Thông tư 43/2015/TT-BTNMT

Circular No. 43/2015/TT-BTNMT dated September 29, 2015, on state of the environment report, set of environmental indicators and management of environmental monitoring data

Nội dung toàn văn Circular 43/2015/TT-BTNMT environment report set indicators management environmental data


MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
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SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM
Independence - Freedom - Happiness
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No. 43/2015/TT-BTNMT

Hanoi, September 29, 2015

 

CIRCULAR

ON STATE OF THE ENVIRONMENT REPORT, SET OF ENVIRONMENTAL INDICATORS AND MANAGEMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING DATA

Pursuant to the Law on Environmental Protection dated June 23, 2014;

Pursuant to the Government's Decree No. 21/2013/ND-CP on March 04, 2013 on defining the functions, tasks, powers and organizational structure of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment;

At the request of General Director of Vietnam Environment Administration, General Director of the Legal Department,

The Minister of Natural Resources and Environment herby promulgates the Circular on state of the environment report, set of environmental indicators and management of environmental monitoring data.

Chapter I

GENERAL PROVISIONS

Article 1. Scope

This Circular details Clause 1 Article 127, Clause 2 Article 132, and Clause 3 Article 137 of the Law on Environmental Protection 2014.

Article 2. Regulated entities

This Circular applies to:

1. The State management authorities for environmental protection, organizations and individuals involved in report on national state of the environment, thematic report on national environment, report on local state of the environment, thematic report on local environment; development and implementation of the set of environmental indicators.

2. Regulatory authorities, domestic and foreign organizations and individuals implementing national environmental monitoring program; provincial environmental monitoring program; environmental monitoring program of industrial parks, export processing zones, high-tech zones, industrial clusters, trade villages and production, trading and service establishments within the territory of Vietnam.

Article 3. Definitions

In this Circular, the following terms are construed as follows:

1. The state of the environment report includes report on national state of the environment, thematic report on national environment, report on local state of the environment, thematic report on local environment.

2. The thematic report on environment means a state of the environment report that focuses on a topic of environment or an environmental component that currently attracts much attention of society and environmental management agencies.

3. The set of environmental indicator means a collection of environmental indicators. The environmental indicator includes 01 or more secondary indicators.

4. The secondary indicator means one or a group of basic environmental parameters, directly related to each environmental indicator.

5. The environmental indicator card means a tool used to manage the data of each environmental indicator.

6. The DPSIR model means a model describing the reciprocal relationship between Driving force - D (socio-economic development, underlying causes of environmental changes) - Pressure - P (direct discharges and emissions polluting and degrading the environmental) - State - S (the state of environmental quality) - Impact - I (impact of environmental pollution on public health, socio-economic development and Ecological environment) - Response - R (the State and societal reponses to environmental protection).

Chapter II

STATE OF THE ENVIRONMENT REPORT AND SET OF ENVIRONMENTAL INDICATORS

Section 1. STATE OF THE ENVIRONMENT REPORT

Article 4. Responsibilities and time for preparation for state of the environment report

1. The Vietnam Environment Administration shall assist the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment in preparing report on national state of the environment and thematic report on national environment as prescribed in Clause 1 Article 137 of the Law on Environmental Protection 2014. The report shall be prepared and approved ahead of May of the preceeding year.

2. The Department of Natural Resources and Environment of central-affiliated provinces and cities (below collectively referred to as the “Department of Natural Resources and Environment”) shall assist People’s Committees of central-affiliated provinces and cities (below collectively referred to as “Provincial-level People’s Committee”) in preparing report on local state of the environment and thematic report on local environment as prescribed in Clause 2 Article 137 of the Law on Environmental Protection 2014. The report shall be prepared and approved ahead of October of the year in which it is prepared.

Article 5. Methods of preparation for state of the environment report

1. The state of the environment report is prepared according to the model Driving force - Pressure - State - Impact - Response (the DPSIR model).

2. The set of environmental indicators set forth in Section 2 of this Chapter shall be used to collect information and data.

Article 6. The sources of information for preparation of state of the environment report

1. The environmental information from the report on national state of the environment, thematic report on national environment and report on local state of the environment, thematic report on local environment that are all approved.

2. Information from the Statistical Yearbook of the country, ministries and local governments.

3. Results of the environmental monitoring programs.

4. Information from ministries, departments, and relevant entities.

5. Information from other sources: results of scientific research programs or scientific research projects at state, ministerial and provincial levels that are all accepted.

6. Information from the programs on surveys and additional investigations on thematic environmental issues for the provision of data for the preparation for state of the environment report.

Article 7. Assessments in state of the environment report

1. Assessment of the achievement of environmental targets and environmental objectives in the national socio-economic development plan, for the national state of the environment report, the socio-economic development plan of the provinces and cities, for the local state of the environment report.

2. Assessment of environmental quality in areas, regions, provinces and cities for the national state of the environment report, assessment of environmental quality in districts and communes for the local state of the environment report.

3. Assessment of environmental quality during the year and reporting periods.

4. Assessment of environmental parameters in comparison with environmental technical standards or environmental standards.

5. The assessment prescribed in Clauses 1, 2, 3 and Clause 4 of this Article is carried out to analyze and classify environmental issues, thereby determining the national or local environmental issues of concern.

Article 8. Format and contents of state of the environment report

1. Format and contents of a state of the environment report must comply with the Appendix I enclosed with this Circular.

2. Format and contents of a thematic report on environment must comply with the Appendix II enclosed with this Circular.

During the reporting process, based on the current situation, irrelevant contents shall be applied or eliminated; the order shall be retained or changed but ensure full contents set forth in Article 138 of the Law on Environmental Protection 2014.

Article 9: The order of preparation for state of the environment report

1. Propose, submit the theme of the thematic report on environment for approval.

2. Make an outline of the report.

3. Collect, summarize and handle information and data.

4. Draw up a draft of the report.

5. Consult with relevant entities about the draft of report.

6. Submit and approve the report.

7. Provide and publish the report.

The order of preparation for state of the environment report must comply with regulations set forth in Articles 10, 11, 12, and Article 13 of this Circular.

Article 10. Proposal and approval for the theme of thematic report on environment for approval.

1. Based on the burning environmental issues and the State management on environment, the Vietnam Environment Administration shall propose and submit the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment for approval for the theme of thematic report on national environment before the year in which the report is prepared.

2. Based on the burning environmental issues and the State management on local environment, the Department of Natural Resources and Environment shall propose and submit the Provincial-level People’s Committee the decision on preparation for thematic report on local environment before the year in which the report is prepared.

Article 11. Consultation with relevant entities about the draft of report

1. Based on the current situation, the Vietnam Environment Administration and the Department of Natural Resources and Environment may select one or more of the following consultations:

a) Meeting of the Experts Group;

b) Seminar for consultation between relevant entities;

c) Written request for opinions

2. The written request for opinions set forth in Point c Clause 1 of this Article is made as follows:

a) The draft of national state of the environment report submitted to ministries, local governments and relevant entities for request for opinions;

b) The draft of local state of the environment report submitted to departments, boards and relevant entities at local governments for request for opinions.

