- About Asarab
- What We Do
- Our Portfolio
- Contact Us
In this project, Asarab has tried to preserve and conserve ecosystem values while constructing Parsian Port, and to decrease environmental adverse impacts of that. The project of Parsian port construction is an attending part of constructing and operating of Parsian Energy Intensive Industrial Special Economic Zone. P.E.I.S.E.Z. This port will be used for importing iron ore, bauxite, alumina, export of steel, aluminum, clinker cement and prefabricated concrete products, petrochemical products and other products of the downstream industries. Construction of temporary warehouses at the port site and permanent warehouses at the industrial site will be part of the project to allocate the necessary materials for the construction of the abovementioned industries and then connecting site to the railway is another part of this project. The general length of the port is about 3 km, the port’s width is variable in the eastern direction at about 450 m and on the west side is about 330 m.
Description of actual services provided by your staff within the assignment:
The aim of constructing this site, is exporting and importing of primary materials required for Parsian Energy Intensive Industrial Special Economic Zone P.E.I.S.E.Z. Regarding to sensitivity of plan, Environmental Impact Assessment has been done and Environmental Management Plan was prepared by cooperating with Akvaplan-Niva. For this purpose, a comprehensive study on natural environment was done in which types of morphological features of the coat, different zones of marine environment terrestrial and marine fauna and flora was determined and finally sensitivity of the coastal zone was investigated in detailed. Modelling of air and noise pollution with method of NOAA-ESP, IMO from six points in the port and site for CO was conducted. For modelling of Particulate Matters, SO2, NO2, O3 and CO2, AERMOD was applied. Heat and salinity due to water desalination activity with RO and MED methods, sediment dispersion from dredging , and eutrophication of the sea was modelled using 3D software of MIKE3 with Modules of HD, MT, ST & ECO Lab, and then results were analyzed and used in EIA.