% and stone waste from foundation pit of the work categories.
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Crest le"el is 1.1#3m4 2 9.38 m length along the crest. Crest le"el width >N M 10

m. 0pstream slope 1.440!F downstream slope 1.14!F arranging ban$uette is ! m in depth

at the attitude of 1.110.# m. 5aterproofing concrete face width t M 0.3K0.00374 separated into sections are 2!m in length of each4 transit materials along with bod% of upstream dam with transition beds 28 and 2>. 5aterproof with foundation4 cement skin drilling to waterproof at the foundation.
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>od% of upstream dam is filled with hard stone materials 3> and weathered stone eEploited from the stone $uarries4 bod% of downstream is filled with rock la%er 3C4 a combination of medium and strong weathered rock.
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S+i((4a1)

)pillwa% is arranged on the right abutment of weir is spillwa% with "al"e gate4 reinforced concrete structured and located on solid DD8 base. 9am has "acuum practical profile4 in GfiEerop st%le. G"erflow weight le"el is 1.1!1 m. -here are 3 o"erflow gaps on a dam4 8.0m width of each gap4 "al"e gate dimension is bOhM8O13 m4 lifting and lowering with h%draulic c%linder on the crest of weir for assembl% and repair. 'ulti& function crane is arranged in upstream and traffic bridge is located in downstream for tra"el between two banks.
4.3.2. &ner y route%

Ta'(e <) C/an-e in *on,tr.*tion +arameter, ?'a,i* de,i-n@ of ener-1 ro.te


No & Cate-or1 name Water intakeC einforced concrete & 5ater intake height & 5ater intake threshold le"el & 5ater intake crest le"el & Dntake $uantit% $nit m m m intak e N.m'er Pre0io., +(an Ad5.,ted +(an 43 1.12340 1.1#340 1

1.13840 1.1 40 1

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& /argest rate of flow through intake Water tunnel

m3;s

29. 8#

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& )ection 14 reinforced concrete structure4 t M 043m K /ength K >ottom slope i K Cross section K Dnside diameter 9o K 9imension hObN & )ection 24 without armor K /ength K >ottom slope i K Cross section K 9imension hObN & )ection 34 reinforced concrete structure4 K /ength t M 044m4 armored K >ottom slope i K Cross section K Dnside diameter 9o K 9imension hObN & )ection 44 without armor K /ength K >ottom slope i K Cross section K 9imension hObN +urge tank, reinforced concrete structure & Crest le"el & Center of pipe ele"ation & Gpening section inside diameter & 0nderground section inside diameter Pressure tunnel & )ection 14 reinforced concrete4 t M 044m4 armored K /ength K >ottom slope i K Cross section K Dnside diameter 9o K 9imension hObN & <ertical section 24 reinforced concrete structure4 tM044m4 armored K /ength

m L m m m L m

81 .# 2 )emi circle 3.4 4O4 13.01 44 2 )emi circle !.3O!.#

8! .28 2 )emi circle 3.4 4O4 13.0 144 2 )emi circle !.3O4.0

m L m m m L m

822 2 )emi circle 4.! !43O!43 2.19 489 2 )emi circle !43O!4#

822 2 )emi circle 4.! !43O!43 2.19 489 2 )emi circle !43O440

m m m m

1.2 00 4 802. 14 3.4

1.2 00 4 802. 12 3.4

m L m m

1.332442 2.1 # circle )emi 2.# 3.4O3.4

1.332442 2.1 # circle )emi 2.# 3.4O3.4

!#0.09

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K >ottom slope i K Cross section K Dnside diameter 9o

Circ le 2.#

Circl e 2.#

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& )ection 34 reinforced concrete structure4 t M 044 m4 armored K /ength K >ottom slope i K Cross section K Dnside diameter 9o K 9imension hObN 7nderground, hydropo#er plant, reinforced concrete structure & -urbine & 8ssembl% $uantit% & 8ssembl% capacit% & 'ounting le"el;generator platform & 9imension bOlOh H H

100 )emi circle 2.# 3.4O3.4

100 )emi circle 2.# 3.4O3.P4.

m m

'5 m m

Cet 2 2O12! 21!;22!.! 19.8O49.#O38.2

Cet 2 2O1 10 21!;22#.3 1 .#O!0.1!O39.4

Water intake)

5ater intake is located on the left bank of 9ak ):ghe =i"er4 about 1.2 km from the head route in :orthwest. 8pproach spillwa% channel through the rock la%ers with rock eEca"ation roof is m M 0.2 m4 ground eEca"ation roof is m M 1.! m and 2.0mF channel bottom width >k M 1#m4 channel bottom le"el is 1.12240 m. 8t the top of water
intake4 the channel section has transition segment from >k M 1# m to >k M 944 m4 30 m in length.

5ater intake is in bank supported tower st%le4 reinforced concrete structure located on solid rock base DD8 12. m in length4 10.4 m width. 5ater intake threshold le"el is 1.123.0m4 its crest le"el is 1.1#3.0 m. Dt is connected to the bank with an operating bridge. 5ater intake is in bank supporting tower st%le4 reinforced concrete structure located on solid rock foundation DD8 is 12. m length4 10.4m width. 5ater intake threshold altitude is 1.123.1 m4 water intake crest le"el is 1.1#3.0 m. 5ater intake is connected to the bank with an operating bridge.
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Deri0ation t.nne()

-he deri"ation tunnel line is eEca"ated through DD84 DD> la%er rock with tunnel structure and separated into 4 major sections below. )ection 1. /ocated behind water intake4 8! .28 m in length4 tunnel bottom slope is 2L. -emporar% reinforce tunnel portal with steel section truss D244 step 0. !m and anchor and drill tunnel crown and spra% cement for remaining section. -unnel has semi circular cross section with 9o M 3.4 m4 tunnel lining is reinforced with reinforce concrete is
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0.3m in depth. -unnel dimension hOb is 4O4 m.

)ection 2. Connecting with section 1 is 13.01 .4 m in length. -unnel bottom slope is 2L. -his section is eEca"ated through solid DD8 rock la%er4 tunnel structure is without armor. -unnel cross section is in semi circular st%le4 tunnel is !.3 m in height4
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>N M 4 m. -emporar% reinforce in this section b% anchor drilling tunnel crown and cement
spra%.

)ection 3. -his section is eEca"ated through bad rock area4 with tunnel crest coating about tens of meters. -his tunnel section is 822m in length4 reinforced concrete structure with depth t M 0.4m. -unnel cross section has semi circular cross section 9o M
H 4.! m4 tunnel is !.3 m in height4 tunnel bottom is !.3 m. -emporar% reinforce in this

section b% anchor drilling tunnel crown and cement spra%. )ection 4. -his is tunnel section without armor is 2.19 .89 m in length4 tunnel cross section is in semi circular st%le4 !.3m in height and > N M 4m. -emporar% reinforce
H during this period b% anchor drilling tunnel crown and cement spra%. H

S.r-e tank)

)urge tank has c%linder st%le located on the hill top with le"el of 1.1 0 m4 eEca"ated cutting through earth with eEca"ation roof slope is from 1.! to 1. ! and "ertical eEca"ated cutting through solid DD8 rock la%er. ,or e Eca"ated section cutting through earth4 tower is opening structured with reinforced concrete4 opening section diameter 9o M 12 m4 tower co"er is 1 m in depth. -ower top le"el is 1.200m. ,or eEca"ated
section through rock4 tower diameter is 9o M 344 m with reinforced concrete structure is 0.3 m in depth. H

Pre,,.re t.nne()

*ressure tunnel includes 3 major sections. >ehind surge tank4 lowered section to le"el of 21!.0 m and hori(ontal section connecting to the h%dropower plant. )ection 1. >ehind the surge tank is 1.332.42 m in length4 reinforced concrete structure is 0.4m in depth4 armored. >ottom slope of this section is 2.1#L4 tunnel profile has semi circular cross section = M 1.3 m4 tunnel is 3.4m in height4 > tunnel bottom is 3.4 m. -emporar% reinforce in this section b% anchored drilling tunnel crown and cement spra%.
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)ection 2. -he lowered section to le"el of 21!40 m in "ertical4 is !#0.09m in length4 circular cross section 9o M 24# m4 with reinforced concrete structure is 0.4m in length4
H armored. -emporar% reinforce in this section b% anchor drilling tunnel crown and cement spra%.

)ection 3. Connecting to the h%dropower plant is 100m in length with le"el of 21!m to the underground plant. -his section is eEca"ated cutting through solid DD> la%er4 reinforced concrete structure with armored depth4 tunnel profile has semi circular cross section = M 1.3 m. -unnel is 3.4m in height4 tunnel bottom > is 3.4m. -emporar%
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reinforce in this section b% anchor drilling tunnel crown and cement spra%.
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-he underground h%dropower plant is located behind the "ertical eEca"ated pressure tunnel inside solid DD> rock la%er4 with reinforced concrete structure. Dnside the plant installed two assemblies4 *elton turbine with generator platform le"el of 22#.3 m. *lant gate dimension is bOlOh M 1 .#O!0.1!O39.4 m. Beneral transformer is located at the transformer tunnel4 downstream side.
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Dnside the plant located crane with ele"ating capacit% is 320 metric ton to ser"e installation and repair of assembl% unit. -ransportation is made with traffic tunnel is 1. !.1 m in length.
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)pillwa% tunnel is eEca"ated in solid DD> rock la%er has semi circular section with radius = M 244m4 dimension bOh M 4.8O!.1 m4 tunnel bottom finished with concrete is 0.3m in depth for creating bottom slope i M 1.08L. )pillwa% tunnel is 2.090 m in total length. -emporar% reinforce tunnel with steel anchor and spra%ing cement on crown.
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8t the gate of spillwa% tunnel downstream4 arrange repairing "alue4 flat&slide st%le4 open and close in static water status b% electric hoist to pre"ent downstream water from entering into discharge chamber each time necessar% to repair and maintain assembl% nut.
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9ischarge canal is eEca"ated inside rock la%er is 210m in length. Canal cross section is trape(ium st%le4 bottom > M 1#m4 e Eca"ated roof cutting through rock is m M 0.24 e Eca"ated roof cutting through earth is m M 1.! and 2.0.
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/and ac$uisition area of the work includes land ac$uisition area b% the work4 auEiliar% area etc. 8nd this is presented in below table. Ta'(e A) Land a*B.i,ition area of t/e 4ork. Cate-or1 =eser"oir *ressure route cluster 6nerg% route cluster Tota( $nit ha ha ha /a Land a*B.i,ition area ?/a@ Pre0io., +(an Ad5.,ted +(an 01. 8 38.0 !!. :=2.: C91. A C mine disposal is. 22# ha4 treatment of chemical

Dn which4 total area of bomb and toEic substances are. 10.200 m2F this work is implemented b% the -echnolog% Centre for
>omb and 'ine disposal & 'ilitar% (one !.

DAttached #ith general layout map arranging #ork categories of 7pper Kon "um 8ydropo#er plant at the appendi, 4E%
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4.!. C/an-e in *on,tr.*tion 0o(.me

Ta'(e >) !a5or 4orkin- 0o(.me of t/e $++er 3on T.m #1dro+o4er +(ant.

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Tota( No I II 1 2 Content of 4ork, Fore,t *(earan*e ED*a0ation and fi((in6Eca"ation 6Eposed rock eEca"ation Weathered rock e,cavation 8ard rock e,cavation -unnel rock eEca"ation Cross tunnel, +FG&>m' Cross tunnel, +FG'>m' Cross tunnel, +FG>6m' Cross tunnel, +H>6m' E,cavation and lo#ering tunnel base Anclined gallery !uct furnace drilling Cla% filling 'iE rock;soil e Eca"ation 8pplied rock filling ?uarr% rock filling Dnterface filling >allast filtering la%er filling Reinfor*ed *on*rete 4ork 6Eposed concrete !am body concrete )&>6 Concrete )&>6 Concrete )'>6 Concrete )(66 0nderground concrete '2!0 Cross tunnel Anclined gallery *rocessing4 erection =emo"al of formwork =einforcement for eEposed concrete -unnel reinforcement Cross tunnel reinforcement Anclined gallery reinforcement Ot/er 4ork, $nit m 2 m 3 m 3 m 3 m 3 m 3 m 3 m 3 m 3 m 3 m m 3 m m 3 m 3 m 3 m 3 m 3 m 3 m 3 m 3 m 3 m 3 m 3 m 3 m 3 m 3 to ton n E time to n to n to n to n
3

Pre0io ., +(an !!9.8!# !.42!.#2# 38.480 4 #.4!2 2#2.028 94#. 49

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-he main h%draulic machines4 e$uipments of the *lant are unchanged as mentioned in the en"ironment impacts assessment =eport has been adopted. 7owe"er4 major specifications of these e$uipments are changed below. Ta'(e C) !a5or /1dra.(i* ma*/ine,% eB.i+ment, of t/e P(ant. !ain ,+e*ifi*ation, Name of eB.i+ment, Pre0io., +(an 7ttM90441m
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)ubordinate h%draulic mechanic e$uipment


4. . C/an-e in demand for materia(,% f.e(,

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9emand for pro"iding building materials and fuels is unchanged against pre"ious plan4 specificall%.
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+ =ock materials. 6Epect to eEploit graanite mine on the left bank about #00m from dam site 1 towards lowstream. 8t the plant4 eEpect to eEploit granite mine on the left bank of 9ak /o =i"er4 about 1.! km from the plant location area. + )and gra"el materials. ,or 9ak ):ghe head cluster4 it+s eEpected to be taken from sand mine number 1 and 2 at the headwater of 9a ):ghe =i"er. )and and gra"el for the energ% route are eEpected to be taken from )on 'ua mine on 9ak 9rinh =i"er in ?uang :gai pro"ince4 about 3! to 40km from the plant location. + )oil materials. >ackfilling soil is taken from the soil mine number 1 on the left bank about 1km from dam site towards dam upstream4 and soil mine number 2 on the right bank about 2km from energ% route towards downstream. 5ater suppl% plan. 5ater for production4 household is taken from surface water source of 9ak ):ghe =i"er and 9ak /o stream nearb% construction site. Dndustrial water is taken to the works with pump & pipeline & reser"oir s%stem. 8s for household water4 treated with clarif%ing tank s%stem. 8fter guarantees its $ualit%4 water is pumped into e"er% household with pri"ate pump and pipeline s%stem. 9emand for water suppl% in areas is changed below.
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Ta'(e :) Water ,.++(1 demand for +rod.*tion and /o.,e/o(d. Work No A.Di(iar1 area 8uEiliar% area 8uEiliar% area 2 $n it m3;da% night m3;da% night Pre0io., +(an .112 !.300 Ad5.,ted +(an .010 3. #0 #o.,e/o( Tota(

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-he selected power suppl% plan would be transformer station 110;220k< from 1on *long including main interconnecting line and shunt lines 22k< to suppl% construction areas with power.
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4.8. C/an-e in +ro5e*t im+(ementation +ro-re,,

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Construction progress is during ! %ears from 2009 to 2014 and commissioning in 2014 2pre"ious plan was from 2008 to 20134 commissioning in 20133. )pecific construction progress is. Construction %ear 1. Construct di"ersion tunnel on the right bank4 eEca"ate on dr% ground at the spillwa% and weir. 6nerg% route. eEca"ate subordinate tunnel4 entrnace and eEit of the main tunnel and water intake.
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Construction %ear 2. ,ill up 9ak ):ghe =i"er4 construct the main tunnel and spillwa% categories4 eEca"ate ma in tunnel4 underground section of the surge tank and "ertical pressure tunnel section.
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Construction %ear 3. Continue to fill the dam on schedule4 concrete the spillwa%4 water intake of main tunnel and install coating steel of "ertical tunnel section and start to eEca"ate the plant.
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Construction %ear 4. Continue to undertake filling the weir4 concrete o"erflow slope4 water intak4 main tunnel4 surge tank and the plant. Dnstall e$uipments at the water intake4 main tunnel section coating steel at the plant upstream. >efore 9ecember4 finish filling weir and o"erflow concreting.
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Construction %ear !. Dn ,ebruar% in construction %ear !4 shall lock di"ersion intake and start to accumulate water. >efore Cune shall finish construction of surge tank4 main tunnel and subordinate tunnel node. Construction of energ% route should be finished before 8ugust Dn )eptember shall run assembl% 14 in :o"ember shall run assembl% 2. Co mplete and finish le"el 1 of construction in 9ecember.
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Tota( in0e,tment of t/e +ro5e*t)

-otal in"estment of the *roject according to adjusted plan is <:9 !4 4442! billions increased than pre"ious project 2<:9 !424! billions3. Dncluding below eEpenses. Ta'(e 19) S.mmariEed in0e,tment of t/e +ro5e*t. No 1 2 3 4 ED+en,e *ate-or1 Construction costs 6$uipment costs Compensation costs for land clearance4 resettlement *roject management cost In0e,tment ?VND@ 24#2#44944414400 0 1424249#940#!400 0 20948 !4394400 0 3042!#4410400 0

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Dn"estment and construction consultanc% costs Gthers >ack up cost Tota( in0e,tment

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30L stockholder e$uit% from basic source of depreciation and accumulated from production and business profits. 0L other sources of capital.

4.10. C/an-e in *om+en,ation% re,ett(ement

8ccording to the en"ironment impacts assessment report has been adopted4 the resettlement area is located in 'ang Canh commune upon orientation of the pro"ince. 7owe"er4 the eEpected resettlement area there is no source of water4 there is small stream but not significant so water discharge is "er% few. *articularl%4 in dr% season4 absolute there is no water so "er% difficult to suppl% household and production water4 unable to arrange wet rice field because can+t find source of water. Dn addition to4 resettlement area is far from administrati"e center of 9ak -ang commune4 about 1 & km from the commune center. -his area is con"enient for traffic4 arranging production land and wet rice field4 administrati"e management within commune. 8ccording to retention normal is 1.1#0m4 $uantit% of flooded households is 82 households4 228 households fewer than retention normal was 1.1 0m 2310 households3. /and ac$uisition area for construction of work categories according to adjusted plan 2801.8 ha34 141.1# ha reduced against pre"ious selected plan 2942.9# ha3. "enera( e0a(.ation) 7ence4 at present4 the 0pper 1on -um 7%dropower *roject has below main changes. Change in dam site location 2selecting dam site 18 is 3.3 km from dam site 1 & pre"ious selected plan towards downstream of 9ak ):ghe =i"er3.
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Change in main specifications of the works as abo"e. Change in resettlement location.

-hese changes shall bring positi"e impacts in efficienc% of work4 econom% & societ% and en"ironment for project area as. ,or selected position for construction of dam site 1 2pre"ious plan3 would be no more negati"e impacts on en"ironment here4 with plan to adjust retention normal from 1.1 0m to 1.1#0m. -his reduces reser"oir area so shall reduce flooded land area4 e"en remarkable reduce bad impacts on natural en"ironment and ecolog%. >esides4 this shall cause negati"e impacts on the en"ironment at the selected area is construction site of the new dam site 2dam site 183. -hose negati"e and positi"e impacts shall be anticipated and suggested measures to minimi(e
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and settle properl% in section # of this =eport. C#AN"E IN REALITIES OF NAT$RAL ENVIRON!ENT ECONO!IC% SOCIAL FACTORS OF T#E PRO ECT AREA
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!.1. C/an-e in -eomor+/o(o-1 and -eo(o-1) !.1.1. #han e in topo raphy and eomorpholo y%

>ecause of mo"ing dam site to downstream4 increase of basin area so some topographic t%pes in project area are changed against before4 as followings. 7ori(ontal and slight inclined surfaces formed from accumulation and erosion. Dncluding surfaces accumulate ri"er side allu"ium and erosion terrace grade DDD and elu"ia & dilu"ia compounds. 6le ments are gra"el send4 boulder is 1 & #m in depth
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9enudation and erosion side surface. 8llocated along with large ri"er and stream "alle%s in region4 especiall% in 9ak /o and :uoc Che streams. 8"erage slope of side is 10 & 1!0 e Etended about 9 km from surge tank at the le"el of 1.2!0m to the "alle% of 9ak /o
H stream at the le"el of 300m. Gn this surface4 erosion process is de"eloped to sliding4 dilu"ium4 dilu"ia deposit forming coating enriched with prolu"ial & dilu"ia

origin4 at the bottom of the side accumulated with dilu"ium and prolu"ium.
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"eo(o-1 of dam ,ite 1A

-he dam site 18 is located inside "alle% of narrow 9ak ):ghe =i"er4 with both abutments rel% on two ranges of hills are about 1.200 & 1.20! m in height. 7illside is relati"e slope about 32 I 330 about 3.3 km from the pre"ious dam site 2dam site 13 towards
downstream and o"erflow route is located on the right shoulder. 8t this area4 allocate biotitic granite rock4 specificall%. D> belt 80L4 DD8 belt 94L.