Article 12. Report submission and approval

1. The Vietnam Environment Administration shall submit the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment the approval for report on national state of the environment and thematic report on national environment.

2. The Department of Natural Resources and Environment shall submit the Provincial-level People’s Committee the approval for report on local state of the environment and thematic report on local environment.

Article 13. Provision and publication of the report

1. Provision of state of the environment report

a) The approved report on national state of the environment and thematic report on national environment shall be submitted to authorities of the National Assembly and Government, regulatory authorities, and relevant organizations and individuals;

b) The approved report on local state of the environment and thematic report on local environment shall be submitted to the People's Council at the same level, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, relevant departments, boards, organizations and individuals.

2. Publication of state of the environment report:

a) The report on national state of the environment and thematic report on national environment shall be published on the portal of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment;

b) The report on local state of the environment and thematic report on local environment shall be published on the portal of the Provincial-level People’s Committee.

Section 2. ENVIRONMENTAL INDICATORS

Article 14: The set of environmental indicators

1. The set of national environmental indicators consists of 36 environmental indicators, 93 secondary indicators divided into 05 groups: driving force indicator group, pressure indicator group, state indicator group, impact indicator group and response indicator group.

2. The set of national environmental indicators is prescribed in the Appendix III enclosed with this Circular.

3. The set of local environmental indicators is developed and issued by the Provincial-People’s Committee based on the national environmental indicators.

Article 15. Development of the set of environmental indicators

1. The Vietnam Environment Administration shall assist the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment in developing the set of national environmental indicators as prescribed in Clause 2 Article 132 of the Law on Environmental Protection 2014. Every 05 (five) years, the Vietnam Environment Administration shall review and submit them to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment for consideration and amendments.

2. The Department of Natural Resources and Environment shall assist the Provincial-level People’s Committee in developing the set of local environmental indicators as prescribed in Clause 3 Article 132 of the Law on Environmental Protection 2014 to make sure that the number of indicators reaches at least 75% of that of the national environmental indicators and full 05 (five) components of the DPSIR model.

Article 16. Update on the information and data of the set of environmental indicators

1. Information and data of each environmental indicator shall be managed by the environmental indicator card prescribed in the Appendix IV enclosed with this Circular.

2. The information and data of the set of environmental indicators shall be updated from the sources set forth in Article 6 of this Circular.

3. Annually, the agencies assigned to manage the set of environmental indicators shall update information and data to the set of environmental indicators.

Article 17: Managament of the set of environmental indicators

1. The agencies developing the set of environmental indicators described in Clause 1, Clause 2, Article 15 of this Circular shall be responsible for recording and reporting the set of environmental indicators in accordance with applicable law.

2. The Vietnam Environment Administration shall establish and submit a database of the set of national environmental indicators to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment; give guidance to the Department of Natural Resources and Environment on the establishment of the set of local environmental indicators.

Article 18: Use of the set of environmental indicators

1. The set of environmental indicators shall be used to track and assess the progress of environmental quality; aid in the preparation of report on national and report on local state of the environment.

2. The set of environmental indicators shall be used to assess the implementation of environmental targets described in the national and local socio-economic development plans.

Chapter III

ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING DATA MANAGEMENT

Article 19. Environmental monitoring data

1. The environmental monitoring data includes:

a) Periodical environmental monitoring result and continuous environmental monitoring result of the environmental monitoring program set forth in Clause 2 of this Article;

b) A report on result of environmental monitoring includes: a periodical report on result of environmental monitoring and annual general report (for periodical monitoring); monthly, quarterly and yearly reports on result of environmental monitoring (for continuous monitoring). Reports on monitoring result must include the implementation result of QA/QC in environmental monitoring.

2. The environmental monitoring programs:

a) The national environmental monitoring program includes environmental monitoring programs at inter-provincial river and lake basins; key economic zones; trans-border and geographically distinct zones.

b) The provincial environmental monitoring program includes monitoring programs on environmental components in the area;

c) The environmental monitoring program of industrial parks, export processing zones, high-tech zones, industrial clusters, trade villages and production, trading and service establishments includes monitoring programs on emissions and environmental components in accordance with the law.

Article 20. Mangament of environmental monitoring data

1. The Vietnam Environment Administration shall assist the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment in managing the national environmental monitoring data as prescribed in Clause 1 Article 127 of the Law on Environmental Protection 2014.

2. The Department of Natural Resources and Environment shall assist the Provincial-level People’s Committee in managing the local environmental monitoring data as prescribed in Clause 2 Article 127 of the Law on Environmental Protection 2014.

3. Industrial parks, export processing zones, high-tech zones, industrial clusters, and production, trading and service establishments shall manage the environmental monitoring data as prescribed in Clause 3 Article 127 of the Law on Environmental Protection 2014.

Article 21. Reporting of environmental monitoring data

1. The entities affiliated to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, entities affiliated to the network of national environmental monitoring assigned expenses from the State budget to run environmental monitoring programs shall be responsible for sending the Vietnam Environment Administration the relevant data on environmental monitoring prescribed in Clause 1 Article 19 of this Circular to summarize and submit a report to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment.

2. The Department of Natural Resources and Environment shall report the environmental monitoring data prescribed in Clause 1 Article 19 of this Circular to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment.

3. Investors constructing and trading in technical infrastructure of economic zones, industrial parks, export processing zones and hi-tech parks shall submit a report according to regulations on environmental protection in economic zones, industrial parks, export processing zones and hi-tech parks.

4. The production, trading and service establishments which are not prescribed in Clause 3 of this Article shall submit a report to the authorities that have the power to appraise and give approval for environmental impact assessment reports or certify environmental protection plans.

5. Agencies, entities and organizations prescribed in Clauses 1, 2, 3 and Clause 4 of this Article shall be responsible for monitoring and ensuring the quality, accuracy and reliability of the environmental monitoring data.

6. The report on environmental monitoring data prescribed in Clause 1, Clause 2, Clause 4 of this Article shall be made according to the forms and frequency prescribed in Article 22, Article 23 of this Circular.

Article 22. Forms of the report on environmental monitoring data

1. Forms of the environmental monitoring data

a) Format of environmental monitoring data: data set forth in Clause 1, Article 19 of this Circular is stored in a computer file in word format (.doc or .docx) for environment monitoring reports; excel file format (.xls or .xlsx) for periodic monitoring results; text file for automatic continuous monitoring results; and is printed on paper (except for automatic continuous monitoring results);

b) The form of a periodic and annual report on monitoring results shall comply the Table A1, Table A2, the form of a report on automatic continuous air monitoring result shall comply with Table A3, Table A4, the form of a report on automatic continuous water monitoring result shall comply with Table A5, Table A6 of Apppendix V enclosed with this Circular;

c) The periodic monitoring result is saved in excel file format (.xls hoặc .xlsx), standard Unicode format; result of automatic continuous monitoring (including monitoring results and calibration results) is saved as text files in ASCII format (Vietnamese without diacritics).

