Circular 42/2015/tt-Btnmt: Technical Rules For Water Resources Planning

Original Language Title: Thông tư 42/2015/TT-BTNMT: Quy định kỹ thuật quy hoạch tài nguyên nước

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DEPARTMENT OF RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
Number: 42 /2015/TT-BTNMT
THE SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM.
Independence-Freedom-Happiness
Hanoi, September 29, 2015

IT ' S SMART

Resource Planning Techniques c

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The Water Resources Law. Twenty-one. Twenty-five. Ah! 6 in 2012;

Base of Decree Stain. 21 /2013/NĐ-CP 3 March 2013 of Ch I'm Functional, mission, rule. Okay. Limit and structure socket function of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment;

At the suggestion of the Secretary of the Water Authority Management, General Manager of the Center for Planning and Travel Okay. National resource investigator, the head of the Department of Science and Technology and the Chief Legal Affairs Department;

Minister of the Ministry of Natural Resources and the Environment of the Department of Information Technical Regulation of Water Resource Planning.

Chapter I

GENERAL REGULATION

What? 1. The adjustment range

This information regulates the technical content, the product of the task of planning a water resource; the planning of water resources for:

1. The watershed of the river.

2. Water Resources.

3. Water Resources of the Province, Central City.

What? 2. Subject applies

It applies to state agencies, organizations, individuals who are involved in the planning of water resource planning and water resource planning.

What? 3. Explain words

In this message the words below are understood as follows:

1. Define Water Resource Function is the identification of water-based purposes based on the benefits of the water supply to each part of the river, which is used by the water or water in the planning period.

2. Amount of water Boob allocated is the amount of water used to allocate to objects that use water.

3. Allocation Point is the location on the water source at which the amount of water is identified and controlled during the allocation for water-using objects.

4. Water resource development is an increase in the amount of water that can be used.

5. The water-level domain. It ' s the surface area of the water that ' s covered by rainwater, and it provides direct access to the water.

What? 4. The rank of water resource planning

1. The water resource planning in the hierarchy is as follows:

a) the general water resource planning of the country;

b) Water watershed water resource planning, watershed water;

c) The provincial water resource planning, the city's central city.

2. The low-ranking water resource planning must be consistent with higher-order water resource planning that has been approved.

3. The specialized planning of exploitation, using the water resources due to the ministry, the sector, the establishment must be consistent with the water resource planning.

What? 5. Water resource planning goals

1. The fair and reasonable guarantee between regions, the object group using water; between administrative areas; between upstream and downstream.

2. The priority of the water source ensures strategic development, social security stability, and international agreements.

3. Balance between the amount of water that can exploit and the need for water use is considering the natural variation of water resources to avoid regular or unforeseen shortages of water.

4. Protect the ecosystems which depend on the water, the key functions of the water supply and recovery of degraded, depleted water resources.

5. Room, anti, mitigation and remediation of the resulting damage caused by water.

6. Advanced use of existing water resources.

What? 6. Required for documentation used in the country ' s water resource planning

1. Must have a clear origin, due to the authority with the authority to publish, provide.

2. Must guarantee inheritance, synchrony from the planning of planning and between different planning events in the water resource planning.

3. The level of detail of the document serving the water resource planning is regulated at the Appendix 01.

Chapter II

STATE RESOURCE PLANNING TASK

What? 7. The overall assessment of natural features, socio-economic

1. General overview of the planning area of planning including content:

a) The geographical location, boundary, length of the border, the coastline (if any);

b) The total natural area, the distribution rate of the topotopoforms, the average elevation; the terrain gradient;

c) The key geological formation;

d) the area and the proportions of the forests;

The climate, meteorology, and meteorology.

e) The honours, resorts, reserve, natural heritage.

2. Overall socio-economic traits including content:

a) Administrative divisions and administrative areas of the provinces, districts in the planning area;

b) The total population, the population classification, population density, the rate of population development;

c) The regions are particularly difficult, the policy regions, the revolutionary base;

d) The key economic and financial sectors contribute to GDP, for the province ' s budget, the Central.

