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→ 106 | Berlin Brandenburg Airport → Annual Report 2011 Waste The amount of waste at Schoenefeld Airport in 2011 corresponded approximately to the volume of the year 2009. The increase in the amount of waste in 2010 was a consequence of the disposal of the contents from oil and water separators and the disposal of the waste from the dismantling of large building complexes in the southern part of the airport premises. There was a substantial decline in the amount of waste at Tegel Airport in 2011. The decline resulted from the completion of the restoration of sealed areas which had caused increased volumes of waste in the two previous years. Most of the waste from these construction activities could be recycled. The waste attributable to FBB comes from the passenger area, retail trade and eateries, the maintenance and repair of movement areas, buildings and technical equipment and from the offices and workshops used by the Company. A distinction is made between hazardous and non-hazardous waste during disposal in accordance with the German Recycling and Waste Management Act. In some areas, there are high fluctuations in the waste quantities when a number of reporting periods are compared. They result from dismantling work or the cyclical disposal of waste from oil and water separators, for instance. Energy Own consumption of heating and electric power per transport unit at Schoenefeld Airport declined once again in 2011: between 2009 and 2011, it fell from 6.8 to 5.5 kilowatt-hours. Own consumption of heating and electric power at Tegel Airport in 2011 fell under the value of 2009, from 4.2 to 3.9 kilowatt-hours. This is evidence of an increase in energy efficiency in 2011. As the power supply of the BER construction site has been reflected in the energy balance sheet of the Company since 2009, electric power demand at the Schoenefeld site has risen by about 16 per cent in the last three years. Consumption of district heating has doubled since 2010. This, as well as the increase in the use of natural gas, is a consequence of the supply to the BER construction site. Fuel oil has not been used for heat generation at the Schoenefeld site since 2011. The plants operated by E.ON edis have been supplying heating, cooling and electricity as contracted since the summer of 2011.

Air In 2011, Berlin Brandenburg Airport undertook major efforts to examine the quality of the air on the operating premises and in its environs. In summer – one year before the operational start-up of the airport – the air quality measurement points at the eastern end of the North Runway started operations. This means it will be possible to document changes in the air quality after the operational start-up. The measurement points record continuously the harmful substances typical for transport: carbon monoxide, nitrogen monoxide, nitrogen dioxide and particulate matter. In additions, samples are examined to determine the presence of the harmful substances benzene, benzo(a)pyrene, other hydrocarbons and soot. The continuously recorded measurement values are published daily on the internet site of the State Office for the Environment, Health and Consumer Protection. Moreover, Berlin Brandenburg Airport initiated a voluntary environment study programme in 2011 for the purpose of documenting the air quality and the effects of aviation on the environment over the long term. Honey monitoring – the examination of honey, honeycomb and pollen from the areas surrounding the airport for air pollutants – began in May. Biomonitoring using standardised kale plants provides additional important information about possible environmental effects of aviation. Kale plants were set out at ten measurement points in the airport environs in October and November 2011 and subsequently analysed. Berlin Brandenburg Airport is cooperating with the independent Munich Institute UMW Environmental Monitoring on both projects. Annual Report 2011 � Berlin Brandenburg Airport | 107 �

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