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NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT COUNCIL (NEMC)

Statistics of Certificates on

Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Environmental Audit (EA) in Tanzania.


and

Environment and Development Series: Release for year 2010

Table of Contents 1.0: Executive Summary.. ...4

2.0: Stages of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) process ...5 3.0: Summary of processed certificates up to year 2009/10 ........8 4.0: Details of Conditional Environmental Clearance (CEC) issued .....14

5.0: Details of Environmental Audit (EA) certificates processed ........17 6.0: Details of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) certificates issued ..19 7.0: General conditions for certificates ....60 ........62

8.0: Specific conditions for certificates issued

LIST OF FIGURES AND TABLES Fig 1: EIA certificates printed from 2005/6 to 2009/10 ..10 Fig.2: EIA certificates issued in each year...10 Fig. 3: Trends of EIA projects certification per region ..12 Table 1: Certificates printed up to fiscal year 2009/ 10 ....9 Table 2: Certificates issued up to fiscal year 2009/ 10 ....9 Table 3: EIA certificates arranged per region ...11 Table 4: Conditional Environmental Clearance (CEC) issued up to 2004 ..13 Table 5: Conditional Environmental Clearance (CEC) arranged per region .....14 Table 6: Environmental Audit Certificates processed up to 2009/10 .. 17 Table 7: EIA certificates issued in year 2005/6 ....20 Table 8: EIA certificates issued in year 2006/7 ....22 Table 9: EIA certificates issued in year 2007/8 ,...25 Table 10: EIA certificates issued in year 2008/9 .28 Table 11: EIA certificates issued in year 2009/10 ..40 Table 12: Specific conditions for EIA certificates issued ....62

CHAPTER 1.0:

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The National Environment Management Council (NEMC) came into being in 1983 when the Government of Tanzania enacted the National Environment Management Act No. 19 of 1983. NEMC was established with a broad mandate in response to the national need for such an institution to oversee environmental management issues and also implement the resolutions of the Stockholm conference (1972) , which called upon all nations to establish and strengthen National Environmental Councils to advise governments and the international community on environmental issues. The enactment of Environmental Management Act No. 20 of 2004 (EMA, 2004) by Parliament in October 2004, repealed the National Environmental Management Act No.19 of 1983 and re-established NEMC. EMA 2004 gives NEMC mandates to undertake enforcement, compliance , review and monitoring of environmental impact assessments, research, raise environmental awareness and collect and disseminate environmental information. This document presents the statistics and information on Statutory Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) certificates before and after enactment of EMA No.20 of 2004. The document comprises of all EIA certificates approved by the Minister for issuing to proponents from 2005/6 to 2009/10. It also contains the Conditional Environmental Clearance (CEC) letters which were issued by the Council up to 2004. From 2005, NEMC is now charged to recommend and prepare terms and conditions for issuance of the EIA Certificate by the Minister, as stipulate in EMA 2004 section 92 (1). Approval/disapproval of the EIA Certificate is done by the Minister responsible for Environment This is a second comprehensive report on the state of the environmental certification in Tanzania Mainland following the first release in 2009. This 2010 release has 40 entries for printed CEC up to year 2004 of which 39 were issued by the said year. The report also contains 287 certificates of which 274 are Enviromental Impact Assessment (EIA) and 13 are Environmental Audit (EA) certificates printed by May 2010. Among the printed certificates, 220 certificates (211-EIA) and (9-EA ) were issued to project proponents up to May 2010. This report includes also general and specific conditions for issued EIA certificates. Such information were not included in the 2009 release, thus making this release more enriched and useful compared to the latter. The content of this document is largely organized in figures (Fig. 1-3) and tables (Tables 1-12) so as to smoothen the reading and grasping of information. Sources of this data are largely from EIA filing system as well as EIA database of the Council. It is hoped that this document will act as a one stop reference for executives and other officials to readily answer most of the questions which are raised relating to EIA /Audit of investments in Tanzania Mainland. It is also expected that the document will act as a reference guide for technical staff at NEMC and environmental inspectors while preparing and undertaking monitoring and enforcement activities. Since we update and expand the entries throughout the year, the objective is to publish a report of this type every year.

CHAPTER 2.0: STAGES OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT (EIA) PROCESS IN TANZANIA Given below are key steps of EIA process according to the Law: 1. Registration The proponent is required to register a project with NEMC by submitting duly filled EIA application form. The forms are available at NEMC. 2. Screening Screening is an initial review step in the EIA process. Thus, the EIA application forms and Project Brief are screened in order to assess and establish the category of project and determine the level of EIA required. This is done by NEMC within 5 working days after submission of EIA application forms. 3. Scoping If the screening indicates that a full EIA is required, identification of main issues of concern through scoping will be conducted by the developer through his Consultant. This is done by consulting all the relevant concerned parties. Draft terms of references (ToR) will then be prepared to guide the impact assessment study. A Scoping Report and draft Terms of Reference (ToR ) are submitted to NEMC for review and approval. This is done within 10 days after submission of the Scoping Report. 4. Impact Assessment Conducting EIA study is done after approval of ToR by NEMC. The Consultant uses the ToR to conduct the actual EIA study. The crucial task is to identify likely impacts, assess and evaluate their severity and magnitude and propose mitigation measures to minimise potential negative impacts and enhance positive benefits. The output of this stage is an EIA report , also known as Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). This includes an Environmental Management plan (EMP) as well as a Monitoring Plan (MP) that outline management and monitoring of anticipated impacts, including those, which affect local communities in the project area. Public consultation is mandatory when conducting an EIA and the proponent (through his consultant) must meet key stakeholders to get their views. 5. Review Once the proponent has submitted an EIA report (EIS), NEMC conducts site verification visit . The site visit is conducted to verify information provided in the EIS report.

NEMC then coordinates a cross-sectoral Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) to review the EIS. The TAC is composed of members from sectors responsible for environment and resource management . Review of EIS is completed by NEMC within 60 days from the date it was received by NEMC, and this is as required by EMA 2004. The Minister may within 30 days, upon receipt of recommendations of the Council approve or disapprove the EIS. 6. Public hearing As part of the review process a public hearing may be necessary to address public concerns over a proposed activity or project. Normally this takes place when major concerns have been raised by the public and potential negative impacts of the proposed project are perceived to be far reaching. Other critical factors that may necessitate public hearing are sensitivity of the site location, type and scale of project, technology used, multiple land use considerations, presence of relocation and resettlement issues, cumulative impacts and any other factor related to a particular project that might cause public concern. 7. Environmental decision-making After submission of the final version of the EIS, NEMC assesses it in order to ascertain whether all the TAC comments and recommendations have been adequately addressed by the consultant. Thereafter terms and conditions for issuance of the EIA Certificate are prepared by NEMC. Approval/disapproval of the EIS is done by the Minister responsible for Environment as stipulated in EMA 2004 section 92 (1).

Photo: NEMC Director General, Eng.B.T.Baya, handing over an EIA certificate

8. Appeals Both the proponent and the affected or interested parties have the right to appeal. If there is dissatisfaction on the decision reached, provision for appeal to the Environmental Tribunal or Court of law is provided by law. 9. Project implementation This is conducted according to the terms and conditions of approval and is guided by the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 10. Monitoring It is the collection of data through a series of repetitive measurements of environmental parameters (or more generally, a process of systematic observation) over a long period to provide information on characteristics and functioning of environmental and social variables in space and time. Day to day internal monitoring (also known as routine monitoring) is done by the developer (project management team), but compliance monitoring is done by NEMC in collaboration with key stakeholders and regulatory bodies. 11. Environmental Audit Environmental audit is an independent and objective oriented examination of whether the practice complies with expected standards. Broadly, environmental audit means a check on some aspects of environmental management, and implies some kind of testing and verification. There are two levels of Environmental Audits, i.e. Environmental Impact Audit and Environmental Management Audit. Environmental Impact Audit involves comparing the impacts predicted in an EIS with those that actually occur after implementation of the project while Environmental Management Audit involves checks against adherence to plans, mitigation measures and general compliance of terms and conditions. 12. Decommissioning This is done at the end of the project life i.e. during the phase out and closure periods. The developer prepares a decommissioning report, which includes a comprehensive decommissioning plan (DP). This DP is reviewed and approved by NEMC. The decommissioning report indicates commitment into rehabilitating the site and restoring it to its original or better state; and utilising it for other useful activities.

CHAPTER 3.0: SUMMARY OF PROCESSED CERTIFICATES UP TO June 2010. 3.1: Conditional Environmental Clearance (CEC) Before implementation of EMA 2004, the Council was issuing Conditional Environmental Clearances (CEC) to projects that had been subjected to environmental assessment . Until year 2004, conditional clearances amounting to 39 were issued to development projects. 3.2: Environnmental Impact Assessment (EIA) certificates. The Council reviews Environmental Impact Statements (EIS) with assistance of the Technical Advissory Committee (TAC) and recommends to the Minister to issue or not issue the EIA certificate . This is done in accordance with EMA (2004) section 91. From July 2005 to May 2010, the Council submitted 274 recommendations to the Minister for consideration of issuing EIA certificates to projects. Among the 274 recommended projects, 211 projects were approved by the Minister and hence issued with EIA certificates by May 2010. 3.3: Environmental Audit (EA) certificates According to EMA 2004 Section 100 and 101, the Council is mandated to conduct monitoring and auditing of development projects. Likewise, Regulation 46(2) of EIA and Audit Regulations of 2005 requires that environmental audit be carried out on development projects which commenced prior to the coming into force of the EIA and Audit Regulation of 2005 and are likely to have adverse environmental impacts. From July 2005 to May 2010, the Council reviewed a number of audit reports and submitted 13 of them to the Minister for consideration of issuing EA certificates to the projects. Until the date of compilation of this report, nine ( 9) projects were approved by the Minister and hence issued with EA certificates by May 2010. Table 1 below gives statistics for all recommendations made by the Council for issuance of certificates in each year while Table 3 shows EIA statistics disaggregated by region.

Table 1: Certificates printed up to fiscal year 2009/ 10 Year Up to 2004 2005/6 2006/7 2007/8 2008/9 2009/2010 Total Conditional Environmental Clearance (CEC) 40 40 Environmental Audit (EA) Certificates 3 4 6 13 Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) certificates 14 24 27 82 127 274

Table 2: Certificates approved/issued up to fiscal year 2009/ 10 Year Conditional Environmental Clearance (CEC) Up to 2004 39 2005/6 Not apply 2006/7 2007/8 2008/9 2009/2010 Total Not apply Not apply Not apply Not apply 39

Environmental Audit (EA) Certificates 2 5 2 9

Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) certificates 8 20 15 83 85 211

Fig 1: EIA certificates from 2005/6 to 2009/10

Fig.2: EIA certificates issued in each year

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SUMMARY OF ISSUED EIA CERTIFICATES BY REGIONS Table below shows the trend of EIA certificates issued in each region per year up to the June 2010 . From the table, the first three regions with highest statistics are DSM , Arusha and Pwani. The regions with least statistics are Dodoma and Rukwa. Table 3: Issuance of EIA certificates arranged per region Region 2005/6 2006/7 Ruvuma Dodoma Kagera Kigoma Rukwa Tabora Singida Iringa Morogoro Tanga Kilimanjaro Manyara Mtwara Lindi Shinyanga Mwanza Dar-es-Salaam Mara Pwani Arusha Mbeya TOTAL ISSUED 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 0 2 0 1 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 2 1 5 1 1 2 5 20 2007/8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 1 2 1 0 3 1 0 1 1 0 15 2008/9 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 7 4 3 2 2 4 1 4 14 5 12 11 2 83 2009/10 2 1 2 4 0 1 1 7 3 5 3 0 3 2 3 5 21 2 7 12 1 85 Total 3 2 3 5 2 3 3 10 11 13 6 4 8 8 6 13 45 8 23 26 9 211

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Fig. 3: Trends of EIA projects certification per region

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Table 4: Total Conditional Environmental Clearance (CEC) issued up to 2004 per each region Region CEC issued up to year 2004

Ruvuma Dodoma Kagera Kigoma Rukwa Tabora Singida Iringa Morogoro Tanga Kilimanjaro Manyara Mtwara Lindi Shinyanga Mwanza DSM Mara Pwani Arusha Mbeya Total

1 0 2 0 2 0 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 9 4 5 3 5 39

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CHAPTER 4.0: DETAILS OF CONDITIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL CLEARANCE (CEC) PROCESSED UNTIL 2004 (40) Table 5: Details of processed CEC until year 2004 S/ NAME OF THE PROJECT PROJECT LOCATION NO 1. RUFIJI, PRAWN FARMING RUFIJI, PWANI 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. IPTL TEGETA THERMAL POWER MAKUYUNI MINJINGU ROAD MAKUYUNI MUSOMA ROAD MCHUCHUMA COAL MINING NORTH MARA GOLD MINING DIMON TOBBACO INDUSTRY LAKE CHALA SAFARI LODGE MUSOMA FISH PROCESSING CRYSTAL KAPUFI MINING MERELANI TANZANITE MINING SINGIDA SHELUI ROAD SONGOSONGO GAS DEVELOPMENT AND POWER GENERATION PROJECT MAKUYUNI NGORONGORO ROAD PRAWN FISH FARMING BUHEMBA GOLD MINING KINONDONI, DAR-ES-SALAAM ARUSHA MUSOMA, MARA MBEYA MARA DAR-ES-SALAAM MOSHI, KILIMANJARO MUSOMA, MARA MPANDA, RUKWA ARUSHA SINGIDA KILWA , LINDI ARUSHA BAGAMOYO, PWANI MUSOMA, MARA PROPONENT/ DEVELOPER NATURE OF OPERATIONS PRAWN FISH FARMING POWER GENERATION ROAD UPGRADING ROAD UPGRADING MINING GOLD MINING TOBACCO/CIGARET TE TOURISM FISH PROCESSING MINING MINING ROAD UPGRADING POWER GENERATION ROAD UPGRADING PRAWN FARMING GOLD MINING STATUS PROJECT REJECTED PERMIT ISSUED PERMIT ISSUED PERMIT ISSUED PERMIT ISSUED PERMIT ISSUED PERMIT ISSUED PERMIT ISSUED PERMIT ISSUED PERMIT ISSUED PERMIT ISSUED PERMIT ISSUED PERMIT ISSUED PERMIT ISSUED PERMIT ISSUED PERMIT ISSUED YEAR APPROVED (NOT APPROVED) 1995 1996 1996 1996 1997 1998 1998 1999 1999 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2001

INDEPENDENT POWER (T) LTD TANROADS TANROADS NDC AFRICA MASHARIKI GOLD MINING LTD DIMON LTD LAKE CHALA SAFARI LODGE LTD PRIME CATCH LTD CRYSTAL KAPUFI LTD MERELANI MINING TANROADS SONGAS LTD TANROADS PRAWNTAN LTD MERELANI LTD

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S/ NO 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27.

NAME OF THE PROJECT LUPILO MINI HYDRO ELECTRICITY MBEYA CHUNYA MAKONGOLOSI ROAD RIVER BASIN MANAGEMENT AND SMALLHOLDER IRRIGATION PROJECTS ZIRA RIVER MINING BULYANHULU GOLD MINING TULAWAKA GOLD MINING KISHAPU DIAMOND MINING GOLD ROLL AND GALVANIZATION IN MAFIA OYSTER EXPERIMENTATION PROJECT IN DAR ES SALAAM FISH PROCESSING SHRIMP FARMING

PROJECT LOCATION SONGEA, RUVUMA MBEYA MOROGORO CHUNYA, MBEYA KAHAMA, SHINYANGA BIHARAMULO, KAGERA KISHAPU SHINYANGA MAFIA, PWANI DAR-ES-SALAAM BUKOBA KAGERA MAFIA, PWANI

PROPONENT/ DEVELOPER BENEDICT SISTERS MINISTRY OF WORKS MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE KAMAKA CO LTD KAHAMA MINING PANGEA MINERALS (T) LTD EL HILLAL MINERALS LTD M.M. STEEL MILLS

NATURE OF OPERATIONS POWER GENERATION ROAD UPGRADING IRRIGATION SCHEMES MINING MINING MINING MINING

STATUS PERMIT ISSUED PERMIT ISSUED PERMIT ISSUED PERMIT ISSUED PERMIT ISSUED PERMIT ISSUED PERMIT ISSUED PERMIT ISSUED PERMIT ISSUED

YEAR APPROVED 2001 2002 2002 2002 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003

KAGERA FISH CO. LTD ALPHAKRUST

FISH PROCESSING SHRIMP FARMING

PERMIT ISSUED PERMIT ISSUED

28. 29.

TUNDUMA SUMBAWANGA ROAD FUEL VENDING POINT (MAGOGONI FERRY MARKET)

MBEYA. ILALA DAR-ES-SALAAM

TANROADS

ROAD UPGRADING

PERMIT ISSUED PERMIT ISSUED

2004 2004

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S/ NO 30. 31. 32. S/ NO 33. 34.

NAME OF THE PROJECT AIRSTRIP RELOCATION RECYCLING OF USED BATTERIES STEEL PIPES MANUFACTURING NAME OF THE PROJECT ECO-TOURISM DEVELOPMENT IN MATIPWILI VILLAGE REHABILITATION OF THE IYOVIRUAHA MBUYUNI-IKOKOROMAFINGA SECTIONS OF THE TANZAM HIGHWAY ABATTOIR AND MEAT PROCESSING PLANT KIHANSI EMP (REVISED VERSION) TEXTILE MILL PROJECT FISH PROCESSING MINING AT IYUNGA (MBALIZI) WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANT

PROJECT LOCATION

PROPONENT/ DEVELOPER GEITA GOLD MINE AMIT LUDHIYANI IMPEX LTD TANZANIA STEEL PIPES PROPONENT/ DEVELOPER ECOSYSTEM EAST AFRICA LTD TANROADS

NATURE OF OPERATIONS

STATUS PERMIT ISSUED PERMIT ISSUED

YEAR APPROVED 2004 2004 2004 YEAR APPROVED 2004 2004

EPZ UBUNGO DARES-SALAAM DAR-ES-SALAAM PROJECT LOCATION BAGAMOYO , PWANI IRINGA

PIPES MANUFACTURING NATURE OF OPERATIONS SANCTUARY TOURISM ROAD REHABILITATION FOOD PROCESSING

PERMIT ISSUED STATUS PERMIT ISSUED PERMIT ISSUED

35.

SUMBAWANGA RUKWA IRINGA DAR-ES-SALAAM DAR-ES-SALAAM MBEYA DAR-ES-SALAAM

36. 37. 38. 39. 40.

SUMBAWANGA AGRICULTURAL AND ANIMAL FOOD INDUSTRIES TANESCO AFRICAN PRIDE BAHARI FOODS LTD REXWELL MINING TANZANIA BREWERIES LTD

PERMIT ISSUED

2004

POWER GENERATION TEXTILES FISH PROCESSING MINING WATER TREATMENT

PERMIT ISSUED PERMIT ISSUED PERMIT ISSUED PERMIT ISSUED PERMIT ISSUED

2004 2004 2005 2005 2005

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CHAPTER 5.0: DETAILS OF ENVIRONMENTAL AUDIT (EA) CERTIFICATES UP TO YEAR 2009/10 Table 6: EA certificates (Printed are 13, Issued are 9) PRINT APP. REG. SIGN/ NAME(M/S) ADDRESS TITLE DATE NO NO ISSUE DATE NYAKATO STEEL MILLS 02.5.2008 LTD KIWIRA COAL MINES 17.10.2008 COMPANY LTD 30.6.2008 MOUNT KILIMANJARO SAFARI CLUB TANGA CEMENT COMPANY LIMITED GRUMETI RESERVES LTD P.O.BOX 10514 MWANZA P.O.BOX 246 TUKUYU, MBEYA P.O.BOX 2231 ARUSHA P.O.BOX 5053 TANGA P.O.BOX 65 MGUMU, MARA NYAKATO STEEL MILLS FACTORY KIWIRA COAL MINING OLDUVAI TENTED CAMP TANGA CEMENT FACTORY

IMPLEMENTATIO N AREA PLOT NO.8, NYAKATO INDUSTRIAL AREA, JUNCTION OF ILEJE, KYELA AND RUNGWE NGORONGORO CONSERVTION AREA, PONGWE GRUMETI GAME RESERVE, MUGUMU

DISTRICT

REGION

14.4.2008 14.4.2008 14.4.2008 18.8.2008 23.9.2008

163 79 138 221 359

1 2 3

NYAMAGANA MWANZA ILEJE, KYELA, RUNGWE MBEYA ARUSHA TANGA SEREGETI TANGA MARA

4 17.10.2008 5 17.10.2008

7.1.2009

472

Not yet 6 issued

SERENGETI BREWERIES

SABORA TENTED CAMP ENVIRONMENTA L AUDIT FOR P.O.BOX 41080, MWANZA SERENGETI DAR ES BREWERIES SALAAM

MAHINA WARD,

ILEMELA

MWANZA

28.4.09

447

26.5.2009

MANJIS LOGISTICS LIMITED

P.O.BOX 3110 ARUSHA

LIQUIFIED PETROLEUM GAS (LPG) STORAGE AND BOTTLING FACILITY

THEMI INDUSTRIAL AREA,

ARUSHA MUNICIPALIT Y

ARUSHA

17

PRINT DATE

APP. NO

REG. NO

SIGN/ ISSUE DATE

NAME(M/S)

ADDRESS

TITLE

IMPLEMENTATIO N AREA

DISTRICT

REGION

15.9.2009
31.12.09

480

8 15.10.2009

COCA COLA KWANZA MBEYA (T) LTD TANGANYIKA PLANTING COMPANY (TPC) LTD

P.O.BOX 2323 MBEYA P.O.BOX 93 MOSHI


P.O.BOX 139 DAR ES SALAAM

EXPANSION OF EXISTING PRODUCTION AND BOTTLING FACILITY FOR COCA COLA GENERATING POWER FROM BAGASSE
TANZANSINO UNITED PHARMACEUTI CAL FACTORY CENTRE FOR INFECTIOUS DISEASES AND BIOTECHNOLO GY (CIDB) AND ASSOCIATED FACILITIES TANPERCH FISH PROCESSING FACTORY FUEL RETAILER & STORAGE FACILITY

IYUNGA INDUSTRIAL AREA

MBEYA URBAN MOSHI MUNICIPALIT Y

MBEYA KILIMANJA RO
DAR ES SALAAM

235

9 15.1.2010

TPC

4.2. 2010

666

10 30.3.2010

12.4.2010

124

Not yet 11 issued Not yet issued 12 Not yet issued

TANZANSINO CENTRAL VETERINARY LABORATORY, MINISTRY OF LIVESTOCK DEVELOPMENT AND FISHERIES

CHANG'OMBE

TEMEKE,

P.O.BOX 9254 DAR ES SALAAM

CENTRAL VETERINARY LABORATORY LAND (VETERINARI), NYAKATO INDUSTRIAL AREA, NYERERE ROAD INDUSTRIAL AREA,

TEMEKE,

DAR ES SALAAM

15.4.2010

871

NILE PERCH FISHERIES LTD

P.O.BOX 1753 MWANZA P.O.BOX 79042 DAR ES SALAAM

ILEMELA,

MWANZA

28.4.2010

756

13

PETROFUEL (T) LIMITED

TEMEKE

DAR ES SALAAM

NB: Four (4) certificates (Reg. Numbers 6,11,12 and 13) were not yet issued to project proponents by June 2010.

