The Port of Seattle’s Aviation Division in 2006 represented 4.8% of the total air emissions associated with the airport, while the public’s portion was 11.4%, according to a new report on greenhouse gas emissions inventory. The study, released by Seattle-Tacoma Airport, is a comprehensive benchmark study that will lead to goal-setting environmental strategies. Activities named in the report include ground access and support vehicles, facility sources (such as lighting, heating, air ...


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