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List of environmental impact assessments released

     The Environmental Protection Department (EPD) today (March 7) released a list of completed and newly commenced statutory environmental impact assessments (EIAs) and non-statutory environmental studies for major development projects between October 1, 2013, and December 31, 2013.

     Updated information related to the EIA Ordinance is available on the EIA Ordinance website at .

Completed statutory EIAs and non-statutory environmental studies:

A. Statutory EIAs:
1. Outlying Island Sewerage Stage 2 - Upgrading of Cheung Chau Sewage Collection, Treatment and Disposal Facilities
   (Drainage Services Department)
2. Development of Organic Waste Treatment Facilities, Phase 2
   (Environmental Protection Department)
3. Proposed Road Improvement Works in West Kowloon Reclamation Development Phase I
   (Highways Department)
4. Reprovisioning of FEHD Sai Yee Street Environmental Hygiene Offices-cum-vehicle Depot at Yen Ming Road, West Kowloon Reclamation Area
   (Food and Environmental Hygiene Department)
5. West Kowloon Cultural District
   (West Kowloon Cultural District Authority)
6. North East New Territories New Development Areas
   (New Territories North and West Development Office, Civil Engineering and Development Department)
7. Development of Lok Ma Chau Loop
   (Civil Engineering and Development Department)

     These reports and executive summaries of the above-mentioned approved statutory EIAs are now available at the following locations:

* EIA Ordinance Register Office, EPD, 27/F, Southorn Centre, 130 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai
* EIA Ordinance website -

B. Non-statutory Environmental Studies:


Newly commenced statutory EIAs and non-statutory environmental studies:

A. Statutory EIAs:

1. Footbridge along Yuen Long Town Nullah between West Rail Long Ping Station and Kau Yuk Road and Related Nullah Modification Works (EIA Study Brief no. ESB-265/2013)    
   (Highways Department)
2. Widening of Eastern Section of Lin Ma Hang Road between Tsung Yuen Ha and Lin Ma Hang (EIA Study Brief no. ESB-264/2013)
   (Highways Department)

B. Non-statutory Environmental Studies:


Ends/Friday, March 7, 2014
Issued at HKT 15:00


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