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CHAPTER 6:0: DETAILS OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT (EIA) CERTIFICATES UP TO JUNE 2010 Key for abbreviations used APPL.NO: Application Form Number. Is Unique for each certificate. REG.NO: Registration Number of the Project. Is also Unique for each certificate. PRINT.DATE: Date of printing the certificate. (dd.mm.yy) SIGN.DATE: Date which the minister signed the certificate.(dd.mm.yy). This is adopted as the issuing date. DELIV.DATE: Date the certificate is delivered (handed) to the Proponent (dd.mm.yy) AREA: Area where the project is implemented

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6.1: EIA CERTIFICATES ISSUED IN FISCAL YEAR 2005/2006 (8) Table 7: REG. PRINT NO DATE SIGN DATE DELIV. DATE NAME (M/S) ADDRESS PROJECT TITLE AREA DISTRICT REGION DAR ES SALAAM PAN AFRICAN MARINE CONSERVATION PROMOTERS P.O.BOX 8617 DSM CONSERVATION AND TOURISM PROJECT CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION OF PHARMACEUTIC ALS PLANT NIOBIUM MINING PROJECT (PANDA HILL) MTWARA ENERGY PROJECT:PHASE 2 ACTIVITIES BULK OIL STORAGE, EDIBLE OIL REFINING AND LAUNDRY SOAP MANUFACTURIN G PROJECT SINDA ISLAND DAR ES SALAAM MARINE RESERVE

12.10.05 1.11.05

TEMEKE DAR ES SALAAM

27.10.05 15.11. 05

ZENUFA LABORATORIES LIMITED PANDA HILL MINES LIMITED ARTHUMAS GROUP INC

P.O.BOX 77914 DSM P.O.BOX 6561 DSM CALGARY, CANADA

KIPAWA INDUSTRIAL AREA

ILALA MBEYA RURAL

20.12.05

21.12.05

MBEYA RURAL MTWARA AND LINDI

MBEYA

20.12.05

21.12.05

MTWARA

MTWARA DAR ES SALAAM

20.12.05

20.5.05

EAST COAST OILS AND FATS LTD

P.O.BOX 20660 DSM

KURASINI

TEMEKE

20

REG. NO

PRINT DATE 8 24.5.2006

SIGN DATE 30.5.06 30.5.06

DELIV. DATE

NAME (M/S) TANZANIA PORTS AUTHORITY PREMIUM NILE PERCH (T) LTD MEDITECH INDUSTRIAL COMPANY LIMITED

ADDRESS P.O.BOX 8764 DAR ES SALAAM P.O.BOX 4206 DAR ES SALAAM P.O.BOX 106140 DAR ES SALAAM

PROJECT TITLE MAFIA ISLAND PORT FACILITY (JETTY) MAFIA ISLAND PORT FACILITY (JETTY) DISPOSABLE SYRINGE MANUFACTURIN G

AREA

DISTRICT

REGION

MAFIA ISLAND MAFIA ISLAND

MAFIA MAFIA

PWANI PWANI DAR ES SALAAM

11 24.5.2006

14 1.6.2006

02.6.06

MIKOCHENI

KINONDONI

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6.2: EIA CERTIFICATES ISSUED IN FISCAL YEAR 2006/2007 (20) Table 8. REG. PRINT SIGN DELIV. NAME (M/S) NO DATE DATE DATE 7 24.5.2006 10 24.5.2006 18.10.06 17.10.06 TANPOWER RESOURCES LIMITED MAZINGIRA INVESTMENT LTD GEITA GOLD MINE LIMITED MGS INTERNATIONAL (T) LTD AEGIS LIMITED

ADDRESS P.O.BOX 15237 ARUSHA P.O.BOX 9184 DAR ES SALAAM

PROJECT TITLE KABULO COAL MINING KABULO COAL MINING


EXTENSION OF GEITA GOLD MINE SPECIAL MINING LICENCE

AREA

DISTRICT

REGION

KYELA & ILEJE KYELA & ILEJE

KYELA KYELA

MBEYA MBEYA

12 1.6.2006 25 6 13 6.12.06 24.5.06

23.10.06 31.1.07 04.5.07

P.O.BOX 512 GEITA MWANZA BULK OIL P.O.BOX 70284 DSM STORAGE TERMINAL P.O.BOX 15237 TANZANITE ARUSHA MINING

GEITA HILL KURASINI NAISINYI

GEITA TEMEKE SIMANJIRO

MWANZA DAR ES SALAAM MANYARA

1.6.06 13.6.07 TANZANIA ELECTRICAL SUPPLY LIMITED

REINFORCEMENT AND UPGRADE OF DAR ES SALAAM, KILIMANJARO AND ARUSHA TRANSMISSION AND P.O.BOX 9024 DAR ES DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM SALAAM

DAR ES SALAAM, KILIMANJARO AND ARUSHA

ILALA

DAR ES SALAAM

22

REG. NO

PRINT DATE

SIGN DATE

DELIV. DATE

NAME (M/S)

ADDRESS

PROJECT TITLE

AREA KISARAWE BLOCK IN RUFIJI AND MANDAWA BLOCK NGORONGORO CONSERVATION AREA
PONGWEMSUNGURA VILLAGE, MSATA

DISTRICT

REGION

26

11.1.07

12.2.07

15.1.07 27 6.2.07 13.6.07

DOMINIO OIL & GAS LIMITED MOIVARO INVESTMENT AND TRADING COMPANY

P.O.BOX SEISMIC DATA 9302 DAR ES ACQUISITION SALAAM OPERATIONS P.O.BOX 1957 ARUSHA P.O.BOX 4018 ZANZIBAR P.O.BOX 77578 DAR ES SALAAM SINGORLIO OLBALBAL PERMANENT TENTED CAMP STONE AGGREGATE QUARRY
CONSTRUCTION OF LIQUIFIED PETROLEUM GAS STORAGE

KILWA

LINDI

NGORONGO RO

ARUSHA

29

15.5.07

ASHRAF COMPANY LIMITED 07-Nov- MIHAN GAS 07 COMPANY LIMITED 02-Aug07 TANESCO LIMITED RETREAT SAFARI AND TOURS LTD

KIBAHA

PWANI DAR ES SALAAM

28

1.2.07

27.2.07

37

24.5.07

29.6.07

SHINYANGAP.O.BOX KAHAMA 220KV 9024 DAR ES TRANSMISSION SALAAM LINE P.O.BOX 13757 DAR ES SALAAM RETREAT SAFARI CAMP

KIGAMBONI SHINYANGA TO KAHAMA SELOUS GAME RESERVE

TEMEKE SHINYANGA URBAN MOROGORO URBAN

SHINYANGA MOROGOR O

31

13.3.07 4.4.2007

07.6.07

33

04.5.07

PANGEA MINERALS LTD

P.O.BOX 1081 DAR .

BUZWAGI GOLD MINE

KAHAMA

KAHAMA

SHINYANGA

23

REG. NO

PRINT DATE

SIGN DATE

DELIV. DATE

NAME (M/S)

ADDRESS

PROJECT TITLE

AREA

DISTRICT

REGION

15 24.5.2006

19.10.06

MARMO GRANITO MINES (T) MARMO GRANITO MINES (T) MARMO GRANITO MINES (T) MSASANI SLIPWAY LIMITED ASB HOLDINGS LIMITED TANZANIA PORTLAND CEMENT COMPANY LTD (TPCC) TANZANIA NATIONAL ROADS AGENCY (TANROADS)

P.O.BOX 9024 DSM P.O.BOX 106140 DAR ES SALAAM P.O.BOX 1503 MBEYA P.O.BOX 1503 MBEYA P.O.BOX 1503 MBEYA

IGAWA WHITE MARBLE QUARRYING PROJECT


MALONJI BLUE GRANITE QUARRYING PROJECT ITAKA BLUE MARBLE QUARRYING PROJECT BONGOYO ECOLOGICAL CAMP PROJECT

IGAWA

MBARALI

MBEYA

16 18.7.2006

19.10.06

MALONJI

MBOZI

MBEYA

17 18.7.2006 18 18.7.2006 20 4.9.2006

19.10.06 12.10.06 16.10.06

ITAKA BONGOYO ISLAND MARINE RESERVE


BANAGI PLAINS IN SERENGETI NATIONALPARK

MBOZI KINONDONI SERENGETI

MBEYA DAR ES SALAAM MARA DAR ES SALAAM

21 6.10.2006

18.10.06

24 2.11.2006

22.11.06

BILILA LODGE EXPANSION OF P.O.BOX 250 TPCC PROJECT DAR ES AT WAZO HILL, SALAAM DAR ES SALAAM MULTINATIONAL P.O.BOX ARUSHA 11354 DAR NAMANGA ATHI ES SALAAM RIVER ROAD

KINONDONI ARUSHA NAMANGA

KINONDONI

ARUSHA

ARUSHA

24

Table 9: EIA CERTIFICATES ISSUED IN FISCAL YEAR 2007/2008 REG. NO PRINT DATE
10.3.08 52 20.3.08 01.4.08

(16) ADDRESS
P.O.BOX 203 DAR ES SALAAM

SIGN. DATE

DELIV. DATE

NAME (M/S)

PROJECT TITLE
3D SEISMIC, WELL DRILLING AND PIPELINE FOR SCADA CABLE

AREA
MSIMBATI PENINSULAR, MNAZI BAY

DISTRICT

REGION

29.2.08 29.2.08 29.2.08 4.4.08 18.3.08

ARTHUMAS GROUP INC

48 45 46 58

15.4.08 15.4.08 15.4.08 02.5.08

ROCKMAN GEMS & 02.5.08 MINING (T) LIMITED TANGA CEMENT 15.5.08 COMPANY LIMITED 15.5.08
TANGA CEMENT COMPANY LIMITED

P.O.BOX 857, ARUSHA P.O.BOX 5053 TANGA


P.O.BOX 5053 TANGA

MTWARA RURAL

MTWARA

TANZANITE MINING PROJECT SHALE QUARRYING


INSTALLATION OF NEW GRINDING UNIT

SIMANJIRO PANDE B PONGWE KISOSORA

SIMANJIRO TANGA TANGA TANGA

MANYARA TANGA TANGA TANGA

ACER PETROLEUM (T) 20.5.08 LTD TANZANIA FISHERIES DEVELOPMENT 23.7.08 COMPANY TANZANIA ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY 23.7.08 LIMITED

56

8.5.08

15.4.08

62 18.5.07 35

30.6.08

PETROLEUM DEPOT CONSTRUCTION CONSTRUCTION OF NILE PERCH P.O.BOX 8628 DAR ES PROCESSING PLANT SALAAM BULYANHULU GEITA 220kV P.O.BOX 9024 DAR ES TRANSMISSION LINE SALAAM P.O.BOX 78845, DAR ES SALAAM MTWARAMBAMBABAY ROAD

ILEMELA BAY

ILEMELA

MWANZA

BULYANHULU

GEITA

MWANZA

20.10.07

TANROADS

P.O.BOX 11364 DSM

MTWARA TO MBAMBABAY

MTWARA URBAN

MTWARA

25

REG. NO

PRINT DATE

SIGN DATE

DELIV. DATE

NAME (M/S)

ADDRESS
PLOT NO. 1,2,& 3, BLOCK F, MSASANI DRIVE INN, P.O.BOX 77052 DAR ES SALAAM

PROJECT TITLE

AREA

DISTRICT

REGION

49

10.3.08

27.3.2008

ZANZIBAR TELECOMMUNICATION LTD (ZANTEL)

EAST AFRICA SUBMARINE CABLE SYSTEMS

MSASANI

KINONDONI

DAR ES SALAAM

32 19.3.08 39 11.9.07

27.3.08 9-Nov-07

GREEN RESOURCES LTD

P.O.BOX 55 MAFINGA

MAFINGA AND IDETE FOREST PROJECTS

MUFINDI

MUFINDI

IRINGA

M.M.STEEL RESOURCES PUBLIC LIMITED COMPANY P.O.BOX 3030 DAR ES SALAAM

07.11.07 29.2.08

DEVELOPMENT OF SPONGE IRON INDUSTRY AND STEEL ALLIED PRODUCTS

LUDEWA

LUDEWA

IRINGA

47

2.5.08

SAMCHIRA COMMODITIES (T) LIMITED

P.O.BOX 419 DAR ES SALAAM

FUEL STORAGE FACILITIES (DEPOT) AND PETROCHEMICAL REFINERY PLANT

KISOSORA SITE

TANGA

TANGA

26

REG. NO 54

PRINT DATE 17.3.08

SIGN DATE 2.5.08

DELIV. DATE

NAME (M/S) SAFRITAN GOLDFIELDS LIMITED

ADDRESS P.O.BOX 605 GEITA, MWANZA P.O.BOX 7757 MOSHI, KILIMANJAR O P.O.BOX 45 DAR ES SALAAM

PROJECT TITLE SAFRITAN GOLD MINING PROJECT

AREA KASEME AND RWAMGASA

DISTRICT

REGION

GEITA

MWANZA

41

23.10.07 4.4.08

07.11.07

19-Nov- BIOSHAPE TANZANIA 07 LIMITED MAUREL ET PROM TANZANIA LIMITED

57

2.5.08

JATROPHA FARMING DRILLING CAMPAIGN OF MAFIA DEEP 2 WELL

KILWA

KILWA

LINDI

NDAGON

MAFIA

PWANI

27

Table 10: EIA CERTIFICATES ISSUED IN FISCAL YEAR 2008/2009 REG. NO PRINT DATE SIGN. DATE DELIV. DATE NAME (M/S)

( 87- certificates) ADDRESS PROJECT TITLE


CONSTRUCTIO N OF MSOGA DAM AND IRRIGATION INFRASTRUCTU RE PROJECT MALALA RIVER LODGE PROJECT DEVELOPMENT A LUXURY PERMANET TENTED CAMP AT KINYANGURU HILL REHABILITATIO N AND DESILTING OF THE NAITOLYA CHARCO DAM. CONSTRUCTIO N OF ARUSHA CEMENT FACTORY BREWERY PLANT PROPOSED BISARWI SMALLHOLDER IRRIGATION PROJECT

AREA

DISTRICT

REGION

85 13.11.08 81 4.11.2008

24.12.08 18.12.08

MINISTRY OF WATER AND IRRIGATION MALALA BUSH LIMITED

50 10.3.08

18.12.08

TOURISM PROMOTION SERVICES (T) LTD

P.O.BOX 9153 DAR ES SALAAM P.O.BOX 23250 DAR ES SALAAM C/O STRATTON CASTEL & PARTNERS (T), P.O.BOX 5298 DAR ES SALAAM

CHALINZE SELOUS GAME RESERVE

BAGAMOY O

PWANI

RUFIJI

PWANI

KINYANGURU HILL AREA IN SELOUS GAME RESERVE

MOROGOR O RURAL

MOROGOR O

131 27.3.2009

3.4.09

MONDULI DISTRICT COUNCIL

P.O.BOX 1 MONDULI P.O.BOX 952 ARUSHA P.O.BOX 9013 DAR ES SALAAM

NAITOLYA VILLAGE

MONDULI

ARUSHA

108 25.2.2009 98 3.2.2009

24.3.09 26.2.09

ARUSHA CEMENT COMPANY LTD TANZANIA BREWERIES LIMITED

EKENYWA VILLAGE IYUNGA INDUSTRIAL AREA

ARUSHA MBEYA URBAN

ARUSHA

MBEYA

105 16.2.2009

13.2.09

NILE BASIN INITIATIVE

P.O.BOX 113 MUSOMA

BISARWI

TARIME

MARA

28

REG. NO

PRINT DATE

SIGN. DATE

DELIV. DATE

NAME (M/S)

ADDRESS

PROJECT TITLE

AREA
CHAKWALE, IFAKARA 2 CAP, IFAKARA MASHIMONI, KINOLE, MAZIMBU AND TAWA LUPONDE AND MLANGALI KAPALALA, IBILILO AND IWIJI MBWARA AND MKONGO NANGANGA, MASASI, MTWARA AND SHANGANI

DISTRICT

REGION

112 11.3.2009 113 11.3.2009 114 11.3.2009 115 11.3.2009

3.09 3.09 3.09

ZAIN TANZANIA LTD

ZAIN TANZANIA LTD

ZAIN TANZANIA LTD

3.09
ZAIN TANZANIA LTD

P.O.BOX 9623 DAR ES SALAAM P.O.BOX 9623 DAR ES SALAAM P.O.BOX 9623 DAR ES SALAAM P.O.BOX 9623 DAR ES SALAAM P.O.BOX 9623 DAR ES SALAAM P.O.BOX 9623 DAR ES SALAAM P.O.BOX 9623 DAR ES SALAAM P.O.BOX 9623 DAR ES SALAAM P.O.BOX 9623 DAR ES SALAAM P.O.BOX 9623 DAR ES SALAAM

TELECOMMUNI CATION TOWER PROJECTS TELECOMMUNI CATION TOWER PROJECTS TELECOMMUNI CATION TOWER PROJECTS TELECOMMUNI CATION TOWER PROJECTS TELECOMMUNI CATION TOWER PROJECTS TELECOMMUNI CATION TOWER PROJECTS TELECOMMUNI CATION TOWER PROJECTS TELECOMMUNI CATION TOWER PROJECTS TELECOMMUNI CATION TOWER PROJECTS TELECOMMUNI CATION TOWER PROJECTS

KILOMBER O/MVOMER O/MOROGO RO NJOMBE AND LUDEWA CHUNYA/R UNGWE/MB EYA

MOROGOR O

IRINGA

MBEYA

RUFIJI

PWANI

3.09
ZAIN TANZANIA LTD

116 11.3.2009 117 11.3.2009 118 11.3.2009 119 11.3.2009

MTWARA/M ASASI NYAMAGAN A BUKOBA/BI HALAMURO /KARAGWE

MTWARA

3.09
ZAIN TANZANIA LTD

3.09
ZAIN TANZANIA LTD

MWANZA KARAGWE, TANITA AND NYAKANAZI

MWANZA

KAGERA

3.09
ZAIN TANZANIA LTD

MPETA TX
LITOLA, LIULI, MAGUU, MAHENGE, MAJIMAJI AD MSAMALA

KIGOMA

KIGOMA

3.09

120 11.3.2009 121 11.3.2009

ZAIN TANZANIA LTD

SONGEA/M BINGA MPANDA /NKASI

RUVUMA

3.09
ZAIN TANZANIA LTD

KABWE, KIPILI AND MWESE

RUKWA

29

REG. NO

PRINT DATE

SIGN. DATE

3.09 3.09

DELIV. DATE

NAME (M/S)

ADDRESS
P.O.BOX 9623 DAR ES SALAAM P.O.BOX 9623 DAR ES SALAAM

PROJECT TITLE
TELECOMMUNI CATION TOWER PROJECTS TELECOMMUNI CATION TOWER PROJECTS

AREA
RESOLUTE GOLDMINE IHANJA, MGORI, SINGIDA TTCL 2 CAP AND NKUMBI-IAMBI CHIKUYU, DODOMA ICAP, KIKOMBO, MAGINDU, MAILI MBILI, MISUGHAABUSI AND MPWAPWA KATESH CAP 1 OPTION 1

DISTRICT

REGION

122 11.3.2009

ZAIN TANZANIA LTD

NZEGA

TABORA

123 11.3.2009

ZAIN TANZANIA LTD

SINGIDA/IR AMBA

SINGIDA

3.09

124 11.3.2009 125 11.3.2009 126 11.3.2009 127 11.3.2009

ZAIN TANZANIA LTD

3.09
ZAIN TANZANIA LTD

3.09
ZAIN TANZANIA LTD

3.09
ZAIN TANZANIA LTD

P.O.BOX 9623 DAR ES SALAAM P.O.BOX 9623 DAR ES SALAAM P.O.BOX 9623 DAR ES SALAAM P.O.BOX 9623 DAR ES SALAAM

129 26.3.209

26.5.2009

EAST AFRICAN COMMUNITY

P.O.BOX 1096 ARUSHA


145 KENSINGTO N CHURCH STREET LONDON, W8 7LP UNITED KINGDOM

TELECOMMUNI CATION TOWER PROJECTS TELECOMMUNI CATION TOWER PROJECTS TELECOMMUNI CATION TOWER PROJECTS TELECOMMUNI CATION TOWER PROJECTS BUILDING OF EAST AFRICAN COMMUNITY HEADQUARTER S

DODOMA/M PWAPWA

DODOMA

HANANG

MANYARA

LINDI MUBOGOLE 3 CAP OPT A

LINDI

LINDI

MUSOMA

MARA

ARUSHA

ARUSHA MUNICIPAL

ARUSHA

40 14.9.2007

19.6.2009

SUN BIOFUELS PLC (T) LTD

FOREST PLANTATION DEVELOPMENT

KISARAWE

KISARAWE

PWANI

30

REG. NO

PRINT DATE 28.4.2009

SIGN. DATE

DELIV. DATE

NAME (M/S)

ADDRESS

PROJECT TITLE POWDER/DRENC HES MIXING AND PACKAGING OF VETERINARY DRUGS FACILITY. GRAVITY WATER SUPPLY PROJECT EXPLORATORY OIL/GAS DRILLING

AREA BUGURUNI SERVICE INDUSTRIAL AREA KIBEREGE AND KISAWASAWA SUDI/NACHUNYU VILLAGES MAFIA ISLAND IRKEEPUS VILLAGE, NAINOKANOKA.

