TECHNICAL GUIDELINES ON

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ANALYSIS COMPILATION

FOR GENERAL MINING ACTIVITY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

JAKARTA

1996

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ANALYSIS SYSTEMATIC COMPILATION

FOR GENERAL MINING ACTIVITY

 

 

 

PREFACE

LIST OF CONTENTS

LIST OF TABLES

LIST OF FIGURES

LIST OF APPENDIXES

 

CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION

1.1. Background I-1

1.2. Objectives and Purpose of Study I-1

 

CHAPTER II STUDY METHODS

2.1. Significant Impacts to be studied II-1

2.2. Study Area II-2

2.3. Data Collection and Analysis Method II-3

2.4. Methods for Prediction of Significant Impacts II-4

2.5. Methods for Evaluation of Significant Impacts II-4

 

CHAPTER III DESCRIPTION OF ACTIVITY

3.1. Identity of Proponents and ANDAL Compilers III-1

3.2. Objectives of the Proposed Business or Activity III-1

3.3. Use and Importance of Proposed Activity III-1

3.4. Activity Location III-2

3.5. Activity Time Span III-2

3.6. Interconnection Between Activity Location and

Resources and Other Surroundings Activities III-2

3.7. Reserve III-2

3.8. Mining System III-2

3.9. Supporting Facilities III-2

3.10.General Mining Activity Component III-3

 

CHAPTER IV ENVIRONMENTAL BASELINE

4.1. Geophysical - Chemical Environmental Components IV-2

4.2. Biological Environmental Components IV-4

4.3. Social and Public Health Environmental Components IV-5

 

CHAPTER V SIGNIFICANT IMPACT PREDICTION

 

 

CHAPTER VI SIGNIFICANT IMPACT EVALUATION

6.1. Analysis of Significant Impacts Study VI-1

6.2. Study and Direction as Basic Management VI-1

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

APPENDICES

 

MAIN CONTENT OF EACH CHAPTER AND SUB CHAPTER OF

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ANALYSIS DOCUMENT FOR

GENERAL MINING ACTIVITY

 

PREFACE

- Include basic law for the implementation of AMDAL study for Oil-Gas and Geothermal Activity (Government Regulation No. 51 of 1993, The State Minister of Environment Decree and The Minister of Mines and Energy Decree and the references that arrange the systimatic Amdal Document Compilation).

- Preface is signed by activity responsible person and stamped.

LIST OF CONTENTS

- The contents are chapter, subchapter, sub-subchapter etc and number of page that include in ANDAL document of general activity.

LIST OF TABLES

- The contents are number of table, title of table and page of table that include in ANDAL document of general activity.

LIST OF FIGURES

- The contents are number of figure, title of figure and page of figure that include in ANDAL document of general activity.

LIST OF APPENDICES

- The contents are number of appendices, title of appendices and page of appendices that include in ANDAL document of general activity.

 

 

 

CHAPTER I

INTRODUCTION

 

Brief and systimatic explanation regarding background of ANDAL study for the general mining proposed activity.

1.1. Background

Include reason, consideration and basic need to be carried out ANDAL, considered from:

a. Valid regulation and related with environmental management particularly to fulfil and implements :

- Law No.4 of 1982 regading Basic Provisions for the Management of Environment, particularly on Chapter IV paragraph 16.

- Government Regulation No. 51 of 1993 regarding Environmental Impact Analysis.

- The State Minister of Environment Decree No.11/MENLH/1994 regarding types of Business or Activities required to prepare an Environmental Impact Analysis.

- The State Minister of Environment Decree No.14/MENLH/1994 regarding General Guidelines for the Preparation of Environmental Impact Analysis.

- Valid regulations in the State Minister of Environment, Minister of Mines and Energy, Local Government and other related regulation.

b. Government regulation regarding environment concept development.

c. Relation activity plan with possibility significant impact, among others :

- Various clash of interest in utilization of natural resources (material, water, forest and etc) and land (mention the type, name and location of activity) and clash of interest both ecological or economical).

