The Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) study, which was submitted to the Ministry of Environment on October 21, 2016, specifies that "... for the purpose of drainage systems, the suggestion is to separate wastewater collections into two wastewater treatment plants (WWTP), the WWTP 'Arraiján Este' which will collect drainage from systems in the northern part of Arraijan, (Burunga, Perico river, Cáceres river, Potrero river) and the second WWTP -Caimito- will collect most of the drainage systems from the Chorrera and the rest of Arraiján."
A 236 units residential complex in Cocle, apartment towers and a 428 units residential complex in Chiriqui, are some of the projects to be developed in Panama in the coming months.
The information system"Construction Projects in Panama" prepared by the Business Intelligence Unit at CentralAmericaData, provides an up to date list of construction projects for which environmental impact assessment (EIA) studies were submitted to the Ministry of Environment of Panama in October 2016.
The decision of the I Chamber to annul the judgment that prevented the signing of contracts without environmental studies has refloated the possibility of the contract with the American Mallon Oil Company being valid.
In the year 2000 the government of Costa Rica signed with US oil company Mallon Oil Company a contract to explore and develop natural gas and oil in six blocks of territory without the prior existence of an environmental impact study, an exception allowed by decree 26,750 of 1998.
President Solis has personally announced that the environmental impact study for the expansion to four lanes of Route 32 to Limon has now been approved by the environmental authority.
Almost two months after the National Environmental Technical Secretariat (SETENA) rejected the study as "flawed and incomplete", the institution has now granted the approval, according to President Luis Guillermo Solís through his own social networks.
Office buildings, works on the network of aqueducts, an apartment tower and development works are some of the projects for which environmental impact studies were submitted in September 2016.
The report"Construction projects in Costa Rica - September 2016"prepared by the Business Intelligence unit at CentralAmericaData.com, provides an updated list of major construction projects for which environmental impact studies (EIS) were presented to the National Environmental Technical Secretariat (SETENA).
Panama Colon Container Port has submitted an Environmental Impact Study to build a port terminal in Isla Margarita, Cristobal, province of Colon.
Panama Colon Container Port Inc. presented the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for the construction of a container port in the area comprising the sector MargaritaBay in the village of Cristobal, district and province of Colon.The project is called "Panama Colon Container Port" and requires an estimated investment of nearly $600 million.
The Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) was introduced byEverblue Development Corporation, INC.to the Ministry of Environment in August 2016, and describes the main objective of the project as "... developing a real estate complex with high quality scenery, balanced between city and nature and with a combination of residential and commercial recreational facilities which consolidate a node of integration between Panama City and this region.
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