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IATA IenvA

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Transcript of IATA IenvA

Environmental
What we do
Climate Change
Environmental Best Practices
Noise
Local Air Quality
Cabin Waste
End-of-Life Aircraft
IEnvA
Phased Implementation
Environmental Best Practices
Best Practices
We address key environmental issues for the airline industry, including..
End-of-Life Aircraft
Illegal Wildlife Trade
Cabin Waste
Recent studies by IATA indicate that the average passenger generates 1.43 kg of cabin waste per flight
This equates to 4.5 million tonnes per annum, which is predicated to double in the next 15 years
Up to 25% of this waste is untouched food and drink
Cabin Waste
Animal health regulations prevent reuse and recycling of cabin waste on many international flights
IATA is lobbying for the adoption of a risk based approach for enforcement
= 1.43 kg
2015:
4.5 million tonnes
2030:
9 million
tonnes

25%
Airport
Airlines
Service Partners & Manufacturers
Reluctant to provide recycling and waste facilities due to risk of ICW (International Catering Waste) contamination
Low awareness of waste costs by airlines
Reluctant to recycle cabin cleaning waste unless airports provide waste facilities
Reluctant to provide recycling and waste facilities due to risk of ICW contamination
Short turnaround times for aircraft cleaning and lack of facilities does not encourage recycling
Current aircraft designs inhibit the recycling of waste
Commercial demands from airlines mean waste is a low priority
Cabin waste = Vicious Triangle
Illegal Wildlife Trade
The illegal wildlife trade is worth at least USD 19 billion a year (WWF)
In 2016, over 5,000 kilos of illegal ivory and rhino horn and 16,000 live animals were seized at airports around the globe
What can airlines do?
-Raise awareness of wildlife trafficking with staff, passengers and cargo customers
-Encourage reporting of suspicious passengers, baggage and cargo consignments to authorities
-Participate in industry initiatives
-Engage with other transport and logistic stakeholders
What should airline staff look out for?
-Suspicious passenger behavior such as nervous body language/speech and oversized clothing
-Unusual multi-leg routings and checked-through baggage requests
-Suspicious baggage and cargo consignments including unusual smells, sounds, shapes and weights
What should airline staff do?
-Report suspicions to supervisor and/or authorities (police and customs)
-Do not open suspicious baggage or cargo consignments
-Do not confront a suspicious passenger
Find out more
website :
www.iata.org/wildlife
e-mail :
wildlife@iata.org
Steeply rising number of aircraft to be decommissioned (15,000 in next 15 years)
Over 4000 out of service aircraft have an unknown status/location
End of life issues include:
Safety (reuse of uncertified parts)
Environmental (hazardous substances & recycling)
Operations (obstruction of airport areas)
Sector reputation (unsightly images for passengers)
IATA has formed a Multi-stakeholder industry group to develop a best practice guidance manual
What is an Environmental Management System
Helps an organization
identify, manage, monitor and control
environmental issues
Includes the need for
continual improvement
of environmental performance
Companies with Environmental Management Systems:
More than 267'457 companies have a certified EMS
Use of a certified EMS is growing at 6% per year
IEnvA is an EMS made for Airlines
Airline fly the same aircraft, burn the same fuel and face the same challenges but they also share the same solutions.

TWO SCOPES
Core: Flight Operations and Corporate Facilities
Core+: MRO, Ground Operations and Catering


IEnvA is robust
compatible with ISO14001 & existing IATA Programs

Provides much more than just a traditional EMS
Recommended Practices are developed to assist and guide airlines through the most common or most challenging environmental situations they face.
CO2
NOX
SOX
ODS
Noise
Water Consumption
Wastewater
Waste
Sustainable Procurement
Biodiversity
Particulates
Energy Management (ISO50001) - Coming Soon!
Wildlife Transport and Trafficking - Coming Soon!
Flight Operations
Corporate Activities
Ground Operations
Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul
Catering
CO2
NOX
SOX
ODS
Noise
Water Consumption
Wastewater
Waste
Sustainable Procurement
Biodiversity
Energy Management (ISO50001) - Coming Soon!
Wildlife Transport and Trafficking - Coming Soon!
CO2
ODS
Noise
Water Consumption
Wastewater
Waste
Sustainable Procurement
Particulates
Energy Management (ISO50001) - Coming Soon!
Wildlife Transport and Trafficking - Coming Soon!
CO2
ODS
Noise
Water Consumption
Wastewater
Waste
Sustainable Procurement
Energy Management (ISO50001) - Coming Soon!
CO2
ODS
Noise
Water Consumption
Wastewater
Waste
Sustainable Procurement
Energy Management (ISO50001) - Coming Soon!
Stage 1 Implementation:

• Development period less than 6 months
• Not resource intensive
• IEnvA General Awareness Training to selected staff
• Stage 1 on-site Gap Assessment and assistance from IATA
• Creates basis of an EMS:
1. Leadership buy-in and support;
2. Policy development;
3. Understanding your airline’s environmental risks and obligations.


Stage 2 Implementation:

• Development period of less than 18 months
• Online IEnvA Internal Auditor Training for selected staff
• Stage 2 on-site Gap Assessment and assistance from IATA
• Fully fledged Environmental Management System
• Continuous improvement built-in
• Access to all Recommended Practices
Air transport is being
exploited by traffickers
Iconic species face
extinction
Working together
can help stop this illegal trade
Airlines go Wild!
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