COMPLIANCE REPORT

For the period from 1st April 2018 to 30th September 2018

Item No Stipulations in EC Status of Compliance
G-8 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) agreed upon by the proponent should be implemented in tune with the conditions specified in the Companies Act, 2013. CSR as agreed is being implemented and the details of amount spent during this six months (April 18 to September 18) is enclosed for reference
G-9 The lease area shall be fenced off with barbed wires to a minimum height of 4ft around, before starting of mining. All the boundary indicators boards, stores, markings, etc) shall be protected at all times and shall be conspicuous The entire lease boundary is properly fenced with Barbed wire with concrete pillars. All necessary sign boards are erected at suitable places
G-10 Warning alarms indicating the time of blasting (to be done at specific timings) has to be arranged as per Stipulations of Explosive Department Blasting operations are always preceded by warning alarms besides persons keeping vigil at vital areas to avoid persons/animals entering the blasting zone
G-11 Control measures on noise and vibration prescribed by KSPCB should be implemented. Regular monitoring of Noise level is being conducted and overall noise level is kept under permitted level
G-12 Quarrying activities should be limited to day time as per KSPCB guidelines. Quarrying operations is restricted to day light
G-13 Blasting should be done in a controlled manner as specified by the regulation of explosives Department or any other concerned agency. Controlled blasting is being carried out by using Electronic delay detonators and also by restricting the number of holes blasted in a round
G-14 A licensed person should supervise/control the blasting operations. Mine Foreman/Mine Mate/Blaster (Certified by the Director General of Mines Safety) will supervise the blasting operations in the quarry
G-15 Access roads to the quarry shall be tarred to contain dust emissions that may arise during transportation of materials Access roads are of metal road and are widened by interlocking bricks & are properly maintained besides regular watering to avoid dust generation during transport of vehicles
G-16 Overburden materials should be managed within the site and used for reclamation of mine pit as per mined closure plan/ specific conditions. Overburden material is managed as per the Approved Mining Plan
G-17 Height of benches should not exceed 5 m and width should not be less than 5 m. Height and width of the benches are maintained as stipulated in EC document
G-18 Mats to reduce fly rock blast to a maximum of 10 PPV should be provided. Blasting mats are provided wherever necessary to avoid fly rocks
G-19 Maximum depth of mining from general ground level at site shall not exceed 10m. Since the quarry recently started, it is within stipulated depth
G-20 No mining operations should be carried out at places having a slope greater than 45°. /td> Mining operations are carried out as per the Approved Mining Plan
G-21 Acoustic enclosures should have been provided to reduce sound amplifications in addition to the provisions of green belt and hollow brick envelop for crushers so that the noise level is kept within prescribed standards given by CPCB/KSPCB. Thick vegetation of trees and total covering of the crusher is done to suppress sound amplifications.
G-22 The workers on the site should be provided with the required protective equipment such as ear muffs, helmet, etc. All workers are provided with personal protective equipments such as Helmet, ear muffs, safety shoes and other items as prescribed by DGMS/td>
G-23 Garland drains with clarifiers to be provided in the lower slopes around the core area to channelize storm water Quarry area is provided with garland drains so that all storm water is diverted in the pit and from there it is diverted to settling pond. Other areas are provided with drains to divert the water to the main drainage.
G-24 The transportation of minerals should be done in covered trucks to contain dust emissions. Water is sprinkled on the loaded trucks with pipe and Transportation trucks are provided with thick tarpaulin covers to avoid dust problem/td>
G-25 The proponent should plant trees at least 5 times of the loss that has been occurred while clearing the land for the project. All the areas other than the quarry operational are provided with thick plantation
G-26 Disposal of spent oil from diesel engines should be as specified under relevant Rules/Regulations Spent/burnt oil released from machinery/vehicles are disposed in a specified manner of State Pollution Control Board
G-27 Explosives should be stored in magazines in isolated place specified and approved by Explosive Dept. Approved Explosive Magazine is located in the isolated place and all explosive material is kept in Magazine.
G-28 A Minimum buffer distance of 100 m from the boundary of the quarry to the nearest dwelling unit or other structure , not being any facility for mining shall be provided A clear 100 meters buffer zone is maintained all along the lease boundary
G-29 100 m buffer distance should be maintained from forest boundaries. -Not applicable-
G-30 Consent from Kerala State Pollution, Control Board under Water and Air (Acts) should have been obtained before initiating mining activity. Consent from Kerala State Pollution Control Board under Air and Water Act is obtained and is valid till 28/11/2022
G-31 All other statutory clearances should be obtained, as applicable, by project proponents from the respective competent authorities including that for blasting and storage of explosives Petroleum & Explosives Safety Organisation (PESO) Formerly-Department of Explosives has given license for use of Explosives from magazine
G-32 In the case of any change in the scope of the project, extent quantity, process of mining technology involved or in any way affecting the environmental parameters/ impacts as assessed, based on which only the E.C is issued. The projects would require a fresh appraisal by this authority, for which the proponent shall apply and get the approval of the Authority Will approach the Authority when applicable
G-33 The Authority reserves the right to add additional safeguard measures subsequently, if found necessary, and to take action including revoking of the environment clearance under the provisions of the Environment (Protection) Act,1986, to ensure effective implementation of the suggested safeguard measures in a time bound and satisfactory manner. Any additional safeguard measures issued shall be followed and implemented
G-34 The stipulations by Statutory Authorities under different Acts and Notifications should be complied with including the provisions of Act, 1974, the Air (Prevention and control of Pollution) act 1981, the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986,the Public Liability (Insurance) Act, 1991 and EIA Notification, 2006. All stipulations are being complied with
G-35 The project proponent should advertise in at least two local newspapers widely circulated in the region, one of which (both the advertisement and the newspaper) shall be in the vernacular language informing that the project has been accorded Environmental Clearance and copies of clearance letters are available with the Department of Environment and Climate Change, Govt. of Kerala and may also be seen on the website of the Authority at www.seiaakerala.org. The advertisement should be made within 10 days from the date of receipt of the Clearance letter and a copy of the same signed in all pages should be forwarded to the office of this Authority as confirmation. -Complied with -
G-36 A copy of the clearance letter shall be sent by the proponent to concerned Grama Panchayat/ District Panchayat/ Municipality/Corporation/Urban Local Body and also to the Local NGO, if any, from whom suggestions / representations, if any, were received while processing the proposal. The Environmental clearance shall also be put on the website of the company by the proponent. Environment Clearance letter along with the conditions stipulated is submitted to Village panchayat and other concerned agencies