8butment on left bank. /eft bank of the ri"er section neEt to ri"er bank slopes about 3304 until the le"el of 1.190m is flat saddle. /eft abutment of the dam site allocates solid
H granite4 at the le"el of 1.19!m and higher co"ered with basalt rock. ,or ele"ation is 1.1#0m4 water le"el in reser"oir shall lie inside granite rock4 geological conditions include.

+ =esidual side la%er ed? is 0.!m in depthF powerful weathered belt D81 is 31.! I 48m in depthF strong weathered rock belt D82 is 2.! I #.!mF weathered belt D> is 1& 1.!m in depth with large water permeabilit% with "alue $M 3. I 9.# lu 2see documents of water pressing at the bore holes3. + Dn the section meeting with tectonic fault D<&13 slope 80 ??running from upstream to downstream cutting the abutment at the le"el about 1.19!m4 angle of slope towards the ri"er4 rock is broken up is from ! & 10m in discontinuous width. 8nd fault DDD&1 slope 80 ?? running from dam about 400m4 angle of slope towards the ri"er4 along with the fault rock is discontinuous cracked4 broken up is 10 & 20m in depth. -wo faults located on the
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height of abutment almost there is no influence on dam stabilit% but penetrate water to the downstream. 0nderground water le"el alwa%s fluctuates within belt D81.

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H 8butment on the right bank. =ight ri"er bank neEt to the slope about 3304 up to the le"el about 1.199m is the flat saddle. 6ntire right abutment of the dam site is allocated within solid granite area4 with following conditions of engineering geolog%.

+ =esidual side la%er ed? is 3.0 m to #.0m in depthF powerful weathered belt D81 is 10m to 4!.8m in depthF powerful weathered belt D82 is 1.2m in depthF weathered belt D> is 4.#m in depth with large permeabilit%. 8t the bottom of belt4 solid and cracked rock DD8 is 10m to 2!m in depth4 large permeabilit% with "alue $M242&1048 lu 2see documents on water pressing at the bore holes3. + Dn the section meeting tectonic fault D<&1 slope 8004 running from upstream to
downstream cutting abutment at the le"el about 1.190m4 angle of slope towards the ri"er. =ock is cracked and broken up is from ! & 10m in discontinuous width. ,ault is located on abutment hardl% affecting to dam stabilit% but eas% to penetrate water running to the downstream. 0nderground water le"el fluctuates within rock belt D81.

=i"er bed section. =i"er bed at the dam site location is about !0m in width4 at the le"el of 1.090m4 fair e"en4 all is allocated with solid granite. Dn dr% season4 ri"er bed is re"ealed with rock in the hea"e ra%s. 5ater is running strongl% without allu"ial la%er. 5eathered rock belt D> is 11m in depth4 cracked solid rock belt DD8 is 14m in depth with large permeabilit% and "alue $M 4# I 114! lu 2see documents on water pressing at the bore holes3.
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G"erflow route 18. Gn the right abutment of the main dam site 184 condition of engineering geolog% is as same as right abutment of the main dam site. )pillwa% dam cuts from the stream "alle% on upstream at the le"el of 1.1#3m o"er abutment on the hill top at the le"el of 1.21!m4 hill slope is about 400. 8nd then it cuts down to the stream
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"eo(o-1 of re,er0oir area)

=eser"oir is within 9ak ):ghe =i"er "alle% e Etended along with the ri"er and branch streams. )tratum belongs to 1aino(oi era4 including. :eogen )%stem I -he ,ourth. >asalt rock direct co"er up weathered surface of granite is about 120 & 1!0m in depth. >asal rocks strong weathered forming cla% la%er tens of meters in depth4 bed rock is just re"ealed along with streams. -he fourth sediments limit allocated along with 9ak ):ghe =i"er "alle% and large streams4 forming allu"ial flats from 2 & 3m to less then 20m4 eEtended to about three hundred meters. 6lements are sand4 gra"el and cla% loams are ! & m in depth.
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'agma intrusion & 7ai <an CompleE. 'agma rocks intrude and are distributed on entire reser"oir area of 7ai <an CompleE. -he largest fault in region is fault grade DD & 1
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9ak ):ghe in :orth and )outh with slope 80??towards the 5est4 eEtended along

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with ri"er at dam site section. 8t the faults4 rocks became cataclastic rock4 crump are granite. =ocks are cemented with neutral thermal solutions passed epidoti(ation and chloriti(ation. -his fault and e"en affecting belt are tens of meters in width. )tep faults in region include three main s%stems. /ongitudinal s%stem alwa%s goes along with ri"er4 stream "alle%s4 angle of slope is !0 & 800 towards the 5est4 distance between faults is about
1.! kmF :ortheastern & )outhwestern s%stem4 angle of slope is ! 0 & 800 towards :orthwest4 distance between faults is about 1 km fewer than the :ortheastern & )outhwestern s%stem is !0 I 800 towards )outhwest4 distance of faults is about 1.! I 2 km. -he faults ha"ing affecting belt are 10m in width4 rock is broken up into rubble.

Ener-1 ro.te -eo(o-1 ?4ater */anne(% 4ater intake% ,.r-e tank% t.nne(% +(ant and di,*/ar-e *ana( F +( an =C@)
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Beological conditions of the energ% route are relati"e complicated. -he di"ersion canal route is 4 km in length4 large "olume of rock is remo"ed. -he eEposed conduit section is 3 km4 on the abrupt high mountainous region4 strong terrain dissection4 deep upper la%er4 strong de"elopment of collapse slide of rock and mud spate affecting to conduit stabilit%. -herefore4 entire eEposed conduit shall arrange 8 anchored bulkhead abutments at the positions where replacing pipeline center angle at the altitudes of 3 4.00mF 328.43mF 322.11mF 2 2.28mF 241. !mF 231.10m and 214.!0m4 between anchored bulkhead abutments arrange intermediate supports and eEpansion joint to stabili(e the pipeline.
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-wo tunnel routes 25ater tunnel and pressure tunnel3 are also relati"e long and cutting through abrupt high mountainous regions4 strong terrain dissection. 7owe"er4 the tunnel is located deepl% from tens to hundreds of meters underground and almost it+s eEca"ated into relati"e DD> rock belt including granite4 from solid to "er% solid gonai rock with relati"e con"enient condition.
H H )urge tank area has slope terrain about 4004 little dissection4 within the area allocate solid gonaibiotit rock4 upper la%er depth is thin and without cutting through b% fault. H -he plant area located on slope about 20 I 30 0 on the left bank of 9ak /o stream4 little terrain dissection. 5ithin region4 allocate solid silica schist of -ac *o formation there is pressing direction is :ortheastern & )outhwestern towards :orthwest. 8t the bank and ri"er bed areas4 re"eal solid silica schist4 upper la%er is weathered until the end of the strong weathered rock belt D82 from 1! & 20m in a"erage width. Closing to the 9ak /o stream bank4 there is fault grade D<&14 cross cutting the bank and shall met canal section leading to behind the plant. !.1.3. #han e in hydrolo ic eolo y% 0nchanged against before. !.1.4. #han e in dynamic eolo y% 0nchanged against before.
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!.1.!. #han e in pro6a6ility of earth9ua"e%

8ccording to earth$uake (oning map 2<ietnamese Construction Code4 "ol 3 & 199 34 the stud% area is within the geographica l pole "ibrator% area DmaE Q# 2')1 I #434
that is earth$uake acceleration a M 040# I 040 g. )o4 until now the plant area is within 1on -um corbel piece center does not detect an% remarkable change against mentioned in en"ironmental impacts assessment report has been adopted. !.1.#. #han e in mineral%

0ntil present4 upon permission of the *eople+s Committee of 1on -um pro"ince with the official dispatch :o. 3!4;0>:9&1-: dated 1!th 'arch 2011 on eEploitation of building materials within the range of work. 8t the construction site of di"ersion work 2with coordinate. @ M 1#2!4334 R M 0! 83! 3 and flood spillwa% 2with coordinate. @ M 1#248894 R M 0! 8!233 of the 0pper 1on -um 7%dropower *lan4 Construction Coint )tock Compan% 4 is undertaking eEploitation and taking all of building stone with "olume of eEploitation is nearl% 220.000 m3. Dn addition to4 metal minerals in the group of gold4 sil"er and multi&metal. 8ccording to anal%sis results of the Dn addition to4 metal minerals in the group of gold4 sil"er and multi&metal. 8ccording to anal%sis result of Beological ,ederation of the Central 7ighlands pro"inces indicate that there is no metal as gold appeared in anal%sis samples. Contents of Cu4 *b and Sn are "er% low. =are metal minerals. -he *lasma 2DC*3 anal%sis samples indicate that contents of )n4 'o and 5 are "er% low. 9o not disco"er mineral containing 'ol%bdenum and 5olfram.
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=adioacti"e metal mineral. *roject area does not disco"er radioacti"e abnormal

7ence4 until present4 there is no an% remarkable change against mentioned in the en"ironmental impacts assessment report has been adopted.
!.2. C/an-e in /1dro meteoro(o-i*a( *ondition !.2.1. #han e in climate+ meteorolo y%

8ll changes happen within the range of 9ak -ang4 'ang Canh4 :goc -em and 'ang >ut communes of 1on *long district and 9ak 9oi commune of 1on =a% district. Dn general4 therefore4 conditions of temperature4 rain regime and humidit% are unchanged. 7owe"er4 because free surface area of reser"oir is reduced from 8.# km 2 to .081 km24 so total annual e"aporation reduced to # mm than before.
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>ased upon distribution of a"erage piche e"aporation during period of 19 & 2004 at the meteorological stations on basin of )e )an =i"er and piche e"aporation distribution model in 1on -um to calculate loss rate of e"aporation loss ratio of the

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basin. 6"aporation on reser"oir surface of 0pper 1on -um 7%dropower for months 2 ??S3 is distributed upon below table. Ta'(e 11) E0a+oration on re,er0oir ,.rfa*e of $++er 3on T.m #1dro+o4er ?mm@. !ont/,
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VI 21. 1

VI I 1 9

VII I 1 . 2

I 6 1 . 3

6 24. 8

6 I 34. 8

6I I 43. 1

7e ar 422. 4

9ue to change in location of dam site4 so there are some changes in h%drographic characteristics below. -otal basin area of 9ak ):ghe =i"er combining with basin of 9ak >la =i"er is about 9#0 km2. Dn which4 taking into account of dam site 18 0pper 1on -um increased from
3!0 km2 to 3 4 km2 making up about 38.9!L ri"er basin area. =i"er bed is relati"e narrow4 from 10 & 1!m width in dr% season and !0 & 0m in width in flood season.

Ta'(e 12) !or +/o(o-i*a( */ara*teri,ti*, of ri0er 'a,in to dam ,ite 1A. Ro.te $++er 3on T.m F( 0 ?km2@ 3 4 L, ?km@ 44.! B ?km@ 8.4 D ?kmGkm
2

&t'(0 ?m@ 1.384

, ?H9@ .0!

0.41!

Source% Anvestment pro9ect for construction of 7pper Kon "um 8ydropo#er%

Rearl% current. >ased upon data of 1on *long meteorological station from 19#0 & 200!4 se$uence of current up to dam site 18 is specified with following formula.
H ;td ?? ; 1 1 t d
tv

Dn which.

tv

+ ?td. Calculated discharge "alue at dam site 2m3;s3F + ?t". 9ischarge "alue at the h%dro meteorological station 2m3;s3F + ,td. >asin area up to dam site 2km23F + ,t". >asin area up to h%dro meteorological station 2km23.
#onsultin unit% #enter for &nvironmental 'onitorin and Analysis of Kon Tum province$ Address% ()) Phan *inh Phun +Kon Tum city+ Kon Tum province , Tel% -.)./ 0$120$1)3 , 4a5%-.)./ 0$120$1))

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Additional environmental impacts assessment Report of Upper Kon Tum Hydropower Project - Vinh Son - Son Hinh Hydropower !oint Stoc" #ompany$

Calculation results of a"erage annual current during period of 19#0 & 200! of the dam site 18 are ?o18M1#42m3;s increased to nearl% 1.0 m3;s than before.
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9esign annual current.

#onsultin unit% #enter for &nvironmental 'onitorin and Analysis of Kon Tum province$ Address% ()) Phan *inh Phun +Kon Tum city+ Kon Tum province , Tel% -.)./ 0$120$1)3 , 4a5%-.)./ 0$120$1))

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,rom results of h%drographic a"erage annual flow series of 0pper 1on -um plant route4 calculate h%drographic annual flow corresponding with design fre$uencies at the route below. Ta'(e 18) C/ara*teri,ti*, of /1dro-ra+/i* ann.a( f(o4 of t/e +(ant ro.te Ro.te 1 1 A F( 0 ?km 3!0 3 4 I9 ?m8G 1!.2 1#.2
,@

?(G,km2 @

!o

W9 4 9 !10.9

43.4 43.3

C 0 0.1 8 0.1 4

C,G C0 2 2

I+?m8G,@ 19 H 18. 19. <9 H 14. 9 1#. # :9 H 11. 13. 8

:ote% 1C <asin area, ;6C Annual standard flo#, WoC "otal annual flo# volume CvC fluctuation ratio, CsC differential ratio% H

,lood flow.

,rom the largest dail% raining document measured at 1on -um station4 calculate peak of flood upon @ocolopEki+s formula .
1f? ??;ng )a, ??042 8 ??28?P ??80 3 P "l ;

Dn which.
8?P ????????8
nP

+ 7n* . 9esign largest dail% rainfall of 1on -um station. + ???refer relationship??2??3 T U with U M tl4 for basin of ri"ers in the :orth of 7ighlands are of Bia
/ai4 1on -um and AVk /Vk pro"inces4 refer to table !&14 of the teEtbook W6ngineering h%drographX published b% the 5ater =esources 0ni"ersit% in 1993.

+ Y. ,lood flow coefficient + -l. ,lood rise period + f. ,lood pattern coefficient calculated upon actual measured flood document from 1994 to 2004 of 1on *long station. + 70. *rimar% losing water la%er. + Z. Coefficient taking into account of influences of lakes4 ponds and swamps. + ?ng[m. 0nderground flow "olume. + 8t 0pper 1on -um dam site 18. >ecause impacts of climate change4 flood happenings on head water of )e )an =i"er is

fair abnormal4 especiall% historical flood in )eptember 2009 suddenl% changed

flood regime of )e )an =i"er and flood coming to 0pper 1on -um dam site. >ecause this flood destro%ed entire h%dro meteorological station work on )e )an =i"er4 abo"e stations failed to measure peak of flood but onl% obser"ed the highest maEimum flood le"el. >ase upon collected figures of water le"el4 actual measurement document of water discharge at low water le"el4 e"aluate and anal%(e the largest peak of flood in 2009 and appl% @ocolopEki formula with area of similar station is 1on -um station for recalculation of design flood for 0pper 1on -um plant dam site 18. =esults of design peak of flood of 0pper 1on -um dam site are shown in below table. Ta'(e 1=) De,i-n +eak of f(ood of $++er 3on T.m dam ,ite 1A. Ro.te Dam ,ite 1 ?+re0io., +(an@ Dam ,ite 1A ?ad5.,ted +(an@ + 8t the 0pper 1on -um plant 4 route. ImaD+H ?m8G,@ 9%1 H 2.!2 2 2.#! 0 9%< H 1.83 8 1.93 1 1H 1.!9 2 1.# 2 8H 1.23 2 1.29 4 <H 1.0 1.13 2 19 H 88 9 93 !

-he plant route located on 9ak /o stream is of basin of -ra 1huc =i"er4 basin area up to the plant is 223 km2. >ase upon calculation figures of peak of flood discharge of the plant route
2 2pre"ious energ% route 3&23 b% appl%ing @ocolopEki formula and calculating reduction of peak of flood to calculate for plant of the energ% route 4 below.

Ta'(e 1<) Peak of f(ood of t/e $++er 3on T.m #1dro+o4er +(ant ro.te =. C/ara*teri,ti*, ImaD+H ?m8G,@ +
2

N.m'er 9%1H 2.419 9%<H 1.914 1H 1. 00 <H 1.204 19H 98! 29H #2

8t )14 )2 gaps of the energ% route 4 . )1 and )2 gaps locate on basin of -ra 1huc =i"er4 basin area of two gaps is about #

km and .3 km2. Calculate peak of flood discharge of two )1 and )2 routes b% calculating reduction
of peak of flood. Calculation results of peak of flood of )14 )2 di"ersion canal route presented in below table.

Ta'(e 1A) Peak of f(ood at S2 and S2 -a+,. C/ara*teri,ti*, ImaD+H ?m8G,@ -a+ S1 N.m'er 9%1H 2#3 9%<H 20#.! 1H 182.9 <H 129.3 19H 10#. 1 29H 82.9

ImaD+H ?m8G,@ -a+ S2


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301.1

23#.4

209.4

148.1

-otal design flood discharge.

121. !

94.9

,rom e Etracted flood document of 1on *long station during period of 1994 & 200!4 calculates total largest flood "olume during 14 3 and ! da%s. 6stablish correlati"e relationship between ?maE and 5maE of 1on *long station4 correlati"e e$uation has
following t%pe.

51maE M 0.0!! O?maE K 1.434F r M 0.94 53maE


M 0.08!1O?maE K 10. 84F r M 0.81 5!maE M 0.10##O?maE K 18.!#1F r M 0. 3

-otal design flood "olume of dam site 18 is calculated upon $uantitati"e correlati"e relationship of 1on *long station4 results are presented in below table. Ta'(e 1>) Tota( de,i-n f(ood 0o(.me at dam ,ite 1A ImaD+H ?m G,@ P ?H @ 0.1 0.! 1 3 ! 10
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WmaD+ ?19Am8@ W1maD 1 ?+re0io ., +(an@ 141.1 103.4 89.9 0.1 #1.! !1.2 1A ?ad5.,t ed +(an@ 149 109 94.# 3.! #4.! !3.! W8maD 1 ?+re0io ., +(an@ 223.9 1##.! 14!.9 11!. 102. 8#.9 1A ?ad5.,t ed +(an@ 23# 1 ! 1!3 121 10 90.3 W<maD 1 ?+re0io ., +(an@ 284.# 213.1 18 .! 149.9 133. 114.1 1A ?ad5.,t ed +(an@ 301 224 19 1!# 139 118

1 ?+re0io ., +(an@ 2.!22 1.838 1.!92 1.232 1.0 889

1A ?ad5.,t ed +(an@ 2.#!0 1.931 1.# 2 1.294 1.132 93!

/ow water flow.

9esign peak of flood during dr% season months at 0pper 1on -um dam site is calculated with peak of flood modulus reduction formula upon area from 1on *long h%drographic station4 presented in below table. Ta'(e 1C) Peak of f(ood di,*/ar-e d.rin- dr1 ,ea,on mont/, at dam ,ite 1A !ont/ ImaDk+ ?m8G,@ < H 19H 29H

49 .#

41 .#

33.!

II III IV V VI

1# 8 VII 11 9 I F VII 19 8 !.3. C/an-e in e(ement of nat.ra( en0ironmenta( rea(itie,

24 .1 38 .9 42 .1 98 . 2 4 1 4 2

22 .1 31 .! 34 .4 81

19.8 24.3 2#. #2.4 100 94.4 13#

,or obtaining basis for e"aluating realities of en"ironmental $ualit% and forecasting impacts on the local en"ironment would happen as undertaking construction and commissioning the 0pper 1on -um 7%dropower project4 upon adjusted plan. 5e undertake sur"e%4 measurement and sampling to anal%(e water and air en"ironmental criteria at project area. ,ollowing is specific anal%sis results.
!.3.1. Air and micro climate environment%

Ta'(e 1:) !ea,.rement and ana(1,i, re,.(t, of air and mi*ro *(imate en0ironment.
No Criteria -emperature 7umidit% 5ind speed :oise <ibration ,loating dust CG $nit

Ana(1,i, re,.(t, ITG3<= ITG3<<


2# !9 043&142 ! 4! 1*7 #! 99 0 42 3!

ITG3<A
2! #1 044&140 #0 40 1*7 #2 98 0 40 3

A((o4a'( e (imit & & & 0 !


213

1 2 3 4 ! #

L m;s d>8 d> \g;m3 \g;m3 \g;m3 \g;m3

2 4 # 0 043&141 #04! 1*7 # 0 8 9 4 1 3 2

223 233

300 30.000233 3!0 200


233 233

8 9 :ote%
& & &

)G2 :G2

'ark 2&3. :ot mentioned in code. 17*. 0ndisco"ered ?-;1!4. )ample is taken at dam site 18 of the *lant. Coordinate 2<: 20003.

@M1#2!2!0F RM0! 8 34.


& RM0! & & & &

?-;1!!. =esettlement area of the *lant. Coordinate 2<: 20003. @M1#3!021F


#48.

?-;1!#. 8t the *lant area. Coordinate 2<: 20003. @M1#29213F RM0!94!12. 213. ?C<: 2# . 2010;>-:'-. :ational technical regulation on noise 223. ?C<: 2 . 2010;>-:'-. :ational technical regulation on "ibration.

