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JSW Steel Limited is committed to minimize the impact of its operations on the environment and strive for improvement on continual basis by

1. Controlling pollutants with in the specified limits. 2. Compliance with all applicable environmental legal and ethical requirements. 3. Minimizing the process waste and promoting its recovery, recycle,reuse and disposal. 4. Developing green belt and rehabilitate waste dump through afforestation and landscaping. 5. Educate and developing environment friendly workforce.
This policy has been communicated to all employees of JSW Steel Limited and shall be made available to the public and all interested parties on demand. D. RAVICHANDAR Chief Executive Officer
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What is EMS
This is a system of managing environment, which means to ensure effective use of resources and Prevention of Pollution Characterized by notice assessment of Environmental Impacts Management commitment to compliance with applicable Laws and Regulations Opportunity for continual improvement of environmental performance

BENEFITS OF ISO 14001


Protect human health and the environment from the potential impact of the activities, products and services Assist in maintaining and improving the quality of the environment Resource conservation It encourages planned investment at the start of the project, instead of forced investment in cleaning-up at the end

Environmental Management System


Initial Environmental Review
Department: Utility Sl.No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Emission to air: Discharge to water resource: Consumption of water: Generation of non-hazardous waste: Generation of hazardous waste: Disposal method : Noise: Odor: Radiation: Risk of Fire/Accident: Identification of Preliminary Aspects Emission from HCL storage tank, preparation tank & caustic flakes. NA For Chemical preparation, back wash and re generation of softener and DM Plant Paper waste, cotton waste and stationery waste Resin, Oil soaked cotton waste, empty chemical containers,

Doc.No.: QD/EMS/01-VII Rev.No.:02 Date: 28.02.09 Page No.: 1 of 2

Area: Water Treatment Plant (Softening & DM)

Resign stored in cans and returned to store department oil soaked cotton waste disposed improperly NA Fumes from HCL. NA Accidental spillage of HCL and caustic flakes fire due to short circuit.

Sl.No. 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Emergency Response: Land Contamination: Consumption of Power: Consumption of Chemicals: Consumption of material: Legislative requirements: Recycle/Reuse/recovery: New projects: Planned Activities Contractor Activity:

Identification of Preliminary Aspects Availability of Fire Extinguishers, fire hydrant and PPEs like shoes, helmet & mask Spillage of chemicals - oil For lighting and pumping NACL, HCL, Calcium chloride Refer raw material list Water act Manufacture, storage and hazardous chemicals rule 1989, 2000 (MSIC) Neutralized effluent reuse of water for open circuits. Nil. Drying beds for existing plant House keeping

Environmental Management System


Raw material / Material / Consummables List
Department: Utility Sl.No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Description Sulphuric acid 98 % N 1336 N 2495 N 2593 N 2890 N 7320 N 7357 N 7359 N 8173 N 8338 N 8185 N 8312 N 1389 N 3935 N 7330 Hydrochem C 5031 Hydrochem C 5010 Activity / Area of use cooling water system Cooling Towers Cooling Towers Cooling Towers Cooling Towers Cooling Towers Cooling Towers Cooling Towers Water Treatment Cooling Towers Water Treatment Water Treatment Cooling Towers Cooling Towers Cooling Towers Cooling Towers Cooling Towers 30 kgs/day 16 - 20 kgs/month 300 kgs/month 180 - 200 kgs/month 30 - 40 kgs/month 30 - 40 kgs/month 50 - 60 kgs/month 210 - 230 kgs/month 300 - 350 kgs/month 400 - 420 kgs/month 90 - 100 kgs/month 200 - 210 kgs/month 225 - 250 kgs/month 750 - 800 kgs/month 25 - 30 kgs/month 40 - 50 kgs/month 20 - 30 kgs/month Quantity Consumption Storage 1000 kgs 150 Kgs 400 Kgs 240 Kgs 60 Kgs 60 Kgs 30 Kgs 300Kgs 400 Kgs 500 Kgs 100 Kgs 250 Kgs 300 Kgs 1000 Kgs 60 Kgs 50 Kgs 50 kgs YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES MSDS

Doc.No.: QD/EMS/02 Rev.No.:02 Date: 28.02.09 Page No.: 1 of 2

Hazardous ? Yes No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No

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Environmental Management System


