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ANNEXURE-A 
EXISTING PLANTATION IN VPT AREA 
S.No 
Plantation Area 
No.of Plants 
Plantation on  either  side  of  port  connectivity 
road and along service road and on the banks 
of Meghadrigedda from Sheelanagar to PCR 
circle. 
10,000 
Plantation  on  either  side  of  road  from  PCR 
circle to bowstring bridge . 
2,300 
Plantation on  either  side  of  port  connectivity 
road from PCR circle to RCL office. 
4,000 
Plantation  on  either  side  of  road  from              
Y junction to ESSAR junction 
2,800 
Plantation on east side of road from convent 
junction to H7 junction. 
500  
Plantation in other areas of port. 
16,400 
TOTAL 
36,000 
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ANNEXURE-B 
PROPOSED PLANTATION IN VPT AREA FOR THE YEAR (2016-17) 
-17) 
S.No 
Plantation Area 
No.of 
Plants 
All along High-rise wall from H-7 Jn. to convent Jn. 
1000 
H-7 Jn. to Sea horse  Jn. on  multi row plantation all along 
the proposed High-rise wall. 
2800 
R-11 area(Backside of the High-rise wall) 
2800 
Convent Jn. (Arch area planation along the High-rise wall.) 
1250 
AKP level Crossing to STP road on either side of the drain 
1600 
VSPL area 
1000 
West ore berth central median  
350 
S-4 conveyor belt one side 
200 
ESSAR wall south side in west division 
1000 
10  PCR Jn. to Sheela nagar on side of service road 
4000 
TOTAL 
16,000 
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Annexure-8 
Replies for the queries /issues raised by the public/NGO in the Public hearing held on 10.04.2015 
Queries related to Air pollution 
S.NO  Query raised  
Reply 
Action plan 
Sri J.T.RamaRao, 
Uttharandhra Ikya 
Vedika 
V.P.T. would invest Rs.200 Crores in the next three to four 
our 
years to make V.P.T' a Green Port. Out of which works at 
ks at 
a cost of Rs.70 crores were already sanctioned and in the 
the 
process of tender finalization for award of work in due 
in due 
course of time. Improving the environment and reducing 
ng 
vehicular traffic movement within the Port area due to 'the 
the 
mechanisation. Re-organization of stack yards is proposed 
by shifting the present location of coal stack to inside from 
rom 
periphery by providing proper environmental safeguards 
viz.  construction  of  high  rise  walls,  drainage  system, 
ystem, 
MDSS and Plantation which is targeted to be completed by 
d by 
end of year 2015 
Works in Operation: 
1. Mechanical Dust Suppression System (MDSS), 
which was commissioned in 2002 in Coal stacking 
areas 
Capital cost of Rs.7.89 Crores
2.  Construction of dust barrier at R-11 area and East 
East 
yards at a cost of Rs.4.0 crores 
3.  A comprehensive environment management 
system cleaning of  Geddas, desilting of drains, 
manual sweeping of roads, etc the cost of project 
is  Rs.6.38 Crores. 
4. Covering of Coal and other Cargo stacks with 
Tarpaulins  at cost of Rs.0.85 Crores per annum 
5.  Two Truck Mounted Fog Canons deployed to 
to 
suppress the dust while loading / unloading cargo 
at berth and stack yards cost of the project is 
Rs.0.90 Crores. 
Works under progress: 
Construction  and  operation  of Truck Tyre 
Cleaning System at B-Ramp i.e. at the interface of 
port and city roads  
Targeted to be completed by March 2016.  
Cost of the project is  Rs.0.81 Crores 
Repairs / modifications to existing sprinkling 
systems at S4 and WOB areas is in progress  
Targeted to be completed by March 2016.  
Cost of project is  Rs. 1.60 crores 
Future plans categorized as  
A) Short term plans (2015:17) 
1. 
