An interview with Lena Wennberg, Sustainability and Environmental Manager at Swedavia AB. By Michael Beadling
Envirosuite has been exploring the aviation industry’s challenges as it returns to ‘normal’ operations. For this article, Envirosuite’s Matt Mills-Brookes and Peter Rafano spoke with Cynthia Woods, Manager, Noise Management Office at Toronto Pearson International Airport, to capture the thoughts of a world-leading airport in noise management and community engagement.
By Matt Mills-Brookes, Senior Airport Specialist, Envirosuite, and Peter Rafano, Airport Business Development, Envirosuite.
Hermes Airports remains committed to the European Green Deal and contributes in developing strategies for responding to climate change challenges. Larnaka and Pafos airports have already attained Level 3+ Neutrality of ACI’s Airport Carbon Accreditation. Within the next decade, the company will implement new ‘green’ technologies alongside the reinforcement of its policy for environmental protection.
The fleet of de-icing vehicles at Munich Airport has received particularly powerful and environmentally-friendly support: the all-electric ‘Elephant e-BETA’ from Vestergaard is now in use at EFM, the company responsible for de-icing and aircraft towing at Munich Airport.