2. Submission and receipt of environmental monitoring data:

a) Monitoring reports and results shall be bound into volumes bearing the signature and stamp of the reporting agency and 01 copy shall be submitted to a receiving agency described in Clauses 1, 2, 3 and Clause 4, Article 21 of this Circular. Report files shall be sent via e-mail or portal of the receiving agency;

b) The receiving ageny shall confirm the receipt of report in writing and submit it to the reporting agencies. The written document shall act as a basis for determination of fulfillment of environmental monitoring tasks.

Article 23. Reporting frequency of environmental monitoring data

1. For the entities running the national environmental monitoring programs, the reporting frequency is as follows:

a) Submit results and reports on periodic environmental monitoring at least 30 days after the last day of monitoring;

b) Submit results and reports on a monthly and quarterly basis ahead of the 15th of the preceeding month;

c) Submit an annual general report on periodic environmental monitoring result and automatic continuous environmental monitoring result before March 15 of the preceeding year.

d) Continuously submit automatic monitoring results in real time.

2. For the Department of Natural Resources and Environment, the reporting frequency is as follows:

a) Submit an annual general report on periodic environmental monitoring result and automatic continuous environmental monitoring result before March 31 of the preceeding year.

b) Continuously submit (24/24 hours) automatic continuous monitoring results online to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment. The monitoring results submitted to Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment shall meet the demand for provision and use of information and reach at least 80% of expected monitoring results of the monitoring programs.

3. For industrial parks, export processing zones, hi-tech parks, industrial clusters, trade villages, and production, trading and service establishments:

a) The environmental monitoring data of conomic zones, industrial parks, export processing zones and hi-tech parks shall be reported according to regulations on environmental protection in economic zones, industrial parks, export processing zones and hi-tech parks as prescribed.

b) The production, trading and service establishments prescribed in Clause 4 Article 21 of this Circular shall submit a report on periodic monitoring results at least 30 days after the last day of monitoring; the production, trading and service establishments prescribed in Clause 3 Article 39 of the Government’s Decree No. 38/2015/ND-CP dated April 24, 2015 on management of waste and discarded materials shall continuously submit automatic continuous monitoring results in real time to the Department of Natural Resources and Environment of the local governments.

Article 24. Recording and publication of environmental monitoring data

1. The agencies assigned to manage environmental monitoring data set forth in Article 20 of this Circular shall be responsible for recording in accordance with applicable law.

2. The Vietnam Environment Administration shall establish and submit a national environmental monitoring database to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment; give guidance to the Department of Natural Resources and Environment on the establishment of local environmental monitoring database.

3. Annually, the Vietnam Environment Administration shall update and publish list of national environmental monitoring data on the portal of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment and Vietnam Environment Administration.

4. Annually, the Department of Natural Resources and Environment shall update and publish list of local environmental monitoring data on the portal of the Provincial-level People’s Committee and the Department of Natural Resources and Environment.

Chapter IV

IMPLEMENTATION PROVISIONS

Article 25. Expenses for preparation of state of the environment report, set of environmental indicators and management of environmental monitoring data

Expenses for preparation of state of the environment report, set of environmental indicators and environmental monitoring data management are covered by the State budget appropriations for environmental issues.

Article 26. Effect

1. This Circular comes into force from December 01, 2015.

2. The Circular No. 08/2010/TT-BTNMT dated March 18, 2010 of the Minister of Natural Resources and Environment on the preparation of the report on the national environment, report on the environmental impacts of the sector and industry and report on provincial state of the environment; the Circular No. 09/2009/TT-BTNMT dated August 11, 2009 of the Minister of Natural Resources and Environment on the development and management of national environmental indicators and the Circular No. 10/2009/TT-BTNMT dated August 11, 2009 of the Minister of Natural Resources and Environment on the set of national environmental indicators for air, surface water and coastal seawater environments shall expire since this Circular comes into force.

Article 27. Implementation

1. The Vietnam Environment Administration shall be responsible for providing instructions, conducting inspection and supervision of the implementation of this Circular; providing instructions on methods,  summarizing information for the set of environmental indicators, and assisting the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment in providing detailed instructions on the structure and file format of environmental monitoring data.

2. The State management agencies for environmental protection, organizations and individuals involved in report on national state of the environment, development and implementation of the set of environmental indicators; implementing national environmental monitoring program; provincial environmental monitoring program; environmental monitoring program of industrial parks, export processing zones, high-tech zones, industrial clusters, trade villages and production, trading and service establishments, shall be responsible for implementing this Circular.

3. Difficulties that arise during the implementation of this Circular should be promptly reported to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment.

 

 

MINISTER




Nguyen Minh Quang

 

APPENDIX I

FORMAT OF THE REPORT ON NATIONAL STATE OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND REPORT ON LOCAL CURRENT ENVIRONMENTAL
(Enclosed with the Circular No. 43/2015/TT-BTNMT dated September 29, 2015 of the Minister of Natural Resources and Environment)

List of persons involved in the preparation

List of Tables

List of Charts

List of Pictures

List of Frames

List of Abbreviations

Index

Foreword

Abstract

- General introduction of the report: purposes, scope; subjects; guidance for readers.

- Brief summary of the report's Chapters and Sections.

Chapter I. Overview of natural conditions and socio-economic development of the country/local goverments

1.1. Overview of natural conditions

Describe the characteristics of geographic location, terrain, hydrological system, climate that impact the natural and local environment.

1.2. Socio-economic development

1.2.1. Economic development

General requirements: overview of development and distribution by industries and sectors; Contribution rate and GDP and GRDP growth rate of the whole industry by sector; comparison through stages; development trend of the industry and sector upon the implementation of development plans; role and impact of economic growth on social life and environment.

- Industrial development

- Construction development

- Energy development

- Transportation development

- Agriculture, forestry and fishery development

- Medical activities

- Tourism, service, business and import and export development

1.2.2. Society

General requirements: Overview of social context in the country; description of the mechanical growth of population and the transformation of rural and urban populations; forecasts about population growth, migration to urban areas; overview of the impact of population growth and migration on the environment.

- Social context in the country

- Population and migration.

- Urban development.

1.2.3. International integration

- National and local trend towards international integration.

- National and local challenges in economic and environmental development in connection with international agreements and conventions to which Vietnam is a contracting party or obliged to implement.

Chapter II. Pressure from socio-economic development on the environment

General requirements: describe socio-economic development on the environment by analyzing negative impacts that are reflected by the estimated amount of waste discharges caused by socio-economic development activities, which then aids in identifying from where the major pollution issues are derived.

2.1. Pressure from population, migration and urbanization

General requirements: describe pressure from population, migration, and urbanization on the environment by analyzing negative impacts that are reflected by the estimated amount of discharge of pollutants in sewage, which then aids in identifying from where the major pollution issues are derived; estimated total amount of waste discharged into the environment.

