Development of Organic Waste Treatment Facilities, Phase 2

Environmental Impact Assessment Report

Document No.297677/03/18/F




 

 

August 2013

 

 

Environmental Protection Department

 

 

 

3rd Floor, West Wing, 88 Victoria Road, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong

 

 

 

 

 

Mott MacDonald, 20/F AIA Kowloon Tower, Landmark East, 100 How Ming Street, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong
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This document is issued for the party which commissioned it and for specific purposes connected with the above-captioned project only. It should not be relied upon by any other party or used for any other purpose.

 

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This document contains confidential information and proprietary intellectual property. It should not be shown to other parties without consent from us and from the party which commissioned it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Content

Chapter Title

1. Introduction

1.1 Background

1.2 Purpose of the EIA Study

1.3 Objectives of the EIA Study

1.4 Approach to the EIA Study

1.5 Structure of the EIA Report

2. Project Description

2.1 Introduction

2.2 Site Location and History

2.3 Need for the Project

2.4 Project Design Outline

2.5 Consideration of Alternative Options

2.6 Project Planning and Implementation

2.7 Project Interactions

3. Air Quality Impact Assessment

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Environmental Legislation, Standards and Guidelines

3.3 Assessment Area and Sensitive Receivers

3.4 Description of the Existing Environment/ Background Air Quality

3.5 Emissions Inventory

3.6 Assessment Methodology

3.7 Prediction and Evaluation of Environmental Impact

3.8 Mitigation of Adverse Environmental Impact

3.9 Evaluation of Residual Impact

3.10 Environmental Monitoring and Audit

3.11 Conclusion

4. Hazard to Life Assessment

4.1 Introduction

4.2 Scope and Objectives

4.3 Risk Legislation, Standards and Guidelines

4.4 Hazard Assessment Methodology

4.5 Hazard Identification

4.6 Frequency Analysis

4.7 Consequence Analysis

4.8 Risk Assessment

4.9 Recommendations

4.10 Conclusion

5. Noise Impact Assessment

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Environmental Legislation, Standards and Guidelines

