Environmental Management Plan definition

Environmental Management Plan or “EMP” means the environmental management plan for the Project, including any update thereto, incorporated in the IEE;
Environmental Management Plan or “EMP” means the environmental management plans included in the EA for the Identified Works (as hereinafter defined) and any subsequent environmental management plan required in connection with an Annual Work Plan, acceptable to the World Bank, giving details of measures appropriate or required to maximize the benefits of the Project, eliminate, offset or mitigate any adverse environmental impacts, or reduce such impacts to acceptable levels, together with budget and costs estimates, sources of funding, adequate institutional, monitoring and reporting arrangements capable of ensuring proper implementation of, and regular feedback on compliance with, such environmental management plan.
Environmental Management Plan or “EMP” means each environmental management plan for a Subproject, including any update thereto, incorporated in the IEE;

Examples of Environmental Management Plan in a sentence

  • The Contractor shall submit a detailed EMP (Environmental Management Plan) to describe how materials are removed from site and disposed off at a safe location, prevention for the contamination of ground and surface water in neighboring areas etc.

  • Prior to the commencement of operation, the Applicant must submit a Section A1 Site Audit Statement or a Section A2 Site Audit Statement accompanied by an Environmental Management Plan prepared by a NSW EPA accredited Site Auditor.

  • The Section A1 or A2 Site Audit Statement must verify the relevant part of the site is suitable for the intended land use and be provided, along with any Environmental Management Plan to the Planning Secretary and the Certifier.LandscapingD29.

  • It requires all projects with consequences for environment and health to implement an EIA.EritreaThe National Environmental Management Plan for Eritrea addresses environmental problems and promotes sustainable development.

  • An Environmental Management Plan needs to be prepared and approved before the application is considered further.

More Definitions of Environmental Management Plan

Environmental Management Plan means Environmental Management Plan for the Tai Basin Urban Environment Project dated November 2003 (and supplemented on February 2004) adopted by Suzhou Municipality and Wuxi Municipality referred to in paragraphs 3 and 4 of Schedule 2 to the Project Agreement, setting out the environmental protection measures in respect of the Project, as well as administrative and monitoring arrangements to ensure the implementation of said plan, as said plan may be revised from time to time with the agreement of the Bank.
Environmental Management Plan means a management plan referred to in section 11;
Environmental Management Plan or “EMP” means an Environmental Management Plan, acceptable to the Association and consistent with the ESMF, adopted for the purposes of an activity financed under the Project, and giving details of the specific actions, measures and policies designed to facilitate the achievement of the objectives of the ESMF under the said activity, along with the procedural and institutional measures needed to implement such actions, measures and policies, as such EMP may be amended from time to time with the prior written agreement of the Association.
Environmental Management Plan means any of the Borrower’s environmental management plans pertaining to Project activities under Part A of the Project, as such plans may be updated from time to time in agreement with the Association, setting forth the mitigating, monitoring and institutional measures to be taken during the implementation and operation of the Project to offset or reduce adverse environmental, natural habitats and cultural property impacts to levels acceptable to the Association.
Environmental Management Plan means the Recipient’s plan, to be agreed with the Association and setting out mitigation, enhancement, monitoring, and institutional measures, including capacity building through training, that have been identified by the Recipient to eliminate any adverse environmental and social impacts of activities to be implemented under a Subproject (as hereinafter defined), offset them, or reduce them to acceptable levels, or enhance positive impacts, in accordance with the provisions of the Environmental and Social Management Framework, as the same may be modified from time to time with the prior written agreement of the Association, and such term includes any schedules or annexes to such Plan.