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ECC APPLICATION SCREENING FORM FOR HYDROPOWER/DAM PROJECTS (For ECPs classified as Project Types D.1 and D.4.d In Annex 2-1b of the Revised Procedural Manual for DAO 2003-30)

Control No: __________ st nd rd  1 2 3 ___ th Screening Date Submitted for Screening: ________________________________________ Form of Submission: ___ Hard ___ Digital Project Title: Project Location: Project Proponent: Address: Contact Person: Contact No: ________________ Fax No: EIS Consultant: Address: Fax No: Contact Person: Contact No: Project Classification & Type: ______________________________________________________ Project Classification Code (Refer to RPM for DAO 2003-30): _____________________________ Project Size based on Classification: ________________________________________________ Checklist of Documentary Requirements Acceptable? Yes

Screening Officers’ Remarks

No

• Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) 1 • Proof of Compatibility with the existing Land Use Plan (Zoning Certification or Certification from the Municipality) • Proof of Authority over the Project Site • Accountability Statements of Preparers & Proponent (see Annexes 2-21 & 2-22 of Revised Procedural Manual for DAO 2003-30) • Photographs or plates of the project site, impact areas and affected areas and communities • Duly Accomplished Project Environmental Monitoring & Audit Prioritization Scheme (PEMAPS) Questionnaire (see Annex 2-7d of Revised Procedural Manual for DAO 2003-30)

ACTION TAKEN: (Please check to indicate corresponding action taken) Document accepted; please submit copies EIARC Needed? ( ) Yes ( ) No Expertise Needed: Processing Fee: PhP _______ (Pay at EMB Cashier) Review Fund: Based on WFP (Pay to rd the duly authorized 3 Party Review Fund Manager) Document not accepted

O.R. # Date NOTED BY:

___________________________ Screening Officer Division

EMB Central Office Screening Office

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Please refer to attached checklist of EIS Contents

_________________________ Section/Division Chief

Date:

ECC APPLICATION SCREENING FORM FOR HYDROPOWER/DAM PROJECTS (For ECPs classified as Project Types D.1 and D.4.d In Annex 2-1b of the Revised Procedural Manual for DAO 2003-30)

Control No: __________ st nd rd  1 2 3 ___ th Screening Checklist of EIS Contents Executive Summary (maximum of 5 pages) Page #

Acceptable?

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Acceptable?

Contents

REMARKS

Project Fact Sheet PD Summary (1 page) Process Documentation of the conduct of EIA (1 page) (EIA Team, EIA Study Schedule & Area, EIA Methodology, Public Participation) Summary of Baseline Characterization Key Environmental Impacts and Management & Monitoring Plan and EMF & EGF Commitments. I. Project Description Items to be Described 1) Project Location and Area

2) Project Rationale

3) Project Alternatives

Specific Data Requirement a) Map showing sitio, barangay, municipality, province, region boundaries, vicinity, proposed buffers surrounding the area and Primary & secondary impact areas b) Geographic coordinates (shape file data) of project area (use WGS 84 datum - GPS setting) c) Rationale for selection primary & secondary impact areas d) Discuss the accessibility of the project site/area • Cite and focus on the need for the project based on national and regional/local economic development in terms of contribution to sustainable development agenda or current development thrusts. • Describe the justification for the Project with particular reference made to the economic and social benefits, including employment and associate economic development, which the project may provide. The status of the project should be discussed in a regional and national context. a) Cite criteria used in determining preliminary options for facility siting, development design, process/technology selection, resource utilization including discussion of the consequences of not proceeding with the project: • Contextualize site selection in terms of vulnerability/susceptibility to Liquefaction, Ground Shaking, Ground Rupture, Earthquake induced Landslides Volcanic eruptions, rain-induced landslide storm surge, tsunami, and flooding as well as extreme climatologic conditions (data can be obtained from NDRRMC and NAMRIA as well as mandated agencies) • Discuss the alternatives (type and location) considered and nominated during the course of selecting the best option for which the EIS is prepared; • Description of the bases upon which the alternatives were rejected in favor of the preferred option; • Description of the significant differences in environmental impacts among the alternatives considered. Siting: Alternative project locations including factors significant to the selection such as perception of affected communities with regards to project, ancestral domain issues, land classification, etc. Discuss other options on the siting of major components of the project within the project area. Discuss alternative location of access roads in case the preferred locations of the various components are found environmentally not feasible. Technology Selection/Operation Processes: Discuss project’s advantage over alternative technologies, operation processes and engineering design Discuss alternative measures for the prevention of the occurrence of major impacts Resources: Discuss the alternatives considered for power generation and how the decisions were made. Discussion should also be in the context of climate change (e.g. use of renewable energy). b) Reasons for selecting the preferred options delineated in

