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Research and Development Wing

Madhya Pradesh Pollution Control Board
Paryavaran Parisar, E­5. Arera Colony 
Bhopal­4620 16
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Tel:0755­2466970, 2466859
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No: 1209/ EPCO­SEIAA/12
Date: 03.03.2012
Case no 642/2011 Page 1 of 7
State Environment Impact Assessment Authority, M.P. 
(Government of India, Ministry of Environment & Forests)
Research and Development Wing
Madhya Pradesh Pollution Control Board
Paryavaran Parisar, E­5. Arera Colony 
Bhopal­4620 16
visit us http://www.mpseiaa.nic.in
Tel:0755­2466970, 2466859
Fax : 0755­2462136
No: 1209/ EPCO­SEIAA/12
Date: 03.03.2012
To, 
Mr. Rajendra Joshi 
Project Manager (Dewas Tractor Project)
M/s John Deere India Pvt. Ltd. 
B­39, Shalimar Township 
Niranjanpur, A.B. Road
Indore, M. P. 
Phone No – 09764445210
E­mail – joshirajendra@johndeere.com
Sub: ­ Case No. 642/2011, Prior Envionrnmental Clearance for Building and construciton
project built up area 34179.65 sq m village Khataba, Post Jamgod, District Dewas, M. P. 
by M/S John Deere India Pvt. Ltd. for Tractor Plant, Capacity – Agricultural Equipments; 
Agricultural Tractors(Nos): 50,000 per year, Drive trains (Nos)7,000 per year, AB Road, 
Indore, M. P
This has reference to your application No. Nil, dated 22.08.2011,  and subsequent letter
12.09.2011 seeking Prior Environmental Clearance for the above project under the EIA
Notification, 2006.The proposal has been appraised as per prescribed procedure in light 
of  the provisions under the EIA Notification, 2006 on the basis of  the mandatory 
documents enclosed with the application viz., form I, form IA, Conceptual Plan, drawings 
and the additional  clarifications  furnished in  response to the State Expert  Appraisal 
Committee (SEAC) and State Environment  Impact  Assessment  Authority  (SEIAA)
constituted by the competent Authority. 
1.  It  is,  interalia,  noted that  the above Building and Construction (Dewas  Tractor)
project is proposed on an area of  38 ha at survey no.499, 501, 502, 503/1, 503/2, 
504, 505/1, 505/2, 505/3, 505/4, 505/5, 506, 507, 508, 509/2, 511, 512, 513, 514, 
515,  516,  517,  518,  520/1,  520/2,  521,  522,  523,  523/972,  524,  525/1, 
525/2,526/1, 526/2,  527, 528/1,  528/2,  528/3,  528/4,  562,  563,  509/1,  510,  519. 
and has a built up area of 34179.65 Sq.m(The NOC issued by the Town & Country 
Planning Deptt.  (vide letter no.  213@ns-O;i-&118@uxzkfu@2011 Dewas 
dtd.06.02.2012) was  examined and found that  NOC  has been accorded for the
total  built  up area of 34179.65 sq m.  It  lies  at  Latitude 22

57’  53.1” N  and
Longitude 76

06’ 58.4” E. 
The proposed total  water requirement is  400 KLD  which will be sourced from
authorized surface water suppliers WELSPUN and 280 KLD recycled water used
for flushing and gardening purpose. A sewage treatment plant of capacity 80 KLD 
and effluent  treatment  plant  of capacity 210 KLD will be provided by the project 
proponent at site to treat the waste water generated. The total power requirement 
for the proposed project will be 500 KVA during construction phase.Case no 642/2011 Page 2 of 7
2.  The Expert  Committee after due consideration of the relevant  documents 
submitted by  the project proponent  and additional  clarifications  furnished in
response to its  observations  have recommended grant  of  Prior  Environmental 
Clearance to this  project,  as per the provisions  of Environmental  Impact 
Assessment  Notification 2006 and its  subsequent  amendments. State Level 
Environment Impact Assessment Authority (SEIAA) considered the case in its 83
rd 
meeting held on 08.02.2012 and decided to accept the recommendations of SEAC 
85
th 
meeting dtd. 31.12.2011 and 83
rd 
meeting dtd. 08.11.2011. 
Hence Prior  Environmental  Clearance is  accorded for building and construciton
project built up area of 34,179.65 sq m only as per NOC given by T & C P in an
area of 38.00 ha as indicated in the layout map approved by Town and Country 
Planning Deptt.  (vide letter no.  213@ns-O;i-&118@uxzkfu@2011 Dewas  dtd. 
06.02.2012) at village Khataba,  Post Jamgod, District Dewas, M. P. by M/S John
Deere India Pvt. Ltd under the provision of EIA notification dated September 14
th 

