ENVIRONMENT SUSTAINABILITY PLAN (ESP)
Environment Sustainability Plan (ESP)
Possible Environmental Impacts
Scope for the Integration of Environmental Sustainability concerns
Resources Required (budget, technical support etc.)
· Repair and minor modification of Building (classroom, lab etc.); Raw material for construction, ventilation, energy source and devices, safety measures, and construction operations
· National building code of India, 2005
· Energy Conservation Act
· Possibility of use of illegal mined or low quality material
· Dearth of space, poor ventilation and illumination, lack of basic facilities may lead to uncomfortable working condition Lack of fire safe guard equipment Leads to fire accidents
· Renovation work will be given to well authorize contractor through University Engineer.
· The laboratories will be provided with sufficient space, ventilation, lighting, regular supply of essentials like quality water.
· All labs will be equipped with fire safety equipment and first aid boxes, Display of fire safety instructions.
· Standard norms for renovation will be followed.
· Provision would be made for rain water harvesting structure.
· Recharge of tube wells
· Plantation of 500 plants nearby NAHEP centre
Rs. 7 lakhs
· Open disposal of construction debris
· Whatever debris comes from the repair and minor modification work will be reutilized in University Campus.
· Already taken care.
· Use of non-renewable energy contribute to emission
· Energy consumption will be reducing by using Energy efficient appliances.
· LED/CFL lights will be illuminated using solar energy.
· Installation of solar panel for generation of energy
Rs 15.50 lakhs
· Risk due to lack of safety measures and pollution
· Fire hazard safety tools will be fitted in office/ wherever essential.
· The contractor has been instructed to strictly follow the safety norms and should provide with gloves, helmets masks to the workers.
· Installation of fire safety and CCTV in the premises.
Rs. 5 lakhs
· Hazardous wastes (Management and Handling) Rules, 1989 and Amendment Rules, 2000 & 2003
· E-Waste (management and Handling) Rules, 2018
· Open disposal of hazardous laboratory (liquid) wastes into gutter may contaminate the soil, groundwater etc.
· Radiation Heavy metal contamination of ground water /soil
· Collection of waste separately in mini tub.
· Consultation and visits of the PCB for advisory.
· SOPs will be made available in the laboratories.
· E – Waste will be channelized through collection center or dealer of authorized producer or dismantler or recycler or through the designated take back service provider of the producer
· Will maintain records of e-waste generated by them in Form-2 and make such records available for scrutiny by the concerned State Pollution Control Board;
Students and staff will be trained on laboratory safety guidelines.
Best practice will be followed for disposal of waste.
Agri. Waste into by-products like poultry feeds, cattle feeds etc
Govt. policy/ pollution board procedure followed
· Rs. 10 lakhs for safe disposal of hazardous waste by handing it over to authorized agency.
· Rs.5 lakhs for setting facility for food waste utilization.
· Rs. 1.5 lakh
Capacity building of faculty and students
· Concepts of conservation of natural resources and to bring attitudinal change among students and faculty
· The courses are included in the modules.
Awareness workshops (Approx.
Rs. 2 lakhs).
Research themes of the centre
· Insecticide Act 1968
· Use of pesticide that fall in the category of Class Ia, Ib, and II as per WHO classification will pollute the water, soil & air and effects biodiversity.
· Pesticides banned by WHO will not be used.
· Use of permitted pesticides/fungicides in the research trials as per the WHO classification.
· WHO Laboratory Safety Manual.
· The web-resource will also be helpful to farmers and students for identification of WHO recommended pesticides which are less harmful to environment.
· Formulation of research trials which can conserve natural resources such as Soil and Water and reduce environmental impact
· Development of web and mobile based application
· for choosing appropriate chemical pesticide/ fungicides as per the classification of WHO
· Best practice: Use of bio-control agents viz., Trichogerma sp., Trichoderma sp, Verticillium likyani Zygogramma beetles,etc
· Use of drip system reduces the water wastage and improves soil conservation.
· Recycling of plastic waste by remolding back into use.
· Already being done
Rs 1 lakhs
Rs 2 lakhs
Rs 2 lakh
Rs. 51.00 Lakhs