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Cardiff Airport maintains British Standard for environmental management

Posted 2 May 2019 · Add Comment

An extensive audit of Cardiff Airport’s environmental management system has led to the fourth consecutive achievement of the BS 8555:2003 Seren Standard accreditation, recognising the Airport’s commitment towards legal compliance, environmental performance and continued improvement.

The standard, which was originally awarded to Cardiff Airport for the first time in 2015, was honoured for the fourth consecutive year following a full two-day inspection, which included an in-depth audit of environmental processes and a detailed inspection of the entire Cardiff Airport site including the terminal, car parks and airfield.

Deb Barber, CEO of Cardiff Airport, commented: “In 2015 we completely overhauled our entire environmental management system, adding in new objectives and robust operational procedures, since the first year of accreditation we have upheld these very high standards and been able to retain BS8555:2003 Seren Standard for four years in a row.

“Participation in the Seren Scheme enables us to control our environmental impact, fulfil our responsibilities to the maximum extent and, most importantly, continue to improve. I am immensely proud of the team for this great achievement.”

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