5.3 Study Area and Sensitive Receivers

5.4 Description of the Existing Environment

5.5 Background Noise Condition

5.6 Assessment Methodology

5.7 Identification of Potential Noise Impact

5.8 Prediction and Evaluation of Noise Impact

5.9 Mitigation of Adverse Noise Impact

5.10 Evaluation of Residual Impact

5.11 Environmental Monitoring and Audit

5.12 Conclusion

6. Water Quality Impact Assessment

6.1 Introduction

6.2 Environmental Legislation, Standards and Guidelines

6.3 Project Description

6.4 Assessment Area and Sensitive Receivers

6.5 Description of the Existing Environment/ Background Water Quality

6.6 Assessment Methodology

6.7 Identification of Environmental Impact

6.8 Prediction, Evaluation and Mitigation of Environmental Impact

6.9 Cumulative Impact

6.10 Evaluation of Residual Impact

6.11 Environmental Monitoring and Audit

6.12 Conclusion

7. Waste Management Implications

7.1 Introduction

7.2 Environmental Legislation, Standards and Guidelines

7.3 Assessment Methodology

7.4 Identification of Environmental Impact

7.5 Prediction and Evaluation of Environmental Impact

7.6 Mitigation of Adverse Environmental Impacts

7.7 Evaluation of Residual Impacts

7.8 Environmental Monitoring and Audit

7.9 Conclusion

8. Ecological Impact Assessment

8.1 Introduction

8.2 Environmental Legislation, Standards and Guidelines

8.3 Assessment Area and Survey Methodology

8.4 Ecological Baseline Information

8.5 Evaluation of the Habitats and Species

8.6 Identification and Evaluation of Potential Ecological Impacts

8.7 Mitigation Measures

8.8 Cumulative Impact

8.9 Evaluation of Residual Impacts

8.10 Environmental Monitoring and Audit

8.11 Conclusion

8.12 References

9. Fisheries Impact Assessment

9.1 Introduction

9.2 Environmental Legislation, Standards and Guidelines

9.3 Assessment Methodology

9.4 Description of the Existing Environment

9.5 Description and Quantification of existing pond culture activities and fisheries resources

9.6 Identification, Prediction and Evaluation of Environmental Impact

9.7 Mitigation of Adverse Environmental Impact

9.8 Evaluation of Residual Impact

9.9 Environmental Monitoring and Audit Requirement

9.10 Conclusion

9.11 References

10. Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment

10.1 Introduction

10.2 Environmental Legislation, Standards and Guidelines

10.3 Assessment Area

10.4 Assessment Methodology

10.5 Review of Planning and Development Control Framework

10.6 Baseline Study

10.7 Landscape Impact Assessment

10.8 Visual Impact Assessment

10.9 Conclusion

 

11. Cultural Heritage Impact Assessment

11.1 Introduction

11.2 Environmental Legislation, Standards and Guidelines

11.3 Assessment Methodology

11.4 Desk-based Study Findings

11.5 Identification of Environmental Impact

11.6 Prediction of Environmental Impact

11.7 Evaluation of Environmental Impact

11.8 Mitigation of Adverse Environmental Impact

11.9 Evaluation of Residual Impact

11.10 Environmental Monitoring and Audit

11.11 Conclusion

12. Environmental Monitoring and Audit Requirements

12.1 General

12.2 Air Quality Impact

12.3 Hazard to Life

12.4 Noise Impact

12.5 Water Quality Impact

12.6 Waste Management Implications

12.7 Ecological Impact

12.8 Fisheries Impact

12.9 Landscape and Visual Impact

12.10 Cultural Heritage Impact

13. Summary of Environmental Outcomes

13.1 General

13.2 Air Quality Impact

13.3 Hazard to Life

13.4 Noise Impact

13.5 Water Quality Impact

13.6 Waste Management Implications

13.7 Ecological Impact

13.8 Fisheries Impact

13.9 Landscape and Visual Impact

13.10 Cultural Heritage Impact

14. Implementation Schedule of Mitigation Measures

 

Tables

Table 2.1: Waste to Landfill in Hong Kong, by Region and by Type in 2011, Tonnes

Table 2.2: Main Project Facilities and Systems

Table 2.3: Description of Key Components and Process Flow

Table 2.4: Overview of Material Flow and Mass Balance within the Composting Process

Table 2.5: Estimated Wastewater Treatment Requirements at the OWTF 2

Table 2.6: Summary of Appraisal of Organic Waste Treatment Technology Options

Table 2.7: Indicative Milestones for Key Project Stages

Table 2.8: Responses from Potential Interfacing Project Proponents

 

Table 3.1: Hong Kong Air Quality Objectives

Table 3.2: Proposed Air Quality Standards for Other Potential Emissions

Table 3.3: Representative ASRs Identified for Assessment

Table 3.4: 5-year Annual Average Concentration at Tai Po Air Quality Monitoring Station (Year 2007-2011)

Table 3.5: Key Dust Emission Factors to be adopted in the Assessment

Table 3.6: Process comparison between OWTF 1 and OWTF 2

Table 3.7: Operational Emissions comparison between OWTF 1 CHP and OWTF 2 CHP

Table 3.8: Operational Emissions comparison between OWTF 1 and OWTF 2 odour treatment units

Table 3.9: Operational Emissions comparison between OWTF 1 flare and OWTF 2 flare

Table 3.10: Traffic Flows of Man Kam To Road and Kong Nga Po Road

Table 3.11: Vehicle Classification in the EMFAC-HK Model

Table 3.12: Breakdown percentage of splitting 12 vehicle classes into EMFAC-HKv2.5.1 defined vehicle classes

Table 3.13: Construction modelling results summary (Tier 1 mitigated scenario)

Table 3.14: Cumulative operation modelling results summary (Mitigated)

 

Table 4.1: Implementation Programme of OWTF 2

Table 4.2: Population and Traffic Data Sources

Table 4.3: Temporal Changes in Population for Various Categories

Table 4.4: Indoor/ Outdoor Ratios for Different Population Categories

Table 4.5: Time Modes for Temporal Variation of Road Population

Table 4.6: 16-hour Average Occupancy of Different Classes of Vehicle [6]

