Qatar Airways sees ‘continuous improvement’ in waste, water and energy consumption
Qatar Airways “achieves continuous improvement” in its environmental performance in terms of waste, water and energy through ongoing projects such as the reduction of single-use plastics on board, the introduction of a sorting program waste that maximizes recycling and reuse in its offices and Hamad International Airport among others.
Other ongoing projects include the use of foam engine cleaning for its aircraft, the use of treated wastewater for irrigation at HIA, and optimization initiatives to reduce fuel consumption. energy, Qatar Airways said in its “2021 Annual Report”.
Qatar Airways said it has an “effective” Environmental Management System (EMS) in place, and has extended the scope and successfully retained our certification to the IATA Environmental Assessment Program (IEnvA), which is the highest level of certification in the industry and is independent rated.
Environmental management is firmly anchored throughout the Group in its day-to-day operations and decision-making processes, including the regular review of our policies, standards and procedures, as well as the development and implementation of a “Tailor-made e-learning program” to raise awareness of environmental sustainability. among the staff.
As the inaugural signatory of the Buckingham Palace Declaration in March 2016 and a founding member of the United for Wildlife Transport task force, Qatar Airways declared that it “has a zero tolerance policy” for the transport of illegal wildlife and of their products.
Qatar Airways has developed and maintained a global collaborative network, comprising government authorities, international regulators and industry experts, and has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with ROUTES Partnership.
Qatar Airways was the first airline in the world to be recognized for having respected the agreements of the Buckingham Palace Declaration, demonstrating its continued commitment to this issue.
The airline’s “balanced” approach to limiting the impact of aviation noise and emissions on air quality includes the implementation of aircraft with clean and quiet engine technology and monitoring compliance with airport noise reduction procedures and air quality regulations.
It aligns its operations with the demands of the authorities and the community on its global destinations.
Qatar Airways’ most advanced aviation technology and fuel optimization initiatives are part of an overall strategy to reduce CO2 emissions. The national airline operates one of the newest fleets and the most modern and fuel efficient aircraft.
Further efforts include maintaining compliance with emissions trading systems and the ICAO Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Program for International Aviation (CORSIA) and engaging, as oneworld member airline, with net zero carbon emissions by 2050, part of the first global alliance to unite behind a common goal to achieve carbon neutrality.