Raw material / Material / Consummables List
Department: Utility Sl.No. 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 Description Hydrochem C 5020 Hydrochem C 3126 Hydrochem C 3042 Hydrochem C 3020 Hydrochem C 5025 Sodium Hypo Chloride Cartridge filter Resin Water Hose Cartridge for printer Lubrication oil/grease Cotton waste, gloves Fuel & gases Welding electrodes sodium chloride Hydro chloric acid 33% Caustic Flakes Light Soda Ash A3 & A4 papers Activity / Area of use Cooling Towers Cooling Towers Cooling Towers Cooling Towers Cooling Towers Cooling Towers Drinking water Filter Softner and DM plant Water plant Office Quantity Consumption 20 - 30 kgs/month 40 -50 kgs/month 125 - 150 kgs/month 270 - 300 kgs/month 40 - 50 kgs/month 4000 - 4100 kgs/month 6 Nos/month 10000 ltrs/annum 100 mtrs/annum 1 nos/Month Storage 50 kgs 50 kgs 150 kgs 300 kgs 50 kgs 4250 kgs 25 Nos 1000 ltrs 200 Mtrs 1 No 400 Kgs / 6 month 25 Kgs / month 1000Kgs / 6 month 20 Kgs / month 15000 kgs/10 days 5000 kgs/month 500 kgs/month 4200 Kgs/week 1 ream / month MSDS YES YES YES YES YES YES NA YES NA NA Applicable NA Applicable NA YES YES YES YES NA

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Hazardous ? No No No No No No No Yes No Yes Yes No Yes No No Yes Yes Yes

Cooling tower, thickener comprssor & pumps400 Kgs / year Equipment cleaning For diesel engine & cutting For replacing maintance of equimrent softner plant DM plant regeneration DM plant regeneration For GCP Water Treatment For documents print out 25 Kgs / month 1000Kgs / year 20 Kgs / month 1000 kg/day 15 kgs/day 10 kgs/day 300 kgs/day 1 ream / month

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ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM


Waste Generation List
Department: Utility
Sl.No

Doc.No.: QD/EMS/03 Rev.No.:02 Date: 28.02.09 Page No.: 1 of 2

Description

Activity / Area of generation

Category ( Solid/Semi solid/Liquid)

Quantity ( UOM)

Storage

Disposal

Frequency

Hazardous ?

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Effluent water Effluent water Effluent water Blow Down Water Used Lub oil Used Grease Used Gland Packings Used Cotton Waste Used Filter Element Worn out Mechanical Spares

Pre treatment plant Softening plant DM plant Water Treatment For Gear box etc For Pumps, Gear box Etc For Pumps, Valves Etc General Maintanance Lubrication / Filtering System General Maintanance

Liquid Liquid Liquid Liquid Liquid Semi solid Solid Solid Solid Solid

10 m3/day 40 m3/day 1 m3/day 150 (m3/day) 20 lts/month 20 kgs/month 1 kg / month 10 kgs/month 3 Nos / month As per requirement

Pit Pit Pit 50 m3 Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil

Reuse Reuse Reuse Reuse to Stores to Stores to Stores to Stores to Stores to Stores

daily daily daily Daily monthly monthly monthly Daily monthly monthly

No No No No yes yes No No No No

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Used Filter Media Used Resin Used PP Filter Cloth Used Chemical Packets Used Paint Tins Disposal of Filter Cake Used Stationaries

For Dual media Filters Water Treatment Waste Water Treatment Water Treatment General Maintanance Waste Water Treatment Office

Solid Solid Solid Solid Solid Solid Solid

1000 Kgs/month 7000 Lts / 5 years 75 Nos / 3 months 45 Nos / monthly 100Lts / Yearly 175 Tons / Day As per generation

Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil

Disposal Disposal to Stores to Stores to Stores To Sinter Plant

Yearly 5 Year only monthly monthly Yearly Daily Weekly

No No yes yes yes No

Dust bin Scrap yard

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ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM


ASPECT AND IMPACT IDENTIFICATION.
Department: Utility Sl. No. 1 1.1 Activity Environmental Aspect Environmental Impact Legal/Other Requirements Description of the legal /Other requirements

Doc. No.: QD/EMS/04 Rev.No.: 03 Rev. Date.: 09.07.09 Page No.: 1 Of 8

How The legal/Other requirements are applicable?

Remarks

Raw Water Treatment Plant Pumping Raw water from Reservoir to Clarifloculator Consumption of Power Consumption of Polyeletrolyte & Sodium hypochlorite Consumption of water for chemical preperation Spillage of Polyelectrolyte & Sodium hypochlorite Disposal of used Poly bags & Plastic containers Disposal of sludge and used as manure Leakage of water Damage of Clarifier tank / Reservoir/ Pipeline Resource Depletion NA The Manufacture, Storeage and import of Hazardous chemical Rules.