- The specific of environment baseline and the emerging specific impact.

- Local general spatial plan with specific impact.

1.2. Objective and Purpose of Study

In this part are described the objectives of ANDAL study, particularly are :

a. To identify proposed oil-gas and geothermal mining activities from pre-construction, construction, operation to post-operation particularly on acvities which will produce significants impact on the environment.

b. To identify environmental baseline, those are condition and regional ecosystem before the existence of general mining activities, particularly that will be affected by the significant impacts from the pre-construction, operation and post-operation stages.

c. To predict and evaluate significant impacts that will cause on pre-construction, construction, operation to post-operation stages of General Mining activities.

d. To provide Environmental Management Plan (RKL) and Environmental Monitoring Plan (RPL).

Clearly describe the use of ANDAL study such as :

a. As consideration input in decision making process regarding the environmental feasibility of the proposed general mining.

b. Providing information to the people enable them to benefit from positive impacts and to avoid negative impacts that potential caused by general mining activity plan.

 

CHAPTER II

STUDY METHODS

 

In this described the significant impacts analyzed, the study area, methods for data collection and analysis, methods for prediction and evaluation of significant impacts. All topics described in this chapter refers to those aspects contained in the Terms of Reference.

2.1. Significant Impacts to be Studied

a. Brief description concerning activities plan causing impact particularly activities components that directly related with impacts, such as :

1. Preparation Stage, among others :

- Land acquisition

- Manpower acceptance

- Road construction

- Means and infrastructure construction

- Treatment installation construction

- Tunneling (underground mines)

- Land clearing

2. Operation Stage, among others :

- Land fip removal

- Cover ground excavating

- Cover ground removing

- Reclamation

- Ore mining

- Ore transport

- Ore treatment

- Ore piling

3. Post-Operation Stage, among others :

- Land reclamation after operational stage

b. Briefly description concerning environmental baseline/geological-physical-chemical-biological and socio) affected by impacts, particularly environmental components directly affected by impacts.

c. Studied aspects as mentioned on item 1 a) and b) mentioned on scope result that describe in terms of reference Amdal documents.

2.2. Study Area

Include a brief description of the study area, referring to that prescribed in terms of reference for the ANDAL and the result of the field investigation.

This study area covers :

- Project Boundaries refer to the space within which the business or activity will be carried out during pre-construction, construction, operation and post operation.

- Ecological Boundaries refer to the space of distribution of the impacts of the proposal business or activitiy with regard to the waste transportation media (water, air) in which the ongoing natural process are expected to experience fundamental changes.

- Social Boundaries refer to the area around the business or activity where social interactions, including certain norms and values (including social system and structures), according to the dynamic social process of the community group which is predicted to undergo fundamental change as a result of the business or activity.

- Administrative Boundaries refer to the area where the community can freely conduct its socio-economic and socio-cultural activities according to the prevailing laws and legislation.

Legislation from the above mentioned boundaries is technical are which is ANDAL study area.

ANDAL study area boundaries need to be presented in the map with appropriate scale (Map of 1 : 25000 to 1 : 10000 scale and appropriate with valid cartography convention) and each boundaries area is marked with different colors.

 

2.3. Data Collection and Analysis Methods

This sub-chapter describes the following :

a. Clearly describe the methods or instruments used or the valid and reliable primary and secondary data collection.

b. The environmental collection data should be presented on data collection sites and on the map with appropriate scale.

c. Data collection on demography, socio-economics, culture and public health as far as possible use a combination of three methods : literature study, survey and field observation/analysis in order to acquire highly reliable data.

d. A clear description of the methods or equipment used in the data analysis.

The data collected and analyzed are :

a. Environmental components data which will predicted affected significant impact cause of activity.

b. Activity components data which predicted will affected significant impact from environment.

While type of data are :

a. Primary data : description of observation method, measurement and data analysis such as geological-physical-chemical, biology, socio-economic and socio-cultural sampling procedure at the field on the determined location.

