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Initial Environmental Examination (IEE) of Mechi Poultry (Unit B)

The Mechi Poultry (Unit-B) is located at Haldibari, Haldibari Rural Municipality-04 (Former Jalthal VDC-06), Jhapa. Geographically, the project site is located in 26.5382 N and 88.0106 E at an elevation of 85 meter from Mean Sea Level. The project site occupies an area of 5 bigha 18 katha and 16 dhur (Approximately 6 ha). The project site is approximately 20 km south of the East-West highway.  Project has been proposed in private land owned by the proponent.

Initial Environmental Examination (IEE) of Mechi Poultry (Unit A)

The Mechi poultry (Unit A) lies in Duwagadi, Mechinagar Municipality, Jhapa of Province 1. Its main objective is to produce quality fertilized eggs for hatchery. Geographically, the project site is located in 26.598694 N and 88.09125 E at an elevation of 88 meter from Mean Sea Level. The project occupies an area of 6 ha of private land owned by the proponent. The project site is approximately 7 km south of the East-West highway.

Environmental Assessment of Valley Chicken Processing, Dhading

The proposed valley chicken processing is located at Siddhalek Rural Municipality-6 (Former Kumpur VDC 1, 3&4), Dhading, Nepal. Geographically, the project site is in 27.81351°N and 84.83702°E at an elevation of 348 m from mean sea level (msl). It occupies an area of 64 ropani (3.25 ha) of private land. The proponent for proposed Valley Chicken Processing is Valley Chicken Processing Pvt. Ltd. Live poultry for slaughter house is imported from different parts of country like Dhading, Chitwan, Tanahun, Sunsari, Nawalparasi, Rupandehi, Kaski etc.

EIA of Butwal Mandap (International Convention Centre and International Exhibition Centre)

The proposed Butwal Mandap will be constructed at Butwal, Rupandehi that lies along East-West Highway. Butwal Mandap is an integrated complex consisting of Exhibition Centre and Convention Centre as the major component. This land has been handed over to the Butwal Sub Metropolitan since 2063 and the site has been used for exhibition and functions The project site has been  frequently used for open exhibition by local business entrepreneurs such as Butwal chamber of commerce and Industry.

Initial Environmental Examination (IEE) of Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve Management Plan 2017-2021

Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve (DHR) was established in 1983 (2039 B.S) with an area of 1325 km2 and was gazetted in 1987. It is currently located in province number 4 and 5 covering different part of Rukum (60%), Baglung (26%) and Maygdi (14%) districts. It is suitated in Dhaulagiri Himal Range. 

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