G-37 The proponent shall submit half yearly reports on the status of compliance of the stipulated EC Conditions including results of monitored data (both in hard copies as well as by e-mail) and upload the Status of compliance of the stipulated EC conditions, including results of monitored data on their website. It shall Sent to the Regional office of MoEF., Govt. of India and also to the STATE Environment Impact Assessment Authority ( SEIAA) Office Compliance reports ( April to September and from October to March of every year) shall be sent to SEIAA –Kerala Office and Regional office of MoEF –Bangalore regularly and uploaded on our Company website
G-38 The details of Environmental Clearance should be prominently displayed in a metallic board of 3 ftx 3 ft with green background and yellow letters of Times New Roman font of size of not less than 40. Details are displayed in front of Office
G-39 The proponent should provide notarized affidavit (indicating number and date of environmental clearance proceedings) that all the conditions stipulated in the EC shall be scrupulously fallowed -Complied-
G-40 No change in mining technology and scope of working should be made without prior approval of the SIEAA, No further expansion or modification in the mine shall be carried out without prior approval of the SIEAA, as applicable -Shall be complied-/td>
G-41 Monitoring of Ambient Air Quality to be carried out based on the Notification 2009, as amended places loading and unloading points & transfer point to reduce fugitive emissions Monitoring of Ambient Air Quality is being carried out regularly and results are enclosed
G-42 Monitoring of Ambient Air Quality to be carried out based on the Notification 2009, as amended places loading and unloading points & transfer point to reduce fugitive emissions. Monitoring of Ambient Air Quality for fugitive emissions is being carried out regularly
G-43 The Top soil, if any, shall temporarily to be stored at earmarked sites, only. For the topsoil shall be used for land reclamation and plantation. The over burden generated during the mining operations shall be stacked at earmarked dump site only. the maximum height of the dumps shall not exceed 8 m and width 20m and overall slope of the dumps shall be maintained to 45o. the OB dumps should be scientifically vegetated with suitable native species to prevent erosion and surface run off. In critical areas, use of geo textiles shall be undertaken for stabilization of the dump. The entire excavated area shall be backfilled. Monitoring and management of rehabilitated areas should continue until the vegetation becomes self-sustaining. Topsoil is stored separately and will be using during plantation. Dump is maintained as per the Approved Mining Plan
G-44 Catch drains and siltation ponds of appropriate size shall be constructed around the mine working, mineral and OB dumps to prevent run off of water and flow of sediments directly into the river and other water bodies. The water so collected should be utilizing for watering the mine area. Roads, green belt development t etc. the drains shall be regularly desilted particularly after monsoon and maintained properly Catch drains are provided to arrest the eroded material
G-45 Effective safeguard measures such as regular water sprinkling shall be carried out in critical areas prone to air pollution and having high levels of PM10 and PM2.5such as haul road, Loading and unloading points and transfer points-it shall be ensured that the ambient air quality parameters conform to the norms prescribed by the central pollution control board in this regard. One water tanker of 10 K capacity is kept in quarry area and water is sprinkled on regular basis
G-46 Fugitive dust emissions from all the sources should controlled regularly. Water spraying arrangement on haul roads, loading and unloading and at transfer points should be provided and properly maintained Haul roads and transfer points are regularly watered to avoid dust generation
G-47 Measures should be taken for control of noise levels below 85 dBA in work environment . Proper maintenance of machineries/vehicles are practiced to minimize the noise levels
G-48 A separate environmental management cell with suitable qualified personal should be set-up under the control of a senior Executive, who will report directly to the head of the organization Environmental Management cell is constituted under the Mines Manager who will report directly to the Managing partner
G-49 The funds earmarked for environmental protection measures and CSR activate should be kept in separate account and should be reported to the state environment authority( SEIAA) office The funds are provided as and when required for CSR activities maintaining of separate account shall be done in due course
G-50 The Regional Office of MOEF&CC Located at Bangalore shall extend full cooperation to the officer (S) of the Regional Office by furnishing the requisite data /information /monitoring reports -Shall be complied-
G-51 Any appeal against this Environmental Clearance shall lie with the National Green Tribunal , if preferred ,within a period of 30 days as prescribed under section 16 of the National Green Tribunal Act ,2010 -Will comply with any outcome of NGT
G-52 Concealing the factual data or submission of false/fabricated data and failure to comply with any of the conditions mentioned above may result in withdrawal of the this clearance and attract action under the provisions of Environment (protection)Act,1986 No data is concealed and no false/fabricated data is furnished to the authority as per our knowledge and belief
G-53 The SEIAA may revoke or suspend the order, for on implementation of any of the specific or this implementation of any of the above conditions is not satisfactory .The SEIAA reserves the right to alter /modify the above conditions or stipulate any further conditions in the interest of environment protection. Will accept is case of any such violations of the provision of EC
G-54 The above conditions shall prevail not withstanding anything to the contrary in consistent ,or simplified, contained in any other permit, license on consent given by other authority for the same project . -Not applicable-
G-55 This order is valid for a period of 5 years or the expiry date of mine lease period issued by the Government of Kerala whichever is earlier. -Accepted-
G-56 The Environmental Clearance will be subject to the final Order of the courts of the in any pending litigation related to the land or project, in any court of law. -Will abide by the verdict -
G-57 The mining operation shall be restricted to above ground water table and it should not intersect ground water table. The mining activities are restricted to the area of above general ground water table and will not intersect Ground water table
G-58 All vehicles used for transportation and within the mines shall have PUC certificate from authorized pollution talking Centre .washing of all vehicles shall be inside the lease area ' This is being strictly implemented
G-59 Project proponent should obtain necessary prior permission of the competent authorities for drawl of requisite quantity of surface water and ground water for the project. Shall be obtained whenever necessary
G-60 Regular monitoring of flow rates and water quality upstream and downstream of the springs and perennial nallahs flowing in and around the mine lease area shall be carried out and reported in the six monthly reports to SEIAA. Water quality is regularly monitored and samples are analyzed in NABL approved laboratory. The results are enclosed for reference
G-61 Occupational health surveillance program of the workers should be under taken periodically to observe any contractions due to exposure to dust and corrective measures, if needed. Occupational health surveillance is being carried out .


DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE UNDER CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY FROM APRIL 2018 to SEPTEMBER 2018

SR. NO. DATE PARTICULARS AMOUNT REMARKS
1 17/04/2018 Nadpara Temple - kummil 5,000
2 18/04/2018 Nadpara Shri Mahadev Temple - Kummil 65,000
3 21/04/2018 Pachayil Temple - Pudhussery 5,000
4 24/04/2018 Kummil Mosque 10,000
5 30/04/2018 Agricultural Council - Kottarakkara 3,000
6 05/05/2018 Edavoorkonam Temple - kummil 2,000
7 10/05/2018 Chidara Vengod Temple Trust - Chidara 25,000
8 12/5/2018 Nadpara Temple - kummil 9,000
9 15/05/2018 Nadpara Temple - kummil 3,000
10 16/05/2018 Kerala Forest protective Staff Association-Trivandrum 3,000
11 17/05/2018 LPS Madhira School- kummil 24,400
12 18/05/2018 Environmental Protection Council -Trissur 20,000
13 23/05/2018 Madhyamam Health Care Trust-Calicut 3,000
14 05/06/2018 Aanpara Shiva Temple -Mullakkara 6,000
15 05/06/2018 Government LPS School- kummil 5,000
16 15/06/2018 Nadpara Temple - kummil 3,000
17 27/06/2018 Madrasa Mosque - Adayamam 5,000
18 03/07/2018 Government LPS School- kummil 5,000
19 06/07/2018 Government Higher Secondary School - Kummil 45,200
20 07/07/2018 Mannaniyya Banation Yatheem Khana-Mukkunnam 80,000
21 09/07/2018 We the socialist - one day camp - kummil 8,000
22 10/07/2018 Anantankadu Shrinagraja Temple Trust 501
23 11/07/2018 Shre Narayana Dharma Paripalana Vogam-kummil 5,000
24 24/07/2018 Nanma Charitable trust-Thiruvananthpuram 2,000
25 26/7/2018 Federation of SC/ST 500
26 27/7/2018 Schedule Caste Donation - Ernakulam 5,000
27 31/07/2018 Shre Attupuram Venniyod Chaurukaul mahadev Temple - Pangalukadu 5,000
28 01/08/2018 janauyagam Newspaper- kummil 15,000
29 02/08/2018 Government LPS School- kummil 3,000
30 04/08/2018 Government Higher Secondary School - Kummil 22,600
31 080/8/2018 Daya Trust for Charity - Chingeli,Kadakkal 10,000
32 11/08/2018 Madhayamam(Velichem Magazine) - Thiruvananthpuram 10,000
33 17/08/2018 Sri Ayiravilli Mahadeva Temple - kummil 3,000
34 03/09/2018 Padeyam - Chadayamangalam 2,000
35 05/09/2018 Government LPS School- kummil 5,000
36 07/09/2018 Env. Protection Programme - Kondody 3,000
37 07/09/2018 All Kerala temple Protection Committee 1,500
38 10/09/2018 Arts reading Club- kummil 10,000
39 12/09/2018/td> Shivsena Ganesh Utsav Trust - Bharathannoor 2,000
40 13/09/2018 Nadpara Temple - kummil 1000
41 13/09/2018 Kummil Grampanchayat (Donation for Kerala Flood) 1,00,000
42 14/09/2018 Bodhi Charitable Trust - Thiruvananthpuram 1,000
43 17/09/2018 Nadpara Temple - kummil 3,000
44 19/09/2018 Kerala Flood Donation 30,0000
45 24/09/2018 Janakeeya Committee(Road Development) – Pangode, Bharathannoor 25,000
46 26/09/2018 Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Charitable Trust - Trivandrum 2,000
47 ------- Water supply to Kummil Village 3,24,000 From April 18 to Sept. 18
TOTAL 11,95,701


