Third Runway, Environment

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link

GET INFORMED!

As part of Melbourne Airport's planning for the Runway Development Program, a number of studies have been undertaken to identify any potential impacts on landscape, flora and fauna, soil, groundwater, waterways, waste, air quality and heritage areas around the Airport.

Potential environmental impacts have been identified and measured using the concept design for construction and operation of the Runway Development Program. Studies covered the Runway Development Program development footprint and its immediate surrounds.

Melbourne Airport has planned a series of measures to avoid, mitigate and manage adverse impacts on the whole of the environment for both the construction and operation of the Runway Development Program. These meet the airport’s environmental obligations under the Airports Act 1996 and the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act).

ONLINE EVENT

Nick Walker, Environment and Sustainability Manager will be joining us for the first in a series of online events. To find out more, read the online event information tab (below), then register your details and questions for Nick by going to the register here tab (below).


Find out more, in the video below, about the important work Nick does here at Melbourne Airport.


GET INFORMED!

As part of Melbourne Airport's planning for the Runway Development Program, a number of studies have been undertaken to identify any potential impacts on landscape, flora and fauna, soil, groundwater, waterways, waste, air quality and heritage areas around the Airport.

Potential environmental impacts have been identified and measured using the concept design for construction and operation of the Runway Development Program. Studies covered the Runway Development Program development footprint and its immediate surrounds.

Melbourne Airport has planned a series of measures to avoid, mitigate and manage adverse impacts on the whole of the environment for both the construction and operation of the Runway Development Program. These meet the airport’s environmental obligations under the Airports Act 1996 and the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act).

ONLINE EVENT

Nick Walker, Environment and Sustainability Manager will be joining us for the first in a series of online events. To find out more, read the online event information tab (below), then register your details and questions for Nick by going to the register here tab (below).


Find out more, in the video below, about the important work Nick does here at Melbourne Airport.