Moorabbin Airport Environment Strategy

The Airport Environment Strategy Process

The development of an Airport Environment Strategy is an obligation under the Airports Act 1996 and the Airports (Environment Protection) Regulations 1997.

The Airport Environment Strategy is required to identify the Airport Lessee Company’s (Moorabbin Airport Corporation’s) objectives for environmental management at the Airport, the sources of environmental impact associated with airport operations and describe the environmental management strategies and actions the Airport will implement over the five years of the Strategy. It is the central management tool used to ensure ground-based activities at the Airport are managed in a manner that minimizes the environmental impact on the environment of the Airport as well as its surroundings.

The Airport Environment Strategy is reviewed every five years with extensive public consultation undertaken as part of the review. The current Airport Environment Strategy can be located in Chapter 10 of the Moorabbin Airport 2015 Master Plan.

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