Financial assistance extended to the house owners for repair & renovation of their houses around quarry area (Non-Recurring)

SR. NO. PARTICULARS APROX. AMOUNT VILLAGE
1 Mrs. Sheeja (Construction Material 50,000 Kummil Village
2 Mrs. Mhaidha (Constructed Compound Wall) 5,000 Kummil Village
3 Mr. Praji (Constructed Compound Wall & Entrance Gate) 10,000 Kummil Village
Total 65,000


Financial assistance extended for the Development around Quarry Area (Non-Recurring)

SR. NO. PARTICULARS APROX. AMOUNT
1 Road Widening (Interlocking bricks) from Nadpara Temple to Tulsimukku - PWD road 24,00,000
2 Road Widening (Interlocking bricks) from Nadpara to M/s. H & P Granite- Panchayat road
3 Placed Interlocking bricks at Anganwadi School- Kummil
4 Construction Material Supplied to Nadpara Temple - Kummil 38,400
Total 24,38,400
GRAND TOTAL 36,99,101

For the period from 1st October 2018 to 31st March 2019


SPECIFIC CONDITIONS:

Sr. No. Conditions Precautions Taken
1 The three buildings located within 100m distance of the project site as reported by the inspection team should be demolished and an affidavit to this effect should be submitted before the issuance of EC. Three buildings are already demolished
2 Catch water drains to be provided to channelize storm water and suitable mechanism for clarification before water is let out into the valley. Water drains are provided in the quarry, through which water will collect in RWH Structure and the overflow of which is again collected in the Settling Pond, from settling pond the clean water is let out into the valley
3 Dedicated RWH structure may be provided in the lower part to enhance water availability. RWH structure provided
4 If any rare, endemic and threatened plant species are noticed, they shall be properly protected insitu or transplanted to a suitable site inside the lease area. If any such species found, care shall be taken to protect it