Include the consideration in method determination and sampling location with appropriate scale.

b. Secondary data : description of secondary data collection method, and type of secondary data to be collected with date and source of data.

- Government and private institution that related with project activity

- Report of survey/study concerning environment from the same aspect at the area of surrounding proposed activity location

- Literature study related with proposed project activity.

 

2.4. Methods of Significant Impact Prediction

Brief and clear description concerning the methods applied in the ANDAL study to predict the magnitude environmental impact and significant impact determination on each environmental components affected by impact.

For example

- Impact indentification should be mentioned the method of flowchart, matrix and checklist.

- Significant impact prediction using formal method (mathematic and statistic model) and informal (analog model, observation and professional judgement) on each environmental components.

- For impact prediction towards air and water quality to be calculated the dispersion.

2.5. Significant Impact Evaluation Methods

Description of common methods in the ANDAL study to evaluate significant impacts from activity plan from the pre-construction to post operation stage towards environment as holistic, so can be used as basic for environmental feasibility analysis from the proposed activity alternatives with based on :

- Guidelines for determination significant impacts in accordance with Head of Bapedal Decree Number : KEP-056 of 1994.

- Comparison the significant impact with environment standard.

CHAPTER III

DESCRIPTION OF ACTIVITY

 

3.1. Identity of Proponent and Compilers of ANDAL

Description identity of proponent and compilers of ANDAL

a. Identity of Proponent

- Full name and address (telephone and fax) of institution/company as proponent of activity plan.

- Full name address (telephone and fax) of responsible person of activity plan.

b. Identity of compilers of ANDAL

- Full name and address (telephone and fax) of institution/company with qualification and reference.

- Full name, address, telephone and fax of responsible person of ANDAL compilers.

- List of compilers team of ANDAL, completed with qualification (table)

1. Team Leader

2. Geophysical-chemical Team

3. Biological Team

4. Social and Public Health Team

5. Technical Activity Team

3.2. Objectives of the Proposed Activity

Statement of the aims and objectives of the proposed business or activity.

The objectives should be stated systematically.

3.3. Use and Importance of Proposed Business or Activity

A description of the uses of and needs for implementations of the proposed business or activity, from the point of view of both the proponent and development programs.

 

3.4. Location of Activity

Location of proposed activity indicated on a map of appropriate scale and astronomic boundaries, indicating information on the location of the building and other structures to be constructed at the site of the proposed business or activity as well as relationship between the buildings and structures and any pre-existing structures (community main roads, railways, ports and etc).

3.5. Activity Time Span

3.6. Interconnection Between Activity Location and Other Surroundings Activities

a. Other activities of the Mines and Energy sector or other sectors (for example : Agriculture, Forestry, etc) or natural boundaries (for example : rivers, mountains, forest, etc)

b. Mention the distance and interconnection (complete with proper scale map).

3.7. Reserve

Describe the mine resources covering : measured reserve, estimated reserve and presumed reserve.

3.8. Mining System

Describe in detail the used mining system, either open mines, or underground mines also underground mines also the used mining methods.

3.9. Supporting Facilities

Describe in detail the used supporting facilities at all stages, for example : reserve water reservoir, electric power, chemical and mechanical material warehouse, laboratory and others.

 

3.10. General Mining Activity Component

The predicted General Mining Activity components emerging environmental impacts :

A. Coal Mining

1. Preparation Stage

Describe in full detail the activity plan and schedule during preparation stage causing to emerge significant impacts towards environment, for example :

- Land acquisition

- Manpower acceptance

- Equipment mobilization

- Road construction

- Means and infrastructure construction

- Treatment installation construction, covering, waste reservoir, waste treatment installation

- Tunneling (underground mines)

- Land clearing

2. Operational Stage

Describe in full detail the activity plan and schedule during operational stage causing to emerge significant impacts towards environment, for example :

- Geotechnical and geochemical condition

- Chemical and dangerous materials used

- Land tip excavating

- Reserve

- Mining recovery

- Treatment recovery

- Excavating material conservation

- Cover ground removal

- Original removal

- Coal mining

- Coal loading and transporting, describe equipment type, capacity and total used. Also when harbour/pier being constructed to be mentioned the depth, harbour/pier capacity and shipping frequency.