The following contents shall be included:

- Estimated amount of discharges of pollutants in sewage by areas, regions, provinces, cities at national level and district at local level based on the estimated assessment results of pressure from population, migration and urbanization on the environment.

- Estimated amount of discharges of pollutants in sewage by areas, regions, provinces, cities at national level and district at local level based on the estimated assessment results of pressure from population, migration and urbanization on the environment.

- 2.1. Impacts of population growth, migration and urbanization on national and local land fund.

2.2. Pressure from industrial activities

General requirements: describe pressure from industrial activities on the environment by analyzing negative impacts that are reflected by the amount of waste (water waste, emissions) produced during industrial activities, which then acts as a basis for the assessment of pressure from industrial activities on the environment.

2.3. Pressure from construction activities

General requirements: describe pressure from industrial activities on the environment by analyzing negative impacts that are reflected by the amount of waste (water waste, emissions) produced during construction activities, which then acts as a basis for the assessment of pressure from construction activities on the environment.

2.4. Pressure from energy activities

General requirements: describe pressure from energy activities on the environment by analyzing negative impacts that are reflected by the amount of waste (water waste, emissions) produced during energy activities, which then acts as a basis for the assessment of pressure from energy activities on the environment.

2.5. Pressure from transportation activities

General requirements: describe pressure from  transportation activities on the environment by analyzing negative impacts that are reflected by the amount of waste (water waste, emissions) produced during construction activities, which then acts as a basis for the assessment of pressure from transportation activities on the environment.

2.6. Pressure from agriculture, forestry and fishery activities

General requirements: describe pressure from agriculture, forestry and fishery activities on the environment by analyzing negative impacts that are reflected by the amount of waste (water waste, emissions) produced during construction activities, which then acts as a basis for the assessment of pressure from agriculture, forestry and fishery activities on the environment.

2.7. Pressure from medical activities

General requirements: describe pressure from medical activities on the environment by analyzing negative impacts that are reflected by the amount of waste (water waste, emissions) produced during construction activities, which then acts as a basis for the assessment of pressure from medical activities on the environment.

2.8. Pressure from tourism, service, business and import and export activities

General requirements: describe pressure from tourism, service, business and import and export activities on the environment by analyzing negative impacts that are reflected by the amount of waste (water waste, emissions) produced during tourism, service, business and import and export activities, which then acts as a basis for the assessment of pressure from tourism, service, business and import and export activities on the environment.

Chapter III. Water environment state

3.1. Surface water

3.1.1. Surface water resources

3.1.2. Pollution progress

- Overview of progress of surface water quality based on characteristic parameters.

- Comparison of surface water quality, presented via chart or map:

+ with national technical regulation.

+ with years and period of preparation for reports at national and local levels.

+ with regions and areas at national level and districts at local level.

- National and local-level burning issues about surface water environment.

3.2. Underground water

3.2.1. Underground water resources

3.2.2. Pollution progress

- Overview of progress of underground water quality based on characteristic parameters.

- Comparison of underground water quality, presented via chart or map:

+ with national technical regulation.

+ with years and period of preparation for reports at national and local levels.

+ with regions and areas at national level and districts at local levels.

- National and local-level burning issues about underground water environment.

3.3. Coastal marine environment

- Overview of progress of sea water quality based on characteristic parameters.

- Comparison of sea water quality, presented via chart or map:

+ with national technical regulation.

+ with years and period of preparation for reports at national and local levels.

+ with regions and areas at national level and districts at local levels.

- National and local-level burning issues about coastal marine environment.

Chapter IV. Air environment state

- Overview of progress of air quality based on characteristic parameters.

- Overview of noise and vibration levels in industrial areas, industrial zones (complexes); construction areas; high-density roads, trade villages.

- Comparison of air quality, noise and vibration levels, presented via chart or map:

+ with national technical regulation.

+ with years and 5-year period at national and local levels.

+ with regions and areas at national level and districts at local levels.

- National and local-level burning issues about air environment; iusses about emission control; uses of national database on exhaust fumes for assessment of air environment quality.

Chapter V. Land environment state

5.1. Land use status

- Overview of land use status and issues about land repurposing and their pressure on the environment.

- Overview and assessment of improvement and rehabilitation of land environment.

5.2. Land pollution progress

- Overview of progress of land environment quality based on characteristic parameters.

- Comparison of land environment quality, presented via chart or map:

+ with national technical regulation.

+ with years and 5-year period at national and local levels.

+ with regions and areas at national level and districts at local levels.

- National and local-level burning issues about land environment.

Chapter VI. Biodiversity state

Requirements: Description of biodiversity state and progress. Overview of biodiversity progress of ecosystems at national and local levels.

- Forest ecosystems.

- Mangrove forests (only applicable to the local governments having mangrove forests).

- Wetland

- Coral reefs and seagrass beds (only applicable to coastal areas).

- Other ecosystems.

- Species and genetic resources.

Chapter VII. Management of solid waste

7.1. Overview of management of solid waste

7.2. Management of urban solid waste

- Classification and collection of urban solid waste.

- Reuse and recycling of urban solid waste.

- Treatment and destruction of urban solid waste.

- Urban hazardous wastes.

7.3. Management of agricultural and rural solid waste

- Classification and collection of agricultural and rural solid waste

- Reuse and recycling of agricultural and rural solid waste.

- Treatment and destruction of agricultural and rural solid waste.

- Agricultural and rural hazardous solid waste.

7.4. Management of industrial solid wastes

- Collection and transport of industrial waste.

- Treatment and recycling of industrial solid waste.

- Industrial hazardous solid waste.

7.5. Management of medical solid wastes

- Classification, collection, and transport of medical solid waste.

- Treatment and recycling of normal medical solid waste.

- Medical hazardous waste.

7.6. Import and export of discarded materials

- Analyze and assess the import and export of discarded materials, management and relevant issues.

Chapter VIII. Climate change, natural disasters, and environmental emergencies

8.1. Greenhouse gas emissions

- Analyze and assess greenhouse gas emissions, and sources of greenhouse gas emissions.

8.2. Effect of climate change

- Analyze and assess the progress of climate change at national and local levels and effects on society, economy, ecological environment and human.

8.3. Natural disasters

- Overview of natural disaster state at national and local levels.

- Losses caused by natural disasters, which then acts as a basis for the assessment of pressure from natural disasters on the environment at national and local levels.

8.4: Environmental emergencies

- Overview of state of the environmental emergency at national and local levels.

- Losses caused by environmental emergencies at national and local levels.

Chapter IX. Impacts of environmental pollution

9.1. Impacts of environmental pollution on human health

- Direct impacts due to water pollution reflected through related diseases.

- Direct impacts due to air pollution reflected through related diseases.

- Indirect impacts due to land pollution.

- Indirect impacts due to pollution caused by solid waste.

9.2. Impacts of environmental pollution on socio-economic issues

- Economic loss due to disease burden.

- Economic loss due to effects on business activities of the industry and sector.

- Economic loss due to expenses for environmental improvement.

