Preserving the environment is a key asset for Aerodom
With this in mind, we choose the following priorities in terms of environmental impact: efficient consumption of water and energy, active control of potentially polluting emissions, soil and water resources, reduction, reuse and recycling of waste, noise management and preservation of biodiversity .
We also hope to lead by example and be a positive influence on the different economic agents that work outside and around our airports, creating awareness for greater environmental responsibility.
We have an integrated management system, which includes environmental performance, and has been certified to ISO 14001 since 2020.
Our airports have been certified as Airport Carbon Accreditation by the International Airports Council since 2018.
This is the result of a sustainable, systematic and voluntary effort to manage the carbon emissions linked to our commercial activity.
The Airport Carbon Accreditation is part of a carbon emissions management program that measures and recognizes the efforts made by airports to manage and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Currently, our six airports are certified at level 1 (Mapping) and are in process of receiving level 3 (Reduction).
The reduction means that, in addition to recording the CO2 emission sources under our direct control, we have also managed to effectively reduce our carbon footprint.
Our carbon footprint is verified by an external and independent entity, which reinforces the credibility of our declared emission levels.
Environmental, occupational safety and health policy
AERODOM, concessionaire of the Dominican State for the administration, operation, maintenance, economic exploitation, renovation, and expansion of the concessioned airports, provides all its employees with a safe work area through risk control and sustainable management of natural resources ensuring the continuous improvement of the Environmental Management and Occupational Safety System.
1. Provide a healthy and safe workspace, throughout the identification, control, and communication of risks to achieve the goal of ZERO ACCIDENTS.
2. Prevent environmental pollution and join the fight against climate change, implementing programs that minimize Greenhouse Gas emissions by managing our energy, water and waste generation.
3. Ensure compliance with national legislation, as well as with other applicable or voluntarily assumed international requirements and standards.
4. Periodic review of this policy, indicators, and established targets.
The General Management is the main promoter of the MASS Management System, and it is the responsibility of all employees and interested parties to comply with the statements set out in this Policy.
The scope of the Environmental Management System applies to the administration and operation (management of aeronautical services), maintenance of facilities, economic exploitation (collection management of aeronautical services and real estate management), renovation (remodeling of terminals, offices, existing service areas) and expansion (construction of new infrastructure) of José Francisco Peña Gomez International Airport, located in Punta Caucedo, La Caleta Section, municipality of Boca Chica and Presidente Dr. Joaquín Balaguer International Airport located on Avenida Presidente Antonio Guzmán Fernández, Community of Higüero, North Santo Domingo.