Dust barrier of 7.50m height and 1.70KM long 
i.e. from the Sea Horse Junction to Convent 
Sri Mohamed Sadhik, 
President,Yuva 
Bharath Force 
Sri Alikhan, One-Town 
Area 
Sri A.J.Stalin, City 
secretary, CPI (M), 
Sri Abdul Gaphar, 
Kotaveedhi 
Sri D. Markendaya, 
CPI (M), 
Sri V.Bosanna, 
Sampradaya 
Matsakarula society 
Sri Abdul Anif, TDP 
Minority Cell President 
Sri Mohamed Irfan," 
Captain of Merchant 
ship, Kotaveedhi 
10 
Sri T.Sankar, 
PedaJalaripeta, 
Matsakarula Society 
Secretary 
11 
Sri P.Jagga Rao, 
Visakhapatnam 
12 
Sri P.Venkata Rao, Ex-
Corporator 
13 
Sri Syam Prasad, HRC 
member 
14 
Sri L.F.Raghuram, 
Visakhapatnam, 
15 
Sri Chowdhari Apparao 
16 
Sri Rajasekhar Varma 
of  Loksatta Party 
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17 
Sr,i Brahmaswaroop, 
an electi'ical engineer 
Junction at the city interface is under construction 
at a cost of Rs.9.75 Crores
2. 
Sweeping of roads within the Port by mechanical 
sweeping machine at a cost of Rs.2.81 Crores. 
3. 
Up-gradation and strengthening of BT and CC 
Blocks for Operational Roads including drains and 
Berms (East Zone) at a cost of Rs.16.31 Crores 
4. 
Strengthening and up-gradation of BT and CC 
Blocks for roads including drains and berms 
(Convent Junction to PCR Junction) at a cost of 
Rs.18.32 Crores. 
5. 
Refurbishment  of STP to handle 10MLD with 
proper quality output as per APPCB norms at an 
estimated cost of about Rs. 1.50 crores. 
B) LONG TERM PLANS (DURING 2015-18): 
1.  Reorganization of stackyards , Dismantling 
and construction of old berths like WQ2 to 
WQ5, EQ 5 and EQ 6  
2.  Development of multipurpose  terminal by 
replacing EQ2 to EQ5 and WQ 7 &WQ 8 
with mechanization facilities 
Queries related to Health and Medical facilities 
S.NO 
Query raised 
Reply 
Action plan 
Sri Paka Satya 
Narayana, Backward 
Rights society 
With regard to the Health, VPT is conducting regularly in 
coordination with lndian Red Cross, health camps for the 
residents of the 1 Town Area as a part of CSR activities 
and also regular health checkups are being conducted of 
all the VPT employees who are working in the field and 
there is no evidence/correlation of any illness caused due 
to pollution to the employees. 
1.  Green Vision-Health project for fishermen folk on 
communicable diseases and health awareness 
Project Expenditure:  Rs.9,75,000.00 
2.  Sankar Foundation to perform Cataract Surgeries. 
Project Expenditure : Rs.25,00,000.00 
3.  Indian Red Cross Society for procuring medical 
equipment. 
Project Expenditure: Rs.50,00,000.00 
4.  Govt. ENT Hospital 
OTO Acoustic Emission 
medical equipment. 
Project Expenditure : Rs.2,94,000.00 
Sri A.J.Stalin, City 
secretary, CPI (M), 
Sri Abdul Gaphar, 
Kotaveedhi 
Smt. A.Vimala, Andhra 
Pradesh Mahila 
Samakhya Visakha 
City secretary 
Expansion and other 
Miscellaneous 
problems 
Sri M.A.Rasool, 
Kotaveedhi,  
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Sri Mariadas, A 
voluntary activist 
Miscellaneous and other problems (Beach Erosion, Shifting of Fishing harbour, EIA report prepared by WAPCOS) 
S.NO 
Query raised 
Reply 
Action plan 
Sri Mohamed Irfan," 
Captain of Merchant 
ship, Kotaveedhi 
Covering of coal stack yards with tarpaulins, deployment of 
mobile fog cannons for preventing  the  spreading of dust 
in air during loading and unloading operations 
In order to reduce fugitive dust, agents are covering the 
coal stacks with tarpaulins. However, whenever the agents 
are  not  covering  the  stacks  as  mentioned  above, 
Visakhapatnam port is taking up covering  of the such 
stacks, for which an agency is in place for Supply of 
Tarpaulins and manpower for covering of Coal and other 
Cargo stacks with Tarpaulins  
at cost of Rs.0.85 Crores per annum 
m 
Sri J.D.Naidu, Visakha 
Fishing Harbour 
Matsakarula Society 
Secretaryr 
No immediate plans to shift the Fishing harbour. 
