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Standard ID HJ 582-2010 (HJ582-2010)
Description (Translated English) Technical guideline for environmental impact assessment. Constructional project of pesticide
Sector / Industry Environmental Protection Industry Standard
Classification of Chinese Standard Z02
Classification of International Standard 13.020
Word Count Estimation 29,255
Date of Issue 2010-09-06
Date of Implementation 2011-01-01
Quoted Standard GB 5085; GB 18484; HJ/T 2.1; HJ 2.2; HJ/T 2.3; HJ 2.4; HJ/T 164; HJ/T 166; HJ/T 169; HJ/T 176
Drafting Organization Environmental Protection Department of Environmental Engineering Assessment Center
Administrative Organization Ministry of Environment Protection
Regulation (derived from) Department of Environmental Protection Notice No. 63 of 2010
Summary This standard specifies the pesticide (original drug formulations and intermediates) construction project environmental impact assessment of the general principles, contents and methods. This standard applies to all of our pesticide new construction, renovation and expansion project's environmental impact assessment, pesticides Regional Planning Environmental Impact Assessment may refer to.

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HJ 582-2010
Technical guideline for environmental impact assessment.Constructional project of pesticide
National Environmental Protection Standard of the People's Republic
Technical Guidelines for Environmental Impact Assessment Pesticide Construction Project
Technical guideline for environmental impact assessment
-Constructional project of pesticide
Released on.2010-09-06
2011-01-01 Implementation
Ministry of Environmental Protection released
Ministry of Environmental Protection
announcement
No. 63 of.2010
To protect the environment and prevent pollution by implementing the Environmental Protection Law of the People's Republic of China and the Law of the People's Republic of China on Environmental Impact Assessment
Dyeing, standardizing and guiding environmental impact assessment work, and now approving the "Technical Guidelines for Environmental Impact Assessment" Pesticide Construction Project for National Environmental Protection
Standards and release.
The standard name and number are as follows.
The standard was implemented on January 1,.2011 and published by the China Environmental Science Press. The standard content can be found on the website of the Ministry of Environmental Protection.
Special announcement.
September 6,.2010
Content
Foreword..iv
1 Scope..1
2 Normative references..1
3 Terms and Definitions.1
4 Working principles and general provisions 2
5 Survey of the current situation of the natural environment and social environment..3
6 Survey and evaluation of pollution sources in the evaluation area..3
7 Environmental quality status survey and evaluation.3
8 Engineering Analysis..5
9 Retrospective evaluation of existing projects 8
10 Cleaner Production and Circular Economy Analysis..9
11 Environmental Protection Measures Technical Argument 9
12 Environmental Impact Prediction and Evaluation..11
13 Environmental Risk Assessment..12
14 Site rationality analysis and argumentation.12
15 Total pollutant control analysis..13
16 Public participation.13
17 Environmental Management and Environmental Monitoring System 13
18 Environmental Impact Economic Profit and Loss Analysis.13
19 Evaluation conclusions.13
Appendix A (Normative Appendix) Environmental Impact Matrix Identification Table..14
Appendix B (informative appendix) Evaluation factor reference table.15
Appendix C (informative appendix) Multi-media environment target value estimation method 21
Appendix D (Normative Appendix) Summary of Contaminant Production 22
Appendix E (Normative Appendix) Summary of Pollutant Discharges..23
Appendix F (informative) List of Cleaner Production Indicators 24
Iv
Foreword
To implement the "Environmental Impact Assessment Law of the People's Republic of China" and the "Regulations on Environmental Protection Management of Construction Projects", protect the environment, regulate and
Guide the environmental impact assessment of pesticide construction projects and formulate this standard.
This standard specifies the general principles, contents and methods of environmental impact assessment of pesticide construction projects.
Appendix A, Appendix D and Appendix E of this standard are normative appendices, and Appendix B, Appendix C and Appendix F are informative appendices.
This standard was first published.
This standard was formulated by the Science and Technology Standards Department of the Ministry of Environmental Protection.