Table 4.7: Current Residential and Employment Population (2012) and Future Population (2017) around OWTF 2 Project Site

Table 4.8: Current Traffic Population (2012) and Future Traffic Population (2017) around OWTF 2 Project Site

Table 4.9: Daytime Weather Conditions (Ta Kwu Ling Weather Station 2010)

Table 4.10: Night-time Weather Conditions (Ta Kwu Ling Weather Station 2010)

Table 4.11: Composition of Biogas from Anaerobic Digestion (AD) Process

Table 4.12: Summary of Biogas or Methane Incidents

Table 4.13: Properties of Biogas (Natural Gas)

Table 4.14: Possible hazardous scenarios and hazardous outcomes in OWTF 2

Table 4.15: Summary of Spontaneous Failures Frequencies

Table 4.16: U.S Scheduled Airline Accident Rate [18]

Table 4.17: Hong Kong International Airport Civil International Air Transport Movements of Aircraft

Table 4.18: Aircraft Crash Frequency onto the OWTF 2 Site

Table 4.19: Hong Kong Vehicle Accident Involvements

Table 4.20: Summary of Base Event Frequencies

Table 4.21: Assumptions used in FTA

Table 4.22: Ignition and Explosion Probabilities for Gas Releases

Table 4.23: Assessment Criteria for Biogas Hazards

Table 4.24: End Point Criteria for Vapour Cloud Explosions

 

Table 5.1: Noise Standards for Daytime Construction Activities

Table 5.2: Area Sensitivity Rating

Table 5.3: Acceptable Noise Level for Fixed Plant Noise

Table 5.4: Noise Criteria of Fixed Plant Noise

Table 5.5: Representative Noise Sensitive Receivers Identified for the Assessment

Table 5.6: Measured Background Noise Levels

Table 5.7: Unmitigated Construction Airborne Noise Impact

Table 5.8: Summary of Fixed Plant Noise Sources

Table 5.9: Maximum Permissible SWLs of the Fixed Plant

Table 5.10: Quieter PME Recommended for Adoption during Construction Phase

Table 5.11: Noise Mitigation Measures for Certain PME during Construction Phase

Table 5.12: Mitigated Construction Airborne Noise Impact

 

Table 6.1: Water Quality Objective for the Deep Bay WCZ

Table 6.2: MSF 350 Standard under 2012 USEPA Guidelines for Water Use (Commercial Facility)

Table 6.3: Summary of River Water Quality Monitoring Data at River Indus (2011)

Table 6.4: Summary of Water Sampling on 15 April 2013

Table 6.5: Estimated Wastewater Volumes by Source at OWTF2

 

Table 7.1: Excavated Materials to be Generated, Reused and Delivered to Public Fill Reception Facility

Table 7.2: C&D Materials to be Generated, Reused, Delivered to Public Fill Reception Facility and Disposed of at Landfill

Table 7.3: Summary of Waste Generation during Construction Phase

Table 7.4: Summary of Waste Generation during Operation Phase

Table 7.5: Summary of Waste Handling Procedures and Disposal Routes during Construction Phase

Table 7.6: Summary of Waste Generation during Operation Phase

Table 7.7: Materials to be used during Operation Phase of the Project with Land Contamination Potential

 

Table 8.1: Schedule of Ecological Field Surveys

Table 8.2: Habitats Present in the Assessment Area (excluding the Project Area)

Table 8.3: Habitats Present in the Project Area

Table 8.4: Avifauna recorded within Assessment Area (including Project Area)

Table 8.5: Mammals recorded within the Assessment Area (including Project Area)

