Appendix E Implementation Schedule

EIA Ref. EM&A Ref Environmental Protection Measures Objectives of the Recommended Measure & Main Concerns to address Location/Duration of Measures/Timing of Completion of Measures Implementation Agent Implementation Stage Des C O Dec Relevant Legislation Guidelines
Air Quality Construction Phase
4.5.1 - Dust Control
a b c d e Vehicle washing facilities should be provided at the designated vehicle exit point; Every vehicle should be washed to remove any dusty materials from its body and wheels immediately before leaving the worksite; The load carried by the trucks should be covered entirely to ensure no leakage from the vehicles; Hoarding of not less than 2.4 m high from ground level should be provided along the entire length of that portion of the site boundary adjoining a road or other area accessible to the public except for a site entrance or exit; The main haul road should be kept clear of dusty materials and should be sprayed with water so as to maintain the entire road surface wet at all the time; To ensure dust emission is controlled and compliance with relevant statutory requirements Project Site / During construction Contractor Air Pollution Control (Construction Dust) Regulations
EIA Ref. EM&A Ref Environmental Protection Measures Objectives of the Recommended Measure & Main Concerns to address Location/Duration of Measures/Timing of Completion of Measures Implementation Agent Implementation Stage Des C O Dec Relevant Legislation Guidelines
f The stockpile of dusty materials should be either covered entirely by impervious sheets; place in an area sheltered on the top and three sides; or sprayed with water to maintain the entire surface wet at all the time;
g Belt conveyor system should be enclosed on the top and two sides;
h The height of the belt conveyor should be kept as low as possible to avoid delivery at height; and
i All the exposed area should be kept wet always to minimise dust emission.
4.5.1 - Air Quality Control
a All dump trucks entering or leaving the Project Site should be provided with mechanical covers in good service condition; and To ensure air quality standards compliance with relevant statutory requirements Project Site / During construction Contractor ETWC TC No 19/2005
b Ultra-low-sulphur diesel (ULSD) should be used for all construction
plant on site.
EIA EM&A Environmental Protection Measures Objectives of the Location/Duration of Implementation Implementation Relevant
Ref. Ref Recommended Measure Measures/Timing of Agent Stage Legislation
& Main Concerns to Completion of Des C O Dec Guidelines
address Measures
4.7.1 - EM&A Requirements

Regular site audits (at a frequency of not less than once every two weeks) are recommended.

4.7.1 3.0-3.7 Implementation of a construction dust monitoring in every six days

Noise Design Phase

5.4.2 The maximum allowable SWLs presented in (Table Table 5.7 of the EIA Report should be 5.7) included in the tender specification to ensure

the assumptions for the operational noise impact assessment remain valid.

The suppliers of equipment should guarantee the specified SWLs, with the characteristics of tonality, impulsiveness and intermittency accounted for, by providing certificate of measurement and verify the SWL during testing and commissioning in accordance with international standard procedures.

If necessary, the suppliers should apply attenuation measures (eg use of silencers) to achieve the guaranteed noise levels during the detailed design stage.