9.3. Impacts of environmental pollution on  landscapes and ecosystems

9.4. Creation of environmental conflicts

Requirements: description of environmental conflicts manifested through conflicts over interests between social groups in exploiting and using natural resources; conflicts between social groups in assuming the burden of impact of environmental pollution and natural resource degradations, and defining the responsibility for treatment and remedying of environmental pollution.

Chapter X. Environmental management

Requirements: assessment of environment management at national and local levels reflected through the effectiveness and adequacy of policies and regulations directly related to environmental components, issues addressed and issues paid attention to environmental management, which then acts as a basis for recommendations of issues that need addressing first.

10.1. The implementation of environmental targets described in the national and local socio-economic development plans

10.2. Policies and legislative documents

- Highlight policies and legislative documents to create legal framework for environmental protection at national and local levels.

10.3. Environmental management systems

- System for organizing and assigning responsibility for environmental management at central government, local governments for national level, at provinces, districts, communes, wards, towns for local level.

10.4. Finance and investment for environmental protection

- Investment from the State budget allocated to national and local levels.

- Investment and financial support from environmental protection fund at national and local levels.

- Investment from the community participation at national and local levels.

- Investment and financial support from international cooperative projects at national and local levels.

10.5. Use of tools for environmental management

- Carry out strategic environmental assessment, and environmental impact assessment at national and local levels.

- Inspect and handle violations against the law on environmental protection at national and local levels.

- Control pollution and treat sources of pollution at national and local levels.

- Provide information on environmental monitoring at national and local levels.

- Apply the economic tool to environmental management at national and local levels.

10.6. Scientific and technological research and application of new technology

- Scientific and technological research at national and local levels.

- Technology transfer at national and local levels.

- Application of cleaner production technology at national and local levels.

10.7. Improvement of public awareness and private sector involvement in environmental protection

10.8. International cooperation in environmental protection

Chapter XI. Challenges in environmental protection, orientations and solutions to environmental protection in the next 5 years

11.1. Environmental challenges

- Summary of environmental challenges at the present time.

- A number of environmental challenges in the coming time.

11.2. Orientations and solutions to environmental protection in the next 5 years.

- Develop and implement corresponding schemes and programs on environmental protection to address burning issues about the environment.

- Complete policies and law on environmental protection.

- Complete environmental management systems.

- Enhance the effectiveness of tools in managing environment.

- Promote finance and investment for environmental protection.

-  Improve public awareness and private sector involvement in environmental protection.

- Promote international cooperation.

- Solutions in connection with some industries.

Conclusion and recommendations

List of references

 

APPENDIX II

FORMAT OF THE THEMATIC REPORT ON NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT AND THEMATIC REPORT ON LOCAL ENVIRONMENT
(Enclosed with the Circular No. 43/2015/TT-BTNMT dated September 29, 2015 of the Minister of Natural Resources and Environment)

List of persons involved in the preparation

List of Tables

List of Diagrams

List of Pictures

List of Boxes

List of Abbreviations

Foreword

Abstract

- Introduction of the theme of report.

- General introduction of the thematic report: general information on purposes, scope, reasons for selecting the theme, and subjects of the report.

Chapter I. Overview of environmental issues (the selected environmental theme)

- Describe the natural characteristics and socio-economic development directly impacting the selected environmental theme. Analyze those impacts.

Chapter II. Pressure from environmental pollution

Requirements: describe pressure from environmental pollution by analyzing negative impacts reflected by amount of pollutant discharges, which then acts as a basis for assessment of reasons for pressure from environmental according to the selected themes.

- Amount of pollutant discharges produced from sources of pollution impacted environmental issues (the selected theme of the report).

- Assessment of direct reasons for pressure and major driving forces leading to that pressure.

- Comparison of the above-mentioned pollutant discharges with years, industries, sectors to the environment.

- Comparison of progress of sources of pollution and target for pollution reduction.

Chapter III. The state of the environment of the selected environmental theme

- Description of progress of characteristic parameters, assessment of environmental quality. Comparison of those parameters with environmental technical regulations.

- Assessment of pollution level by space and time.

Chapter IV. Impacts of environmental pollution

- Describe the impacts of environmental pollution (the theme of report) on:

4.1. Human health reflected through diseases in connection with environmental pollution.

4.2. Socio-economic development

4.3. Landscapes and ecosystems.

Chapter V. Situation of environmental management

Requirements: assessment of the situation of environmental management for the environmental theme of the report. The done tasks (success) and noteworthy issues (shortcomings and challenges).

- Success (in policies, law, orgianization and implementation of thematic environmental protection activities)

- Shortcomings and challenges (in management, planning, law, resources, investment capital for the environment and implementation of thematic environmental protection activities, etc.).

Chapter VI. Challenges in environmental protection, orientations and solutions to environmental protection

6.1. Environmental challenges (the selected theme of report)

- Summary of environmental challenges at the time of preparing the report (in connection with the selected theme of report).

- A number of challenges (in connection with the theme of report) in the coming time.

6.2. Orientations and solutions to environmental protection (the selected theme of report)

- Solutions to environmental management structure.

- Solutions to policies, regulations, law on environmental protection (the selected theme of report)

- Solutions to finance and investment for environmental protection (the selected theme of report)

- Issues concerning the improvement of quality control, monitoring and warning of environmental pollution (the selected theme of report).

- Issues concerning human resources, solutions to enhancement of community participation in environmental protection (the selected theme of report).

- Other specific solutions (the selected theme of report)

Conclusion and recommendations

List of references

 

APPENDIX III

THE SET OF NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL INDICATORS
(Enclosed with the Circular No. 43/2015/TT-BTNMT dated September 29, 2015 of the Minister of Natural Resources and Environment)

Groups of indicator

No.

Name of indicators

No.

Name of secondary indicators

Unit

Description

Driving force

1

Population development

1

Annual average population, urban population, rural population

thousand persons

 

2

Urban population rate per total population

%

 

3

Urban and rural population density

person/km2

 

4

Annual population growth rate

%

 

5

Annual average life expectancy

age

 

2

Agricultural development

6

Annual rice yield

thousand tonnes

 

7

Annual number of cattle and poultry

thousand cattle
thousand poultry

 

8

Annual volume of fertilizers used

tonne

 

9

Annual volume of pesticide used

tonne

 

3

Medical development.

10

Number of hospitals, clinics, and health centers

hospital, clinic, and health center

 

11

Hospital bed-population ratio (10,000 persons)

hospital bed

Number of available hospital beds for every 10,000 population

4

GDP annual growth rate

12

GDP at current prices

billion dong

 

13

GDP growth rate

%

 

14

Growth rate of per capita GDP

%

 

5

Transport development

15

Annual number of registered vehicles

piece

 

16

Average age of vehicles

year

Road traffic: age of cars and motorcycles.