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2006 subject to the compliance of the following specific and general conditions:­ 
3. PART A­ SPECIFIC CONDITIONS
I.  Construction Phase
i.  Consent for Establishment shall be obtained from Madhya Pradesh Pollution
Control Board under the Air and Water Act and a copy shall be submitted to
the competent authority before start of any construction work at the site. 
ii.  All sanitary  fittings,  pipelines  etc. used in  the project shall be of premium 
quality conforming the norms to avoid wastage of water through leakages. 
iii.  A First Aid Room will be provided in the project both during construction and
operation phase of the project.
iv.  Proponent  shall obtain  permission from the competent  authority  for
construction of approach road. 
v.  The construction site shall be provided with adequately barricades of at least 
3 m height on its periphery with adequate signage. 
vi.  Structural design aspects in accordance to the seismic zone shall be strictly 
adhered to. 
vii.  The construction materials and debris shall be properly stored and handled to
avoid negative impacts such as air pollution and public nuisances by blocking
the roads and public passages. 
viii.  Adequate drinking water and sanitary  facilities  should be provided for
construction workers at the site. Provision should be made for mobile toilets.
The safe disposal  of  waste water and solid waste generated during the
construction phase should be ensured. 
ix.  Necessary arrangement shall be made for the disposal of treated waste water
during monsoon. 
x.  All the topsoil excavated during construction activities should be stored for use
in horticulture/landscape development within the project site. 
xi.  Disposal of  waste material during construction phase should not  create any 
adverse effect on the neighboring communities and should be disposed taking
the necessary precautions for general  safety  and health aspects  of people, 
only in approved sites with the approval of competent authority.Case no 642/2011 Page 3 of 7
xii.  Construction spoils,  including bituminous  material  and other hazardous 
materials, must  not  be allowed to contaminate watercourses and the dump
sites for such material must be secured so that they should not leach into the
ground water. 
xiii.  Any  hazardous waste generated during construction phase, should be
disposed off as per applicable rules and norms with necessary approvals of 
the Madhya Pradesh Pollution Control Board. 
xiv.  The diesel generator sets  to be used during construction phase,  should  be
low sulphur diesel type and should conform to Environment (Protection) Rules 
prescribed for air and noise emission standards. 
xv.  The diesel  required for operating DG  sets  shall be stored in underground
tanks and if required, clearance from Chief Controller of Explosives shall be
taken. 
xvi.  Vehicles hired for bringing construction material to the site should be in good
condition and should  have a pollution check  certificate,  should conform to
applicable air and noise  emission standards  and should  be operated only 
during non­peak hours. 
xvii.  The transportation of the materials shall be limited to day hours time only. 
xviii.  Measures shall be taken for control of noise levels below 85dBA in the work 
environment. Workers engaged in operations of HEMM, etc. shall be provided
with ear plugs / muffs and health records of the workers shall be mentained. 
xix.  Ambient noise levels should conform to residential standards both during day 
and night and incremental pollution loads on the ambient air and noise quality 
should be closely monitored during construction phase. Adequate measures 
should  be made to reduce ambient  air and noise  level  during construction
phase, so as to conform to the stipulated standards by CPCB/MPPCB.
xx.  Fly  ash should  be used as  building material  in  the construction as  per the
provisions of Fly ash Notification of September, 1999 and amended as on 27
th 
August,  2003.  (The above condition is  applicable only  if the project  site is 
located within the 100 km of Thermal Power Stations). 
xxi.  As far as possible ready mixed concrete must be used in construction work. 
xxii.  Water demand during construction should be reduced as much as possible by 
use of  pre­mixed concrete curing agents, Plasticizers  and other best 
practices. 
xxiii.  PP shall use surface water supplied by the municipal corporation in the project 
as far as possible and no abstraction of ground water shall be done without 
obtaining the permission from CGWA or Private tanker water suppliers may 
be asked to supply water during construction phase. 
xxiv.  Fixtures for showers, toilet flushing and drinking should be of low flow either
by use of aerators or pressure reducing devices or sensor based control. 
xxv.  Duel pipe line has to be laid down for flushing, horticulture and other points 
where recycled water is proposed to be used. 
xxvi.  A STP  of  80 KLD  capacity  shall be constructed at  site as  proposed.  The
proponent  shall also ensure smooth and uninterrupted operation and
maintenance of STP and the treated effluent  has  to be reused within the
premises.Case no 642/2011 Page 4 of 7
xxvii.  Regular supervision of the above and other measures for monitoring should 
be in place all through the construction phase, so as to avoid disturbance to
the surroundings. 
xxviii.  The applicant  shall install the electric  utilities  / devise,  which  are energy 
efficient and meeting with the Bureau of Energy Efficiency norms, wherever
applicable. 

