As shown in bidding documents, CITIC Consortiums will engage leading international firms joined by local experts to work as a third party to independently carry out Environmental Impact Assessment (“EIA”) and Social Impact Assessment (“SIA”) for the KPSEZ Projects according to relevant Myanmar laws and the recent promulgated “Environmental Impact Assessment Procedures”. Such work will be openly monitored by the general public.


During the development of the KPSEZ Projects, the project companies will continue to engage independent international consultants to audit the environmental and social impacts on a continuous basis. The audit report will be timely released to the public.


Strict sewage and waste discharge standards will be enforced to protect Myanmar environment. A policy of Recycle, Reuse and Replace will be adopted throughout all aspects of the construction and operations.



Mangrove Plantation in 2023

On September 3, 2023, Mangrove Plantation, one of the livelihoods programs under the Kyaukphyu Anargat, was launched in Kyaukphyu. The program plans to have around 120,000 trees planted in the area with a degraded mangrove coverage. Mangroves can mitigate strong waves and protect costal residents amid flood. Hopefully the program may enhance the living environment of the residents along the shores.