This standard is mainly drafted by. Environmental Engineering Evaluation Center of the Ministry of Environmental Protection, Yilm Environmental Resources Management Consulting (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
Environmental Development Center of the Ministry of Environmental Protection, Shanghai Research Institute of Chemical Industry, Shenyang Research Institute of Chemical Industry.
This standard was approved by the Ministry of Environmental Protection on September 6,.2010.
This standard has been implemented since January 1,.2011.
This standard is explained by the Ministry of Environmental Protection.
Technical Guidelines for Environmental Impact Assessment Pesticide Construction Project
1 Scope of application
This standard specifies the general principles, contents and methods for environmental impact assessment of pesticide (original drugs, preparations and intermediates) construction projects.
This standard applies to the environmental impact assessment of all new pesticide construction, reconstruction and expansion projects in China; environmental impact assessment of pesticide regional planning
Can refer to the implementation.
2 Normative references
The contents of this standard refer to the following documents or their terms. For undated references, the valid version applies to this standard.
GB 5085 Hazardous Waste Identification Standard
GB 18484 Hazardous Waste Incineration Pollution Control Standard
HJ/T 2.1 Technical Guidelines for Environmental Impact Assessment
HJ 2.2 Technical Guidelines for Environmental Impact Assessment Atmospheric Environment
HJ/T 2.3 Technical Guidelines for Environmental Impact Assessment Surface Water Environment
HJ 2.4 Environmental Impact Assessment Technical Guidelines Acoustic Environment
HJ/T 164 Technical Specifications for Groundwater Environmental Monitoring
HJ/T 166 Technical Specifications for Soil Environmental Monitoring
HJ/T 169 Technical Guidelines for Environmental Risk Assessment of Construction Projects
HJ/T 176 Technical Specifications for Construction of Hazardous Waste Centralized Incineration Disposal Project
3 Terms and definitions
The following terms and definitions apply to this standard.
3.1
Pesticide intermediate
Refers to intermediates mainly used in the synthesis of pesticides.
3.2
Reaction conversion rate
Indicates the extent (depth) at which a chemical reaction proceeds, that is, the percentage of key components participating in the reaction. Reaction conversion rate equal to a certain reactant
The ratio of the amount of conversion to the initial amount of the reactant.
3.3
Product receipt rate
Refers to the ratio of the amount of key components consumed in the production of the product to the starting amount of the key component.
3.4
Characteristic pollutant
Refers to the special pollutants except the conventional pollutants discharged from the construction project, including the characteristic pollutants and pollution in the region related to the evaluation project.
Contaminants that have become more serious or have a tendency to increase pollution may cause potential pollution or affect surrounding sensitive protection targets after implementation.
Contaminants such as pesticides and their isomers.
3.5
Pesticide category
Refers to insecticides, acaricides, fungicides, herbicides, plant growth regulators, rodenticides, and the like.
3.6
Environmental toxicology
Refers to the toxic effects of pesticides on non-target organisms such as birds, fish, leeches, algae, bees, and silkworms.
3.7
Environmental behavior
Refers to adsorption, mobility, volatility, photodegradation, hydrolysis, soil degradation.
4 Working principles and general rules
4.1 General provisions
The environmental assessment of pesticide construction projects implements the current national and local environmental protection standards in principle, and this standard addresses the environmental impact of pesticide construction projects.
If the evaluation request proposes new requirements, the work shall be carried out in accordance with the requirements of this standard.
4.2 Environmental Impact Identification
4.2.1 In the construction time of pesticide projects, the identification of influencing factors includes the construction period (construction period), operation period (production and operation), and service.
After the expiration of the business period (the production company will continue to have an impact after the end of its useful life).
4.2.2 Pesticide construction project impact object identification includes natural environment, ecological environment and social environment elements; element identification should include environmental space
Gas, surface water, groundwater, soil, land and aquatic organisms, fishery resources, agricultural production, major protected areas, etc.
4.2.3 On the basis of investigating regional environmental characteristics and analyzing characteristic pollutants of pesticide construction projects, it should focus on high toxicity and environmental impact.
The characteristic pollutants are identified for environmental impact, and attention is paid to the long-term cumulative impact of pesticide construction projects on the environment.
