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de Paris SA receives new requests for help, investigates them, passes them on to the relevant local committees, which are consulted on the allocation of grants, and pays out the grants allocated to local residents for noise assessment and sound-proofing work. Local residents have been entitled to free assistance for works since 2013. They are supported through all stages of their project by a dedicated service which is part of the aid programme. In 2017, several technical provisions, including the modification to the AGILE processing tool and the opening of an internet site accessible 24h/24 to file an application and supporting documents, were taken to improve data traceability throughout the process and eliminate paper. In 2017, 2,198 1 files were processed. Aéroports de Paris SA makes available to the public the Vitrail tool to view aircraft flight paths and access information online. Available in the Environment and Sustainable Development Resource Centres at Paris- Orly and Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Vitrail is also proposed to municipalities wishing to consult it. Linked to Vitrail, a new IT tool, Itrap, was developed to improve the quality of claim processing. In less than three hours, this tool collects and processes complaints from local residents relating to noise from planes and is quicker to send them information on a possible breach (altitude, speed, flight path), along with an explanation. If they wish to, the local resident can meet with a representative of DGAC to learn about the techniques developed to reduce aircraft noise. Financial resources allocated to the prevention of environmental risks and pollution Environmental expenditure Aéroports de Paris allocate a dedicated budget of €44 million, planned by the Economic Regulation Agreement, over the term of the strategic plan 2016-2020. In 2017, no compensation was paid out as a result of any court decision of an environmental nature. No significant restorative action was necessary as a result of damage caused to the environment. Environmental liability insurance Aéroports de Paris has liability insurance for environmental risks. It covers all declared activities of Aéroports de Paris. As of 31 December 2017, the payments and provisions recorded on this policy since 2012 amounted to €106,000. Sustainable use of resources Water consumption and supply based on local restrictions Aéroports de Paris distributes drinking water at its airports and has a water tower and booster pump at Paris-Charles de Gaulle, while Paris-Orly and Paris-Le Bourget are supplied by drinking water distribution points. Aéroports de Paris SA’s airports have no water constraints. To reach its target of reducing drinking water consumption per passenger by 5% by 2020 compared to 2014, Groupe ADP recycles rainwater for different uses, for example to supply its cooling towers at Paris-Orly or toilet blocks. It also installs water saving equipment in the toilet areas of its terminals: ◆ recycling of rainwater at the West terminal at Paris-Orly to supply the toilet blocks;
◆ installation of economical water flushes for all toilet block renovation projects; ◆ continuous staff training on the use of water resources, products and equipment. Studies on certain buildings are on-going to recover roof rainwater for non-domestic uses. Consumption of raw materials and improvement measures Aéroports de Paris is mainly a service company, and the challenge of controlling and reducing the consumption of raw materials is lower compared to other environmental impacts. Reuse is studied during the completion of building deconstruction projects. Optimisation of energy efficiency With the aim of improving its energy efficiency by 1.5 % each year 2 over the 2016-2020 period (for a total of 7% over five years), Groupe ADP is deploying a policy focused on energy optimisation for operations and maintenance and improvements to buildings and equipment. This policy is part of its energy management system, certified ISO 50001 in 2015. The follow-up audit in 2017 did not show any non-compliance. Over the third quarter of 2017, Aéroports de Paris realised a gain in energetic efficiency of 1.8% compared to 2015, the year of reference, while this gain was up 1.9% over the third quarter of 2016. In spite of the replenishment in light emitting diodes (LED) for the car parks and the commissioning of 2 new cold units of Paris-Orly power plant and the refurbishment of part of the heat network and the rolling out of the LED lighting for the runway lights in Paris-Le Bourget, that helped to improve the energetic efficiency, the global decrease observed can be explained by the commissioning of new facilities highly energy consuming (ex: hall L luggage sorting system), the slight decrease in heat production productivity, generating more losses, an upgrade of the heat count , that lead to reinstate in the scope of reporting some consumptions without integrating new areas in Paris-Charles de Gaulle as counterpart. Significant energy saving programmes in the buildings help to improve energy efficiency, in particular: ◆ setting an internal carbon price for projects in excess of €3 million (the calculation of the carbon cost is requested for projects with a direct impact – increase or decrease – on energy consumption and therefore, on CO 2 emissions); ◆ remote meter readings by electric meters, to allow better monitoring of consumption and detect excesses; ◆ deployment of the “local energy performance indicators” project; ◆ compensation for real estate projects in excess of €60 million (verification, at each key stage of the project that the construction will achieve the set energy target); ◆ replacement of the classical lighting systems by more energy-saving LEDs in the terminals (hall 2 of Paris-Orly), car parks (PEF in Paris- Charles de Gaulle, P0 in Paris-Orly) and airport zones, and automation of lights to provide lighting on demand.
1 Source: Unit for financial aid for soundproofing of houses and tertiary buildings in the Noise Nuisance Plan for Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Paris-Orly and Paris-Le Bourget. 2 Energy consumption for the Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Paris-Orly, Paris-Le Bourget platforms, excluding external/m 2 of building, in MWh primary energy/ sq.m floor area excluding external, recharging terminals for vehicles, 400 Hz plugs, PCA, PC125A, chargers for ground support vehicles as far as possible depending on existing counting system.
AÉROPORTS DE PARIS REGISTRATION DOCUMENT 2017
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