news - AEROPORTI DI ROMA
Fiumicino, 25 May 2015 – With reference to the press articles reporting the alleged presence of dioxin in the areas involved by the fire occurred between last 6 and 7 May at Terminal 3 of Fiumicino Airport, ADR informs that no alert has been issued by ARPA or ASL Roma D, or by any other competent body, to confirm the presence of such chemical. Furthermore, ADR confirms that the analysis conducted by HSI Consulting srl and Biochemie Lab srl to detect air quality, aimed at detecting over 6,000 different chemicals in over 100 workspaces and in areas close to those affected by the fire, did not give evidence of any abnormal value. ADR, together with ENAC and other bodies and airport operators made all the efforts from the very beginning of the event to implement targeted measures for the protection of health and safety of workers and passengers, while struggling to maintain continuity in services to citizens in compliance with regulations and precaution principles.
Aeroporti di Roma, a company of Gruppo Atlantia, manages the airports of Rome Fiumicino and Ciampino, and conducts other collateral activities for airport facility management. Fiumicino operates four passenger terminals. It is dedicated to business and leisure flights to and from national, international and intercontinental destinations; Ciampino is mainly dedicated to low-cost airlines, express couriers and General Aviation activities. In 2014, ADR airports system recorded around 44 million passengers, with over 230 destinations that can be reached from Rome thanks to the 100 airline operating from the two airports.
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