Environment & Ecosystem Science (EES)

EVALUATING ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS WITH CHECKLIST AND DELPHI METHODS, CASE STUDY: SURAN CITY, IRAN

January 5, 2018 Posted by In Environment & Ecosystem Science (EES)

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EVALUATING ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS WITH CHECKLIST AND DELPHI METHODS, CASE STUDY: SURAN CITY, IRAN

Journal: Environment & Ecosystem Science (EES)
Author:Mohamad Javad OmaraShahestan, Samira OmaraShastani

This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited

DOI: 10.26480/ees.02.2017.01.04

One of the major environmental concerns is to ensure that projects and projects are operational in accordance with the provisions and commitments contained in the report of the evaluation studies approved. In order to assess the extent to which environmental considerations are implemented, assessment reports are for reporting to supervisory organizations to ensure uniformity and procedural unity in their reporting process. The most practical methods are checklist. This study presents the evaluation process considerations environmental criteria, data collection and validation addressed and the plans and projects, including studies of environmental assessment includes the site of the elimination of waste, integrated cooking facilities, four stations, cement factory, the reservoir dam and the water pipeline transmission line by determining the scale and pollutant indicators separately for each case in the city of Suran in the south-east of Iran. Plans and projects that have actual effects on the environment of the studied area are weighted according to experts or Delphi. It can be concluded that according to the type of bricks and the type of fuel us ed by the factory (fuel oil), emissions such as emissions of fluorine from non-metallic minerals such as clay and compounds of nitrogen oxides and sulfur at the outlet of smoke the furnace has actual effects on the environment. Also, the slowing of the flow of water, coupled with low recharge, has increased the number of mineral particles and organic matter deposits. Finally, the status of the existing environmental monitoring program process in Iran has been studied and a new upgraded process is being proposed and proposed.
Pages 01-04
Year 2017
Issue 2
Volume 1

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