----- 
Sri T.Sankar, 
PedaJalaripeta, 
Matsakarula Society 
Secretary 
The fish catch cannot be related to the construction activity 
of any jetties.  
----- 
Dr. Sharin Rahman, 
Chaitanya Sravanthi 
Organization, 
The EIA report is prepared by accredited agency M/S 
WAPCOS as per required standards after proper scientific 
analysis of  Environment data 
Additional information as sought by EAC are submitted 
Sri J.T.RamaRao, 
Uttharandhra Ikya 
Vedika 
The proposed expansion project of VPT is not in any way 
related to the R.K.Beach erosion. 
As a responsible corporate Citizen VPT have realized the 
problem of erosion in the early 1970s which is mainly due 
to the natural phenomena on account of Sea wave/current 
hence  taken up the beach nourishment activity for past 3 
decades . A quantity of about 4 lakhs cu.m of sand is being 
pumped for the beach nourishment at a cost of about 6.00 
crores 
Part A - Ambient Air Monitoring Reports for the Period of April-2014 to September-2014 
-2014 
Date of
Sampling
Location 1 : ADM Building
PM
10
μg/m
3
PM
2.5
μg/m
3
SO
2
μg/m
3
NOx
μg/m
3
NH
3
μg/m
3
O
3
μg/m
3
CO
μg/m
3
C
6
H
6
μg/m
3
BaP
ng/m
3
Pb
μg/m
3
As  
ng/m
3
Ni 
ng/m
3
03/04/2014
50.2
21.6
9.65
16.86
BDL*
9.74
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
07/04/2014
65.5
23.2
7.55
28.93
BDL*
7.57
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
10/04/2014
48.7
17.8
BDL*
16.08
BDL*
11.43
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
14/04/2014
59.6
15.3
6.31
25.02
BDL*
10.31
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
17/04/2014
73.4
24.2
BDL*
27.70
BDL*
6.51
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
21/04/2014
53.2
19.5
11.71
21.89
BDL*
13.48
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
24/04/2014
61.7
22.4
BDL*
24.23
BDL*
5.17
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
28/04/2014
70.8
18.7
10.63
23.79
BDL*
13.15
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
01/05/2014
56.5
25.7
9.65
25.93
BDL*
9.74
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
05/05/2014
65.6
21.6
7.55
26.61
BDL*
7.57
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
08/05/2014
76.5
16.6
BDL*
32.02
BDL*
11.43
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
12/05/2014
57.3
23.6
6.31
21.65
BDL*
10.31
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
15/05/2014
68.1
29.6
BDL*
31.12
BDL*
6.51
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
19/05/2014
48.6
17.4
11.71
16.91
BDL*
13.48
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
22/05/2014
55.7
24.9
BDL*
19.62
BDL*
5.17
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
26/05/2014
66.1
18.3
10.63
24.47
BDL*
13.15
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
29/05/2014
52.4
20.3
8.39
18.60
BDL*
8.65
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
02/06/2014
52.6
22.5
12.47
22.68
BDL*
14.54
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
05/06/2014
68.9
17.5
8.82
18.60
BDL*
18.49
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
09/06/2014
54.8
28.4
6.58
20.67
BDL*
15.30
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
12/06/2014
62.6
26.3
5.34
16.54
BDL*
19.56
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
16/06/2014
45.6
15.5
13.35
26.55
BDL*
11.57
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
19/06/2014
65.6
23.8
10.67
29.48
BDL*
9.66
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
23/06/2014
59.4
20.9
7.55
28.63
BDL*
17.67
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
26/06/2014
76.4
18.8
5.20
17.53
BDL*
12.70
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
30/06/2014
62.9
24.6
9.69
25.51
BDL*
10.93
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
03/07/2014
71.5
27.6
15.81
30.70
BDL*
15.49
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
07/07/2014
59.5
34.2
14.51
22.58
BDL*
10.21
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
10/07/2014
48.5
25.1
9.60
18.66
BDL*
8.44
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
14/07/2014
56.4
30.9
13.48
27.37
BDL*
17.56