To ensure that appropriate Project Site / During ET and Air Pollution
dust control measures are construction Contractor Control
implemented and good site (Construction
practices are adopted Dust)
Regulations
To ensure compliance with ASRs A4 (No. 101 ET and Air Pollution
the relevant criterion during Lung Mei Tsuen) and Contractor Control
the construction works. A6 (No. 79 Lo Tsz Tin (Construction
tsuen) / during Dust)
construction Regulations
To reduce the operational Project Site / During CEDD/LCSD Noise Control
noise impact. design Ordinance
(NCO) and
Annex 5 of the
EIAO-TM
EIA EM&A Environmental Protection Measures Objectives of the Location/Duration of Implementation Implementation Relevant
Ref. Ref Recommended Measure Measures/Timing of Agent Stage Legislation
& Main Concerns to Completion of Des C O Dec Guidelines
address Measures
Noise Construction Phase
5.6.1 Site hoardings at the particular work site To reduce the construction Project Site / During ET and Noise Control
boundary may be provided for achieving noise impact. construction Contractor Ordinance
screening effect, provided that the hoardings (NCO) and
have no openings or gaps and meet the same Annex 5 of the
specifications for movable noise barriers. EIAO-TM
The proposed movable noise barriers should
be at least 3m high with a surface density of
not less than 7 kg m -2, which could provide
a minimum of 5 dB(A) attenuation. Skid
footing of movable noise barriers should be
located at a distance not more than a few
metres of stationary plant and mobile plant
such that the NSRs would not have direct
line of sight to the plant. The length of the
barriers should also be at least five times
greater than its height.
5.7.1 - The following Quiet Powered Mechanical To reduce the construction Project Site / During Contractor Noise Control
(Table Equipment (PME) should be used during the noise impact. construction phase Ordinance
5.12) construction Phase. (NCO) and
Annex 5 of the
Mobile Crane, SWL listed in the EIAO-TM
data base of quality powered
mechanical equipment prepared by
the Noise Control Authority, 107
dB(A);
Tracked Loader, British Standard
5228 Table C3, Reference No. 16,
104 dB(A);
EIA Ref. EM&A Ref Environmental Protection Measures Objectives of the Recommended Measure & Main Concerns to address Location/Duration of Measures/Timing of Completion of Measures Implementation Agent Implementation Stage Des C O Dec Relevant Legislation Guidelines
Pneumatic breaker, British Standard 5228 Table C2, Reference No. 10, 110 dB(A);
Concrete Lorry Mixer British Standard 5228 Table C6, Reference No. 23, 100 dB(A); and
Excavator British Standard
5228 -Table C3, Reference No. 97, 105 dB(A).
5.7.1 - Construction Works on Land
(Table 5.13) Movable noise barrier should be provided for excavator and mobile crane; Timber sawing machine should be operated behind site hoarding/ movable noise barrier; and Concrete lorry mixer should be operated behind site hoarding/movable noise barrier. To reduce the construction noise impact. Project Site / During the Site Formation, construction of seawall, ramp, staircase, retaining walls, sump tanks for grey water system and superstructure foundation Contractor Noise Control Ordinance (NCO) and Annex 5 of the EIAO-TM
5.7.1 (Table 5.13) - Timber sawing machine should be operated behind movable noise barrier; and Movable noise barrier should be provided for excavator and mobile crane. To reduce the construction noise impact. Project Site / During the localised road widening works along Ting Kok Road Contractor Noise Control Ordinance (NCO) and Annex 5 of the EIAO-TM
EIA Ref. 5.7.1 (Table 5.13) EM&A Ref - Environmental Protection Measures Car Park Paving Movable noise barrier should be provided for excavator. Objectives of the Recommended Measure & Main Concerns to address Location/Duration of Measures/Timing of Completion of Measures Implementation Agent Implementation Stage Des C O Dec Relevant Legislation Guidelines
5.7.1 (Table 5.13) 5.7.1 (Table 5.13) 5.7.1 (Table 5.13) --- Building Works Movable noise barrier should be provided for excavator, mobile crane and earth auger; and Timber sawing machine should be operated behind site hoarding/ movable noise barrier. Movable noise barrier should be provided for mobile crane; and Timber sawing machine should be operated behind site hoarding/ movable noise barrier. Movable noise barrier should be provided for mobile crane.
5.7.1 (Table 5.13) - Rock filling for the Groynes Movable noise barrier should be provided for excavator and derrick lighter.
To reduce the construction noise impact. Project Site / During the car park paving Contractor Noise Control Ordinance (NCO) and Annex 5 of the
EIAO-TM
To reduce the construction noise impact. Project Site / During foundation and tanking works Contractor Noise Control Ordinance (NCO) and Annex 5 of the
EIAO-TM
To reduce the construction noise impact. Project Site / During superstructure works Contractor Noise Control Ordinance (NCO) and Annex 5 of the
EIAO-TM
To reduce the construction noise impact. Project Site / During building finishes & internal fitting-out Contractor Noise Control Ordinance (NCO) and Annex 5 of the
EIAO-TM
To reduce the construction noise impact. Project Site / During the construction of gabion channel Contractor Noise Control Ordinance (NCO) and Annex 5 of the
EIAO-TM
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Ref. Ref Recommended Measure Measures/Timing of Agent Stage Legislation
& Main Concerns to Completion of Des C O Dec Guidelines
address Measures
5.7.1 - Box Culvert Construction
(Table 5.13) Movable noise barrier should be provided for excavator. To reduce the construction noise impact. Project Site / During the construction of Contractor Noise Control Ordinance
gabion channel (NCO) and
Annex 5 of the
EIAO-TM
5.7.1 - Movable noise barrier should be provided To reduce the construction Project Site / During Contractor Noise Control
(Table for excavator, mobile crane; and noise impact. the construction of Ordinance
5.13) Concrete lorry mixer should be operated western culvert (NCO) and Annex 5 of the
behind site hoarding/movable noise barrier. EIAO-TM
5.7.1 - Concrete lorry mixer should be operated To reduce the construction Project Site / During Contractor Noise Control
(Table behind site hoarding/movable noise barrier. noise impact. the construction of Ordinance
5.13) eastern culvert (NCO) and
Annex 5 of the
EIAO-TM
5.7.1 - Site hoarding should be provided for work To reduce the construction Project Site / During Contractor Noise Control
(Table site. noise impact. the construction of Ordinance
5.13) 90m box culvert (NCO) and
Annex 5 of the
EIAO-TM
5.7.1 - Sand Filling
(Table 5.13) Movable noise barrier should be provided for excavator. To reduce the construction noise impact. Project Site / During the construction of Contractor Noise Control Ordinance
gabion channel (NCO) and
Annex 5 of the
EIAO-TM
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5.7.1 -Good Site Practice

Only well-maintained plant should be operated on-site and plant should be serviced regularly during the construction programme;

Silencers or mufflers on construction equipment should be utilized and should be properly maintained during the construction programme;

Mobile plant, if any, should be sited as far from NSRs as possible;

Machines and plant (such as trucks) that may be in intermittent use should be shut down between work periods or should be throttled down to a minimum;

Plant known to emit noise strongly in one direction should, wherever possible, be orientated so that the noise is directed away from the nearby NSRs; and

Material stockpiles and other structures should be effectively utilised, wherever practicable, in screening noise from on-site construction activities.

5.9.1 4.1 EM&A Requirements

Implementation of weekly construction noise monitoring at the representative NSRs.