DISTRICT

REGION

140 130 79 107

27.3.2009 30.10.200 8 25.2.2009 2.4.2009

26.5.2009 4.5.2009 18.12.200 8 11.5.2009

11.6.200 FARMERS CENTRE 9 LIMITED 20.5.200 9 29.1.200 9 26.7.200 9

P.O.BOX 22779 DAR ES SALAAM P.O.BOX 102 CATHOLIC DIOCESE OF MOROGOR O MAHENGE P.O.BOX 179 DAR ES TULLOW TANZANIA BV SALAAM P.O.BOX 29 MAFIA, SHAMBA KILOLE LTD PWANI

ILALA KILOMBERO LINDI RURAL MAFIA NGORONGO RO

DAR ES SALAAM MOROGOR O LINDI PWANI

136

27.3.2009

30.6.2009

NEW ARUSHA HOTELS 23.7.200 GROUP (T) LTD (DSM9 OFFICE)

SHAMBA KILOLE LODGE DEVELOPMENT P.O.BOX OF A LUXURY 2763 DAR ES PERMANENT SALAAM TENTED CAMP

ARUSHA

132

4.5.2009

KILIMANJARO 15.5.200 BIOCHEM LIMITED 9 (KAL)

DEVELOPMENT OF EXTRA NEUTRAL P.O.BOX 461 ALCOHOL MANUFACTURIN DAR ES SALAAM G FACILITY

KIFARU VILLAGE

MWANGA

KILIMANJAR O

31

REG. NO

PRINT DATE 13.11.200 8

SIGN. DATE

DELIV. DATE

NAME (M/S)

ADDRESS

PROJECT TITLE RELOCATION OF A LABORATORY FOR INSPECTION AND CERTIFICATIION OF PETROLEUM PRODUCTS UNDER SEA CABLE LAYING COPPER MINING PROJECT DEVELOPMENT OF EXPORT PROCESSING ZONE STRUCTURES CONSTRUCTION OF NAINOKANOKA SECONDARY SCHOOL

AREA

DISTRICT

REGION

83 100 110

9.2.2009 3.3.2009 16.2.2009

14.4.2009 14.4.2009 11.5.2009

11.5.200 INTERTEK CALEB 9 BRETT 11.6.200 9 SEACOM (T) LTD 11.6.200 KASTAN MINING 9 COMPANY LTD

P.O.BOX 77428 DAR ES SALAAM P.O.BOX 33407 DAR ES SALAAM P.O.BOX 21817 DAR ES SALAAM P.O.BOX 10392 DAR ES SALAAM P.O.BOX 1, NGORONGO RO CRATER, NGORONGO RO

KURASINI KUNDUCHI ULELING'OMBE

TEMEKE KINONDONI KILOSA

DAR ES SALAAM DAR ES SALAAM MOROGOR O

106

24.12.200 8

15.6.2009

17.7.200 KAMAL ALLOYS 9 LIMITED NGORONGORO 15.7.200 CONSERVATION AREA 9 AUTHORITY

ZINGA NGORONGORO CONSERVATION AREA

BAGAMOYO

PWANI

88

24.12.200 8

13.2.2009

NGORONGO RO

ARUSHA

87

13.2.2009

NGORONGORO 15.7.200 CONSERVATION AREA 9 AUTHORITY

P.O.BOX 1,

NGORONGORO CRATER, NGORONGORO

CONSTRUCTION OF MOKILLAL RESORT

NGORONGORO CONSERVATION AREA

NGORONGO RO

ARUSHA

32

REG. NO

PRINT DATE 18.6.2008

SIGN. DATE

DELIV. DATE

NAME (M/S)

ADDRESS

PROJECT TITLE GRID INTERCONNECTI ON VIA 33 kV UNDERGROUND CABLE FROM LODOARE GATE TO NCAA HEADQUARTERS

AREA

DISTRICT

REGION

64 146

15.5.2009 3.2.2009

18.12.200 8 30.6.2009

NGORONGORO 15.7.200 CONSERVATION AREA 9 AUTHORITY DAR RAPID TRANSIT AGENCY (DART) 11.6.200 KIGOMA HILLTOP 9 HOTEL LIMITED

97

1.4.2009

1.4.2009

P.O.BOX 1, NGORONGO RO CRATER, NGORONGO RO P.O.BOX 724 DAR ES JANGWANI BUS SALAM DEPOT PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION P.O.BOX OF STIEGLERS 20965 DAR RIVER LODGE ES SALAAM P.O.BOX 9623 DAR ES SALAAM P.O.BOX 79042 DAR ES SALAAM P.O.BOX 72233 DAR ES SALAAM

NGORONGORO CONSERVATION AREA JANGWANI SELOUS GAME RESERVE MSIMBAZI, SEGEREA, HIFADHI HOUSE AND LIFE HOUSE CHANG'OMBE INDUSTRIAL AREA KUNDUCHI WARD

NGORONGO RO ILALA

ARUSHA DAR ES SALAAM

RUFIJI

PWANI DAR ES SALAAM DAR ES SALAAM DAR ES SALAAM

135 28.4.2009 138 137 14.4.2009 16.3.2009

11.5.2009 1.6.2009 26.5.2009

2.9.2009 ZAIN TANZANIA LTD 2.9.2009 PETROLUBE (T) LTD. ENTERPRISE HOMES 3.7.2009 TANZANIA LTD

TELECOMMUNIC ATION TOWER PROJECTS BLENDING OF LUBRICANTS AND GREASES. DEVELOPMENT OF HOUSING ESTATES

ILALA TEMEKE KINONDONI

128

1.6.2009

THE NEW FOREST 3.7.2009 COMPANY (T) LTD

P.O.BOX 119 DAR ES SALAAM

FORESTRY PLANTATION

KILOLO

KILOLO

IRINGA

33

REG. NO

PRINT DATE 28.4.2009

SIGN. DATE

DELIV. DATE

NAME (M/S)

ADDRESS

PROJECT TITLE

AREA

DISTRICT

REGION

139 122

11.3.2009 1.4.2009

15.6.2009 26.5.2009

13.8.200 PRECISION AIR 9 SERVICES LIMITED 2.9.2009 ZAIN TANZANIA LTD

CONSTRUCTION OF AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE P.O.BOX HANGAR AND 70770 DAR ASSOCIATED ES SALAAM FACILITIES. P.O.BOX TELECOMMUNIC 9623 DAR ES ATION TOWER SALAAM PROJECTS

DAR ES SALAAM AIRPORT TERMINAL NO. 1 RESOLUTE GOLDMINE MANZESE, MAGOMENI, MIKOCHENI, KIJITONYAMA, KIJIWENI, MABIBO, LEADRES CLUB, SLIP WAY AND TANDALE

ILALA NZEGA

DAR ES SALAAM TABORA

134

23.1.2009

11.5.2009

2.9.2009 ZAIN TANZANIA LTD 17.4.200 AFRICA GREEN OILS 9 LTD 15.9.200 9 MIC (T) LTD -TIGO

94 144 145

28.5.2009 28.5.2009

25.2.2009 30.6.2009

P.O.BOX TELECOMMUNIC 9623 DAR ES ATION TOWER SALAAM PROJECTS ESTABLISHMENT OF A 5,000 HA P.O.BOX OIL PALM 34463 DAR PLANTATION. ES SALAAM P.O.BOX TIGO MASTS 2929 DAR ES INSTALLATION SALAM PROJECT

KINONDONI

DAR ES SALAAM

RUFIJI MODEKO & VIBANDANI

RUFIJI MOROGORO
MUNICIPAL

PWANI MOROGOR O

30.6.2009

15.9.200 9 MIC (T) LTD -TIGO

P.O.BOX TIGO MASTS 2929 DAR ES INSTALLATION SALAM PROJECT

MSHINDO

IRINGA MUNICIPAL

IRINGA

34

REG. NO

PRINT DATE 24.12.08

SIGN. DATE

DELIV. DATE

NAME (M/S)

ADDRESS

PROJECT TITLE

AREA

DISTRICT

REGION PWANI

89 143 75

28.5.2009 7.10.2008 23.9.2008

3.4.2009 30.6.2009 23.2.2009

17.4.200 SEKAB BIOENERGY (T) 9 LIMITED 15.9.200 9 MIC (T) LTD -TIGO ACER PETROLEUM (T) 6.3.2009 LTD

71

4.2.2009

4.3.2009

19.3.200 BRITISH-TANZANIAN 9 TIMBER LTD 20.3.200 NEPTUNE HOTELS 9 LIMITED 20.4.200 SERENGETI 9 BREWERIES LIMITED

99

9.2.2009

18.3.2009

104

25.2.2009

1.4.2009

BIOETHANOL P.O.BOX PRODUCTION 23423 DAR FROM SUGAR ES SALAAM CANE TIGO MASTS P.O.BOX 2929 DAR ES INSTALLATION PROJECT SALAM P.O.BOX PETROLEUM 78845, DAR DEPOT ES SALAAM CONSTRUCTION DEVELOPMENT OF SAWMILL AND TIMBER P.O.BOX TREATMENT 72447 DAR FACTORY ES SALAAM CONSTRUCTION P.O.BOX OF NEPTUNE 6222 RETREAT ECO ARUSHA LODGE MOSHI P.O.BOX SERENGETI 41080 DAR BREWERIES ES SALAAM PLANT ERECTION OF COMMUNICATIO N MASTS (DAR 3D AND DAR 15D)

RAZABA RUNCH CHIKONGOLA AND LIGULA "B" KURASINI

BAGAMOYO TANDAHIMB A& MTWARA TEMEKE

MTWARA DAR ES SALAAM

MAFINGA

MUFINDI

IRINGA

BASHAI VILLAGE

KARATU MOSHI URBAN

ARUSHA KILIMANJAR O

BOMAMBUZI

109

24.3.2009

17.4.200 9 DOVETEL (T) LTD

P.O.BOX 21949 DAR ES SALAAM

KARIAKOO AND MNAZI MMOJA

ILAIA MUNICIPAL

DAR ES SALAAM

35

REG. NO

PRINT DATE
16.5.2008

SIGN. DATE

DELIV. DATE

NAME (M/S)

ADDRESS

PROJECT TITLE
DEVELOPMENT OF A HOUSING ESTATE AND THE ASSOCIATED INFRASTRUCTURE

AREA

DISTRICT

REGION

63

1.4.2009

17.4.2009

INTEGRATED PROPERTY INVESTMENTS (T) LIMITED

P.O.BOX 33007 DAR ES SALAAM

76 7.10.2008 20.1.2009 93 90 92 24.12.200 8 7.1.2009


27.1.2009 96 2.12.2008 86 9.2.2009

19.1.2009

20.2.200 SOKWE/ASILIA GROUP 9 LTD TANGANYIKA 24.2.200 WILDERNESS CAMPS 9 LIMITED 23.4.200 9 23.4.200 9 ROUGH TRACKS LIMITED ROUGH TRACKS LIMITED
INTEGRATED PHARMACEUTICALS CO. LTD ESTABLISSEMENT MAUREL ET PROM

P.O.BOX 1111 ARUSHA P.O.BOX 8276 ARUSHA

BAHARI BEACH

KINONDONI

DAR ES SALAAM

PERMANENT TENTED CAMP LUXURY PERMANENT TENTED CAMP GRUMETI LUXURY TENTED CAMP PROJECT SERENGETI ECO LODGE
PHARMACEUTICAL S MANUFACTURING PLANT. SEISMIC DATA ACQUISITION FOR OIL AND GAS EXPLORATION

13.2.2009 13.2.2009 13.2.2009

SERENGETI NATIONAL PARK LAKE MASEK, NGORONGORO CONSERVATION AREA ROBANDA VILLAGE ROBANDA VILLAGE

SERENGETI NGORONGO RO SERENGETI SERENGETI

MARA

ARUSHA MARA MARA


DAR ES SALAAM

P.O.BOX 1725 MOSHI P.O.BOX 1725 MOSHI


P.O.BOX 33007 DAR ES SALAAM P.O.BOX 80460 DAR ES SALAAM

13.2.2009

25.2.2009

BUNJU B WARD RUFIJI DELTA AND COASTAL SHORELINE.

KINONDONI

24.2.2009

25.2.2009.

RUFIJI

PWANI

103

23.2.2009

6.3.2009

MINISTRY OF LIVESTOCK AND DEVELOPMENT OF FISHERIES

P.O.BOX 9152 DAR ES SALAAM

PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT OF FISH LANDING SITE

NYAMISATI

RUFIJI

PWANI

36

REG. NO

PRINT DATE 9.2.2009

SIGN. DATE

DELIV. DATE

NAME (M/S)

ADDRESS

PROJECT TITLE

AREA

DISTRICT

REGION LINDI

102

4.4.08

26.2.2009

6.3.2009

RSR (T) LTD

MINISTRY OF LIVESTOCK AND DEVELOPMENT OF FISHERIES

P.O.BOX 9152 DAR ES SALAAM

PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT OF FISH LANDING SITE

MASOKO PWANI

KILWA

60 53

17.3.08 10.3.08

15.7.08 31.7.08

51 26.6.08 65 8.2.08 42 3.8.08

15.7.08

P.O.BOX 22691, DAR ES SALAAM 05.8.08 DAR ES SALAAM P.O.BOX CEMENT COMPANY 5999 DAR ES 14.8.08 LIMITED SALAAM C/O STRATTON CASTEL & PARTNERS TOURISM PROMOTION SERVICES (T), P.O.BOX 12.8.08 (T) LTD 5298 DSM MAWENI LIMESTONE LTD BULYANHULU GOLD MINE LIMITED MAWENI LIMESTONE LTD

BUSOLWA GOLD MINING CEMENT MANUFACTURIN G PLANT

BUSOLWA MBAGALA

GEITA TEMEKE

MWANZA DAR ES SALAAM

19.7.08 23.10.08

7.8.08

29.8.08

CONSTRUCTION OF A LUXURY PERMANET TENTED CAMP AT NYIRENGE MAWENI P.O.BOX CEMENT 4554 DAR ES MANUFACTURIN SALAAM G PLANT CLEANER SCAVENGER P.O.BOX 1081 DAR ES TAILINGS PROJECT SALAAM P.O.BOX 4554 DSM CLINKER GRINDING PLANT

NYIRENGE IN RUAHA NATIONAL PARK

IRINGA RURAL

IRINGA

MAWENI

TANGA

TANGA

BULYANHULU

KAHAMA

SHINYANGA

67

21.10.08

21.10.08

MKURANGA

MKURANGA

PWANI

37

REG. NO 68

PRINT DATE 17.8.08 23.9.08

SIGN. DATE

DELIV. DATE

NAME (M/S) MWANZA FISHING INDUSTRIES

ADDRESS

PROJECT TITLE

AREA LUCHELELE

DISTRICT NYAMAGAN A

REGION MWANZA

8.10.08 30.10.08

P.O.BOX 348 MWANZA FISH FARM

70

4.4.08

8.10.08 30.10.08

KILOMBERO VALLEY TEAK COMPANY (KVTC) TANZANIA ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY LIMITED ZARA INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL AGENCY DUWEIL COMPANY LIMITED TANGA CEMENT COMPANY LIMITED

59 74 7.10.08

25.9.08 14.11.08

30.10.08 29.12.08

72 28.9.08 3.8.08 66

14.11.08

29.8.08

P.O.BOX 655 TIMBER PROCESSING IFAKARA, PLANT MOROGOR MUSOMA NYAMONGO 132KV P.O.BOX TRANSMISSION 9024, DAR ES SALAAM LINE CONSTRUCTION P.O.BOX OF TENTED 1990 MOSHI CAMP SITE DEVELOPMENT P.O.BOX OF A 25354 DAR PETROLEUM ES SALAAM DEPOT P.O.BOX 5053 TANGA
TANGA CEMENT POWER GENERATION PLANT

ULANGA

ULANGA

MOROGOR O

MUSOMA NYAMONGO ESIRWA BLOCK "T" KISOSORA CHUMVINI

MUSOMA NGORONGO RO

MARA ARUSHA

TANGA CITY

TANGA

30.10.08

17.10.08

17.4.200 9

PONGWE

TANGA

TANGA

78

25.11.08

CASPIAN LIMITED

P.O.BOX 40954 DAR ES SALAAM

DEVELOPMENT OF A PERMANENT TENTED CAMP

MASEKELA B, RUBONDO ISLAND NATIONAL PARK.

GEITA

MWANZA

38

REG. NO

PRINT DATE 23.9.08

SIGN. DATE

DELIV. DATE 11.6.200 9

NAME (M/S)

ADDRESS

PROJECT TITLE
PERMANENT TENTED CAMP AT LUKAMA, KATAVI NATIONAL PARK (KANAPA)

AREA

DISTRICT

REGION

69

17.3.08

25.11.08

11.5.200 9

NEW ARUSHA HOTEL LIMITED (DAR ES SALAAM OFFICE) KILIMANJARO MINES LIMITED MOROGORO CULTURED MARBLE TANZANIA

55 7.10.08

24.12.08

P.O.BOX 2763 DAR ES SALAAM P.O.BOX 2475 DAR ES TANZANITE SALAAM MINING PROJECT P.O.BOX 12403 DAR ES SALAAM

LUKIMA, KANAPA

MPANDA

RUKWA

MERERANI

SIMANJIRO

MANYARA

73

13.10.08

24.12.08

29.1.200 9

77

24.12.08

TOL GASES LIMITED

CO2 EXTRACTION P.O.BOX 911 AND DISTRIBUTION DAR ES DEPOT SALAAM

CULTURED MARBLE PRODUCTS MANUFACTURING PLANT

KINGOLWIRA IKAMA & ILENGE VILLAGES

MOROGORO MUNICIPAL

MOROGOR O

RUNGWE

MBEYA

39

Table 11: EIA CERTIFICATES ISSUED IN 2009/2010 REG. NO PRINT DATE 13.8.2009 SIGN. DATE DELIV. DATE

(89-certificates) ADDRESS PROJECT TITLE AREA DISTRICT REGION

NAME (M/S)

155

13.8.2009

28.8.2009 28.8.2009

15.9.20 09 MIC (T) LTD -TIGO

TIGO MOBILE TELECOMMUNIC ATION INFRASTRUCTUR EAT ARISI MARANGU (SITE ID MSH 092), AND MAJENGO P.O.BOX 2929 DAR ES MIEMBENI (SITE ID MSH 095) SALAM

MOSHI MUNICIPALITY

MOSHI MUNICIPALI TY

KILIMANJAR O

154

15.9.20 09 MIC (T) LTD -TIGO

TIGO MOBILE TELECOMMUNIC ATION INFRASTRUCTUR E AT MWAKIBETE (SITE ID MBY 076), IYUNGA (SITE ID MBY 0740, NONDE (SITE ID MBY 071), FOREST (SITE ID MBY 073), AND P.O.BOX MBEYA 2929 DAR ES MADINI (SITE ID MBY 075) MUNICIPALITY SALAM

MBEYA MUNICIPALI TY

MBEYA

40

REG. NO

PRINT DATE 6.7.2009

SIGN DATE

DELIV. DATE

NAME (M/S)

ADDRESS

PROJECT TITLE DEVELOPMENT OF COMMUNICATIO N TOWERS (ID 11623, 11072, 11537, 11509) THE PROPOSED 15 MW COMBINED HEAT AND POWER PLANT KILIMATITI TENTED CAMP MWENGA HYDROPOWER PROJECT

AREA YOMBO VITUKA, TEMEKE, KINONDONI MOSCOW, LAMBONI SINZA AND KITONGA UPANGA

DISTRICT

REGION

148

19.10.2009

5.8.2009

2.9.200 ZANZIBAR TELECOM 9 LIMITED (ZANTEL)

P.O.BOX 77052 DAR ES SALAAM

TEMEKE, KINONDONI AND ILALA

DAR ES SALAAM

180

23.9.2009

17.11.2009

23.11.2 SAO HILL ENERGY 009 LIMITED 2.12.20 09 COASTAL TRAVELS LTD 2.12.20 MWENGA 09 HYDROPOWER LTD

178 168

23.9.2009 14.9.2009

27.11.2009 20.11.2009

P.O.BOX 55 MAFINGA P.O.BOX 3052 DAR ESW SALAAM P.O.BOX 70192 DAR ES SALAAM

SAO HILL INDUSTRIES LTD NGORONGORO CONSERVATION AREA MUFINDI

MUFINDI NGORONGO RO MUFINDI

IRINGA

ARUSHA IRINGA

174

15.10.2009

2.12.20 PARASTATAL 09 PENSIONS FUND

P.O.BOX 72743 DAR ES SALAAM.

CONSTRUCTION OF PPF/DCC CAR PARKING FACILITY

ALONG MOROGORO ROAD

ILAIA MUNICIPAL

DAR ES SALAAM

41

REG. NO

PRINT DATE 1.4.2009

SIGN DATE

DELIV. DATE

NAME (M/S)

ADDRESS

PROJECT TITLE

AREA TAZARA, TEMEKE RSU 1, TANDIKA, KURASINI RADIO, KEKO MACHUNGWA, MBAGALA, TABATA BIMA AND TEMEKE DOVYA NGASAMO ESIRWA KIROMO VILLAGE VINGUNGUTI INDUSTRIAL AREA

DISTRICT

REGION

133 182 183 160 147

29.10.2009 29.10.2009 13.8.2009 16.6.2009 10.12.2009

15.9.2009 2.12.2009 30.11.2009 27.11.2009 8.12.2009

2.12.20 09 ZAIN TANZANIA LTD TWIGG GOLD LIMITED 11.12.2 WHITE SANDS HOTELS 009 LTD SADIKI SHISHIRA MGONJA 11.12.2 009 OK PLAST Limited TANZANIA NATIONAL ROADS AGENCY (TANROADS)

P.O.BOX 9623 DAR ES SALAAM P.O.BOX 1866 MWANZA P.O.BOX 3030 DAR ES SALAAM P.O.BOX 25 BAGAMOYO P.O.BOX 8812 DAR ES SALAM P.O.BOX 11364 DAR ES SALAAM

TELECOMMUNIC ATION TOWER PROJECTS MINERAL EXPLORATION WHITE SANDS LUXURY LODGE SNAKE PARK PROJECT PROPOSED LEAD ACID BATTERY SMELTING PLANT UPGRADING OF IRINGA DODOMA ROAD (260KM) PROJECT

TEMEKE MAGU NGORONGO RO BAGAMOYO ILALA MUNICIPALI TY IRINGA, MTERA, CHAMWINO AND DODOMA

DAR ES SALAAM MWANZA ARUSHA COAST DAR ES SALAAM

201

15.9.2009

10.12.2009

IRINGA-MTERADODOMA

IRINGA

171

17.9.2009

MIC TANZANIA LTD 2.12.09 TIGO

P.O.BOX 2929 DSM

COMMUNICATIO N TOWERS

VINGUNGUTI KOMBO

ILALA

DAR ES SALAAM

42

REG. NO

PRINT DATE 21.8.2009

SIGN DATE

DELIV. DATE

NAME (M/S)

ADDRESS

PROJECT TITLE

AREA

DISTRICT

REGION

167

13.8.2009

21.10.2009

2.12.20 MIC TANZANIA LTD 09 TIGO

INSTALLATION OF P.O.BOX COMMUNICATIO 2929 DAR ES N MASTSID MTR SALAM 037 AND 050

MABATINI AND MTOPWA

MTWARA URBAN AND NEWALA

MTWARA

158

28.8.2009

2.12.20 MIC TANZANIA LTD 09 TIGO

INSTALLATION OF P.O.BOX 2929 DAR ES COMMUNICATIO N TOWERS SALAM

SOKONI ARUSHA (ARU 102) IN SOKONI WARD, KALOENI (ID ARU 097) , SANAWARI CHINI (ARU 098) IN SEKEI WARD, MWANAMA (ARU 101) IN OLOIRIEN WARD AND MAJENGO MBAZINI (ARU 104) IN ELERAI WARD

ARUSHA MUNICIPALI TY

ARUSHA

43

REG. NO

PRINT DATE 7.9.2009

SIGN DATE

DELIV. DATE

NAME (M/S)

ADDRESS

PROJECT TITLE

AREA

DISTRICT

REGION

170

21.8.2009

17.9.2009

2.12.20 MIC TANZANIA LTD 09 TIGO

166

13.8.2009

15.9.2009

2.12.20 MIC TANZANIA LTD 09 TIGO

INSTALLATION OF COMMUNICATIO N MASTS MOR 094, 097, 098, P.O.BOX 2929 DAR ES 099, 100 AND SALAM 102 INSTALLATION OF COMMUNICATIO P.O.BOX 2929 DAR ES N TOWER ID SNG 046 SALAM

KIHONDA MBUYUNI, LUMANGO VILLAGEMIKUMI, NANENANE TUNGI, UJENZI WARD, KIWANJA CHA NDEGE, MZUMBE UNIVERSITY CAMPUS AND MODEKO KIHONDA

KILOSA AND MOROGORO

MOROGOR O

BOMBAMBILI

SONGEA

RUVUMA

156

15.9.2009

2.12.20 MIC TANZANIA LTD 09 TIGO

TIGO MOBILE TELECOMMUNIC ATION INFRASTRUCTUR EAT P.O.BOX 2929 DAR ES MFARANYAKI (ID SNG 047) SALAM

SONGEA MUNINCIPLAITY

SONGEA

RUVUMA

44

REG. NO

PRINT DATE 13.8.2009

SIGN DATE

DELIV. DATE

NAME (M/S)

ADDRESS

PROJECT TITLE

AREA

DISTRICT

REGION

159

13.8.2009

15.9.2009

2.12.20 MIC TANZANIA LTD 09 TIGO

157

23.9.2009

15.9.2009

2.12.20 MIC TANZANIA LTD 09 TIGO

176

23.9.2009

15.9.2009

2.12.20 MIC TANZANIA LTD 09 TIGO

PROPOSED MASTS TNG116B, TNG-119A, TNG-123A, TNG115. TNG-117, TNG-111, TNG101, TNG-114, TNG-118, TNG125, TNG-122(2) P.O.BOX 2929 DAR ES INSTALLATION IN SALAM TANGA REGION INSTALLATION OF COMMUNICATIO P.O.BOX 2929 DAR ES N TOWER ID MSH 088 SALAM INSTALLATION OF P.O.BOX COMMUNICATIO 2929 DAR ES N TOWER ID SALAM MWZ 104