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xxix.  Ozone Depleting Substances (Regulation & Control) Rules shall be followed
while designing the air conditioning system of the project. 
xxx.  Weep holes in  the compound walls  shall be provided to ensure natural 
drainage of rain water in the catchment area during the monsoon period. 
xxxi.  Under the provisions of Environment (Protection) Act, 1986, legal action shall
be initiated against the project proponent if it is found that construction work 
has been started without obtaining environmental clearance.
II  Operation Phase
i.  PP shall promote schemes for conservation of water in such a way  that  the
fresh water demand shall not  go beyond 400 KLD  (Process­305 KLD  and
domestic – 96 KLD). Rest of water requirement shall be met form recycling of 
treated waste water. 
ii.  PP shall ensure that  no disturbance is  caused to the residents  and school 
during construction and operation of the industry. 
iii.  Environment  Management  Cell shall be formed,  which  will supervise and
monitor the Environment related aspects of the project during construction and
operational phases in addition to observance of Madhya Pradesh Building and
other Construction Workers Rules. 
iv.  The Proponent  shall install and operate effluent  treatment  plant  (ETP)  and
sewage treatment plant (STP) as per the details submitted to the SEAC. The
treated effluent  /  sewage shall be reused /  recycled to the extent  possible. 
Discharge of the treated effluent / sewage from the STP shall conform to the
norms  specified by  M.  P.  Pollution Control  Board after obtaining necessary 
permission. 
v.  Best available technology (BAT) such as Ultra violet radiation shall be used for
disinfection of sewage before reuse / recycle / discharge. 
vi.  The green belt along the periphery of the plot shall be provided as per the plan
submitted. The open spaces inside the plot shall be suitably landscaped and
covered with vegetation of indigenous variety .
vii.  Provision for plantation has to be made as per Madhya Pradesh Bhumi Vikas 
Niyam, 1984 subject to a minimum of 33% of the total plot area. 
viii.  The energy audit shall be conducted at regular interval for the project and the
recommendations of the Audit report shall be implemented with spirit. 
ix.  Necessary  auto glow  signage at  all appropriate places  shall be provided to
guide the people towards  exits  and assembly  points  during the unforeseen
emergency and eventuality conditions. 
x.  Training to the staff for the first aid and fire fighting along with regular mock drill 
shall be made an integral part of the disaster management plan of the project.
xi.  All the statutory  clearances  such as the approvals for storage of diesel, Fire
Department, if  applicable, shall be obtained by  the applicants from the
competent authorities.Case no 642/2011 Page 5 of 7
xii.  Environment Management Cell shall be formed during operation phase which