To reduce the construction Project Site / Contractor Noise Control
noise impact. Throughout the Ordinance
construction period (NCO) and
Annex 5 of the
EIAO-TM
To ensure compliance with N1, N2/N2a, N3 & N4/ ET and Noise Control
the relevant criterion during Throughout the Contractor Ordinance
the construction works. construction period (NCO) and
Annex 5 of the
EIAO-TM
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Ref. Ref Recommended Measure Measures/Timing of Agent Stage Legislation
& Main Concerns to Completion of Des C O Dec Guidelines
address Measures
Noise Operational Phase
5.9.2 -EM&A Requirements -
No noise monitoring is required during
operational phase.
Water Quality Construction Phase
6.6.1 -Dredging and Sandfilling Operations To further minimise the SS
Sandfilling works should be carried out after level during sandfilling works
the completion of groyne construction.
6.6.1 -A movable cage type / metal frame type silt To further minimise the SS
and curtain will be deployed around the level during the dredging
Figure dredging area next to the grab dredger prior and sandfilling works
6.20 to commencement of dredging works.
6.6.1 -Standing type silt curtains will be deployed To further minimise the SS
and around the proposed sandfilling extent prior level during the dredging
Figure to commencement of sandfilling works. and sandfilling works
6.21
6.6.1 -A hourly dredging rate of a closed grab To further minimise the SS
dredger (with a minimum grab size of 3 m3) level during the dredging
should be less than 31 m3 hr -1, with works
reference to the maximum rate for dredging,
which was derived in the EIA.
6.6.1 -A daily filling rate should be less than 1,000 To further minimise the SS
m 3 day -1, which was defined in the EIA. level during the sandfilling
works
- - -
Project Site / During Contractor -
sandfilling
Project Site / During Contractor Annex 6 of the
dredging and EIAO-TM
sandfilling
Project Site / During Contractor Annex 6 of the
dredging and EIAO-TM
sandfilling
Project Site / During Contractor -
dredging
Project Site / During Contractor -
sandfilling
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Ref. Ref Recommended Measure Measures/Timing of Agent Stage Legislation
& Main Concerns to Completion of Des C O Dec Guidelines
address Measures
6.6.1 - Mechanical grabs should be designed and maintained to avoid spillage and should seal tightly while being lifted. To further minimise the SS level during the dredging works Project Site / During dredging Contractor -
6.6.1 - Barges or hoppers should have tight fitting seals to their bottom openings to prevent leakage of material. To further minimise the SS level during the dredging and sandfilling works Project Site / During dredging and sandfilling Contractor -
6.6.1 - Loading of barges or hoppers shall be controlled to prevent splashing of dredged material to the surrounding water. To further minimise the SS level during the dredging works Project Site / During dredging Contractor -
6.6.1 - Barges or hoppers should not be filled to a level which will cause overflow of materials or pollution of water during loading or transportation. To further minimise the SS level during the dredging and sandfilling works Project Site / During dredging and sandfilling Contractor -
6.6.1 - Excess material should be cleaned from the decks and exposed fittings of barges or hoppers before the vessel is moved. To further minimise the SS level during the dredging and sandfilling works Project Site / During dredging and sandfilling Contractor -
6.6.1 - Adequate freeboard should be maintained on barges to reduce the likelihood of decks being washed by wave action. To further minimise the SS level during the dredging and sandfilling works Project Site / During dredging and sandfilling Contractor -
6.6.1 - All vessels should be sized such that adequate clearance is maintained between vessels and the seabed at all states of the tide to ensure that undue turbidity is not generated by turbulence from vessel movement or propeller wash. To further minimise the SS level during the dredging and sandfilling works Project Site / During dredging and sandfilling Contractor -
6.6.1 - The works should not cause foam, oil, grease, litter or other objectionable matter to be present in the water within and adjacent to the Project Site. To further minimise the SS level during the dredging and sandfilling works Project Site / During dredging and sandfilling Contractor ProPECC PN 1/94
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6.6.1 -Construction Site Runoff The excavation works for the drainage To ensure the works area Project Site / During diversions should be carried out to minimise will be kept dry as much as excavation for the any seawater influx entering the works area possible and hence avoid drainage diversions and hence to keep the works area dry as construction site runoff

much as possible.

6.6.1 -Silt curtains at the inshore waters should be To avoid any adverse water Project Site / During and deployed to enclose the works area before quality impacts resulting excavation for the Figure the commencement of the excavation works from the site runoff due to drainage diversions

6.21 for two drainage diversions until the heavy rainfall completion of the diversions.

6.6.1 -At the start of site establishment, perimeter To minimise the Project Site / During cut-off drains to direct off-site water around construction site runoff land based construction the site should be constructed and internal works drainage works and erosion and sedimentation control facilities implemented. Channels, earth bunds or sand bag barriers should be provided on site to direct stormwater to silt removal facilities. The design of efficient silt removal facilities should be based on the guidelines in Appendix A1 of ProPECC PN 1/94.

6.6.1 -All the surface runoff should be collected by To minimise the Project Site / During the on-site drainage system and diverted construction site runoff land based construction through the silt traps prior to discharge into works storm drain.