The use of soil and land use;

e) Structure of plants, livestock;

g) orionation of economic-social development.

What? 8. General Evaluation of Water Resource status

1. Preliminary description of river systems, streams, canals, canals, lakes, lagogs, breakers, watercourses:

a) The head of the source, at the end of the source, the length of the rivers, streams, canals, the main incision, the administrative units of the water flowing through;

b) geographical location, lake area, lagoon, lagoon;

c) The distribution, depth, thickness of the primary water storage layers.

2. Evaluation of surface water source:

a) The average annual volume of water at fixed observational positions in the planning area;

b) distribution the average flow of the month;

c) transforming the flow of five for many years;

d) Total volume, lagoon, lagoon;

The preliminary assessment of the water quality, streams, canals, canals, lakes, marshes, and other parts of the planning area.

3. Preliminary evaluation of the amount of water reserves and the quality of the water-containing layers of water primarily in the planning area.

What? 9. General evaluation of exploitation, water use, water resource protection, prevention, prevention and remediation of water-caused adverse effects

1. General evaluation of exploitation, use of water resources:

a) The proportion of urban, rural, rural;

b) the amount of water used in agriculture, fisheries, the principal industries, the living and the service;

c) The mechanism uses water;

d) The water resources mined, used mainly;

The system of observation is related to the number of countries;

e) Mile, competition in harness, water use.

2. General evaluation of water resource protection:

a) System of observational stations related to water quality;

b) The types and methods of discharge into the water source; the proportion of the objects licensed compared to the subject must apply;

c) The ratio of wastewater was processed;

d) The situation of degradation, pollution of water;

The measures, the policy of safeguarding the water resources in the planning area.

3. General evaluation of the room, combing and remediation of the consequences of water caused by water:

a) The aggregation of river banks, canals; land subsiduation; saline penetration areas due to exploration, mining of water under the ground;

b) The identification of the extent of the range under the water caused by the water, the residential community, the infrastructure and the economic-social sectors are frequently affected or severely affected by the harm of the country;

c) The synthesis of the work, pilot, prevention, and remediation of the resulting damage caused by the water.

What? 10. Identilocate the function of the source of water

1. Evaluation of the purposes of extraction, using water primarily for each source of water according to the following content:

a) The total amount of water mined, used in the year and in the dry season;

b) The ratio of contribution to GDP, for the province ' s budget, Central;

c) Create jobs for local people;

d) The main production activities depend on water resources;

The population is granted water from the water source;

e) Mining, using water according to the decisions of the State;

g) The international, interregional agreements and organizations involved in the extraction, use of water resources.

2. Sort of priorititiate the purpose of extraction purposes, using the contents of the content at paragraph 1 Article and determine the principal function of the water source.

What? 11. Preliminary identification of water use

1. Estimates and aggregate demand for water use:

a) The need for the need for water use of the industries to use water for the source of water is mainly exploiting, using;

b) The need for the use of water by local countries in the planning area.

2. The base determines the need for water use:

a) The norm, the standard, the standard of use of the existing water of the economic-social sectors;

b) The case has no regulation on the standard of water use, the identification of the need for water to use the base water to the extraction status quo, the use of water and the direction of economic development-the society of the localities in the planning area.

What? 12. Identitify the problems that need to resolve in exploitation, water use, water resource protection, prevention, prevention and remediation of water-induced adverse effects.

1. Define the problems that need to resolve in exploitation, use of water resources:

a) competition in mining, using water between the localities; among the disciplines; between the local and the fields;

b) The shortage of water, anhydrous water, objects using water affected;

c) Time, the area that happens to lack water.

2. Define the problems that need to resolve in water resource protection:

a) The ecosystems, the degraded domain that affect the water source;

b) The rivers with their hearts, banks, beaches changed;

c) Water sources with water quality have not yet met the purposes of use;

d) Water sources need to preserve and maintain essential aquatic ecosystems;

The sources of water are degraded to areas of cultural history, scenic, cultural, sports, and religious activities.