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
17/07/2014
64.5
26.4
11.20
25.52
BDL*
10.46
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
21/07/2014
74.9
18.4
14.10
31.54
BDL*
19.42
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
24/07/2014
42.6
16.3
8.71
16.54
BDL*
6.47
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
28/07/2014
68.3
24.6
10.44
23.50
BDL*
9.52
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
31/07/2014
72.4
20.0
12.34
29.38
BDL*
16.54
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
04/08/2014
61.2
28.0
9.28
27.40
BDL*
11.40
1.03
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
07/08/2014
58.4
24.2
12.74
21.19
BDL*
9.69
0.71
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
11/08/2014
45.7
27.1
8.60
16.31
BDL*
10.36
0.89
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
14/08/2014
49.5
23.8
11.06
18.19
BDL*
8.24
0.96
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
18/08/2014
53.6
25.0
13.43
17.64
BDL*
12.63
0.79
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
21/08/2014
67.4
21.2
12.25
23.07
BDL*
10.56
1.02
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
25/08/2014
43.7
19.2
8.22
15.75
BDL*
7.56
1.05
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
28/08/2014
50.2
27.9
14.43
20.19
BDL*
11.61
1.13
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
01/09/2014
42.6
20.5
7.89
20.62
BDL*
17.67
0.21
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
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Date of
Sampling
Location 1 : ADM Building
PM
10
μg/m
3
PM
2.5
μg/m
3
SO
2
μg/m
3
NOx
μg/m
3
NH
3
μg/m
3
O
3
μg/m
3
CO
μg/m
3
C
6
H
6
μg/m
3
BaP
ng/m
3
Pb
μg/m
3
As  
ng/m
3
Ni 
ng/m
3
04/09/2014
66.3
23.8
11.72
22.73
BDL*
19.52
0.34
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
08/09/2014
52.6
20.9
12.80
27.54
BDL*
12.61
0.30
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
11/09/2014
68.5
35.9
12.40
30.91
BDL*
18.57
0.14
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
15/09/2014
53.8
16.4
14.12
25.02
BDL*
21.72
0.26
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
18/09/2014
61.7
19.2
10.05
22.37
BDL*
14.61
0.29
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
22/09/2014
56.5
16.7
9.58
32.35
BDL*
25.41
0.24
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
25/09/2014
70.7
29.6
14.07
28.38
BDL*
20.32
0.19
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
29/09/2014
44.5
15.0
8.22
17.43
BDL*
12.50
0.11
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
*Below detection limit
Page 2 of 18 
Date of
Sampling
Location 2 : Pond Area in Back Up
PM
10
μg/m
3
PM
2.5
μg/m
3
SO
2
μg/m
3
NOx
μg/m
3
NH
3
μg/m
3
O
3
μg/m
3
CO
μg/m
3
C
6
H
6
μg/m
3
BaP
ng/m
3
Pb
μg/m
3
As  
ng/m
3
Ni 
ng/m
3
03/04/2014
71.9
32.8
14.8
31.9
BDL*
17.5
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
07/04/2014
83.4
27.8
13.6
34.1
BDL*
20.1
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
10/04/2014
74.1
25.7
19.4
25.3
BDL*
15.2
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
14/04/2014
96.5
46.5
9.1
35.7
45.0
12.7
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
12.2
17/04/2014
86.5
41.5
8.7
20.6
BDL*
16.5
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
21/04/2014
60.8
28.2
18.0
38.6
BDL*
18.5
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
24/04/2014
75.6
33.6
9.5
29.8
BDL*
13.3
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
28/04/2014
92.7
36.5
15.4
36.2
31.2
15.8
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
10.2
01/05/2014
80.0
38.2
14.8
34.7
18.1
17.5
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
05/05/2014
92.6
35.7
13.6
31.6
32.5
20.1
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
08/05/2014
84.6
38.6
19.4
24.1
BDL*
15.2
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
12/05/2014
93.6
28.6
9.1
33.5
BDL*
12.7
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
15/05/2014
85.7
30.7
8.7
36.4
BDL*
16.5
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
10.6
19/05/2014
77.4
28.2
18.0
25.3
BDL*
18.5