233. ?C<: 0!.2009;>-:'-. :ational technical regulation on surrounding air $ualit%. Remar"s% >ase upon anal%sis results of some representati"e criteria for surrounding air $ualit% at project area4 indicate that "alue of all abo"e specifications are within allowable limits of the <ietnamese Code ?C<: 0!.2009;>-:'- and ?C<: 2#.2010;>-:'-. -his pro"es surrounding air en"ironment at project area is not influenced b% some operations are happening at the project area.
!.3.2. ;ater environment% H

S.rfa*e 4ater en0ironment B.a(it1) Ta'(e 29) S.rfa*e 4ater en0ironment mea,.rement and ana(1,i,

No 1 2 3 4 ! # 8 9 10 11

Criteria name p7 Color 9G Conducti"it% -urbidit% CG9 20 >G9 ! :G 3& *G 3& 'ineral grease Coli form

$nit & *t&Co mg;l ^);cm :-0 mg;l mg;l mg;l mg;l mg;l '*:;100 ml
I TG! 8: .24

Re,.(t,
I TG! =9 .21 I TG! =1 .24

ICVN 9C)299CGBTN!T A1 #& &8.! ]M# & & 1 0 4 2 0.1 0.01 2.!0 0 A2 #& &8.! ]M! & & 1 ! # ! 0.2 0.02 !.00 0 B1 !.!& &9 ]M4 & & 3 0 1 ! 1 0 0.3 0.1 .!0 0 B2 !.!& &9 ]M2 & & !0 2! 1! 0.! 0.3 10.00 0

! !.8! 41.1 3.#3 12.8 ! 0.! 0.08 1* 7 120

4 1 #.01 41. 42.#4 14.4 # 0.# 0.09 1*7 !0

4 !.#1 42.8 !2. 2 1 .# 8 0.83 0.12 1*7 9!0

:ote%

- ?-;'39. AVk ):ghe =i"er at the suspension bridge in 9ak -ang commune is of
reser"oir foundation of the 0pper 1on -um 7%dropower *lant4 9ak -ang commune4 1on *long district4 1on -um pro"ince. Coordinate 2<: 20003. @ M 1#3!919F R M 0! #193

&

?-;'40. )ample is taken in 9ak ):ghe =i"er at dam site 18 of the 0pper 1on -um

7%dropower *lant4 'ang Canh commune4 1on *long district4 1on -um pro"ince. Coordinate 2<: 20003. @ M 1#2!2 !F R M 0! 8#80 &

?-;'41. 9Vk /_ stream at behind of spillwa% tunnel portal of the 0pper 1on -um

7%dropower *lant4 :goc -em commune4 1on *long district4 1on -um pro"ince. Coordinate 2<: 20003. @ M 1#38 4 F R M 0!9# 4# & &

1*7. 0ndisco"ered ?C<: 08.2008;>-:'-. :ational technical regulation on surface water $ualit%.

K 81. 5ell usable for household water suppl% purpose and other purposes as 824>1 >2
t%pes

K 82. 0sed for household water suppl% purpose but necessar% to appl% suitable treatment technolog%F conser"ation of a$uatic animals and plants or using purposes like >1 and >2 t%pes. K >1. 0sed for h%draulic irrigation purpose or other using purposes re$uire similar water $ualit% or that of >2 t%pe. K >2. 'arine transportation and other purposes re$uire low water $ualit%. Remar"s% ,rom anal%sis results of basic specifications of water en"ironmental $ualit% on 9ak ):ghe =i"er section and 9ak /o stream upon adjusted plan of 0pper 1on -um 7%dropower project4 indicate that all characteristic $ualit% criteria for ri"er water is within allowable limit of the national technical regulations of surface water $ualit% 2Column 814
>13 I <ietnamese Code ?C<: 08.2008;>-:'- in h%draulic irrigation purpose4 marine transportation purpose or others re$uire similar $ualit%. H

$nder-ro.nd 4ater en0ironment) Ta'(e 21) !ea,.rement% ana(1,i, re,.(t, of .nder-ro.nd 4ater en0ironment.

No 1 2 3 4 ! # :ote%

Criteria name p7 Color 7ardness Cl& :G3&


4 )G Coliform

$nit & *t&Co mg;l mg;l mg;l mg;l '*:;100 ml

Re,.(t, ITGN2C #.42 2 ! 14.18 1.2# 8 4 ITGN2: #.2! 3 81 12. # 1.20 12 # !.! I 8.! & & 2 ! 1! 4 0 3

2&

&

?-;:28. 8t the underground water hole within resettlement area of the 0pper 1on

-um 7%dropower *lant4 9ak -ang commune4 1on *long district4 1on -um pro"ince. Coordinate 2<: 20003. @ M 1#3!1!0F R M 0! #!0.
&

?-;:29. 8t the underground water hole within energ% route area of the 0pper 1on -um

7%dropower *lant4 9ak -ang commune4 1on *long district4 1on -um pro"ince. Coordinate 2<: 20003. @ M 1#3 401F R M 0!94#20. & &

1*7. 0ndisco"ered

?C<: 09.2008;>-:'-. :ational technical regulation on underground water $ualit%. Remar"s% 8ccording to underground water anal%sis results at the construction site of 0pper 1on -um 7%dropower plant and resettlement area upon adjusted plan4 indicate that almost specific targets for underground water $ualit% are within allowable limit of national technical regulation on underground water $ualit% & <ietnamese Code ?C<: 09.2008;>-:'-4 e Ecept for Coliform target eEceeding allowable limit of the code from 1.33 to 2 times.
!.4. C/an-e in e*onomi* F ,o*ia( *ondition

,or obtaining basis to e"aluate en"ironmental impacts on local economic and social conditions at project area upon adjusted plan of 0pper 1on -um 7%dropower plant4 we shall collect information of econom% and societ% at project in 1on =a% and 1on *long districts4 where is under man% influences from implementation of project as following.
!.4.1. &conomic - social condition in Kon Ray district% !.4.1.1. EconomyC

8nnual plant area. ,ield rice is !!4.2# haF mountain field rice is !80.# haF Dndian corn is 91! haF food trees are 81.01 ha.
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Dndustrial plant area.

+ )hort&term industrial plant. 8lmost is sugar cane has are under crop is #1ha;!8.8 ha4 ac$uired 103. 4L according to plan. + /ong&term industrial plant. 8t present4 has 2.023.44 ha;1. ##.24 ha4 in which almost rubber tree4 pepper tree4 coffee tree4 cashew tree and other fruit trees. >reeding. -otal estimated head of cattles and fowls to implement is. # . 09 ;!!.409 units4 in which. 7erd of buffalo. 222;209 unitsF cow. !. 2 ;#.083 unitsF pig 8.3#2 ; 9.291 unitsF goat 1.0#4;1.380 unitsF fowl !2.334;38.44# units.
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,orest%. 8t present4 9# households were assgined to manage4 protect 2.#2! ha forest 2almost is ethnic minorit% people li"ing nearb% forest3 and afforest 243.2 ha of production
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forest. Dllegal transportation and eEploitation of forest products within the district still happen. -otal "iolent case are !! cases with 8#.292 m3 kinds of wood from DD8 to <D group. Dndustr% & Construction. 8lmost operate in woodwork4 grinding and eEploitation of building materials etc in small scale.
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-rade and ser"ice. 5ithin the district there are about 3#0 ser"ice and trading operations.
!.4.1.2. Culture and societyC H *opulation. Dn a"erage4 in 2010 the district there is about 22.!9# people with !.234 households. 6lements of ethnic group. @` NVng. 'aking up 48.3L4 >a :a.

1#.1L4 other ethnic groups. 'aking up #.1L4 1inh. 'aking up 29.!L. 6ducation. ?uantit% of pupil going to school at the beginning of the %ear at all stud% grades is .0 1; .11 pupils4 ac$uired 9!L. -he school s%stem is reinforced and de"eloped with eEpanded training t%pes4 graduall% meeting teaching and learning demands of pupil.
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7ealth. 0ntil now4 total eEamination time is 29.0 8 times4 in&patient $uantit% isa 1.#19 patientsF out&patient $uantit% is 22.08! patientsF patient number mo"ing to other hospital is 21# patientsF total testing time is #.9#2 timesF @ ra% taking time is 1.192 timesF ultra sonic testing time is 3#1 times. 6Eamination and treatment work made progresses4 suppl% of medicine and medical e$uipments is impro"ed. 7ealth indicators of people are continuous impro"ed.
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Culture. -ell the news and propagandi(e timel% to the officials and people on guidelines4 policies of the *art%4 laws of the )tate as well as celebration of the large public holida%s of the )tate.
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)ocial securit% order. Dn general4 social securit% and order situation within the district are maintained stable.
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*lantation.

+ 8nnual plant. 5ith total plantation area of annual plants is !.81! ha4 in which4 mostl% rice4 corn tree and cassa"a tree etc +
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*erennial. 8lmost is coffee trees co"er an area of 249ha.

>reeding. -otal estimated head of cattles and fowls on the whole district. 0.880 units. Dn which. >uffalo. !.!10 unitsF cow. 3424 unitsF pig 401 unitsF chicken. 24.39!

and goat 1 !8 units. 6pidemic situation on the whole district is in tendenc% towards to reduce against pre"ious %ears. ,orestr%. 9eforestation situation for making fields in the mountains and illegal eEploitation4 transportation of forest products still happen4 especiall% in 'ang Canh4 9ak /ong and 7ieu communes etc
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*opulation. 8"erage population densit% of the whole district in 2010 was about 18.88# people with 4.9 0 households. ,amil% planning work is usuall% disseminated to e"er% hamlet and "illge within communes and towns. 6thnic group element. @` NVng. 'aking up 48.9L4 >a :a. 'aking up 13.2L4 others. 'aking up #.4L and 1inh. 'aking up 31.!L.
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6ducation. -otal teachers are nearl% !28 people. -otal pupil of the district is !.#92 pupils. 'aterial facilities for education work are attached special importance to and interested to4 with a "iew to meet teaching and learning demands of pupil but not significant. 8t present4 there are 349 classrooms.
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7ealth. 'edical personnel team is about 12 people4 organi(ed eEamination and treatment for 10.002 patients. 6Eamination and treatment work is impro"ed. Culture. Grgani(e propaganda about guideline of the *art%4 law and policies of the )tate. Grgani(e celebration of the great public holida%s of the countr%4 public culture performance acti"ities4 establish gong craftsman team in both 9ak /ong and 'ang Canh communes. )trengthen to promote and attract in"estment in 'ang 9en ecotourism area.
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)ocial securit% and order. *olitical securit% situation is alwa%s be kept stable4 serious eEecute guidelin4 policies of the *art%4 law and *olic% of the )tate. -he ke% areas4 political and religious subjects are under close management.
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Dn addition to4 as the project performed shall undertake compensation for land clerance and resettlement. =esidential area would ha"e to remo"e 282 households3 in 9ak -ang commune4 1on *long district. -he resettlement area is neEt to the administrati"e center of 9ak -ang commune4 about 1 & 2 km from commune center. -he report shall gi"e general presentation of economic & social de"elopment situation of 9ak -ang commune as a basis for assessment of en"ironmental impacts on economic & social life of the resettlement area in project.
!.4.3. &conomic - social conditions of *a" Tan commune% !.4.3.1. EconomyC H

A-ri*.(t.ra( +rod.*tion)

5inter and spring rice. -otal production sector of 5inter & )pring har"est in 2010 & 2011 culti"ated b% people is 31 ha.
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Corn and cassa"a trees co"er a plantation area of 20 ha. 1inds of "egetable and bean. plantation area is 11 ha. *erennial. Co"er an area of #9 ha.

>reeding. -otal head of cattles and fowls within commune. 1.3!0 units. Dn which. >uffalo. 34 unitsF cow. 4! unitsF goat. 4# unitsF pig !2! units. *resent total fowl is 3.120 units. Fore,tr1) 0nchanged and fair good eEecute law on protection and de"elopment of forest so limited deforestation for making fields in the mountains.
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Tran,+ortation% /1dra.(i*)

-ransportation. Gfficials4 part% members and people of the commune eEpanded4 lowered slope4 adjusted route4 filled up fallen slope and repaired welfare bridges on the section from 9ak -ang hamlet to 9ak *ro hamlet is 10 km in length and the route is 1.!m in width and 2km in length from <i =o :gheo hamlet to 9ak )a hamlet. 8t present4 within the commune there are ! hamlets finished construction of highwa% and three hamlets finished construction of motorwa% to the "illages. 7%draulic. ,ormerl% the commune has bought rock cage and water pipe to repair small h%draulic works of 8 ha mlets. 8t the same time4 directs the hamlets to dredge4 reconstruct eEisting canals and ditches to guarantee irrigation for winter4 spring har"ests as well as crop.
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!ateria( fa*i(itie,) 8t present4 within the commune is undertaking construction of following works.
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<i @a% & 'ang >ut flood pre"ention road 6ntrance into resettlement area 2 at <i =in and 9ak -ang hamlets 5orking building of 9ak -ang Cunior 7igh school 5orking building of 9ak -ang 'edical station

!.4.3.2. Culture and societyC

*opulation. 8t present4 within the commune there are 291 households with 1.39 people. 6thnic group element. @` NVng. making up 49. L4 >a :a. ma king up 1#.!L4 others. making up 4.!L4 1inh. ma king up 29.3L. Dn general4 commune population is une"en distributed4 the%+re almost farming to earn their li"ing with backward culti"ation le"el4 low producti"it%.
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6ducation. Dn the school %ear 2010 & 20114 within the commune there is total 48 teachers are working at the stud% grades. Dn which. *rimar% education. 23 teachers4 Cunior high school. 13 teachers4 4 managers and 1 accountant. -otal pupil at the stud% grades is 284 pupils. Dn which. *re&school. 0! classes with 0 pupilsF primar% education. 1! classes with 1!4 pupilsF Cunior high school. 03 classes with 48 pupils. 8t present4 the whole commune there is 23 classrooms4 in which 19 reinforced class rooms4 02 semi&reinforced classrooms and 02 temporar% classrooms. 7ealth. 'edical personnel team are regular members of the station are ! people4 in which 02 ph%sicians4 01 druggist4 01 nurse and 01 midwife . Culture. *ropagandi(e policies of the *art% and )tate to the people4 especiall% policies bringing direct benefits to the people4 construct cultural4 prosperous and powerful hamlets and "illages. )ecurit%4 national defence. *olitical securit% is alwa%s stable and be maintained4 complicated cases did not happen. Gfficials and people serious eEecute guideline of the *art%4 laws and policies of the )tate. "enera( e0a(.ation)
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Advanta es%

/and4 ground and climate conditions are "er% con"enient to de"elop agriculture4 geological location is "er% con"enient for goods transportation. 7a"ing enormous potentialit% to de"elop tourist and ser"ice industries4 as moti"e power for di"ersified de"elopment of industrial and home industrial professions. Dnfrastructures as electricit%4 road4 school4 station and welfare works within these districts are in"ested in and impro"ed. Cultural and spiritual life as well as in production of people were significant increased4 contributed to undertake and getting high results in po"ert% alle"iation in region :e"ertheless4 besides ad"antages and ac$uired achie"ements4 certain difficulties still eEist.
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*ifficulties% 8wareness of people is limited4 some people still rel% on the )tate. /imited $ualifications of officials from hamlet4 "illage to commune.

)ome in"ested works within region stored too badl% b% people to obtain good results during period of use.

-he in"estment programs to support li"ing4 agricultural economic models4 scientific and technical transfer are widel% performed on a large scale4 but application results after project are not as eEpected.
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Dn general4 in order to make use effecti"el% potentialities for economic de"elopment in general4 rural agricultural economic de"elopment in particular4 of the project area as well as resettlement area4 the Compan% shall cooperate with the local go"ernment to undertake. >uilding up $ualifications for personnel team4 training to impro"e $ualifications of people
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6nhancing in"estment in construction of production models for people to learn and transfer science and technolog% 'obili(ing and inserting sources of de"elopment in"estment for some essential infrastructures as. 5elfare works are electricit%4 road4 school and station up to the hamlet and "illage
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9e"eloping in"estment in h%draulic works

'aintaining and de"eloping cultural institutions of nati"e culture4 little b% little create good conditions for people to access4 enjo% and create premise for de"elopment of agricultural econom% and rural econom% with the eEisting potentialities. C#AN"E IN ENVIRON!ENTAL I!PACTS AND !EAS$RES TO !INI!I&E NE"ATIVE I!PACTS OF T#E PRO ECT
#. #.1. C/an-e in en0ironment im+a*t, of t/e +ro5e*t

Dn basicall%4 negati"e impacts on the en"ironment shall be less changed against what mentioned in the en"ironmental impacts assessment =eport of the 0pper 1on -um 7%dropower *roject has been adopted upon 9ecision :o.1 18;?A&>-:'- dated 29th 8ugust 2008 of the 'inistr% of :atural =esources and 6n"ironment. :e"ertheless4 because change of the aforesaid main specifications of the project4 hence sources of impact4 scale and le"el of impacts on en"ironment are also changed. Dn this =eport4 we shall specific e"aluate en"ironmental impacts properl% with present situation of the *roject.
#.1.1. Preparation and construction period% #.1.1.1. Change in impacts because of #asteC

9uring this period4 the impacts because of waste mostl% occur due to dust from rock eEca"ation work for construction of works at pressure route and energ% route4dust and polluted gases4noise from machines4 "ehicles4 household wastewater4 construction

waste4 household solid waste4 construction waste and a $uantit% of eEhausted grease from maintenance of machines4 e$uipments etc. -hese impacts are not remarkable changed against pre"ious selected project 2in load4 le"el of pollution and impact suffered objects ha"e been anticipated in the en"ironmental impacts assessment =eport has been adopted3. Dn addition to4 according to en"ironmental realities obser"ational results at *roject area as per section !.34 en"ironmental $ualit% at the project area there is no sign of pollution. -his demonstrates that en"ironment in project area is not suffered bad impacts from acti"ities here.
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C/an-e affe*tin- to e*o(o-i*a( ,1,tem)

Dmpacts on ecological s%stem are not changed against what mentioned on the en"ironment impacts assessment =eport has been adopted. :e"ertheless4 according to adjustment plan4 flooding area of 9ak ):ghe /ake is 08.1 ha4 reduced 1!1.8# ha against pre"ious selected plan 28!949# ha3. ,auna on this area is no longer suffered from bad impacts on faunal at reser"oir area as before.
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C/an-e affe*tin- to e*onomi* F ,o*ia( (ife)

9amage in land. ,or changing according to retention le"el plan is 1.1#0m4 damaged land area in 9ak -ang4 'ang >ut4 'ang Canh and :goc -em communes in 1on *long district and 9ak 1oi4 1on =a% district are 801.8 ha4 reduction against pre"ious plan 2942.9#ha3.
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9amage in housing4 public works and infrastructures.

,or retention le"el adjustment plant is 1.1#0m4 according to in"estigation figures in :o"ember 200 4 houshold number whose flooded land is shown in below table. Ta'(e 22) Stati,ti*, of /o.,e/o(d n.m'er 4/o,e f(ooded (and. Stati,ti*a( fi-.re, Pre0io., +(an Ad5.,ted +(an #o.,e/o( Peo+(e #o.,e/o( Peo+(e d d n.m'er n.m'er n.m'er n.m'er 2> 1.211 C2 8> : : 2A 1.1>= 3# > 8 28 13 ! 49 23 3 12 3 ! 1 1 2 ! 3 # 81 1<2 31 1 ! 81 1.8A8 C2 8> 9 :

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P(a*e name, Dak Tan- *omm.ne 8gricultural household 7amlet 1 2<i =in 1423 7amlet 3 :on&agricultural household 7amlet 1 2<i =in 1423 7amlet 3 !an- B.t *omm.ne 8gricultural household Tota(

8 1 2 > 1 2 8

7ence4 household number whose flooded land is much reduced against pre"ious selected plan 2310 flooded households3.
#.1.1.3. Change in risk of environmental problemsC

Dn few %ears backwards4 due to weather change caused unforeseen disasters. Dn 20094 because impacts of climate change4 flood happening on head water of )e )an =i"er was fair abnormal4 especiall% in )eptember 2009 caused historical flood and suddenl% changed flood regime on )e )an =i"er and flood to 0pper 1on -um dam site. -he project area and neighboring areas were suffered from which with serious economic and social damages. ,igures of peak of flood in )eptember 2009 as below. Ta'(e 28) #ei-/t of +eak of f(ood in Se+tem'er 299: at t/e /1drometeoro(o-i*a( ,tation, of 3on T.m +ro0in*e
#1drometeoro(o-i*a ( ,tation 1on -um 1on *l_ng AVk -_ AVk 'bt #ei-/t of +eak of f(ood ?*m@ !241! !9 20 !9013 !81#! A++earan*e +eriod 23.00 *' 29th )ep 2009 21.00 *' 29th )ep 2009 19.00 *' 29th )ep 2009 23.00 *' 29th )ep 2009 A-ain,t a(arm 8 /arger. 414 cm /arger. 419 cm /arger. 2#4 cm /arger. 02 cm A-ai n,t (ar-e, t 113 cm 10 cm 133 cm 229 cm

Source% +teering Committee for flood prevention of Kon "um province

-his pro"es that project area shall ha"e potential impacts from natural factors as dillu"ial rains eroding rock and causing industrial accidientsF break down of border dike ma% happen upon presentation of flood with fre$uenc% eEceeding flood fre$uenc% during construction period. -herefore4 the Compan% shall take measures to pre"ent those during months of rain and stom during both construction and commission period of the project.
#.1.2. ;ater accumulation and operation period of the plant% #.1.2.1. Change in impacts because of #asteC

-he en"ironmental impacts assessment =eport has been adopted does not include assessment of waste4 the additional en"ironmental impacts assessment =eport shall assess impacts on natural4 economic & social en"ironment during this period4 according to below new plan.
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For ,o.r*e, of d.,t and eD/a.,ted -a,)

Gperation of the transport means. 'ostl% occur from the transport mean meeting and seeing off about !0 officials and works to and from the plant. 6stimate $uantit% of "ehicles go in or out of the plant is ! trips; da% in a"erage4 almost used fuel is 9ie(en oil 2) M 0.2!L3 shall eEhaust to the air en"ironment $uantit% of eEhaust fume containing pollutants as. dust4 :G24 )G2 and CG.