3. Identitify the problems that need to resolve in the room, fight and rectify the consequences of the damage caused by the water:

a) The areas of the landslides, mudslides, and riverbanks due to their reclamation activities, banks, beaches, construction of waterworks, mining of sand, gravel and other minerals on the river; marine activities;

b) The areas of the fall, the subsiduation of the drilling activities, mining the waters of the earth;

c) The water resources are salted by the operation of the saltwater, reservoir, and flow regulatory process; exploration, mining, and brackish water, saltwater.

4. Identitiate the order of priorities addressing water resources on the basis of scale and level of impact on people, economic development-social development and protection of water resources; internationalness, interregional and interregional.

What? 13. Identilocate object, scope, target, and planning content.

1. Define the scope, the boundaries of the planning water resources.

2. The planning goal must resolve one or one group of water resource problems that have been identified; feasible, specific time milestones and levels must be achieved.

3. Water resource planning content defined on the basis of water resource problems, the order to prioritise the resolution and resources of the Central, local.

What? 14. Solutions, funding, planning and planning progress

1. Solution, Planning and Planning.

a) Define the solution of technology, the right technique that requires planning;

b) Define the task and mechanism of coordination between disciplines, localities and stakeholders in the planning of planning;

c) The cost of the funding corresponds to each of the planning content.

2. Build a plan and advance the planning.

What? 15. Product planning

1. Report on the task of planning a water resource on the prescribed form at Appendix 02.

2. Water resource planning map:

a) A minimum rate of 1:200,000 for the watershed water resource planning, the federal source of water;

b) The minimum rate of 1:100,000 to the provincial water resource planning, the central city.

3. Water resource planning.

Chapter III

WATER ALLOCATION

What? 16. Water allocation principle

1. The distribution of water resources must be tied to the economic-economic development process, which is considering the planning of extraction, the use of water of the industries and the transfer requirements if available.

2. The level of detail of the planning depends on the existing document, the level of water shortages, the competition for use of water in the planning area.

3. Must determine the amount of water that can be allocated before the allocation for the subjects using the water.

4. The minimum flow must be secured before determining the amount of water that can be allocated.

5. The priority items that use water for social stability, strategic development, international agreements must be secured prior to the allocation to the subjects using water.

6. Must assess the effectiveness of the purpose of using water in the areas of water shortage when the allocation of water resources.

7. There must be a specific allocation of water resources, in accordance with the annual and seasonal water resource fluctuations.

8. There must be a method of sharing the amount of water that has been allocated annually by region to local countries and objects using water.

9. Water-sourcing methods must be flexible to actively respond to unforeseen situations due to climate change, economic development-medium-term and long-term societies.

What? 17. The factors mainly need to consider when allocation of water

1. The amount of water using the reality of the subjects using water:

a) the amount of water used for each purpose of use;

b) The need for current water use;

c) Effective use of water, economic value using water;

d) Water function.

2. The level of dependence on the water resources of the subjects using water.

3. Area of the area compared to the entire area of the planning area.

4. The population of the region compared to the entire population of the planning area.

5. The amount of water contributes compared to the amount of water that can be allocated across the planning area.

6. The need to use water for the GDP growth of regions, growth of the sector according to the economic-economic development plan.

7. Value added per unit of use.

What? 18. Collum, investigation of the additional document related to water resource allocation

1. Collation, an additional investigation of the document to obtain detailed information about: Water resources; the status quo; the need to use water to meet the plan, navigate the economic-social development and stability of life on the planning area; the amount of water. to implement the agreement to use the intercountry water and the international agreement.

2. The document type and the detail level of the additional collection document are regulated at the Appendix 01.

What? 19. Water resource review

The total amount of water resources including the total amount of water resources, the total amount of water resources under the soil and the amount of water moving to the basin, is specified in particular as follows:

1. The total amount of water resources at the allocation point is determined on the basis of an average annual flow at the allocation point.

2. The total amount of underwater water resources is determined on the basis of natural dynamic reserves, natural reserves of static, the reserves of artificial addition and the volume of the following.

3. The amount of water moving to the basin is determined at the allocation point based on the average annual flow of actual flow transferred to the basin.