Table 8.6: Herpetofauna recorded within the Assessment Area

Table 8.7: Butterflies recorded within the Assessment Area

Table 8.8: Dragonflies recorded within the Assessment Area

Table 8.9: Freshwater fish recorded within the Assessment Area

Table 8.10: Ecological Evaluation of Shrubland

Table 8.11: Ecological Evaluation of Woodland

Table 8.12: Ecological Evaluation of Hillside grassland

Table 8.13: Ecological Evaluation of Grassland

Table 8.14: Ecological Evaluation of Plantation

Table 8.15: Ecological Evaluation of Orchard

Table 8.16: Ecological Evaluation of Active agricultural area

Table 8.17: Ecological Evaluation of Abandoned agricultural area

Table 8.18: Ecological Evaluation of Village

Table 8.19: Ecological Evaluation of Open field

Table 8.20: Ecological Evaluation of Developed area

Table 8.21: Ecological Evaluation of Pond

Table 8.22: Ecological Evaluation of Watercourse

Table 8.23: Ecological Evaluation of Floral Species

Table 8.24: Ecological Evaluation of Fauna Species

Table 8.25: Summary of Habitat Loss for the Proposed Project

Table 8.26: Evaluation of Ecological Impact of Habitat Loss

Table 8.27: Evaluation of Ecological Impact on Floral Species of Conservation Interest

Table 8.28: Evaluation of Ecological Impact on Fauna Species of Conservation Interest

Table 8.29: Evaluation of Ecological Impact on Man Kam To Road Egretry

Table 8.30: Evaluation of Habitat Fragmentation

Table 8.31: Evaluation of Offsite Disturbance

Table 8.32: Evaluation of Reduction of Ecological Carrying Capacity

Table 8.33: Evaluation of Offsite Disturbance during operation phase

 

Table 10.1: Sensitivity and Magnitude of Change on the Degree of Impact Significance

Table 10.2: Review of Existing Planning and Development Control Framework

Table 10.3: Sensitivity of LRs and LCAs

Table 10.4: Summary of Tree Survey Recommendations

Table 10.5: Sensitivity of VSRs

Table 10.6: Magnitude of change for LRs and LCAs

Table 10.7: Proposed Construction Phase Mitigation Measures

Table 10.8: Proposed Operational Phase Mitigation Measures

Table 10.9: Significance Threshold of Landscape Impacts in Construction and Operation Phases

Table 10.10: Magnitude of change for VSRs

Table 10.11: Description of change for VSRs

Table 10.12: Visual Impact Assessment

 

Table 11.1: Archaeological potential for each section:

Table 11.2: Evaluation of Impacts to Built Heritage Resources

 

Table ‎14.1: Implementation Schedule of Mitigation Measures

 

Appendices

Appendix 2.1 Environmental Performance of Biogas Utilisation Options

Appendix 2.2 Evaluation of Compost Options

Appendix 3.1 Emission calculation for construction dust

Appendix 3.2 Data Input for FDM model

Appendix 3.3 Calculation of Dust Suppression Efficiency

Appendix 3.4 Vehicle Classification

Appendix 3.5 Vehicle Population

Appendix 3.6 Projected Growth

Appendix 3.7 Traffic Flow for 2017

Appendix 3.8 Trips and VKT for Hong Kong

Appendix 3.9 Trips and VKT for OWTF2

Appendix 3.10 Temperature and Relative Humidity

Appendix 3.11 Emission Factors

Appendix 3.12 TSP Construction Phase Results

Appendix 3.13 Operational Phase results (ASR)

Appendix 3.14 Chimney Letter

Appendix 4.1 Review of Historical Incidents Database

Appendix 4.2 Fault Tree Analysis

Appendix 4.3 Event Tree Analysis

Appendix 4.4 Generic Frequency Estimations

Appendix 4.5 Consequence Distances

Appendix 5.1 Unmitigated Construction Plant Inventory

Appendix 5.2 Unmitigated Construction Noise Impact

Appendix 5.3 Fixed Plant Impact Assessment

Appendix 5.4 Mitigated Construction Plant Inventory

Appendix 5.5 Mitigated Construction Noise Impact

Appendix 7.1 Previous Land Use

Appendix 7.2 Records of Chemical Spillage

Appendix 7.3 Locations of Previous Chemical Storage

Appendix 8.1 Plates

Appendix 8.2 Plant Species recorded within the Assessment Area

Appendix 8.3 List of Fauna recorded within the Assessment Area

Appendix 10.1 Summary of Findings of the Tree Survey

Appendix 11.1 Results of the Built Heritage Field Survey

 

List of Figures

Figure 2.1 Location of Proposed Site

Figure 2.2 Preliminary Site Layout

Figure 2.3a Process Flow Diagram Biogas Option A (CHP)

