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Procedures for the "B" List Projects

  1. The developer applies to the CAA, before any construction works are initiated, with a letter of intent to undertake certain specific project considered "(B) listed project" and attaches the Environmental Screening Form "B".
  2. The CAA registers the documents and checks whether the selected category is correct and whether the information submitted complies with required information.
  3. The CAA checks the documents and formally submits applicant's documents to the EEAA for review and evaluation.
  4. The EEAA evaluates the documents and submits to the CAA its opinions and possible proposals for measures to be taken so as to ensure the protection of the environment within 30 days of the EEAA's receival of the completed documents. Failure to do so shall be considered as an approval of the assessment.
  5. The EEAA registers the documents, its opinions and proposals in the EIA register at the EEAA.
  6. The CAA officially notifies the developer by registered letter with an acknowledgment of receipt about the final result of the evaluation. The result can be either:
    1. An approval of the project including possible measures to be taken to ensure the protection of the environment.
    2. A disapproval of the project.
    3. A formal request to the developer to complete a scoped EIA study for certain impacts/processes of the project in accordance with the Terms of Reference prepared by the EEAA.
  7. The CAA forwards a copy of its decision to the EEAA, which registers it in the EIA register.
  8. The CAA ensures implementation of the decision.
  9. The developer can appeal the decisions mentioned in a) or b) to the Permanent Appeals Committee in writing within 30 days of receipt.
  10. Documents Required: Environmental Screening Form"B" available at CAA.

Procedures (when scoped EIA is requested):

  1. In case the developer is requested to conduct a scoped EIA study for certain selected impacts/processes, the developer must submit a completed study to the CAA.
  2. The CAA registers the study and checks whether the information included in the scoped EIA study complies with required information according to the Terms of Reference.
  3. The CAA checks the documents and formally submits applicant's documents to the EEAA for review and evaluation.
  4. The EEAA evaluates the study and submits to the CAA, within 30 days of the EEAA's receival of the completed documents, its opinion and possible proposals for measures to be taken in order to ensure the protection of the environment. Failure to do so shall be considered as an approval of the assessment.
  5. The EEAA registers the documents, its opinion and proposals in the EIA register at the EEAA.
  6. The CAA officially notifies the developer by registered letter with an acknowledgment of receipt about the final result of the evaluation. The result can be either:
    1. An approval of the project including possible measures to be taken to ensure the protection of the environment.
    2. A disapproval of the proposed project.
  7. The CAA forwards a copy of its decision to the EEAA, which register it in the EIA register.
  8. The CAA ensures implementation of the decision.
  9. The developer can appeal the decisions mentioned in a) and b) to the Permanent Appeals Committee in writing within 30 days of receipt.
  10. Documents required: Terms of Reference for a scoped EIA prepared by the EEAA.

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