(HCV, UKL-UPL, Pertek)
Government Regulation No. 22 of 2021 Chapter II on Environmental Approvals in Articles 3 and 4 states that every business, activity, or government agency that has a significant or insignificant impact on the environment is required to have Environmental Impact Analysis (Amdal), Environmental Monitoring Efforts (UKL-UPL), and Environmental Monitoring Plan (SPPL).
The Environmental Impact Analysis (Amdal), Environmental Management Efforts, and Environmental Monitoring Efforts (UKL-UPL) are crucial documents that business actors must prepare when their activities have no significant environmental impact. These documents encompass a comprehensive overview of the business infrastructure development process, including buildings and factory installations, as well as assessing soil conditions and geological aspects. Additionally, they identify potential environmental impacts, whether liquid, solid, gas, or sound waste.
Furthermore, these documents outline how business actors plan to manage and monitor their activities to mitigate the potential risks of environmental damage. The UKL-UPL serves as a standardized framework for environmental management and monitoring, and it is a prerequisite for obtaining approval or licensing from either the Central Government or Regional Government.
The Technical Approval, issued by the government or Regional Government, establishes specific environmental protection and management standards. It also involves the analysis of potential impacts from business activities, aligning with established regulations. The criteria for Technical Approval include meeting Waste Water Quality Standards, adhering to Emission Quality Standards, implementing Waste Management protocols, and conducting a thorough analysis of traffic impacts. This approval process ensures that businesses uphold the highest environmental standards while conducting their operations.