REMARKS

ECC APPLICATION SCREENING FORM FOR HYDROPOWER/DAM PROJECTS (For ECPs classified as Project Types D.1 and D.4.d In Annex 2-1b of the Revised Procedural Manual for DAO 2003-30)

Control No: __________ st nd rd  1 2 3 ___ th Screening

4) Project Components

5) Process/ Technology

terms of technical, commercial, social and natural environmental aspects c)After the determination, please indicate a summary of the comparative environmental impacts of each alternative • Identification of Major components including technical details such as specifications, capacity, number, etc. (e.g. penstock, spillway, freeboard, etc.) • Specify the operations and processes • Identification of other Support Facilities (i.e. emergency power, process control, early warning/alarm system, etc.) • Identification of infrastructure requirements (transport— road/rail/ship, energy, storm water drainage, Sewerage, Telecommunications, accommodation and other infrastructure), • Identification of Pollution control devices and corresponding facility being served or connected Identification of waste management facilities and devices to address solid waste materials (domestic and hazardous and chemicals) air emissions, solid waste disposal, and wastewater • General layout of facilities; • Footprint of proposed layout of project facilities (if any) • Maps should be provided showing the precise location of the project area, and in particular, the location and boundaries of project area, location and footprint of project components, and location of all proposed buffers. • When applicable contextualize using the PAG-ASA 2020 and 2050 projected rainfall/temperature data. Technology Description and Performance Specifications Indicative process flow-sheets including efficiency of power generation

6) Project Size

Discuss the impacts of the PAG-ASA 2020 and 2050 projected rainfall pattern on the project and performance/efficiency of the facility. Total volume of water to be impounded & power rated capacity to be generated (if hydropower)

Capacity and type of Dam structure Total Project Area in square meters or hectares including area to be inundated and/or service area 7) Manpower Tabulate the following per project phase: • manpower requirements; • expertise/skills needed; • nature & estimated number of jobs available for men, women, and indigenous peoples (if sited in IP ancestral land); preferred scheme for sourcing locally from host and neighboring LGUs 8) Indicative Project Investment Cost (Philippine Peso)

General Contents

Specific Content Requirement

II. Key Environmental Impacts and Management/Mo nitoring Plan

See attached checklist of contents When applicable include appropriate climate change adaptation measures/options (embedded in each sector).

III. Impact Management Plan

Limit to most significant impacts per project phase and per environmental component arising from key environmental aspects (See Annex 2-17 of RPM for DAO 2003-30) SDP • Community development or livelihood programs/activities, projected beneficiaries, partner institutions, timeframe of implementation as well as source and amount allotted per activity/component (See Annex 2-18 of RPM for DAO 2003-30)

IV. Social Development Framework (SDP) and IEC Framework

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ECC APPLICATION SCREENING FORM FOR HYDROPOWER/DAM PROJECTS (For ECPs classified as Project Types D.1 and D.4.d In Annex 2-1b of the Revised Procedural Manual for DAO 2003-30)