TANGA

TANGA, MUHEZA , LUSHOTO

TANGA

KILOMENI

SAME

KILIMANJAR O

KASAMWA

GEITA

MWANZA

177

21.10.2009

2.12.20 MIC TANZANIA LTD 09 TIGO

INSTALLATION OF COMMUNICATIO N TOQWERS ID P.O.BOX 2929 DAR ES DAR 312B, 315B, SALAM 309 AND 306A

SEGEREA MIGOMBANI, UKONGA MIKOROSHINI, UKONGA MADAFU AND SINZA C

ILALA AND KINONDONI

DAR ES SALAAM

45

REG. NO

PRINT DATE 21.8.2009

SIGN DATE

DELIV. DATE

NAME (M/S)

ADDRESS

PROJECT TITLE

AREA

DISTRICT

REGION

164

21.8.2009

15.9.2009

2.12.20 MIC TANZANIA LTD 09 TIGO

165

6.5.2009

15.9.2009

2.12.20 MIC TANZANIA LTD 09 TIGO

141 196 2.12.2009

5.8.2009

TANZANIA NATIONAL 2.9.200 ROADS AGENCY 9 (TANROADS)

INSTALLATION OF P.O.BOX COMMUNICATIO 2929 DAR ES N TOWER ID SALAM MSM 044 INSTALLATION OF COMMUNICATIO P.O.BOX 2929 DAR ES N TOWER ID IRI 087 SALAM UPGRADING OF KIGOMAKIDAHWEUVINZA-ILUNDE ROAD TO P.O.BOX BITUMEN 11364 DAR STANDARD. ES SALAAM

IKIZU

BUNDA

MARA

MKIMBIZI

IRINGA

IRINGA

KIGOMA ILUNDE

KIGOMA RURAL

KIGOMA

12.12.2009

MIC TANZANIA LTD

P.O.BOX 29292 DAR ES SALAAM

DELOPMENT OF TOWERS

MCHIKICHINI DAR 287A, BOKO DAWASCO DAR 283A, MBEZI GOLDSTAR DAR 287B, MAJI MACHAFU DAR 297A, MBAGALA DAR 302A, AND KILONGAWIMA DAR 304B

TEMEKE AND KINONDONI

DAR ES SALAAM

46

REG. NO

PRINT DATE 24.11.2009

SIGN DATE

DELIV. DATE

NAME (M/S)

ADDRESS

PROJECT TITLE

AREA

DISTRICT BUKOBA MUNICIPALI TY AND MISSENYI

REGION

185

13.11.2009

12.12.2009

ROCKSHIELD QUALITY FOOD PROCESSORS LIMITED

194

24.11.2009

12.12.2009

MIC TANZANIA LTD MIC TANZANIA LTD (TIGO)

187

2.12.2009

28.12.2009

195 181 29.10.2009

12.12.2009

MIC TANZANIA LTD

PROPOSED ABATTOIR AND FOOD P.O.BOX 100 PROCESSING PLANT BUKOBA INSTALLATION OF COMMUNICATIO N TOWER AT P.O.BOX NGUDU/KWIMB 29292 DAR A ID SHY 073 ES SALAAM PROPOSED MASTS DAR 292, P.O.BOX 2929 DAR ES DAR 294, DAR 296, DAR 299 SALAM INSTALLATION OF COMMUNICATIO N TOWER USHIRIKA PRIMARY P.O.BOX SCHOOL ID SHY 29292 DAR 052 ES SALAAM CONSTRUCTION OF WATER PURIFICATION, PACKAGING AND BOTTLE MANUFACTURIN G FACTORY

BUKOBA

KAGERA

NGUDU

KWIMBA ILALA AND KINONDONI

MWANZA DAR ES SALAAM

DAR ES SALAAM

USHIRIKA PRIMARY SCHOOL

SHINYANGA MUNICIPAL COUNCIL

SHINYANGA

2.12.2009

KILIMANJARO NATURAL PRODUCTS LIMITED

P.O.BOX 1421 MOSHI

KIWEWERE KIRUA VUNJO

MOSHI RURAL

KILIMANJAR O

47

REG. NO

PRINT DATE 7.10.2009

SIGN DATE

DELIV. DATE

NAME (M/S)

ADDRESS

PROJECT TITLE

AREA

DISTRICT

REGION

179

13.8.2009

2.12.2009

MIC TANZANIA LTD TANZANIA NATIONAL ROAD AGENCY (TANROADS) NATIONAL ROADS AGENCY (TANROADS NZANIA LTD MIC TANZANIA LIMITED
EXCO OIL LIMITED

161

29.5.2007

28.8.2009

38 184
84

13.11.2009

17.9.2009 30.11.2009

TIGO MOBILE TELECOMUNICAT IONS P.O.BOX 2929 DAR ES INFRACTRUCTUR E SALAAM, UPGRADING OF THE TANGA P.O.BOX HOROHORO 11364 DAR ROAD (65 km) ES SALAAM REHABILITATION P.O.BOX OF KOROGWE11364 DAR MKUMBARAES SALAAM SAME ROAD P.O.BOX 2929 DAR ES MAST SALAM INSTALLATION
P.O.BOX 7424 DAR ES SALAAM LUBRICANT WAREHOUSE MAZOMORA-1 HYDROCARBO N EXPLORATORY DRILLING

SOMBETINI TANGA HOROHORO ROAD KOROGWEMKUMBARASAME SEMTEMA


UBUNGO

ARUSHA

ARUSHA

TANGA

TANGA

KOROGWE IRINGA MUNICIPALI TY


KINONDONI

TANGA IRINGA
DAR ES SALAAM

13.11.2008

15.9.2009

95

23.1.2009 9.2.2009

8.12.2009

EASTBLISSEMENT MAUREL ET PROM

P.O.BOX 80460 DAR ES SALAAM

BETA SUB VILLAGE

MKURANGA

COAST

101

8.12.2009

STATOIL HYDRO TANZANIA AS

P.O.BOX 713 DAR ES SALAAM

JOINT INDUSTRY PROECT METOCEAN STUDY

DEEP SEA

MTWARA URBAN, KILWA, MAFIA

MTWARA, KILWA, COAST

48

REG. NO

PRINT DATE

SIGN DATE

DELIV. DATE

NAME (M/S)

ADDRESS

PROJECT TITLE
CONSTRUCTIO N OF KUNGU BEACH VILLAGE APPARTMENT VILLAS MINI HYDROPOWER GENERATION PLANT SNOW CREST HOTEL AT KWANGULELO IN ARUSHA MUNICIPALITY CONSTRUCTIO N OF NYAMUMA LODGE MULTIPURPOSE LEARNING CENTRE AND WATER PROJECTS

AREA

DISTRICT

REGION

142

22.5.2009

8.12.2009

KUNGU BEACH LIMITED

P.O.BOX 409 DAR ES SALAAM

KUNDUCHI

KINONDONI

DAR ES SALAAM

150

13.7.2009

17.9.2009

KIWANDA FDC. SNOW CREST HOTELS AND WILDLIFE SAFARIS LIMITED KIGOMA HILLTOP HOTEL LTD

P.O.BOX 207 TANGA

MAZIKO MENGI

MUHEZA

TANGA

151

13.7.2009

8.12.2009 15.9.2009

162

13.8.2009

P.O.BOX 341 ARUSHA P.O.BOX 20965 DAR ES SALAAM

KWANGULELO, BARAA WARD SERENGETI NATIONAL PARK (SENAPA)

ARUSHA MUNICIPALI TY

ARUSHA

SERENGETI

MARA

163

21.8.2009

8.12.2009

ANGLICAN CHURCH OF TANZANIA, DIOCESE OF MASASI

PRIVATE BAG, MASASI

MKWAPA AND MASUNGURU VILLAGES

MASASI AND NANYUMBU

MTWARA

172

7.9.2009

17.9.2009

TANROADS

P.O.BOX 11364 DAR ES SALAAM

UPGRADING OF GEITAUSAGARA ROAD; SENGEREMAUSAGARA ROAD SECTION (40KM)

SENGEREMA USAGARA

SENGEREM A

MWANZA

49

REG. NO

PRINT DATE

SIGN DATE

DELIV. DATE

NAME (M/S)

ADDRESS

PROJECT TITLE

AREA
CCM TEMI (ID41260), KKKT SALEI (41442D), ANGLICAN CHURCH (ID 41598)

DISTRICT

REGION

175

15.9.2009

17.9.2009

ZANTEL TELECOM LIMITED MOMELA VIEW CULTURAL TOURISM AND CAMPSITE

P.O.BOX 77052 DAR ES SALAAM P.O.BOX 9133 DAR ES SALAAM P.O.BOX 71035 DAR ES SALAAM

186

24.11.2009

8.12.2009

190

25.11.2009

15.1.2010

DAR VILLAGE LIMITED

191

30.11.2009

6.4.2010

PANAFRICAN ENERGY

P.O.BOX 80139 DAR ES SALAAM P.O.BOX 40652 DAR ES SALAAM

193

2.12.2009

12.12.2009

GLOBAL SALT REFINERY LIMITED

197

2.12.2009 2.12.2009

22.2.2010

MIC TANZANIA LTD

P.O.BOX 29292 DAR ES SALAAM

ZANTEL COMMUNICATI ON TOWERS INSTALLATION MOMELA VIEW CULTURAL TOURISM AND CAMPSITE RETAIL PRECINCT DEVELOPMENT PROJECT THE PROPOSED 2D SEISMIC SURVEY PROJECT CONSTRUCTIO N OF SALT REFINERY PLANT TIGO MOBILE TELECOMMUNI CATION INFRASTRUCTU RE

ARUSHA MUNICIPALI TY

ARUSHA

MIRIRINI VILLAGE

MERU

ARUSHA

MIKOCHENI

KINONDONI

DAR ES SALAAM

SONGOSONGO ISLAND KISEMVULE VILLAGE IN VIKUNDI WARD

KILWA

LINDI

MKURANGA

COAST

BONYOKWA SITE ID DAR 286

KINONDONI MUNICIPALI TY

DAR ES SALAAM

198

22.2.2010

OLDEANI NGORONGORO MOUNTAIN LODGE LTD

P.O.BOX 361 DAR ES SALAAM

CONSTRUCTIO N OF OLDEANI NGORONGORO MOUNTAIN LODGE

CHANGARAWE VILLAGE

KARATU

ARUSHA

50

REG. NO

PRINT DATE

SIGN DATE

DELIV. DATE

NAME (M/S)

ADDRESS

PROJECT TITLE
CONSTRUCTIO N OF LAKE MANYARA KILIMAMOJA LODGE CONSTRUCTIO N OF NGORONGORO LAKE MASAEK LODGE TENTED CAMP AT SEGERA (STC) MKUMBURU CONSTRUCTIO N OF A RESIDENTIAL BUILDING ON PLOT NO. 84/B COMMUNICATI ON TOWERS INSTALLATION AT KIBADA ID 11516, MUHIMBILI NATIONAL HOSPITAL ID 11524, MANZESE KILIMANI ID 11539, MBEZI BEACH ID 11549, AND ZANTEL PARK ID 11015

AREA

DISTRICT

REGION

199

2.12.2009

22.2.2010

LAKE MANYARA KILIMAMOJA LODGE

P.O.BOX 361 DAR ES SALAAM

KILIMAMOJA VILLAGEKARAT U NDUTU, NGORONGORO CONSERVATIO N AREA MKUMBURU HILL IN SEGERA VILLAGE

KARATU

ARUSHA

200

2.12.2009

12.12.2009

NGORONGORO LAKE MASAEK LODGE LTD

P.O.BOX 361 DAR ES SALAAM

NGORONG ORO

ARUSHA

202

10.12.2009

6.1.2010

HIGHWAY MOTEL SEGERA LTD

P.O.BOX 585 TANGA

HANDENI

TANGA

203

11.12.2009 11.12.2009

21.1.2010

IDEAL APPARTMENT LIMITED

P.O.BOX 762 DAR ES SALAAM

MSASANI BEACH

KINONDONI

DAR ES SALAAM

204

22.2.2010

ZANTEL TELECOM LIMITED

P.O.BOX 7705 DAR ES SALAAM

KIBADA, MUHIMBILI NATIONAL HOSPITAL, MANZESE KILIMANI, MBEZI BEACH AND ZANTEL PARK

ILIALA, KINONDONI AND TEMEKE

DAR ES SALAAM

51

REG. NO

PRINT DATE

SIGN DATE

DELIV. DATE

NAME (M/S)

ADDRESS

PROJECT TITLE
TIGO MOBILE TELECOMMUNI CATION INFRASTRUCTU RE TIGO MOBILE TELECOMMUNI CATION INFRASTRUCTU RE TIGO MOBILE TELECOMMUNI CATION INFRASTRUCTU RE AT MAJI COASTBAGAMOYO (SITE ID BGO 059) TIGO MOBILE TELECOMMUNI CATION INFRASTRUCTU RE AT LUBAGA SHINYANGA (SITE ID SHY 054)

AREA

DISTRICT

REGION

205

14.12.2009

22.2.2010

MIC TANZANIA LTD (TIGO)

P.O.BOX 2929 DAR ES SALAM

MISUNA

SINGIDA MUNICIPALI TY

SINGIDA

206

14.12.2009

22.2.2010

MIC TANZANIA LTD (TIGO)

P.O.BOX 2929 DAR ES SALAM

KIBIRIZI HILL (GUNGU).

KIGOMA MUNICIPALI TY

KIGOMA

207

14.12.2009

22.2.2010

MIC TANZANIA LTD (TIGO)

P.O.BOX 2929 DAR ES SALAM

COAST MUNICIPALITY

BAGAMOY O

COAST

208

14.12.2009 21.12.2009

22.2.2010

MIC TANZANIA LTD (TIGO)

P.O.BOX 2929 DAR ES SALAM

SHINYANGA MUNICIPALITY

SHINYANG A

SHINYANG A

209

15.1.2010

DR. FAWZIA ABDALLAH NUR TRADING AS SANTON MEDICAL CARE

P.O.BOX 40121 BAGAMOY O

CONSTRUCTIO N OF A RESIDENTIAL BUILDING ON PLOT NO. 34

MAGAMBANI

BAGAMOY O

COAST

52

REG. NO

PRINT DATE

SIGN DATE

DELIV. DATE

NAME (M/S)

ADDRESS

PROJECT TITLE
NEW BAGAMOYO ROAD (17 KM) WIDENING PROJECT, DAR ES SALAAM REGION TIGO MOBILE TELECOMMUNI CATION INFRASTRUCTU RE AT KIBANGU - NOVO SITE DAR 300 INSTALLATION OF COMMUNICATI ON TOWER ID 093

AREA

DISTRICT

REGION

210

30.12.2009

15.1.2010

TANZANIA NATIONAL ROADS AGENCY (TANROADS)

P.O.BOX 11364 DAR ES SALAAM

MOROCCO TO TEGETA

KINONDONI

DAR ES SALAAM

213

30.12.2009

11.2.2010

MIC TANZANIA LTD (TIGO)

P.O.BOX 2929 DAR ES SALAM

KINONDONI

KINONDONI MUNICIPALI TY

DAR ES SALAAM

214

21.1.2010

11.2.2010

MIC TANZANIA LTD

216

4.2.2010

13.4.2010

MAKAO HOTEL AND TOURS LIMITED

P.O.BOX 29292 DAR ES SALAAM P.O.BOX 139 SHINYANG A

FFU

MOROGOR O

MOROGOR O

218

26.1.2010

25.3.2010 25.3.2010

TANZANIA AIRPORTS AUTHORITY

P.O.BOX 18000 DAR ES SALAAM

PROPOSED MAKAO HOTEL PROPOSED REHABILITATIO N AND UPGRADING OF BUKOBA AIRPORT PROPOSED REHABILITATIO N AND UPGRADING OF TABORA AIRPORT

MAKAO VILLAGE

MEATU

SHINYANG A

KASHAI/MIEMBE NI

BUKOBA MUNIICIPAL ITY

KAGERA

219

26.1.2010

TANZANIA AIRPORTS AUTHORITY

P.O.BOX 18000 DAR ES SALAAM

ITETEMIA

TABORA MUNIICIPAL ITY

TABORA

53

REG. NO

PRINT DATE

SIGN DATE

DELIV. DATE

NAME (M/S)

ADDRESS

PROJECT TITLE
PROPOSED REHABILITATIO N AND UPGRADING OF KIGOMA AIRPORT PROPOSED CONSTRUCTIO N OF A COMMERCIAL BUILDING AND A FILLING STATION. INSTALLATION OF COMMUNICATI ON TOWER ID LIND 015

AREA

DISTRICT

REGION

220

26.1.2010

25.3.2010

TANZANIA AIRPORTS AUTHORITY

P.O.BOX 18000 DAR ES SALAAM

MAJENGO

KIGOMA MUNIICIPAL ITY

KIGOMA

223

15.2.2010

4.5.2010

LAFO COMPANY LIMITED

P.O.BOX 22332 DAR ES SALAAM

SINZA A

KINONDONI MUNICIPALI TY

DAR ES SALAAM

224

19.2.2010

22.2.2010

MIC TANZANIA LTD (TIGO)

P.O.BOX 2929 DAR ES SALAM

MTANDA STREET

LINDI

LINDI

226

19.2.2010

22.2.2010

MIC TANZANIA LTD (TIGO)

P.O.BOX 2929 DAR ES SALAM

INSTALLATION OF COMMUNICATI ON TOWER AT MBEZI GOLD STAR (285), KIGOGO KATI (308), MTONI KINDANDE (313), MKUNGUNI (319), AND MTONI NELUKA (320)

MBEZI, KIGOGO, MTONI AND MKUNGUNI

ILALA, KINONDONI AND TEMEKE

DAR ES SALAAM

54

REG. NO

PRINT DATE

SIGN DATE

DELIV. DATE

NAME (M/S)

ADDRESS

PROJECT TITLE
INSTALLATION OF COMMUNICATI ON TOWERS BGO 019 AND BGO 020 INSTALLATION OF COMMUNICATI ON TOWERS IN KIG 022, KIG 025, KIG 052, KIG 054

AREA
MIKOROSHINI STREET IN CHALINZE TOWN AND MGOMBA KATI STREET IN IKWIRIRI TOWN

DISTRICT

REGION

228

19.2.2010

22.2.2010

MIC TANZANIA LTD (TIGO)

P.O.BOX 2929 DAR ES SALAM

BAGAMOY O

COAST

229

19.2.2010

22.2.2010

MIC TANZANIA LTD (TIGO)

P.O.BOX 2929 DAR ES SALAM

KILIMAHEWA, MURUBONA, UJENZI AND LUBENGELA

KIGOMA

KIGOMA

230

1.3.2010

30.3.2010

VODACOM TANZANIA LTD

P.O.BOX 2369 DAR ES SALAM

PROPOSED INSTALLATION OF THE COMMUNICATI ON TOWER AT KIBAHA MAILI MOJA (46'51.9, 03858'27.3'')

KIBAHA MAILI MOJA

KIBAHA

COAST

55

REG. NO

PRINT DATE

SIGN DATE

DELIV. DATE

NAME (M/S)

ADDRESS

PROJECT TITLE

AREA

DISTRICT
IRINGA MUNICIPAL, IRINGA RURAL, MPWAPWA, DODOMA URBAN, CHAMWINO , BAHI, MANYONI, SINGIDA RURAL, SINGIDA URBAN, IRAMBA, IGUNGA, KISHAPU, SHINYANG A URBAN.

REGION

231

1.3.2010

25.3.2010

TANESCO

P.O.BOX 2369 DAR ES SALAM

400kV POWER TRANSMISSIOM LINE

IRINGA MUNICIPAL, IRINGA RURAL, MPWAPWA, DODOMA URBAN, CHAMWINO, BAHI, MANYONI, SINGIDA RURAL, SINGIDA URBAN, IRAMBA, IGUNGA, KISHAPU, SHINYANGA URBAN.

IRINGA, DODOMA, SINGIDA, TABORA, SHINYANG A

232

1.3.2010

16.4.2010

NGORONGORO CONSERVATION AREA

P.O.BOX 1 NGORONG ORO CRATER

CONCRATE PAVEMENT ON ASCENT & DISCENT CRATER ROADS

NCAA

NGORONG ORO

ARUSHA

56

REG. NO

PRINT DATE

SIGN DATE

DELIV. DATE

NAME (M/S)

ADDRESS

PROJECT TITLE
PROPOSED INSTALLATION OF THE COMMUNICATION TOWERS AT MOROGORO CENTRAL BUILDING (061044.2, 03504429.8), MOROGORO HOTEL (065028.9, 0374042.3) BIGWA (064838.1, 0374320.0), AND MAZIMBU MPYA (064554.6, 0391228.0).

AREA

DISTRICT

REGION

233

4.3.2010 4.3.2010

30.3.2010

VODACOM TANZANIA LTD

P.O.BOX 2369 DAR ES SALAM

MOROGORO MUNICIPALITY

MOROGOR O

MOROGOR O

234

30.3.2010

VODACOM TANZANIA LTD

P.O.BOX 2369 DAR ES SALAM

PROPOSED INSTALLATION OF THE COMMUNICATION TOWERS AT DODOMA 11th ROAD (060859.3, 0354346.7), KIZOTA (060859.3, 0354429.5) ST.JOHN (061146.5, 0354346.7), AND MBWANGA (6.1222, 35.7).

DODOMA MUNICIPALITY

DODOMA MUNICIPALI TY

DODOMA

57

REG. NO

PRINT DATE

SIGN DATE

DELIV. DATE

NAME (M/S)

ADDRESS
P.O.BOX 3162 MWANZA

PROJECT TITLE
GOLD REFINERY PROJECT

AREA
USHIROMBO, NYARUGUSU, RWAMAGASA, NYAKANGWE, ILALA,

DISTRICT

REGION
MWANZA AND SHINYANG A

235

4.3.2010 10.3.2010

6.4.2010

AFRICA PRECIOUS METAL LTD

BUKOMBE AND GEITA

237

30.3.2010

VODACOM TANZANIA LTD

P.O.BOX 2369 DAR ES SALAM

PROPOSED INSTALLATION OF THE COMMUNICATION TOWERS AT KONGOWE 2 (ID 1362), BARAKUDA TABATA (ID 1369), MABIBO (ID 1307), MALANGA STREET (ID 1309), MOMBSA RELINI (ID 1378), MPAKANI (ID 1304), ROZANA (ID 1364), NARUNGO'OMBE (ID 1370), MCHIKICHINI (ID 1174), SEA CLIFF (ID 14100), TANZANIA BREWERIES LIMITED (TBL) (ID 1281), SIEMENS/SIKUKU U-JAMAA (ID 1308) BOKO (ID 1296) & SOKOINE (ID 11039)

KINONDONI AND TEMEKE

DAR ES SALAAM

58

REG. NO

PRINT DATE

SIGN DATE

DELIV. DATE

NAME (M/S)

ADDRESS

PROJECT TITLE
INSTALLATION OF COMMUNICATI ON TOWER AT MAVURUNZA (ID DAR 314) IN DAR ES SALAAM INSTALLATION OF COMMUNICATI ON MAST (ID ARU 100) MAST ID DAR 284 INSTALLATION PROJECT

AREA

DISTRICT

REGION

241

25.3.2010

8.4.2010

MIC TANZANIA LTD (TIGO)

P.O.BOX 2929 DAR ES SALAM

MAVURUNZA

KIONONDO NI

DAR ES SALAAM

242

25.3.2010

8.4.2010

MIC TANZANIA LTD (TIGO)

P.O.BOX 2929 DAR ES SALAM P.O.BOX 2929 DAR ES SALAM

KIKWAKWARU, NJIRO

ARUSHA

ARUSHA

244

25.3.2010

8.4.2010

MIC TANZANIA LTD (TIGO)

245

25.3.2010

8.4.2010

MIC TANZANIA LTD (TIGO)

P.O.BOX 2929 DAR ES SALAM

INSTALLATION OF COMMUNICATI ON TOWER

TEMEKE CCM KIGOGO MBUYUNI DAR 307, YOMBO KIWALANI DAR 316, AND KWAMTOGOLE DAR 293

TEMEKE

DAR ES SALAAM

TEMEKE AND KINONDONI

DAR ES SALAAM

59

CHAPTER 7.0: GENERAL CONDITIONS FOR CERTIFICATES 7(a) GENERAL CONDITIONS FOR EIA CERTIFICATES 1. This Certificate is valid during the whole lifecycle of this specific project unless henceforth revoked or suspended. 2. The Minister shall be notified of any transfer/variation/surrender of this certificate. 3. Observe all relevant national policies and legislation that guide this specific project throughout its life cycle. 4. Ensure safe disposal of all types of wastes (solid or liquid) in specified sites. 5. Ensure environmental sustainability by avoiding any form of pollution by using most viable management techniques. 6. Adhere to the Environmental Management Plan (EMP) and Monitoring plan (MP) and constantly improve and update them by taking into account any new development. 7. Constantly liaise with relevent authorities and consult stakeholders including local communities in case of any new development or changes as regards to implementation of your project plan activities. 8. Adhere to all proposed mitigation measures as specified in the Environmental Management Plan contained in the Environmental Impact Statement. 9. Abide to all national social and environmental safeguard policies and standards and strive to maintain and constantly improve standards. 10. Prepare an Emergency and Contingency plan and put in place risk and safety measures. 11. Conduct periodic Environmental Audits and facilitate monitoring by relevant authorities. 12. Design and implement an internal Environmental and Safety Policy and Awareness Programme. 13. Prepare Annual Environmental Reports and any other reports requested by competent authorities and the Government. 14. Obtain all other relevant permits.

