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  • Agrisol (India) Pvt. Ltd. Environmental Impact Assessment Report

    6-1 Team Labs and Consultants

    6.0 RISK ASSESSMENT AND DAMAGE CONTROL 6.0 Introduction

    This chapter presents the risk assessment study results for the plant operations, transport

    and storage of raw materials, and identifies maximum credible accident scenarios to draw

    the emergency management plan addressing various credible scenarios identified.

    6.1. Objectives and Scope

    The production of Agro chemicals involves usage of many chemicals which are both

    hazardous and toxic in nature. The risks associated with the chemical industry are

    commensurate with their rapid growth and development. Apart from their utility,

    chemicals have their own inherent properties and hazards. Some of them can be

    flammable, explosive, toxic or corrosive etc. The whole lifecycle of a chemical should be

    considered when assessing its dangers and benefits. In order to ensure the health and

    safety of persons at or near the facilities, Govt. has approved some regulations. The

    regulation requires Employers to consult with employees in relation to:

    - Identification of major hazards and potential major accidents

    - Risk assessment

    - Adoption of control measures

    - Establishment and implementation of a safety management system

    - Development of the safety report

    The involvement of the employees in identification of hazards and control measures

    enhances their awareness of these issues and is critical to the achievement of safe

    operation in practice. In order to comply with regulatory authorities, M/s Agrisol (India)

    Pvt. Ltd., have entrusted Team Labs and Consultants, Hyderabad to review and prepare

    Hazard analysis and Risk assessment for their facility along with an approach to on-site

    emergency preparedness plan as required under the acts and rules. (Manual on emergency

    preparedness for chemical hazards, MOEF, New Delhi). In this endeavor, the methodology

    adopted is based on;

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    • visualizing various probable undesirable events which lead to major accidents

    • detailed and systematic assessment of the risk associated with each of those

    hazards, including the likelihood and consequences of each potential major accident

    event; and

    • identifying the technical and other control measures that are necessary to reduce

    that risk to a level that is as low as reasonably practicable

    The strategy to tackle such emergencies, in-depth planning and person(s) or positional

    responsibilities of employees for implementation and coordination of timely and effective

    response measures are described in onsite detail in Emergency Plan.

    6.2 Project Details Agrisol (India) Pvt. Ltd., is located at Sy Nos. 163, 164 and 165, Udumulapadu Village,

    Dhone Mandal, Kurnool District, Andhra Pradesh. The site is situated at the intersection

    of 150 26’ 47” (N) latitude and 770 52’ 19” (E) longitude. The site elevation above mean sea

    level (MSL) is in the range of 383 - 385m. The site is surrounded by open lands in all

    direction. The nearest village from the site is Abbireddipalli located at distance of 1.2 km

    in SW direction with a population of 1200. The nearest railway station is Dhone at a

    distance of 5.6 km in S direction. The access to the site is by connecting road to the

    National highway. The National highway connecting Hyderabad – Bangalore (NH 7) is at

    a distance of 1.8 km in E direction. There are three reserve forests within the impact area;

    North Dhone Reserve forest at a distance of 5.7 km in SE direction, South Dhone reserve

    forest at a distance of 6.5 km in SW direction and Veldurthi reserve forest at a distance of

    9.6 km in NE direction. The land area acquired for the proposed project is 33acres. The

    manufacturing capacities of the proposed Agro chemicals and by-products are presented

    in Table 6.1 and chemical inventory is presented in Table 6.2

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    Table 6.1 Proposed Manufacturing Capacity S.No. Product Name CAS No Capacity

    Kg/day TPA 1 Acephate 30560-19-1 4000 1320 2 Cartap Hydrochloride 15263-52-2 4000 1320 3 Clodinafop Propargyl 105512-06-9 1000 330 4 Difenoconazole 119446-68-3 1000 330 5 Diafenthiuron 80060-09-9 2000 660 6 Emamectin Benzoate 137512-74-4 500 165 7 Ethephon 16672-87-0 3000 990 8 Ethiprole 181587-01-9 1000 330 9 Fipronil 120068-37-3 1000 330

    10 Flonicamid 158062-67-0 1000 330 11 Foramsulfuron 173159-57-4 1000 330 12 Glufosinate 51276-47-2 1000 330 13 Glyphosate 1071-83-6 4000 1320 14 Imidacloprid 138261-41-3 2000 660 15 Imazethapyr 81335-77-5 1000 330 16 Iprobenfos (Kitazin) 26087-47-8 1000 330 17 Mesosulfuron 208465-21-8 1000 330 18 Metribuzin 21087-64-9 1000 330 19 Nitenpyram 150824-47-8 1000 330 20 Penoxsulam 219714-96-2 1000 330 21 Picoxystrobin 117428-22-5 1000 330 22 Pretilachlor 51218-49-6 1000 330 23 Prothioconazole 178928-70-6 1000 330 24 Pyraclostrobin 175013-18-0 1000 330 25 Spirotetramat 203313-25-1 1000 330 26 Sulfosulfuron 141776-32-1 1000 330 27 Thiocyclam 31895-22-4 1000 330 28 Thiomethaxam 153719-23-4 4000 1320

