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Vladivostok CHP Project

Issues

Environmental

Description: Complaint raises concerns regarding environmental impacts that do not refer specifically to water, pollution, or biodiversity.

Complaints with this Issue: 271

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Project

Name: Vladivostok CHP Project

Investments: EIB

Client:

Support: Loans

Country: Russia

Complaint

IAM: Complaints Mechanism (CM)

ID: SG/E/2015/02

Date Filed: Dec. 10, 2014

Date Closed: April 30, 2015

Status: Closed Without Outputs

Description

On 10 December 2014, the EIB Complaints Mechanism (EIB-CM) received a complaint alleging negative environmental impacts of the Vladivostok CHP Project on the nearby forest. In particular, the complainant stated that electric cables were being put underground for the new gas-turbine CHP plant in the Kholodilnik Mountains of Vladivostok, where unique species of wild birds and animals were living. According to the complainant, parts of the forest were destroyed without any proper official permits or any environmental appraisal by experts.

Complaint Stages

Filing

Dec. 10, 2014

Filing

Status:

Start Date: Dec. 10, 2014

Registration

Jan. 11, 2015 -

Jan. 11, 2015

Registration

Status: Completed

Start Date: Jan. 11, 2015

End Date: Jan. 11, 2015

Eligibility

Closed Without Output

Eligibility

Status: Closed Without Output

Explanation: Mechanism unable to contact complainant

Dispute Resolution

Not Undertaken

Dispute Resolution

Status: Not Undertaken

Explanation: Case closed in earlier stage

Compliance Review

Not Undertaken

Compliance Review

Status: Not Undertaken

Explanation: Case closed in earlier stage

Has Compliance Report: No

Non-Compliance Found: No

Monitoring

Not Undertaken

Monitoring

Status: Not Undertaken

Explanation: Case closed in earlier stage

Closed

April 30, 2015

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