60

7(b) GENERAL CONDITIONS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AUDIT CERTIFICATES 1. To comply with the improvement order by taking remedial action(s) recommended by the Council. 2. To observe all relevant national policies and legislations that guide this project throughout its life cycle. 3. Ensure safe disposal of all types of wastes (solid or liquid) in specified sites. 4. Ensure environmental sustainability by avoiding any form of pollution by using most viable management techniques. 5. Adhere to the Environmental Management Plan (EMP) and Monitoring plan (MP) and constantly improve and update them by taking into account any new development. 6. Constantly liaise with relevent authorities and consult stakeholders including local communities in case of any new development or changes as regards to implementation of your project plan activities. 7. Adhere to all proposed mitigation measures as specified in the Environmental Management Plan contained in the Environmental Audit Report. 8. Abide to all national social and environmental safeguard policies and standards and strive to maintain and constantly improve standards. 9. Prepare an Emergency and Contingency plan and put in place risk and safety measures. 10. Conduct periodic Environmental Audits and facilitate monitoring by relevant authorities. 11. Design and implement an internal Environmental and Safety Policy and Awareness Programme. 12. Prepare Annual Environmental Reports and any other reports requested by competent authorities and the Government. 13. Obtain all other relevant permits.

61

CHAPTER 8.0: SPECIFIC CONDITIONS FOR SOME OF EIA CERTIFICATES ISSUED Table 12. Certi. Issuing Specific Conditions Reg. Year No 4. 2005/6 1. The characteristics of impacts likely to happen during the construction of gas pipeline and power transmission lines should be analysed and actuated after establishing the centerline and finalization of detailed engineering design. The Environmental and social Management Plan (ESMP) should be revisited to accommodate these impacts. 2. The construction contractor should prepare a separate Impact Management Plan to address social and environmental problems likely to emerge during construction activities. The comprehensive Environmental Impact Management and Monitoring Plan prepared by the contarctor should be submitted to NEMC for approval. 3. Prepare a Resettlement Action Plan (RAP) and compensate all properties affected by the proposed development in accordance with legal procedures indicated in the Land Acquistion Act No.47 of 1967, Land Act No. 4 of 1999, a supplemented in the Ministry of Lands and Human Settlement Development. 4. Since the project is partly located in Mnazi Bay Ruvuma Estuary, Marine park should ensure that conditions and regulations described in the General Management Plan of the Marine Park are observed and adhered to. 5. Conduct a Risk Assessment (RA) study leading to formulation of Emergency Preparedness Plan (EPP) to combat any accidental fire outbreak in the Gas Field Facility (GFF); Gas Fired Power Plant (GFPP) at Tanzania Port Authority (TPA) and the gas pipeline route. 1. Ensure to implement the Environmental Management Plan and the Monitoring Plan according to the EIA and Audit Regulation. Engage an Environmental Expert to guide you in implementing the plans and should submit reports to the Council. 2. Ensure compliance with Regulations set by Wildlife Division. 3. Legal requirements of other relevant authorities should be complied with, and necessary permits sought 4. Maintain close cooperation with the Local Government Authorities and consider giving first priority to neighbouring villagers with regard to employment opportunities

5.

2005/6

62

Certi. Reg. No 6.

Issuing Year 2006/7

Specific Conditions 1. Provided Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) to workers and ensure strict compliance with the safety code. 2. Ensure systematic rehabilitation of degraded land during the life of the mine and at the end of the project life. 3. Take measures to ensure that soil and water are not contaminated by spillages resulting from fuel and oil spills or leakages. 4. Measures should be taken to avoid the formation of acid mine draining. 5. Provide alternative access routes fro livestock in all fenced areas. This should be implemented through close consultations with the village leadership. 6. Initiate training and self awareness campaigns for workers and neighboring communities on HIV/AIDS and other Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs). 1. Consider overhead transport of coal from the mine to the processing plant as an alternative to road haulage. 2. Implement mitigation measures in order to avoid pollution of river Songwe and other water bodies in the area. 3. Initiate and facilitate a hydrological study in order to understand the aquifer types and nature of rocks in the area so as to provide information about infiltration, percolation flow direction and potential impacts. 4. The proposed workers township should be surveyed, planned and developed in accordance with the governing lawcap 378 and its associated rules and regulations. 1. The developer must identify proper solid waste disposal site for non decomposable wastes such as tins/cans, metals, wood, plastics, etc that are to be generated throughout project construction and operations. 2. The proponent should consider signing a memorandum of understanding with Saadani Village and obtain Water Use Right from Ministry of Water and Livestock development. 1. Ensure that storm water from the factory is well managed to avoid introduction of pollutants into lake Victoria 2. Ensure that effluent discharge permit and other necessary permits are secured from mandated authorities 3. Ensure that the jetty is constructed of columns instead of reclaiming the lake to avoid silitation and obstruction of movement of crafts along the lake shore. Consult for example Tanzania ports Authorities on the allowed design and construction material 4. Ensure that borrow pits are backfilled abd other impacts associated with excavation activities and haulage of construction are appropriately mitigated.

7.

2006/7

10.

2006/7

11.

2005/6

63

RegNo 12.

Year 2006/7

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Specific Conditions The boundaries of the proposed extension should be made clear to the local people so that they are made aware of possible trespassing. GGM should consider collaborating with the District Council in order to extend the piped water from Nungwe bay to reach Geita Town. GGM should conduct consultative meetings with the vrelevant leaders and neighbors and other stakeholders to ensure peaceful co-existence beforeacquiring more land for mining. GGM should get permits from the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism before clearing any trees in the proposed extension area and the permits to be known to Regional and District Forest Officers. GGM exploration activities will touch Nyamalembo and Katoma areas that had already allocated for Geita Town Planning and Development, therefore GGM should consult Geita District Authorities before remarking of its boundaries. Fire preventation is essential, local authority (District Forest Officer) should be consulted to determine fire risk status and fire bans in the Geita Forest Reserve. Ensure that all equipment are in good working order and operated correctly to minimize fire risks or accidental leakage of oiuls, fuels and drilling fluids.

13.

2006/7

1. Ensure appropriate compensation to all the affected individuals in accordance with the laid down regulations. 2. In case of any further expansion of the project components ensure to comply with EMA (2004) and EIA and Audit Regulations (2005). 3. Ensure implementation of the Environmental and social Management Plan and Monitoring Plan. 1. Prepare a Kiswahili version of the non-technical executive summary and distribute it to all key stakeholders. 2. Since the project uses a state-of-the-art technology, emphasis should be on engineering control and safe working environment. Provision of PPEs and self contained breathing apparatus should only be complementary measures. 3. Priodic consultations with some stakeholders are essential. Involvement of stakeholders such as the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, Tanzania Food and Drugs Authority, and Occupational Safety and Health Authority in monitoring activities is of utmost importance. 4. Pollution of air and water by ethylene oxide and carbon dioxide is of a major concern in this project. The effects of these emissions on the workers health and aquatic life are detrimental and therefore stricter measures to prevent/control this pollution should be taken diligently. 5. Air pollution resulting from odours in the ink formulation and printing sections needs to be adequately controlled as some of them can be toxic

14.

2005/6

64

RegNo 15.

Year 2006/7

1. 2. 3.

16.

2006/7

1. 2. 3.

17.

2006/7

1. 2. 3.

18.

2006/7

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Specific Conditions Ensure that borrow pits are backfilled and other impacts associated with excavation acitities and haulage of marble blocks are appropriately mitigated. Ensure that Environmental Audit is conducted the marble processing factory located at Mbeya City. Constantly consult and involved the local communities during your operations in order to avoid accidents and potential misunderstandings. Ensure that borrow pits are backfilled and toehr impacts associated with excavation activities and haulage of marble blocks are appropriately mitigated. Ensure that Environmental Audit is conducted the marble processing factory located at Mbeya City. Constantly consult and involved the local communities during your operations in order to avoid accidents and potential misunderstandings. Ensure that borrow pits are backfilled and toehr impacts associated with excavation activities and haulage of marble blocks are appropriately mitigated. Ensure that Environmental Audit is conducted the marble processing factory located at Mbeya City. Constantly consult and involved the local communities during your operations in order to avoid accidents and potential misunderstandings. Consult the Department of Antiquities over the classification and use of the existing ruin of Germany sentry in the Bongoyo Island. Reduce the number of the proposed camping huts to less tha 19 to maintain much of the naturalness of the Island. Improve daytime camping than night camping. Extarct information on available birds in Bongoyo Island. Also proper action must be taken to avoid much disturbances on residence bird population in Bongoyo Island. Consult MPRU General Management Plan concerning the Carrying Capacity (what are the operation limitations in the Island) and other pertinent issues of consideration. Conflict of interest over utilization of the island resources among the key stakeholders due to competition and restricted acess to Bongoyo Island should be avoided. The objecti ves of the project must be clearly described to other stakeholders. MPRU must provide guidance as regards to the utilization of the Island resources. Ensure that the project are conserved since they provide a unique habitual for a wide range of animal species. Ensure that the project design is approved by TANAPA /SANAPA. Adhere to the SANAPA General Manager plan. Ensure that borrow pits are backfilled and other impacts associated with excavation activities and haulage of construction materials are appropriately mitigated.

20.

2006/7

1. 2. 3. 4.

65

RegNo 21.

Year 2006/7

1. 2. 3. 4.

Specific Conditions During the construction phase, safety and health hazards to worklers are of major concerns. Appropriate measures should be take Emmissions from raw material storage, grinding and blending and blending, clinker p[roduction, cement production and packaging is a crucial potential impact during the operational phase. Safe working environment should be ensured. The above emissions will also impactupon the communities surrounding the factory. Appropriate technological and other measures should be taken from the initial (design) stages/phases to mitigate against the likely health hazards. Land use conflicts resulting from proximity to inhabited communities should be resolved as soos as possible to ensure that the project implementation process is not hampered.

24.

2006/7

1. Ensure any pits resulting from excavation activities are backfilled. 2. During the construction phase, safety and health hazards to worklers are of major concerns. Appropriate measures should be taken. 3. The road route passes through some areas that are ewndowed with wildlife and livestock.Relevant signage on road sections that the animals frequently cross the road is vital. 4. Waste that is generated especially during the construction phase should be properly managed. Disposal sites should be identified. 5. For purposes of environmeamental sanitation, there should be toilets at all strategic points of the road route. 1. Ensure workers safety by equipping them with all necessary safety gears including helmets, shoes, uniforms and observe occupational health and safety procedures. 2. Adequate compensation should be paid to the affected owners in case there were any damaged properties. 3. Put pipe sleeve after tunneling and align the pipe inside the sleeve underground to a depth of 2 meters. 4. Ensure construction of wastewater drainage to the waste treatment plant. 5. Nsure construction of lined catch water darin around the palnt. 6. Sensitize workers on HIV/AIDS and carry out periodic check-ups. 7. Do not incinerate any waste at the site. 8. Install fire protection anmd fighting system coupled withy training for fire unit personnel. 9. Ensure regular monitoring of all the parameters as indicated in the monitoring plan. The Environmental Officer to supervise this exercise. 10. Ensure implementation of the decommissioning plan at the closure stage of the project

25.

2006/7

66

RegNo 26.

Year 2007

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Specific Conditions There are number of stakeholders in the project area. Consult and liaise with them i.e. Government Bodies, District Authorities, local comm.,unities. Industries and NGOs to ensure that their concerns are well addressed. In case any historical remains are found in the operational area, such area should be marked and avoided to preserve them. Regular monitoring of air pollution from dust and bush burning from seismic operations should be undertaken. Transportation, delivery and storage of chemicals, oils, diesel and explosives should be handled carefully with qualified personnel. Ensure that, all equipment are in proper working conditions to minimize accidental leakage of oils and fire risks. Sensitize the workforce on safety and health issues including HIV/AIDS, environmental and legislative requirements. For all parties where properties might be damaged, a compensation scheme should be prepared and implemented in collaboration with the Government and Local Authorities. Ensure that the source of water supply for the project does not affect that already stressed sources. Ensure to put in place a comprehensive waste management system. Pant trees oin the area as much as possible using indigenous species. Provide protective gears to all the workers and observe occupational health and safety procedures. Sensitize workers on HIV/AIDS and carry out periodic medical check-ups. Ensure that there are separate drainage systems for storm water, plant effluents and sanitary wastewaters. Do not incinerate any waste at the site. Install fire protection and fighting system coupled with training for the workers. Ensure implementation of Environmental Management Plan and the Monitoring Plan. Ensure implementation of the decommissioning plan at the closure stage of the project.

27.

2006/7

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

28.

2006/7

1. Plans to expand the above mentioned project, if any, should be subjected to EIA process as per Environmental Management Act No. 20 of 2004 and EIA and Audit Regulations of 2005. 2. Risk assessment study should be conducted and the Companys fire outbreak preparedness plan developed. 3. A systematic monitoring plan should be prepared to ensure that any possible LPG leakages are detected at very early stage. 4. A contingency plan to combat oil spills and fire outbreaks should be finalized and made operational. 5. Initiatives to make neighbouring communities aware of the project activities should be made. People should be made aware of the dangers of tampering with the pipes and tanks.

67

RegNo 29.

Year 2006/7

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Specific Conditions Earth works should be confined within the project area boundaries. Extension of the project area will require, among other things, a new registration for EIA Appropriate measures should be taken to avoid or minimize risks related to workers safety and health, and accidents. Occupational safety and health requirements should be complied with. Appropriate person protective equipment should be provided; and ensure their use as appropriate, by all workers. Blasting operations should be undertaken in accordance with the laid down regulations. Handling of explosives at the storage site and during transportation should be properly managed. Waste should be managed appropriately and hydrocarbon should be properly handled to avoid leakages or spills. Villagers in the neighbourhood should be made aware of the operations of the project. They should for instance, be cautioned in an event of a blasting action. Proper reinstatement of the quarry site should be undertaken as planned, at the end of the project life.

31.

2006/7

1. Taking into account that the proposed project site is in a World Heritage Site, ensure that the Operational Guidelines of World Heritage Convention are strictly adhered to. 2. Ensure compliance with regulations set by Selous Game Reserve Authorities. 3. Should the developer plan to establish a dump site in Mloka Village, he will have to acquire the site adhering to the laid-down regulations and also to comply with the requirements of Environmental Impact Assessment. 4. The developer should maintain close cooperation with the Local Government Authorities and shall give first priority to neighbouring villages with regard to employment opportunities. 5. Ensure implementation of the Environmental Management Plan and Monitoring Plan according to the EIA and Audit Regulations. 1. The developer should preserve indigenous tree species in the areas which constitute catchment areas. 2. Ensure to adhere to all relevant Regulations of the Forestry Sector. 3. the developer should maintain close cooperation with the Local Government Authorities and should consider giving first priotity to neighbouring villagers with regard to employment opportunities. 4. Ensure compliance with the Environmental Management Plan and the Monitoring Plan according to EIA and Audit Regulations.

32.

2007/8

68

RegNo 33.

Year 2006/7

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Specific Conditions Ensure that the compensation for relocation and resettlement is effected before construction of the mine starts. This should be done in consultation with the Ministry of Energy and Minerals (MEM) as well as Ministry of lands and human Settlements Development. The handling of small scale miners operating in and out the PML should be in accordance with the MEMs legal requirements. Ensure implementation of the Monitoring Plan at all stages of the project. Ensure provision of alternative sources of water as the current water source for the communities will be affected by the project and ensure periodic monitoring of its quality and quantity. The new water sources to be handled over to the community before the project starts. Prepare an Employment Plan and submit it to the Ministry of Labour for approval. A comprehensive Decommissioning Plan should be prepared and submitted to the National Environment Management Council and the Ministry of Energy and Minerals for approval before the actual process starts.

35.

2007/8

1. According to the recent Government directive, ensure that toilet/sanitary facilities are constructed along the road. 2. Full wildlife warning signage should be erected in areas where wildlife is prevalent. 3. During the pre-construction and construction phases, measures for wildlife areas related to signage, speed limits, rare and endangered species, migration patterns, animal behaviour, excessive noise due to blasting, use of machinery and works in dangerous sites should be planned and implemented in consultation with Wildlife Authorities. 4. The location of the borrow pits should be according to the Environmental Code of practice for road design and construction. At the end of the operations, borrow pits and quarry sites should be restored as per Environmental Management Plan. 5. Where possible and appropriate, use the existing borrow pits which should be rehabilitated after the construction phase. 6. Borrow pits and other construction works should not be excavated in the wildlife corridor. 7. Drainage and erosion resulting from road construction activities and thereafter should be properly managed. 8. During the construction phase, safety and health hazards to workers are of major concern. Appropriate measures should be taken in accordance with Occupational Safety and Health regulations. 9. As a result of influx of job seekers and the social interactions between the construction workers and the surrounding communities, HIV/AIDS incidences are likely to increase. There should be awareness programmes in and around the campsites.

69

RegNo 37.

Year 2006/7

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Specific Conditions Additional or improved water supply for the project use should be constructed and built in such a way that the loca population can benefit from it after the construction phase. Implement compensation and resettlement plans according to the procedures set out in the national laws and regulations. Consider best practices to minimize any potential health and safety impacts to workers and the local population in the project. Consider assisting local farmers economically by purchasing local food products and other items where possible. Ensure that all waste generated at construction sites and the camp is handled in an environmentally safe and appropriate manner. Promote community awareness campaigns and maintain the warning signs on transmission line tower. Raise awareness of the villagers on HIV/AIDS and other STDs. Electrical installation should be regularly checked by TANESCO for enhanced safety purpose. Relocation of affected people should, if possible, not be far from the present community in order to maintain current social network relations.

38.

2009/10

1. The location of the borrow pits should be according to the Environment Code of practice for road design and construction. At the end of the operations, borrow pits and quarry sites should be restored as per ESMP. 2. Drainage and erosion resulting from road construction activities and thereafter should be properly managed. 3. During the construction phase, safety and health hazards to workers are of major concerns. Appropriate measures should be taken. 4. As a result of influx of job seekers and the social interaction between the construction workers and the surrounding communities, HIV/AIDS incidences are likely to increase. There should be awareness campaigns in and around the camp sites. 5. Waste that is generated especially during the construction phase should be properly managed. Disposal sites should be clearly identified. 6. Due to solid wastes like used tyres and scrapers and soil contamination resulting from used oils, camps should be cleaned up and rehabilitated during the decommissioning [phase. 7. For purposes of environmental sanitation, there should be toilets at all strategic points of points of the road route.

70

RegNo 39.

Year 2007/8

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Specific Conditions Ensure compensation for relocation is effected prior to construction phase begins. This should be done in consultation with the Ministry of Lands and Human Settlements Development. Consult the Ministry of Water regarding Water Use Permit for abstracting water from Lake Nyasa and Rivers Ketawaka, Mchuchuma and others. If possible the use of Lake Nyasa that has trans-boundary implications could be avoided. The agreements made and demarcated between the project and local communities must be respected. The District Legal officer should assist the District and respective Villages to be affected by the project, in drawing up the legally binding Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in order ensure the Developer fulfills the agreed obligations. Introduce Community Relations Programmes. The project could employ Community Relations Officer to liaise with local people on issues pertaining to environfmental management and socio-economic issues; Keep 60 meters from the riverbanks as stipulated in the Section 57(1) of Environmental Management Acts (2004) and Land Act of 1999 which prohibit human activities in certain areas including riverbanks, water dam, natural lakes or reservoirs. Ensure that the Lake Nyasa, rivers and streams close to the project sites are not polluted in any way by project activities; Ensure that the mining pits or borrow pits are rewstores at least to the original state. Assist TANROADS in road rehabilitation before project implementation in order to accommodate the expected increase in traffic level of heavy trucks and small vehicles between Mchuchuma, Kimelembe and Amani (About 150 kilometers); Prepare an Employment Plan and submit it to the Ministry of Labour and ensure implementation of the Monitoring Plan at all stages of the project; A comprehensive Decommissioning Plan should be prepare and submitted to the National Environment Management Council (NEMC) and Ministry of Energy and Minerals for approval before the actual operation starts. Establish baseline conditions for the both ground and surface water quality and air qualities within the project area.

71

RegNo 40

Year 2008/9

1. 2.

Specific Conditions Observe all relevant mentioned Legislations and Regulations that guide this specific project. The Developer should maintain close cooperation with the Local Government Authorities and shall consider giving first priority to neighbouring villagers with regard to employment opportunities.

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 41. 2007/8

As a result of influx of job seekers and the social interactions between the miners and the surrounding communities, HIV/AIDS incidences are likely to increase. There should be awareness programmes in and around the campsites. Waste that is generated during different phases of the project should be managed. Implement all recommended mitigation measures as specified in the Environmental Management Plan contained in the EIS. Implement the Monitoring Plan as recommended in the EIS Ensure land reclamation and rehabilitation during the decommissioning phase.

1. Should the Jatropha seed processing take place in Kilwa, a separate EIA will be required. 2. Village land use plans may have some influence on the project. Revise the EIS as necessary when the plans are ready and inform NEMC accordingly. 3. Guidelines for biofuel development in Tanzania are being prepared. The EIS might need to be revised to address the requirement s of the guidelines when they become operational. 4. Issues related to land acquisition and compensation should be settled preferably at the planning stage. 5. Legal requirements of other relevant authorities should be complied with and necessary permits sought. 6. Waste that is generated at different stages of the project development should be properly managed.

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RegNo 42.