Rail traffic: Age of locomotives Waterway traffic: Age of inland vessels, age of ships Air traffic: Age of aircrafts

17

Total volume of domestic/international freight by waterway

million tonnes

 

18

Number of ports and wharves

port, wharf

- Number of ports

- Number of wharves

6

Construction activities

19

Area of new residential housing construction (state-owned and private)

thousand m2

 

20

Kilometers of bridges and roads newly built, upgraded and renovated

km

 

7

Industrial development

21

Number of industrial parks and industrial clusters established

Industrial park, industrial cluster

 

22

Area of industrial parks and industrial clusters

 

 

23

Occupancy rate of industrial parks/industrial clusters

%

 

24

Number of industrial establishments nationwide by manufacturing industries

establishment

 

25

Output of oil extracted from sea

thousand tonnes

 

26

Output of extracted coal

thousand tonnes

 

8

Aqualculture development

27

Number of aquaculture production establishments

establishment

 

28

Total area for aquaculture

ha

 

29

Volume of aquaculture

million tonnes

 

30

Number of aquaculture processing establishments

establishment

 

31

Volume of aquaculture production

million tonnes

 

9

Tourism development

32

Number of domestic and international tourists

thousand persons

 

10

Trade village activities

33

Number of recognized trade villages

trade village

 

11

Forestry activities

34

Forest area and forest canopy cover percentage

thousand ha, %

 

35

Proportion of natural forest and newly planted forest area of total forest area

%

 

36

Volume of timber issued with license for annual exploitation by local governments

m3

 

37

Loss of forest area due to forest firea, forest land area repurposing, and sabotage by area

thousand ha

 

Pressure

12

Amount of dust and exhaust emissions

38

Total amount of PM10, TSP, SO2, NO2, CO and by sectors: industry, agriculture, daily life and services

kg/day

 

13

Wastewater by sectors

39

Total volume of wastewater by sectors: agriculture, industry, daily life and services

m3/day, night

 

40

Total amount of BOD, COD, TSS and by sectors: industry, health, agriculture, daily life and services

kg/day

 

14

Environmental emergencies

41

Number of oil spills in estuaries and at sea

case

Details on: Time, place, volume of oil spill, type of oil, cause of each oil spill.

42

Number of chemical spills in rivers and at sea

case

Details on: Time, place, volume of spilled chemicals, type of chemical, cause of each chemical spill.

15

Production of solid waste

43

Volume of solid waste produced annually by sectors: daily life, agriculture, industry, health and imported discarded materials

tonne

 

44

Volume of hazardous waste produced annualy by sectors: industry, health, daily life, and agriculture

tonne

 

16

Climate change

45

Salinity (chloride concentration) in water in coastal areas

mg/l

 

46

Green house gas amount by sectors: industry, agriculture, energy, forest repurposing and by CH4, N2O, CO2

million tonnes of CO2 equivalent

 

47

Annual average temperature and rainfall

temperature (degree C)
rainfall (mm)

 

17

Natural disasters

48

Annual number of natural disasters

case

Storms, floods, flash floods, droughts, tornadoes, etc.

49

Loss of life, economy and environment caused by natural disasters

Loss of life:
person

Economic loss:
billion dong

Environmental loss:
determined pollution level

 

State

18

Air quality

50

Average concentrations of substances (TSP, PM10, SO2, NO2, CO) in the air

mg/m3

Monitoring results in urban areas; Residential areas; Production areas; Traffic intersections

51

Number of days with the concentration of noxious substances in the air exceeding the permissible standard

day/year

Determined by the average 24h monitoring results of exceeding the permissible standard for TSP, PM10, SO2 NO2, CO measured at automatic continuous monitoring stations

19

Surface water quality

52

Content of substances (TSS, DO, BOD5, COD, NH4, NO3-, NO2-, PO43-, Coliform) in surface surface water

TSS, DO, BOD5, COD, NH4+, NO3-, NO2-, PO43-(mg/l) Coliform (MPN/100 ml)

Monitoring results of water quality parameters in: main rivers (3 monitoring points in upstream, middle stream and downstream); in urban ponds, rivers and canals.

20

Coastal water quality

53

Content of some substances (DO, COD, NH4, oil) in seawater in some estuaries and coastal areas

mg/l

 

54

Content of toxic substances (pesticides, CN, heavy metals) in coastal sediments

Pesticides (mg/l), CN (mg/l), Heavy metal (mg/l)

 

21

Biodiversity

55

Number of species threatened with reduction in biodiversity and classification conserved in the Vietnam Red Book, IUCN’s List

species

 

56

Number of lost species

species

 

57

Number of endangered, precious and rare prioritized for protection

species

 

58

Number of newly discovered species

species

 

59

Number and area of nature reserves

Number of nature reserves: reserve

Area: ha

 

22

Land environment

60

Land area classified according to use purposes

thousand ha

Classified according to:

- Agricultural land,

- Forestry land,

- Special-use land,

- Residential land.

61

Area of degraded land according to types: desertification, soil contamination, erosion, rock saltification, salinity intrusion, alum contamination

ha

 

Impact

23

Impacts on public health

62

Percentage of people with respiratory diseases in polluted areas and control areas (without air pollution)

%

Percentage of people with diseases per total populations in polluted and unpolluted areas.

63

Percentage of people with cholera, dysentery, typhoid fever, malaria in polluted areas and control areas

%

Percentage of people with respiratory diseases in contaminated areas and control areas (without air pollution)

64

Number of people with occupational diseases in connection with environmental pollution (land, water, air, noise) in manufaturing areas

person

 

Response

24

Legal documents on environmental management

65

Number of promulgated legislative documents on environment

legislative document

List of names and numbers of documents

66

Number and name of promulgated technical standards and regulations on environment

document, standard, regulation

List of names and numbers of standards and regulations

67

International treaties on the sea to which Vietnam is a contracting party

treaty

 

25

Finance and investment for environmental protection

68

Annual budget for environmental protection

million dong/year

 

26

Appraisal and approval for strategic environmental assessment and environmental impact assessment reports, and environmental protection plans

69

Annual number of reports  on approved strategic environmental assessment

report

 

Annual number of approved reports on environmental impact assessment

report

 

Annual number of locally approved plans on environmental protection

plan

 

Number of approved schemes on environmental protection

scheme

 

27

Inspection and handling of violations against the law on environmental protection

70

Annual number of discovered and handled environmental violations

case

 

71

Fine for environmental violations

million dong

 

28

Tools for environmental management

72

Environmental protection fees for collected wastewater

million dong

- Environmental protection fees for industrial wastewater

- Environmental protection fees for daily-life wastewater

73

Environmental protection fees for annually collected solid waste

 

 

74

Percentage of establishments that are collected fee per total number of establishments with environmental violations discovered

million tonnes

 

29

Handling of establishments causing serious environmental pollution

75

Percentage of establishments causing serious environmental pollution remediated

%

Percentage of establishments causing serious environmental pollution remediated per total number of establishments defined in the Decision No. 64/2003/QD-TTg and Decision No. 1788/QD-TTg of the Prime Minister.