Figure 2.3bI Process Flow Diagram Biogas Option BI (Gas Export)

Figure 2.3bII Process Flow Diagram Biogas Option BII (CHP / Gas Export)

Figure 2.4 Comparison of Initial and Further Site Layout Plans

Figure 2.5 Project Interface

 

Figure 3.1 Locations of Air Sensitive Receivers

Figure 3.2 Locations of Potential Construction Dust Sources

Figure 3.3a Locations of ISCST3 Sources

Figure 3.3b Locations of Caline4 Sources

Figure 3.4a Cumulative results contour of hourly TSP concentration at 1.5m above ground during construction phase (unmitigated)

Figure 3.4b Cumulative results contour of hourly TSP concentration at 1.5m above ground during construction phase (mitigated)

Figure 3.4c Cumulative results contour of daily TSP concentration at 1.5m above ground during construction phase (unmitigated)

Figure 3.4d Cumulative results contour of daily TSP concentration at 1.5m above ground during construction phase (mitigated)

Figure 3.4e Cumulative results contour of annual TSP concentration at 1.5m above ground during construction phase (unmitigated)

Figure 3.4f Cumulative results contour of annual TSP concentration at 1.5m above ground during construction phase (mitigated)

Figure 3.5a 2012 Observed Traffic Flows

Figure 3.5b Distribution of OWTF Phase 2 Development Traffic

Figure 3.6 Cumulative Result - Contour of Daily RSP Concentration (g/m) at 1.5m above ground during operational phase for CHP and Odour Treatment

Figure 3.7 Cumulative Result - Contour of Annual RSP Concentration (g/m) at 1.5m above ground during operational phase for CHP and Odour Treatment

Figure 3.8 Cumulative Result - Contour of Daily RSP Concentration (g/m) at 1.5m above ground during operational phase for Flare and Odour Treatment

Figure 3.9 Cumulative Result - Contour of Annual RSP Concentration (g/m) at 1.5m above ground during operational phase for Flare and Odour Treatment

Figure 3.10 Cumulative Result - Contour of Hourly NO2 Concentration (g/m) at 1.5m above ground during operational phase for CHP

Figure 3.11 Cumulative Result - Contour of daily NO2 Concentration (g/m) at 1.5m above ground during operational phase for CHP

Figure 3.12 Cumulative Result - Contour of annual NO2 Concentration (g/m) at 1.5m above ground during operational phase for CHP

Figure 3.13 Cumulative Result - Contour of Hourly NO2 Concentration (g/m) at 1.5m above ground during operational phase for Flare

Figure 3.14 Cumulative Result - Contour of daily NO2 Concentration (g/m) at 1.5m above ground during operational phase for Flare

Figure 3.15 Cumulative Result - Contour of annual NO2 Concentration (g/m) at 1.5m above ground during operational phase for Flare

Figure 3.16 Cumulative Result - Contour of Hourly TSP Concentration (g/m) at 1.5m above ground during operational phase for Odour Treatment

Figure 3.17 Cumulative Result - Contour of daily TSP Concentration (g/m) at 1.5m above ground during operational phase for Odour Treatment

Figure 3.18 Cumulative Result - Contour of annual TSP Concentration (g/m) at 1.5m above ground during operational phase for Odour Treatment

Figure 3.19 Cumulative Result - Contour of hourly CO Concentration (g/m) at 1.5m above ground during operational phase for CHP

Figure 3.20 Cumulative Result - Contour of 8 hour CO Concentration (g/m) at 1.5m above ground during operational phase for CHP

Figure 3.21 Cumulative Result - Contour of hourly CO Concentration (g/m) at 1.5m above ground during operational phase for Flare

Figure 3.22 Cumulative Result - Contour of 8 hour CO Concentration (g/m) at 1.5m above ground during operational phase for Flare

Figure 3.23 Cumulative Result - Contour of Hourly SO2 Concentration (g/m) at 1.5m above ground during operational phase for CHP

Figure 3.24 Cumulative Result - Contour of daily SO2 Concentration (g/m) at 1.5m above ground during operational phase for CHP