4.2.4 Environmental impact identification and its expression can be based on list, matrix and other methods. The matrix identification table is shown in Appendix A and can be built according to pesticides.
Set the project characteristics and regional environmental characteristics to adjust the content in the identification table.
4.3 Determination of evaluation factors
4.3.1 According to the characteristics of the project, identify the pollution factors of the pesticide construction project; combined with the regional environmental characteristics, determine the evaluation factors according to the environmental factors.
4.3.2 Any one of the following basic principles shall be used as an evaluation factor.
a) Limit emissions in national or local regulations and standards;
b) control of total national or local pollutant emissions;
c) having persistence, refractory and toxic characteristics;
d) having "three-way" toxicological properties;
e) having a characteristic characteristic of a bad odor;
f) Project environmental impact characteristic pollutants.
4.3.3 Refer to Appendix B for evaluation factor selection.
4.4 Determination of evaluation criteria
4.4.1 The environmental quality assessment standard shall be based on the requirements of the environmental function zoning of the area where the pesticide construction project is located.
Or local environmental quality standards.
4.4.2 Pollutant discharge standards should implement national or local pollutant discharge standards.
4.4.3 For evaluation factors without national and local standards, they can be implemented in accordance with foreign and international standards.
4.4.4 If the evaluation factor has no reference value, it can be estimated according to the multi-medium environmental target value (MEG) according to the toxicological index (see Appendix C).
Calculate and propose environmental management recommended control limits.
4.4.5 The evaluation criteria shall be confirmed by the relevant environmental protection authority.
5 Survey of the current situation of the natural environment and social environment
5.1 Key survey content.
a) hydrological characteristics of surface water in rivers, lakes (reservoirs), bays, etc. in the region, and give regional surface water system maps;
b) The centralized pesticide drinking water source downstream of the sewage disposal project in the area (the upstream of the tidal river section including the upstream)
Distribution map of drinking water source protection area and distribution map of irrigation area;
c) the relationship between the waters involved and the national and local key controlled waters, and a description of the drawings;
d) An overview of the concentrated groundwater drinking water sources and protected areas in the area, and a description of the drawings.
5.2 Focus on the ecological status of crops, cash crops, aquatic ecology and wildlife.
6 Investigation and evaluation of current status of pollution sources in evaluation areas
6.1 Survey focus
a) According to the environmental characteristics and engineering characteristics of the location of the pesticide construction project, focus on the investigation of the same pollutants discharged from the pesticide construction project
Source of pollution
b) In addition to investigating existing sources of pollution, projects under construction and proposed projects should also be investigated.
6.2 Survey content
a) The list shows the distribution of pollution sources in the assessment area (with the orientation and distance of the pesticide construction project), the main pollution factors and source strength,
Focus on the investigation and evaluation of pollution sources in the area that discharge the same pollutants with pesticide construction projects;
b) Investigate the construction and operation of public works and environmental protection facilities supported by pesticide construction projects.
6.3 Analysis of pollution sources
According to the statistics of the equivalent pollution load and the equivalent pollution load, the main pollutants in the region and their main pollution sources are identified.
7 Environmental quality status survey and evaluation
7.1 Survey and evaluation of current environmental air quality
a) Current monitoring point setting principle. The number and location of the distribution points should be determined according to the requirements of different evaluation levels of HJ 2.2.
The current monitoring point of the project should cover the main atmospheric sensitive areas within the evaluation scope; the preparation or sub-assembly construction project can only be near the factory boundary.
Monitoring points are set at sensitive points of the distance; unorganized emission monitoring points should also be set for the expansion and expansion projects.
b) For the renovation and expansion projects, taking into account the characteristics of intermittent discharge of production facilities, the monitoring period should be arranged according to the production cycle.
The monitoring period of the 1-hour average concentration shall include the period of maximum emission intensity during the production cycle, and the corresponding production load and
Emissions status.
c) The current status evaluation should be based on the 1-hour average concentration.