 

 

75

Area of urban green spaces per capita

m2/person

 

76

Number of establishments applying cleaner production

establishment

 

31

Wastewater control

77

Rate of industrial zones with wastewater treatment system

%

Number of industrial zones with concentrated wastewater treatment system per the total number of active industrial zones

 

Treated volume of wastewater per the total produced volume of industrial wastewater

m3/day, night

 

 

78

Number of industrial establishments issued with license for discharging wastewater into sources

 establishment

 

79

Number of industrial establishments issued with license for using surface/underground water

establishment

 

32

Environmental monitoring

80

Number of automatic continuous stations for monitoring air and water

water station, air station

Number of automatic continuous stations for monitoring water.

Number of automatic continuous stations for monitoring air.

81

Number of places for periodic monitoring according to environmental components at national and local levels

place

Divided by environmental components: surface water, underground water, coastal sea water; air, land.

33

Solid waste

85

Rate of solid waste collection

%

Volume of collected solid waste per the total volume of solid waste classified according to:

- Daily-life solid waste

- Agricultural solid waste

- Industrial solid waste

- Medical solid waste

86

Rate of treatment of solid waste satisfying national technical standards and regulations respectively

%

Voulme of treated normal solid waste per the total volume of solid waste classified according to:

- Daily-life solid waste

- Agricultural solid waste

- Industrial solid waste

- Medical solid waste

87

Rate of treated hazardous waste satisfying national technical standards and regulations respectively

%

Voulme of treated hazardous waste per the total volume of hazardous waste classified according to:

- Agricultural hazardous waste

- Industrial hazardous waste

- Medical hazardous waste

- Daily-life hazardous waste

88

Rate of solid waste recycling by sectors

%

Voulme of recycled solid waste per the total volume of solid produced waste classified according to:

- Daily-life solid waste

- Industrial solid waste

- Industrial solid waste

- Medical solid waste

34

Use of clean water

89

Percentage of urban households supplied with clean water

%

 

90

Percentage of rural households supplied with clean water

%

 

35

General management of river basin

91

General activities for management of river basin implemented

 

Detailed information:

Locations; Time; Specific activities; Expenses for investment

36

General management of coastal areas

92

General activities for environmental protection in coastal areas implemented

 

Detailed information:

Locations; Time; Specific activities; Expenses for investment

93

Provinces involved in general management of coastal areas

province

Detailed information:

Number and name of provinces; List of solutions to general management of coastal areas adopted by the province

 

APPENDIX V

Form A2. Report on yearly environmental monitoring results

(NAME OF SUPERIOR AGENCY)

(NAME OF AGENCY IN CHARGE)
--------------

 

CONSOLIDATED REPORT

RESULTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING

 

MONITORING AREA:…………………………

YEAR: ………………

 

Presiding authority:

…………………………………………….

 

 

(Location and date) Year…..

 

(NAME OF SUPERIOR AGENCY)

(NAME OF AGENCY IN CHARGE)
--------------

 

CONSOLIDATED REPORT

RESULTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING

 

NAME OF MONITORING AREA:…………………………

YEAR: ………………

 

Presiding authority:

…………………………………………….

 

 

 

Head of the agency
(Sign and seal)

 

 

(Location and date) Year…..

 

Table of contents

Abbreviations

List of forms

List of pictures

List of participants

Name of the person in charge of monitoring program

List of monitors

CHAPTER I. INTRODUCTION

1.1 General introduction to the task

- Performance base, task necessity, job description, monitoring frequency and objectives

- List of coordinating authorities (ISO, Vilas, VMCERT Certificates and Certificate of Eligibility for Monitoring enclosed)

- Monitoring location (map or chart showing monitoring points)

- Scope and time for monitoring

- Introduction of operation of production or service facilities (Appendix 1) (*)  

Table 1. Workload

No.

Components of environment subject to monitoring

Number of times for sampling

I

(Name of environmental component)

1

(parameters)

“X x Y x Z”

2

(parameters)

 

 

 

II

(Name of environmental component)

 

1

(parameters)

 

2

(parameters)

 

Table 2. Number of monitoring points in area

Monitoring area

Number of monitoring points

Environmental component 1

Environmental component 2

Environmental component …

Area 1

 

 

 

Area 2

 

 

 

….

 

 

 

Total

 

 

 

Note: Monitoring area means a collection of points distributed according to geographical locations or the approved description.

1.2. Brief description of task performance

- Brief description of task performance in a year

- Brief description of monitoring frequency, particular time of monitoring in a year

CHAPTER II.  INTRODUCTION OF MONITORING PROGRAM

2.1 Overview on monitoring locations and points

- Brief introduction of natural and socio-economic condition of the monitoring area/region

- Type of monitoring: environmental effect monitoring /pre-project environmental monitoring /emission monitoring

- Description of sampling location

- Description of monitoring points (Table 3)

Table 3. List of monitoring points

No.

Name of monitoring point

Symbol monitoring point

Type of monitoring

Sampling location

Description of monitoring point

Longitude

Latitude

I

(Name of environmental component)

1

Monitoring point no.1

Symbol of point no.1

Pre-project environmental monitoring

106°08.465’

21°12.881’

Located near Factory A

2

Monitoring point no.2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

II

(Name of environmental component)

1

Monitoring point no.1

 

 

 

 

 

2

Monitoring point no.2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Notes:

- Coordinate: According to VN 2000 Vietnam coordinate system

- Description of monitoring points includes brief description of location, purpose and meaning of monitoring points

- Brief description of information on sampling for periodic monitoring

- Brief description of information on number of samples for each periodic monitoring

Table 4. Number of sample in monitoring

No.

Monitoring point/location/area

Number of samples

Total samples

Phase 1

Phase 2

Phase ..

I

(Name of environmental component)

1

Area 1

 

 

 

 

2

Area 2

 

 

 

 

3

….

 

 

 

 

 

Total samples

 

 

 

 

II

(Name of environmental component)

1

Area 1

 

 

 

 

2

Area 2

 

 

 

 

3

….

 

 

 

 

 

Total samples

 

 

 

 

2.2. Introduction of monitoring parameters

- Introduce parameters according to the approved monitoring program;

- Briefly state the purpose of parameter selection for monitoring area

2.3. List of monitoring equipments and laboratory equipments

- State general information on monitoring equipments and laboratory equipments

- Summarize information on equipment calibration

Table 5. Information on monitoring equipments and laboratory equipments

No.

Name of equipment

Equipment model

Production company

Calibration frequency and time

I

Monitoring equipments

1

 

 

 

 

2

 

 

 

 

II

Laboratory equipments

1

 

 

 

 

2

 

 

 

 

2.4. Methods for colleting, maintaining and transporting samples

- Give a brief introduction of methods for collecting, maintaining and transporting samples

- Specify code of standard or methods for collecting, maintaining and transporting samples applied to each environmental component and clearly state characteristics, conditions and methods for maintenance and transportation applied to each parameter.

- Compile table 6 specified herein for environmental components requiring different sampling methods for each parameter

Table 6. Field sampling

No.

Component

Sampling method

I

(Name of environmental component)

 

1

Parameters 1

 

2

Parameters 2

 

3

Parameters…

 

2.5. List of methods for field measurement and laboratory analysis

Give a brief introduction of field monitoring and laboratory analysis

Table 7. Field measurement 

No.

