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                                                          弗吉尼亞州能源項目CEPAS C&D廢物生物量項目(弗吉尼亞里士滿)無重大影響FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT FOR THE VIRGINIA STATE ENERG

                                                          弗吉尼亞州能源項目CEPAS C&D廢物生物量項目(弗吉尼亞里士滿)無重大影響FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT FOR THE VIRGINIA STATE ENERG

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                                                          發布日期: 10-08
                                                          更新日期: 10-08
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                                                        1. 本文件為PDF文檔.弗吉尼亞州能源項目CEPAS C&D廢物生物量項目(弗吉尼亞里士滿)無重大影響FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT FOR THE VIRGINIA STATE ENERG
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                                                        3. 摘要:美國能源部完成了弗吉尼亞州里士滿的Cephas C&D廢物生物質項目(DOE/EA-1767)的最終環境評估。根據環境評估(EA)的分析,美國能源部確定其提議的行動將允許弗吉尼亞州使用其部分州能源計劃(SEP)資金作為贈款,以幫助資助Cephas生物質能項目,這不會產生重大的負面影響。能源部進一步確定,可能會產生有益的影響,因為擬議的設施將生產生物量,為當地工業提供一種替代能源,這種能源在消耗時釋放較低濃度的溫室氣體,從而減少對環境的影響。此外,回收的建筑和拆除(C&D)碎片將作為商品出售給回收設施,從而增強了回收材料的市場。此外,受影響社區就業機會和支出的增加將對當地社會經濟產生有益的影響。

                                                          SUMMARY: DOE completed the Final Environmental Assessment for Virginia State Energy Program's Cephas C&D Wastes Biomass Project, Richmond, VA (DOE/EA-1767). Based on the analyses in the Environmental Assessment (EA), DOE determined that its proposed action allowing Virginia to use some of its State Energy Program (SEP) funds, as a grant, to assist in the funding of the Cephas biomass project, would result in no significant adverse impacts. DOE further determined that there could be beneficial impacts as the proposed facility would manufacture biomass to provide local industries with an alternative energy source that, when consumed, would result in less environmental impact by releasing lower concentrations of greenhouse gasses. Furthermore, recycled construction and demolition (C&D) debris would be sold as a commodity to recycling facilities thereby stuengthening the market for recycled materials. In addition, beneficial local socioeconomic impacts would occur from increased employment opportunities and spending in the affected communities.

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