Environmental supervision tour to the CA-5 North Highway conducted

The supervision tour was conducted in the sections Tegucigalpa - Río del Hombre and Río del hombre – Beginning of the Comayagua Valley participating engineers from the supervising firm and from the Works contractor.

Amarateca.- The Environment Specialist of the Millennium Challenge Account - Honduras, Carmen Padilla, conducted several supervision visits to the CA-5 North Highway in its segments under construction that run from Tegucigalpa to the Comayagua Valley.

The tours are made with the purpose of verifying in the field that the contractor companies are complying with the environmental safety measures in the forest of the area.

Thanks to the constant supervision visits made to the Works on the road, the compliance by the contractor with its environmental liabilities has been achieved in aspects related to the air, soil, forest, water, safety, biodiversity and hygiene.

The environmental Management Plan of the Millennium Challenge Account – Honduras has as its fundamental purpose to implement preventive and, corrective actions to enable the prevention, mitigation and compensation of the damages caused by the improvement and enhancing works of the CA-5 North Highway.

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Supervisión of the vetiver planting in a slope at kilometer 7 of the CA-5 North Highway.

The tours are made with the purpose of verifying in the field that the contractor companies are complying with the environmental safety measures in the forest of the area.

During the visits each of the environmental details existing along the road where the works are conducted are supervised (water, the soil, the forest).

 


2009. Millenium Challenge Account. Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

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