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An Explanation Regarding ISO14001:
In November 2012 the IAA was certified to the Israeli and international standard of ISO14001:2004 – Environmental Management – for the management, operation and maintenance of airports and border terminals.

This standard provides many benefits, including:

  • The verification that the IAA meets all the environmental laws and regulations and the
    improvement of the work interfaces with regulators.
    The reduction of the ecological footprint and the overall reduction of pollution incidents
    caused as part of the activity of the IAA.
    Self-control mechanisms.
    Resource conservation.
  • Reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and natural reduction of carbon footprint
    Increasing employee awareness and their integration in environmental activities.
    Showing public responsibility.
    Improved control over the status of the area.
    This management system enables environmental achievements, the optimal use of
    resources, and a reduction of the organization’s effect on the environment.


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Environmental Policy
The IAA Commits to manage, develop, operate and maintain all of its facilities in sustainable manner, from a long term perspective.

The IAA commits to maintaining the balance between the environmental needs and the IAA’s economic and operational needs to benefit future generations.

The IAA implements laws and regulations for environmental protection, In order to prevent and constantly reduce the risks and hazards of natural resources, the environment and the community.

The IAA acts to identify measure and understand the environmental impacts of the activity as a basis for making decisions on the following fields:

  • Aircraft noise nuisance
  • Soil, surface runoff water and groundwater pollution
  • Wastewater treatment, effluent usage and water conservation
  • Air quality
  • Climate change mitigation and Climate change adaptation
  • Hazardous materials management
  • Waste management: reduction, recycling and proper disposal
  • Energy efficiency and renewable energy sources
  • Green building
  • Sustainable purchasing

Senior Management Team continuously improve the environmental management system performance and act to manage its environmental responsibilities in a systematic manner that contributes to the environmental pillar of sustainability.

The IAA Commits to implement greater input from leadership and stakeholders are involved in Decision Making that influence environmental performance.