will supervised and monitor the environment related aspects of the project.
xiii.  Diesel generator sets proposed as back up power shall be of enclosed type
and conform to prescribed standards under EPA rules. All exhaust shall be 5.5
m above roof top. Necessary acoustic enclosures shall be provided at diesel 
generator set to mitigate the impact of noise. 
xiv.  For the disposal of used diesel clearance should be taken from the competent 
authority as per the rules under EP Act.
xv.  Noise should  be controlled to ensure that it  does  not  exceed the prescribed
standards. During night time the noise levels measured at the boundary of the
project area shall be restricted to the permissible  levels  to comply  with the
prevalent regulations. 
xvi.  No  water logging should take place at  any point during construction and
operation phase. 
xvii.  Rain water harvesting for surface run­off, as per the plan submitted should be
implemented.  Before recharging the surface run off,  pre­treatment  must  be
done to remove suspended matter, oil and grease. 
xviii.  A report  on the energy  conservation measures  conforming to energy 
conservation norms issued by Bureau of Energy Efficiency should be prepared
incorporating details about building materials & technology, R& U Factors etc. 
and submitted to the competent authority in three months time. 
xix.  The Project Proponent shall explore the possibility of using solar energy and it 
shall be incorporated for illumination of common areas,  lightning of internal 
roads and passages in addition to solar water heating, if any.
PART B­ GENERAL CONDITIONS
i.  Project proponent  has to be strictly follow  the direction/guidelines  issued by 
MoEF, CPCB and other Govt. Agencies from time to time. 
ii.  Provision shall be made for the housing the labourers within the site with all
necessary infrastructure and facilities such as fuel for cooking, mobile toilets,
safe drinking water, medical health care, crèche etc. The housing may be in 
the form of temporary  structures  to be remove after the completion of the
project. 
iii.  Six  monthly  monitoring reports  should  be submitted to the State Level 
Environment Impact Assessment Authority and Regional Office of Ministry of 
Environment and Forest, Govt.of India, Bhopal. 
iv.  Officials from the Regional Office of MoEF, Bhopal who would be monitoring
the compliance of  the stipulated condition should be given full cooperation, 
facilities  and documents/data by  the project  proponents during their
inspection. A complete set of all the documents submitted to SEIAA should be
forwarded to the CCF, Regional office MoEF, Bhopal. 
v.  In the case of any changes(s) in the scope of the project,  the project would 
require a fresh appraisal by the SEIAA of M.P. or Ministry as the case may be. 
vi.  The project  authority  has to submit  half yearly  compliance report  of the
stipulated prior environmental clearance terms and conditions in hard and soft
copy  to the SEIAA of M.P.  on 1
st 
June and 1