Contractor

Contractor

Contractor ProPECC PN 1/94

Contractor ProPECC PN 1/94

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Ref. Ref Recommended Measure Measures/Timing of Agent Stage Legislation
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6.6.1 - All exposed earth areas should be completed as soon as possible after earthworks have been completed, or alternatively, within 14 days of the cessation of earthworks, where practicable. If excavation of soil cannot be avoided during the rainy season, or at any time of year when rainstorms are likely, exposed slope surfaces should be covered by tarpaulin or by other means. To minimise the construction site runoff Project Site / During land based construction works Contractor ProPECC PN 1/94
6.6.1 - All drainage facilities and erosion and sediment control structures should be regularly inspected and maintained to ensure proper and efficient operation at all times and particularly following rainstorms. Deposited silt and grit should be removed regularly and disposed of by spreading evenly over stable, vegetated areas. To minimise the construction site runoff Project Site / During land based construction works Contractor ProPECC PN 1/94
6.6.1 - Measures should be taken to reduce the ingress of site drainage into excavations. If the excavation of trenches in wet periods is necessary, they should be dug and backfilled in short sections wherever practicable. Water pumped out from trenches or foundation excavations should be To minimise the construction site runoff Project Site / During land based construction works Contractor ProPECC PN 1/94
discharged into storm drains via silt removal facilities.
EIA EM&A Environmental Protection Measures Objectives of the Location/Duration of Implementation Implementation Relevant
Ref. Ref Recommended Measure Measures/Timing of Agent Stage Legislation
& Main Concerns to Completion of Des C O Dec Guidelines
address Measures
6.6.1 - Open stockpiles of construction materials To minimise the Project Site / During Contractor ProPECC PN
(for example, aggregates, sand and fill material) of more than 50 m3 should be construction site runoff land based construction works 1/94
covered with tarpaulin or similar fabric
during rainstorms. Measures should be
taken to prevent the washing away of
construction materials, soil, silt or debris
into any drainage system.
6.6.1 - Manholes (including newly constructed To minimise the Project Site / During Contractor ProPECC PN
ones) should always be adequately covered construction site runoff land based construction 1/94
and temporarily sealed so as to prevent silt, works
construction materials or debris being
washed into the drainage system.
6.6.1 - Precautions to be taken at any time of year To minimise the Project Site / During Contractor ProPECC PN
when rainstorms are likely, actions to be construction site runoff land based construction 1/94
taken when a rainstorm is imminent or works
forecasted, and actions to be taken during or
after rainstorms are summarised in Appendix
A2 of ProPECC PN 1/94. Particular
attention should be paid to the control of
silty surface runoff during storm events,
especially for areas located near steep
slopes.
6.6.1 - Oil interceptors should be provided in the To minimise the Project Site / During Contractor ProPECC PN
drainage system and regularly emptied to construction site runoff land based construction 1/94
prevent the release of oil and grease into the works
storm water drainage system after accidental
spillages. The interceptor should have a
bypass to prevent flushing during periods of
heavy rain.
EIA Ref. 6.6.1 6.6.1 EM&A Ref -- Environmental Protection Measures All temporary and permanent drainage pipes and culverts provided to facilitate runoff discharge should be adequately designed for the controlled release of storm flows. All sediment traps should be regularly cleaned and maintained. The temporary diverted drainage should be reinstated to the original condition when the construction work has finished or the temporary diversion is no longer required. Sewage Generated by Workforce Sewage from toilets should be collected by a licensed waste collector. Objectives of the Recommended Measure & Main Concerns to address Location/Duration of Measures/Timing of Completion of Measures Implementation Agent ImplementaStage Des C O tion Dec Relevant Legislation Guidelines
6.6.1 6.6.1 6.6.1 --- Storage and Handling of Oil, Other Petroleum Products and Chemicals Waste streams classifiable as chemical wastes should be properly stored, collected and treated for compliance with Waste Disposal Ordinance or Disposal (Chemical Waste) (General) Regulation requirements. All fuel tanks and chemical storage areas should be provided with locks and be sited on paved areas. The storage areas should be surrounded by bunds with a capacity equal to 110% of the storage capacity of the largest tank to prevent spilled oil, fuel and chemicals from reaching the receiving waters.
To minimise the construction site runoff Project Site / During land based construction works Contractor ProPECC PN 1/94
To prevent contamination to nearby environment Project Site / During land based construction works Contractor Water Pollution Control Ordinance
To prevent contamination to nearby environment Project Site / During land based construction works Contractor Waste Disposal Ordinance
To prevent contamination to nearby environment Project Site / During land based construction works Contractor Waste Disposal Ordinance
To prevent contamination to nearby environment Project Site / During land based construction works Contractor Waste Disposal Ordinance
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Ref. Ref Recommended Measure Measures/Timing of Agent Stage Legislation
& Main Concerns to Completion of Des C O Dec Guidelines
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6.6.1 - Oil leakage or spillage should be contained To prevent contamination Project Site / During Contractor Waste Disposal
and cleaned up immediately. Waste oil to nearby environment land based construction Ordinance
should be collected and stored for recycling works
or disposal, in accordance with the Waste
Disposal Ordinance. The Contractors
should prepare guidelines and procedures
for immediate clean-up actions following
any spillages of oil, fuel or chemicals.
6.6.1 - Vehicle and plant servicing areas, vehicle To prevent contamination Project Site / During Contractor Waste Disposal
wash bays and lubrication bays should, as to nearby environment land based construction Ordinance
far as possible, be located within roofed works
areas. The drainage in these covered areas
should be connected to foul sewers via a
petrol interceptor.
6.9.1 5.1 EM&A Requirements
and 11.6.1 Monitoring of marine water quality during the construction phase is considered necessary to evaluate whether any impacts would be posed by these marine works on the surrounding waters during the operation To ensure the construction works would not arise any impacts to the surrounding waters Marine water outside the Project Site / During dredging and filling works ET and Contractor -
of dredging and filling works.
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Ref. Ref Recommended Measure Measures/Timing of Agent Stage Legislation
& Main Concerns to Completion of Des C O Dec Guidelines
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Water Quality Post-Construction Phase (After the completion of the construction and before the operation of the beach)

6.9.2 5.2 and

11.6.2

Water Quality

6.6.2

6.6.2 EM&A Requirements

E. coli monitoring should be conducted at the outlet of two diverted drains and at EPD’s beach water monitoring stations for the identification of pollution loading and to establish relationship between the loading

and EPD’s beach monitoring programme.

Operational Phase

Surface Runoff from Project Site

A petrol interceptor should be provided in the drainage system and regularly emptied to prevent the release of oil and grease into the storm water drainage system after accidental spillages. The interceptor should have a bypass to prevent flushing during periods of heavy rain. Where appropriate, the design should follow or of similar functions as stated in the ProPECC PN 1/94.

