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ISWMS TOR Notice

NOTICE OF INTENT TO FINALISE THE TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT FOR THE PROPOSED INTEGRATED SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (ISWMS) ALSO KNOWN AS REGEN. REQUEST FOR COMMENTS AND NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING  The Environmental Assessment Board (EAB) is providing Notice to the Public of the publication of the Draft Terms of Reference (ToR)

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OTEC EIA Terms of Reference Consultation

The Environmental Assessment Board (EAB) is providing Notice to the Public of the publication of the Draft Terms of Reference (ToR) for the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for a proposed Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) Project on the north shore of Grand Cayman. The public is invited to review and comment on the ToR which

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Proposed Cruise Berthing Facility – Final Terms of Reference for EIA

The Cayman Islands Department of Environment is providing Notice to the Public of the publication of the final Terms of Reference (ToR) for the proposed cruise berthing facility. The public was invited to review and comment on the draft ToR, which outlined the envisaged technical approach for the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA). A summary of

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Final Terms of Reference – Waste Management Facility EIA

The Cayman Islands Department of Environment is providing Notice to the Public of the publication of the final Terms of Reference (ToR) for the proposed Waste Management Facility (WMF), which is part of the For Cayman Investment Alliance (FCIA). The public was invited to review and comment on the draft ToR, which outlined the envisaged

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East End Seaport (draft) Terms of Reference for EIA

The Department of Environment wishes to advise the public that the (draft) Terms of Reference for the Environmental Impact Assessment, associated with the proposed East End Seaport, are now available for public consultation. Any interested parties will have until Thursday 31 March 2011 to submit comments or feedback on the (draft) Terms of Reference. Please

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