>ase upon pollution factor stipulated b% the 0nited )tates 6n"ironmental *rotection 8genc% 20)6*83 and 5orld 7ealth Grgani(ation 257G34 load of pollutants eEhausted to the air en"ironment b% "ehicles on transporting road section at the a"erage distance of 100km4 is calculated below. Ta'(e 2=) Po((.tion (oad of t/e 0e /i*(e,. No 1 2 3 4 Po((.tant 9ust )G2 :G2 CG Po((.tion fa*tor ?k-G1999 kmG0e/i*(e@ 0.0 2. 4c ) 2.2! #.0 Load ?E@ ?m-Gm.,@ 4.0!.10&# 0.4.10&# 1.3.10&4 3.4!.10&4

8bo"e calculation results indicate that load of pollutants eEhausted b% the "ehicles is "er% low. Dt is because during this period4 fre$uenc% and $uantit% of "ehicles go in or out of project area is small. -herefore4 impact of eEhausted gas from those on en"ironment is not remarkable.
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For ,o.r*e of noi,e)

:oise occurs from acti"ities of generator for project and turbine engine as running4 it+s also from flood discharge process of the plant. :oise le"el from those is about 90 & 100 d>8 2according to sur"e% document at some h%dropower plants as Ra l%4 )on /a4 9a :him etc. -o e"aluate impacts of noise on surrounding en"ironments4 use calculation method of spread of noise from man% different sources4 specificall%. / M /p & ?/d & ?/b & ?/n 2d>3 Dn which. + / . :oise spreading to calculation point in surrounding en"ironment. + /p. :oise le"el of source of noise. + d/d & :oise le"el reduces upon distance d at the fre$uenc% i4 d/d M 20lg e2r2;r131Kaf r1 &
9istance to source of noise corresponding of /p 21 m3

r2 & Calculation distance of reduction degree of noise le"el corresponding to /i 2m3 a & Coefficient taking into account of effect of noise absoprtion of land terrain 2a M 03 + ?/b. :oise le"el reduced as spreading through obstacle 2cladding structures4 row of

green trees and retaining wall34 ?/b M 0

+ ?/n. :oise le"el is absorbed b% air and surrounding surfaces4 ?/n M 0 Ta'(e 2<) Noi,e (e0e( at ,ome di,tan*e, ?takin- into a**o.nt of ,+read of noi,e@. Noi,e (e0e( of ,o.r*e ?dBA@ 90 & 110 -C<: 398!.1999 Noi,e (e0e( i, 8m from ,o.r*e of noi,e ?dBA@ 80.4# & 90.4# Noi,e (e0e( i, <m from ,o.r*e of noi,e ?dBA@ #.02 & 8#.02 8! Noi,e (e0e( i, 19m from ,o.r*e of noi,e ?dBA@ 0 & 80

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:ote% - <ietnamese )tandard "CB0 (=:>C&===C 0oise standard for production sector%

,rom abo"e calculation results4 indicate that in the scale of smaller than 10m larger than allowable limit according to noise standard for production sector & <ietnamese )tandard -C<: 398!.1999. -herefore4 it shall affect to emplo%ees+ health4 reduce listening abilit% and then reduce work efficienc% and producti"it%.
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For ,o.r*e of /o.,e/o(d 4a,te4ater)

7ousehold wastewater. 8lmost appeared from li"ing acti"ities of officials and workers at the project area. -his source of wastewater containing a fair large amount of pollutants as residues4 suspended solids 2))34 organics 2>G94 CG934 nutrients 2:4*3 and microbes. 8ccumulation of wastewater on land4 inside land and e"en source of surface water shall pollute the surrounding en"ironment. -his also a reason wh% causing contagious epidemics. ,or about !0 officials and workers working at the plant4 water demand for li"ing purposes is nearl% !m3;da% 2100 liters; person in a"erage34 wastewater $uantit% occurs is
4m3;da% D#aste#ater capacity is equal to :6I supplied #ater capacityE. 8ccording to rapid e"aluation method of ).C. 8rcei"ala4 "olume of pollutants eEhausted to the en"ironment b% one person e"er% da% is presented in below table.

Ta'(e 2A) Dirt (oadG+er,onGda1Gni-/t No 1 2 3 4 ! # 8 Po((.tant, >G9! CG9 -)) : I :74K :on&mineral grease -otal : -otal * Coliform Load ?-G +er,onGda1Gni-/t@ 4! I !4 2I 102 0I 14! 2.4 I 104.8 I 30 # I 12 0.8 I 4 10# I 109 Load ?-Gda1Gni-/ 2.2!0t@ I 2. 00 3.#00 I !.100 3.!00 I .2!0 120 I 240 !00 I 1.!00 300 I #00 40 I 200 !.10 I !.1010

Ta'(e 2>) Con*entration of +o((.tant, in /o.,e/o(d 4a,te4ater 4it/o.t treatment.

No 1 2 3 4 ! #

Po((.tant, >G9! CG9 -)) : I :74K :on&mineral grease -otal : -otal *

Con*entration of +o((.tant, ?m-G(iter@ !#2.! I # ! 900 I 1.2 ! 8 ! I 1.812.! 30 I #0 12! I 3 ! !I 1!0 10 I !0 1.2!.10 I 1.2!.1010

ICVN 1=)299CGBTN! T (Colum #0 & 120 12 24 & & !.000

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:ote% & &

Coliform

;CB0 &4C'66:5<"0)"- 0ational technical regulation on household #aste#ater% Applying coefficient K G&,' for production base less than >66 people, Cma, G C , K%

8bo"e calculation results indicate that concentration of all pollutants in untreated household wastewater eEceeding allowable le"el in man% times against ?C<: 14.2008;>-:'-. 8s presenting at the source of recei"ing4 wastewater shall increase concentration of pollutants in water and pollute source of surface water in region4 affecting to en"ironment and causing re"ersal impact on human4 for instance. -he organics at high concentration shall cause reduction of concentration of dissol"ed oE%gen in water because micro&organism uses this oE%gen capacit% to decompose organics. 9issol"ed oE%gen $uantit% is reduced to under !0L saturation shall affect to eEistence and de"elopment of a$uatic species. /ow o%Egen capacit% also reduce self& cleaning probabilit% of the ri"er.
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)uspended solid 2-))3 is the agent causing negati"e influences on a$uatic resources asw ell as photosensiti"e harms4 such as. Dncreasing turbidit% of source of water and aggradate ri"er bed and reser"oir foundation. 7igh -)) is one of the causes affecting de"elopment of ephemerous animal and plant.
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:utrients 2:4 *3. 8s too high concentration of nutrients is not remo"e4 shall eutrophication the source of recei"ing wastewater. 8t that time4 a$uatic plant species strong grow up and die4 and then deca% polluting the source of water.
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'icro&organisms within dung. >acteria4 "irus4 mushroom4 protoplast and parasitic worms etc are germ t%pes ma% be spread through water en"ironment and penetrate into human bod% and ma% cause diseases.
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For ,o.r*e of /o.,e/o(d ,o(id 4a,te and /armf.( 4a,te)

)olid waste. Gperation feature of h%dropower is not occurring production waste. )o occurred waste mostl% is household solid waste of !0 officials and workers. -he% are including pieces of redundant foods4 redundant rice4 n%lo bags4 boE co"ers and waste papers etc. )tagnation of these wastes for a few da%s4 if an%4 shall cause bad odour is the en"ironment for spreading infection diseases to human. ,or such $uantit% of officials and workers4 estimate e"er% person maEimum eEhausts 0.8kg;da% in a"erage 2according to ?C<:.01;2008;>@9 on Construction *lanning of the 'inistr% of Construction34 in e"er%da%4 solid waste "olume occurs would be 40kg. 7armful waste. 8lmost is eEhausted grease from ser"ice4 maintenance of engine4 e$uipments and machines of the h%dropower plant. >esides4 it+s also insulating oil containing *C>s4 cancer pathogen.
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K 6Ehausted grease. 9ue to ser"ice4 maintenance of engine and "ehicles. 8lthough $uantit% is not much4 but it+s necessar% to collect to a"oid polluting water and earth en"ironment. K -ransformer residual oil containing *C>s 2pol%clorua biphen%l3. Gccur from ser"ice4 maintenance process of transformer4 capacitors and "oltage adjusting de"ice. -his substance remarkable harms the en"ironment and human health. -herefore4 it+s necessar% to absolute collect to pre"ent pollution of *C>s.
#.1.2.2 Change in impacts not because of #asteC

Im+a*t, on re,er0oir 4ater B.a(it1 2because change in area4 reser"oir capacit% and ele"ation3.
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8t the period of storing water in reser"oir4 reser"oir water $ualit% shall depend on reser"oir bed cleaning up process. Df it+s not performed well4 shall pollute and reduce reseri"oir water $ualit% in association with other negati"e impacts on a$uatic s%stem4 de"elopment of fisher% in reser"oir bed area as well as local people life ,or narrowed reser"oir capacit% against before from 1 3. millions m3 to 14!.!2
millions m3 and reduction of reser"oir surface area from 8.# km2 to .081 km2 ma% e"aluate reser"oir water $ualit% through some following criteria.

-emperature 2temperature stratification phenomon within rese"oir3. >ased upon figures from som reser"oirs in 5estern 7ighlands are 400m abo"e sea le"el as. -onle )ap /ake 2*leiku I 800m3 and Ral% /ake 2Bia /ai4 1on -um I 00m34 did not dis"oer an% temperature stratification inside lake but temperature gradient between surface la%er and bottom la%er about # I oC. -herefore4 the reser"oir of 0pper 1on -um 7%dropower
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within 5estern 7ighlands and its depth although increased about 0.3!m highe than before4 but not remarkable. 7ence4 it shall ha"e similar features as abo"e lakes. 9egree of minerali(ation of water. >ase upon some obser"ational documents of some reser"oirs that commissioned such as. 9au -ieng4 -ri 8n and 7inh =i"er =eser"oirs presented that which of natural ri"er water and reser"oir water is similar with each other or increased but "er% little4 from 3&!L. 7owe"er4 reser"oir water is seasonal changed4 degree of minerali(ation increases in flood season but decreases in dr% season. 7ence4 ma% similar forecast for the 0pper 1on -um reser"oir4 although changes in capacit%4 area and depth4 but degree of minerali(ation there is no remarkable fluctuation and not changed much more than 9ak ):ghe =i"er water and would be seasonal changed.
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:utrients and organics. 9issol"ed oE%gen indicate 29G3 has close relation to the biological decomposable organics. 8fter forming reser"oir4 the nutritional regime and organics in reser"oir would be remarkable changed and close relating to the biological and chemical processes in reser"oir foundation. Dn water ecos%stems4 reduction of dissol"ed oE%gen content close depends on reser"oir foundation cleaning up. Gnce reser"oir is cleaned up carefull%4 dissol"ed oE%gen content is little reduced and "ice "ersa.
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-o forecast dissol"ed oE%gen $uantit% in 0pper 1on -um 7%dropower reser"oir4 it+s necessar% to calculate needed oE%gen $uantit% to oEidi(e all organics of plants and soil in reser"oir foundation4 b% using empiric formula of 8.D.9enhino"a below. G2 M 210 Ngt E ) Ngt K 10t" E 9t"3;1.000 Dn which. + G2. :ecessar% oE%gen $uantit% to oEidi(e all organics decomposed from flooded
plants and soil in reser"oir foundation

+ 10

Ngt

. 6mpirical coefficient presents necessar% oE%gen $uantit% to oEidi(e all

composed organics in 1 ha flooded soil in reser"oir foundation. ,or tropical soil 10 Ngt

M 48.8 kg;ha. + 10t". 6mpirical coefficient presents necessar% oE%gen $uantit% to oEidi(e all
decomposerd organics in a ton of flooded plant in reser"oir foundation in dr% basis. ,or timber bod% 2bod%4 branch and root3. 10t" M 944 kg;tgnF for lea"es and gress. 10t" M #40 kg;ton.

+ ) Ngt . =eser"oir area + 9t". >io mass in absolute dr% basis of the flooded plants in reser"oir foundation. 6stimated total biomass of flooded plant t%pes in 0pper 1on -um 7%dropower reser"oir is. 1!.0#1.4 ton. 7ence4 oE%gen $uantit% to oEidi(e organics of plants and soil in reser"oir foundation is.

G2 M 210 Ngt E ) NgtK10t" E 9t"3;1.000 M 248.8 E 08.1K10.994.8 E 9.4K4.0##.!9 E #.03;1.000 M 1#2.30 tgn. ,or dissol"ed oE%gen concentration in reser"oir is #.01 mg;l 2e$ui"alent to dissol"ed oE%gen concentration in 9ak ):ghe =i"er3 and total reser"oir capacit% is 14!.!2 millions m34 total 9G $uantit% in reser"oir would be 8 4.! ! ton. Df it+s necessar% to oEidi(e all rec%cled biomass during cleaning up process until period of water accumulation is 12.2#94 e$ui"alent to 4.9 mg;l. 7owe"er4 if reser"oir foundation is careful cleaned up before storing water in reser"oir4 remo"e all trees with big trunks4 branches4 lea"es and gress. 8t that time4 remained biomass $uantit% would be rec%cled "egetable biomass $uantit% about 3.012.294 ton. GE%gen $uantit% must be spent to oEidi(e all organics in reser"oir is !2.#3 ton4 remaining oE%gen in reser"oir would be 821.94# ton e$ui"alent to !.#! mg;l. -herefore4 as reser"oir foundation is careful cleaned up4 water $ualit% 2dissol"ed oE%gen concentration3 although reduced against before reser"oir is made4 but water $ualit% is still assured for "egetation t%pes li"ing in reser"oir. 8bilit% to eutrophicationi(e. -his phenomon if happens shall mud water with colors and fish% smell because of serial kill of seaweed4 shall increase >G94 CG9 and :74K and
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6utrophication probabilit% of the reser"oir ma% be e"aluated as following. Dt+s also based upon reser"oir foundation before storing water in reser"oir. ?? *lan 1 2*13. 'aintain fauna realities. ?? *lan 2 2*23. Clean up and chop about !0L fauna "olume. ?? *lan 3 2*33. Clean up and chop about !L fauna "olume. >ase upon allowable maEium load of phosphorous in reser"oir of <ollenwinder 219 #3. /cM10$s c 21K29;$s304!3F $sM?;8 Dn which. + + /c. )tandardi(ed phosphorous load to mg *;m24 if it+s increased to 2 & 3 times4 reser"oir
eutrophication phenomenon would happen.

$s. =unning speed through reser"oir 2 2.148 m;%ear3.

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8. =eser"oir area 2 .081 km23. ?. 5ater $uantit% running to the reser"oir 2!10.88.10#m3;%ear3. 9. 8"erage depth of reser"oir 220.!! m3. /cM110#.! mg*;m2 M .83! ton *.

>ackground phosphorous "alue on 9ak )nghe =i"er 2according to e"aluated figures3 is 20.41 ton. 8ccording to agricultural waste managing scener% notebook of the 0nites )tates 9epartment of 8griculture 2199234 *hosphorous $uantit% in biomass made up about 0.09L total flooded biomass $uantit% in reser"oir e$ui"alent to 13.!!! tons. Dn which4 decomposable "alue is 0.09L4 flooded composable biomass in reser"oir is e$ui"alent to 3.## tons. 8ccording to the plans4 "alue of * is presented in below table. Ta'(e 2C) Va(.e P in re,er0oir a**ordin- to re,er0oir fo.ndation *(eanin- .+ +(an, Tar-et P =eser"oi r $ni t Fo.ndatio n 0a(.e 199H Bioma ,, Fo.ndatio n J 199H 24.0 Fo.ndatio n J <9H Bioma,, 22.24 Fo.ndatio n J 2<H Bioma,, 21.32! 8K !aDim. m 0a(.e P 23.!0#

-o 20.41 3.## n 7ence4 as reser"oir foundation is cleaned up at least about !L biomass is flooded in the reser"oir4 eutrophucation phenomenon is unable to happen4 water $ualit% is guarantee for creatures li"ing in reser"oir.
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Change in water $ualit% in lowlands.

9uring the first %ears4 store water during about 4 & ! %ears4 water $ualit% in lowlands of 9ak /o =i"er is of -ra 1huc =i"er basin ma% be affected because it+s reduced to some eEtent 2due to biomass decomposation in reser"oir3. -herefore4 after running through the h%dropower plan in this time4 water ma% ha"e impact on water $ualit% in lowlands. 8s the plant is stable commissioned4 allu"ium $uantit% almost deposited in reser"oir foundation4 therefore4 after deri"ation and generating tunnel run to 9ak /o stream4 allu"ium concentration in water here ma% be reduced.
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C/an-e in mi*roF*(imate *ondition) ,or reduction of free surface area of reser"oir from 8.# km 2 to .081 km24 a part of

water losing abilit% shall reduce. -otal e"aporation is 1.421.3 mm;%ear before storing water in reser"oir and increase of e"aporation losses upon presentation of reser"oir is

41# mm;%ear4 at that time4 total e"aporation would be 1.82 .3 mm. 7ence4 micr&climate regime at project area is impro"ed certainl% and not changed so much than before. *ure and cool air4 high air humidit% stimulates de"elopment of trees need sun light4 de"elopes more some trees adapting with the new climate conditions. 8 part of fauna surrounding project area is stable restored earl%4 bringing back natural surface landscape as the initial state. Dn general4 as the reser"oir is commissioned4 shall contribute to impro"e subarea micro&climate of remarkabl% and this impact shall last during eEistence of reser"oir.
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C/an-e in /1dro-ra+/i* re-ime of f(o4) -he 0pper 1on -um h%dropower plant has basin area increased from 3!0 km 2 to 3 4 km2 and

reser"oir capacit% reduced from 1 3. millions m3 to 14!.!2 millions m3 changing initial current regime of 9ak ):ghe =i"er. 7%drographic regime shall be changed basicall% from ri"er t%pe into reser"oir t%pe. Dn e"er% %ear4 water le"el of

reser"oir would change from dead water le"el 21.138m3 to retention le"el 21.1#0m3. 8nd then4 it shall ha"e impact on ecos%stem as well as abilit% to suppl% basin of 9ak ):ghe =i"er with water from dam site 18 and basin of )e )an =i"er4 specificall% .
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<mpact on water usin issue of Se San River%

,or )e )an =i"er basin. )e )an =i"er is one of the large branches of 'e 1ong =i"er basin4 originated from the mountainous region in the :orth of 5estern 7ighlands in <ietnam4 and then running to Cambodia. 'ain ri"er is 23 km in total length4 basin is 11.4!0 km2 in area4 entire )e )an
=i"er is within Bia /ai and 1on -um pro"inces. 7ence4 basin area up to dam site 18 location made up about 3.2 L )e )an =i"er basin area. -herefore4 mo"ing water to -ra 1huc =i"er basin shall reduce flow discharge of )e )an =i"er. 8ccording to stud% figures of step planning for )e )an =i"er h%dropower and 0pper 1on -um h%dropower plant project4 indicated that construction of this h%dropower plant and mo"ing water to -ra 1huc =i"er basin shall reduce approEimatel% 2 0 B5h;%ear 22 0 millions kwh;%ear3 of all 4 h%dropower plants are now operating on )e )an =i"er are Ra li4 )e )an 34 38 and 4. 7owe"er4 after