Oil leakage or spillage should be contained and cleaned up immediately. Waste oil should be collected and stored for recycling or disposal in accordance with the Waste Disposal Ordinance.

To investigate the pollution Two diverted drains ET Post -
loading of E. coli and to and the Bathing Beach/ Construction
establish relationship with Within six weeks after Phase (After the
EPD’s beach monitoring the completion of the completion of
data construction works the construction
and before the
operation of the
beach)
To prevent contamination Beach Park area / Operator Water Pollution
to nearby environment During operation Control
Ordinance and
ProPECC PN
1/94
To prevent contamination Beach Building Operator Waste Disposal
to nearby environment Facility / During Ordinance
operation
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Waste Management Construction Phase
7.6 - The Contractor should submit the plan to

Project Proponent’s Engineer

Representative for endorsement prior to the commencement of the construction works. The plan should incorporate site-specific factors, such as the designation of areas for the segregation and temporary storage of reusable and recyclable materials.

7.6 -It will be the Contractor’s responsibility to ensure that only reputable licensed waste collectors are used and that appropriate measures to reduce adverse impacts, including windblown litter and dust from the transportation of these wastes, are employed.

7.6 -The Contractor must ensure that all the necessary permits or licences required under the Waste Disposal Ordinance are obtained for the construction phase.

7.6 - Waste Management Hierarchy

Nomination of approved personnel to be responsible for good site practices, arrangements for collection and effective disposal to an appropriate facility of all wastes generated at the site;

Training of site personnel in proper waste management and chemical handling procedures; To ensure that adverse environmental impacts are prevented

To ensure that adverse environmental impacts are prevented

To ensure compliance with relevant statutory requirements

To ensure that adverse environmental impacts are prevented

Project Site / Contract mobilisation and during construction Contractor -
Project Site / Contract mobilisation and during construction Contractor -
Project Site / Contract mobilisation and during construction Contractor -
Project Site / Contract mobilisation and during construction Contractor Waste Disposal (Charges for Disposal of Construction Waste) Regulation; Works Bureau Technical Circular No.31/2004; and
EIA Ref. EM&A Ref Environmental Protection Measures Objectives of the Recommended Measure & Main Concerns to address Location/Duration of Measures/Timing of Completion of Measures Implementation Agent Implementation Stage Des C O Dec Relevant Legislation Guidelines
Provision of sufficient waste disposal points and regular collection for disposal; Appropriate measures to reduce windblown litter and dust Annex 5 and Annex 6 of Appendix G of ETWBTC No. 19/2005
transportation of waste by either covering trucks or by transporting wastes in enclosed containers;
Separation of chemical wastes for special handling and appropriate treatment at the Chemical Waste
Treatment Centre;
Regular cleaning and maintenance programme for drainage systems, sumps and oil interceptors; and
A recording system for the amount of wastes generated/recycled and disposal sites.
- Waste Reduction Measures Segregation and storage of different types of waste in different containers, skips or stockpiles to enhance reuse or recycling of material and their proper disposal; To reduce construction waste generation Project Site / During construction Contractor -
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Encourage collection of aluminium cans and waste paper by individual collectors during construction with separate labelled bins being provided to allow the segregation of these wastes from other general refuse generated by the workforce;

Any unused chemicals and those with remaining functional capacity be recycled as far as possible;

Use of reusable non-timber formwork to reduce the amount of C&D materials;

Prior to disposal of construction waste, wood, steel and other metals should be separated, to the extent practical for re-use and/or recycling to reduce the quantity of waste to be disposed at landfills;

Proper storage and site practices to reduce the potential for damage or contamination of construction materials; and

Plan and stock construction materials carefully to reduce amount of waste generated and avoid unnecessary generation of waste.

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7.6.1 -Dredging Materials

The final disposal site for the dredged sediments should be determined by the MFC and a dumping licence should be obtained from EPD prior to the commencement of the dredging works. Uncontaminated sediments should be disposed of at open sea disposal sites designated by the MFC. For contaminated sediments requiring Type 2 confined marine disposal, relevant contract documents should specify the allocation conditions of the MFC and EPD.

7.6.2 -Excavated Materials and C&D Waste

Management of Waste Disposal

The contractor should open a billing account with EPD in accordance with the Waste Disposal (Charges for Disposal of Construction Waste) Regulation for the payment of disposal charges. Every waste load transferred to Government waste disposal facilities such as public fill, sorting facilities, or landfills should require a valid

“chit” which contains the information of the

account holder to facilitate waste transaction recording and billing to the waste producer. A trip-ticket system should be established in accordance with ETWBTC No. 31/2004 to monitor the reuse of surplus excavated materials off-site and disposal of construction waste and general refuse at transfer stations/landfills, and to control fly-To ensure adverse Dredging area / During Contractor Dumping at Sea environmental impacts are construction Ordinance prevented

To properly handle the Project Site / During Contractor Waste Disposal excavated materials and construction (Charges for C&D waste and thus avoid Disposal of any adverse impacts Construction

Waste) Regulation

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Ref. Ref Recommended Measure Measures/Timing of Agent Stage Legislation
& Main Concerns to address Completion of Measures Des C O Dec Guidelines
tipping. The billing “chit” and trip-ticket
system should be included as one of the
contractual requirements and implemented
by the contractor. Regular audits of the
waste management measures implemented
on-site as described in the Waste
Management Plan should be conducted.
A recording system (similar to summary
table as shown in Annex 5 and Annex 6 of
Appendix G of ETWBTC No. 19/2005) for
the amount of waste generated, recycled and
disposed of (including the disposal sites)
will be established during the construction
phase.
7.6.2 - Reduction of C&D Materials Generation To reduce the generation of Project Site / During Contractor -
Public fill and construction waste should be C&D waste construction
segregated and stored in different containers
or skips to facilitate reuse or recycling of the
public fill and proper disposal of the
construction waste. Specific areas of the
work site should be designated for such
segregation and storage if immediate use is
not practicable.
To reduce the potential dust and water
quality impacts of site formation works,
C&D materials should be wetted as quickly
as possible to the extent practicable after
excavation/filling.