Control No: __________ st nd rd  1 2 3 ___ th Screening General Contents

Specific Content Requirement IEC

V. Environmental Compliance Monitoring



Target sector, key messages, scheme/strategy/methods, Information medium, timelines and frequency, cost (See Annex 2-19 of RPM for DAO 2003-30) Self Monitoring Plan Use Annex 2-20 of RPM for DAO 2003-30 as template Multi-Sectoral Monitoring Framework / • Tabulate the list of stakeholder-members of the MMT, basis of selection, proposed role, and scope of MMT responsibilities and activities, etc. (See Annex 3-4 of the RPM for DAO 2003-30). Environmental Guarantee and Monitoring Fund Commitments • Present a propose amount of EMF (based on a draft AWFP in Annex 3-4 and consistent with guidelines in Annex 3-5 of RPM for DAO 2003-30); and • Present a proposed amount of EGF and the basis for the estimate following the guidelines in annex 3-6 of RPM for DAO 2003-30

VI. Emergency Response Policy and Generic Guidelines

The safety policy and generic guidelines should be consistent with the regulatory requirements. Emergency Preparedness should also consider natural hazards to the infrastructures and facilities.

VII. Abandonment /Decommissioning /Rehabilitation Policy and

Statement on Proponent’s policies and generic procedures for Rehabilitation/ Decommissioning/Abandonment to be submitted post-ECC, within a timeframe specified in the ECC.

VIII. Institutional Plan for EMP Implementation

Discuss the organizational scheme of the proponent including line of command and reporting procedures as well as manpower complement and relationships with other operating departments.

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ECC APPLICATION SCREENING FORM FOR PROPOSED PROJECTS

Checklist of EIS Contents Key Environmental Impacts and Management/Monitoring Plan

List of Key Impacts

Baseline Data Parameter Requirements

Required Assessment Methodology/Approach

During scoping: Unless otherwise specified as agreed during scoping, all items listed are required. Write specific instructions ( if any) on the blanks/spaces provided I. Land 1.1 Land Use and Classification 1.1.1 Change/Inconsistency in land use Description & Map showing the project area in Assessment of the compatibility of the proposed project in relation to relation to existing land use. 1.1.2 Encroachment in Environmentally Identify ECA where the project is located or near the land use and / or the coastal resource management plan of the Critical Areas (ECAs) project area. LGU if any. Identify areas vulnerable/susceptible to natural hazards where the project is located or near the project area (include map/s). 1.1.3 Possible tenurial / land issue Identify areas under CARP or with CADC / CADT where the project is located or near the project area.

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Specify other conflicting tenurial / land issues (e.g. IFMA/CBFMA within COC and within MPSA, etc.) 1.2 Geology/Geomorphology 1.2.1 Change in surface landform/ topography/ terrain/slope 1.2.2Change in sub-surface/ underground geomorphology 1.2.3 Inducement of subsidence, liquefaction, landslides, mud / debris flow, etc.

1.3 Pedology 1.3.1 Soil erosion / Loss of topsoil/overburden 1.3.2 Change in soil quality/fertility

Slope and Elevation/Topographic Map; Regional/General Geological Map Geological Cross-Sections; Sequence Stratigraphic Column of Rock Units; Geomorphological Map: G Factor Contour Maps; Seismicity Map; Differential Settling Map; Results of Geochemical Analyses of Rock Samples (applicable areas); hazard maps (NAMRIA, NDRRMC, MGB, PHIVOLCS, PAG-ASA)

Include discussions on impacts/effects of natural hazard on the project.

Summary of Soil Investigation Report on soil type and quality; Erodibility potential; Bank stability;

USLE / similar modeling when applicable

Laboratory results on soil sample analysis for N, P, K, pH, organic matter, micronutrients

Physical analysis (water holding capacity, texture aggregate stability of dam); Secondary data: chemical analysis