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st 
December of each calendar
year.Case no 642/2011 Page 6 of 7
vii.  The project proponent shall inform to the Regional Office, MoEF, GoI, Bhopal 
regarding date of financial closures  and final approval of  the project  by  the
concerned authorities and the date of start of land development work. 
viii.  The funds earmarked for environmental protection measures shall be kept in 
separate account and shall not  be diverted for other purpose.  Year wise
expenditure shall be reported to the MoEF,  GoI,  and its  Regional  Office
located at Bhopal. 
ix.  A separate Environmental Management Cell with suitable qualified personnel 
shall be set­up under the control of a Senior Executive, who will report directly 
to the Head of the Organization. 
x.  A copy  of the environmental  clearance shall be submitted by  the Project
Proponent to the Heads of the Local Bodies, Panchayat and municipal bodies 
as applicable in addition to the relevant officers of the Government who in turn
has to display the same for 30 days from the date of receipt.
xi.  The Project Proponent shall advertise at least in two local newspapers widely 
circulated,  one of which  shall be in  the vernacular  language of  the locality 
concerned, within 7 days of the issue of the clearance letter informing that the
project has  been accorded environmental clearance and a copy  of  the
clearance letter is available with the State Pollution Control Board and also at 
web site of the State Level Environment Impact Assessment Authority (SEIAA)
website at www.mpseiaa.nic.in and a copy of the same shall be forwarded to
the Regional Office,  MoEF, GoI, Bhopal. 
xii.  The project proponent has to strictly follow directions/guideline issued by the
MoEF, GoI, CPCB and other Govt. agencies from time to time. 
xiii.  All the mitigative measures  as  proposed in the Environmental  Management 
Plan during operation and monitoring (submitted & approved by SEAC) must 
be strictly implemented and sustained over the entire life of the project.
4.  The SEIAA of  M.P.  reserves  the right to add additional  safeguard measures 
subsequently,  if found necessary,  and to take action including revoking of  the
environment  clearance under the provisions of  the Environmental (Protection) Act,
1986, to ensure effective implementation of the suggested safeguard measures in a
time bound and satisfactory manner. 
5.  All other applicable statutory clearances such as the approvals for storage of diesel 
from Chief Controller of  Explosives,  Fire Department,  Civil Aviation Department,
Forest Conservation Act 1980 and Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1974, the Air (Prevention
and control of Pollution) Act 1981, the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986, the Public 
Liability (Insurance) Act, 1991 and EIA Notification, 2006 must be obtained. 
6.  These stipulations would be enforced among others under the provisions of Water
(Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974, the Air (Prevention and control of 
Pollution) Act  1981,  the Environment  (Protection) Act, 1986,  the Public  Liability 
(Insurance) Act, 1991 and EIA Notification, 2006. 
7.  The Ministry or any other competent authority may alter/modify the above conditions 
or stipulate any further condition in the interest of environment protection. 
8.  Concealing factual data or submission of false/fabricated data and failure to comply 
with any  of  the conditions  mentioned above may  result  in withdrawal  of  this 
clearance and attract action under the provisions of Environment (Protection) Act,
1986.Case no 642/2011 Page 7 of 7
9.  Any  appeal  against  this  prior  environmental clearance shall lie with the Green
Tribunal, if necessary, within a period of 30 days as prescribed under Section 16 of 
the National Green Tribunal Act, 2010. 
10.  The above conditions will be enforced inter­alia, under the provisions of the Water
(Prevention & Control  of Pollution) Act, 1974,  the Air (Prevention & Control  of 
Pollution) Act, 1981, the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 and the Public Liability 
Insurance Act, 1991 along with amendments and rules.
Sd/­ 
(Manohar Dubey)
Member Secretary 
Endt No.  1210/ EPCO­ SEIAA/12                  Dated 03.03.2012
Copy to:­ 
1.  The Secretary, Department of  Environment,  Government  of Madhya Pradesh, 
Bhopal 
2.  The Chairman,  State Environment  Impact  Assessment  Authority,  M.  P.  Research
and Development Wing, Madhya Pradesh Pollution Control  Board,  Paryavaran
Parisar, E­5, Arera Colony, Bhopal­ 4620 16
3.  The Collector, Distt­Dewas 
4.  The Commissioner, Municipal Corpn., Dewas 
5.  The Member Secretary, Madhya Pradesh State Pollution Control Board, Paryavaran
Parisar, E­5, Arera Colony, Bhopal­462016
6.  The Member Secretary, SEAC, Research and Development Wing, Madhya Pradesh
State Pollution Control  Board,  Paryavaran Parisar,  E­5,  Arera Colony, Bhopal­
462016. 
7.  The Jt. Director, Town & Country Planning, Indore
8.  Division Monitoring Cell, MoEF, GOI, Paryavaran Bhawan, CGO Complex, Lodhi 
Road, New Delhi­ 110 003
9.  Regional  Officer,  Regional  office of the Ministry of  Environment  of Forest, GoI 
Western Region,  Kendriya  Paryawarn Bhawan, Link  Road No.  3,  Ravishankar
Nagar, Bhopal 
10.  Guard file. 
Sd/­ 
(Dr. Sadhana Tiwari)
Officer­in­Charge
News Releases

