OMA airports achieve Level 2 of the Carbon Accreditation Program
MEXICO - Grupo Aeroportuario del Centro Norte (OMA) informed that its 13 airports were accredited at Level 2 of the Airport Carbon Accreditation (ACA) Program, consolidating its leadership in environmental management.
This program, run by Airports Council International (ACI World), aims to reduce the airport industry's carbon footprint. Worldwide, more than 554 airports are part of this scheme.
The airport operator explained that to achieve Tier 2, airports are required to demonstrate effective carbon management procedures, including setting clear targets and demonstrating a reduction in Scope 1 and 2 emissions.
In this way, OMA stated that it has a solid environmental policy for the development of airports with quality infrastructure and services, focused on mitigating environmental impact.
It also defines clear objectives with the goal of optimizing the consumption of electricity and fuels, implementing effective procedures for managing carbon emissions in all operations; maintains rigorous monitoring and control of key systems, including refrigeration, lighting, power generation, and electricity and fuel consumption; conducts awareness campaigns among employees to promote environmental awareness; and maintains a strategic commitment to the environment.