What? 20. Define the amount of water that can be used

The amount of water that can be used includes the total amount of water that can be used and the amount of water under the soil can exploit a stable, defined as follows:

1. The amount of usable surface water is determined on the basis of the total water resources minus the amount of water moving out of the basin and the amount of unusable flood water.

2. The amount of water under the soil is able to exploit the stable being determined on the basis of water that can be mined from the reservoirs without degradation, drained of water resources and changing the environment beyond allowing.

3. Identitiate the amount of water that can be used by months, year, rainy season, dry season by different frequencies.

What? 21. The amount of water guarantees the minimum flow

1. The amount of water guarantees the minimum flow is determined at the allocation point and must be determined before the allocation of water resources.

2. The minimum flow at the allocation point must meet the following requirements:

a) The guarantee of maintaining the flow and quality of water in the river;

b) Make sure the normal development of the aquatic ecosystem;

c) Secure the minimum level for mining operations, the use of water of objects using water.

What? 22. Identilocate a backup water source for water delivery in the event of a water supply pollution incident

1. Identilocate an active source of water that is at risk of an pollution incident in the region with particular economic-social importance.

2. determine the amount of backup water:

a) The need to use water for minimal living and the number of people granted live water;

b) The interval can be issued to the backup water;

c) Total backup water.

3. Define the backup water source as follows:

a) The neighboring water source is likely to respond to the living of the water resource suffering from pollution incidents;

b) The location can be mined, used.

What? 23. The amount of water guarantees essential needs before partition socket

1. The minimum amount of water for eating, living.

2. The amount of water guaranteed to maintain production activities depends on the water supply in rural areas.

3. The amount of water spent on national development strategic goals, regional development strategies.

4. The amount of water specified in the international, international agreements.

5. The amount of the backup water to the water level is active in the event of a water pollution incident.

What? 24. Identilocate the amount of water that can be allocated

The amount of water that can be allocated based on the amount of water that can be used minus the amount of water guarantee the minimum flow, the amount of water guarantees the essential needs, is calculated for each time; there is additional water intake from the work. exploitation, use, regulatory and development of water resources in the planning period.

What? 25. Evaluation of the actual use of water by the subjects using water

1. Identitiate the amount of water mined, used by month, year of:

a) The total amount of water mined, the use of every source of water;

b) The ratio between the amount of water extraction, the actual use compared to the amount of water that can be used by each water source;

c) The amount of water extraction, the use of the object used throughout the planning area.

2. Evaluation of the demand response to the current use of water for purposes of water use by water sources.

3. Performance evaluation uses water according to the purposes of water use.

What? 26. The need to use water

The demand forecast for the use of water for objects using water by month, the following year:

1. Runder, evaluating, aggreging the need to use water on a planning basis, the planning of the economic-social sector has been approved in accordance with the planning period.

2. The unplanned case of water use industries, forecasting the need for water use in the planning period based on regulations on the standard of water use of the socioeconomic sectors.

What? 27. The functional division of the water source

The water resource base has been determined to be preliminary in the planning stages of planning and the direction of extraction, using water in the planning period, the division of water resource functions as follows:

1. Define the scope of the purpose of using water of water resources.

2. Define the requirement for water resources to meet the purpose of use by the planning objectives.

3. Total of the purposes of water use, the requirements for water resources and the division of the function of each water source.

What? 28. First order allocation of water

The order of preference for the allocation of water resources is determined by region and the purpose of use of water. Based on the location of the watershed, the scale of the planning area, the order of priority is determined by the following criteria:

1. Preferred to region allocation:

a) Based on the agreement to use water between regions;

b) The base to the decision of the competent authorities to enact.

2. Priority allocation under the purposes of using the following primary water:

a) Born;

b) agricultural production;

c) farming of fisheries;

d) to produce electricity;

Industrial production;

e) Transport;

g) Conservation of cultural value, history, environmental improvement; and

) Mining for mineral processing.

What? 29. Identilocate the amount of water allocated for mining subjects, use water

Based on the allocated amount of water that has been determined by months, seasons, years with different frequencies at the allocation point and on the basis of factors that need to be considered for allocation at Article 17 of this Smart, determines the amount of water allocated to the objects using. within the scope of the planning area.

