MANAGEMENT SYSTM2

Topics: Pollution, Environmentalism, Environment Pages: 23 (3995 words) Published: March 14, 2015


FACULTY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
SEMESTER 1 / 2015
SMOM 5103
MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
LECTURER: MUHAMMAD FIRHAT BIN OTHMAN

NAME: PARTHIBAN PONUSAMY
MATRIC NO: CGS01098430
I/C NO: 750123-07-5719
E-MAIL: parthiban_samy@yahoo.com
OUM KUALA LUMPUR LEARNING CENTRE

TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Title
Page
1
Task 1
3
2
Task 2
8
3
Task 3
12
4
Task 4
21
5
Task 5
24
6
References
27

task 1
Chemical Care Sdn Bhd which is located in Paka Terrenganu produces 500,000 tons of Expendable Polystyrene Beads (EPS Beads) a year. At present, this, manufacturing plant uses styrene monomer and pentane (blowing agent) to produce EPS beads and generates 20 tons of waste every month. A total number of 400 workers working in this plant, to which 150 people are foreigners while the remaining 250 people are locals and there are community staying at 2 kilometers radius from the plant. To understand further on EPS beads manufacturing, below Illustration 1 shows the major activities and the process involved in EPS beads production. Illustration 1

From above Illustration 1 it is observed that EPS beads production involves numerous activities and processes, in which every activity has environmental aspects, thus having significant impacts that may contribute to environmental pollution. Further to this aspect and impact factors and also due to the major concern of this organization for the sustainability of the environment, all significant environmental aspects and impacts are identified to ensure environmental pollution is minimized or rather eliminated with attention to details are deliberated. Environmental Aspect and Impact Assessment (EAIA) was conducted and the summary of outcomes are tabulated in TABLE 1 below:- TABLE 1

NO
ACTIVITY
ENIRONMENTAL ASPECT
ENIRONMENTAL IMPACT
1
Delivery of raw materials to the manufacturing plant using transportation (Styrene Monomer, Pentane)
Consumption of energy
(Fuel Oil)
Emission to air
Community Interaction

Emergency
(Potential pillage/leakage/fire)

Depletion of resources
Global warming
Air pollution
Noise pollution
Public Nuisance
Pollution to air/land
or watercourses via drains/storm water

TABLE 1 (CONTINUED)
NO
ACTIVITY
ENIRONMENTAL ASPECT
ENIRONMENTAL IMPACT
2
Handling and storage of materials received using machineries Consumption of energy
(Fuel Oil/Electricity)

Emission to air
Employees travel to and back from plant
Emergency
(Potential/spillage/
leakage/fire)
Land use
Depletion of resources
Global warming
Air pollution
Noise pollution
Local Nuisance
Pollution to air/land
or watercourses via drains/storm water
Depletion of resources
3
Expansion Process
(Mixing of Styrene Monomer, Pentane and Steam in chamber)
Consumption of energy
(Electricity/Pentane
Gas)
Water consumption
Emission to air
Emergency
(Potential leakage/fire)

Noise and visual
Depletion of resources
Global warming
Depletion of water resources
Air pollution
Localized air pollution
Pollution to land
or watercourses via drains/storm water
Public nuisance
Noise Pollution

TABLE 1 (CONTINUED)
NO
ACTIVITY
ENIRONMENTAL ASPECT
ENIRONMENTAL IMPACT
4
Conditioning Process
(Beads are transferred to storage silos for “aging” process) Consumption of energy
(Electricity)
Emergency
(Potential spillage/fire)
Solid Waste

Depletion of resources

Air pollution

Recycling
5
Packing and storage of finished
Consumption of energy
(Fuel Oil/Electricity)
Land use
Solid Waste
Emergency
(Fire)
Depletion of resources
Global warming
Depletion of resources

Recycling

Air pollution

6
Delivery of finished product to the customer using transportation Consumption of energy
(Fuel Oil)...
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