Navigating towards a sustainable future for our people, our community and our environment
Aeria Management Group is committed to making the Aeria precinct, Bankstown Airport and Camden Airport part of a sustainable future for our employees, stakeholders, the surrounding community and the environment.
A range of environmental programs and initiatives are implemented to manage our environment, including conservation, regeneration and clean technologies to improve and protect the environment.
We are committed to developing and enhancing these systems and work programs for improved environmental outcomes at Aeria, our airports and the surrounding community.
Aeria Management Group strives to be an ESG leader within the general aviation and business communities. With a commitment to reaching Net Zero by 2030 we strive to be aware of our impacts and engage with our community in an ethical and responsible manner.
We are focused on improving the ways in which we:
- Minimise pollution to air, land and water
- Manage historic contamination
- Identify and implement measures to reduce resource such as water, fuel and energy
- Minimise waste and maximise recycling
- Manage buildings, structures and features that have been identified as having heritage value
- Manage biodiversity
- Enhance the sustainability of our embedded electricity network
- Managing impacts of our operations
Our airports are home to several populations of rare and threatened species of flora. We are committed to supporting this biodiversity including protection projects such as propagation, bush regeneration and weed removal.
The vulnerable and endangered species we strive to protect include:
- Hibbertia puberula subspecies glabrescens, and Hibbertia fumana
- Acacia pubescens (Downy Wattle)
- Pomaderris brunnea (Rufous Pomaderris)
- Eucalyptus benthamii (Camden White Gum/Kaiyeroo)
Camden Airport has the second largest wombat population in South West Sydney. We collaborate with Camden Wombats Landcare and Greater Sydney Local Land Services to conduct a Sarcoptic Mange treatment program. Mange is a disease caused by mites that causes serious skin inflammation that can be fatal. Our support of this program is an investment in the health of the wombat population and biodiversity.