health impact assessment

Mae Wong dam EHIA 'deeply flawed'

Date of Release: 
Nov 8 2014

The environmental health impact assessment for the Mae Wong Dam is too flawed for the project to get approved, environmentalists told an academic forum yesterday.

Somruthai Tasaduak, of the Water Resource Engineering Department at Kasetsart University, said the EHIA clearly showed key information about the project was missing.

"There are no details on how to direct water to communities and how to ensure that the water volume will be adequate for those who live downstream," he said. Somruthai said information on construction was also missing.

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Academic panel to review dam report

Date of Release: 
Oct 15 2013

A GOVERNMENT-assigned academic panel has been assigned to look into the environmental impact of the Mae Wong dam in Nakhon Sawan, after environmentalists raised eight points of concern over the project's environmental and health impact assessment (EHIA) report.

Meanwhile, the Royal Irrigation Department (RID) said it would halt plant to construct the dam, now listed under the government's Bt 350-billion water and flood management scheme.

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Project Shell Eastern Petrochemicals Complex: Ethylene Cracker Complex & Mono Ethylene Glycol Plant, Singapore

Published Date: 
06/2006

Shell Eastern Petroleum (Pte) Limited (SEPL) is planning a major petrochemicals development project in Singapore consisting of the following three elements:

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