Figure 3.25 Cumulative Result - Contour of annual SO2 Concentration (g/m) at 1.5m above ground during operational phase for CHP

Figure 3.26 Cumulative Result - Contour of Hourly SO2 Concentration (g/m) at 1.5m above ground during operational phase for Flare

Figure 3.27 Cumulative Result - Contour of daily SO2 Concentration (g/m) at 1.5m above ground during operational phase for Flare

Figure 3.28 Cumulative Result - Contour of annual SO2 Concentration (g/m) at 1.5m above ground during operational phase for Flare

Figure 3.29 Cumulative Result - Contour of hourly VOC Concentration (g/m) at 1.5m above ground during operational phase for CHP and Odour Treatment

Figure 3.30 Cumulative Result - Contour of Annual VOC Concentration (g/m) at 1.5m above ground during operational phase for CHP and Odour Treatment

Figure 3.31 Cumulative Result - Contour of hourly VOC Concentration (g/m) at 1.5m above ground during operational phase for Flare and Odour Treatment

Figure 3.32 Cumulative Result - Contour of Annual VOC Concentration (g/m) at 1.5m above ground during operational phase for Flare and Odour Treatment

Figure 3.33 Cumulative Result - Contour of 5-sec Odour Concentration (g/m) at 1.5m above ground during operational phase for Odour Treatment

Figure 3.34 Cumulative Result - Contour of hourly HCL Concentration (g/m) at 1.5m above ground during operational phase for CHP

Figure 3.35 Cumulative Result - Contour of Annual HCL Concentration (g/m) at 1.5m above ground during operational phase for CHP

Figure 3.36 Cumulative Result - Contour of hourly HCL Concentration (g/m) at 1.5m above ground during operational phase for Flare

Figure 3.37 Cumulative Result - Contour of Annual HCL Concentration (g/m) at 1.5m above ground during operational phase for Flare

Figure 3.38 Cumulative Result - Contour of hourly HF Concentration (g/m) at 1.5m above ground during operational phase for CHP

Figure 3.39 Cumulative Result - Contour of Annual HF Concentration (g/m) at 1.5m above ground during operational phase for CHP

Figure 3.40 Cumulative Result - Contour of hourly HF Concentration (g/m) at 1.5m above ground during operational phase for Flare

Figure 3.41 Cumulative Result - Contour of Annual HF Concentration (g/m) at 1.5m above ground during operational phase for Flare

 

Figure 4.1 Preliminary site layout

Figure 4.2 Societal Risk Guideline from EIAO TM Annex 4

Figure 4.3 Hazard Assessment Methodology

Figure 4.4a G/IC, Transportation, OU (Cement Plant) and Future Population Around OWTF 2 site

Figure 4.4b Residential Population around OWTF 2 Site

Figure 4.4c Future Population around OWTF 2 Site

Figure 4.5 Wind Rose for Ta Kwu Ling Weather Station

Figure 4.6 Process Flow Diagram Biogas Option Bii (CHP / Gas export)

Figure 4.7 Mass Balance Diagram of OWTF 2

Figure 4.8 Aircraft Crash Coordinate System

Figure 4.9 Location of OWTF 2 Site and Arrival Flight Paths of Hong Kong International Airport

Figure 4.10 Location of OWTF 2 Site and Departure Flight Paths of Hong Kong International Airport

Figure 4.11 Area of Vegetation Which May Affect the Site in Hill Fire Scenario

Figure 4.12 Location of the nearest helicopter landing pad to the Project site

Figure 4.13 Natural Terrain Landslides with ENTLI and LLS Reference, and Incident Report Locations

Figure 4.14 Individual Risk Contours

Figure 4.15 FN Curves for OWTF 2 at Year 2017

 

Figure 5.1 Noise Study Area and Locations of Representative Noise Sensitive Receivers

Figure 5.2 Photos of Existing Noise Sensitive Receivers

Figure 5.3 Locations of Fixed Plants Noise Sources

Figure 5.4 Schematic Configuration of Movable Noise Barrier for PME

Figure 5.5 Schematic Configuration of Full Noise Enclosure for PME

 

