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effluents, liquid and solid wastes, etc.). Describe discharge

reductions to be achieved by the project or facility, with

special emphasis on "before and after" comparisons if a

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if applicable, in a manner that protects project workers,

local residents, and users of the products, from health and

safety risks. Describe EHSS monitoring plans and their relationship to federal, state, and local requirements.

EHSS Risks and Impacts

Provide the following information and discussion including,

but not limited to:

Identification of EHSS risks and impacts of the proposed

project. For example, identify potential impacts on

historical sites, parks, wilderness areas, and sensitive

resources within the range of influence of the project.

In the case of a technology proposed for retrofit, replace

ment, or addition to an existing facility, directly compare

the EHSS attributes (in addition to discharges discussed

above) of the project to those of the existing facility,

including the effects of modifications in equipment and operating procedures for the facility, and for supporting

facilities and activities.

Site Suitability

Information provided about the site and proposed alternatives,

if any, must include the following to the extent applicable:

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O The types and amounts of the raw materials and utilities

needed, and the plan to acquire these materials and

utilities, including sources, methods of extraction, bene

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Provisions for by-product and waste stream handling,

including characterization, storage, sale or disposal, and

transportation plans.

For retrofit projects, a description of the "receiving"

installation, distinguishing between the new technology and

its components and the existing conventional infrastructure

that is not specific to the proposed clean coal technology.

Advantages and disadvantages of the proposed site and

active alternatives, including future use of the site.

Discuss consideration given to discarded alternative

sites, and reasons why the proposed active site(s)

was/were chosen.

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Raw materials and utility requirements (water, power,

coal, etc.)

The offeror must define and provide the logic for the tasks

required to complete the project in sufficient detail to

clearly show how the project will proceed. The description

must include but not be limited to:

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o how project technical and environmental data will be collected,

analyzed, and reported

how project will be scheduled (major milestones, decision

points, etc.)


a facility disposition plan. This plan should show the

extent to which permanent (non-severable) improvements and

other alterations to real property will be made and the

proposed approach to, and plan for disposition of, the

facility and all property included as part of the project.

If operation beyond the life of the project or abandonment

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