Being ‘sustainable' at Aviva Stadium means, providing for current and long-term needs in a manner which improves quality of life, while ensuring a healthy and thriving natural environment as well as ensuring the economic performance of our business. As a high profile national and international event location we will demonstrate how changes to the way we build, live, work, do business and travel could help us to live happy and healthy lives, within our planet's resources from a Social, Environmental and Economic perspective.
Operating in a sustainable manner supports positive environmental initiatives and performance, but it also has positive financial and economic impacts such as reducing costs and positioning The Aviva Stadium positively amongst our competitors in the market sector.
Aviva Stadium has committed to operate within the BS8901 management system which will allow us to reflect and report on what we do and how we perform in three key areas Social, Environmental and Economic. This sustainable management framework will be integrated within the operational and event management process of all activities at the stadium.
Aviva Stadium and all our stakeholders have committed to maximising sustainability through all phases of the stadiums lifecycle, focusing on key areas:
- combating climate change
- reducing waste
- promoting use of public transport
- enhancing biodiversity
- promoting inclusion
- encouraging healthy living
- managing energy consumption and carbon emissions