0pper 1on -um h%dropower plant is commissioned4 shall generate about 824.2 millions kwh;%ear 2after deducting from reduction of the plants3. Dn general4 although mo"ing water to -ra 1huc =i"er basin and for the purpose of power generation for the countr%4 but shall affect to flow on entire )e )an =i"er basin. ,rom that point4 shall affect water suppl% to generate power for the h%dropower plants on this ri"er4 ne"ertheless4 benefits from mo"ing water and "er% large $uantit% of generated power4 therefore4 construction of the 0pper 1on -um h%dropower plant is conforming to the Gfficial dispatch :o. 49#;C*&C: dated 0 th Cune 2001 of the Bo"ernment on adoption of step planning for )e )an =i"er. ,or )e )an =i"er basin area. 0pon change in main figures of the 0pper 1on -um h%dropower plant4 shall not change its flow rate as running to Cambodia. 8ccording to
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calculations4 its smallest monthl% flow rate 2dr% season3 after commissioning )e )an 4 h%dropower plant and combining with )a -ha% =i"er about 104.!m3;s4 meanwhile its
natural flow is about 4!.1m3;s. -hus4 after running to Cambodia4 it is not onl% not reduced but also increased especiall% in dr% season. H H

<mpact on environment and a6ility to supply water of *a" S: he River 6asin%

,or en"ironmental aspect4 for ecos%stem at the ri"er section just behind the dam. 8ccording to -ennant method & e"aluation method upon capacit% percentage left b% the ri"er after regulation4 it+s considered as necessar% to maintain structure and functions of water ecos%stem. Ta'(e 2:) Ne*e,,ar1 f(o4 to maintain ri0er *ondition 4it/ Tennent met/od. Li 0in- *ondition maintainin- -oa( Gutstanding noteworth% 6Ecellent Bood 'oderate or reduced *oor or smallest )erious reduction A0era-e f(o4 +er*enta-e ?H @ Dr1 ,ea,on Rain1 ,ea,on 40 #0 30 20 10 10 0 & 10 !0 40 30 10 0 I 10 Ri0er *a+a*it1 (e0e( ?m8G,@ Dr1 Rain1 ,ea,on ,ea,on 1.904 11.22 1.428 0.9!0 0.4 # 0.4 # 0 I 0.4 # 9.3 ! .4 8 !.# 1 1.8 0 I 1.8

8ccording to this method4 flow is minimum maintained to 10L to guarantee eEistence and de"elopment of underwater ecos%stem. 0pon calculations of the Dnstitute of 5ater =esources *lanning4 a"erage capacit% of 9ak ):ghe =i"er in dr% season is 4. #m3;s. 8t times of impounding4 should consider flow rate of the ri"er section combining with the weir with 9ak >la =i"er is about !8. km in length would be reduced. :e"ertheless4 this ri"er section has man% stream branches entered into with a"erage capacit% in dr% season is 2.8 m3;s 2including combination with 9ak 8 1oi stream3. -he ri"er section just behind pre"ious dam site is about 8km in length with flow rate is changed from 0.0! m3;s to 0.4 # m3;s ma% be reduced remarkabl%4 especiall% in dr%
season. ,rom that point4 it shall affect ecos%stem in regional and ma% ha"e bad impact on li"ing en"ironment and pre"ent migration of a$uatic creatures. :e"ertheless4 upon new adjusted plan4 its length before stream branches entering into is shortened about 4. km4 so impact le"el on ecos%stem is reduced than before. -he neEt ri"er section is about !4km in length with flow rate is apprEimatel% 0.4 # m3;s and more4 therefore4 there is no remarkable impact on ecos%stem at this ri"er section. H

8bilit% to suppl% water.

+ ,or the ri"er just behind weir is where has slope mountainous and abrupt terrain in 1on *long district4 no residential area is arranged4 there is no farming land 2in"estigation figure in 200 34 hence4 mo"ing water to -ra 1huc =i"er basin shall not ha"e impact on water suppl% here. + -he ri"erside area and neighboring area towards dam site basin4 out of small stream branches4 there is also large stream branches entering into 9ak ):ghe =i"er is 9ak 8 1oi large stream branch about 33. km from dam site 184 and 9ak *o :e is about 38.3 km from the dam site. ,or water suppl% demand4 the ri"erside as well as neighboring area has no residential area arranged4 there is no industrial parks and clusters4 water using demand in dam basin area is almost for welfare of people and agricultural sector. ,or instance4 communes in 0pper 1on -um dam basin area there is 9ak ):ghe =i"er goes through 9ak 1oi4 9ak -o /ung4 -an /ap4 9ak =uong and 9ak -o =e communes and 9ak ="e town4 1on =a% district4 1on -um pro"ince. 9ak 1oi commune 2with 10 hamlets34 9ak -o /ung commune 2with hamlets3. *opulation and farming land is concentrated in 9ak 8 1oi stream side and absolute use 9ak 8 1oi stream water. 9ak *ne commune 2with 4 hamlets3 and 9ak ="e town4 population and farming land also used water on 9ak *o :e stream branch. 9ak =uong commune 214 hamlets3 and 9ak -o =e 212 hamlets34 its population and farming land located on 9ak ):ghe =i"er side. 7owe"er4 this ri"er section has abundent source of water because it was added with source of water from 9ak 8 1oi and 9ak *o :e ri"er branches. Dn addition to4 on main current of 9ak ):ghe =i"er 22!.2 km from 0pper 1on -um dam towards downstream34 there is onl% on 9ak ):ghe weir taking water from main current to water about 1!0 ha farm land of of hamlet 3 & -an /ap commune. -herefore4 real water using deman behind 0pper 1on -um dam is mostl% of -an /ap commune. 8ccording to water demand results for welfare of the people and agriculture 2culti"ated crops and breeding3 until 2020 is #.2 millions m3 e$ui"alent to 0.#93 m3;s. Ta'(e 89) Water ,.++(1 demand for $++er 3on T.m dam (o4(and, .nti( 2929. N o D 1 2 1 Water ,.++(1 4ork D==DB8-DG: )0**/R 9ak ):ghe dam )mall irrigation works commune Drrigation suppl% 7G0)67G K >=669D:B f o r -a n / a p Irri-ation area ?/a@ Pre0io., ED+e*te d Rea(itie, +(an ?2911 L 2929@ 3 28 !30 0 8 1!0 1! 0 !8 0 Water reB.irement, ?mi((ion m8@ 2. 4.! #.04 200 380 Water ,.++(1 ?mi((ion m8@

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/9 )0**/R 58-6=

Pre0io.,

Rea(itie,

ED+e*ted

+(an 1 DD D )uppl% population in basin area from behind 0pper 1on -um dam to combined 9ak *o :e branch -G-8/ 58-6= )0**/R 0.082 2.8! 0.1#2 4. 3

?2911 L 2929@ 0.23 #.2

-hus4 according to rate of flow at middle area after dam closure is about 1.!2m3;s4
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water suppl% for this area is still guaranteed.

#han in current re ime of *a" =o stream%

,or current of 9ak /o stream4 operation process of the plant 2for purpose of power generation3 changes current regime4 but current changing amplitude is small and continuous fluctuation during the %ear. Dn one da%4 current capacit% is smaller than normal from 0#.00 8' to 18.00 *' and larger than normal from 18.00 *' to 0#.00 8' in the neEt da%4 as the plant eEhausts water for power generation.
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<mpacts on a6ility to supply water in Tra Khuc River 6asin%

8ccording to pre"ious in"estigation and assessment results4 -ra 1huc =i"er basin has crowded population and potentialit% in agriculture4 so water using demand is rather high. 8t present4 howe"er4 lack of water happens usuall% especiall% in dr% season4 but here which is ended about 3 months longer than )e )an =i"er basin. -herefore4 the 0pper 1on -um h%dropower plant with reser"oir capacit% is approEimiatel% 14!.!2 millions m34 after water discharge running through the plant for power generation shall transfer about 29.9#m3;s water into 9ak /o stream and then running to -ra 1huc =i"er.
8lthough this capacit% is reduced than before 230.!m3;s3 but not remarkable and irrigation water is still supplied full% helping to increase culti"ated crop producti"it%. -he benefited area from the source of water behind the 0pper 1on -um h%dropower plant in dr% season is not onl% -ra 1huc =i"er basin but also -ra >ong =i"er downstream area4 <e =i"er 2within -hanh :am s%stem irrigation area3 within ?uang :gai pro"ince. H H

De+o,ition% ero,ion and re,er0oir (o,in- a'i(it1)

=eser"oir deposition. =i"er pre"ention banking4 creating reser"oir and storing water in reser"oir sudden changes flow rate and apperance of a static waters created sludge and allu"ial accumulation and deposition phenomenon in reser"oir. =eser"oir foundation deposition process shall change deepl% h%drographic & h%draulic regime of current. 8lthough reser"oir capacit% is reduced to about 28.18 millions m3 but abilit% to deposit still happens. -o calculate sludge deposition "olume to dam site 184 use sludge measurement document in 1on *long )tation 21994 & 200!3. Calculate during a long period in proportion with annual current to obtain sludge "olume to 1on *long station route

during 219#0 & 200!3 and appl% calculation formula for mo"ing sludge to dam site 184 with densit% of suspended sludge about 1.182 ton;m3 and remo"ed sludge is 1.!!4
tons;m3. -otal sludge result to dam site 18 is shown in below table.

Ta'(e 81) Tota( ann.a( ,(.d-e B.antit1 to dam ,ite 1 -previous plan/ and dam ,ite 1A -adjusted plan/ Dam ,ite 1 1A I ?m8G,@ 1!.2 1#.2 I, ?k-G,@ 1.!2! 1.#3! W(( Wd ; 8 W W(( Wd ;8 12. 4 13. 3 W

19 tonG1ear 48. 1 !1. # 19.2 20.# # .3 2.2 40.

198 m G1ear !3. 1 !#. 9

43.#

:ote% ;C Water discharge calculated to dam site, ;sC sludge quantity calculated to dam site, WdJC removed sludge quantity, WllC suspended sludge quantity, WC "otal sludge quantity%

-otal deposited sludge $uantit% in reser"oir is calculated upon >rune method is rel%ing on relationship between retained allu"ium with retention period of current in reser"oir. 8t that time4 reser"oir accmulating capacit% after %ears of operation is shown in below table. Ta'(e 82) Re,er0oir a**.m(atin- *a+a*it1 after 1ear, of o+eration O+eratio n +eriod ?1ear@ 1 1 0 2 0 3 0 4 0 ! 0 # 0 0 8 0 9 0 100 A**.m.(atin*a+a*it1 ?19Am8@ Pre0io., Ad5.,te +(an d +(an 0.0! 0.!2 1.03 1.!3 2.04 2.!4 3.04 3.!4 4.03 4.!3 !.02 0.0! 0.!2 1.03 1.!3 2.04 2.!4 3.04 3.!4 4.03 4.3! !.02 Remained *a+a*it1 ?19Am8@ Pre0io., Ad5.,te +(an d +(an 1 3.#! 14!.4 1 3.18 1 2.# 1 2.1 1 1.## 1 1.1# 1 0.## 1 0.1# 1#9.# 1#9.1 1#8.#8 14! 144.49 143.99 143.48 142.98 142.48 141.98 141.49 141.1 140.! A**.m.(ated *a+a*it1 +er*enta-e Pre0io., Ad5.,ted +(an +(an 0.03 0.1 0.30 0.!9 0.88 1.1 1.4# 1. ! 2.04 2.32 2.#1 2.89 1.3 2.! 3. 4.9 #.1 .3 8.! 9. 10.! 12.1

-hus4 deposition capacit% after 100 %ears of operation ma% make up 12.1L dead capacit% of reser"oir 241.4# millions m334 therefore4 about in the neEt 82#.4! %ears

shall fill up entire dead capacit% of reser"oir. 8fter dam site 184 annual sludge $uantit% would be reduced onl% approEimatel% 0.0#9 millions m3;%ear is remained. 7owe"er4 towards downstream is small stream branches and 02 large stream branches are 9ak 8 1oi and 9ak *o :e combining with 9ak ):ghe =i"er4 hence4 shall add a remarkable sludge $uantit% into 9ak ):ghe =i"er. =eser"oir bank erosion and regeneration. =eser"oir area is narrowed than before and still within stratum s%stem is of 1aino(oi era. Branite biotite is of 7ai <an compleE allocated to co"er the reser"oir bank4 although strong de"elopment of erosion phenomon but in local state in small scale inside elu"ial soil la%er and powerful weathered belt4 hardl% affecting reser"oir capacit%. 8lso according to 1ositabslis method about e"aluation of reser"oir bank regeneration4 presents that indicators are operating from weak to medium le"el4 with "alue a M 04.4. 8t the same time4 9ak ):ghe =i"er bank area is almost including cracked weathered granite. 7owe"er4 cracks are filled up with cla%. -herefore4 abilit% to erode reser"oir bank is low. :e"ertheless4 it+s necessar% to take some measures in some sections to pre"ent strong erosion ma% happen.
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6"aluate abilit% to loss reser"oir water. 8lthough reser"oir capacit% is narrowed than before but reser"oir are is still within granite4 biotite and basalt allocation area neEt to dam site4 and a part in upstream area higher than retention le"el. 'oreo"er4 h%drol%sis area between 9ak ):ghe =i"er and 9ak /o =i"er at the altitude up to 1.!00m4 about 340m higher than retention le"el. 8t the streams on both sides of water separation wa%s at the altitude about 1.200m is 40m higher than retention le"el. Dn addition to4 in this area has large rainfall usuall% lasted in 9 months in e"er% %ear4 rather abundant underground water $ualit%. -herefore4 with retention le"el is 1.1#0m4 abilit% to loss reser"oir water to 9ak /o stream "alle% is not eEisted.
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7owe"er4 abilit% to penetrate water from reser"oir back to downstream happens on both abutments 2dam site 183 due to geological structure4 specificall%. + /eft bank abutment. 8t the section meeting with tectonic fault D<&13 with slope 800
running from upstream back to downstream cutting o"er abutment at the altitude about 1.19!m4 angle of slope towards the east. -he broken up rock is 400m in width running

from dam4 angle of slope towards the ri"er direction4 along with fault rock is discontinuous broken up is 10 & 20m in width. -wo faults locate o"er abutment less affecting dam stabilit% but eas% to cause water penetration and loss down to downstream. + =ight bank abutment. Dn the section meeting tectonic fault D<&1 with slope 80 04
running from upstream to downstream cutting o"er abutment at the altitude of 1.190m4 angle of slope towards east4 rock is cracked and broken up is from ! & 10m discontinuous width. ,ault locates o"er abutment4 little affecting dam stabilit% but eas% to cause water penetration and loss down to downstream.

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Im+a*t on e*o,1,tem and aB.ati* +rod.*t *at*/in- and rearin- ind.,tr1)

,or flora. *eriod of storing water in reser"oir with pre"ious plan shall flood 8!9.9# ha4 in which farming land has 89. 3ha in area4 forest land is about 384.8 ha in area and others are about 38!.43 ha in area. 7owe"er4 upon adjusted plan as free surface area is reduced to 08.1 ha4 entire reser"oir capacit% is 14!.!2 millions m3 in area and retention
le"el is 1.1#0m. 8ccording in"estigation result in 20094 total flooded land is 08.1 ha in area 2ac$uisition land area of resser"oir34 in which4 forest land is 284.41 ha in area. -hus4 shall reduce chopping down impacts on forest plants and

inherent flora "olume here than before. 8t the same time4 it shall limit abilit% to reduce co"erage of forest. ,orming reser"oir shall also increase humidit%4 create good conditions for natural de"alopment of culti"ated crops and natural trees. Gn the other hand4 change of main specifications 2':9>-;':C M 1.1#0;1.138 and mounting capacit% 220'53 shall minimi(e influences on population and land4 onl% 9ak -ang commune is left to undertake resettlement. 7owe"er4 this shall occur demands for residential area4 culti"ated fields for agricultural production. Dt+s eEpected to allocate about 4.1 ha of land residential area and 29.!! ha of perennial culti"ated land for people in flooded area for forming the new resettlement "illages and hamlets. -hese acti"ities shall cause deforestation4 remo"al of fauna here to build up new "illages and hamlets4 simultaneousl%4 increase risk of illegal eEploitation of woods for construction and firewoods etc. -hese are reasons for reduction of species4 element of species for inherent fauna in the region. ,or fauna. ,orming reser"oir shall flood some more land areas4 change the en"ironment and separate residence of some animal species used to adapt with terrestrial life. ,rom that point4 ma% cause reduction of species element and narrow allocation area of man% species in the region. 7owe"er4 reduction of ele"ation to 10m and reser"oir capacit% to more than 28 millions m34 shall lighten le"el of impact on some animal species in project area than before. 'oreo"er4 as reser"oir is stored full water with narrowed free surface area than before4 but a cool atmosphere is created to maintain and de"elop animal species li"ing at the bottom4 species adapting with the water en"ironment and reser"oir side area. birds in kingfisher group and reptile4 amphibian species 2water snake4 amphibians and iguana etc3. >esides4 reallocation of some residential areas in region4 agricultural de"elopment shall de"elop some species and eEpand distribution of some species as. rats4 sparrow and toad etc
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,or a$uatic s%stem. 8fter forming reser"oir although reduced in free surface area als well as capacit% of entire reser"oir foundation but has some remarkable impacts on a$uatic s%stem in reser"oir. -his not onl% changes terrestrial ecos%stem but also h%drolog% of flooded area and forms the new reser"oir ecos%stem with characteristic a$uatic creatures for this h%drolog%. 9uring the first %ears of flooding4 in reser"oir shall
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appear and fair strong de"elop group of floating creatures 2seawee speices3 are characteristic a$uatic s%stem during this period. 8t the coastal areas4 shrimp species would also de"elop with large $uantit% of species4 meanwhile4 mollusca species remarkable reduced in $uantit% because of unstable probabilit% of earth at more flooded areas. ?uantit% of some fishes adapting with ri"er h%drolog% also reduced4 howe"er4 because of decomposition of biomass4 therefore4 humus residue eating fishes adapting with static water en"ironment shall de"elop4 ma% increase some planktons at the bottom adapating with li"ing en"ironment in this h%drolog%. -his is also suitable condition for de"eloping reser"oir fish breeding.
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,or a$uatic catching and rearing industr%. 5ith reser"oir capacit% is 14!.!2 millions

m and free surface area is .081 km24 although reduced but not ha"ing impact during the first
%ears of storing water because static water en"ironment is con"enient for de"eloping fishes as carp4 dried mudfish and major carp etc4 ma% forecast fair large fish producti"it% because abundant source of food. -he nutrient suppl% of the reser"oir is

mostl% coming from two major directions are main current because of erosion and remo"al of substances into reser"oir from inside due to minerali(ed decomposition from the bottom deposits. >esides4 concentration of people4 agricultural de"elopment in basin shall also contribute to add nutrients into reser"oir4 with a "iew to maintain de"elopment of a$uatic catching and rearing within reser"oir foundation area.
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Im+a*t on (and en0ironment)

,or land fund in reser"oir foundation area. Change of specifications of the project shall reduce total flooded land area about 1!!.23 ha in reser"oir foundation4 and shall return it back to the local land fund to use for other purposes. ,or land in downstream behind the h%dropower plant. )toring water in reser"oir and water discharge behind h%dropower plant to the -ra 1huc =i"er basin shall contribute to limit drough in dr% season. -herefore4 land use effect in basin area is increased helping to maintain land $ualit%.
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Changing land structure. 8lthough specifications of reser"oir area and capacit% are reduced but when storing water in reser"oir4 land structure of flooded area and reser"oir side area would be changed. ,or instance4 the absolute changed flooded land area is solid deposit in reser"oir bottom and mud in reser"oir bottom ha"ing tendenc% to remo"e to the bottom area in major dam direction. 8nd most of which is usuall% swept awa% with water at times of flood discharge4 helping to increase allu"ial soil in downstream. )wa mping or "iscid phenomena increase along the reser"oir because of broken land structure4 connection is weak graduall% helping to increase abilit% to deposit in reser"oir foundation in the long term.
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,orming semi&flooded (one. Dt+s formed in the scale of retention le"el and dead water le"el. -here is some area with non&flooded period 23 & # months34 its area is corresponding with depth from retention le"el to 2m depth. 8nother area with short non& flooded period has area corresponding with depth from #m to the dead water le"el. :e"ertheless4 due to characteristics of natural terrain4 reser"oir foundation is narrow and long4 almost co"erred b% sides with large slope4 that+s wh% semi&flooded (one area of reser"oir foundation is small.
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Im+a*t on e*onom1 F ,o*iet1)

8lthough with the plan to reduce mounting capacit% from 2!0 '5 to 220 '54 howe"er4 the 0pper 1on -um h%dropower plant shall contribute to suppl% power to the Central and )outh through national grid s%ste4 in cooperation with step h%dropower s%stems on the basin of )e )an =i"er. )imultaneousl%4 construction of h%dropower plant shall open some more routes out of entrances or eEits from the work4 creating good conditions to tra"el and goods commercial betweel local people with areas inside 1on -um pro"ince and neighboring pro"inces. -his is also a fa"orable condition to de"elop some local industries as. power industr% and building materials manufacturing industr%. Construction of the 0pper 1on -um h%dropower plant does not affect the neighboring reser"ation (ones but onl% affect to local forest area. >esides4 reduction of reser"oir foundation area and capacit% as well as retention le"el of rese"oir shall also lighten negati"e impacts on ecos%stem in region4 ma% promote tourist potentialit% along with 9ak ):ghe =i"er area. ,orming reser"oir foundation is a suitable en"ironment for a$uatic rearing. -he project manager needs to take measures for local people to rear fishes on semi&flooded area4 or plant and culti"ate some proper culti"ated crops properl% with this land. Dn general4 abo"e fa"orable conditions shall create the same condition for infrastructure4 econom% and societ% of localit%4 little b% little impro"e li"ing standards of local people. >eside aforesaid positi"e aspects4 some negati"e impacts ma% be mentioned. /abor force of the project and emigrants $uantit% coming to search for business opportunities shall affect to local economic & social situatuonF increase population densit%4 reclaim land4 deforest for making fields in the mountains creating difficulties to control securit% order and occur social e"ils.
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8s gathering crowded population and freedom emigrants ma% bring epidemics with them to infect local people and on the contrar%. -he most commonl% is digesti"e diseases4 malaria and %ellow fe"er etc.
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Dn addition to4 if measures to manage4 monitor and pre"ent problems and pollution are not performed seriousl%4 shall lead the risk of degeneration $ualit% of land4
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underground water4 surface water and biological resources etc. 8nd from that point4 shall damage econom% and life of people.
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Ind.,tria( a**ident,) >ecause of fire4 eEplosion problems from machines4 e$uipments while running. 6lectric shock4 short&circuit due to careless or leakage problem

-his problem if happens shall affect li"es of operating workers and propert% damages.
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Fire% eD+(o,ion +ro'(em,)

9uring this period4 ma% happen fire4 eEplosion problems in turbine oil and transformer oil tanks. Dt+s because careless of operating workers or damaged e$uipments4 machines.
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F(ood di,*/ar-e t/ro.-/ ,+i((4a1 +ro'(em)

-his problem happens due to stuck in "al"e gate or oblige to discharge flood to a"oid breaking up dam from too strong o"ertopping flood. Gnce it happens shall be a remarkable flood especiall% for basin of dam site.
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Dam 'reakin- .+ +ro'(em) 9am ma% be broken up due to following causes. 5rong design or eEceeding design le"el

,lood water is too strong for spillwa% to discharge4 large water pressure ma% break up work structure of dam -oo much hori(ontal water penetration shall collapse dam face4 destro% water conduits passing dam. 8s reser"oir is broken shall collapse stream bank4 cause local flooding in basin of dam site affecting to human li"es and health4 damaging traffic routes4 collapsing bridge foundation and ha"ing influences on welfare works in region with serious damages in econom%.
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Pro'(em on e(e*tri*a( tran,mi,,ion (ine) >reach of regulations on safet% corridor Conductor or earth line is degraded after a period of operation. /oad eEceeding limitation of conductor.

