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Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas has implemented an Environmental Management System that identifies all aspects that have a significant impact on the environment.
The airport has a noise control system (SIRMA) that detects, measures and associates the noise generated by the aircraft when flying.
The air quality control network (REDAIR) examines, continuously and automatically, the pollutant levels produced by atmospheric emissions.
The airport supervises and monitors energy consumption in its facilities and has put measures in place that aim to optimise resources.
The airport has differentiated channels for treating waste water and stormwater in order to avoid any possible discharge of contaminants into the public water system.
Airport activity produces thousands of tonnes of waste each year which is managed in a way that preserves natural resources and promotes recycling.
The airport has a wildlife monitoring service based on modern falconry techniques.
The airport is equipped with facilities to explain the environment-related measures adopted by the airport.