London Luton Airport is proud to announce that it has achieved the internationally recognised ISO 14001:2004 certification for its commitment to environmental management.
The requirements of ISO 14001:2004, which sets out criteria for Environmental Management Systems, have been embedded into Airport operations and will help improve environmental performance in areas including waste management, pollution control, noise abatement, energy efficiency, ecological protection and air quality.
The accreditation, which marks the culmination of over a year of dedicated work, was presented to Airport staff on 2nd October 2013 by BSI Group, the UK National Standards Body.
Simon Bown, Health and Safety Manager at London Luton Airport, said: “We are delighted to have achieved certified recognition of the environmental management system we have in place at London Luton Airport. We are committed to limiting the impact of Airport operations on the environment, and we continually seek new ways in which we can further improve our performance for the benefit of our passengers, airport employees and the local community. We now look forward to building on the registered system that we have in place.”
The ISO 14001:2004 certification demonstrates the Airport’s commitment to the continual improvement of its environmental performance, including, but not limited to:
- Improving energy efficiency and reducing associated carbon emissions where possible.
- Seeking continual environmental improvement and prevention of pollution at London Luton Airport.
- Respecting and adapting to the environment and ensure prudent use of natural resources.
Full details of the Airport’s Environmental policy can be found here.
Source / Author: London Luton