Project Name: _______________________________________________________

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List of Key Impacts

Baseline Data Parameter Requirements

Required Assessment Methodology/Approach

During scoping: Unless otherwise specified as agreed during scoping, all items listed are required. Write specific instructions ( if any) on the blanks/spaces provided 1.4 Terrestrial Ecology 1.4.1 Vegetation removal and loss of • Flora and fauna species inventory or survey Quadrat sampling for flora; habitat report; • Historical occurrences of pest infestation, Use of mist nets, traps, transect walk for fauna forest/grass fire and/or similar incidences 1.4.2 Threat to existence and/or loss of Summary of endemicity / conservation status Impact of inundation on terrestrial important local species 1.4.3Threat to abundance, frequency and • Summary of abundance, frequency and ecology. distribution of important species distribution • Economic importance and uses of significant flora and fauna 1.4.4 Hindrance to wildlife access Sampling / survey map in relation to the project site 2. THE WATER 2.1. Hydrology/Hydrogeology 2.1.1 Change in drainage morphology / Drainage map; historical flooding/drought flood simulation/modeling should Inducement of flooding/ Reduction in occurrences, stream flow measurements/estimates; consider extreme weather conditions stream volumetric flow Delineation of watershed /sub-watersheds/ and the PAG-ASA 2020 and 2050 floodplain; and identification of aquifers if any climate projections 2.1.2 Change in stream, lake water depth 2.1.3 Depletion of water resources / competition in water use

Regional hydrogeological map Identification of current / projected water use in the area and adjacent areas

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conduct water balance / budget analysis

Spring and well inventory and location map; depth of water table ; Analysis/estimation of water availability taking into consideration the PAG-ASA 2020 and 2050 climate projections 2.2 Oceanography 2.2.1 Change/disruption pattern

2.2.2 Change in bathymetry

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circulation

Predicted tides; 24-hour tidal cycles; Surface current system

Bathymetric map;

Project Name: _______________________________________________________

USLE / similar modeling when applicable

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List of Key Impacts

Required Assessment Methodology/Approach

Baseline Data Parameter Requirements

During scoping: Unless otherwise specified as agreed during scoping, all items listed are required. Write specific instructions ( if any) on the blanks/spaces provided 2.3 Water Quality 2.3.1 degradation of groundwater quality Physico-Chemical characterization of water : Use DENR standard methods and procedures for sampling and  pH analysis.  BOD5 2.3.2 degradation of surface water quality  Oil and grease 2.3.3 degradation of coastal/marine water quality



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sampling site map 2.4 Freshwater Ecology 2.4.1 Threat to existence and/or loss species of important local and habitat 2.4.2 Threat to abundance, frequency and distribution of species

• Summary of endemicity / conservation status • Abundance of ecologically and economically important species (fishes, benthos, planktons); • Presence of pollution indicator species;

Impact of inundation on freshwater ecology.

sampling site map 2.5 Marine Ecology 2.5.1 Threat to existence and/or loss of important local species and habitat 2.5.2 Threat to abundance, frequency and distribution

• Abundance/densities/distribution of ecologically and economically important species (mangroves, fishes, benthos, planktons, coral reefs, algae, seaweeds, sea grasses); • Presence of pollution indicator species; • Historical occurrences of red-tide, fish kill or any related event • marine resource map

Quadrat, transect, line intercept, spot dive, manta tow, marine resource characterization (e.g. municipal and commercial fisheries data) Impact of inundation on marine ecology.

sampling site map 3.0 THE AIR 3.1 Meteorology/Climatology 3.1.1 Change in the local climate e.g. local temperature 3.1.2 Contribution in terms of greenhouse gas emissions

Monthly average rainfall and temperature of the area; Climatological normals/extremes; Wind rose diagrams; Frequency of Tropical cyclones Data on Greenhouse gasses (i.e. carbon dioxide, methane); Calculation of projected GHG emission

Project Name: _______________________________________________________



In the assessment, consider the PAG-ASA climate change projections for 2020 and 2050. Discuss the project’s contribution in terms of greenhouse gas emissions

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List of Key Impacts

Baseline Data Parameter Requirements

Required Assessment Methodology/Approach

During scoping: Unless otherwise specified as agreed during scoping, all items listed are required. Write specific instructions ( if any) on the blanks/spaces provided 3.2 Air Quality (& Noise) 3.2.1 Degradation of air quality characterization of ambient air quality: Use DENR standard methods and procedures for sampling and  TSP analysis. (for sampling methods refer to Clean Air Act)

3.2.2 Increase in ambient noise level

sampling site map

For construction phase only.

