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Environmental Protection Plan

Why do we need an environmental protection plan?

An environmental protection plan is a detailed and comprehensive document describing measures and actions aimed at ensuring that production and business activities do not harm the environment. The plan helps to establish a legal, technical and management framework for the protection of natural resources and public health.
  • Law on Environmental Protection No. 55 / 2014 / QH13 23/06/2014;
  • Decree No. 18 / 2015 / ND-CP on environmental protection planning, strategic environmental assessment, environmental impact assessment and environmental protection plan;
  • Decree No. 40 / 2019 / ND-CP amending and supplementing a number of articles of decrees detailing and guiding the implementation of the environmental protection law on May 13, 2019;
Decree No. 155 / 2016 / ND-CP on sanctioning administrative violations in the field of environmental protection dated November 18, 2016 of the Government;
Circular No. 25 / 2019 / TT-BTNMT detailing the implementation of a number of articles of the Government s Decree No. 40 / 2019 / ND-CP dated May 13, 2019, amending and supplementing a number of articles of the decrees detailing and guiding the implementation of environmental protection laws and regulations on the management of environmental monitoring services.
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The process of building an environmental protection plan

  1. Identify Environmental Impact Factors: Identify factors that can cause an impact on the environment such as exhaust emissions, wastewater discharge, solid waste management, noise, and other factors.
  2. Environmental Impact Assessment: Evaluates the impact of activities on the environment by collecting and analyzing data on air quality, water, soil and other factors.
  3. Setting Environmental Protection Goals: Develop specific goals to reduce environmental impact, protect natural resources and improve environmental quality.
  4. Planning Environmental Protection Measures: Identify specific measures to reduce environmental impact, including the use of clean technology, waste management, emissions and wastewater control, and monitoring measures.
  5. Establish a Monitoring System: Develop an effective monitoring and monitoring system to monitor the implementation of the plan and assess compliance.

Subjects Need to Implement an Environmental Protection Plan

The environmental protection plan is not only the responsibility of enterprises but also involves all individuals and organizations participating in activities that affect the environment. The subjects that need to implement the environmental protection plan include:
Enterprises and Production Facilities: Enterprises and production facilities need to ensure that their operations comply with measures to protect the environment and reduce harmful impacts.
Environmental Management Agency: Environmental management agencies need to identify and implement management and monitoring measures to ensure compliance with environmental regulations and laws.
Environmental Scientists and Professionals: Professionals with knowledge of the environment play an important role in assessing environmental impacts and recommending protective measures.
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Documents to Be Prepared for an Environmental Protection Plan

The development of an environmental protection plan requires the preparation of adequate documents and records. Below is a list of documents to be prepared:
  1. Environmental Impact Report (EIA): If your activity has the potential to have a major impact on the environment, an EIA should be prepared to assess the impact and recommend protective measures.
  2. Environmental Monitoring Plan: Describes how to monitor the quality of air, water, soil and other factors related to the environment.
  3. Waste Management Plan: Describe how to manage and treat waste from manufacturing operations.
  4. Environmental Protection Measures: Details of technical, technological and management measures to reduce environmental impact.
  5. Natural Resource Estimation Plan: Assesses and estimates natural resources affected by operations.
  6. Reporting and Recording System: Develop a tracking, reporting and recording system to monitor the implementation of the plan.

Frequently Asked Questions About Environmental Protection Plans

  1. Why should an environmental protection plan be developed? Environmental protection plans help ensure that production and business activities do not harm the environment, protect natural resources and human health.
  2. Who needs to develop an environmental protection plan? All businesses and organizations that have an impact on the environment need to develop an environmental protection plan.
  3. What is the process of developing an environmental protection plan? The process includes identifying environmental impact factors, assessing impacts, setting goals, planning measures, and establishing monitoring systems.

Conclusion

Environmental protection plans are an essential tool to ensure that production and business activities take place in a sustainable and harmonious way with the environment. At Natural Star Vina, we understand that the development of environmental protection plans is an important part of the implementation of production and business activities, and we are ready to advise and support you in this process to ensure proper compliance with environmental regulations and the protection of natural resources.
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