- Coal processing, to be described the available coal processing, among others the coal scraping and washing process.

- Coal piling

- Produced wastes

- Surface from change every 5 years or less during mining period

- Reclamation

- etc.

3. Post-Operational Stage

Describe in detail regarding the activity plan and schedule during post-operational stage causing significant impacts to emerge environment, for example :

- Employment discharge

- Reclamation

B. Primary Ore Mining

1. Preparation Stage

Describe in detail regarding activity plan and schedule during preparation stage causing significant impacts to emerge towards environment, for example :

- Land acquisition

- Manpower acceptance

- Road construction

- Means and infrastructure construction

- Treatment installation construction

- Tunneling (underground mines)

- Land clearing

2. Operational Stage

Describe in detail regarding activity plan and schedule during operational stage causing significant impacts to emerge towards environment, for example :

 

- Ground geotechnic and geochemical condition

- Chemical and dangerous materials used

- Land tip excavation

- Cover ground removing

- Original removal

- Reserves

- Mines recovery

- Treatment recovery

- Excavating material conservation

- Primary ore mining, describe mining activities covering drilling, exploding, supporting, etc.

- Primary ore loading and transporting, describe equipment type, capacity and total loading and transporting equipment used. Also when constructing harbour/pier to be mentioned depth, harbour/pier capacity and shipping frequency.

- Primary ore processing, describe the available primary are processing, among others : covering, crushing, grinding, concentrating, water level reducing, melting and other processes.

- Primary ore piling

- Produced wastes

- Surface form changes every 5 years or less during mining period

- etc.

3. Post-Operational Stage

Describe in detail regarding activity plan and schedule during post-operational stage causing significant impacts to emerge towards environment, for example :

- Employment discharge

- Reclamation

 

C. Secondary Ore Mining

1. Preparation Stage

Describe in detail regarding activity plan and schedule during preparation stage causing significant impacts to emerge, for example :

- Land acquisition

- Manpower acceptance

- Road construction

- Means and infrastructure construction

- Treatment installation construction

- Tunneling (underground mines)

- Land clearing

2. Operational Stage

Describe in detail regarding activity plan and schedule during operational stage causing significant impact to emerge towards environment, for example :

- Ground and geotechnic and geochemical condition

- Chemical and dangerous materials used

- Land tip excavation

- Cover ground removal

- Reserve

- Mines

- Treatment recovery

- Excavating material conservation

- Secondary ore mining, describe mining activities covering drilling, exploding, supporting, etc.

- Secondary are loading and transporting, describe mining activities covering drilling, exploding, supporting, etc.

- Secondary ore loading and transporting, describe equipment type, capacity and total loading and transporting equipment used. Also when constructing harbour/pier to be mentioned depth, harbour/pier capacity and shipping frequency.

- Secondary ore processing, describe the available secondary ore processing, among others covering crushing, grinding, concentrating, water level reducing, melting and other processes.

- Secondary ore piling

- Produced wastes

- Surface form change every 5 years or less during mining period

- etc.

3. Post-Operational Stage

Describe in detail regarding activity plan and schedule during post-operational stage causing significant impacts to emerge towards environment, for example :

- Employment discharge

- Reclamation

 

 

CHAPTER IV

ENVIRONMENTAL BASELINE

 

In this chapter the environmental information concerning the following shall be provided in a complete form as possible. This environmental data and information presented should be done completely, detailed and systematically, so that can be seen clearly interconnection between each component as follows :

In this chapter to be presented the environmental information as complete as possible regarding :

1. A description of the environment in the study area for the proposed activity and surrounding shall be describe in detail those environmental components which have the potential to experience significant impacts. The environmental components having ecological, economic and cultural importance meaning, need to get particularly attention such as scare wild animal, archeological remains, environmental baseline with natural scenic beauty, conflict land and condition of population social-economy and social culture. Beside that need to describe clearly concerning the difference importance of land utilization.

