Translated version of this PSD: Turkish
Project description and objectives
US$ 20 million long-term loan.
Total project cost
US$ 25 million.
Environmental and social categorisation, impact, and mitigation
(i) this is a brownfield project which involves expansion and modernisation of an existing EU-compliant steel dust recycling plant;
(ii) the project is located in an industrial area;
(iii) the process is based on proven standard technology in the industry which is considered a best available technology (BAT);
(iv) the project is associated with limited site specific environmental and social (E&S) impacts which can be managed via the implementation of targeted mitigating measures; and
(v) similar facilities operated by the client within the EU have proven to have no significant E&S impacts.
Currently BSI does not have a formalised EHSS management system in place but an integrated management system is under development, and the company plans to apply for OHSAS 18001, ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 14064-1 certifications within 2015.
- Certification for ISO 9001, 14001, OHSAS 18001 and ISO 14064;
- Contractor management;
- Implementation of a monitoring plan;
- Development of a human resources policy and procedures;
- Development of a plan for the employment terms for the six months standstill period;
- Development of an internal grievance mechanism;
- Improvements to health and safety procedures and practices;
- Renewal of environmental permits and licences;
- Improvement of raw material storage area, hazardous waste storage areas and hazardous material storage area;
- Conducting an asbestos survey;
- Comply with the requirements of the Turkish Soil Pollution Control Regulation, which will come into force in June 2015; and
- Adaptation of the SEP including external grievance mechanism.
Marta Deprit Garcia (Befesa)
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