Aircraft & Environment

 

Technical information

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On average, a narrow-body commercial aircraft is an assembly of 180 000 different parts, built to sustain extreme operating conditions: high speed, high differential pressure, huge structural load, high and low temperatures, etc.

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While aircraft are in operation their environmental impact is kept at a minimum due to the fact that every aircraft must be maintained under the strict control and regulations of national CAA, OEM, AMM recommendations and maintenance performed in a qualified environment.

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Development and testing of new aircraft types takes several years followed by months of intensive work for assembly of every single aircraft.

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As every aircraft has an economical life limit, it is important not to neglect it before it is reaching its life’s end and the time thereafter. Neglected and unattended aircraft will become a serious risk and pose danger to people and environment.

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Even though numerous built-in components like pressurized gases, inflammable substances, fuel and various types of oils, hydraulic fluid, batteries and even radioactive material are considered as being hazardous, aircraft are considered as low-risk to people and environment.

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Nevergreen offers professional disassembly, dismantling and recycling under fully controlled environment. We’ve helped numerous clients to meet their environmental and social responsibility and created added financial value with our end-of-life solutions.