1.2 Raw Water Treatment

Resource Depletion

Legal Requirement

For following the instruction of MSDS

Resource Depletion Land contamination Land contamination Positive Impact Resource Depletion Resource Depletion / Personal Safety Resource Depletion Resource Depletion Resource Depletion

Legal Requirement NA Legal requirement NA NA NA

The Water Cess ( Prevention & Control of Pollution To pay cess annually for the ) Act & Rules. consumed water.

Hazardous waste ( Management ,Handling & Transboundary Movement ) Rules.

For the safe disposal of hazardous waste to the authorized vendor.

1.3

Storage & Distribution of treated water

Consumption of Power Leakage of water from storage sump Leakage of water from pipelines

NA NA NA

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Softening Plant & DM Plant Generation of Soft water & DM Consumption of Raw water water from Raw water Consumption of Power Consumption of chemicals Resource Depletion Resource Depletion Resource Depletion Legal Requirement NA Legal Requirement The Manufacture, Storeage and import of Hazardous chemical Rules. For following the instruction of MSDS The Water Cess ( Prevention & Control of Pollution To pay cess annually for the ) Act & Rules. consumed water.

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METHODS OF OPERATIONAL CONTROL


1-----Operational

Control Procedure --OCP

2-----Environmental Management Programnme (s) --EMP

3-----Emergency Manual--EM 4-----Monitoring and Measurement Plan ---MMP

5-----Personal Protective Equipment Plan ---PPEP 6-----Training Plan ---TP 11

PURPOSE OF OCP
The organization shall identify those operations and activities that are associated with the identified significant environmental aspects in line with its policy, objectivities and targets Establishing & maintaining documented procedure to cover certain activities

Stipulating operating criteria in the procedures


Establishing and maintaining procedures related to the identified significant environmental aspects

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Disposal means
any operation which may lead to resource recovery, recycling, reclamation, direct re-use or alternative uses (Annex IVB of the Basel convention)

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Municipal waste (Including Household and commercial) Industrial waste (including manufacturing) Hazardous waste Construction and demolition waste Mining waste Waste from Electrical and Electronic equipment (WEEE) Biodegradable municipal waste Packaging waste End of Life vehicles (ELVs) and tyres Agricultural waste
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Kinds of Wastes
Solid wastes: domestic, commercial and industrial
wastes especially common as co-disposal of wastes plastics, containers, bottles, cans, papers, scrap iron etc Examples:

Liquid Wastes:

wastes in liquid form

Examples: domestic washings, chemicals, oils, waste water from ponds, manufacturing industries and other sources
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Bio-degradable
can be degraded (paper, wood, fruits and others)

Non-biodegradable
cannot be degraded (plastics, bottles, old machines, cans, styrofoam containers and others)
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Hazardous wastes
Substances unsafe to use commercially, industrially, agriculturally, or economically that are shipped, transported to or brought from the country of origin for dumping or disposal in, or in transit through, any part of the territory of the Philippines

Non-hazardous
Substances safe to use commercially, industrially, agriculturally, or economically that are shipped, transported to or brought from the country of origin for dumping or disposal in, or in transit through, any part of the territory of the Philippines

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Households

Commerce and Industry

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Agriculture

Fisheries

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Oil from a leaking pipeline burns in a swamp area of the Niger Delta in Nigeria. Nigeria is one of the worst polluted countries in the world

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Computer waste are left along a river bank at Yaocuowei village, China. Electonic waste contains 1,000 different substances such as lead, cadmium, chromium, and mercury heavy metals which are highly toxic

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Waste Chokes India

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Products that run on electricity have the potential to cause damage to human health and the environment if not disposed of in a safe manner. Depending on how e-waste is handled when disposed of and where it is disposed of, certain components of electronic products can be rendered hazardous. For instance, CRTs (cathode ray tubes) from PC monitors contain an average of 1.8 to 3.6 kg of lead, some of which could be released into the environment if not properly handled and recycled

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Electronic Waste plastic separation

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Didyouknow..? People discard computers every two to four years on average. Cell phones have a life-cycle of less than two years in industrialised countries. 315 million PCs will become obsolete in 2004 alone. 130 million mobile phones will be disposed of world-wide in 2005. Each computer screen contains about 20% lead by weight.