    Total Phase I (3 Products on Campaign Basis) 12000 3960 Total Phase II (3 Products on Campaign Basis) 9000 2970 Total after Phase II (6 Products on Campaign Basis) 21000 6930

    List of By-Products

    S.No Name of the product By-product Capacity Kg/day TPA

    1 Acephate Ammonium Acetate 1430.8 472.2 2 Cartap Hydrochloride Sodium Sulphite 3682.7 1215.3 3 Clodinafop Propargyl Potassium Chloride 639.5 211.0 4 Diafenthiuron Calcium Chloride 764 252.1 5 Flonicamid Sodium Sulphite 529.3 174.7 6 Glufosinate Ammonium Sulphate 730 240.9 7 Metribuzin Dimethyl Sulfate 523.2 172.7 8 Thiocyclam Sodium Sulphite 743.1 245.2 9 Thiomethaxam Potassium Chloride 1022 337.3

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    Table 6.2 List of Raw Materials and Inventory (Terms of Reference No. 13 & 30) S.No Name of the Raw Material Quantity

    ( Kg/Day) Physical Form

    Type of Hazard Mode of Storage

    Mode of Transport

    1 (2-bromoethyl) (methyl) phosphinic acid

    7978 Liquid Corrosive Drums By Road

    2 (R)-(+)-2-(4-hydroxy-phenoxy propionic acid

    4302 Solid Corrosive Bags By Road

    3 1-(1-chlorocyclopropyl)-2-(2- chlorophenyl)ethanone

    5335 Liquid Flammable Drums By Road

    4 1-(2,6-dichloro-4- (trifluoromethyl)phenyl)-4-thiocyanato- 1H-pyrazole

    6071 Solid Corrosive Bags By Road

    5 1-(2-Chloro Ethoxy) Propane 3299 Liquid Flammable Drums By Road 6 1-(2-chloro-4-(4-chlorophenoxy) phenyl)

    ethanone 5118 Solid Irritant Bags By Road

    7 1-(chloromethyl)-2-nitrobenzene 4415 Solid Flammable Bags By Road 8 1,1,2-trichloroethane 5285 Liquid Carcinogen Drums By Road 9 1,2,4-triazole-5(4H)-thione 1608 Solid Corrosive Bags By Road 10 1,4-Dioxane 30000 Liquid Highly Flammable Storage Tank By Road 11 2-(2,5-dimethylphenyl)acetic acid 4005 Solid Irritant Bags By Road 12 2,2 - difluoroethanol 1350 Liquid Highly Flammable Drums By Road 13 2,6 Diethylaniline (DEA) 4026 Liquid Toxic Drums By Road 14 2,6-dichloro-4-(trichloromethyl)aniline 4200 Liquid Irritant Drums By Road 15 2,6-diisopropyl aniline 9664 Liquid Non Hazard Drums By Road 16 2-amino-2,3-dimethyl butyramide 6148 Solid Irritant Bags By Road 17 2-amino-4,6-dimethoxy pyrimdine 6000 Solid Irritant Bags By Road 18 2-chloro-5-chloromethyl pyridine 6000 Solid Flammable Bags By Road 19 2-ethylsulfonylimidazo[1,2-A] pyridine

    sulfonamide 5851 Solid Irritant Bags By Road

    20 2-fluoro-6-trifluoromethyl aniline 2947 Liquid Flammable Drums By Road 21 2-hydoxy-6-trifluoromethyl pyridine 3701 Liquid Corrosive Drums By Road 22 3,3-dimethyl butyric acid 4559 Liquid Corrosive Drums By Road 23 3-isochromanone 3453 Solid Irritant Bags By Road

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    24 4-Chlorophenol 3500 Solid Irritant Bags By Road 25 4-Chlorophenyl hydrazine hydrochloride 3668 Solid Irritant Bags By Road 26 4-formamido-N,N-dimethyl-2-

    sulfamoylbenzamide 4743 Solid Flammable Bags By Road

    27 4-trifluoromethyl nicotinic acid 6265 Solid Irritant Bags By Road 28 5,8-dimethoxy-[1,2,4]

    triazolo[1,5]pyrimidin-2-amine 3212 Solid Irritant Bags By Road

    29 5-methyl-4-nitroimino tetrahydro-1, 3, 5- oxadiazine with 2-chloro-5-chloromethyl thiazole (CCMT)

    6000 Solid Irritant Bags By Road

    30 Acetic Acid 80000 Liquid Flammable Drums By Road 31 Acetic Anhydride 20231 Liquid Flammable Drums By Road 32 Acetone 30000 Liquid flammable Storage Tank By Road 33 Acetonitrile 20000 Liquid Flammable Storage Tank By Road 34 Acrylonitrile 1260 Liquid Flammable Drums By Road 35 Allyl chloroformate 2767 Liquid Flammable Drums By Road 36 Amino Acetonitrile Sulfate 6891 Crystalline Irritant Bags By Road 37 Ammonia 4173 Liquid Corrosive Drums By Road 38 Sodium Acetate 20510 Liquid Corrosive Drums By Road 39 Avermectin 5011 Sol

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