Environmental Impact Statements Page ContentThe purpose of an Environmental Assessment (EA) or Environmental Impact Statement (EIS), is to incorporate environmental values into decision making by weighing the environmental impacts of proposed actions and considering alternatives to those actions. An EIS includes a statement of purpose and need, a description of the affected environment, a range of alternatives, and an analysis of the impacts imposed by a project. Once the EIS is finalized, a Record of Decision (ROD) is issued and recorded with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). For more information on NEPA and Environmental Impact Statements, please visit the NEPA website at the following address: http://www.epa.gov/compliance/nepa/ . PHL PHL Consolidated Support Facilities Project, Environmental Asssessment FONSI, July 27, 2018PHL Consolidated Support Facilities Project, Environmental Assessment, July 19, 2018PHL Runway 9R Approach Light Pier Rehabilitation Environmental Assessment FONSI, June 28, 2016PHL Cargo City Reconfiguration – Written Re-evaluation of Environmental Impact Statement, Sept. 4, 2015 Written Re-evaluation and Record of Decision Appendix A – Environmental Technical ReportPHL Fort Mifflin Sound Insulation Program EA Feb 2015PHL Runway 27R High Speed Exit Taxiway Project - CATEX, June 29, 2011PHL Electric Light-Duty Service Vehicles – CATEX, March 15, 2011PHL Fuel Farm Expansion Project – Environmental Assessment FONSI, September 28, 2009PHL Hydrant Fueling System Project – Environmental Assessment FONSI, August 7, 2009PHL Terminal F Expansion Project – CATEX, March 18, 2009PHL Terminal F Preconditioned Air Project – CATEX, February 5, 2009PHL US Airways GSE Electrification Project – CATEX, February 5, 2009Runway 17-35 Extension Project Record of Decision 2005PHL Runway 8-26 FONSI – Environmental Assessment FONSI, September 22, 1994PNEPNE Corporate Aircraft Hangar Environmental Assessment FONSI, August 19, 2016PNE DeSimone Property Release Project – CATEX, December 15, 2010PNE Taxiway Rehabilitation Project – CATEX, August 3, 2010 Public Notice for Permit RenewalFor more information on projects that have been assessed for environmental impacts under NEPA, including categorically excluded actions (CATEX), please contact the Planning and Environmental Stewardship Department at 215-937-6062.