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Affects our health Affects our socio-economic conditions Affects our coastal and marine environment Affects our climate

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According to NAS (National Academy of Sciences):


GHGs (Gases that trap heat in the atmosphere are often called greenhouse gases) are accumulating in Earths atmosphere as a result of human activities, causing global mean surface air temperature and subsurface ocean temperature to rise.

(Carbon dioxide CO2- enters the atmosphere through the burning of fossil fuels (oil, natural gas, and coal), solid waste, trees and wood products, and also as a result of other chemical reactions (e.g., manufacture of cement). Carbon dioxide is also removed from the atmosphere (or sequestered) when it is absorbed by plants as part of the biological carbon cycle. Methane CH4- is emitted during the production and transport of coal, natural gas, and oil. Methane emissions also result from livestock and other agricultural practices and by the decay of organic waste in municipal solid waste landfills. Nitrous oxide N20- is emitted during agricultural and industrial activities, as well as during combustion of fossil fuels and solid waste. Fluorinated gases : Hydrofluorocarbons, perfluorocarbons, and sulfur hexafluoride are synthetic, powerful greenhouse gases that are emitted from a variety of industrial processes. Fluorinated gases are sometimes used as substitutes for ozone depleting substances (i.e., CFCs, HCFCs, and halons). These gases are typically emitted in smaller quantities, but because they are potent greenhouse gases, they are sometimes referred to as High Global Warming Potential gases (High GWP gases).

Rising global temperatures are expected to raise sea levels and change precipitation and other local climate conditions. Changing regional climates could alter forests, crop yields, and water supplies. This could also affect human health, animals, and many types of ecosystems. 33 Deserts might expand into existing rangelands, and features of some of our national parks might be permanently altered.

According to NAS:
- Some countries are expected to become warmer, although sulfates might limit warming in some areas. - Scientists are unable to determine which parts of those countries will become wetter or drier, but there is likely to be an overall trend toward increased precipitation and evaporation, more intense rainstorms, and drier soils. - Whether rainfall increases or decreases cannot be reliably projected for specific areas.

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WHAT SHOULD BE DONE Reduce Waste


- Reduce office paper waste by implementing a formal policy to duplex all draft reports and by making training manuals and personnel information available electronically.
- Improve product design to use less materials. - Redesign packaging to eliminate excess material while maintaining strength.

- Work with customers to design and implement a packaging return program.


- Switch to reusable transport containers. - Purchase products in bulk.
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WHAT SHOULD BE DONE


Reuse
- Reuse corrugated moving boxes internally. - Reuse office furniture and supplies, such as interoffice envelopes, file folders, and paper. - Use durable towels, tablecloths, napkins, dishes, cups, and glasses.

- Use incoming packaging materials for outgoing shipments.


- Encourage employees to reuse office materials rather than purchase new ones.
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WHAT SHOULD BE DONE


Donate / Exchange
- old books

- old clothes
- old computers - excess building materials - old equipment to local organizations
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WHAT SHOULD BE DONE


Employee Education
- Develop an office recycling procedures packet. - Send out recycling reminders to all employees including environmental articles. - Train employees on recycling practices prior to implementing recycling programs.

- Conduct an ongoing training process as new technologies are introduced and new employees join the institution.

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WHAT SHOULD BE DONE

Preventing Waste - packaging waste reductions and changes in the manufacturing process - use biodegradable materials

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WHAT SHOULD BE DONE


Conduct outreach program adopting an ecologically sound waste management system which includes:
waste reduction segregation at source composting recycling and re-use more efficient collection more environmentally sound disposal
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Data released by the United States Environmental Protection Agency shows that somewhere between 500 billion and a trillion plastic bags are consumed worldwide each year. National Geographic News September 2, 2003
Less than 1% of bags are recycled. It cost more to recycle a bag than to produce a new one.
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Then
Where Do They Go?
A study in 1975, showed oceangoing vessels together dumped 8 million pounds of plastic annually. The real reason that the world's landfills weren't overflowing with plastic was because most of it ended up in an ocean-fill

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Plastic bags photodegrade: Over time they break down into smaller, more toxic petro-polymers

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which eventually contaminate soils and waterways

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Birds become terminally entangled

Nearly 200 different species of sea life including whales, dolphins, seals and turtles die due to plastic bags

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If we use a cloth bag, we can save 6 bags a week That's 24 bags a month That's 288 bags a year That's 22,176 bags in an average life time If just 1 out of 5 people in our country did this we would save 1,330,560,000,000 bags over our life time

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It is possible...

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