What? 30. Identitiate the amount of water allocated for mining subjects, using water in the case of drought, severe water shortage

1. When the allocation of water resources for objects using water must have a specific allocation method in the case of drought, severe water shortage.

2. The amount of water allocated to the extraction subjects, using water in the case of drought, severe water shortage must be determined at the location of the water from the river, the lake, the water layer according to the following sequence:

a) Define the area, the time of drought, water shortage;

b) Define the subjects using the affected water and the degree of influence;

c) The determination of the minimum amount of water for eating, living;

d) The minimum amount of water required for the objects to use the remaining water.

What? 31. Identilocate the regulatory, extraction, use, water resource development and development process

In the case of necessity, determination of the regulatory, extraction, use, resource development of water resources according to the content:

1. The missing amounts of the sub-states.

2. The time of the absence of water.

3. Type, mission, location of the regulatory, mining, use, water resource development.

What? 32. Define the water transfer needs

Where the watershed or sub-state has an unsufficient quantity of water that does not meet the need for use and is not able to build additional water resource development works in the planning period, the need for transfer of water to be defined as follows:

1. The need to transfer water between the subbasins in the river basin:

a) Identilocate the scarce river substates of water with the need for water transfer in the planning period;

b) Identilocate river substates with the ability to transfer water to the anhydrous river sub-basins;

c) determining the water source, the transfer position and the amount of water that can be transferred;

d) The preliminary determination of the economic benefits of water transfer;

Determining the effect of water transfer to extraction, water use, flow control, flood control and impact on the ecological environment, especially during the dry season.

2. Identilocate the need to transfer the link

Sweep the suitcase of the transmable water transfer associated with the planning area has been defined in the country's general water resource planning, petit the adjustments (if any).

What? 33. Water resource monitoring network, mining, water use

1. Water resource monitoring, exploitation, use of water to obtain information on water resource status and water control is allocated to the mining subjects, using water serving the operating system allocation of water resources.

2. Define the monitoring network: Location, parameters, time and frequency of view.

3. The basis of location determination:

a) The divide, the entry of the rivers;

b)

c) Hydrology station, water resource;

d) Administrative boundaries;

The process of exploitation, use and development of water resources;

e) The backup water source for the development priorities.

4. Plan to invest, manage the observational station and identify organizations that are involved in monitoring water resources, monitoring of extraction, water use.

Chapter IV

PROTECT WATER RESOURCES

What? 34. Water resource protection principle

1. Water Resource Protection must take precautions; it must protect the source of water, water quality, aquatic ecosystems, contribute to the preservation of cultural value, natural landscapes.

2. The water resource protection must bind to the allocation of water resources; in the room, against and overcoming the consequences of the damage caused by water; there is attention to the planning of the mining industries, using water.

3. The degradation prevention solutions, depleted water resources must be flexible to actively respond to unforeseen water pollution incidents due to economic development-medium and long-term social development.

4. Water quality protection must be attached to the purposes of water use, priority for water resources of importance to stabilize social security, implement an international agreement.

5. The level of detail level of the planning depends on the existing document and the problems that need to be addressed in the water resource protection of the planning period.

What? 35. Collum, investigation of the additional document related to the protection of water resources

1. Collum, investigation of the document in order to obtain additional information about: The biosource; the source of contaminated water, the degradation, depleted; the water supply needs to preserve.

2. The document type and the detail level of the additional collection document are regulated at the Appendix 01.

Item 1

MARINE LIFE PROTECTION

What? 36. Forest Protection and Development

1. Set up a portfolio of forest-based hedge-area areas, which affect water resources in the planning area.

2. Sort out the order of priority protection, restoring the forested areas of the source of the degraded source.

3. Define the target, request protection, develop the source of the source forest areas.

What? 37. Lake Protection, Lagoon, Wetlands

1. Set up a catalogue of lakes, lagoon, lagoon, wetlands with water regulation; there is a high value in biodiversity, cultural preservation; important importance to the development of economic-social development and environmental protection in the planning area. The category includes the following principal contents:

a) Name, location;

b) Chu vi, area;

c) The function and importance of water resources.