Item No. Stipulations in EC Status of Compliance
G-1 Rain Water Harvesting facility should be installed as per the prevailing provisions of KMBR/KPBR, In quarrying area Rain Harvesting is implemented as all the rain water is collected in the pit.
G-2 Environment Monitoring Cell as Agreed under the affidavit filed by the proponent should be formed and made functional. Environment Monitoring Cell is constituted as below:
1. Mr.Patil somnath Laxman as Mines Manager
2. Mr.Mainikar Karan Mine as Foreman
3. Mr.Saneesh Mullackal as member and we are reporting to Mr. Harish G. Nair, Managing Partner
G-3 Suitable avenue trees should be planted along either side of tarred road and open parking areas, if any, inclusive of approach road and internal roads Planted Trees
G-4 Maximum possible solar energy generation and utilization shall be ensured as an essential part of the project. Solar energy likely to be extend to possible areas in Quarry
G-5 Sprinklers shall be installed and used in the project site to contain dust emissions. All access road to the quarry provided with automatic sprinklers and water tanker is also available
G-6 Eco-restoration including the mine closure plan shall be done at the own cost of the project proponent Eco-restoration shall be done at our cost as and when necessary and also during the course of Mine Closure
G-7 At least 10 percent out of the total excavated pit area should be retained as water storage areas and the Remaining area should be reclaimed with and overburden and planted with indigenous plant species that are eco-friendly. If, no other specific condition on reclamation of pit is stipulated in the E.C The deep portion of the working pit and settling pond shall be kept for rain water storage which in turn will recharge the surrounding water table and the remaining area should be reclaimed with overburden and suitable indigenous plant species shall be planted
G-8 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) agreed upon by the proponent should be implemented in tune with the conditions specified in the Companies Act, 2013. CSR as agreed is being implemented and the details of amount spent during this six months (April 18 to September 18) is enclosed for reference
G-9 The lease area shall be fenced off with barbed wires to a minimum height of 4ft around, before starting of mining. All the boundary indicators boards, stores, markings, etc) shall be protected at all times and shall be conspicuous The entire lease boundary is properly fenced with Barbed wire with concrete pillars. All necessary sign boards are erected at suitable places
G-10 Warning alarms indicating the time of blasting (to be done at specific timings) has to be arranged as per Stipulations of Explosive Department Blasting operations are always preceded after Siren only, followed by removing all machineries & persons from blasting zone. Blasting Time board is fixed at the entrance of quarry.
G-11 Control measures on noise and vibration prescribed by KSPCB should be implemented. Regular monitoring of Noise level is being conducted and overall noise level is kept under permitted level
G-12 Quarrying activities should be limited to day time as per KSPCB guidelines Quarrying operations is restricted to day light
G-13 Blasting should be done in a controlled manner as specified by the regulation of explosives Department or any other concerned agency Controlled blasting is being carried out by using Electronic delay detonators and also by restricting the number of holes blasted in a round
G-14 A licensed person should supervise/control the blasting operations. Mines Manager, Mine Foreman, Mine Mate, Blaster (Certified by the Director General of Mines Safety) will supervise the blasting operations in the quarry
G-15 Access roads to the quarry shall be tarred to contain dust emissions that may arise during transportation of materials Access roads are of interlocking bricks and are widened by same interlocking bricks & are properly maintained besides regular watering to avoid dust generation during transport of vehicles
G-16 Overburden materials should be managed within the site and used for reclamation of mine pit as per mined closure plan/ specific conditions. Overburden and Topsoil are placed in the designated area
G-17 Height of benches should not exceed 5 m and width should not be less than 5 m. Height and width of the benches are maintained as stipulated in EC document
G-18 Mats to reduce fly rock blast to a maximum of 10 PPV should be provided. Blasting mats are provided wherever necessary to avoid fly rocks
G-19 Maximum depth of mining from general ground level at site shall not exceed 10m. Since the quarry recently started it is within stipulated depth
G-20 No mining operations should be carried out at places having a slope greater than 45°. Mining operations are carried out as per the Approved Mining Plan
G-21 Acoustic enclosures should have been provided to reduce sound amplifications in addition to the provisions of green belt and hollow brick envelop for crushers so that the noise level is kept within prescribed standards given by CPCB/KSPCB. Thick vegetation of trees and total covering of the crusher is done to suppress sound amplifications.
G-22 The workers on the site should be provided with the required protective equipment such as ear muffs, helmet, etc. All workers are provided with personal protective equipments such as Helmet, safety shoes and other items as prescribed by DGMS
G-23 Garland drains with clarifiers to be provided in the lower slopes around the core area to channelize storm water. Quarry area is provided with garland drains so that all storm water is diverted in the pit and from there it is diverted to settling pond. Other areas are provided with drains to divert the water to the main drainage
G-24 The transportation of minerals should be done in covered trucks to contain dust emissions. Water is sprinkled on the loaded trucks with pipe and Transportation trucks are provided with thick tarpaulin covers to avoid dust problem
