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    2.2.1 No Action, Continue to Use Existing SRS Borrow Pits 7 2.2.2 Build the Proposed Borrow Pit at Another Onsite Location 7 2.2.3 Use Offsite Commercial Sources of Structural Fill Material 8 3.0 AFFECTED ENVIRONMENT 8 3.1 Land Use 8 3.2 Meteorology and Climatology 8 3.3 Geology and Seismology 8 3.4 Hydrology 9

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  • environmental impact assessment of borrow pit in nigeria

    Assessment of environmental hazards: Linking borrow . by borrow pit excavation might be small in one location, the combined acreage nationwide is substantial. In Nigeria several acres of land are degraded by abandoned borrow pits that turn to ponds or waste dumping pits. Laterite soil which is the product of borrow pit excavation is used as a

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  • RISK-BASED ASSESSMENT OF LEVEES- LESSONS LEARNED …

    RISK-BASED ASSESSMENT OF LEVEES- LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE 2011 MISSISSIPPI RIVER FLOODS J. David Rogers, Ph.D., P.E., P.G., C.E.G., C.HG. Karl F. Hasselmann Chair in Geological Engineering Missouri University of Science & Technology for ASCE Geo-Institute's Geoconfluence 2012 Geotechnical and Geo-environmental Conference St. Charles, Missouri

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  • Environmental Assessment Report

    Environmental Assessment Report The views expressed herein are those of the consultant and do not necessarily represent those of ADB's members, Board of Directors, Management, or staff, and may be preliminary in nature. Environmental Impact Assessment Project Number: 41122 August 2009 Georgia: Subregional Road Corridors Development Program

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  • (PDF) Abandoned Borrow Pits; Risk Factors and Reclamation

    Abandoned borrow pits and the associated risks are on the increase following rising trend in road construction in many developing countries. Notable risk factors include: frequent sliding, loss of

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  • Services | Core Geotechnical Consultants - Engineering Geology

    Engineering geology services – soil and rock mechanics. Site characterization and terrain evaluation. Interpretation of remote imagery. Seismic risk analysis and geological hazard evaluation. Foundation investigations. Location and proving of construction materials (borrow pits and quarries)

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  • environmental impact assessment of borrow pit in nigeria

    Assessment of environmental hazards: Linking borrow . by borrow pit excavation might be small in one location, the combined acreage nationwide is substantial. In Nigeria several acres of land are degraded by abandoned borrow pits that turn to ponds or waste dumping pits. Laterite soil which is the product of borrow pit excavation is used as a

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  • Environmental Management Plan for Borrow Pit 10 on the

    The objective of the basic assessment process is to, through a consultative process─ The materials sourced from the borrow pit will be used in the construction process of the said road. The be done in order to increase safety on the new road. The borrow pit is also located in close proximity (around 900 m) from the current MR 950 road. 12

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  • Construction Specification 421 – Excavation

    Excavations outside the lines and limits shown on the drawings or specified herein required to meet safety requirements shall be the responsibility of the contractor in constructing and maintaining a safe and stable excavation. 7. Borrow excavation. The extent and depth of borrow pits within the limits of the designated borrow areas shall

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  • Road Building, Borrow Pits, Construction Material

    Sep 08, 2019 · Pits up to three meters may be excavated for testing subsurface soil, monitoring water table, foundation construction etc. There are number of hazards which may be encountered in excavations of pits up to 3m depths. These hazards, their effects, and preventions measures are summarized in Table 1. Table 1 types of hazards related to pit excavation with a depth of up to 3m …

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  • GEOTECHNICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN OPEN PIT MINES

    The Mines Safety and Inspection Regulations 1995 contains regulations (in Part 13), that apply to the geotechnical considerations that must be adequately considered during the design, operation and abandonment of an open pit excavation. These regulations …

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  • APPENDIX C - BORROW PIT MITIGATION

    Careful excavation and design of borrow pit slope can reduce landslide accidents. Deep borrow pits often with negative slope support frequent landslides. Landslide is a geological phenomenon which occurs as a result of ground-water movement and is common in large abandoned and active borrow pits. It can occur as rock fall, failure of unstable

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  • ENVIRONMENTAL RISK ASSESSMENT FOR CLOSURE …

    borrow pit was mined for weathered dolerite to a depth of 2 - 5 metres and had a foot print of 5.3 ha. The mining of the borrow pit ceased in February 2015. Rehabilitation in this area has been on-going and has included the following: Filling of the borrow pit with overburden, soil and crushed concrete aggregate.

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  • ‪Owolabi Titilayo Abimbola‬ - ‪Google Scholar‬

    Excavation Hazards- Effects and Prevention Measures - The

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  • Reference for Terms of of Preparation of Detailed Design

    construction of embankments, replacement of unsuitable subgrade soil, sub-base, base, concrete and asphalt. The Consultant shall also thoroughly investigate potential unexploited sources of materials near the roads. The objective of the materials survey will be to minimize haulage distances from quarries and borrow pits to the construction sites.

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  • Mining Industry | geopractitioner

    Consulted on overall geologic hazards associated with ongoing and planned pit expansions at the Lihir gold mine, Lihir Is., Papua New Guinea. One of the world's most unusual gold mining operations, the mine is located within a volcanic caldera, with active geothermal conditions.

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  • Chapter 21 Materials Source Investigation and Report

    surfacing materials, mineral and concrete aggregates, riprap, borrow excavation and gravel borrow, and filler. A Material Source Report (MSR) provides geotechnical documentation of the reconnaissance, exploration, sampling, laboratory testing, and development of the mining plan for the pit site or quarry site. This report includes

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  • Assessment of environmental hazards: Linking borrow pits

    Assessment of environmental hazards: Linking borrow pits, gully erosion, and road failure Nwachukwu M. A.* and Osoro Eburukevwe Department of Environmental Technology, Federal University of Technology Owerri, Nigeria. Accepted 16 May, 2013 Highway failure linked to the action of erosion initiated by active or abandoned borrow pits in no small

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  • EXCAVATION AND EMBANKMENT - fdotewp1.dot.state.fl.us

    120-2.2.2 Borrow Excavation: Borrow Excavation consists of the excavation and utilization of material from authorized borrow pits, including only material that is suitable for the construction of roadway embankments or of other embankments covered by the Contract.

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  • SP-1278 - Spec. for Site Selection & Soil Investigation

    2.3.5 Geological & Geo-Technical Investigation 10. - Borrow Pit and Quarry Resources - Likely Chemical Properties, Stability, Durability and degree of weathering of substratum and subsoil where the preliminary assessment indicates a very low factor of safety. Construction is monitored, the design checked and, if necessary, side slopes

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