Characterization of ambient noise level

Use DENR standard methods and procedures for sampling and measurement.

sampling site map

4.0 THE PEOPLE 4.1 Displacement of settler/s Displacement properties

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disturbance

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Change/conflict in land ownership Change/conflict Right of way 4.2 In-migration proliferation of informal settlers

Demographic data of impact area: - Number of households and household size - Land area, - Population, - Population density /growth - gender and age profile, - literacy rate, profile of educational attainment, settlements map

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Discuss how the project would affect existing properties in the area in terms of relocation and devaluation

Discuss the in-migration patterns as a result of project implementation

Census of population / property that will be displaced / disturbed Housing ownership profile / availability of housing/ number of informal settlers

4.3 Cultural/Lifestyle change (especially on Indigenous People, if there’s any) 4.4 Threat to delivery of basic services /resource competition

4.5 Threat to public health and safety

Demographic data on Indigenous People (if any) and existing Culture/Lifestyle that may be significantly affected Availability of public services in terms of: • Water supply • Power supply • Communications /transportation • health resources (Government and Private) • peace and order / crime • education facilities

Project Name: _______________________________________________________

Discuss the impacts on IPs and Culture/Lifestyle Discuss how the project would affect the delivery of basic services and may result to resource competition in the area Discuss the project implementation’s threat to public health vis-à-vis the

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List of Key Impacts

Baseline Data Parameter Requirements

Required Assessment Methodology/Approach

During scoping: Unless otherwise specified as agreed during scoping, all items listed are required. Write specific instructions ( if any) on the blanks/spaces provided baseline health conditions in the • recreational facilities / sports facilities area statistical data / information related to public Analysis of diseases that may be services: • literacy rate, profile of educational affected by climate change. attainment • Morbidity and mortality rates (infants and adults - 5-year trend) • Common diseases in the area including endemic diseases; • Environmental Health and Sanitation Profile; • Crime rate • Food security 4.6 Generation of Local Benefits from the project Enhancement of employment and livelihood opportunities Increased business opportunities and associated economic activities

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Socioeconomic data: • Main sources of Income • Employment rate/ profile • sources of livelihood • commercial establishments and activities • banking and financial institutions

Increased revenue of LGUs

4.7 Traffic congestion

Road network/ systems Existing Transportation/traffic situation

Project Name: _______________________________________________________

Traffic impact assessment if applicable (including capacity of road system in terms of load/count)

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III.

Environmental Risk Assessment Type of Risks

Scope of Assessment

Report/Output Required

During scoping: Check () required/applicable items; items with  are automatically required; write specific instruction ( if any) on the blanks provided ERA REQUIREMENT - Identify conditions, events and “trigger” which could be  Physical Risks Quantitative Risk Assessment(QRA) significant in bringing about identified physical risks (Failure of Structure w/c could Specific Instructions : endanger life, property and/or the - Description & assessment of the possible accident scenarios _____________________________ environment) - Assessment of whether the project location is projected to have Descriptive/Qualitative Risk Assessment extreme climate events for 2020 &or 2050 that could contribute Specific Instructions : to the triggering identified scenarios ______________________________ - Description of the hazards both immediate (acute effects) and delayed (chronic effects) for man and the environment posed by  EMERGENCY PLAN : the failure of structure, as applicable

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Specific Instructions : ______________________________

Refer to annex 2-7e for the decision criteria the outline

Noted By: Review Committee Members

Signature

Signature EMB Representatives

1. 2.

1. 2.

3. 4.

3. Project Proponent:

5. 6.

Project Preparer/Consultant:

Resource Person 1.

Project Name: _______________________________________________________

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