7.2 Survey and evaluation of surface water quality status
a) Pesticide construction projects that discharge wastewater directly or indirectly into surface water bodies shall be monitored and evaluated on the status quo of surface water environmental quality.
b) Give a detailed diagram of the water system from the receiving water body to the upper water level, mark the location of the sewage outlet, the first drinking water downstream of the sewage outlet and the irrigation
The location of the nozzle is marked with the national control, provincial control and city control monitoring sections. The monitoring section shall include a control section, a control section and a mixed section;
Monitoring sections shall be set up in the areas of key protected waters, drinking water source protection areas, and aquaculture areas.
c) Monitoring factors include conventional pollutants and characteristic pollutants. Conventional pollutants should contain the total salt content; characteristic pollutants should be based on the evaluation factor
The sub-identification result is determined.
d) When the monitoring factor exceeds the standard, close to the standard limit, or the characteristic pollutant is detected, the cause should be analyzed.
7.3 Investigation and evaluation of soil status
7.3.1 New Project
a) Data collection. Collect soil basic information such as soil map, soil and soil parent material in the site area, and industrial and agricultural production row
Information on the application of sewage, sewage irrigation and chemical fertilizers.
b) According to the principle of uniform plane distribution and vertical stratification, in principle, no less than 3 soil column sampling points are arranged in the plant boundary (leading wind)
To the upper and lower boundaries of the plant, the main production plant area), each column sample has a sampling depth of 100 cm, and three soil samples are taken. surface layer
Sample (0-20 cm), middle layer (20-60 cm), deep layer (60-100 cm); and should be based on different soil types in the plant area
The difference, thickness and the size of the pesticide construction project should be adjusted to the appropriate sampling points; it should be implemented in accordance with HJ/T 166.
c) In addition to the conventional items, the monitoring factors should include characteristic pollution in the soil that is cumulative, harmful to the environment, and highly toxic.
Dyed matter.
d) The national soil environmental quality standards and the regional soil background values are used to evaluate the analysis results separately; generally, the single pollution index and pollution are used.
The cumulative index of dyeing was dominant, the pollution exceeded the standard multiple, and the pollution sample exceeded the standard rate. The evaluation results should be the plant area partition seepage and flat cloth
Provide adjustment basis.
7.3.2 Reconstruction and expansion project
a) Data collection In addition to the information listed in 7.3.1 a), previous site survey reports, site history, site layout, and
Information on hazardous waste storage, underground pipeline systems, pollution incident reports, etc.; analysis identifies potential sources of pollution and contaminated areas.
b) Existing site monitoring points should be selected in areas where contamination may exist; mainly considering chemical storage and leaky areas, underground storage tanks
Areas, underground pipelines (sewage pipe network), and areas that dominate the downwind direction and the largest landing zone.
c) It is advisable to screen monitoring factors according to the chemicals involved in the operation of the plant, mainly including heavy metals, inorganic compounds, pesticides,
Comprehensive analysis of volatile organic compounds and semi-volatile organic compounds.
d) For pollutants without national or local standards, reference may be made to internationally relevant standards. The evaluation results should be whether there is a need to develop and implement
The basis for the remedy provided should be provided.
7.3.3 Relocation project original site
a) The data collection is the same as that listed in 7.3.2 a).
b) Collect soil samples in the original site area, focusing on areas where there may be pollution; soil column sampling points are not less than
5 points (dominant wind down to the factory boundary, main production equipment area, tank area, hazardous waste storage area, material transportation and sewage pipeline
Wait).
c) It is advisable to screen monitoring factors according to the chemicals involved in the operation of the site, mainly including heavy metals, inorganic compounds, pesticides,
Comprehensive analysis of volatile organic compounds and semi-volatile organic compounds. At the same time, according to the history of the plant
The chemicals used in the screening are appropriately screened for monitoring factors.
d) The evaluation results should be based on the future use of the site to provide a basis for the development and implementation of the corresponding repair plan.