9isaster 2/ight struct4 storm wind3 collapses pile foundation4 especiall% weak soil positions and neEt to the ri"er

Dts conse$uences are electric shock4 fire4 eEplosion4 broken line4 broken up pile and interrupting power suppl%4 impeding traffic. Dmpacts of this problem onl% limit within direct causes. ,or fire4 eEplosion problem on conduct4 if unable to distinguish timel% ma% cause risk of spreading fire4 particularl% at places where conductor goes through.
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Pro'(em d.e to (i-/t ,tr.*k)

9uring operation of the plant4 transformer station and power transmission line4 problem due to light struck ma% happen serious affecting human and work.
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#ompensation for dama es and resettlement%

8ccording to assessment of degree of damage as mentioned abo"e4 the Compan% shall undertake compensation and resettlement as followings. 6stimation of costs of compensation & land clearance4 resettlement and infrastructural support of the 0pper 1on -um h%dropower project4 based upon below legal documents.
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!ocuments of the Central government, )inistries and industriesC /and /aw dated 2#th :o"ember 2003F Construction /aw in 2003F the Bo"ernment on

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+ 9ecree :o. 181;2004;:A&C* dated 29th Gctober 2004 of eEecution of /and /aw in 2003F

+ 9ecree :o. 188;2004;:A&C* dated 1#th :o"ember 2004 of the Bo"ernment on measures to specif% land price and price frame of land t%pesF + 9ecree :o. 19 ;2004;:A&C* dated 03rd 9ecember 2004 of the Bo"ernment on compensation4 support and resettlement upon land re"ocation of the )tate to use for national defence4 securit%4 national interest4 public interest and economic de"elopment purposesF + 9ecree :o. 84;200 ;:A&C* dated 2!th 'a% 200 of the Bo"ernment supplementing the 9ecree :o.19 ;2004;:A&C* dated 03rd 9ecember 2004 of the Bo"ernmentF + 9ecree :o. 99;200 ;:A&C* dated 13th Cune 200 of the Bo"ernment on managing in"estment project for construction of workF + Circular :o. 114;2004;--&>-C dated 2#th :o"ember 2004 of the 'inistr% of ,inance on guiding to perform the 9ecree :o. 188;2004;:A&C* dated 1#th :o"ember 2004 of the Bo"ernment on measures to specif% land price and price frame of land t%pesF + Circular :o. 11#;2004;--&>-C dated 0 th 9ecember 2004 of 'inistr% of ,inance on guilding to perform the 9ecree :o. 19 ;2004;:A&C* dated 03rd 9ecember 2004 of the

Bo"ernment.

!ocuments of the local governmentC

+ 9ecision :o. # ;200!;?A&0>:9 dated 2#th Gctober 200! of the *eople+s Committee of 1on -um pro"ince on specific regulation on support upon land re"ocation of the )tateF + 9ecision :o. 44;200 ;?A&0>:9 dated 20th 8ugust 200 of the *eople+s Committee of 1on -um pro"ince on specific regulations on support upon land re"ocation of the )tate4 performing the 9ecree :o. 84;200 ;:A&C* dated 2!th 'a% 200 of the Bo"ernmentF + 9ecision :o. 1#;2008;?A&0>:9 dated 29th 8pril 2008 of the *eople+s Committee of 1on -um pro"ince on issuance of housing4 structure unit price within 1on -um pro"ince + 9ecision :o. 1 ;2008;?A&0>:9 dated 0 th 'a% 2008 of the *eople+s Committee of 1on -um pro"ince on issuance of unit price of culti"ated crop t%pes within 1on -um pro"inceF + 9ecision :o. 4#;2008;?A&0>:9 dated 03rd Gctober 2008 of the *eople+s Committee of 1on -um pro"ince on issuance of pricing *roject 2temporar%3 for land hando"er4 natura forest for lease and compensation within 1on -um pro"inceF + 9ecision :o. #1;2008;?A&0>:9 dated 29th 9ecember 2008 of the *eople+s Committee of 1on -um pro"ince on issuance of unit price of land t%pes in 2009 within 1on *long district4 1on -um pro"inceF + 9ocument :o. 30#;->&0>:9 dated 2 th :o"ember 200# of the *eople+s Committee of 1on -um pro"ince on notification on conclusion of 'r. -ran ?uang <inh & 9eput% Chairman of the *eople+s Committee of 1on -um pro"ince at the working with <inh )on & )ong 7inh 7%dropower Coint )tock Compan% on in"estment in the 0pper 1on -um h%dropower projectF + 8greement minutes on master plan for compensation & land clearance4 resettlement and infrastructural support plan of the 0pper 1on -um h%dropower project on 2 th 'arch 2009 between the 6mplo%er with the *eople+s Committee of 1on *long district4 )er"ices of the pro"ince and the 1on -um 0nion of )cience 8ssoication as well as the Consultati"e Dnstitute for 9e"elopment 2Critical consultanc%3.
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=esettlement arrangement plant.

+ 7amlet 1 2<i =in 1423 there is 30 flooded household. Dt is eEpected to arrange resettlement in the left of 9ak ):ghe =i"er nearb% the administrati"e center of 9ak -ang commune4 is 1km from the center of 9ak -ang center.

+ 7amlet 3 there is !2 flooded households. Dt+s eEpected to arrange resettlement in the left of 9ak ):ghe =i"er nearb% administrati"e center of 9ak -ang commune4 is 2km from the center of 9ak -ang commune. + Dn addition to4 there are some backup areas to e"aluate and choose in detail planning step.
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)cale of resettement works. /and area for resettlement and settled agriculture.

+ 8rrange residential area at least 1.000m2 and more for each household4 arrange housing along with transportation route of resettlement area. Dn addition to4 should take into account of pro"ision for construction of public works and separation of household for forming garden later 2forecast until 20203. + ,ields land. >ase upon empt% land fund and treeless mountains and hills to arrange reasonabl%4 but must be at least 1h for e"er% household. + =ice production land. 8rrange at least 0.8 ha and more for e"er% household. 7%draulic s%stem of all rice fields suppl% water upon gra"it% water suppl% plan.
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7ousehold housing. Construction scale.

+ 7ousing and household work ground area. grading from 140 I 1!0 m2;household4
supporting plantation around the household land campus. 8rrange housing on both sides of the road.

+ Dmpro"ed house on stilts. *ile4 beam and bracing are made of reinforced concrete '2004 wood floor group 44 hollow brick built wall is 1! cm in length4 tile roof and wooden door group 4. + >uilding area. ,or the household with person $uantit% Q !4 house building area for each household is 4!m2. ,or the household with person $uantit% h !4 house construction are for e"er% household is #0 m2.
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Dnfrastructural work. -raffic work.

???*ro"incial road # #4 flood pre"ention road is from 1m20 and inward. -he Compan% shall undertake construction more assured scale than pre"ious road and support construction of pa"ement. ???Construct ri"er bridge connecting to entrance route into eEisting 'ang >ut route to guarantee smooth traffic. ???-he routes from pro"incial road # # to major routes of the resettlement areas. being built according to grade D< standard for moutainous region4 foundation is #.!m in width4 pa"ement is 3.!m in width4 pa"ement structure is cement concrete '300.

?? -he routes inside resettlement areas. >eing built according to 8:- road t%pe standard.

6lectrical works.

+ ,or the flooded areas4 the Compan% shall compensate b% re&construction of other routes to guarantee normal operation of electrical network 22k< to suppl% 9ak -ang and 'ang >ut communes with power. + Construct low pressure electrical network 0.4 k< to e"er% household within resettlement areas. + Construct for each resettlement "illage 01 transformer station 22;0.4 with capacit% 100 k<8.
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-raining and cultural works.

+ :urser% school4 kindergarte. Construct in e"er% resettlement "illage 01 nurser% school4 kindergarten is 100m2 in area. 8ccording to a building of 01 store%. rough stone
foundation4 hollow brick wall is 1!cm in depth4 tile roof4 wooden door group 4 and tile floor 30E30 cm.

+ Cultural house 2Communal house3. ,unding 100L eEpenses for people to build b% themsel"els4 at least 100m2;communal house. + *rimar% school. Construct 02 classrooms co"er an area of !0m2;classroom4 housing and
working office co"er an area of !0m2; room4 in e"er% resettlement "illage. 8ccording to scale of building with 01 store%. stone foundation4 hollow brick wall is 1!cm4 tiled roof4 wooden door group 4 and tiled floor 30E30 c m. H

7ousehold water. 7ousehold water suppl% plan is well boring in association with water tank.

+ Construct common used 01 well and 01 water tank with capacit% of 1m 3 to ser"e
household water demand for 02 households.

Drrigation structure. Construct small reser"oir works and h%draulic s%stem on 9ak -ang and 9ak 1oi stream branches to make sure irrigation water for ## ha of wet rice field.
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)upporting resettled people.

)upport the resettled people to stabili(e their life4 li"ing and production acti"ities4 including. *ro"iding enough food for 02 %earsF funding cost of mo"ing to the new li"ing placeF supporting encouragement of agricultural eEpansion. "ariet% and saplingF supporting transformation of profession for peopleF support in polic% and healthF educationF celebration of new housesF training basic officials4 commending and rewarding the migrants on schedule.
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Cost of compensation for land clearance and resettlement.

,or aforesaid compensation and resettlement plans4 these costs are VND 11:.=:8.ACC.><> with following items. Ta'(e 88) E,timated *o,t, of *om+en,ation% (and *(earan*e and infra,tr.*t.ra( ,.++ort for t/e $++er 3on T.m /1dro+o4er +(ant
No I 1 2 3 3.1 3.2 4 4.1 Content Com+en,ation in re,er0o.r fo.ndation area and -ro.nd +(an Gther structures 2eEcept compensation with house3 ,ram produce and perennial tree =emo"al of gra"e 6arth gra"e eEisting under 3 %ears 6arth gra"e eEisting abo"e 3 %ears Compensation for different kinds of land Compensation for forest land & =ich forest & 8"erage forest & *oor forest 4.2 4.3 I I 1 1.1 1.2 1.3 2 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.! 2.# 3 Compensation for residential area Compensation for perennial culti"ated land In0e,tment in *on,tr.*tion of re,ett(ement area Construction of housing Brading Construction of housing 2!!m3;household in a"erage3 )ubordinate *ublic works :urser% school4 kindergarten 203 classes3 6lemenar% class 20# classes3 Cultural place 2Communal house3 )ubordinate work for abo"e works 7ousing of teachers 203 rooms3 5orking building of teachers 203 rooms3 Dn"est in the infrastructural works work 220m3;household in a"erage3 ha m 1# 4.!10 1.#40 ha ha ha ha ha ha $n it I.antit1 Amo.nt ?VND@ 11%=AA%:28%98 9 244#04000400 0 2.4#04000400 0 #!!4 !8403 0 1 04324438 0 48!44334#! 0 !.89141#!400 0 44#924 #!400 0 14 914 83400 0 2404 4 !2400 0 8!34230400 0 1#4400400 0 141824000400 0 C1%9:>%:1<%99 9 4#034 194 0 0 3204000400 0 #40814!994 0 0 142024120400 0 24!44419!400 0 !14290400 0 !14290400 0 #004000400 0 #!49 0400 0 22!438 400 0 1!042!8400 0 #840 04000400 0

household household gra"e gra"e gra"e

82 82 !0 4 10 1 40 3 284.41 8!.323 113. #4 8!.323 4.100 29.!!0

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m m house m m m 30 0 30 0 3 90 90 #0

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Dn"est in construction of traffic works & =esettlement area and main center line connecting track & Dnternal road of resettlement areas 28:-3 & =oad to production area km km km 10 # # 3040004000400 0 1240004000400 0 940004000400 0 34#004000400 0 ##04000400 0 244004000400 0 4104000400 0 1040004000400 0 248804000400 0 204000400 0 241#04000400 0 8%C91%9=9%99 9 8184#40400 0 24#4000400 0 4104000400 0 14#404000400 0 204000400 0 4104000400 0 244#00400 0 3#4900400 0 1!4000400 0 3 4900400 0 824000400 0 #04000400 0 :A%8A<%C>C%98 9 A%>=<%A11%=A 2 1%:2>%81>%<A 1 1=%=<=%CC1%>9 <

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*ower suppl% & *ower line construction 22 k< & -ransformer station 22;0.4 with the capacit% of 100 k<8 & *ower line 0.4 k" construction km station km household 712 3 12 82 2

3.3 3.4 4 4.1 4.2 III 1 2 3 4 ! #

7ousehold water suppl% 7%draulic s%stem for irrigation Dn"est in reclaiming production land Construction of fields in the mountains Construction of fields S.++ortin- re,ett(ement /ife support 2rice3 23 9E1!kgE24 months3 'o"ing support 6ncouraging agricultural eEpansion support *rofessional transforming support *olic% support =ecommendation and reward for mo"ement on schedule /and document adjustment

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ton household household household household household household

13#.44 82 82 82 20 82 82

8 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.!

Gther supports 'edical support 6ducation support *ower using support :ew house celebration support >asic official training support Dire*t *o,t De,i-n ,.r0e1 *o,t !ana-in-% Ba*k.+ o+eratin- and or-aniEin- +erforman*e household *upil 'outh household *eople VND H H H > 2 1< 82 10 0 3 9 82 20

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#.2.2. Period of storin water in reservoir and operatin hydropower plant%

11:%=:8%ACC%>< >

,or the 0pper 1on -um h%dropower project 2upon new adjusted plan3 entering into period of storing water in reser"oir and operating4 promoting entire generating capacit% as well as guaranteeing en"ironmental $ualit% in project area4 lowlands and neighboring areas4 simultanenousl% pre"enting4 reducing risks ma% happen4 undertake below measures.
#.2.2.1. )inimi*e impacts on surrounding environmental qualityC H

!e a,.re, to minimiEe noi,e)

8ccording to abo"e e"aluation4 source of noise occurs from generator and turbine installed place. -o reduce noise le"el from these e$uipments4 below measures to minimi(e are performed. ,re$uent maintain machines4 lubricate joints4 mo"ing parts of machines4 e$uipments to reduce noise4 guarantee working capacit% of machines and workers+ health4 at the same time4 pre"ent abrasion due to frictionF operating control room is separated from machine hall.
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Dncrease weight of foundation and fluctuating noise reducer. )ensible arrangement of nois% machines4 e$uipments in region shall reduce noise resonance.
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5orkers working at the nois% places shall be e$uipped personal noise reducing de"ice. !e a,.re, to minimiEe for /o.,e/o(d 4a,te4ater)

8ccording to estimation of sewage flow rate needs treatment is 4m2;da%. -his is treated with three&compartment digestion tank. 01 containing compartment and 02 depositing compartments. -his tank has abilit% to treat all kinds of wastewater or dung and urine with two processes are deposition and slurr% fermentation. 8fter lea"ing digestion tank4 wastewater would be eEhausted to common sewer in region through pipeline. 9igestion tank capacit% is specified upon below formula. 5 M 5n K 5c 2m33 Dn which.
H 5 n. 5ater "olume of the tank 2m33. H 5c. )lurr% "olume of the tank 2m33. sanitar% conditions and reduce costs4 we choose 5n M 2 O 4 M 8 m3.

:umber 5n is e$ual to 1&3 times of wastewater $uantit% in da% and night. -o guarantee

<a lue 5c is specified upon below formula . 2m33

Dn which. WC ????a." 2100 ??#1 3 .0 2100 ??# 3.1000


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H a. 8"erage slurr% $uantit% eEhausted b% 01 person

per 20# months3.

da%

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0.# liter;person;da%;night

H -. Dnter"al between two times of slurr% deposition is 180 da%s H 514 52. )lurr% humidit% adding into tank and slurr% humidit% as fermented 51 M 9!L4 52 M 90L. H b. Coefficient taking into account of "olume reduction of slurr%

as fermented b M 0. .
H c. Coefficient taking into account of maintaing a part of

fermented slurr% as absorbing slurr% c M 1.2.


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ser"e !0 people. 5c M 2.
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5 M 2. K 8 M 10.8 m3. Composition diagram of baffled septic tank 2>8)-3.

5ater piping

9rain pipe

Slurry deposition and fermentatio n compartme nt

Deposi tion compart ment

Filtrati on compart ment

Filtratio n m at er ia l

lay

Fi-.re 1) Baff(ed ,e+ti* tank -he baffled septic tank is more common using than tradditional septic tank4 because it has better abilit% to treat. ,or instance4 rather than treatment efficienc% for

CG9 is L and -)) is 8#.2L. -herefore4 after treatment with baffled septic tank4 household water ma% eEhaust into source of recei"ing.
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!e a,.re, to minimiEe for /o.,e/o(d 4a,te)

)olid waste. 9uring this period4 almost is household waste occurs at the working area plant operating personnel4 including n%lon bags4 redundant pieces of food and some others as plastic4 paper4 rubber4 broken glasses etc. 5aste is classified according to source of indecomposable and composable waste to collect and treat separatel% in accordance with the 9ecree :o. !9;200 ;:A&C* dated 09th 8pril 200 of the Bo"ernment on managing solid waste. 8t e"er% working area of the plant shall arrange dust bins are collected and sanitar% buried at the landfill at project area in e"er% da%. 8rea scale of sanitar% landfill is 2.920 m2;%ear and calculated within the neEt 1# %ears 2until the %ear of 20303 would be 4#. 20 m2 T 4.
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7armful waste.

K Buarantee that personnel and operating e$uipments4 engines transport "ehicles meeting all standards. K )er"ice and maintenance are performed periodicall% and use waste grease collection de"ices to limit leakage at the plant area. + Collect4 sort out and separate with other solid waste according to Circular :o. 12;2011;--&>-:'- 2for sorted waste grease with code is 83020 or R84 for waste heat transmission oil and insulating oil containing sorted *C> with code is 83180 or R 103. + =egister owner of source of waste with the en"ironmental managing agenc%.

