Several different international and UK government bodies have a role in the environmental regulation of aviation. Different issues are addressed by different bodies.
Like any business, airports have to meet legislative standards in relation to water quality, waste and protecting the natural environment. The Environment Agency and Natural England are the two bodies with responsibilities in these areas.
Many decisions on how airports can operate are made at local authority level. Local authorities also have a role in monitoring local air quality.
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