7.4 Survey and evaluation of groundwater status
7.4.1 New Project
a) Collect relevant hydrogeological data or conduct on-site soil drilling and monitoring well installation to determine the geological conditions of the plant (eg geological type and
Stratigraphic thickness, etc., hydrogeological conditions (groundwater hydraulic gradient, aquifer boundary, groundwater depth, groundwater flow, etc.),
Focus on surveying aquifers.
b) According to the flow direction of the regional diving groundwater, at least three monitoring wells shall be laid. In principle, the groundwater of the plant will flow to the upstream boundary of the plant.
Two of the factory boundaries, paying due attention to the near-distance sensitive points outside the factory boundary and incorporating them into the daily monitoring plan.
c) Determination of groundwater level, physical and chemical parameters (such as pH, conductivity and temperature, etc.), monitoring factors in addition to conventional factors, try to
The soil monitoring factors are corresponding; in principle, the monitoring of dry and abundance should be carried out; and the corresponding criteria are used for evaluation and analysis.
7.4.2 Reconstruction and expansion project
a) Monitoring site layout should include storage sites and off-site of solid waste such as plant area, production facilities, pipelines and sewage drains, hazardous wastes, etc.
In the vicinity; the monitoring system needs to include the corresponding monitoring well and be installed in the appropriate location and depth; at the same time, it should be in the underground
The relative relationship between the water flow direction and its location of pollution is appropriately arranged to observe the impact of soil pollution on groundwater.
One point is placed on the suspected contaminated land and one background point is placed upstream.
b) Screening of monitoring factors in accordance with the extent to which pollutants emitted by existing plants affect the environmental composition.
c) During the operation period, a monitoring plan shall be developed to implement periodic monitoring.
d) Status of diving pollution The groundwater environmental quality standard is used to evaluate the monitoring results. For non-standard factors, according to HJ/T 164
The relevant regulations are evaluated. For sites where groundwater has been contaminated, appropriate remedial measures must be developed and implemented.
7.4.3 Original site of the relocation project
a) The monitoring point layout shall include the factory area and the area outside the factory; in addition, according to the historical operation status of the site, it may be determined that there may be pollution
Monitoring points are placed in the dyed area.
b) Screen the monitoring factors according to the degree of influence of the pollutants emitted by the original devices on the environmental composition.
c) Current status of submersible pollution The groundwater environmental quality standard is used to evaluate the monitoring results. For non-standard factors, according to HJ/T 164
The relevant regulations are evaluated. For groundwater that has been contaminated, the nature and sensitivity of groundwater use should be determined and the corresponding implementation
Repair plan.
7.5 Investigation and evaluation of ecological status
a) Survey and assessment of the status of terrestrial ecology and aquatic ecological quality in the area.
b) Aquatic ecological surveys should be carried out, and aquatic ecological surveys include species of fish, phytoplankton, zooplankton and benthic animals in the assessment area
Class and quantity, monitoring sediment deposits.
8 Engineering Analysis
8.1 Engineering Analysis Highlights
8.1.1 Implement sustainable development strategies such as industrial technology policies and energy policies, reflecting clean production, energy conservation and emission reduction, compliance with standards,
The environmental protection requirements of “taking the new belt” and controlling the total amount of pollutants discharged.
8.1.2 The data should be authentic and accurate. When using analogy or citation data and data, the comparability and time should be fully analyzed.
Effectiveness.
8.1.3 Engineering analysis should not only involve the whole process of production and all factors, but also highlight the key points of analysis and reflect the engineering environment of pesticide construction projects.
Ringing features.
8.2 Basic requirements for engineering analysis
a) Engineering analysis should include engineering overview, process principle and process, pollution source analysis, environmental protection measures, total discharge, and general layout
Case and other content.
b) For batch batch production, the material balance and the source of the pollution shall be verified according to the actual amount of the batch, and the amount of discharge per unit time shall be determined.
Time and discharge mode, in which the exhaust gas gives the maximum amount of sewage per unit time.
c) It is advisable to synthesize each intermediate and pesticide separately for material balance accounting; according to the pollution-producing node, the pollution source is strong, and the same pollution-producing section
The high concentration and low concentration wastewater produced by the point are counted separately.
d) The technical renovation and expansion project shall explain the changes in the engineering content, product plan and total discharge before and after the technical transformation. Set up the enterprise has been built, under construction
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