2. Detail and complete description of qualitative and quantitative conditions of the various natural resources for the surroundings of proposed location both already in use or planned for use as well as those having potential for utilization. The condition of natural resources, shall be presented in maps or tables at an appropriate scale, and if necessary, diagrams, graphics or photographs should be provided.

3. Data and information on environmental baseline. A brief description of the environmental conditions in the study area of oil-gas and geothermal mining activity which is limited to those environmental components related to pottentially affected significant impact. The environmental components which may be analyzed shall be according to the result of the scope in Terms of Reference of the ANDAL. If deemed necessary on the basis of the results of the field evaluation. This environmental baseline information and data presenting should be provided completely, detail and systimatically so could be shown clearly relation between each components as follows :

4.1. Geophysical - Chemical

a. Climate and air quality

The monthly and annual climate components and air quality which need to be present such as : climate type, temperature (maximum, minimum and average), humidity, rainfall, number of rainday, wind condition (direction and velocity), intensity of solar, radiation pollutant (dust, CO, CO2, NOx, SO2, H2S etc), noise level and etc.

b. Hydrology and water quality

Information of water resources as hydrology covers the hydrological condition of the area, particularly, physical and chemical water characteristic from water body that influenced by the waste and predicted will be affected by other impact.

Hydrology and water quality components that need description such as :

- River characteristics, lake and etc

- Pattern

- Decade, annual and monthly average discharge

- Sedimentation and erosion level

- Physical condition of water surface and ground water

- Water supply and demand levels for drinking, bathing and washing

- Water supply and demand levels for agriculture, industry etc

- Water quality

c. Physiography and Geology

Desribe the physiography and geology condition, such as

1. Topographical condition/land morphology, geological structure, stratigraphy and seismic information at the project area and surrounding (from Feasibility Study Data). Particularly for stratigraphy need to describe the thickness of each soil layer.

2. Type of soil, soil chemical and physical characteristic, such as porosity, permeability and soil fertility level.

3. Soil and or slope stability level both geologis process and erosion/sedimentation process.

4. Unique, specially and land form and rock unsafety as Geological, ecological and aethetic value. This information shall be described in a map with appropriate scale and or respresentative diagram/figure

- Morphology

- Stratigraphy

- Geological structure

- Soil type

- Environmental indicator related with geological and soil stability, those are land movement, earthquake, vulcanic activity and etc.

- Unique/special landscape

- etc.

d. Hydrooceanography

Proposed business or activities that directly related with ocean, shall be described hydrooceanography condition, covering :

1. Tidal pattern, current, sea waves and influence to the river mouth at surroundings.

2. Condition and characteristic of shore and the interaction with sedimentation, wind and season/climate such as shoreline changes cause of season. Describe also coastal sedimentation speed.

3. Sea water quality and interaction with riverwater from the surroundings rivers and monsoon change result.

e. Space, Land and Soil

1. Inventory of land use and other resource at the activity location and surroundings during activity is applied and possibility at future.

2. Development area plan, spatial plan, land use plan and other resources that prepared officially by local government both regency, province or national at activity development plan location.

3. Possible conflict between plan activity with land use plan and other source, in relation with land compensation for activity plan.

4. Inventory of aesthetic values and scenic beauty and existing recreation area surrounding activity plan.

5. Explanation and description shall be completed with layout of activities map and local general layout plan with clear and appropriate map.

4.2. Biology

a. Terrestrial/aquatic flora

- Description of the vegetation, type and vegetation species, composition and community structure at surroundings of the activity location.

- Description of vegetation community that exist at the location and surroudings and utilization (economic/ecology) for human and food also wild animal habitat.

- Description of unique vegetation that having historical value (natural and cultural), scenic beauty and recreation also specific economic and ecological, both at land area and sea area surrounding the activity location.