+ )tore at the pri"ate harmful waste storage in the plant and hire the harmful waste treatment compan% in accordance with the Circular :o. 12;2011;--&>-:'- dated 14th 8pril 2011 of the 'inistr% of :atural =esources and 6n"ironment on managing harmful wastes.
#.2.2.2. )inimi*e impacts on reservoir #ater quality and lo#landsC

-o reduce organic pollution of reser"oir water before storing water in reser"oir4 the Compan% would collect reser"oir foundation conforming to process and meet standards before impounding the current.
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9isarm bombs4 mines4 chemical poison and eEplosi"e materials. Clean up forest and flora at reser"oir foundation before storing water. 0se sawing machine to saw large logs of wood.

7ire local people to clear reser"oir foundation

+ Bather all large logs of wood according to regulation4 ma% allow local people to gather small trees to use as combustible source. 7ire $ualified compan% to monitor performance process4 guanrantee efficienc% of cleaning up.
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6stablish reser"oir foundation management )ubcommittee. Consult local people about organi(ing personal taking part into a$uatic de"elopment and rearing within reser"oir foundation4 with a "iew to guarantee natural resources4 protect the ecological en"ironment. ,re$uent dredge4 clean up reser"oir foundation4 absorb mud neEt to waste outlet with waste fishing instrument and dreger. ,re$uent dredge waste outlets and bottom discharge "al"es.
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9redging de"ice. 0se speciali(ed boat4 net to fish floating waste from reser"oir surface as rotten branches4 dead bodies of creature etc.
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9redging period is periodic performed on $uarterl% basis4 especiall% after da%s of flooding.

7ousehold waste of personnel is absolute collected4 it is strict prohibited to dispose or drop to the reser"oir foundation. 9e"elop natural fish breeding4 nati"e creatures4 combined agricultural & forestr% & a$uatic product models with a "iew to absolute de"elop contents of organics in reser"oir foundation for economic effects. /and use in reser"oir area for construction of project infrastructures causing conse$uence is more and more limited co"erage of floristic composition. -herefore4 should suppl% instructions of culti"ating suitable kinds of tree4 afforest and protect forest. Dn addition to4 the local go"ernment should encourage people to di"ersif% proper culti"ated crop t%pes4 disseminate about limited use of chemical fertili(er to pre"ent eutrophisation on culti"ated area nearb% reser"oir area.
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)trengthen educating workers on serious compliance with regulations on replacing4 disposal of lubricant4 absolute prohibit workers to spill lubricant o"er surrounding area4 especiall% ri"ers and streams.
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0ndertake periodic obser"ation of water $ualit% and monitor reser"oir water $ualit% happening to take proper measures to treat in case of an% negati"e change.
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)et up (oning map according to degree of deposition4 e"aluate abilit% to deposit during e"er% period for planning to manage operation sensibl% and safel%.
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)erious compl% with operation process of reser"oir4 maintain minimum flow "olume of the reser"oir section behind dam site 18. Calculated rate of flow in flood season and dr% season below.
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Calculated rate of flow of peak of flood during flood season. Ta'(e 8=) De,i-n +eak of f(ood of $++er 3on T.m dam ,ite 1A Ro.te ImaD+H ?m8G,@ 9.< H 1.93 1 1H 1.# 2 8H 1.29 4 <H 1.13 2 19 H 93 !

9.1 H Dam ,ite 1A ?ad5.,ted +(an@ 2.#! 0 + Calculated rate of flow during dr% season.

Ta'(e 8<) Rate of +eak of f(ood d.rin- mont/, in dr1 ,ea,on at dam ,ite 1A !ont/ I II III IV V VI VII I F VII ImaDk+ ?m8G,@ < H 49 .# 24 .1 38 .9 42 .1 98 .2 4 1 4 2 19H 41 .# 22 .1 31 .! 34 .4 81 1# 8 11 29H 33.! 19.8 24.3 2#. #2.4 100 94.4 13#

9 19 8 H Dn dr% season4 base upon water $uantit% obser"ational figures to e"er% da% during season to obtain sensible operation mode of the h%dropower plant. Cooperate with the local go"ernment in monitoring flow to undertake sensible settlement plan.
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+urface erosion resistance on basin of reservoir, reservoir foundation sedimentationC


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8rrange clearances to install trash racks4 waste handling e$uipments at the water intakes.

8rrange sluicing outlets to reduce sedimentation capacit%4 increase useful capacit%. 8dd sedimented sludge flushing gate at the bottom in design plan. Gpen waste outlet to eEhaust sedimented sludge $uantit% in reser"oir foundation4 make sure 1;10 of which is eEhausted. 5ater discharge regime through spillwa% and bottom discharge regime4 if reasonabl%4 in one hand4 shall take intiati"e to reduce seawee $uantit% on surface le"el4 on the other hand4 reduce nutrient $uantit% on bottom le"el and deposited sludge $uantit% close to bottom le"el.

*rotect and increase co"erage scale of forest4 de"elop forest and protect "egetable matter. 8ppl% and implement regulations on restricting to deforest. 'ain goal of reser"oir is to generate power. 'ain factor affects abo"e goal is balancing reser"oir water. Dmpact on these factors coming from natural changes in basin of reser"oir and ri"erhead current4 should also take into account of operation mode of spillwa% at dam sitep. -o minimi(e at maEimum erosion and speed of sedimentation of the earth4m has to de"elop4 restore and de"elop watershed and protecti"e forest in basin area. )ur"e% reser"oir side area on planting suitable kinds of tree 2rapid de"eloped nati"e trees as pine tree4 chestnut and oak tree etc that well functioned to protect4 maintain34 with a "iew to minimi(e collapse of reser"oir bank 2forest area needs afforestation is 284.41 ha4 afforestation period would begun before storing water in reser"oir and ended after commission of reser"oir for 01 %ear3. 0nderake afforestation according to following plan. 8t the area with slope larger than 2! 0 shall use entire slope area to afforest4 if it+s smaller than 2!0
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area4 stud% culti"ated methods and kinds of suitable crop plants. Dncrease forest co"erage not onl% limiting erosion on entire basin surface but also effecti"e in harmoni(ing source of water between dr% season and rain% season4 reduce difference between two season of reser"oir4 reduce landslide $uanti% around reser"oir.
#.2.2.!. )inimi*ing erosion, collapse of do#nstreamC

,or weir4 discharge canal mouth behind the plant4 should plant kind of grass has abilit% to resist erosion4 washing4 suffer se"ere climate conditions and ma% li"e in flooded area4 semi&flooded are or dried area as <ecti"er grass.
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,or dam lowlands on 9ak ):ghe =i"er. Dn order to reduce risk of collapsing due to natural o"erflow water discharge4 undertake construction of cushioning pools and stilling pools4 jet deflectors4 deflectors connecting to the ri"er with a "iew to create smooth current limiting and minim(ing erosi"e impact of reser"oir foundation behind the dam.
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,or lowlands of h%dropower plant. 9icharge canal is suitable design in length and slope to guarantee maEimum flow rate behind discharge canal. ,urthermore4 arrange one scour hole4 front slope 1.2.! and rear slope 1.1.!. )cour hole shall reduce motional energ% of flow rate4 bottom baffle combining with natural baffle with ri"er bed mullock helping to limit risk of bank erosion. >uild up embankment in the slope shape on both side of discharge canal mouth behind the plant to 9ak /o stream to minimi(e erosi"e impact of ri"er side.
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*robabilit% of penetrating water from reser"oir to downstream happens on both abutments 2dam site 183. -his impact ma% be minmi(ed b% building method as cement drilling for antiseepage etc.

#.2.2. . )inimi*ing impact on ecological systemC

8part from additional afforestation of pre"enti"e forest has an area of 284.41 ha as compensation for lost forest area in flooded area4 planting trees and co"ering floristic compisition along ri"er side against erosion and deposition of reser"oir foundation as well as lowlands as abo"e mentioned4 below methods shall be performed to minimi(e impacts on ecological s%stem4 for instance. 6Eecute forest protection /aw4 reser"ation areas combining with /ocal forest management in close control to pre"ent uncontrolled hunting4 chopping forest. Compl% with legal regulations on minimi(ing impacts on ecological s%stem.
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+ ,orest de"elopment and protection /aw :o. 29;2004;?711 was adopted b% the 11th :ational 8ssembl% of the )ocialist =epublic of <ietnam at #th session on 03rd 9ecember 2004 and "alid since 01st 8pril 200!. + >io di"ersifiction /a w :o. 20;2008;?712 was adopted b% the 12th :ational 8ssembl% on 13th :o"ember 2008 at the 4th )ession. + 9ecree :o. 23;200#;:A&C* dated 03rd 'arch 200# of the Bo"ernment on eEecution of /aw on *rotection and de"elopment of forest. + 9ecree :o. 32;200#;:A&C* dated 30th 'arch 200# of the Bo"ernment on managing forest plants4 rare forest animals are on the edge of eEtinction. + 9ecree :o. #!;2010;:A&C* dated 11th Cune 2011 of the Bo"ernment on detai regulation and guiding eEecution of some clauses of >io di"ersification /aw. + 9ecision :o.18#;200#;?A&--g dated 14th 8ugust 200# of the *rime 'inister on issuance of forest management =egulations. )et up training and education program to enhance awareness of en"ironmental protection4 propaganda and strict management methods to pre"ent deforestation
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6stablish restricted areas4 the area has no breach of forest b% issuing regulations and setting up panels4 posters are "isible to e"er%bod%. 5ell implement measures as cleaning up reser"oir foundation and managing source of waste in reser"oir foundation 'anage a$uaculture process in reser"oir foundation in aspects of rearing4 catching methods to make sure it+s suitable with source of water and h%drographic mode. Control wastes dispersing into the en"ironment4 take measures to sensible manage wastes ma% be hamful to the land4 water en"ironment and terrestrial biological s%stem as well as a$uatic creaties.
#.2.2.8. )inimi*e impacts on economy - societyC

)atisfactor% compensate for land and assets on land of people li"ing in reser"oir area and on ground plan. =eturn people temporar% used land area to reuse as soon as possible.
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*ut forward strict regulations and statutes to punish officials and workers in the plant due to causing disorder4 gambling etc4 educate them about health% lifestile4 harmonious with local people4 respecting local culture4 manners and customs and lifest%le. *ut forward regulations4 statutes on going in or out of the plant4 establish the power line and electric pole protection team with a "iew to pre"ent stealing plant properties.
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)trengthen cleaning up the en"ironment within the epidemic risks controlling arae 2as mos$uito4 malaria etc3 b% impro"ing medical s%stem for caring health of the *lant personnel. -he issues that priorit% must be gi"en to care about health of local people and labor force of the project are. + + 6liminate all insects and mos$uitos before 12 months. =eser"e medicines and $uinine

+ )pra% mos$uito killer in the house and breeding farms and houses4 pools once e"er% %ear4 inspect using mos$uito killer inside mos$uito&net 'inimi(e freedom migrants from the infected areas4 areas where power transmission line goes through4 sensitit"e area in en"ironment because of de"eloping h%dropower.
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*lanning areas upon de"elopment orientation of localit%4 a"oid eEcessi"e using resources4 and sta% awa% from conflicts due to using water and land resources. Buarantee safet% methods as running reser"oir4 serious compl% with present regulations on flood discharge4 necessar% to inform people timel% to limit at maEimum all human and propert% damages.
#.3. !inimiEin- en0ironmenta( +ro'(em, #.3.1. 'inimi8in ris" due to dam 6rea"in %

+ )erious compl% with dam design process in present calculationg standards4 set up desgin scheme4 base upon major specifications from the process of careful and correct sur"e%ing geolog%4 topograph% and regional tectonic d%namic earth at the e Epected area for construction of dam site and plant area. 9etect faults4 earth$uake phases4 depression and sliding phase for proper design plan. + 9uring operation4 the first thing must be interested in is dam safet% issue. 7as to serious compl% with operation regulations and fre$uent obser"e the dam4 its mo"ements and take measures to settle immediatel% an% dam problem4 with a "iew to minimi(e at maEimum risk due to dam breaking problem

+ *ropagandi(e education4 awareness of people in protection dam4 serious settle case of deliberate destruction of work + )afet% mange dam and reser"oir.

+ ,or scientific and professional in managing and operating the work4 should train speciali(ed team in managing dam safet%. + )trengthen close inspection in work managment4 operation and ser"ice. Construct dam obser"ation s%stem4 inspection of dam safet% b% eEperts and dam safet% report should be made periodicall% in e"er% %ear + 5ide propagandi(e dam safet% to the public4 attach special importance to training and false alarm helping to increase reacti"it% effecti"e e"er% time an% problem happens. + 'ake up dail% monitoring document for e"er% categor%. measure and inspect le"el4 check flushing gate opening and closing de"ices etc for timel% detecting an% small change. -hese documents present technical specifications of initial design 4 repair and replacement processes4 recording dail% sur"e% ressults with illustrations. + 6stablish rescue plans in case of emergenc% with a "iew to propose full solutions to pre"ent human and asset damages ma% be foreseen in case of dam breaking. + 6stablish storm and flood pre"ention >oard during both processes of project implementation. Dn case of flood or recei"ing flood forecast4 the >oard must present at the work to undertake. ???Close monitoring h%drometeorological happenings 2reser"oir water le"el4 discharge to reseer"oir4 rainfall on basin and information of rainstorm forecast3. Calculate and propose flood regulation and discharge plans. ???Dnspecting situation of e$uipments4 materials4 fuels4 de"ices and human resources ser"e flood discharge through spillwa%. ???'obili(ing flood pre"ention force willing to perform all plans relating to flood pre"ention. + Compl% with special reser"oir operation process during flood season and in case of problem4 specificall%. ???Dn flood season. Dnspect work before flood in accordance with present regulations4 detect and settle timel% damages4 guarantee safet% operation of work during flood season. 8ccording to h%drometeorological forecast during annual flood season4 set up reser"oir regulation and operation process4 guarantee safet% of work and store enough water for water using demand4 report to the concerned )er"ices and Dndustries. )et up flood and storm pre"ention plans for reser"oir4 submit to the competent authorities for appro"al.

???G"ercome problem during operation of reser"oir flooding or empt%ing water in area behind the dam. 8s head works of reser"oir 2main dam4 flood discharge and inlet3 there is a sign of dangerous problem to the work4 shall report to the 9epartment of Dndustr% and -rade4 )teering Committee for ,lood *re"ention4 submit to the *eople+s Committee of 1on -um pro"ince decision on water drainage4 lowering reser"oir water le"el to safet% le"el for head works of reser"oir4 works in downstram4 at the same time4 propose settlement plans and measures to implement. 7owe"er4 in anticipation of an% problem4 should organi(e well pre"ention4 usuall% close monitor and follow happening of weather conditions4 forecast4 earl% warning in case of flood or storm4 prepare materials and flood pre"ention e$uipments4 backup e$uipments for rescue4 checking before rain% and flood season to take measures repair4 reinforce timel%4 contribute to minimi(e human and asset damages in case of flood and storm
#.3.2. 4ire+ e5plosion prevention and industrial safety% H H

Fire% eD+(o,ion +re0ention)

5ork out a plan to pre"ent fire4 eEplosionF fire4 eEplosion pre"ention safet% regulations. 6ducate and train plant offcials and workers on fire4 eEplosion pre"entionF establish a fire pre"ention team to be trained fre$uentl% and alwa%ls be on dut%. -o pre"ent fire4 eEplosion problems4 should arrange full fire stations4 construct reser"oir water tanks4 e$uip hand tool fire eEtinguisher.
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5ithin operating room and the plant4 need to construct fire alarm s%stem and alarm information s%stem. ,re$uent inspect fire pre"ention e$uipments and alwa%s be read% to use in accordance with fire pre"ention regulations. Dndustrial safet% regulations in repair must be implemented in accordance with safet% regulations during operation.
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-ake measures to restrict the acti"ities of people before spillwa% as. fishing4 fishing wood out of ri"er4 swimming etc 6$uip full protection e$uipments for the operatprs. E(e*tri*a( ,afet1)

9esign4 installation must compl% with regulations on electrical safet%4 for instance. 9uring operation of the *roject4 specific regulations and guidance are necessar% to guarantee re$uirements of electrical safet%.
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,re$uent inspect electrical protecting e$uipment s%stem of the whole plant4 replace immediatel% if it is downgraded4 does not meet standards.

5orkers are ha"ing histor% of cardio"ascular and mental diseases working on the height.
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Li-/tnin- +rote*tion ,1,tem)

Dt is necessar% to install lightning protection s%stem and lightning collection s%stem for entire plant4 compl% with technical re$uirements to minimi(e lightning damages4 guarantee safet% of work in the long term
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>elow lightning protection methods would be applied for protection of subjects.

+ -he plant and operation manager are proper protected with /ightning conductor s%stem on the roof + 0se lightning conductor locating on abutments and building structures in transformer station4 taking into account of pulling earth lines from the electrical transmission line into pillar inside station. Dn addition to4 e$uip lightning arresters of the power transmission line to protect lightning wa"e from spreading into station from line. + ,or lightning protection s%stem4 light protector must be installed at the highest position of works4 from headwork cluster to the h%dropower plant. /ight conductor should be more than 1!m in height4 ballistic earth resistance of lightning protection s%stem must be smaller than 10i as electrical resisti"it% of land Q !0.000i;cm2 and larger than 10i as it is ]
!0.000i;cm2. H H

Safet1 in mana-ement and o+eration)

)et up prohibition notices at the dangerous reser"oir areas4 such as large depth4 sliding alwa%ls happen4 warn and strict prohibit people from coming to these areas to a"oid occasional accidents due to contact with reser"oir. *lan reser"ed area for people to collect water for household acti"ities in dr% season as source of water is scarce.
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6stablish reser"oir protection and in"estigation team to disco"er and o"ercome timel% the problems. >ecause the 0pper 1on -um h%dropower plant is located on upper rearches of )e )an =i"er basin4 and to guarantee harmon% with electrical de"elopment benefits among h%dropower plants and irrigation for the basin4 shall take initiati"e to propose and work with the *roject 'anager of remaining h%dropower plants to put forward an unified general operation process for the s%stem4 establish the general monitoring and operating )er"ice for operation process of the h%dropower reser"oir in s%stem
. C#AN"E IN ENVIRON!ENTAL

!ANA"IN" AND !ONITORIN"

PRO"RA!S OF T#E PRO ECT


.1. C/an-e in en0ironmenta( mana-in- +ro-ram

.1.1. Preparation and construction period%

-he en"ironmental managing and monitoring program of the 0pper 1on -um 7%dropower is under preparation and construction4 shall be implemented upon cooperation between the *roject 'anager4 contractors and local go"ernment. -he en"ironmental managing di"ision of the project managing )er"ice. -he project managing )er"ice shall establish an en"ironmental managing di"ision. Dt is assigned to collect and settle en"ironmental information from the contractors and regions during construction4 monitor all en"iromental changes4 gi"e the Compan% regular and uneEpected reports.
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6n"ironmental managing di"ision of the Contractor.

-he contractor must assign en"ironmental officials to watch closel% en"ironmental problems4 implementation situation of measures to minimi(e at the site during construction 2with and without recording in diar%3 and submit to the project 'anaging )er"ice the regular and uneEpected written reports. >ecause professional re$uirements and use of speciali(ed e$uipments to measure4 anal%(e and test4 the Compan% 2project managing >oard3 shall hire the consultanc% units to implement monitoring and uneEpected acti"ities 2if an%3. 'onitor local en"ironment. 8t least 01 representati"e of the local go"ernment 2suffered district and communes3 is assigned to manage4 monitor en"ironmental change 4 monitor implementation of measures to minimi(e4 propose additional measures to minimi(e properl% with local conditions4 with a "iew to guarantee local en"ironment. -he written report must be sent to the Compan% on monthl% basis.
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6n"ironmental monitoring and managing at the site.

8t the site4 Compan%+s representati"e is the managing >oard and contractors are fre$uent communicate with each other4 make up report on monitoring implementation of minimi(ing en"ironmental impacts as well as en"ironmental problems to cooperate in settlement timel%. -he local en"ironmental management teams cooperate with each other to manage4 monitor implementation of plan and measures to minimi(e4 propose addition measures to minimi(e 2if an%3 with a "iew to guarantee local en"ironment and send report to the 9epartment of :atural =esources and 6n"ironment of 1on -um pro"ince. 'ake up periodic report on en"ironmental protection ser"e for management4 in the fre$uenc% of once e"er% # months.
H .1.2. Period of storin water in reservoir and operation of hydropower plant%

-he management >aord of the 0pper 1on -um h%dropower plant shall establish its own en"ironmental managment di"ision. Dt is assigned to collect4 settle en"ironmental information during operation4 monitor all changes of the en"ironment4 report to the )tate management agenc% in en"ironment. 8nd if possible4 settle timel% en"ironmental problems. 8fterwards4 settled information shall be informed to the concerned organi(ations. 'onitoring acti"it% shall be contractual implemented b% the consultanc% agencies4 en"ironmental eEperts with the Compan% represented b% the management >oard of the 0pper 1on -um h%dropower plant.
.2. C/an-e in en0ironmenta( monitorin- +ro-ram .2.1. Preparation and construction period% .2.1.1. )onitoring air environmentC

Ta'(e 8A) Air en0ironment monitorin- +ro-ram d.rin- +re+aration and *on,tr.*tion.
!onitorin- air en0ironment & 'onitoring position. Pre0io., +(an 0# positions. 03 positions in headwork clusters 2dam site 134 03 positions in plant group in regions are major source of pollution. traffic4 material mines and dumping ground. Ad5.,ted +(an 0 positions.

