Beyond FAA Cleen efforts, Boeing looks to recycle carbon-fiber and interior components
With an eye on limited high-grade material availability and waste management, aviation manufacturers aim to make environmental sustainability integral early on in design processes. And they have U.S. government support in developing new technologies geared toward green. The FAA recently awarded five companies—Boeing, Pratt & Whitney, Rolls-Royce, General Electric and Honeywell—five-year contracts worth $125 million to advance its Continuous Lower Energy, Emissions and Noise (Cleen) ...
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