Name of parameter

Measurement method

Detection limit

Measurement range

Note

1

Parameters 1

 

 

 

 

2

Parameters 2

 

 

 

 

3

Parameters 3

 

 

 

 

4

Parameters ..

 

 

 

 

Table 8. Laboratory analysis

No.

Name of parameter

Analysis method

Detection limit

Reporting limit

Note

1

Parameters 1

 

 

 

 

2

Parameters 2

 

 

 

 

3

Parameters 3

 

 

 

 

4

Parameters ..

 

 

 

 

2.6. Quality Assurance (hereinafter referred to as "QA") and Quality Control (hereinafter referred to as “QC”) in environmental monitoring

2.6.1. QA/QC in preparing monitoring plan

- Determine objectives of the monitoring program applied to locations, parameters, number of real samples, QC samples, sampling equipments, sample storing equipments, conditions and methods for maintaining samples, field measurement and analysis equipments

- Determine methods for ensuring safety for people and equipments

2.6.2. QA/QC in preparation

Make a brief summary of preparation and allocation in detail in respect of human resources, instruments, equipments, chemicals and methods

2.6.3. Field QA/QC

- QA/QC in field sampling

- QA/QC in field measurement

- QA/QC in sample maintenance and transportation

2.6.4. Laboratory QA/QC

- All analyses are controlled under the standard operating procedure (hereinafter referred to as "SOP") applied to each laboratory.

- Specific instructions for data calculation and processing to reach the target set in the laboratory can be found in each SOP. 

- If failing to reach the target, laboratorians shall review, find causes and solutions for the problem and prevention solutions to present reliable experimental results.

2.6.5. Equipment calibration

- Information on work calibration

- Information on periodic calibration

CHAPTER III.   MONITORING RESULT ASSESSMENT 

The assessment includes:

- Assessing  data and results of monitoring in each area and monitoring of each environmental component included in the approved monitoring program that are compared to those  prescribed in current national standards and national technical regulations.

- Drawing charts and giving brief comments on environmental quality by space of each environmental component (basic charts such as bar chart, line chart, etc)  Making a statistical report on monitoring points with parameters exceeding the ones prescribed in the regulation and abnormal issues, if any (give brief explanation of causes)

- Making comparison among areas, comparison of monitoring points in the pre-project environmental monitoring with those in environmental effect monitoring and emission monitoring (if any) and with the results of monitoring in previous years for assessing the development of quality of each environmental component

- Encouraging the calculation of water quality index with regard to the results of inland surface water monitoring   Comparing and assessing the water quality index among points and monitoring programs in a year and comparing such results with the one in the last year

CHAPTER IV. QA/QC RESULT ASSESSMENT 

4.1. Results of field QA/QC

- Make a statistical report on real samples and QC samples through monitoring and compare the laboratory results with the measurement uncertainty determined under the applicable formula (presenting the applicable formula)

- Assess the results of measurement of field blank sample, trip blank sample and double sample

4.2. Results of laboratory QA/QC

Assess the results of analysis of laboratory replicate samples, control standard sample and spike sample.

CHAPTER V. CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION

5.1. Conclusion

- Assess the results of monitoring progress and monitoring time, level and results of QA/QC in monitoring in accordance with regulations in force. 

- Give a general assessment of environmental quality according to each monitoring component.

- Assess the quality of environment of the production area and surrounding environment (*).

- Compare and assess environmental quality among years

- Assess the operation and efficiency of systems and works for wastewater and exhaust gas treatment (*)

5.2. Recommendation

Give recommendations

APPENDIX

- Appendix 1: Consolidated report on operation of production service facilities

- Appendix 2. Consolidated report on yearly monitoring results

 

APPENDIX

Appendix 1: Consolidated report on operation of production or service facilities

1. Name of enterprise

2. Type of production

3. Area (ha)

4. Condition of exhaust gas treatment system

5. Total volume of wastewater (cubic meter per year)

6. Progress of making environmental monitoring report

Appendix 2. Consolidated report on yearly monitoring results

Appendix table 2.1. Results of monitoring of environmental components including inland surface water, seawater, rain water, groundwater, wastewater, surrounding air, exhaust gases, sediment and soil

No.

Symbol of monitoring point

Phase

Symbol of sample

Group of parameters

Group of parameters

Parameters

Parameters

Parameters

Parameters

Measurement unit

Measurement unit

Measurement unit

Measurement unit

1

Symbol of point no.1

 

Sample no.1

 

 

 

 

Sample no.2

 

 

 

 

 

Sample no.1

 

 

 

 

Sample no.2

 

 

 

 

2

Symbol of point no.2

 

Sample no.1

 

 

 

 

Sample no.2

 

 

 

 

 

Sample no.1

 

 

 

 

Sample no.2

 

 

 

 

3

Symbol of point no…

 

Sample no.1

 

 

 

 

Sample no.2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Value under current national standards and national technical regulations

 

 

 

 

Notes:

- The results of each environmental component monitoring are presented in separable table.

- The table may be vertically or horizontally compiled according to the number of points or samples and monitoring parameters 

- There is no average value if one sample is collected from one point.

Appendix table 2.2. Results of monitoring of noises and vehicle-use intensity

No.

Symbol of monitoring point

Phase

Time

Noise level
(dBA)

Vehicle-use intensity (piece)

LAeq

LAmax

Motorbike

Motor vehicle having less than 12 seats

Truck and passenger-carrying vehicle

Truck having more than 10 wheels

1

Symbol of point no.1

Phase 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Phase 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

….

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

Symbol of point no.2

Phase 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Phase 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

Symbol of point no…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Value under current national standards and national technical regulations

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Appendix table 2.3. Radioactivity monitoring results

No.

Symbol of monitoring point

Phase

Symbol of sample

Parameters 1

Parameters 2

Results

Measurement uncertainty

Results

Measurement uncertainty

Measurement unit

Measurement unit

Measurement unit

Measurement unit

1

Symbol of point no.1

Phase 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Phase 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Phase ..

 

 

 

 

 

2

Symbol of point no.2

Phase 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Phase 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Phase ..

 

 

 

 

 

3

Symbol of point no…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Value under current national standards and national technical regulations

 

 

 

 

 

Appendix table 2.4. Creature monitoring results 

No.

Scientific name

Symbol of monitoring point

Phase 1

Phase 2

Phase ..

Sample no.1

Sample no…

Sample no.1

Sample no…

Sample no.1

Sample no…

1

Phylum

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

Class

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

Order

 

 

 

 

 

 

4

Family

 

 

 

 

 

 

5

Specles

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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            Circular 43/2015/TT-BTNMT environment report set indicators management environmental data
            Loại văn bảnThông tư
            Số hiệu43/2015/TT-BTNMT
            Cơ quan ban hànhBộ Tài nguyên và Môi trường
            Người kýNguyễn Minh Quang
            Ngày ban hành29/09/2015
            Ngày hiệu lực01/12/2015
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