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2012 News Releases and Information
Deere & Company Breaks Ground on New Tractor Factory in India and Inaugurates Factory that will Build Harvesting Equipment
MOLINE, Illinois (January 12, 2012) – Deere & Company officials broke ground today on the company’s second tractor factory in India, announcing the facility will be constructed in Dewas, which is located northeast of Indore, the largest city in the state of Madhya Pradesh.

Also this week, Deere inaugurated John Deere’s first factory in India that will build combines for harvesting. Construction of the factory began in October 2010 and full production is expected to begin later this month at the factory located in Sirhind, which is west of Chandigarh.

The new tractor factory in Dewas will build small agricultural tractors sold in India and for export to other nearby markets. In early 2011, Deere originally announced plans to expand its manufacturing capacity in India with the construction of the new tractor facility but had not announced the location until today’s ceremony.

“John Deere products have been well accepted by customers in India and our investment in this new factory is a direct result of that success,” said Samuel R. Allen, chairman and chief executive officer of Deere & Company. “John Deere is committed to helping customers in India and around the world to increase their productivity and to prosper.”

Deere is investing $80 million to build the factory in Dewas and could eventually add as many as 1,000 employees at that location. Officials said the new factory also enhances opportunities for ancillary industries to develop as suppliers.

“The state of Madhya Pradesh is not only a strategic location, but also a friendly place to do business,” said David C. Everitt, president of Deere’s Worldwide Agriculture & Turf Division. “This is an ideal location for our second tractor manufacturing facility in India because of its proximity to our farm equipment customers as well as the cooperation of the government leadership.”

“Farm mechanization is very important for India,” Everitt said, “The placement of our new factory in Madhya Pradesh allows farmers in this key region to access technological expertise that will help them improve crop yields.”

Ranjit Nair, managing director of John Deere India, said, “Deere’s success around the world is built on meeting customer needs. We are committed in India to help enterprising farmers improve their productivity and become part of the solution to meet the world’s dramatically increasing need for agricultural production.”

Concerning the new factory for harvesting equipment, Mark von Pentz, president of Deere’s Worldwide Agriculture & Turf Division, said, “Customers in India have found John Deere tractors to be valuable tools and we are confident that harvesting equipment will also provide opportunities for Indian farmers to enhance their success in agriculture.”

Punjab is considered the largest market for combines in India because of its leadership as a producer of grain and other commodities. Deere said the factory could eventually employ as many as 300 workers.

Deere has a long history with the Indian agricultural market, including sales of equipment in India approximately 60 years ago. Later, John Deere created a joint venture in 1997 in India and fully acquired the joint venture in 2005. In addition, Deere opened a technology and engineering center in Pune in 2005 and is involved in a joint venture with Ashok-Leyland to build construction machinery. Deere also inaugurated a John Deere Water facility in Baroda, India in early 2010.

Deere & Company (NYSE: DE) is a world leader in providing advanced products and services and is committed to the success of those whose work is linked to the land – those who cultivate, harvest, transform, enrich and build upon the land to meet the world’s dramatically increasing need for food, fuel, shelter and infrastructure. Since 1837, John Deere has delivered innovative products of superior quality built on a tradition of integrity. For more information, visit John Deere at its worldwide website at www.JohnDeere.com
For further information, the news media should call:
Ken Golden
Director, Global Public Relations
Deere & Company
309-765-5678

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  12. Comment job computer operator marketing & office work

  13. Comment find a job I want to job I AM. 12PASED. AND STUDING IN KOLAGE BUT I WANT TO JOB I LIVE IN DEWAS. MP

  14. Job for automobile engg diploma holder

  15. Job for automobile engg diploma holder

  16. Comment Sir please find job Account Assistance

  17. Comment Sir please job me any computer skills Account Assistance

  18. Sir, How i can apply for engineering job in john deere plant dewas.
    what is a email id of HR requirement dept.

  19. I m interested u r job plz ETP plant requirment information and enqury sent from my Email id ……
    Plz help me sir for ETP job vacant post fill….

  20. required job in design department .have experience 6 months in chetak auto on pro-e creo2.0

  21. Touche. Sound arguments. Keep up the good spirit.

  22. Job me if any electrical/instrumentation maintenance work

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