Year 2008/9

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Specific Conditions Ensure to implement the Environmental Management Plan and Monitoring Plan as indicated in the EIS. Prepare monitoring and audit reports in accordance with the Regulations, and submit to the Council as required. Prepare annual risk assessment and emergency preparedness plans. Ensure that, cyanide content in the tailings is within the threshold limits and that it complies with Tanzanian standards where such standards exist and/or are more stringent (tailings for backfill should have cyanide content not exceeding 0.5 ppm). Ensure that the transportation and handling of cyanide in any form is safe and is at all times in compliance with relevant laws and regulations. Undertake regular awareness programmes on cyanide to the communities around the project area and to those along the transportation route. Engage an environmental expert who should guide on carrying out self-auditing and monitoring of the plants operations and report to the Council and the District Environmental Management Officer.

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1. Ensure that dust generation from the operations is containment, bearing the short distance to the water structures (water dams and fresh water treatment plant) that are dependent by the entire Tanga city residents 2. Ensure that the operations in the area do not have negative implications (i.e erosion and subsequent siltation) to Sigi river. 3. Ensure implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans (EMP&MP) included and specified in the EIS; and an environmental expert is engaged to guide the implementation of both the EMP and MP. 4. Produce monitoring and audit reports in accordance with the law, and submit copies of the same as required by the Environmental Management Act, Cap 191. 5. Ensure appropriate implementation of the decommissioning phase at the closure stage of the project. 1. Ensure that dust emissions are minimized from the new grinding facility to minimize cumulative impacts of the emissions from the existing facilities, as dust pollution (from the existing facilities) concern was pointed out by all consulted stakeholders in the area. 2. Since this is a component of the entire Cement plant/factory, ensure that specific conditions to the whole factory are fulfilled.

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Specific Conditions 3. Ensure that dust emissions are minimized from the new grinding facility to minimize cumulative impacts of the emissions from the existing facilities, as dust pollution (from the existing facilities) concern was pointed out by all consulted stakeholders in the area. 4. Since this is a component of the entire Cement plant/factory, ensure that specific conditions to the whole factory are fulfilled. 1. Ensure implementation of the Environmental Management Plan (EMP) and the Monitoring Plan IMP) as indicated in the EIA Report. Engage and Environmental Expert to guide the project on this. She/he should prepare monitoring and audit reports for submission to the Council and should liaise with the City Environmental Management Officer. 2. Initiate an awareness programme to the neighbouring communities on environmental, safety and health measures in respect of the project activities. 3. Ensure that solid waste and sludge resulting from daily operations are properly handled to avoid unnecessary discharges to the environmental taking into account the marine and terrestrial ecosystems. 4. Ensure routinely check for oil spills, pipe leakages, storage tanks and other process areas using. 5. Prepare Risk Assessment studies and the Contingency Plan annually. 1. Ensure that livestock routes are not blocked and the right of way of the communities is guaranteed. 2. Establish cooperation with other mining projects i.e Kilimanjaro mines, Tanzanite One Mines, and specifically small scale mines to ensure that water sources for Songambele village located at lower elevation is not impacted upon by projects 3. Ensure continues information flow to the communities surrounding the project and District Executive Directors office at Orkosunet about the project activities through provision of non technical summary and annual monitoring reports. 1. Compensation should be settled at planning stage for any properties likely to be affected when entrenching the cable along its route from Msasani Beach manhole(BMH) to Zantel office 2. Ensure to work closely with Marine Park and Fisheries Division during laying the cable in the sea to guarantee the safety of coral reef 3. Legal requirements of other relevant authorities should be complied with and necessary permits sought 4. Waste that is generated at different stages of the project development should be properly managed 5. Ensure to implement the Environmental Management plan(EMP) and the Monitoring Plan according to the EIA and Audit regulations. Engage an Environmental Expert to guide you in implementing the plans and should submit the reports to the Council

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Reg. 51.

Year 2009/10

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

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2007/8

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Specific Conditions Ensure to implement the Environmental Management Plan and the Monitoring Plan according to the EIA and Audit Regulations. Engage an environmental expert to guide you in implementing the plans and should submit reports to the Council. Ensure compliance with Regulations of the Tanzania National parks. The water drilling process should be made prior to consulting relevant Water Authorities particulary Rufiji Water Authority for permit and water use right. Legal requirements of other relevant authorities should be complied with and necessary permits should be sought where required. Maintain close cooperation with the Local Government Authorities and consider giving priority to neighbouring villagers with regard to employment opportunities. Ensure proper management of solid and liquid waste on the project site. Compensation to the affected people should be done as per legal procedures. This should be done in consultation with the Ministry of Lands and Human Settlements Development, Ministry of Energy and Minerals and the relevant local authorities The mining pits and borrow pits should be restored at least to the original state Establish and maintain regular check up of workers health accordance with the Occupational Safety and Health Act No. 5 of 2003. Ensure that infrastructures including roads, culverts and bridges are reinforced and upgraded to an acceptable standard to withstand heavy carriages and trucks Ensure proper management of storm waste to avoid erosion Establish and maintain proper flow of communication between the company, local authorities and local communities to ensure good cooperation.

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2009/10

1. Ensure implementation of the Environmental Management Plan and a Monitoring Plan (EMP & MP) included and specified in the EIS; and that an environmental expert is engaged to guide the implementation of both the EMP and MP. 2. Produce monitoring and audit reports in accordance with the law, and submit copies of the same as required by the Environmental Management Act, Cap 121. 3. Ensure that road use conflicts between the company vehicles and other road users during the operation phase are controlled. 4. Ensure that dust and other gaseous emissions are controlled and kept within allowable limits.

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5. Establish and implement a health and safety program, including periodic medical check-ups. In general, the stipulations of the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA), related to this matter should be adhered to. 6. Conduct awareness programs on HIV/AIDS to the workers and the communities around the project area. 7. Introduce Community Relations Programs in accordance with the requirements of the corporate social responsibility principles. 8. Ensure appropriate implementation of the decommissioning phase at the closure stage of the project.

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2007/8

1. Ensure implementation of the Environmental Management Plan (EMP) and the Monitoring Plan (MP). 2. Engage and Environmental Expert to guide you in implementing the EMP and the MP and she/he should prepare and submit Monitoring/audit reports to the Council and should also liaise with the District Environmental Management Officer. 3. Compensation should be realistic and timely and be effected in accordance with the relevant regulations. 4. Ensure to conduct awareness programmes on HIV/AIDS to the workers and the communities around the project area. 5. Ensure to maintain good cooperation with the neighbouring communities. 6. Ensure appropriate implementation of the decommissioning phase at the closure stage of the project. 1. Ensure implementation of the Environmental Management Plan (EMP) and the Monitoring Plan (MP). 2. Engage an environmental expert to guide the implementation of the EMP and the MP and to submit reports to the Council in accordance with the EIA and Audit Regulations 2005. 3. Tailings Storage Facility (TSF) should be designed in such a way that permeability of water will not occur. 4. Ensure that, livestock routes are not blocked and the right of the way of the communities is guaranteed. 5. Establish cooperation with the communities around the project area and the District Authorities and they should continually be informed about the project activities. 6. In the event that, the company needs to recruit workers, priority should be given to the neighbouring communities. 7. Initiate awareness programmes to the communities regarding crucial aspects of the project i.e. safety and health (HIV/AIDS) and overall environmental management matters.

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2008/9

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Certi. Reg. No 56.

Issuing Year 2007/8

Specific Conditions 1. Ensure to implement the Environmental Management Plan (EMP) and the Monitoring Plan (MP). Engage an environmental expert to guide on this and she/he should submit monitoring and audit reports and report to the Council and to the City Environmental Management Officer. 2. Ensure safe treatment and disposal of all types of wastes (solid/liquid). 3. Ensure that wastewater from the processing plant is treated to the required standards before discharge into Lake Victoria. 4. Comply with occupational health and safety regulations as required by OSHA. 5. Initiate an awareness programme to the neighbouring communities on the project operations and the roles of both parties. 1. Engage an environmental expert to guide on implementation of the Environmental Management Plan and the Monitoring Plan and should prepare monitoring and audit reports and report to the Council and the District Environmental Management Officer. 2. Ensure proper treatment of drilling mud before disposal. 3. Ensure proper handling and treatment of solid wastes, hazardous wastes and sewage at project sites. 4. Ensure proper handling chemicals, fuels and used oil. 5. Only water Based Chemicals must be used and the Council should be informed of any change of drilling chemical for further recommendations. 6. All lined pits for treatment of drilling mud and cuttings as well as water reservoirs must be well restored after completion of drilling operations.

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Certi. Reg. No 58.

Issuing Year 2007/8

Specific Conditions 1. Ensure implementation of the Environmental Management Plan (EMP) and the Monitoring Plan (MP) as indicated in the EIA Report. Engage an environmental expert to guide the project on this. She/he should prepare monitoring and audit reports for submission to the Council and should liaise with the City Environmental Management Offices 2. Initiate an awareness programme to the neighbouring communities on environmental, safety and health measures in respect of the project activities 3. Ensure that solid waste and sludge resulting from daily operations are properly handled to avoid unnecessary discharges to the environment taking into account the marine and terrestrial ecosystems. 4. Ensure routine check for oil spills, pipe leakages, staorage tanks and other processing areas using. 5. Prepare Risk Assessment studies and the Contingency Plan annually.

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2008/9

1. Ensure to adhere to the Environmental Management Plan (EMP) and the Monitoring Plan (MP) and engage an environmental expert to guide you in implementing the EMP and MP and she/he should prepare and submit monitoring/audit reports to the Council and should also liaise with the District Environmental Management Officers in respective Local Government Authorities and facilitate monitoring by relevant authorities. 2. Ensure compensation is made in accordance with the law and any known disputes are cleared out prior to undertaking the development. 1. There should be appropriate strategies for mine waste management to avoid or minimize acid rock drainage. 2. Chemicals like cyanide and explosives should be properly handled 3. Establish good neighbourhood and cooperation with communities around the project area and the District Authorities and they should continually be informed about the project activities 4. Initiate awareness program to the communities regarding crucial aspects of the project e.g. safety and health and the overall environmental management matters. 5. Engage an environmental expert who will guide implementation of the EMP and the MP and writing of reports to the Council in accordance with the EIA and Audit Regulations of 2005. 6. Compensation should be realistic and timely and should be effected in accordance with the relevant regulations. 7. Ensure appropriate implementation of the decommissioning plan at the closure stage of the project.

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2008/9

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Certi. Reg. No 62.

Issuing Year 2007/8

Specific Conditions 1. Engage an environmental expert for guidance on implementation of the Environmental Management Plan (EMP), especially during the construction phase. The expert will also assist in the implementation of the Environmental Monitoring Plan (MP) and, adherence to general and specific conditions attached with the EIA Certificate. 2. Compensation of property throughout the transmission line route should be effected timely and in accordance with the laid down regulations. The people to be compensated should be made aware of the criteria applied to determine the compensation rates. 3. An awareness programme on health and safety matters should be carried out to the communities along the transmission line route. In this regard ensure, compliance with the Occupational Safety and Health Act (2003). 4. Legal requirements by other Authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance should be complied with. Requirements by relevant Ministries, Municipal and City Authorities should be observed. In particular, the Ministry of Lands, Housing and Human Settlements Development should be consulted on the issue of resettlement. 1. Ensure the implementation of the Environmental Management Plan (EMP) throughout project life cycle. 2. All solid wastes generated from the estate and its associated infrastructures have to be categorized into different types at the source, then collected and hauled to the dumpsite as recommended by Kinondoni Municipal Council. 3. The generated liquid wastes which are generated from the Housing Estate and its associated infrastructures should very well handled. Leave the routes for communities and fishermen to access the beach areas. 4. Ensure that all surface runoff during the rainy season is drained out of the area.

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2008/9

64.

2008/9

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

During the construction phase, wildlife should not be injured or harassed; Project activities should not initiate soil erosion along the project route; All types of waste should be properly managed; Construction work should be undertaken during day time only; Noise should be kept at minimum levels possible; During construction, there must be adequate protection of project employees from wildlife;

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Certi. Reg. No 65.

Issuing Year 2008/9

Specific Conditions 1. Ensure implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans (EMP&MP) included and specified in the EIS;and that an environmental expert is engaged to guide the implementation of both the EMP and MP. 2. Cary out annual Risk Assessment. 3. Ensure that road use conflicts between the company and other road users during the operation phase are resolved 4. Ensure that dust and other gaseous emissions are controlled and kept within allowable limits. 5. Establish and implement a health and safety program, including periodic medical check-ups. Industrial hygiene measures should be taken. Requirements of the Occupation Safety and Health Act (OSHA), on this matter should be fulfilled. 6. Conduct awareness programs on HIV/AIDS to the workers and communities around the project area. 7. Introduce Community Relations Programs in accordance with the requirements of the corporate social responsibility principles. 8. Ensure appropriate implementation of the decommissioning phase at the closure stage of the project 1. Ensure to adhere to the Environmental Management Plan(EMP) and the Monitoring Plan (MP) 2. Engage an Environmental expert to guide you in implementing the Environmental Management Plan and the Monitoring Plan and she/he should prepare and submit Monitoring/Audit reports to the Council and should also liaise with Tanga City Councils Environmental Management Officer and facilitate monitoring by relevant authorities 3. Ensure to have a common understanding of the use of Manzara quarry pit which was used by contractors during construction of the factory and now is partly used for paddy farming 4. Ensure aspects of health and safety of the communities around the project are addressed in the design of the power plant 5. Emergency preparedness and response plan should be in place and annually updated 6. Awareness program on HIV/AIDS, should be regular to educate the society on how they can protect themselves, especially the truck drivers, workers and Pongwe communities 7. Ensure use of the locally available raw materials such as coal for power production, as a matter of priority

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2008/9

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Certi. Reg. No 67.

Issuing Year 2008/9

Specific Conditions 1. Adhere to the Environmental Management Plan {EMP} and the Monitoring Plan {MP} 2. Engage an Environmental expert to guide you in implementing the Environmental Management Plan and the Monitoring Plan and she/he should prepare and submit Monitoring/Audit reports to the Council and ensure liaison with the District Environmental Management Officer 3. Ensure that road use conflict between the company vehicles and other road users, during the operation phase is controlled. 4. Ensure that dust and other air emissions are controlled. 5. Establish and implement workers medical check up program. 6. Introduce Community Relations Programs and Implement Corporate Social Responsibility Principles. 1. Ensure to implement the Environmental Management Plan and the Monitoring plan according tp the EIA and Audit Regulations. Engage an Environmental Expert to guide you in implementing the plans and should submit reports to the Council. 2. Ensure compliance with Fisheries Regulations (2005) 3. Legal requirements of other relevant authorities should be compiled with and necessary permits sought. 4. Maintain close cooperation with the Local Government Authorities and consider giving first priority to neighbouring villagers with regard to employment opportunities.

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2008/9

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2008/9

1. Ensure compliance with Regulations set by Tanzania National Parks 2. Ensure to implement the Environment Management Plan according to EIA and Audit Regulations. Engage an Environment Expert to guide you in implementing the plans and should submit report to the Council. 3. In case of plans to establish a land fill in any nearby village, all regulations of acquiring the site and also requirements of Environment Impact Assessment shall have to be complied. 4. Maintain close cooperation with the local Government authorities and consider giving first priority to neighbouring villagers with regard to employment opportunities. 5. Legal requirement of other relevant authorities should be compiled with and necessary permits sought.

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Certi. Reg. No 70.

Issuing Year 2008/9

Specific Conditions 1. Ensure implementation of the Environmental Management Plan (EMP) and the Monitoring Plan (MP) as indicated in the EIA Report. Engage an Environmental Expert to guide the project on this. She/he should prepare monitoring and audit reports for submission to the Council and should liaise with the District Environmental Management Officer 2. Initiate an awareness programme to the neighbouring communities on environmental, safety and health measures in respect of the projects activities 3. Consider to assist Ulanga District, particularly Mavimba Village to sustainably manage the nearby natural forest including village forests 4. Harvesting of any natural forest in the area should be in consultation with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism 5. Since the development is in Kilombero Valley, sewage and waste waters from the saw-mill should be managed appropriately 6. Consider promotion initiatives to the communities, for instance encouraging teak outgrowers and provision of market for them

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2008/9

7. Prepare Risk Assessment studies and Contingency Plan and update annually 1. Ensure implementation of the Environmental Management Plan (EMP) and the Monitoring Plan (MP) as indicated in the EIA Report. Engage an Environmental Expert to guide the project on this. She/he should prepare monitoring and audit reports for submission to the Council and should liaise with the District Environmental Management Officer 2. Ensure awareness creation to the local residents neighbouring the project is done on safety and emergence response. 3. Ensure all workers are provided with and wear personal protective gears all the time in the production line 4. Ensure liquid wastes are contained within the plot and treated before release to the environment 5. Prepare Risk Assessment and contingence plan for the project, and update annually.

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Certi. Reg. No 72.

Issuing Year

Specific Conditions 1. Ensure implementation the Environment Management Plan (EMP) and Monitoring Plan (MP) as indicated in the

2008/9

EIA report. Engage an Environmental Expert to guide the project in implementing the plans. The expert should prepare monitoring and audit reports for submission to the Council and should keep liaison with the Municipal Environment Management Officer. 2. Initiate an awareness programme to the neighbouring communities on environmental, safety and health measures in respect of the project activities 3. Ensure that solid waste and sludge resulting from daily operations are properly handled to avoid unnecessary discharge into environment taking into account the marine and terrestrial ecosystems 4. Ensure routine check for oil spills, pipe leakages, storage tanks and other process areas 5. Prepare Risk Assessment studies and the Contingency Plan annually

73.

2008/9

1. Ensure implementation the Environment Management Plan (EMP) and the Monitoring Plan (MP) as indicated in the EIA report. Engage an Environmental Expert to guide the project on this. She/he should prepare monitoring and audit reports for submission to the Council and should in that respect liaise with the Municipal Environment Management Office 2. Ensure the establishment of the mechanism of monitoring soils, surface and groundwater right from the onsetof the plant to ascertain the efficacy of the waste treatment methods and thus to avoid undue environmental pollution. 3. Ensure containment of the dust generation from the operations considering the fact that the plant is close to the Kingolwira township centre.

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Certi. Reg. No 74.

Issuing Year 2008/9

Specific Conditions 1. Ensure to institute proper waste management in the area to ensure proper waste treatment and/or disposal within or outside the NCA 2. Ensure to use alternative water source other than Esirwa stream(Loolchuta River) as indicated in the EIS so as to avoid conflicts with local communities that depend on it 3. Ensure that Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance, are complied with 4. Engage an Environmental Expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management Plan and Monitoring plan. She/he should prepare monitoring reports for submission to the Council and should liaise NCAA and Ngorongoro District Environment Management Officer. 1. Implementation the Environment Management Plan (EMP) and Monitoring Plan (MP) as indicated in the EIA report. Engage an Environmental Expert to guide the project in implementing the plans. The expert should prepare monitoring and audit reports for submission to the Council and should keep liaison with the Municipal Environment Management Officer. 2. Prepare Risk Assessment and Contingency plan for the project, and up-date annually. 3. Ensure awareness creation to the local residents neighbouring the project is done on safety and emergence response. 4. Requirements of other authorities with relevance to the operations of this project should as will be observed.

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2008/9

76.

2008/9

1.

2. 3. 4.

Ensure implementation of the Environmental Management Plan (EMP) and the Environmental Monitoring Plan (MP) as indicated in the EIA report. Engage an environmental expert for guidance on implementation of the EMP and especially during the construction and operation phases. The expert will also assist in the implementation of the Environmental Monitoring Plan and adherence to general and specific conditions attached with the EIA certificate. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance should be complied with. Requirements by relevant Ministries and other authorities should be observed. Solid and liquid wastes generated during all phases commencing from mobilisation, construction, operation and decommissioning should be managed in an environmental friendly manner. The migratory routes and seasonal streams should not be blocked.

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Certi. Reg. No 77.

Issuing Year 2008/9

Specific Conditions 1. Ensure to implement the Environment Management Plan (EMP) and Monitoring Plan (MP) according to the EIA and Audit Regulations. Engage an Environmental Expert to guide you in implementing the plans and should submit reports to the Council. 2. Ensure compliance with Regulations set by Ministry of Energy and Minerals and other relevant legislations. 3. Legal requirements of other relevant authorities should be complied with and necessary permits sought. 4. Maintain close cooperation with the Local Government Authorities and consider giving first priority to neighbouring villagers with regard to employment opportunities 5. Initiate an awareness programme on the pros and cons of the undertaking to the communities around the project area 6. Ensure payment of realistic compensation to the people who will be reallocated.

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2008/9

1. Ensure compliance with Regulations set by Tanzania National Parks. 2. Legal requirements of other relevant authorities should be complied with and necessary permits sought. 3. Ensure to implement the Environmental Management Plan and the Monitoring Plan according to the EIA and Audit Regulations, 2005, and engage an Environmental Expert to guide you in implementing the plans and should submit reports to the Council and other institutions as the law describes. 4. Ensure that for plans to establish a land fill in any nearby village, all regulations of acquiring the site and also requirements of Environmental Impact Assessment shall have to be complied with. 5. Ensure close cooperation is maintained with the Local Government Authorities and consider giving first priority to neighbouring villagers with regard to employment opportunities

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RegNo 79.

Year 2008/9

Specific Conditions 1. Ensure implementation the Environment Management Plan (EMP) and Monitoring Plan (MP) as indicated in the EIA report. 2. Engage an Environmental Expert to guide the implementation of Environmental Management Plan EMP and Monitoring Plan. She/he should prepare monitoring reports for submission to the Council and should liaise with Basin Water Officer and Lindi District Environment Management Officer. 3. Ensure proper handling and treatment of drilling mud, solid waste, hazardous wastes and sewage. 4. Only water based chemicals have to be used, NEMC should be informed of any change of drilling chemical for further recommendations. 5. All lined pits for treatment of drilling mud and and cuttings must be well restored after completion of drilling operations. 6. Ensure proper and timely compensation arrangement to the affected persons 7. Ensure safety and good health to workers and other people are maintained throughout the project life span

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1. Ensure compliance with Regulations set by the Authority of Selous Game Reserve. 2. Legal requirements of other relevant authorities should be complied with and necessary permits sought. 3. Ensure to implement the Environmental Management Plan and the Monitoring Plan according to the EIA and Audit Regulations. Engage an Environmental Expert to guide you in implementing the plans and should submit reports to the Council. 4. Since the lodge is located on a fragile environment i.e in sloping landscape on the Rufiji river bank, ensure protection of vegetation at site. 5. Ensure proper management of both liquid and solid wastes throughout project life. 8. Maintain close cooperation with the Local Government Authorities and consider giving first priority to neighbouring villagers with regard to employment opportunities.

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RegNo 83.

Year 2008/9

Specific Conditions 1. Implement the Environmental Management Plan and the Monitoring Plan according to the EIA and Audit Regulations 2005 and submit annually, the environmental monitoring report to NEMC. 2. There should be regular training on health and safety to workers and ensure that they use protective gears. 3. Petroleum products should be handled with care as they are highly flammable. 4. Emergence Response Plan should always be in place, updated annually and workers should be made aware. 5. Appropriate treatment of all liquid wastes (i.e., domestic, laboratory) and solid waste should be done before disposal.

