Environmental Policy Statement of Airports of Montenegro JSC
Airports of Montenegro JSC is committed to the continuous planning, implementation, review and evaluation of effectiveness of the environmental protection activities through compliance with requirements contained in international standards and regulations and national legislation of Montenegro, with an aim to improve environmental quality and control the environmentally adverse impacts.
Raising environmental awareness among all participants in the business process based on the prevention–oriented concept, by means of encouraging development and modern business management and use of innovative technologies aimed at reducing harmful effects on the environment, improving energy efficiency and environmentally sound waste management. In this light, particular attention is given to the observation of experiences of European and airports worldwide, as well as to the continuous training and education.
Environmental management policy is a framework for assessment of the level of achievement of the environmental management general and specific objectives.
Continuous alignment of the environmental protection plans, activities and procedures with the requirements of the international standard ISO 14001: 2004 is ensured. Meeting such requirements represents a minimum level of quality of the environmental management system of Airports of Montenegro JSC.
Environmental management policy is a framework for assessment of the level of achievement of the environmental management general and specific objectives. Operationalization of set objectives at all levels of managements, as well as continuous implementation of procedures at Airports of Montenegro JSC enables for a systematic and full implementation of the Environmental policy, with testing of its effectiveness on a regular basis.
The environmental management policy is binding for all employees and is incorporated in all the documents of the Integrated Quality Management System of Airports of Montenegro JSC. Contribution to the implementation of the environmental management policy at the same time represents contribution to the Integrated Quality Management System at Podgorica and Tivat Airports.
Environmental policy of Airports of Montenegro JSC is oriented to sustainable development as well as promotion of the well–being of the environment and society. Being a socially responsible company, Airports of Montenegro JSC operates in accordance with all principles of environmental protection and sustainable development provided for in national and international regulations.
Environmental management system of Airports of Montenegro JSC is based on the principles of sustainable development and requirements of international standard ISO 14001: 2004.
Environmental management policy of Airports of Montenegro JSC is made publicly available.
Airports of Montenegro JSC is committed to implementation of full range of decarbonization activities aiming to achieve a higher level of accreditation as per the Airport Carbon Accreditation Programme (ACA) and Airport Council International (ACI).
By implementation of the underlying principles of ACA and working patently and devotedly towards the goal, Podgorica and Tivat Airports strive to rank among the leaders in the carbon emission reduction in the airport industry.
There are several levels of activities aimed at reducing energy consumption, such as: energy audits and energy management systems, replacing conventional lights with LED lights, using cutting–edge heating and air conditioning equipment, optimization of temperature or lighting settings. Achievement of decarbonization of energy consumption is to be ensured by setting a strategy for the renewal of the technical vehicle fleet (technical vehicles) so as to prepare for shifting to electric vehicles, and through installation of photovoltaic panels at Podgorica and Tivat Airports.
Implementation of the foregoing specific and active environmental protection solutions is a founding stone of the strategy of Podgorica and Tivat Airports for reducing carbon emissions while pursuing to attain the utmost strategic goal of a net zero emission.