Figure 6.1 Preliminary Layout of Proposed Sewer Connection

Figure 6.2 Water Quality Impact Assessment Study Area and Water Sensitive Receivers

Figure 6.3 Water Quality Sampling Locations

 

Figure 8.1 Assessment Area, Survey Transect Route and Sampling Location

Figure 8.2 Habitat Map and Species of Conservation Interest

 

Figure 9.1 Study Area for Fisheries Impact Assessment

 

Figure 10.1 Visual Envelope and Zone of Visual Influence

Figure 10.2 Zoning in Outline Zoning Plan within Landscape Assessment Area

Figure 10.3 Aerial View of Landscape Assessment Area

Figure 10.4 Locations of Landscape Resources

Figure 10.5a Photographs of Landscape Resources (Sheet 1 of 4)

Figure 10.5b Photographs of Landscape Resources (Sheet 2 of 4)

Figure 10.5c Photographs of Landscape Resources (Sheet 3 of 4)

Figure 10.5d Photographs of Landscape Resources (Sheet 4 of 4)

Figure 10.6 Locations of Landscape Character Areas

Figure 10.7 Photos of Landscape Character Areas

Figure 10.8 Landscape Mitigation Measures

Figure 10.9 Landscape Impact

Figure 10.10a Photos of Visual Sensitive Receivers (Sheet 1 of 3)

Figure 10.10b Photos of Visual Sensitive Receivers (Sheet 2 of 3)

Figure 10.10c Photos of Visual Sensitive Receivers (Sheet 3 of 3)

Figure 10.11 Visual Impact

Figure 10.12a Photomontage Vantage Point from VSR1.1 Workers in San Uk Ling Holding Centre

Figure 10.12b Photomontage Vantage Point from VSR2.2 Farmers from the East

Figure 10.12c Photomontage Vantage Point from VSR3.2 Villagers from the Northeast

Figure 10.12d Photomontage Vantage Point from VSR3.5 Villagers from the West

 

Figure 11.1 The Site Area and 200m Assessment Area

Figure 11.2 The Geology of the Site Area and Assessment Area

Figure 11.3 Topographical Map Showing the Approximate Site Area and Assessment Area in 1939

Figure 11.4 Topographical Map Showing the Approximate Site Area and Assessment Area in 1957

Figure 11.5 Map Showing the Extent of Area P3U2C1 Investigated under Agreement No. CE60/2005 Land Use Planning for the Closed Area Feasibility Study Final Report, AAL 2010

Figure 11.6 Map Showing the Six Field Visit Sections, Extent of P3U2C1 and Extent of Cut Slopes, Existing Ponds and San Uk Ling Holding Centre

Figure 11.7 Photograph Showing the Entrance to the Sha Ling Livestock Waste Composting Plant

Figure 11.8 Photograph Showing the View of Section 2 Road and Residential Built Up Area

Figure 11.9 Aerial Photograph of 1973 Showing Section 2 (Partially) and Section 4

Figure 11.10 Photograph Showing the San Uk Ling Holding Centre

Figure 11.11 Photograph Showing the Song Dynasty Sherds Recovered from the Surface in Section 3

Figure 11.12 Map Showing the Location of the Surface Finds Within Section 3

Figure 11.13 Photograph Showing Terraced Area at the Northern End of Section 4A

Figure 11.14 Photograph Showing Section 5 Man-made Woodland

Figure 11.15 Aerial Photograph of 1990 Showing the Site Area and Section 5

Figure 11.16 Photograph Showing the Wet Area and Some Temporary Structures in Section 6

Figure 11.17 Aerial Photograph of 1990 Showing the Site Area and Locations of Historical Resources

Figure 11.18 Aerial Photograph of 2007 Showing the Site Area and Locations of Historical Resources

Figure 11.19 Map Showing the Locations of G1, G2, G3 and the Tin Hau Temple

Figure 11.20 Map Showing the Locations of G2, G3 and the Tin Hau Temple

Figure 11.21 Map Showing the Locations of G4, G5 and G6

Figure 11.22 Map Showing the Locations of G1

Figure 11.23 Map Showing the Potential Area of Archaeological Interest (Section 3) and its Relationship to the Site Area