The environmental impact assessment (EIA) procedure for Dębsk WF was conducted by the competent authorities, i.e. the Mayor of Żuromin Municipality and Town and the Voit of Kuczbork-Osada Municipality. In accordance with the requirements of the Act on sharing information about the environment and its protection, public participation in environmental protection and environmental impact assessment (EIA), in the course of the EIA procedure, the competent authorities (the State Sanitary Inspector and the Regional Directorate for Environmental Protection (RDOŚ)) approved the Project. As part of the EIA procedure, public consultations were carried out which allowed for the participation of Project stakeholders. Two decisions were issued as a result of the procedure:
Decision on environmental conditions issued by the Voit of Kuczbork-Osada Municipality for the project consisting in the construction of “Żuromin FW2” wind farm with a total maximum capacity of 87 MW, which will consist of up to 29 units with a capacity of 3 MW each, underground connections to the main electrical substation, internal access roads (document ref. No. GKB 7624-6/09/10/11 issued on 4 January 2011);
Decision on environmental conditions issued by the Mayor of Żuromin Municipality and Town for the project consisting in the construction of “Żuromin FW3” wind farm with a total maximum capacity of 99 MW, which will consist of up to 33 units with acoustic power not exceeding 106.5 dB each and capacity of up to 3 MW each (document ref. No. IBGKiOŚ 7624-48/09/10 issued on 7 January 2011).
Environmental supervision of Project implementation:
Between 2020 and 2021, BIO-EKSPERT performed 108 on-site inspections of the construction site and access roads, which were carried out between August and December 2020. Inspection dates resulted from the construction work schedule and environmental conditions (mainly humidity during earthworks), intensity of migration and occurrence of amphibians in the impacted area, as well as the bird breeding season.
Bird monitoring was conducted from January 2009 to December 2009 at the site of the future Dębsk wind farm. The monitoring was carried out in accordance with national guidelines.
In the case of Dębsk WF, the Project is not identified as having a significant impact on bird migration routes. According to the EIA report, wind farm operation should not have a significant impact on birds.
Between January and November 2009, bat observations were also carried out at the site of the future Dębsk WF. The monitoring was carried out by an independent expert based on national guidelines and in line with the methodology recommended by EUROBATS.
Due to the anticipated impact on the acoustic climate of the neighbouring areas, a noise level analysis was carried out. The resulting noise emission values showed that noise level would not exceed the level predicted for residential/agricultural development both during the day and at night on site.
Owl boxes in the area of the Dębsk Wind Farm
The environmental supervision carried out at the construction site of the Dębsk Wind Farm, our environmentalists determined the presence of little owl, a bird from the tawny owl family.
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