G-25 The proponent should plant trees at least 5 times of the loss that has been occurred while clearing the land for the project. All the areas other than the quarry operational are provided with thick plantation.
G-26 Disposal of spent oil from diesel engines should be as specified under relevant Rules/Regulations. Spent/burnt oil released from machinery/vehicles are disposed in a specified manner of State Pollution Control Board
G-27 Explosives should be stored in magazines in isolated place specified and approved by Explosive Dept. Approved Explosive Magazine is located in the isolated place and all explosive material is kept in Magazine.
G-28 A Minimum buffer distance of 100 m from the boundary of the quarry to the nearest dwelling unit or other structure , not being any facility for mining shall be provided A clear 100 meters buffer zone is maintained all along the lease boundary
G-29 100 m buffer distance should be maintained from forest boundaries. -Not applicable-
G-30 Consent from Kerala State Pollution, Control Board under Water and Air (Acts) should have been obtained before initiating mining activity. Consent from Kerala State Pollution Control Board under Air and Water Act is obtained and is valid till 28/11/2022
G-31 All other statutory clearances should be obtained, as applicable, by project proponents from the respective competent authorities including that for blasting and storage of explosives. Petroleum & Explosives Safety Organisation (PESO) Formerly-Department of Explosives has given license for use of Explosives from magazine
G-32 In the case of any change in the scope of the project, extent quantity, proess of mining technology involved or in any way affecting the environmental parameters/ impacts as assessed, based on which only the E.C is issued. The projects would require a fresh appraisal by this authority, for which the proponent shall apply and get the approval of the Authority We have the plan to extend the lease area, for the same purpose we had applied to SEIAA
G-33 The Authority reserves the right to add additional safeguard measures subsequently, if found necessary, and to take action including revoking of the environment clearance under the provisions of the Environment (Protection) Act,1986, to ensure effective implementation of the suggested safeguard measures in a time bound and satisfactory manner. Any additional safeguard measures issued shall be followed and implemented
G-34 The stipulations by Statutory Authorities under different Acts and Notifications should be complied with including the provisions of Act, 1974, the Air (Prevention and control of Pollution) act 1981, the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986,the Public Liability (Insurance) Act, 1991 and EIA Notification, 2006 All stipulations are being complied with
G-35 The project proponent should advertise in at least two local newspapers widely circulated in the region, one of which (both the advertisement and the newspaper) shall be in the vernacular language informing that the project has been accorded Environmental Clearance and copies of clearance letters are available with the Department of Environment and Climate Change, Govt. of Kerala and may also be seen on the website of the Authority at www.seiaakerala.org. The advertisement should be made within 10 days from the date of receipt of the Clearance letter and a copy of the same signed in all pages should be forwarded to the office of this Authority as confirmation. -Complied with -
G-36 A copy of the clearance letter shall be sent by the proponent to concerned Grama Panchayat/ District Panchayat/ Municipality/Corporation/Urban Local Body and also to the Local NGO, if any, from whom suggestions / representations, if any, were received while processing the proposal. The Environmental clearance shall also be put on the website of the company by the proponent Environment Clearance letter along with the conditions stipulated is submitted to Village panchayat.
G-37 The proponent shall submit half yearly reports on the status of compliance of the stipulated EC Conditions including results of monitored data (both in hard copies as well as by e-mail) and upload the Status of compliance of the stipulated EC conditions, including results of monitored data on their website. It shall Sent to the Regional office of MoEF., Govt. of India and also to the STATE Environment Impact Assessment Authority ( SEIAA) Office Compliance reports being sent to SEIAA –Kerala Office and Regional office of MoEF –Bangalore
G-38 The details of Environmental Clearance should be prominently displayed in a metallic board of 3 ft. x 3 ft. with green background and yellow letters of Times New Roman font of size of not less than 40.Signboard with extent of lease area and boundaries shall be depicted at the entrance of quarry, visible to the public Details are displayed in front of Office
G-39 The proponent should provide notarized affidavit (indicating number and date of environmental clearance proceedings) that all the conditions stipulated in the EC shall be scrupulously fallowed -Complied-
G-40 No change in mining technology and scope of working should be made without prior approval of the SIEAA, No further expansion or modification in the mine shall be carried out without prior approval of the SIEAA, as applicable -Shall be complied-
G-41 Monitoring of Ambient Air Quality to be carried out based on the Notification 2009, as amended places loading and unloading points & transfer point to reduce fugitive emissions. Monitoring of Ambient Air Quality is being carried out regularly and results are enclosed
G-42 Monitoring of Ambient Air Quality to be carried out based on the Notification 2009, as amended places loading and unloading points & transfer point to reduce fugitive emissions. Monitoring of Ambient Air Quality for fugitive emissions is being carried out regularly