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7.6.3 -Chemical Waste

The Contractor should register as a chemical waste producer with the EPD. Chemical waste, as defined by Schedule 1 of the Waste Disposal (Chemical Waste) (General) Regulation, should be handled in accordance with the Code of Practice on the Packaging, Handling and Storage of Chemical Wastes. Containers used for the storage of chemical wastes should:

Be suitable for the substance they are holding, resistant to corrosion, maintained in a good condition, and securely closed;

Have a capacity of less than 450 L unless the specifications have been approved by the EPD; and

Display a label in English and Chinese in accordance with instructions prescribed in Schedule 2 of the Regulations.

The storage area for chemical wastes will:

Be clearly labelled and used solely for the storage of chemical waste;

Be enclosed on at least 3 sides;

To ensure proper handling Project Site / During Contractor Code of Practice

of chemical waste construction on the Packaging, Handling and Storage of Chemical Wastes

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Have an impermeable floor and bunding, of capacity to accommodate 110% of the volume of the largest container or 20% by volume of the chemical waste stored in that area, whichever is the greatest;

Have adequate ventilation;

Be covered to prevent rainfall entering (water collected within the bund must be tested and disposed of as chemical waste, if necessary); and

Be arranged so that incompatible materials are appropriately separated.

Chemical waste should be collected by a licensed chemical waste collector to a facility licensed to receive chemical waste, such as the Chemical Waste Treatment Facility.

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7.6.4 - Sewage
An adequate number of portable toilets should be provided for the on-site construction workforce during construction phase. All portable toilets should be maintained in a state that will not deter the
users from using them. Night soil should be regularly collected by a licensed collector for disposal. The sewage generated from the visitors during operation of the Proposed Beach Development should be discharged to the adjacent foul sewer conveying to Tai Po Sewage Treatment Works for treatment.
7.6.5 - General Refuse
General refuse should be stored in enclosed
bins or compaction units separately from construction and chemical wastes. A
reputable waste collector should be employed to remove general refuse from the site, separately from construction and chemical wastes, on a daily basis to reduce odour, pest and litter impacts. The burning of refuse on construction sites is prohibited by law.
Recycling bins should be provided at strategic locations to facilitate recovery of aluminium cans and waste paper from the Project Site. Materials recovered should be sold for recycling.

To ensure proper handling Project Site / During Contractor of sewage construction

To ensure proper handling Project Site / During Contractor of general refuse construction

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7.6.6 - Staff Training
Training should be provided to workers on
the concept of site cleanliness and
appropriate waste management procedures,
including waste reduction, reuse and
recycling at the beginning of the
construction works.
7.7 6.1 EM&A Requirements
Joint site audits by the Environmental Team
and the Contractor should be undertaken on
a weekly basis. Particular attention should
be given to the Contractor’s provision of
sufficient spaces, adequacy of resources and
facilities for on-site sorting and temporary
storage of C&D materials. The C&D
materials to be disposed of from the Project
Site should be visually inspected. The
public fill for delivery to the off-site
stockpiling area should contain no
observable non-inert materials (e.g., general
refuse, timber, etc).
The waste to be disposed of at refuse
transfer stations or landfills should as far as
possible contains no observable inert or
reusable/recyclable C&D materials (e.g.,
soil, broken rock, metal, and
paper/cardboard packaging, etc). Any
irregularities observed during the weekly
site audits should be raised promptly to the
Contractor for rectification.

To ensure that adverse Project Site / Contract Contractor environmental impacts are mobilisation and prevented during construction

To ensure that adverse Project Site / During ET and environmental impacts are construction Contractor prevented

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EM&A is not required during the operational phase of the Proposed Beach Development.
Ecology Construction Phase
8.10.2 7.1 Measures for Common Rat Snake To undertake a search of the Common Rat Snake within the land based Project Site just before the commencement of the To ensure that adverse impacts arising from the Project to Common Rat Snake are prevented Project Site (land based) / prior to commencement of construction works ET / Qualified Ecologist -
construction works. Due to the small size of
the Project Site and given that there are no optimal habitats for Common Rat Snake, one day-time search is considered sufficient. The surveyor(s) should actively search the areas within the Project Site and pay special attention to the leaf litters and rocks. All
recorded Common Rat Snake should be
caught by hand and translocated to the shrubland at the north of the Study Area, immediately after the search. The Common Rat Snake search and translocation works
should be undertaken by a qualified ecologist with relevant experience in faunal translocation works.