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2008/9

1. Implement the Environmental Management Plan and the Monitoring Plan according to the EIA and Audit Regulations, 2005, and engage an Environmental Expert to guide you in implementing the plans. Environmental reports should be prepared and submitted to the Council and other institutions as the law describes. 2. Legal requirements of other relevant authorities should be complied with and necessary permits sought. 3. As much as possible, consider giving first priority to neighbouring villagers with regard to employment opportunities. 4. Ensure proper management of both liquid and solid wastes throughout the project life. 5. Plant indigenous trees to surround the proposed site in order to buffer against wind and dust and for the provision of shade. 1. Implement the Environmental Management Plan and the Monitoring Plan according to the EIA and Audit Regulations, 2005, and engage an Environmental Expert to guide you in implementing the plans. The expert should prepare environmental reports for submission to the Council and other institutions as the law describes. 2. Legal requirements of other relevant authorities should be complied with and necessary permits sought. 3. Ensure proper management of both liquid and solid wastes throughout the project life. 4. Plant indigenous trees to surround the proposed Secondary School in order to buffer against wind and dust and for the provision of shade.

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2008/9

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RegNo 89.

Year 2008/9

Specific Conditions 1. Engage an environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management Plan (EMP) and Monitoring Plan, preparation of monitoring and audit reports and submission of the same to NEMC and Bagamoyo District Council. 2. Ensure close collaboration with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism (Wildlife Division) in managing the wildlife and wetlands in the area. 3. Ensure to maintain distance of not less than 60 meters from the bank of the River as required by section 57 (1) of Environmental Management Act, Cap 191. 4. Ensure that arrangement for Outgrowers Scheme is developed collaboratively with the Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation, Bagamoyo District Council and local communities 5. Adhere to the biofuel production guidelines

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2008/9

1.

Liaise with the Wildlife Management Area (WMA) - Authority of Ikona to ensure that the minimum distance from the hunting block is maintained.

2. The General Management Plan (GMP) of the WMA of Ikona, should be complied with. 3. Ensure that the solid wastes generated are disposed off at the designated area. 4. Ensure that all other relevant legal requirements applicable to the project are fulfilled. 5. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management Plan and Monitoring Plan. She/he should prepare monitoring reports for submission to the Council and should liaise with WMA and Serengeti District Environment Management Officer.

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RegNo 92.

Year 2008/9

Specific Conditions 1. Ensure compliance with Regulations and other requirements set by Serengeti National Park. 2. Implement the Environmental Management Plan and the Monitoring Plan according to the EIA and Audit Regulations. Engage an Environmental Expert who will guide you in implementing the plans and writing reports for submission to the Council. 3. In case of plans to establish a land fill in any nearby village, all regulations of acquiring the site and also requirements of Environmental Impact Assessment shall have to be complied with. 4. Maintain close cooperation with the Local Government Authorities and consider giving first priority to neighbouring villagers with regard to employment opportunities. 5. Legal requirements of other relevant authorities should be complied with and necessary permits sought where necessary.

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2008/9

1. Implement the Environmental Management Plan and the Monitoring Plan according to the EIA and Audit Regulations, 2005, and engage an Environmental Expert to guide you in implementing the plans. Environmental reports should be prepared and submitted to the Council and to the District Environmental Management Officer. 2. Legal requirements of other relevant authorities should be complied with and necessary permits sought. 3. Maintain cooperation with the Local Government Authorities and consider giving first priority to neighbouring villagers with regard to employment opportunities. 4. Ensure proper management of both liquid and solid wastes throughout the project life. 5. In case there are plans to construct a land-fill the Council should be notified for purposes of environmental assessment. There should also be a Memorandum of Understanding between your Company and the Village in which the landfill will be constructed.

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RegNo 94.

Year 2008/9

Specific Conditions 1. Compensation should be settled at planning stage for any properties likely to be affected. 2. Legal requirements of other relevant authorities should be complied with and necessary permits sought. 3. Ensure to work closely with Forestry and Beekeeping Division during vegetation clearing for agriculture and in identification of tree species to be preserved and protected. 4. Ensure to implement the Environmental Management Plan and the Monitoring Plan according to the EIA and Audit Regulations. Engage an Environmental Expert to guide you in implementing the plans and should submit reports to the Council.

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2008/9

1. Implementation the Environmental Management Plan (EMP) and Monitoring Plan (MP) as indicated in the EIS. Engage an Environmental Expert to guide on this. She/he should prepare monitoring and audit reports for submission to the Council and should liaise with the Kinondoni Municipal Environmental Management Officer. 2. Emissions should be restricted to prescribed standards, and ensure that neither offensive nor harmful emissions from the plant reach nearby residents. 3. Employ Environmental friendly technology that includes the waste removers auto mechanism so as to avoid improper industrial waste disposal during the production of pharmaceutical drugs. 4. Waste water should be properly treated based on the composition of chemicals of the waste water, to render it harmless prior to final disposal. 5. Solid waste of all types should be properly handled and those which require the treatment before disposal should be treated. 6. Safety and health of workers should be ensured as per legal requirements. 7. Legal requirements of other relevant authorities and particularly the Tanzania Foods and Drugs Authority should be observed.

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RegNo 97.

Year 2008/9

1.

Specific Conditions Implement the Environmental Management Plan and the Monitoring Plan according to the EIA and Audit Regulations, 2005, and engage an Environmental Expert to guide you in implementing the plans. Environmental reports should be prepared and submitted to the Council and other institutions as the law describes.

2. Legal requirements of other relevant authorities should be complied with and necessary permits sought. 3. You are advised to maintain good cooperation with the Local Government Authorities and to consider giving first priority to neighbouring villagers with regard to employment opportunities. 4. Ensure proper management of both liquid and solid wastes throughout the project life. 5. Plant indigenous trees to surround the proposed site in order to buffer against wind and dust and for the provision of shade. 6. Ensure that for plans to establish a land fill in a village, all regulations of acquiring the site as well as requirements of Environmental Impact Assessment are complied with. 99. 2008/9 1. Implement the Environmental Management Plan and the Monitoring Plan according to the EIA and Audit Regulations of 2005. Engage an Environmental Expert to guide you in implementing the plans and should submit reports to the Council as required by law. 2. Ensure compliance with Regulations set by Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority. 3. Consulting relevant Water Authorities to get permit and water use right. 4. Legal requirements of other relevant authorities should be complied with and necessary permits sought. 100. 2008/9 1 Implement the Environmental Management Plan and the Monitoring Plan according to the EIA and Audit Regulations, 2005 and submit reports to the Council and other institutions as the law prescribes. Engage an Environmental Expert to guide you in implementing the plans. Due to the sensitive nature of the marine area, all types of wastes should be properly contained and managed to prevent pollution of the coastal environment

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RegNo 102.

Year 2008/9

Specific Conditions 1. Adhere to and implement the Environmental Management Plan (EMP) and Monitoring Plan (MP) as required. It would be useful to engage an environmental expert to guide you on the implementation of the plans. 2. Ensure safe treatment and disposal of solid and liquid waste. 3. Abide by food hygiene standards as elaborated in the Fisheries Act and subsequent Regulations. 4. Conduct periodic Environmental Audits and facilitate monitoring by relevant authorities. 5. Ensure that the project ownership and management is made known to the community. 6. Legal, procedural and administrative requirements of other authorities having relevance to this project should as well be fulfilled.

103.

2008/9

1. Adhere to and implement the Environmental Management Plan (EMP) and Monitoring Plan (MP) as required. It would be useful to engage an environmental expert to guide you on the implementation of the plans. 2. Ensure safe treatment and disposal of solid and liquid waste. 3. Abide by food hygiene standards as elaborated in the Fisheries Act and subsequent Regulations. 4. Conduct periodic Environmental Audits and facilitate monitoring by relevant authorities. 5. Ensure that the project ownership and management is made known to the community. 6. Legal, procedural and administrative requirements of other authorities having relevance to this project should as well be fulfilled.

92

RegNo 104.

Year 2008/9

Specific Conditions 1. Ensure implementation of the Environment Management Plan (EMP) and Monitoring Plan (MP) as indicated in the EIA report. Engage an environmental expert to guide implementation of the plans. Monitoring reports should be prepared and submitted as required by law. 2 Introduce Community Relations Programs and Implement Corporate Social Responsibility requirements.

3.Wastewater should be well treated before being discharged to the surrounding areas. 4.Occupational Health and safety issues should be keenly observed in the course of development starting from construction, installation of machines and operational phases. 5. Legal, procedural and administrative requirements of other relevant authorities should also be complied with.

105

2008/9

1. Implement the Environmental Management Plan and the Monitoring Plan according to the EIA and Audit Regulations, 2005, 2. Ensure the people who will be vacated from the project area compensated in accordance with existing laws. 3. All mitigation measures should be taken during the construction and operational phases of the project. 4. Ensure that, legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance are complied with. 6. Engage an environmental expert to guide the implementation of Environmental Management Plan and Monitoring Plan. She/he should prepare monitoring reports for submission to the Council and should liaise with Tarime District Environment Management Officer

93

Certi. Reg. No 106.

Issuing Year 2008/9

Specific Conditions

1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of Environmental Management Plan and Monitoring Plan. She/he should prepare monitoring reports for submission to the Council and should liaise with Bagamoyo District Environment Management Officer. 2. Each individual project should be accommodated by the EPZ park register to the Council to ensure environmental compliance of their undertaking before commencement. 3. The DAWASA pipeline that passes between the site should be protected from any physical damage. 4. Waste water should be properly managed to ensure that the operation of the EPZ park safeguard the integrity of the nearby Mkuza stream that is also used by the communities around. 5. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance should be complied with.

107.

2008/9

1. Ensure that the remaining mangrove forest which is adjacent to the project area should be left intact. Liaise with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism who are the managing authority of the mangroves for guidance. 2. All types of wastes should be properly contained and managed. 3. Waste water should not be let to flow into the sea untreated. 4. Consult the Ministry of Water and Irrigation on issues of boreholes.

5. Engage an expert who will assist you to ensure all impacts indicated in the EMP and MP are mitigated accordingly. 6. Legal requirements of other relevant authorities should be complied with.

94

Certi. Reg. No 109.

Issuing Year 2008/9

Specific Conditions 1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of Environmental Management Plan and Monitoring Plan. 2. Ensure the mitigation measures are implemented accordingly as stated in the project brief 3. Establish and implement the batteries disposal plan to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. 4. Provide Personal Protective Equipments (PPE) to the workers during construction and installation of the tower. 5. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance should be complied with. 6. Contact the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work described in the Project Brief. 7. Ensure relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 are accordingly made.

110.

2008/9

1. Implement the Environmental Management Plan and the Monitoring Plan according to the EIA and Audit Regulations, 2005, and engage an Environmental Expert to guide you in implementing the plans and writing reports for submission to the Council and other institutions as the law describes. 2. Legal requirements of other relevant authorities should be complied with and necessary permits sought. 3. Maintain close cooperation with the Local Government Authorities and consider giving first priority to neighbouring villagers with regard to employment opportunities. 4. Ensure proper handling and treatment of solid wastes, hazardous waste and sewage. 5. Chemicals, fuels and used oils, should be handled properly. 6. Put in place and update annually an emergency Preparedness and Contingency Plan for the entire mining operations

95

Certi. Reg. No 112

Issuing Year 2008/9

Specific Conditions 1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 2. Implement the mitigation measures as stated in the project brief. 3. Maintain liaison with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authorities (District/Municipal Councils) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. 4. Establish and implement the batteries disposal plan to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. 5. Ensure that Personal Protective Equipments (PPE) are provided to the workers during construction and installation of the towers and that they are used. 6. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance should be complied with. 7. Consult with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work described in the Project Brief. 8. Ensure relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 are accordingly made.

96

RegNo 113

Year 2008/9

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Specific Conditions Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. Implement the mitigation measures as stated in the project brief. Maintain liaison with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authorities (District/Municipal Councils) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. Establish and implement the batteries disposal plan to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. Ensure that Personal Protective Equipments (PPE) are provided to the workers during construction and installation of the towers and that they are used. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance should be complied with. Consult with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work described in the Project Brief. Ensure relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 are accordingly made.

114

2008/9

1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 2. Implement the mitigation measures as stated in the project brief. 3. Maintain liaison with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authorities (District/Municipal Councils) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. 4. Establish and implement the batteries disposal plan to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. 5. Ensure that Personal Protective Equipments (PPE) are provided to the workers during construction and installation of the towers and that they are used. 6. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance should be complied with. 7. Consult with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work described in the Project Brief. 8. Ensure relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 are accordingly made.

97

RegNo 115

Year 2008/9

Specific Conditions 1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 2. Implement the mitigation measures as stated in the project brief. 3. Maintain liaison with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authorities (District/Municipal Councils) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. 4. Establish and implement the batteries disposal plan to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. 5. Ensure that Personal Protective Equipments (PPE) are provided to the workers during construction and installation of the towers and that they are used. 6. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance should be complied with. 7. Consult with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work described in the Project Brief. 8. Ensure relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 are accordingly made. 1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 2. Implement the mitigation measures as stated in the project brief. 3. Maintain liaison with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authorities (District/Municipal Councils) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. 4. Establish and implement the batteries disposal plan to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. 5. Ensure that Personal Protective Equipments (PPE) are provided to the workers during construction and installation of the towers and that they are used. 6. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance should be complied with. 7. Consult with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work described in the Project Brief. 8. Ensure relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 are accordingly made.

116.

2008/9

98

RegNo 117.

Year 2008/9

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Specific Conditions Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. Implement the mitigation measures as stated in the project brief. Maintain liaison with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authorities (District/Municipal Councils) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. Establish and implement the batteries disposal plan to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. Ensure that Personal Protective Equipments (PPE) are provided to the workers during construction and installation of the towers and that they are used. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance should be complied with. Consult with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work described in the Project Brief. Ensure relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 are accordingly made.

118.

2008/9

1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 2. Implement the mitigation measures as stated in the project brief. 3. Maintain liaison with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authorities (District/Municipal Councils) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. 4. Establish and implement the batteries disposal plan to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. 5. Ensure that Personal Protective Equipments (PPE) are provided to the workers during construction and installation of the towers and that they are used. 6. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance should be complied with. 7. Consult with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work described in the Project Brief. 8. Ensure relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 are accordingly made.

99

RegNo 119.

Year 2008/9

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Specific Conditions Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. Implement the mitigation measures as stated in the project brief. Maintain liaison with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authorities (District/Municipal Councils) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. Establish and implement the batteries disposal plan to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. Ensure that Personal Protective Equipments (PPE) are provided to the workers during construction and installation of the towers and that they are used. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance should be complied with. Consult with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work described in the Project Brief. Ensure relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 are accordingly made.

120.

2008/9

1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 2. Implement the mitigation measures as stated in the project brief. 3. Maintain liaison with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authorities (District/Municipal Councils) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. 4. Establish and implement the batteries disposal plan to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. 5. Ensure that Personal Protective Equipments (PPE) are provided to the workers during construction and installation of the towers and that they are used. 6. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance should be complied with. 7. Consult with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work described in the Project Brief. 8. Ensure relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 are accordingly made.

100

RegNo 121.

Year 2008/9

1. 2. 3. 4.

Specific Conditions Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. Implement the mitigation measures as stated in the project brief. Maintain liaison with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authorities (District/Municipal Councils) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. Establish and implement the batteries disposal plan to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries.

5. Ensure that Personal Protective Equipments (PPE) are provided to the workers during construction and installation of the towers and that they are used. 6. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance should be complied with. 7. Consult with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work described in the Project Brief. 8. Ensure relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 are accordingly made. 122. 2008/9 1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 2. Implement the mitigation measures as stated in the project brief. 3. Maintain liaison with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authorities (District/Municipal Councils) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. 4. Establish and implement the batteries disposal plan to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. 5. Ensure that Personal Protective Equipments (PPE) are provided to the workers during construction and installation of the towers and that they are used. 6. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance should be complied with. 7. Consult with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work described in the Project Brief. 8. Ensure relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 are accordingly made.

101

RegNo 123

Year 2008/9

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Specific Conditions Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. Implement the mitigation measures as stated in the project brief. Maintain liaison with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authorities (District/Municipal Councils) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. Establish and implement the batteries disposal plan to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. Ensure that Personal Protective Equipments (PPE) are provided to the workers during construction and installation of the towers and that they are used. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance should be complied with. Consult with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work described in the Project Brief. Ensure relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 are accordingly made.

124

2008/9

1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 2. Implement the mitigation measures as stated in the project brief. 3. Maintain liaison with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authorities (District/Municipal Councils) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. 4. Establish and implement the batteries disposal plan to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. 5. Ensure that Personal Protective Equipments (PPE) are provided to the workers during construction and installation of the towers and that they are used. 6. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance should be complied with. 7. Consult with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work described in the Project Brief. 8. Ensure relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 are accordingly made.

102

RegNo 125

Year 2008/9

1. 2. 3. 4.

Specific Conditions Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. Implement the mitigation measures as stated in the project brief. Maintain liaison with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authorities (District/Municipal Councils) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. Establish and implement the batteries disposal plan to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries.

126

2008/9

5. Ensure that Personal Protective Equipments (PPE) are provided to the workers during construction and installation of the towers and that they are used. 6. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance should be complied with. 7. Consult with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work described in the Project Brief. 8. Ensure relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 are accordingly made. 9. 1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 2. Implement the mitigation measures as stated in the project brief. 3. Maintain liaison with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authorities (District/Municipal Councils) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. 4. Establish and implement the batteries disposal plan to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. 5. Ensure that Personal Protective Equipments (PPE) are provided to the workers during construction and installation of the towers and that they are used. 6. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance should be complied with. 7. Consult with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work described in the Project Brief. 8. Ensure relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 are accordingly made.

103

RegNo 127

Year 2008/9

Specific Conditions 1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 2. Implement the mitigation measures as stated in the project brief. 3. Maintain liaison with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authorities (District/Municipal Councils) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. 4. Establish and implement the batteries disposal plan to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. 5. Ensure that Personal Protective Equipments (PPE) are provided to the workers during construction and installation of the towers and that they are used. 6. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance should be complied with. 7. Consult with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work described in the Project Brief. 8. Ensure relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 are accordingly made.

128.

2008/9

1. Engage an Environmental Expert and a saw doctor to guide the project implementation and preparation or update of Risk Assessment studies, monitoring Plan and audit reports for submission to the Council as required. 2. Initiate an awareness programme to the neighboring communities on environmental, safety and health measures in respect of the project activities. 3. Spot planting method is ideal to such soils with susceptibility to erosion. In case mechanised land preparation is necessary strip plough wing should be used. 4. Since Kilolo is a catchment area for Kihansi and other rivers which flow in very delicate ecosystem such as Kihansi ecosystem, chemical weeding must be avoided or must be very selectively and only done after consultations with all relevant authorities.

104

RegNo 130.

Year 2008/9

Specific Conditions 1. Engage an Environment expert to guide the implementation of the Environment Management and Monitoring Plans. 2. Ensure the mitigation measures are implemented accordingly as indicated in the preliminary Environmental Assessment report. 3. Maintain good cooperation with the Udzungwa Mountains National Park especially during construction phase for safety of the workers within the park area. 4. Trenches formed during lying on the pipes should be backfilled immediately to avoid accidents of wild animals within the park area. 5. As much as practicable, utilize the existing distribution network line from the water scheme. 6. Legal requirements by the other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance should be complied with. 7. Consult with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work of the project.

132.

2008/9

1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 2. Implement the mitigation measures accordingly as indicated in the Preliminary Environmental Assessment report. 3. Liquid and solid waste should be property management. 4. Ensure constant monitoring of the wastewater quality from the treatment plant in order to avoid excess nutrient to the soil. 5. Obtain the water user right from the respective water basin office of the area (i.e. Pangani Water Basin Office) for abstracting water from Ruvu River and drilling the boreholes. 6. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance should be complied with. 7. Consult with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work described in the Project Brief.

105

RegNo 133.

Year 2009/10

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Specific Conditions Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. Mitigation measures should be implemented accordingly as stated in the project brief. Liaise with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authorities (Municipal Council) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. Batteries disposal plan should be established and implement it to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. Personal Protective Equipments (PPE) should be provided to the workers during construction, installation and operation of the towers and ensure that they are efficiently and effectively. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance must be complied with. Consultation with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work that was described in the Project Brief. Relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 should be made accordingly.

134.

2008/9

1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 2. Mitigation measures should be implemented accordingly as stated in the project brief. 3. Liaise with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authority (Municipal Councils) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. 4. Batteries disposal plan should be established and implemented to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. 5. Ensure that Personal Protective Equipments (PPE) are provided to the workers during construction, installation and operation of the towers and that they are used. 6. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance must be complied with. 7. Ensure that consultation is made with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work as compared to that described in the Project Brief. 8. Relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 should be made accordingly.

106

RegNo 135.

Year 2008/9

Specific Conditions 1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 2. Mitigation measures should be implemented accordingly as stated in the project brief. 3. Liaise with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authority (Municipal Council) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. 4. Batteries disposal plan should be established and implemented to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. 5. Ensure that Personal Protective Equipments (PPE) are provided to the workers during construction, installation and operation of the towers and that they are used and access is restricted to roof top mounted masts and needed emergence plans are in place 6. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance must be complied with. 7. Ensure that consultation is made with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work as compared to that described in the Project Brief. 8. Relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 should be made accordingly.

136.

2008/9

1. Implementation the Environmental Management Plan and the Monitoring Plan. Engage an Environmental Expert to guide on this and report to NCAA, District Environmental Management Officer of Ngorongoro District and to the Council. 2. Use alternative water source other than Munge stream in order to avoid conflicts with local communities and other stakeholders downstream that depend on it throughout the year. 3. Institute appropriate waste management for the project. 4. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance should be complied with. 5. Ensure that consultation is made with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work that is described in the Environmental Impact Statement.

107

RegNo 137.

Year 2008/9

Specific Conditions 1. Implement an Environmental Management Plan as suggested in the EIS. Engage an environmental expert for guidance on implementation of the EMP. 2. All solid waste generated from the estate must be sorted, collected and hauled to the designated dumpsite for disposal. 3. Waste water generated from the housing estate should be collected and treated before disposal. 4. Ensure that during construction, all construction wastes are collected and dumped in an environmental friendly manner. 5. During construction phase, all workers at the site must observe Occupational, Health and Safety regulations. 6. Legal requirements of other relevant authorities must be complied with.

138.

2008/9

139.

2008/9

1. Observe all relevant mentioned Legislations and Regulations that guide this specific project. 2. As a result of influx of job seekers and the social interactions between the miners and the surrounding communities, HIV/AIDS incidences are likely to increase. There should be awareness programmes in and around the campsites. 3. Waste that is generated during different phases of the project should be managed. 4. Implement all recommended mitigation measures as specified in the Environmental Management Plan contained in the EIS. 5. Implement the Monitoring Plan as recommended in the EIS 1. Engage an Environmental Expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plan 2. Mitigation measures should be implemented accordingly 3. Liaise with Ilala Municipal Environmental Management Officer during the implementation of the project 4. Ensure that Personal Protective Equipments (PPE) are provided to the workers during construction and operation of the hangar 5. Ensure that legal requirements by other authorities to which operations of this project have relevance are complied with. 6. Consultation should be made with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work described in the project brief.

108

140.

Certi. Reg. 2008/9

Issuing Year 1. Implement the mitigation measures accordingly as indicated in the Project brief. 2. Provide appropriate personal protective gears to workers to safeguard their health from technical substances/materials and noise from the facility operations. 3. Effluents should be managed properly to avoid overflow in the project vicinity. 4. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance must be complied with. 5. Make consultations with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work described in the Project Brief.

141.

2009/10

1. Implement the Environment Management Plan and the Monitoring Plan according to the Audit Regulations. Engage an Environment Expert to guide you in implementing the plans and other authorities as required by the Environment Management Act Cap 191. 2. In case there are plans to have a borrow pit in any nearby village, all regulations of acquiring the site and also requirement of Environment Impact Assessment should be complied with. 3. Maintain close cooperation with the Local Government Authorities and consider giving priority to neighbouring villagers with regard to employment opportunity. 4. Legal requirements of other relevant authorities should be complied with and necessary permits sought. 5. Ensure that all wastes should be properly managed during all phases of the project, commencing from mobilization, construction, operation and decommissioning phases.

