The EIS included the characterization of the reference situation in order to identify and limit sensitive areas of ecological and archaeological point of view/architectural, that could condition the execution of various works, access paths, location of the shipyard, stains, etc.; the identification, prediction and evaluation of positive and negative impacts during the construction, operation and maintenance of the recovery phases, and after its abandonment and decommissioning; and the definition of a set of measures to minimize the negative impacts generated by the construction and operation of the exploitation, and to propose a Plan of Environmental Monitoring.
The dam construction allows serving as a watering system with water pressure distribution benefiting an area of approximately 20 hectares.
The dam, in zoned land fill will have 94 m of development crowning with 6 m wide and a maximum height above the natural terrain of 18 m. The total volume of land fillis 28 dam3. The area flooded in the full storage level is of the order of 1.3ha, which corresponds to a total of storage of 58 dam3.
Environmental Impact Study