-7.2 Measures for marine ecology To ensure that adverse Project Site (marine ET / Qualified

impacts arising from the based) / prior to Ecologist

(1) To translocate target marine fauna,

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including fishes, starfish, sea urchins marine works
and sea cucumbers, from the intertidal
area of the Site at Lung Mei to the
intertidal area at the reception site of
Ting Kok East before commencement
of sand filling works or any other works
that may cause disturbances to the
existing marine ecology. The
translocation works shall cover
capturing, handling, holding
transporting and releasing of the
captured target marine fauna.
(2) Translocation of seahorses, including
identifying, capturing, handling,
protecting, transporting and placing the
target seahorse species from Site at
Lung Mei to the reception site of Ting
Kok East, as well as pre-and post-
translocation monitoring and post-
construction monitoring shall be
conducted. Seahorse translocation shall
be undertaken before the
commencement of marine construction
works. The identifying, capturing,
handling, protecting, transporting and
placing of seahorses shall be led and
supervised by the Fish Specialist.
8.10.2 - Dredging and Sand Filling Operations To minimise ecological Project Site / During Contractor -
impacts arising from dredging and sand
It is predicted that the sediment plume and dredging and sand filling filling works
the sediment deposition will not be large in works
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extent and no unacceptable water impacts
including DO depletion, release of
contaminants and nutrients are expected.
Although no unacceptable water quality
impacts would result, the following good
construction site practice and proactive
precautionary measures are recommended to
ensure dredging and sandfilling operations
would be undertaken in such a manner as to
avoid any uncontrolled or unexpected
incidents during the marine works:
A movable cage type / metal frame
type silt curtain should be deployed
around the dredging area next to the
grab dredger prior to commencement
of dredging works;
Standing type silt curtains should be
deployed around the proposed
sandfilling extent prior to
commencement of sandfilling works;
and
Proper equipment, dredging rate, filling rate
and good construction practices should be
implemented, details refer to Section 6.6.1.
8.10.2 - Measures for Controlling Construction To minimise ecological Project Site / During Contractor -
Runoff impacts of construction dredging and filling
runoff works
Storm water run-off from the
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construction site should be directed into existing drainage channel via adequately designed sand/silt removal facilities such as sand/silt traps and oil interceptors. Channels, earth bunds or sand bag barriers should be provided on site to properly direct storm water to such silt removal facilities.

8.10.2 -Planting along the Western Drainage Diversion

Provide tree/ shrub/ climber planting along the gabion wall of the new drainage channel. Regular monitoring and removal of the weed plant Mikania micrantha during the establishment and maintenance period.

8.10.2 - Good Construction Practices

Erect fences along the boundary of the Extension Site before the commencement of works to prevent vehicle movements, and encroachment of personnel, onto adjacent areas; and

Regularly check the work site boundaries to ensure that they are not breached and that damage does not

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occur to surrounding areas.
Ecology Operational Phase
8.10.3 -A total of approximately 382 mangrove To monitoring the Next to Eastern Box ET/ Qualified -
seedlings will be provided. Detailed conditions of mangroves Culvert / After Ecologist
mangrove seedling planting proposal after re-planting plantation works
providing information of planting
methodology, recipient sites, planting
species and mix, implementation
programme, post-planting monitoring and
personal involved shall be submitted to and
approved by EPD and AFCD.
Mangrove seedling planting should be
undertaken and supervised by a suitably
qualified botanist/ horticulturist. After
planting, one year monitoring should be
undertaken to check the performance and
health conditions of the planted individuals
on a monthly basis. Remedial actions
should be discussed with AFCD in the event
of unsuccessful mangrove seedling planting
and follow an approved Event and Action
Plan as indicated in Table 8.30 of the EIA
Report.
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and proposed along the outer sides of the conditions of mangroves Culvert / After Ecologist/Contra
8.12.2 groynes and western drainage channel at a after re-planting plantation works ctor
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level of about 1.2 to 1.6 mPD with a total size of 300 m2. After planting, one year monitoring will be undertaken to check the performance and health conditions of the planted individuals on a monthly basis. Regular monitoring and removal of the weed plant Mikania micrantha during the establishment and maintenance period.

Fisheries Construction Phase

9.10.1 -EM&A Requirements

EM&A is not required during the construction phase of the Project. However, water quality monitoring will be conducted at the Yim Tin Tsai Fish Culture Zone. Details should be referred to the Water Quality Section.

Fisheries Operational Phase

9.10.2 -EM&A Requirements

EM&A is not required during the operational phase of the Proposed Beach Development.

Landscape and Visual Impact Construction Phase

To ensure that no water quality deterioration in the Fish Culture Zone as a result of the dredging and sandfilling works Details refer to Section 12.6 of the EM&A Manual. ET and Contractor Environmental Impact Assessment Ordinance, Annex 21 of the EIAO-TM
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10.5.1 -Landscape Mitigation

A Landscape Plan will be submitted before the commencement of Works.

10.6.10 -Cultivation of areas impacted during construction. Areas impacted during the construction phase that are not required during the operational phase, are to be cultivated to a depth of 300mm in accordance with accepted Hong Kong practice and guidelines. The cultivation shall involve ripping of compacted soil by mechanical means and the addition gypsum and/or organic fertiliser if required.

10.6.10 -Car Park Tree Planting. Advanced trees are to be planted in the car park.

10.6.10 -Tree and shrub planting. All planting of trees and shrubs is to be carried out in accordance with the relevant best practice guidelines. Plant densities are to be provided in future detailed design documents and are to be selected so as to achieve a finished landscape that matches the surrounding, undisturbed, equivalent landscape types. Regular monitoring and removal of the weed plant Mikania micrantha during the establishment and maintenance period.

10.6.10 -Roof Terrace Planting. Trees, shrubs and climbers shall be established in planters on To provide landscaping work.

