Sharon Douglas - Hartsfield Jackson Airport Growth and Sustainability

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Sustainability In Flight
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
City of Atlanta  Department of Aviation
Sharon Douglas
Sustainability Manager
Department of Aviation
October 24, 2013
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
City of Atlanta  Department of Aviation
Agenda
• Sustainable initiatives at ATL
• Sustainable management plan
• Vision for the future
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
City of Atlanta  Department of Aviation
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
Our Vision
Be the global leader in airport efficiency
and customer service excellence.
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
City of Atlanta  Department of Aviation
Our Mission
Provide the Atlanta region a safe,
secure and cost-competitive gateway
to the world that drives economic
development, operates with the
highest level of efficiency and
exercises fiscal and environmental
responsibility.
At a Glance
• 94 million passengers in 2012
• 931,554 total flights per year
• 250,000 average daily passengers
• Nonstop flights to 156 U.S. cities
• Nonstop flights to more than 80 cities in 50 countries
• 6.8 million-square-foot terminal complex
• 4,700-acre campus with cargo, maintenance, support facilities
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
City of Atlanta  Department of Aviation
Sustainable Initiatives at ATL
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
City of Atlanta  Department of Aviation
New International Terminal
LEED Gold International
Terminal:
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Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
City of Atlanta  Department of Aviation
1.2 million square feet
Low flow rest room fixtures
Preferred parking for AFV
Efficient heating and cooling
system
• Electric charging stations
• Water reclamation system
Garage Lighting Retrofit
Outcomes:
• Reduce parking garage electricity use by 58%
• Previous usage = 210 W/fixture
• Present usage = 80 W/fixture
• Savings = $418,000/year
• Payback period = 3.5 years
Cell Phone Waiting Lot
 Motorists park for free
Atlanta International Airport
 Hartsfield-Jackson
160 parking
spaces along South
City of Atlanta  Department of Aviation
Terminal Parkway
 Reduce traffic congestion
Wetland Mitigation
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56-acre site
Certified wildlife habitat
Walking trail
Observation decks
Bird sanctuary
Open to the public
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
City of Atlanta  Department of Aviation
Water Conservation
Annual Savings since 2008:
Over 55 million gallons
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Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
City of Atlanta  Department of Aviation
Urinal and toilet retrofits
Reclaimed groundwater
Heating and cooling changes
Rainwater Harvesting
LED Lighting
• 3,000 LED edge, centerline,
and guard lights installed
• LED on all new or
reconstructed taxiways
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
City of Atlanta  Department of Aviation
Sky Train
• Opened 2009
• Eliminated rental
car shuttles on
terminal area roads
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
City of Atlanta  Department of Aviation
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
City of Atlanta  Department of Aviation
Sustainable
Management Plan
Sustainable Management Plan: Purpose
Develop roadmap to:
• Reduce energy consumption
• Reduce environmental impacts
• Become a better neighbor
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
City of Atlanta  Department of Aviation
Sustainable Management Plan: Project Scope
1. Define sustainability categories
2. Include baseline inventory of natural resource usage
3. Establish measurable goals and identify initiatives to
minimize impact or consumption
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
City of Atlanta  Department of Aviation
Sustainable Management Plan: Goals
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Integrate sustainability as a core principle in all planning, design,
construction, operation, maintenance
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Identify and adopt strategies for reducing the environmental
footprint, ensuring economic stability
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Foster employee engagement, stakeholder involvement, and
Hartsfield-Jackson
Atlanta Internationalin
Airport
community
partnerships
all decision-making and
City of Atlanta  Department of Aviation
development
Sustainable Management Plan: Targets
Policy
•Green Construction Policy
•Green Procurement Policy
•Zero Waste Policy
•Green procurement language in
service and construction bids
Procurement
•Supply chain validation
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
City of Atlanta  Department
of Aviation
•Surplus
materials sharing
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GOALS
Integrate sustainability as
a core principle in all
planning, design,
construction, operation,
maintenance
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Identify and adopt
strategies for reducing
environmental footprint,
ensuring economic
stability
3.
Foster employee
engagement, stakeholder
involvement, community
partnerships in all
decision-making and
development
Sustainable Management Plan: Targets
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Construction
•LEED for new construction
•Deconstruction (not demolition)
•Energy conservation
•Water conservation
Operations &
Maintenance
•Waste reduction
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
City of Atlanta  Department
of Aviation
•Emissions
reduction
GOALS
Integrate sustainability as
a core principle in all
planning, design,
construction, operation,
maintenance
2.
Identify and adopt
strategies for reducing
environmental footprint,
ensuring economic
stability
3.
Foster employee
engagement, stakeholder
involvement, community
partnerships in all
decision-making and
development
Sustainable Management Plan: Results
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
City of Atlanta  Department of Aviation
Vision for the Future
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
City of Atlanta  Department of Aviation
Next Steps: Zero Waste Zone
• Recycling and education center kiosks in airport
concourses, terminals
• City-wide policy on deconstruction versus
demolition
• Compostable collection from the concourses
• Desk-side Recycling
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
City of Atlanta  Department of Aviation
Next Steps: Water Conservation
• Individual Tenant Metering
• Rainwater Harvesting
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
City of Atlanta  Department of Aviation
Next Steps: Renewable Energy
Solar Installation
• Building roof tops
• Undeveloped land
Energy Park
• Waste-to-Energy
Transportation Efficiency
Atlanta International Airport
• Hartsfield-Jackson
bus,of Aviation
travel plazas, remote
CityShuttle
of Atlanta  Department
terminals
Next Steps: Emissions Reduction
Alternative Fuel Vehicles
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CNG passenger shuttle buses
Electric vehicles
Public electric charging stations
Infrastructure for electric ground
service equipment (tugs, belt loaders)
Transportation Efficiency
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Consolidated shuttle buses, travel
plazas, remote terminals
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
City of Atlanta  Department of Aviation
Thank You
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
City of Atlanta  Department of Aviation
The world’sbusiest airport
Sharon Douglas
[email protected]
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
City of Atlanta  Department of Aviation
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
City of Atlanta  Department of Aviation

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