109

Certi. Reg. 143.

Issuing Year 2008/9

Specific Conditions 1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plan. 2. Mitigation measures should be implemented accordingly as stated in the project brief. 3. Liaise with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authorities (Municipal Councils) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. 4. Batteries disposal plan should be established and implemented to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. 5. Personal Protective Equipments (PPE) should be provided to the workers during construction, installation and operation of the towers and ensure that they are used 6. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance must be complied with. 7. Consultation with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work to that described in the Project Brief. 8. Relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 should be made accordingly. 1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 2. Mitigation measures should be implemented accordingly as stated in the project brief. 3. Liaise with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authority (Municipal Council) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. 4. Batteries disposal plan should be established and implemented to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. 5. Ensure that Personal Protective Equipments (PPE) is provided to the workers during construction, installation and operation of the towers and that they are used effectively and efficiently. 6. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance must be complied with. 7. Ensure that consultation is made with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work as compared to that described in the Project Brief. 8. Relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 should be made accordingly.

144.

2008/9

110

Certi. Reg. 145.

Issuing Year 2008/9

Specific Conditions 1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 2. Mitigation measures should be implemented accordingly as stated in the project brief. 3. Liaise with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authorities (Municipal Council) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. 4. Batteries disposal plan should be established and implement it to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. 5. Personal Protective Equipments (PPE) should be provided to the workers during construction, installation and operation of the towers and ensure that they are efficiently and effectively. 6. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance must be complied with. 7. Consultation with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work that described in the Project Brief. 8. Relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 should be made accordingly. 1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of Environmental Management Plan and Monitoring Plan. 2. The expert should prepare monitoring reports for submission to the Council and other authorities as required by the Environmental Management Act Cap 191. 3. Liaise with other stakeholders (i.e. Dar es Salaam City Council and Ilala Municipality) on issues under their jurisdictions. 4. Institute proper waste water management system to safeguard the integrity of the Jangwani area and the Msimbazi creek. 5. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance should be complied with.

146.

2008/9

111

Certi. Reg. 147.

Issuing Year 2009/10

Specific Conditions 1. Engage an Environmental expert who will guide in the implementation of Environmental Management Plan as well as the Environmental Monitoring Plan as required. 2. Ensure safe treatment and disposal of solid and liquid waste. 3. Conduct periodic Environmental Audits and facilitate monitoring by relevant authorities. 4. Ensure that screening of workforce Blood Lead Levels is done at an interval of at least 6 months. 5. Ensure that education and training is given to workers about facilities and protective equipments. 6. Regular monitoring procedures including in-plant/perimeter environmental monitoring of Air Lead Levels should be established and implemented. 7. Proper Personal protective equipments should be provided to workers and ensure its effective use. 1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 2. Mitigation measures should be implemented accordingly as stated in the project brief. 3. Liaise with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authority (District/Municipal Councils) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. 4. Batteries disposal plan should be established and implemented to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. 5. Ensure that Personal Protective Gears (PPE) are provided to the workers during construction and installation of the towers and that they are used. 6. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance must be complied with. 7. Ensure that consultation is made with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work as compared to that description in the Project Brief. 8. Relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 should be made accordingly.

148.

2009/10

112

Certi. Reg. 154.

Issuing Year 2009/10

Specific Conditions 1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 2. Mitigation measures should be implemented accordingly as stated in the project brief. 3. Liaise with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authorities (Municipal Council) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. 4. Batteries disposal plan should be established and implement it to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. 5. Personal Protective Equipments (PPE) should be provided to the workers during construction, installation and operation of the towers and ensure that they are efficiently and effectively. 6. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance must be complied with. 7. Consultation with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work that was described in the Project Brief. 8. Relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 should be made accordingly. 1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 2. Mitigation measures should be implemented accordingly as stated in the project brief. 3. Liaise with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authorities (Municipal Council) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. 4. Batteries disposal plan should be established and implement it to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. 5. Personal Protective Equipments (PPE) should be provided to the workers during construction, installation and operation of the towers and ensure that they are efficiently and effectively. 6. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance must be complied with. 7. Consultation with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work that was described in the Project Brief. 8. Relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 should be made accordingly.

156.

2009/10

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Certi. Reg. 157.

Issuing Year 2009/10

Specific Conditions 1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 2. Mitigation measures should be implemented accordingly as stated in the project brief. 3. Liaise with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authorities (Municipal Council) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. 4. Batteries disposal plan should be established and implement it to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. 5. Personal Protective Equipments (PPE) should be provided to the workers during construction, installation and operation of the towers and ensure that they are efficiently and effectively. 6. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance must be complied with. 7. Consultation with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work that was described in the Project Brief. 8. Relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 should be made accordingly 1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 2. Mitigation measures should be implemented accordingly as stated in the project brief. 3. Liaise with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authorities (Municipal Council) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. 4. Batteries disposal plan should be established and implement it to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. 5. Personal Protective Equipments (PPE) should be provided to the workers during construction, installation and operation of the towers and ensure that they are efficiently and effectively. 6. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance must be complied with. 7. Consultation with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work that was described in the Project Brief. 8. Relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 should be made accordingly.

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2009/10

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Certi. Reg. 159.

Issuing Year 2009/10

Specific Conditions 9. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 10. Mitigation measures should be implemented accordingly as stated in the project brief. 11. Liaise with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authorities (Municipal Council) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. 12. Batteries disposal plan should be established and implement it to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. 13. Personal Protective Equipments (PPE) should be provided to the workers during construction, installation and operation of the towers and ensure that they are efficiently and effectively. 14. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance must be complied with. 15. Consultation with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work that was described in the Project Brief. 16. Relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 should be made accordingly. 1. Implement an Environmental Management Plan as suggested in the PEA. 2. Ensure that during construction, all construction wastes are collected and dumped in an environmental friendly manner. 3. During construction phase, all workers at the site must observe Occupations Health and Safety regulations. 4. Ensure that poisonous snakes do not escape from their shelters and go to the immediate neighbourhood to cause any harm. . 5. Observe occupation, health and safety for your workers.

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2009/10

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Certi. Reg. 161.

Issuing Year 2009/10

Specific Conditions 1. Ensure Implementation of the Environmental Management Plan and the Monitoring Plan according to the EIA and Audit Regulations. Engage an Environmental Expert to guide you in implementing the plans and to prepare and submit reports to the Council. 2. In case of plans to establish a borrow pit in any nearby village, all regulations of acquiring the site and also requirements of Environmental Impact Assessment shall have to be complied with. 3. Ensure close cooperation with the Local Government Authorities is maintained, whilst considering giving first priority to neighbouring villagers with regard to employment opportunities. 4. Ensure Legal requirements of other relevant authorities are complied with and necessary permits sought. 5. Ensure that all wastes are properly managed during all phases of the project, commencing from mobilization, construction, operation and decommissioning phases. 6. Ensure all borrow pits and quarry sites are reinstated and proper landscaping done after completion of the road construction. 7. For purpose of environmental sanitation there should be toilets at all strategic points of the road route. 1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 2. Mitigation measures should be implemented accordingly as stated in the project brief. 3. Liaise with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authorities (Municipal Council) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. 4. Batteries disposal plan should be established and implement it to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. 5. Personal Protective Equipments (PPE) should be provided to the workers during construction, installation and operation of the towers and ensure that they are efficiently and effectively. 6. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance must be complied with. 7. Consultation with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work that was described in the Project Brief. 8. Relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 should be made accordingly.

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Certi. Reg. 165.

Issuing Year 2009/10

Specific Conditions 1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 2. Mitigation measures should be implemented accordingly as stated in the project brief. 3. Liaise with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authorities (Municipal Council) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. 4. Batteries disposal plan should be established and implement it to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. 5. Personal Protective Equipments (PPE) should be provided to the workers during construction, installation and operation of the towers and ensure that they are efficiently and effectively. 6. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance must be complied with. 7. Consultation with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work that was described in the Project Brief. 8. Relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 should be made accordingly.

166.

2009/10

1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 2. Mitigation measures should be implemented accordingly as stated in the project brief. 3. Liaise with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authorities (Municipal Council) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. 4. Batteries disposal plan should be established and implement it to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. 5. Personal Protective Equipments (PPE) should be provided to the workers during construction, installation and operation of the towers and ensure that they are efficiently and effectively. 6. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance must be complied with. 7. Consultation with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work that was described in the Project Brief. 8. Relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 should be made accordingly.

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Certi. Reg. 167.

Issuing Year 2009/10

Specific Conditions 1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 2. Ensure the mitigation measures are implemented accordingly as stated in the project brief. 3. Ensure liaison is maintained with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authority (District/Municipal Councils) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. 4. Ensure that the oil spills and batteries disposal plan is established and implemented to avoid haphazard disposal of oil spills and the used batteries. 5. Ensure that Personal Protective Gears (PPE) is provided to the workers during construction and installation of the towers and that they are used. 6. Ensure that, legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance are complied with. 7. Ensure that consultation is made with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work as compared to that description in the Project Brief. 8. Ensure relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 are accordingly made. 1. Ensure implementation of the Environment Management Plan (EMP) and the Monitoring Plan (MP) as indicated in the EIA Report. Engage an Environment Expert to guide the project on this. The expert should prepare monitoring and audit reports for submission to the Council and should liaise with the Mufindi and Kilombero District Environment Management Officers. 2. The 200 meters buffer around the pond reservoir must be conserved to avoid situation of the system that may be cause fragile soil in the project area.

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2009/10

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Certi. Reg. 170.

Issuing Year 2009/10

Specific Conditions 1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 2. Ensure the mitigation measures are implemented accordingly as stated in the project brief. 3. Ensure liaison is maintained with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authority (District/Municipal Councils) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. 4. Ensure that the batteries disposal plan is established and implemented to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. 5. Ensure that Personal Protective Gears (PPE) are provided to the workers during construction and installation of the towers and that they are used. 6. Ensure that, legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance are complied with. 7. Ensure that consultation is made with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work as compared to that description in the Project Brief. 8. Ensure relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and c charges) Regulations, 2008 are accordingly made. 1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 2. Ensure the mitigation measures are implemented accordingly as stated in the project brief. 3. Ensure liaison is maintained with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authority (District/Municipal Councils) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. 4. Ensure that the batteries disposal plan is established and implemented to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. 5. Ensure that Personal Protective Gears (PPE) are provided to the workers during construction and installation of the towers and that they are used. 6. Ensure that, legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance are complied with. 7. Ensure that consultation is made with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work as compared to that description in the Project Brief. 8. Ensure relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 are accordingly made

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Certi. Reg. 174.

Issuing Year 2009/10

Specific Conditions 1. Implement the Environmental Management Plan and the Monitoring Plan according to the EIA and Audit Regulations, 2005 and engage an Environment Expert to guide you in implementing the plans and submit report to the Council and other Institutions as the law directs 2. 3. 4. 5. Legal requirements of other relevant authorities should be complied with and necessary permits sought. Ensure close cooperation is maintained with the Local Government Authorities. Ensure proper handling and treatment of both solid and liquid wastes to avoid pollution. Ensure an Emergency Preparedness and Contingency Plan is put in place for security purposes. Plans. 2. The mitigation measures must be implemented accordingly as stated in the project brief. 3. Liaison with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authority (District/Municipal Councils) should be maintained in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. 4. The disposal plan of the batteries has to be established and implemented to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. 5. Personal Protective Equipments (PPE) should be provided to the workers during construction and installation of the towers and that they are used. 6. Compliance to legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance should be adhered. 7. In case of any changes in the scope of work as compared to that description in the Project Brief, consultation with the Council should be sought for further guidance. 8. Relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 should be accordingly made.

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2009/10

1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring

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Certi. Reg. 177.

Issuing Year 2009/10

Specific Conditions 1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 2. The mitigation measures must be implemented accordingly as stated in the project brief. 3. Liaison with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authority (District/Municipal Councils) should be maintained in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. 4. The disposal plan of the batteries has to be established and implemented to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. 5. Personal Protective Equipments (PPE) should be provided to the workers during construction and installation of the towers and that they are used. 6. Compliance to legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance should be adhered. 7. In case of any changes in the scope of work as compared to that description in the Project Brief, consultation with the Council should be sought for further guidance. 8. Relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 should be accordingly made.

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Certi. Reg. 178.

Issuing Year 2009/10

Specific Conditions 1. Implement the Environmental and Social Management Plan and the Environmental Monitoring Plan according to the EIA and Audit Regulations of 2005. Engage an environmental expert to guide the project in implementing the ESMP and the EMP and the preparation or update of monitoring and audit reports for submission to the Council and other authorities as required by law.In addition to observing the conditions associated with the permit issued under the environmental law, legal requirements of other authorities that have relevance to the operations of this project, especially NCAA, must be complied with. 2. Since the proposed site is in the World Heritage Site, ensure that Operational Guidelines of World Heritage Convention are strictly adhered to. 3. Maintain close cooperation with the Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority (NCAA) and Ngorongoro Pastoralist Council (NPC). 4. Ensure proper management of both solid and liquid waste generated by this project.

179.

2009/10

1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 2. Ensure the mitigation measures are implemented accordingly as stated in the project brief. 3. Ensure liaison is maintained with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authority (District/Municipal Councils) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. 4. Ensure that the batteries disposal plan is established and implemented to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. 5. Ensure that Personal Protective Gears (PPE) are provided to the workers during construction and installation of the towers and that they are used. 6. Ensure that, legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance are complied with. 7. Ensure that consultation is made with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work as compared to that description in the Project Brief. 8. Ensure relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 are accordingly made.

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Certi. Reg. 180.

Issuing Year 2009/10

Specific Conditions 1. Ensure to implement the Environmental Management Plan and the Monitoring Plan according to the EIA and Audit Regulations. Engage an Environmental Expert to guide you in implementing the plans and should submit reports to the Council. 2. Legal requirements of other relevant authorities should be complied with and necessary permits sought. 3. Maintain close cooperation with the Local Government Authorities and consider giving first priority to neighbouring villagers with regard to employment opportunities. 4. Ensure proper management of wastes generated by some of the project activities e.g. boiler blows out throughout the project life. 5. Ensure that you have adequately and reliable source of feed stocks to run the CHP throughout the project life.

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2009/10

1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 2. Ensure the mitigation measures are implemented accordingly as stated in the Preliminary Environmental Assessment (PEA). 3. Ensure liaison is maintained with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authority (District/Municipal Councils) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. 4. Ensure that, legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance are complied with.

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Certi. Reg. 182.

Issuing Year 2009/10

Specific Conditions 1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 2. Implement the mitigation measures are implemented accordingly as stated in the PEA 3. Maintain liaison is maintained with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authorities (District/Municipal Councils) in the course of implementation and operation of the project. 4. An oil spills disposal plan should be established and implemented to avoid haphazard disposal of oil spills. 5. Provide Personal Protective Gears (PPE) are provided to the workers during Mineral exploration. 6. Ensure that, legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance are complied with. 7. Consult with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work described in the PEA. Implement the Environmental and Social Management Plan and the Environmental Monitoring Plan according to the EIA and Audit Regulations of 2005. Engage an environmental expert to guide the project in implementing the ESMP and the EMP and the preparation or update of monitoring and audit reports for submission to the Council and other authorities as required by law. In addition to observing the conditions associated with the permit issued under the environmental law, also abide to legal requirements of other authorities that have relevance to the operations of this project, especially Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority (NCAA) and Ngorongoro Pastoralist Council (NPC). Since the proposed site is in the World Heritage Site, ensure that Operational Guidelines of World Heritage Convention are strictly adhered to. Since the area is at the ridge of Lake Eyasi, therefore, ensure proper management of both solid and liquid waste generated not to pollute the lake ecosystem.

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Certi. Reg. 184.

Issuing Year 2009/10

Specific Conditions 1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 2. Ensure the mitigation measures are implemented accordingly as stated in the project brief. 3. Ensure liaison is maintained with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authority (District/Municipal Councils) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. 4. Ensure that the batteries disposal plan is established and implemented to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. 5. Ensure that Personal Protective Gears (PPE) are provided to the workers during construction and installation of the towers and that they are used. 6. Ensure that, legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance are complied with. 7. Ensure that consultation is made with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work as compared to that description in the Project Brief. 8. Ensure relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 are accordingly made

185.

2009/10

1. Implement the Environmental Management Plan (EMP) and Monitoring Plan (MP) as required and engage an Environmental expert who will guide in the implementation of Environmental Management Plan as well as the Environmental Monitoring Plan 2. Ensure safe treatment and disposal of solid and liquid waste 3. Conduct periodic Environmental Audits and facilitate monitoring by relevant authorities 4. Introduce Community Relations Programs and Implement Corporate Social Responsibility Principles. 5. Ensure that Wastewater is well treated before being discharged to the allocated media. 6. Ensure requirements for Occupational Health and safety are keenly observed in the course of project implementation from construction, machines installation and operation.

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Certi. Reg. 194

Issuing Year 2009/10

Specific Conditions 9. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 10. Ensure the mitigation measures are implemented accordingly as stated in the project brief. 11. Ensure liaison is maintained with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authority (District/Municipal Councils) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. 12. Ensure that the batteries disposal plan is established and implemented to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. 13. Ensure that Personal Protective Gears (PPE) are provided to the workers during construction and installation of the towers and that they are used. 14. Ensure that, legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance are complied with 15. Ensure that consultation is made with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work as compared to that description in the Project Brief. 16. Ensure relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 are accordingly made.

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Certi. Reg. 195

Issuing Year 2009/10

Specific Conditions 17. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 18. Ensure the mitigation measures are implemented accordingly as stated in the project brief. 19. Ensure liaison is maintained with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authority (District/Municipal Councils) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. 20. Ensure that the batteries disposal plan is established and implemented to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. 21. Ensure that Personal Protective Gears (PPE) are provided to the workers during construction and installation of the towers and that they are used. 22. Ensure that, legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance are complied with 23. Ensure that consultation is made with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work as compared to that description in the Project Brief. 24. Ensure relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 are accordingly made.

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Certi. Reg. 196

Issuing Year 2009/10

Specific Conditions 1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 2. Ensure the mitigation measures are implemented accordingly as stated in the project brief. 3. Ensure liaison is maintained with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authority (District/Municipal Councils) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. 4. Ensure that the batteries disposal plan is established and implemented to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. 5. Ensure that Personal Protective Gears (PPE) is provided to the workers during construction and installation of the towers and that they are used. 6. Ensure that, legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance are complied with. 7. Ensure that consultation is made with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work as compared to that description in the Project Brief. 8. Ensure relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 are accordingly made. 1. Implement the Environmental Management Plan and the Environmental Monitoring Plan according to the EIA and Audit Regulations, 2005. Engage an Environmental Expert to guide you in implementing the plans and the expert should submit relevant reports to the Council. 2. Borrow pits and quarry sites should be properly managed to minimise environmental degradation. 3. Legal requirements of other relevant authorities should be complied with and necessary permits sought. 4. Ensure that all wastes are properly managed during all phases of the project, commencing from mobilization, construction and operation. 5. To safeguard the Mtera dam, all road users must observe the carrying capacity of the Mtera damming wall. 6. Greater part of the project sites has soils vulnerable to erosion; therefore side water drains must be constructed in such a way that it will not accelerate soil erosion.

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213 2009/10

1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 2. The mitigation measures should be implemented accordingly as stated in the project brief. 3. Liaise with the Environmental Management Officer of the Local Government Authority in which the project will be implemented. 4. The batteries disposal plan should be established and implemented to avoid haphazard disposal of the used batteries. 5. Provide Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to the workers during construction and installation of the towers and ensure that they are used. 6. Ensure that legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance are complied with. 7. Consult with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work described in the Project Brief. Relevant fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 should be paid as required 1. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans. 2. Ensure the mitigation measures are implemented accordingly as stated in the project brief. 3. Liaise with the Environmental Management Officers of the respective Local Government Authority (District/Municipal Councils) in the course of implementation and operation of the projects. 4. Batteries disposal plan should be established and implemented to avoid haphazard disposal of used batteries. 5. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) should be provided to the workers during construction and installation of the towers and ensure that they are used. 6. Legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance should be complied with. 7. Ensure that consultation is made with the Council for further guidance should there be changes in the scope of work described in the Project Brief. 8. Relevant payments including fees and charges prescribed under the Environmental Management (Fees and charges) Regulations, 2008 should be made as required.

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Certi. Reg. 216

Issuing Year 2009/10

Specific Conditions 1. Implement the Environmental Management Plan and the Environmental Monitoring Plan according to the EIA and Audit Regulations, 2005. Engage an Environmental Expert to guide you in implementing the plans and the expert should submit relevant reports to the Council. 2. Legal requirements of other relevant authorities should be complied with and necessary permits sought, and obtained before the commencement of the project. 3. Ensure that all wastes are properly managed during all phases of the project. Avoid contamination of soil and water by chemicals. 4. Ensure provision and proper use of Personal Protective Equipments (PPEs) 5. Ensure the waste water from plant operations are treated accordingly by the stated treatment plant before final discharge. 6. Ensure to consult TFDA, Government Chemist, and NEMC when destructing rejected raw materials and finished products.

218 2009/10

1. Ensure implementation of the Environmental Management Plan and the Monitoring Plan according to the EIA and Audit Regulations. Engage an Environmental expert to guide the implementation of the plans and should submit reports to the Council. 2. Ensure liaison is maintained with the Environmental Management Officer of the respective Local Government Authority (Municipal Council) in the course of implementation and operation of the project. 3. Ensure liaison is maintained with the local communities surrounding the project area with respect to the implementation and operation of the project. 4. Ensure that Personal Protective Gears (PPE) are provided and appropriately used by the workers during construction and operation of the project. 5. Ensure that legal requirements by other authorities to which the operations of this project have relevance are complied with. 6. All compensation and relocation aspects related to the project should be finalized before commencement of the project. Ensure all precautions are taken in relation to any blasting operations as the law requires.

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Certi. Reg. 219

Issuing Year 2009/10

Specific Conditions 1. Ensure to implement the Environmental Management Plan (EMP) and the Monitoring Plan (MP). 2. Engage an Environmental expert to guide you in implementing the EMP and the MP and she/he should prepare and submit Monitoring/Audit reports to the Council, keep liaison with the Tabora Municipal Environmental Management Officer and facilitate monitoring by relevant authorities. 3. Ensure the asphalt plant and equipment workshop are designed and properly located so as to limit or avoid pollution of the environment from emissions (i.e. dust and gaseous emissions) and both solid and liquid wastes such as waste oil. 4. Ensure to comply with legal requirements of other relevant authorities and necessary permits sought, especially permits related to water abstraction and extraction of construction materials 1. Ensure to implement the Environmental Management Plan (EMP) and the Monitoring Plan (MP).

220 2009/10

2. Engage an Environmental expert to guide you in implementing the EMP and the MP and she/he should prepare and submit Monitoring/Audit reports to the Council, keep liaison with the Kigoma-Ujiji Municipal Environmental Management Officer and facilitate monitoring by relevant authorities. 3. Ensure the asphalt plant and equipment workshop are designed and properly located so as to limit or avoid pollution of the environment from emissions (i.e. dust and gaseous emissions) and both solid and liquid wastes such as waste oil. 4. Ensure to comply with legal requirements of other relevant authorities and necessary permits sought, especially permits related to water abstraction and extraction of construction materials.

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