& 02 samples at the dam site


18 construction siteF

& 02

samples h%dropower construction site.

at

the plant

& 01 sample at the worker+s

housing area neEt to 18 dam site construction siteF

& 01sample at the worker+s


housing area h%dropower construction siteF & )ample $uantit%. & 'easurement parameters. 0# samples 201 sample in e"er% position3 -otal deposited dust4 poison eEhaust gas. :GE4 )GE4 CGE4 neEt to plant

0 samples 201 sample in e"er% position3 )uspended dust4 CG4 :G24

noise and "ibration.

)G24 micro&climate factors 2temperature4 humidit% and


wind speed34 noise and 04 times;%ear ?C<: 0!.2009;>-:'-4 ?C<:

& ,re$uenc%. & Comparati"e )tandard;Code.

04 times;%ear -C<: !93 &200!4 -C<: !949& 19984 -C<: #9#2&2001

.2.1.2. )onotoring #ater environmentC

Ta'(e 8>) Water en0ironment monitorin- +ro-ram d.rin- +re+aration and *on,tr.*tion
Water en0ironment monotorinSurface water% & 'onitoring position. Pre0io., +(an 02 positions. & 01 sample at reser"oir foundationF & 01 sample at damiste 1 construction siteF Ad5.,ted +(an 04 positions. & 01 sample at 9ak ):ghe =i"er towards upstream of dam site 18F & 01 sample at dam site 18 construction siteF & 01 sample at reser"oir foundationF & 01 sample behind 04 samples 201 sample at each position3 - emperature4 p74 turbidit%4 conducti"it%4 9G4 -))4 >G9!4 CG94 :74K4 *b4

& )ample $uantit%. & 'easurement parameters.

02 samples - emperature4 p74 suspended residue4 turbidit%4 conducti"it%4 total degree of minerali(ation4 dissol"ed oE%gen4 >G9!4 CG94 :74K4

:G3&4 :G2&4 *G 3&4 Cl&4


& ,re$uenc%. & Comparati"e )tandards; Codes. Under round water% & 'onitoring program. total iron $uantit%4 04 times;%ear -C<: !942&199!.
4

:G3&4 :G2&4 *G43&4 Cl& 4 ,e4 Cu4 Cr3K4 Cr#K4


mineral grease4 Coliform and 6.coli. 04 times;%ear ?C<: 08.2008;>-:'-.

total

02 positions. & 01sample at the worker+s housing area neEt to dam site 1 construction siteF & 01sample at the worker+s housing area neEt to the h%dropower plant construction siteF 02 samples -emperature4 p74 suspended residue content4 turbidit%4 conducti"it%4 total degree of minerali(ation4 dissol"ed oE%gen4 >G9!4 CG94 :74K4
& & :G3 4 :G 4 3& &2 *G 4 Cl 4 total iron

& )ample $uantit%. & 'easurement specifications.

03 positions. & 01sample at the worker+s housing area neEt to dam site 18 construction siteF & 01sample at the worker+s housing area neEt to the h%dropower plant construction siteF & 01 sample 201 at the resettlement 03 samples sample at each position3 p74 hardness4 -)4 CG94 :74K4 )G42&4 *b4 :G3&4 :G2&4 Cl& 4

,e4

Cu4 'n4 Cr#K4 Coliform

and 6.coli.

& ,re$uenc%. & Comparati"e )tandards; Codes. Household wastewater% & 'onitoring position.

04 times;%ear -C<: !944 I 199!.

04 times;%ear ?C<: 09.2008;>-:'02 positions. & 01 sample at the workers+ housing area neEt to dam site 18 construction siteF & 01 sample at the workers+

02 positions. & 01 sample at the workers+ housing area neEt to dam site 1 construction siteF & 01 sample at the workers+

Water en0ironment monotorin-

& )ample $uantit%. & 'easurement parameters.

Pre0io., +(an house neEt to h%dropower plant construction siteF 02 samples -emperature4 p74 suspended residue content4 turbidit%4 conducti"it%4 total degree of minerali(ation4 dissol"ed K oE%gen4 >G9!4 CG94 :74 4
& :G3 4 :G2&4 *G 3&4 Cl&4 total iron

Ad5.,ted +(an house neEt to h%dropower plant construction siteF 02 samples 201 sample at each position3 p74 -))4 >G9!4 :74K4 *G 3&

:G3&4 animal and plant

grease Cl& 4 Coliform.

& ,re$uenc%. &Comparati"e standards;codes.

04 times;%ear -C<: # 2& 2000

04 times;%ear ?C<: 14.2008;>-:'-

.2.1.3. )onitoring ecological environmentC

9uring construction of work4 shall increase risk of encroaching upon animals and plants in neighboring area out of scope of plan and reser"oir4 it+s necessar% to monitor ecological en"ironment. 6cological monotoring includes.
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+ 'onitor restoration of land area after used and plant some forest areas4 monitor illegal operations. hunting4 forest product eEploitation4 transportation and wild animal trading4 collecting forest trees etc during construction period. -hese operations are implemented b% cooperation between the building Contractors and >ranch 9epartment of ,orest 'anagement. + 'onitor li"ing a$uatic creature en"ironment at construction site4 with a "iew to detect changes in species element and $uantit%. Dt is performed b% the a$uatic creature eEperts.
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'onitoring fre$uenc%. 0# months;once

.2.1.4. )onitoring hydrometeorological environmentC

9uring preparation and construction of project4 shall undertake monitoring the h%drographic en"ironment. Change in flow4 intensit% and fre$uenc% of flood4 mudd% sand flow and bank erosion. 6n"ironmental obser"ation work is complied with according to process and code of the h%drometeorological industr% is of the 'inistr% of :atural =esources and 6n"ironment.
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'onitoring fre$uenc%. 03 months; once 2during construction and operation period3 at the obser"ational position installed areas.
H .2.1.!. )onitoring land erosionC

'onitoring position is where shall happen surface erosion during construction. 8t the headwork for construction of main dam and basin abo"e reser"oir.
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'onitoring fre$uenc%. 0# months;01 once

.2.1.#. )onitoring compensation, resettlement #ork C

Compensation4 land clearance4 emigration and resttlement works are complicated and "er% important. -o organi(e well this work means reducing economic and social damages for people in flooded area and where recei"ing emigrants4 in the most positi"e manner.
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Grgani(ation structure. 01 compensation and resettlement )teering committee of 1on -um pro"ince4 1on *long district4 the 9epartment of Compensation and =esettlement of <inh )on & )ong 7inh 7%dropower Coint )tock Compan%.
H .2.2. Period of storin water in reservoir and operation of hydropower plant% .2.2.1. )onitoring air environmentC

Ta'(e 8C) Air en0ironment monitorin- +ro-ram d.rin- ,torin- 4ater in re,er0oir and o+eration of /1dr+o4er +(ant
Air en0ironment monitorin& 'onitoring position. Pre0io., +(an Ad5.,ted +(an 04 positions.

& 01 sample at dam site 18F & 01 sample at the


h%dropower plantF

& 01 sample at the


operating building areaF

& 01 sample at the


resettlement area. & )ample $uantit%. & 'easurenment specifications. -here is no monitoring program 04 samples 201 sample at each position3 )uspended dust4 CG4 :G24

)G24 micro&climate factors 2temperature4 humidit%4 wind


& ,re$uenc%. & Comparati"e )tandard;Code. speed34 noise and "ibration. 04 times;%ear ?C<: 0!.2009;>-:'-4 ?C<:

.2.2.2. Water environment monitoringC

Ta'(e 8:) Water en0ironment monitorin- +ro-ram d.rin- ,torin- 4ater in re,er0oir and o+eration of /1dro+o4er +(ant.
Water en0ironment monotirinSurface water% Pre0io., +(an Ad5.,ted +(an

Water en0ironment monotirin& 'onitoring position.

Pre0io., +(an 02 positions.

Ad5.,ted +(an 04 positions.

& 01 at the reser"oir


foundationF

& 01sample at 9ak ):ghe


=i"er towards downstraem of dam site 18F

& 01 at downstream areaF

& 01 sample at dam site 18F &


01 sample at rese"oir foundationF

& 01 sample at behind


& )ample $uantit%. & 'easurement specifications. 0! sample;1 position -emperature4 p74 suspended residue content4 turbidit%4 conducti"it%4 total degree of minerali(ation4 dissol"ed oE%gen4 >G9!4 CG94 :74K4 discharge canal of the plantF 04 samples 201 sample at each position3 -emperature4 p74 suspended residue content4 turbidit%4 conducti"it%4 9G4 -))4 >G9!4

& & :G33& 4 :G 4 &2 *G 4 Cl 4total iron $uantit%4 total 4

CG94 :74K4 *b4 :G3&4 :G2&4 *G43&4 Cl& 4 ,e4 Cu4 Cr 3K4 Cr#K4
mineral grease Coliform and 6.coli. 04 times;%ear ?C<: 08.2008;>-:'-.

& ,re$uenc%. & Comparati"e )tandards;Code. Under round water% & 'onitoring position.

Coliform4 insecticide twice;%ear -C<: !942&199!.

and

02 positions. & 01sample at the operating buildingF

& )ample $uantit%. & 'easurement specifications. -here is no monitoring program

& 02 samples at the resettlement area 04 samples 201 sample at each position3 p74 hardness4 -)4 CG94 :74K4 )G42&4 *b4 :G3&4 :G2&4

Cl& 4 ,e4 and


& ,re$uenc%. & Comparati"e )tandards;Code Household wastewater% & 'onitoring position. -here is monitoring program

Cu4 'n4 Cr#K4 Coliform 6.coli. 4 times;%ear ?C<: 09.2008;>-:'-

02 positions. & 01 sample at the resettlement areaF & 01sample at the h%dropower plant operating 02 samples201 sample at each position3

& )ample $uantit%.

Water en0ironment monotirin& 'easurement specifications.

Pre0io., +(an
3&

Ad5.,ted +(an p74 -))4 >G9!4 :74K4 *G

:G3&4 animal and plant

grease Cl& 4 Coliform.


& ,re$uenc%. & Comparati"e )tandards;Code 04 times;%ear

?C<: 14.2008;>-:'-

.2.2.3. )onitoring quality of ecological environmentC H

'onitor ecological en"ironment including below acti"ities.

+ 'onitor restoration of used land areas after completion of work4 afforest pre"enti"e forest in reser"oir side area and monitor illegal acti"ities. hunting4 forest product eEploitation4 wild animal transportation and trading4 collecting forest trees etc. -hese monitoring acti"ities are performed annuall% and performed b% cooperation between the 6mplo%er and >ranch 9epartment of ,orest 'anagement. + 'onitor a$uatic creature en"ironment in reser"oir foundation and lowlands areas 2behind the dam and plant3 with a "iew to detect changes in species element and their de"elopment after reser"oir is a"ailable. -his is performed b% a$uatic creature eEperts.
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'onitoring fre$uenc%. 0# months;once for 10 %ears.

.2.2.4. )onitoring economic and social environmentC

Cooperate with local appropriate agencies in collecting rele"ant documents about economic and social de"elopment as life4 income etc within resettlement are and neighboring areas4 present in annual periodic en"ironmental protection report.
.2.2.!. )onitoring hydrometeorological environmentC

Continue using some h%drometeorological stations are under operation. -he obser"ational categories including. change in flow4 intensit% and fre$uenc% of flood4 mudd% sand flow4 water $ualit% and bank erosion in lowlands. DChanged coordinate and position of monitoring positions shall be specific presented in attached monitoring maps in appendi, 4E%
8. OT#ER C#AN"ES

9ue to changes in some major specifications of the 0pper 1on -um h%dropower project4 should consult the communit% in some suffered communes in 9ak 1oi commune4 1on =a% district4 9ak -ang commune4 'ang Canh commune and :goc -em commune in 1on *long district.

>ased upon rele"ant documents about project and Gffcial dispatch of the <inh )on & )ong 7inh 7%dropower Coint )tock Compan% on opinions of the communit% about additional en"ironmental impacts assessment report of the 0pper 1on -um project.
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Gfficial dispatch :o. 2!2;2011;C<&<)7&?/98&17A- dated 0#th 8pril 2011 Gfficial dispatch :o. 2!3;2011;C<&<)7&?/98&17A- dated 0#th 8pril 2011 Gfficial dispatch :o. 2!4;2011;C<&<)7&?/98&17A- dated 0#th 8pril 2011 Gfficial dispatch :o. 2!!;2011;C<&<)7&?/98&17A- dated 0#th 8pril 2011

*eople+s Committees and ,atherland ,ront Committees of abo"e communes issued repl% documents4 for instance.
8.1. O+inion of t/e *omm.ne (e0e( Peo+(eM, Committee 8.1.1. People>s #ommittee of *a" Tan commune% H H

8gree with contents4 forecasts of bad impacts ma% be caused b% the project as abo"e

:e"ertheless4 should add some rele"ant impacts during construction of work categories4 during storing water in reser"oir. + ,orecast more enough impacts on ecos%stems 2deforestation4 forest burning for wood and illegal wild animal hunting and trading acti"ities3. +
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6"aluate abilit% to happen land slide and other problems during rain storm season.

8gree with measures to minimi(e bad impacts on en"ironment of project area as proposed. Dmplement compensation and resettlement plans in accordance with law regulations and work out a plan to remo"e people in project are to new resettlement area. Dn particular4 cooperate with local go"ernment in protection of forest and forest resources. 9uring implementation of project4 if an% problem and risk happens4 it+s necessar% to agree and satisfactor% compensate for people.
H 8.1.2. People>s #ommittee of 'an #anh commune%

8gree with contents4 forecasts of bad impacts that project ma% cause as mentioned.
H H

7owe"er4 the project manager needs to add some en"ironmental related impacts after project is commissoned as below. + + Dmpacts due to change in reser"oir water $ualit% to ecological s%stem in region. 'ore enough forecast problems ma% happen during rain storm season.

H H

8gree with measures to minimi(e bad impacts on en"ironment in project area.

Dnterest in undertaking solutions in reser"oir water $ualit% before putting into operation and undertake sensible compensation plan for resettlement so as to guarantee people+s li"es in flooded area.
8.1.3. People>s #ommittee of : oc Tem commune% H H H

8gree with contents4 forecasts of bad impacts that project ma% cause as mentioned.

8gree with measures to minimi(e bad impacts on en"ironment in project area proposed b% the project manager. Buarantee water $ualit% after passing the plant to 9ak /o stream4 and then running to -ra 1huc =i"er basin4 because this source of water would be used for agricultural irrigation acti"it% of ?uang :gai people. )imultaneousl%4 undertake measures to minimi(e land erosion and sliding in discharge canal plant area.
8.1.4. People>s #ommittee of *a" Koi commune% H H H

8gree with contents4 forecasts of bad impacts that project ma% cause as mentioned.

7owe"er4 the project manager needs to add some en"ironmental related impacts after project is commissoned as below. 8bsolute collect and clean up reser"oir foundation before storing water in reser"oir4 with a "iew to guarantee $ualit% of souce of water. )imultaneousl%4 implement satisfactor% compensation plans for flooded areas and cooperate with local go"ernment in protection of forest resources.
8.2. O+inion of Fat/er(and Front Committe 8.2.1. 4atherland 4ront #ommittee of *a" Tan commune%

8gree with solutions4 methods to minimi(e bad influences on en"ironment within project area. 8t the same time4 order the project manager to cooperate with the local go"ernment in management of officials4 workers during project implementation4 with a "iew to guarantee local social order securit% situation.
8.2.2. 4atherland 4ront #ommittee of 'an #anh commune%

8gree with assessment content of bad impacts of the project on en"ironment with solutions and measures to minimi(e bad impacts on en"ironment during project area.
H H

Grder the project manager to implement full measures to protect the en"ironment4 with a "iew to minimi(e to lowest le"el bad impacts of project4 at the same time4

undertake comprehensi"e managing reser"oir and take measures to de"elop a$uatic rearing industr% in reser"oir area helping to guarantee people+s life.
8.2.3. 4atherland 4ront #ommittee of : oc Tem commune%

8gree with assessment of impacts and solutions4 measures to minimi(e bad impacts on en"ironment within project area.
H H

'oreo"er4 during h%dropower operation process4 the project manager has to compl% with sensible operation process to a"oid drought situation in 9ak ):ghe =i"er basin area and flooding in plant lowlands in 9ak /o stream.
8.2.4. 4atherland 4ront #ommittee of *a" =oi commune%

8gree with assessment contents of bad impacts of the project on en"ironment as proposed.
H H

8gree with solutions4 measures to minimi(e bad impacts on en"ironment within project area. 8s the project is commissioned4 it+s necessar% to implement seriousl% reser"oir operation process with a "iew to guarantee source of water in 9ak ):ghe =i"er basin for some h%dropower plants are under operation.
9. CONCL$SIONS

-he j0pper 1on -um 7%dropowerj *roject is under in"estment in construction bringing man% positi"e impacts to the localit% in particular and 5estern 7ighlands in genera. -he en"ironmental impacts assessment report of the project has been adopted upon the 9ecision :o. 1 18;?A&>-:'- dated 29th 8ugust 2008 of the 'iniistr% of :atural =esources and 6n"ironment. 9uring implementation of *roject during last %ears4 <inh )on & )ong 7inh 7%dropower Coint )tock Compan% alwa%s implemented full% contents of en"ironmental protection that mentioned in the =eport4 hence4 en"ironmental protection of the Compan% alwa%s achie"ed good results. :e"ertheless4 during implementation4 the Compan% studied and adjusted some contents of project 2':9>-;':C M 1.1#0;1.138 and mounting assembl% 220'534 with a "iew to put forward an optimi(ed plan is effecti"e in econom%4 soceit%4 en"ironment and proper with h%dropower de"elopment planning on )e )an =i"er. ,or this reason4 the Compan% set up the additional en"ironmental impacts assessment =eport for the project4 according to law regulations. -he additional en"ironmental impacts assessment =eport of the j0pper 1on -um 7%dropowerj *roject presented more contents of change against the pre"ious en"ironmental impacts assessment =eport has been adopted. -he =eport assessed carefull% changes in negati"e impacts on elements of en"ironment to supplement measures to minimi(e4 settle pollution with higher effect in en"ironmental protection in *roject area.

-o implement well measures to minimi(e for the en"ironment4 <inh )on & )ong 7inh 7%dropower Coint )tock Compan% commits to keep maintaining and strengthening effecti"e measures to control4 minimi(e pollution are appl%ing b% the Compan%. )imultaneousl%4 the Compan% shall implement more measures presented in the report are.
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0ndertaking en"ironmental managing and monitoring programs.

8ppl%ing comparati"e standards and codes such as. ?C<: 0!.2009;>-:'-4 ?C<: 0#.2009;>-:'-4 ?C<: 09.2008;>-:'-4 ?C<: 08.2008;>-:'-4 ?C<: 14.2008;>-:'-4 ?C<: 2#. 2010;>-:'-4 ?C<: 2 . 2010;>-:'-and -C<: 398! I 1999. Compl%ing with general regulations on rele"ant en"ironmental protection during construction and commission of the project4 including.
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+ Dmplement well measures to minimi(e and settle en"ironmental pollution as project is started to implement until it+s commissioned a"oid impacts on surrounding areas of the project. )imultaneousl%4 should compl% with and appl% present standards and codes. + )trong combine with the Commitee for ,lood and )torm Control of the pro"ince and local go"ernment during flood discharge + Commit to guarantee flow rate passing the plant conforming to design 229.9# m3;s3 to
make sure maintaining en"iromental flow.

+ Buarantee safet% working en"ironmental for the operating workers. + Cooperate with the construction unit to implement well en"ironmental sanitar% and industrial safet% methods4 with a "iew to guarantee safet% working en"ironment for construction workers. + Close cooperate with the local go"ernment and en"ironmental managing agenc% to implement well and full% the periodic en"ironmental obser"ation and monitoring programs. + Df4 during implementation4 occurring en"ironmental pollution4 problem and risk affecting production and people+s life around the region4 the Compan% commits to compensate and o"ercome conse$uences of the project. + Dn e"er% %ear4 the Compan% shall make up detail report on en"ironmental happening at project area and plans to o"ercome en"ironmental problems4 risk to the )tate agenc% for orientation4 direction and commitment. 8bo"e is entire content of the additional en"ironmental impacts assessment =eport of the j0pper 1on -um 7%dropowerj project4 the 'inistr% of :atural =esources and 6n"ironment is kindl% suggested to consider4 complete formalities of appraisal and appro"al of the additional en"ironmental impacts assessment =eport for the *roject4 create good conditions for con"enient operation of the *roject.