TheEIS included the characterization of the reference situation in order toidentify and limit sensitive areas of ecological and archaeological point ofview/architectural, that could condition the execution of various works, accesspaths, location of the shipyard, stains, etc.; the identification, predictionand evaluation of positive and negative impacts during the construction,operation and maintenance of the recovery phases, and after its abandonment anddecommissioning; and the definition of a set of measures to minimize thenegative impacts generated by the construction and operation of theexploitation.
This dam, whose reservoir primaryuse will be to watering, has a crowning with 181 m and 9 m wide development, toa height of 21 m above the natural terrain. The volume of landfill is 135 dam3,the flooded area is 12 ha, allowing a total storage of 0.7 hm3.
Environmental Impact Study