2. Identilocate the lakes, lagogs, wetlands of degraded land, encroenter, levy.

3. Build a plan to protect, recover, renovate the lakes, marshes, break down has been degraded, overwhelm, levy.

What? 38. Water-level underwater protection.

1. Identilocate the areas, the water-storage areas need to protect the water-level domain under the land in the planning area.

2. Define the location, the scope of the underwater water-level domain in need of protection in the planning area.

3. Sort of order of priority protection, recovery of the degraded land-level domain.

4. Thesis and proposals for protection, recovery, water-level renovation.

5. Build a plan to protect, recover, renovate the water-level underwater.

Item 2

PREVENTION OF DEGRADATION, EXHAUSTION AND RECOVERY OF UNDERWATER WATER RESOURCES

What? 39. Prevention of degradation, depleted of groundwater

1. Analysis, assess the level of lower water levels below soil in the planning area.

2. Identilocate low water levels that allow for the water-containing layers in the planning area.

3. Identilocate the area where the underwater water level is at risk of hypocritical clearance.

4. Identilocate the total amount of water mined at wells in the region where the underwater water level is at an excessive risk of downgrade.

5. Proposal to limit the extraction of mining in areas where land-level water levels are at risk of overlowering the allow.

What? 40. Recovery of water resources under degraded land, depleted

1. Define the water storage and water-based areas that are too low to allow.

2. Identilocate the total amount of water mined in the water level where the water level is lowered too far to allow.

3. Define the priority order and the goal of recovering the water level of the lowered water levels is too low to allow in the planning period.

4. Define the mining limit threshold and proposed plans to cut down in areas with low-water levels below the permitted overland.

5. Proposition of the water-based solution.

Section 3

WATER QUALITY PROTECTION

What? 41. Water Quality Protection

1. Division of the functional division once water in the case of water resource planning does not implement the allocation of water resources.

2. Define the water quality indicators of each water source that has not met or is likely to not meet the purpose of using the water.

3. Quality assessment of water quality according to the purpose of using the current water and the performance of water quality in the planning period.

4. The area of water resources with water quality has yet to be met or is likely to not meet the purpose of using water.

5. Identilocate the cause mainly as water quality indicators that do not meet the purpose of use of water, including:

a) The sources of pollutants containing the instructions are identified at this 2;

b) The total amount of pollutants.

6. Determine the limit threshold for the amount, the concentration of pollutants at the source and the source of wastewater in order to meet the purposes of using water in the planning period.

7. Identitify the room requirements, fight and remedy water resources in the planning period.

8. Identilocate water-based recovery solutions with water quality that has not met the purpose of using water, as follows:

a) The process of processing, preventing contaminants from water sources;

b) Non-process measures are aimed at reducing the source of water pollution.

What? 42. Water quality protection of water storage

1. Identitiate the water quality indicators of the water-containing layers that have not met the purpose of using water.

2. Evaluation of water quality according to the purpose of using the current water and the performance of water quality in the planning period.

3. Identilocate the causes mainly leading to water quality indicators that do not meet the purpose of use, including:

a) the natural condition of the water container;

b) Economic development-the polluts of water pollution.

4. Define the water quality protection requirements in the planning period.

5. Identilocate the water quality protection solutions of the water-containing layers, including:

a) The processes that process and prevent contaminants from water source;

b) Non-process measures to restrict and mitigate the source of water pollution.

Section 4

PROTECT THE WATER SUPPLY.

What? 43. The catalog of water resources to preserve

1. The source of water associated with religious activity, the belief that has been considered by the community community as a sacred source of water or a host of religious, religious-related festivals.

2. The source of water associated with cultural conservation activity, associated with scenic scenic, historical heritage-local traditional culture, national heritage.

3. Water sources with regard to sports activities, entertainment resorts have been planned.

4. Water sources with a high value of biodiversity, associated with a regular or seasonal habitat of endangered species, precious species, and rare protection.