- Specific ecosystem (coral reef, mangrove forest and etc).

- Description of vegetation and ecosystems which are protected by law at surrounding activity.

b. Terrestrial/aquatic fauna

- Estimated of the abudance, migration patterns, habitat and population density of animal (fish, reptile, aves, mammal and animal that protected by law).

- The significant behaviour of fauna those are habitat, breeding and behaviour in the area and habitat (ecology).

- Estimates of the distribution and population density of invertebrated which are considered important as food, source of pests and disease.

- Other animals that possible influenced by activity impact particularly that can threatened with extintion.

4.3. Social (Demography, Economic and Culture) and Public Health Environmental Components

In this part shall be described various aspect that social and public health condition in the study boundary area, covers :

a. Demography :

- Population structure according age group, sex, livelihood, education and religion.

- Population density and distribution

- Natality

- Productive workforce

- Population growth pattern.

b. Economic

- Job opportunity level

- Population livelihood

- Population income level

- Economic infrastructure and facilities

- Land ownership and land price and compensation cost.

c. Culture

- Social groups and organization in the community

- Prevailing traditional customs and behaviour

- Social process in the community

- Community attitudes and perceptions regarding the proposed activity

- Historical remain that exist at project location (if any).

d. Public Health

- Type and number of health facilities

- Incidence and prevalence of disease related to the proposed business activity

- Environmental sanitation, particularly fresh water supply

- Nutritional status and food sufficiency

- Physician and paramedic service coverage

CHAPTER V

PREDICTION OF SIGNIFICANT IMPACTS

 

Description in this chapter should be done sistimatically and consistent with the description in chapter, particularly with Chapter IV Environmental Baseline. In this chapter should be described :

1. A comprehensive and accurate prediction of the impacts on the environment of the project activity during pre-construction, construction, operation and post operation phase. This impact analysis is done with analyzing the differences between the predicted environmental quality with the implementation of the project activity and the environmental quality condition without project implementation using an impacts prediction method.

Description of significant impact that may be result caused of various activity components, both positive and negative impacts should be based on data and information obtained from study (secondary and primary data). If actual data and information are not available, or could not accounted, so in the report should be put forward explicity that significant impacts prediction subjective because are still based on determination discrepancy of data and information.

2. Determination of the significance of the predicted changes in the quality of the environment for the community in the study area and government, by referring to the Guidelines for the Determation of Significant Impacts.

3. Significant impact category cause of this project activity is need to pay attention to the direct and indirect impacts. Direct impacts are impacts directly caused by the project activity. While for indirect impacts are caused by changes in an environmental components and or primary activity of the proposed activity. Relation between various environmental components and activity components also various reasons until a certain environmental components is formed, need to explain cleary and detail, both in explanation or in diagram.

4. Below is explained some topics effort that need to describe completely, systimatically and consistent with chapters before :

a. Geo-Physic-Chemistry

1. Climate , air quality and noise

Significant impact potential from proposed project which could be caused changes on climate, air quality should be calculated using dispersion approach. Besides that noise will happen also. Prediction should cover settlement and vegetation community areas or protected/and or unique and/or economical importance in the ecosystem space.

2. Physiography and Geology

Significant impact potential from proposed project activity towards :

- Unique natural features

- Land changes affected by material cutting (rock, soil, sand and etc) or waste management in form of sludge, filling and land clearing.

3. Hydrology and water quality

Significant impact potential from proposed project activity emerging changes on water quality and should be calculated using dispersion model approach towards hot water dispersion. Besides that, also required to investigate other significant impact caused by activities, for example :

- River/lake/sea water quality

- Water utilized by the population

- Ground water quality.

4. Space, land and soil

Significant impact potential from proposed project activity on :

- Changes, delimination, difference interest in utilization and making efficient use of space/land, water and other natural resources, because of proposed project activity

- Scenic beauty and opportunity to benefit aesthetic and recreative source and cause of proposed project activity

- Development plan of region, space, land use and water.

b. Biology

1. Flora

Significant impacts potential of project activity on :

- Community and diversity of vegetation that sensitive toward pollution and have economic and ecologist high value at the proposed project location.