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
22/05/2014
91.6
37.3
9.5
33.8
BDL*
13.3
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
26/05/2014
95.3
48.5
15.4
40.2
48.4
15.8
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
11.6
29/05/2014
73.6
15.3
17.7
28.4
BDL*
19.3
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
02/06/2014
76.2
34.2
17.7
34.8
BDL*
19.6
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
05/06/2014
82.6
26.7
15.6
37.5
BDL*
23.4
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
09/06/2014
71.6
37.1
10.7
40.6
BDL*
17.5
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
12/06/2014
86.2
39.6
18.5
33.6
16.4
24.2
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
16/06/2014
68.9
23.8
22.5
38.5
BDL*
16.4
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
19/06/2014
78.2
32.5
14.6
32.6
BDL*
21.4
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
23/06/2014
80.8
36.3
8.5
39.5
22.6
25.9
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
11.8
26/06/2014
92.6
42.5
19.4
31.4
BDL*
18.3
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
30/06/2014
88.9
35.4
14.3
29.6
30.7
15.3
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
10.6
03/07/2014
84.6
36.3
18.8
37.6
18.3
21.4
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
07/07/2014
70.2
42.1
21.7
30.5
BDL*
15.3
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
10/07/2014
63.6
37.5
16.7
27.5
BDL*
13.3
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
14/07/2014
76.5
46.3
25.0
35.4
BDL*
23.4
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
17/07/2014
89.5
42.5
20.3
29.5
BDL*
18.6
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
21/07/2014
96.5
30.4
25.7
36.5
30.6
25.7
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
10.4
24/07/2014
65.6
26.7
18.5
25.6
BDL*
11.6
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
28/07/2014
92.4
41.7
18.1
32.5
BDL*
14.6
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
31/07/2014
88.2
47.9
23.0
40.5
22.7
26.4
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
11.6
04/08/2014
68.9
17.1
13.3
31.2
BDL*
14.3
1.1
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
07/08/2014
64.1
32.5
18.8
24.6
BDL*
13.2
0.9
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
11/08/2014
59.1
31.3
15.9
21.2
BDL*
11.3
0.8
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
14/08/2014
38.5
26.3
12.6
24.3
BDL*
9.6
1.0
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
18/08/2014
68.2
29.6
19.1
25.1
BDL*
15.5
1.3
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
21/08/2014
70.5
36.7
16.7
28.5
BDL*
17.5
1.8
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
25/08/2014
52.1
28.7
12.9
20.2
BDL*
8.6
1.4
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
28/08/2014
69.4
31.7
16.6
27.8
BDL*
14.8
1.5
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
01/09/2014
62.6
20.0
19.6
27.3
BDL*
22.5
0.3
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
Page 3 of 18 
Date of
Sampling
Location 2 : Pond Area in Back Up
PM
10
μg/m
3
PM
2.5
μg/m
3
SO
2
μg/m
3
NOx
μg/m
3
NH
3
μg/m
3
O
3
μg/m
3
CO
μg/m
3
C
6
H
6
μg/m
3
BaP
ng/m
3
Pb
μg/m
3
As  
ng/m
3
Ni 
ng/m
3
04/09/2014
86.5
28.8
18.1
30.8
BDL*
24.7
0.4
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
08/09/2014
76.5
35.4
23.0
35.4
BDL*
20.4
0.4
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
11/09/2014
82.6
33.8
23.5
41.1
36.6
23.5
0.2
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
10.1
15/09/2014
92.6
42.5
25.0
33.4
BDL*
25.9
0.3
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
18/09/2014
88.6
40.4
17.3
28.1
20.7
17.4
0.4
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
11.5
22/09/2014
78.2
29.6
20.5
38.6
BDL*
27.7
0.3
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
25/09/2014
81.4
36.7
16.5
34.9
18.6
16.4
0.3
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
29/09/2014
68.4
28.3
17.5
28.4
BDL*
14.7
0.2
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
BDL*
*Below detection limit
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