5. Water sources for the purpose of scientific research, nature protection, landscapes.

What? 44. Maintenance, recovery of water needed reserves of degradation

1. Define the cause and extent of pollutants, degradation, depleation of water resources that need conservation:

a) Define the activity of polluing or at risk of contamination of water resources;

b) The impact of the action of the activities is primarily polluing or at risk of water source contamination;

c) Define the extraction object, which uses water at risk or is in decline, depleted of water resources;

d) Assessment of the impact of the exploit subjects, using water primarily at risk or as a recession, depleted of water resources.

2. Identilocate the requirement to maintain, recover in number, the quality of the water supply needs to preserve in the planning period.

a) Assessment of the amount of quantity, the quality of the water;

b) Computing requirements for quantity, quality of water to maintain, recovery of water resources.

3. Identitiate the solution recovery solutions that need conservation:

a) The equation for recovery of quantity, quality of water;

b) Non-technological measures recover the quantity, quality of water; control of activities that cause degradation, depleation of water resources.

4. Define the priority order recovery of water resources that need conservation.

5. Plan and determine the responsibility of the stakeholders in the maintenance, restoration of water resources.

Section 5

WATER QUALITY MONITORING SYSTEM

What? 45. Water quality monitoring network, which oversees sewage discharge into water resources

1. Water quality monitoring network, sewage discharge into the water resource tasked with providing information to monitor the recovery and prevention of water resources; operational control is at risk of polluing, depleation, depleation of water resources that need conservation; control. Sources of water supply.

2. The facility that identifies the network of water quality monitoring, discharge of wastewater into water resources including:

a) the function of water;

b)

c) Hydrology station, water resource, environment;

d) Administrative boundaries;

The density, distribution, scale of sewage discharge sources;

e) The backup water source in the event of water pollution.

3. Identilocate the location, parameters, duration, and frequency of the monitoring network.

4. Make an investment plan, build surveillance networks and organize the monitoring of water quality, discharge wastewater into the water source.

Chapter V.

ROOM, FIGHT AND REMEDY THE CONSEQUENCES WATER DAMAGE

What? 46. Room principle, fight and restore water damage caused by water

1. Room, fight and remedy the damage caused by the water to take precautions is the main; must protect the heart, shore, the beach, ensure the flow of flow; room, anti-slump, soil subsidination, and salt penetration of the water storage.

2. Room, combing and remediation caused by water to bind to the protection of water resources, extraction activities, water use; attention to the planning of related industries.

3. Room, combo, and remediation of the resulting damage caused by water to be proactive, in time, the effect of the effect of water damage.

4. The level of detail level of the planning depends on the existing document and the problems that need to be addressed in the room, combing and overcoming the consequences of the damage caused by the water during the planning period.

5. Room solutions, anti-flexibility to actively respond to unforeseen situations due to the impact of economic development-medium-term and long-term social development.

6. The solutions that rectify the effects of water damage must be consistent with the level of engineering, economic resources in the planning period.

What? 47. Collum collection, investigation of the additional document related to the room, against and corrects the consequences of the damage caused by the water

1. Collation, investigation of the additional material to obtain detailed information about: the quake situation, the avalanche, the shore, the river; the soil subsiduation; the saltwater intrusion.

2. The document type and the detail level of the additional collection document are regulated at the Appendix 01.

What? 48. Room, anti-landslide, landslide, river beach

1. List of areas of the rivers being struck, mudslides or at risk of landslides, beaches in areas with dredging activities, reclamation, shore, riverside; building materials; construction of sand, gravel, gravel, and other minerals; and transportation.

2. Assessment of the variable, the extent of the impact of the landslides, landslides, the waterfront to the residential area, infrastructure and the economic-social sectors.

3. Identilocate the activities mainly caused by landslides, landslides, and river beaches.

4. Identitify the order of priority and the goal of corrects rivers of landslides, mudslides, beaches.

5. Proposal for operations control solutions, landslides, banks, and other areas of prohibition against sand, gravel, and other minerals; warning systems, landslides, and beaches.

6. Plan and determine the responsibility of the stakeholders in the prevention of landslides, landslides, the waterfront.