To improve the soil allowing plants to thrive

To provide shade to the Project Site / During
carpark areas and to reduce construction
the mass of the paved areas
To improve the appearance Project Site / During
of the development construction

To improve the appearance of the development by

Before commencement of construction phase

Project Site / During construction

Project Site / During construction

ET and Contractor

Contractor

Contractor

Contractor

Contractor

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the roof terraces of the new structures where softening the building
possible. element
10.6.10 - Natural Rock Groynes New rock groynes To improve the appearance Project Site / During Contractor -
are needed to contain the sand of the new of the development to make construction
beach. Natural stones will be used for the man-made feature be
construction of the Groynes. more compatible with the
surroundings
10.6.10 - Inter-Tidal Re-generation. It is likely that a To improve the appearance Adjacent areas Nil -
build up of sediment and sand will occur at of the development
the outer edges of the rock groyne. This is a
natural process and the development
proponent has no control over the
implementation of this mitigation measure.
10.6.10 - Mangrove Re-generation. Mangroves of To improve the ecological Project Site / During Contractor -
similar species to existing to be manually value of the project post-construction
established by planting of droppings.
10.6.10 - Buffer Planting. Trees and shrubs are to be To improve the appearance Project Site / During Contractor -
planted along Ting Kok road to screen the of the development post-construction
development from the nearby
Village/Developed Areas.
10.6.10 - Early Planting Works Where technically To improve the appearance Project Site / During Contractor -
feasible, new plantings are to be installed of the development construction
during the construction works to reduce
landscape impacts.
10.6.10 - Tree Protection/Transplantation. Where To improve the appearance Project Site / Before Contractor -
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Trees/Backshore Vegetation LR are to be retained. Those trees that cannot be retained that are of value are to be transplanted.

10.7.9 - Visual Mitigation

Design of Structures. The structure shown in the photomontages are to illustrate the mass of the structures only. During the design phase of the development, features such as the location of doors, windows, eaves etc. will be detailed. All of these elements will greatly improve the appearance of the structures. Where possible, built structures will utilise appropriate designs to complement the surrounding landscape. Materials and finishes will also be considered during detailed design.

10.7.9 -Colour Scheme. Colours for the structures can be used to complement the surrounding area. Lighter colours such as shades of light grey, off-white and light brown may be utilised where technically feasible to reduce the visibility of the structures.

10.7.9 -Plantings. In addition to the landscape mitigation plantings proposed in Section

10.5.9 of the EIA report, appropriate new plantings will be installed as appropriate to help integrate the new structures into the surrounding landscape.

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To reduce visual impacts Project Site / During Architect and improve the construction appearance of the development

To reduce visual impacts Project Site / During Architect and improve the construction appearance of the development

To help integrate the new Project Site / During Contractor structures into the post-construction surrounding landscape

10.7.9 -Colour of Site Hoardings. In order to To mitigate the visual Project Site / During Contractor mitigate the visual impact of these impact of temporary construction

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temporary hoardings, it is recommended that hoardings
the hoardings be erected at a uniform height,
with a uniform colour that complements the
existing surrounding landscape.
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A specialist Landscape Sub-Contractor should be employed for the implementation of landscape construction works and subsequent maintenance operations during a 12-month establishment period. To check the implementation and maintenance of landscape mitigation measures and ensure that they are fully Project Site / During construction and post-construction phase Specialist Landscape Subcontractor,Regist ered Landscape Architect and ET -
A Registered Landscape Architect should be employed to supervise the specialist Landscape Sub-contractor for the implementation of landscape works, both hard and soft, involved. realised and that potential conflicts between the proposed landscape measures and any other project works and operational requirements
Measures undertaken by both the are resolved at the earliest
Contractor(s) and the specialist Landscape practical date and without
Sub-Contractor during the construction compromise to the
phase and first year post-construction will be intention of the mitigation
audited by the Registered Landscape measures
Architect of the ET.
Site inspections should be undertaken at
least once every two weeks throughout the
landscaping plants establishment period
when planting works are being undertaken.

A tree survey should be prepared, for DLO submission, and for the purpose of existing trees protection. Removal of existing trees to be minimized. The Contractor should consider to employ a certified arborist when sizable and valuable existing tree(s) protection of transplant is required.

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Post-construction phase auditing will be restricted to the 12-month establishment works of the landscaping proposals.

Advance planting-monitoring of implementation and maintenance of planting, and against potential incursion, physical damage, fire, pollution, surface erosion, etc.

Protection of trees to be retained-identification and demarcation of trees / vegetation to be retained, erection of physical protection (e.g. fencing), monitoring against potential incursion, physical damage, fire, pollution, surface erosion, etc.

Clearance of existing vegetation-identification and demarcation of trees / vegetation to be cleared, checking of extent of works to reduce damage, monitoring of adjacent areas against potential incursion, physical damage, fire, pollution, surface erosion, etc.

Transplanting of trees-identification and demarcation of trees / vegetation to be transplanted, monitoring of extent of pruning / lifting works to reduce damage,

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timing of operations, implementation of the
stages of preparatory and translocation
works, and maintenance of transplanted
vegetation, etc.
Plant supply-monitoring of operations
relating to the supply of specialist plant
material (including the collecting,
germination and growth of plants from seed)
to ensure that plants will be available in time
to be used within the construction works.
Soiling, planting, etc-monitoring of
implementation and maintenance of soiling
and planting works and against potential
incursion, physical damage, fire, pollution,
surface erosion, etc.
Architectural design and treatment of all
structures (where practicable), retaining
walls, elevated road structures and other
engineering works-implementation and
maintenance of mitigation measures, to
ensure conformity with agreed designs.
Erection of Site Hoardings/Fences-Erection
of site hoardings/fences during the
construction phase to reduce visual impacts.
Establishment Works-monitoring of
implementation of maintenance operations
during Establishment Period.
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Hong Kong standard for the life of the of the development. operation
Proposed Beach Development