- Community and diversity of vegetation that unique/rare and or protected, have historical, natural scenic beauty and recreative value.

2. Fauna

Significant impact potential of project activity on :

- A place for human and animal and cause to hunt and to kill without maturity determination.

- Disturbance such as; expulsion, noising to the wild animal.

- Disturbance such as coral reef disturbance cause of thermal dispersion effluent.

c. Social (Demographic, Economic and Culture) and Public Health

Significant impact potential of project activity on :

1. Condition and changes of economic activity centre, infrastructure, livelihood and income.

2. Condition and changes of population structure including number, density, diversity of population also population mobility structure with existence and dismissal of project workers.

3. Condition and changes of specific manners from customs and tradition, customs and manners, faith system, interaction, infra and between population group, value and norm system also historical remains object.

4. Behaviour, value and perception toward proposed project activity and proposed resettlement and distribution population (among others population unrest).

5. Land price speculation for project requirement and development/changes of land ownership because of project.

 

6. Condition and development of health facilities at project location.

7. Condition and development of facilities and means of social culture.

CHAPTER VI

EVALUATION OF SIGNIFICANT IMPACTS

 

This chapter should contain the results of the evaluation and analysis on the significant impacts of the proposed activity.

This evaluation results shall furthermore become input to the responsible agencies in deciding on the environmental feasibility of the proposed activity, according to the provisions of PP 51/1993.

6.1. Analysis of Significant Impacts

a. A holistic analysis of the various environmental components predicted to experience fundamental changes. Holistic impact evaluation means a comprehensive study in Chapter V, is terms of the activity sources which cause the impacts on environmental components as analysis on Chapter V. The various environmental components affected by the significant impacts (whether positive or negative) are analyzed as an inter-related unit so that the balance between the significant positive and negative impacts may be described.

b. The basic formulation of impact category as mentioned above used the criteria that mentioned in Guidelines on Significant Impacts Determinate in accordance with Head of Bapedal Decree No. KEP-056 of year 1994.

6.2. Analysis and Effort as Basic Environmental Management

This analysis is made in order could determine the procedure of environmental management and monitoring more fixed, good and capable to carry out.

a. Cause and effect relationship between the proposed activity with resulted environmental impacts so can be known clearly the main factor that resulted impacts, whether the affected of activity plan not in accordance with environment so the environmental condition may not added with new proposed activity.

b. Description of each significant impacts that maybe cause need to explain clearly such as : negative, positive, period or duration of impact, relation between one and other impacts. Wherever needed, explain when threshold limits for the significant impacts may be reached in activity stages and how long the impact period.

c. Description of community groups which may affected impact both positive or negative impacts and identified comparison between the expected positive impacts and suffered negative impacts.

d. Intensity and distribution of significant impacts, locally, regionally, nationally or even internationally so can determined the institution level capable that can do the management and monitoring.

e. The significant impact evaluation result is presented basically for determine significant impacts that should be managed (Environmental Management and Monitoring Plan Effort).

 

Example

Matrix of Significant Impact Evaluation on Oil & Gas activities

(Bentuk matriknya sama dengan matriks prakiraan)

 

Bibliography

This chapter should contain references for the data and important findings supported with up-to-date scientific literature, and presented as a list in standard bibliographic format.

APPENDICES

- Permits on recommendation obtained by proponents prior to the preparation of the AMDAL.

- Photographs showing the environmental baseline, proposed business or activity in order to provide better understanding of the mutual relationships and the possible significant impacts which may be produced.

- Maps (situation/location of activity map, study boundary area map, slope, sampling location, geological map, etc) with representative scale and equipment.

- Figure/section (example section of ground surface of solid/liquid wate disposal area), photos, graphics amd other tables which are not included in the document.

- Biodata of ANDAL study compiler

- Other materials considered necessary or relevant for include in document.