To the Ministry of Public Health and the Ministry of Natural Resources and
the supreme administrative court ’s judgment by jointly developing and
making publicly available an itemized budget to prevent further exposure to
lead by cleaning up Klity Creek.
To the National Environment Board
the policy of “natural remediation” of Klity Creek and adopt the
policy of a comprehensive, time-bound environmental clean-up strategy for Klity
To the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment
a comprehensive, time-bound environmental clean-up strategy for Klity Creek.
regular, broad and meaningful public consultation and participation in the
development, implementation and monitoring of the clean-up strategy. Include
dedicated measures that facilitate the participation of groups that may face
specific impacts or that are marginalized, such as women, children, the
elderly, and people with disabilities.
avoid exacerbating exposure to lead, the strategy should anticipate disruptions
to food and water sources —including the differential impact such
disruptions might have on women, children, the elderly, and people with
disabilities—during the clean-up and establish viable alternatives that
mitigate negative impacts.
a comprehensive environmental clean-up program to address other industrially
polluted sites, abandoned or still occupied, that threaten human health in
other parts of Thailand.
To the Ministry of Public Health
the current standards for lead in blood to reflect that lead, at levels lower
than these standards, is harmful.
testing of individuals living around Klity Creek. Put in place quality control
measures and oversight to ensure that each individual who is tested receives
their test results in a timely manner and understands the results.
that prenatal services for women and girls living around Klity Creek include
voluntary lead monitoring.
all those in need in and around Klity Creek have access to evidence-based
medical treatment and case management for lead poisoning. Undertake ongoing monitoring,
including of blood lead levels, iron deficiency, neurodevelopmental development,
To the Ministry of Social Development and Human Security
blood tests of individuals in and around Klity Creek shows elevated levels of
lead, provide social services to ensure that children and adults who have, or
may develop, physical and cognitive disabilities as a result of lead poisoning
receive disability-related services, including educational, employment, and
financial assistance, as provided under the Persons with Disabilities Quality
of Life Promotion Act (2007).