G-43 The Top soil, if any, shall temporarily to be stored at earmarked sites, only. For the topsoil shall be used for land reclamation and plantation. The over burden generated during the mining operations shall be stacked at earmarked dump site only. the maximum height of the dumps shall not exceed 8 m and width 20m and overall slope of the dumps shall be maintained to 45o. the OB dumps should be scientifically vegetated with suitable native species to prevent erosion and surface run off. In critical areas, use of geo textiles shall be undertaken for stabilization of the dump. The entire excavated area shall be backfilled. Monitoring and management of rehabilitated areas should continue until the vegetation becomes self-sustaining. Topsoil is stored separately and will be using during plantation. Dump is maintained as per the Approved Mining Plan
G-44 Catch drains and siltation ponds of appropriate size shall be constructed around the mine working, mineral and OB dumps to prevent run off of water and flow of sediments directly into the river and other water bodies. The water so collected should be utilizing for watering the mine area. Roads, green belt development t etc. the drains shall be regularly desilted particularly after monsoon and maintained properly. Catch drains and siltation ponds are provided to arrest the eroded material
G-45 Effective safeguard measures such as regular water sprinkling shall be carried out in critical areas prone to air pollution and having high levels of PM10 and PM2.5such as haul road, Loading and unloading points and transfer points-it shall be ensured that the ambient air quality parameters conform to the norms prescribed by the central pollution control board in this regard. Two water tanker of 10 K capacity is kept in quarry area and water is sprinkled on regular basis
G-46 Fugitive dust emissions from all the sources should controlled regularly. Water spraying arrangement on haul roads, loading and unloading and at transfer points should be provided and properly maintained Haul roads and transfer points are regularly watered to avoid dust generation
G-47 Measures should be taken for control of noise levels below 85 dBA in work environment. Proper maintenance of machineries/vehicles are practiced to minimize the noise levels
G-48 A separate environmental management cell with suitable qualified personal should be set-up under the control of a senior Executive, who will report directly to the head of the organization. Environmental Management cell is constituted under the Mines Manager who will report directly to the Managing partner
G-49 The funds earmarked for environmental protection measures and CSR activate should be kept in separate account and should be reported to the state environment authority( SEIAA) office The funds are provided as and when required for CSR activities maintaining of separate account shall be done in due course
G-50 The Regional Office of MOEF&CC Located at Bangalore shall extend full cooperation to the officer (S) of the Regional Office by furnishing the requisite data /information /monitoring reports -Shall be complied-
G-51 Any appeal against this Environmental Clearance shall lie with the National Green Tribunal , if preferred ,within a period of 30 days as prescribed under section 16 of the National Green Tribunal Act ,2010 -Will comply with any outcome of NGT
G-52 Concealing the factual data or submission of false/fabricated data and failure to comply with any of the conditions mentioned above may result in withdrawal of the this clearance and attract action under the provisions of Environment (protection)Act,1986 No data is concealed and no false/fabricated data is furnished to the authority as per our knowledge and belief
G-53 The SEIAA may revoke or suspend the order, for on implementation of any of the specific or this implementation of any of the above conditions is not satisfactory .The SEIAA reserves the right to alter /modify the above conditions or stipulate any further conditions in the interest of environment protection. Will accept is case of any such violations of the provision of EC
G-54 The above conditions shall prevail not withstanding anything to the contrary in consistent ,or simplified, contained in any other permit, license on consent given by other authority for the same project . -Not applicable-
G-55 This order is valid for a period of 5 years or the expiry date of mine lease period issued by the Government of Kerala whichever is earlier. -Accepted-
G-56 The Environmental Clearance will be subject to the final Order of the courts of the in any pending litigation related to the land or project, in any court of law. -Will abide by the verdict -
G-57 The mining operation shall be restricted to above ground water table and it should not intersect ground water table. The mining activities are restricted to the area of above general ground water table and will not intersect Ground water table
G-58 All vehicles used for transportation and within the mines shall have PUC certificate from authorized pollution talking Centre .washing of all vehicles shall be inside the lease area ' This is being strictly implemented
G-59 Project proponent should obtain necessary prior permission of the competent authorities for drawl of requisite quantity of surface water and ground water for the project. Shall be obtained whenever necessary
G-60 Regular monitoring of flow rates and water quality upstream and downstream of the springs and perennial nallahs flowing in and around the mine lease area shall be carried out and reported in the six monthly reports to SEIAA. There is no stream in and around Lease area
G-61 Occupational health surveillance program of the workers should be under taken periodically to observe any contractions due to exposure to dust and corrective measures, if needed. Occupational health surveillance will be carried out.


DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE UNDER CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY FROM OCTOBER 2018 to MARCH 2019

SR. NO. DATE PARTICULARS AMOUNT REMARKS
1 01.10.2018 Samastha Nair Samajam 5,000
2 03.10.2018 Govt. L.P School, Muthayil 5,000
3 17.10.2018 Global Mission Charitable Society 700
4 18.10.2018 Nadapara Sree Ayiravilli Temple 120
5 18.10.2018 Nadapara Sree Ayiravilli Temple 3,000
6 20.10.2018 Govt. L.P School, Thoottikkal 5,000
7 31.10.2018 Anugraha Ministry Charitable Society 3,000
8 31.10.2018 Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Charitable 1,000
9 02.11.2018 Govt. L.P School, Muthayil 5,000
10 07.11.2018 Masjid ulduha, Vattathamara 10,000
11 08.11.2018 Swapnakoodu (A part of legal protection council-Trivandrum) 2,000
12 15.11.2018 National Service Scheme-Kummil 1,000
13 16.11.2018 Nadapara Sree Ayiravilli 3,000
14 19.11.2018 Kondody Town Jama Masjid 5,000
15 19.11.2018 Nabidina Function, Kottarakkara 3,500
16 29.11.2018 Nanma Charitable Trust 1,000
17 30.11.2018 Swapnakoodu (A part of legal protection council-Trivandrum) 2,000
18 30.11.2018 Swapnakoodu (A part of legal protection council-Trivandrum) 800
19 01.12.2018 SNDP, Mandhira Fund 10,000
20 03.12.2018 Govt. L.P School, Muthayil 5,000
21 04.12.2018 Elavumkonam Sree Ayappa Temple(Parayambalam) Kummil 20,000
22 16.12.2018 Nadapara Sree Ayiravilli Temple 3,000
23 16.12.2018 Evergreen Koottayma, Kummil 1,000
24 17.12.2018 Donation For EVM Trust 2,000
25 18.12.2018 Sree Darmasashta Temple 5,000
26 26.12.2018 Sree Ayappa Bajamalayam, Edathatt 500
27 27.12.2018 Nadapara Sree Ayirvalli Temple- Kummil 2,400
28. 31.12.2018 Bhagavath Geetha Punya Karma Society( Trivandrum) 500
29 04.01.2019 Govt. L.P. School Muthayil 5,000
30 10.01.2019 Paavangalkk Oru Kaithanyu (Elamba) 500
31 10.01.2019 Paavangalkk Oru Kaithanyu (Elamba) 500
32 14.01.2019 Republic day function- Kottarakkara 25,000
33 15.01.2019 Nadapara Sree Ayiravilli Temple 3,000
34 15.01.2019 Mathira Thiruvathira 2019 3,000
35 16.01.2019 Puthussery teams, Kettukazhcha 2,000
36 17.01.2019 Environment protection cell 700
37 17.01.2019 Dalit Vimochana Munnamil 500
38 17.01.2019 Mathira Thiruvathira (Kuthira) 2,000
39 18.01.2019 Vellathankonam Sree Subramanya Swamy Temple 3,000
40 18.01.2019 Mathira Thiruvathira- Mathira(Eduppukuthira) 4,000
41 18.01.2019 Mathira Shiva Temple- Mathira(Eduppukuthira) 2,500
42 21.01.2019 Siva Parvathy Temple- Kummil 25,000
43 22.01.2019 Motor Owners & Workers Association- Pangalukadu 1,500
44 26.01.2019 Kadakkal Thiruvathira Mahotsav 7,000
45 26.01.2019 Arppitha Charitable Society Anchan,Kollam 500
46 29.01.2019 Dr. K R Narayanan Charitable & Welfare Foundation, Kerala state committee 500
47 29.01.2019 Christan Sambava Sabha- Kollam 1,500
48 29.01.2019 Govt. Higher Secondary School- Kummil(PTA Fund) 15,000
49 30.01.2019 Maduthamam Manthramoorthirada Shiva Temple Trust 2,500
50 30.01.2019 Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Charitable Trust & Foundation 500
51 02.02.2019 Sree Moothurumman Kovil Trust (KeezhayikonamNallanad) 1,000
52 09.02.2019 Team Broz, Charitable Society, Chithara, Kollam 3,000
53 09.02.2019 Kadakkal Thiruvathira Utsav(Eduppkuthira-Aanappura) 15,000
54 12.02.2019 Dalit Seva Samithi- Chithara 2,500
55 12.02.2019 Nadapara Sree Ayiravilli Temple- Kummil 3,000
56 13.02.2019 Yuva Arts & Sports Club- Mathira 1,000
57 13.02.2019 Pamakkadu Shihab Thamgal swamthama vedi-Trivandrum 500
58 14.02.2019 Kadakkal Thiruvathira mahotsav(cherukara) 4,000
59 14.02.2019 Mallakkara Aanappara Udayankavu Shiva Temple-Mallakkara 5,000
60 14.02.2019 Sree Dharmasastha Temple Trust Mathira 2,500
61 14.02.2019 Sree Ayiravilli Temple-Mallakkara 2,000
62 16.02.2019 Edavoorkonathakavu Sree bhuvanes hwaril temple 1,000
63 17.02.2019 Mathira Thiruvathira utsav 2,000
64 26.02.2019 Viswas Community Fair price medical services-kadakkal,kollam 652
65 27.02.2019 Kadakkal Thiruvathira 3,500
66 28.02.2019 Kummil Shivratri Mahotsav 1,500
67 02.03.2019 Bhagavathgeetha panyakarma padhathi 500
68 02.03.2019 Samannaya arts & Sports club-kummil 10,000
69 04.03.2019 Yuvavedi Arts & Sports club 10,000
70 04.03.2019 Sangavedi arts & sports club- kummil 20,000
71 05.03.2019 Govt. L.P. School mathayil 5,000
72 06.03.2019 Rawathar Federation Kollam 10,000
73 09.03.2019 Al-insaniya charitable society-muthayil 2,000
74 09.03.2019 Kerala forest protective staff association -Trivandrum 10,000
75 09.03.2019 Federation of Sc/St-Ernakulam 500
76 14.03.2019 Nadapara sree ayirvilli temple-kummil 3,000
77 19.03.2019 Mankadu Temple-Mankadu 5,000
78 21.03.2019 Mankadu Kalari sastha temple 40,000
79 ----------- Water supply to Kummil Village 3,24,000 From Oct. 18 to March 19
TOTAL 6,99,372


Financial assistance extended to the house owners for repair & renovation of their houses around quarry area (Non-Recurring)

SR. NO. PARTICULARS APROX. AMOUNT VILLAGE
1 Mr. Thajudheen (Construction Material) 15,000 Kummil Village