AIRDAT is delighted to announce that we have been recertified as carbon neutral by leading certification organisation, Positive Planet. The achievement reflects AIRDAT’s steadfast commitment to environmental excellence and sustainability within the aviation industry.
Leading the way amongst Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs)
By successfully meeting the standards required by Positive Planet for the second year in a row, AIRDAT has demonstrated its commitment to achieving Net Zero emissions by 2030.
In 2022, AIRDAT was awarded ‘most efficient’ in the category for employee intensity and they’re delighted to have made further progress in this year’s analysis, achieving a 14.7% reduction in carbon intensity per person.
According to a 2023 report by Lloyds Banking Group, just over 3 in 10 SMEs have a plan in place to reach Net Zero. The recent recertification confirms that AIRDAT is in a prominent position on net neutrality.
AIRDAT remain proactive in pursuit of sustainability
To achieve net zero, AIRDAT has implemented a comprehensive strategy that includes a carbon measurement commitment, remote working and a cycle-to-work scheme. Future carbon reduction plans include transitioning to electric company vehicles, developing a sustainable procurement policy and to embed sustainability into the company culture.
“Positive Planet is a respected authority in sustainability certification and we’re delighted to be recognised by them for our commitment to net neutrality. At AIRDAT, we’re dedicated to playing our part in building a more sustainable future and supporting our airport clients to do the same”Jennifer Tumbri, CEO
How AIRDAT are helping airports in their commitment to Net Zero
Historically, any sort of airport training or compliance management would create a huge amount of paperwork and commuting but with AIRDAT Airport Safety Systems, everything is created, completed, applied for, audited and documented remotely online. Plus, the information collected on vehicles and equipment used on airports can be used to calculate airport emissions and help airports work toward their carbon emission goals.
By using AIRDAT systems, wastage is reduced, energy consumption is lowered and natural resources are conserved.