What? 49. Room, fight and carve, subsiduation.

1. Identilocate areas of drop, soil subsiduation or risk of a drop, soil subsidation due to drilling activity and groundwater extraction.

2. Evaluation of the state of soil extraction, quantity, density of extraction wells; determine the extent and behavior of the water-level lower funnel at the specified area at 1 Article.

3. The region of the region, the water floor with a lower level of water levels allowed.

4. Identitify the self-defense, anti-austerity, and subsiduation, subsiduation in areas with low water levels.

5. Identitify a (01) or a key solution group for prevention, anti and austerity, ground-based subsiduation, groundwater extraction among the following solutions:

a) the region of the forbidden zone, the drought of drilling, and the water of the waters of the earth;

b) Define the threshold limit threshold and plan to cut the amount of water mined in the planning period;

c) Proposition of alternative extraction water sources;

d) Proposition of artificial appointment solutions;

This is a proposal for the subsiduation of soil subsiduation.

6. Plan and determine the responsibility of the stakeholders in the chamber, fight and rectify the fall, subsiduation.

What? 50. Room, resisting and remediation of the saltwater beds

1. Identilocate the water storage and the range of saltwater intrusion due to the impact of groundwater mining.

2. Assessment of the saltwater-based saline invasion of water with the amount of water extraction under the soil.

3. Identilocate the water storage area, room priority area, anti-saline intrusion due to the operation of underwater water extraction in the planning period.

4. Identitify one (01) or the solution group primarily to room, fight and rectify the saline-floor salinity of water among the following solutions:

a) The region of the forbidden zone, the restricted area of land mining in areas where the risk of invasion is salted;

b) Define the extraction limit threshold of the water container to room, anti-penetration of salt and plan to cut the amount of water mined in the planning period;

c) Proposition of alternative extraction water sources;

d) The damaged well damaged well into the saltwater-containing saline.

5. Plan and determine the responsibility of the stakeholders in the room, fight and rectify the salt intrusion.

Chapter VI

WATER RESOURCE PLANNING PRODUCT

What? 51. Water resource planning report

1. The Water Financial Planning Theory Report consists of one or the following content:

a) The distribution of water;

b) Protect water resources;

c) Room, fight, and restore the consequences of the damage caused by the water.

2. The report summares the water resource planning.

3. The layout of the regulatory water resource planning theory at Annex 03.

What? 52. Water resource planning map

1. The water resource planning map consists of one or the following maps:

a) The map allocation of water;

b) Water resource protection map;

c) The room map, combo and remediation of the consequences of the damage caused by the water.

2. The ratio of the maps:

a) A minimum rate of 1:200,000 for the watershed water resource planning, the federal source of water;

b) The minimum rate of 1:100,000 to the provincial water resource planning, the central city.

Chapter VII.

SOLUTION, FUNDING, PLANNING AND PROGRESS. PROCESS EXECUTION

What? 53. Solution, execution budget

1. Define the solution of technology, the appropriate technique that requires the implementation of the planning.

2. Identilocate tasks and coordination mechanisms between industries, localities and stakeholders in the implementation of the planning process.

3. Identitiate the corresponding funding with each of the planning content.

What? 54. Plan and progress made

1. Define the work content that performs in each phase and time of completion.

2. Identitiate the execution of each stage.

Chapter VIII

EXECUTION CLAUSE

What? 55.

1. Ministry, peer agency, government agency, People ' s Committee of the Provinces, the Central City of China, the Secretary of the Department of Water Management, General Manager of the National Water Planning and Investigation Center, the Prime Minister of the Subordinate Units. The Ministry and the organization are involved in the responsibility of this practice.

2. The Bureau of Water resource management, National Water Planning and Investigation Center has a responsibility for guidance, examining the implementation of this Information.

What? 56.

1. This message has been in effect since 1 January 2016.

2. In the course of execution, if there is an entangriation, recommend the agencies, organizations and individuals that reflect on time about the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment for the study of the amendment, added ./.

KT. MINISTER.
Chief.

(signed)

Nguyen Thi Lai