Broward County Aviation Department's Green Airport Initiative (GAI) held three public meetings to discuss its final reports and recommendations.
The findings from the GAI study will help Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport (FLL) improve environmental quality and efficiency. It will help FLL become a community model for sustainable development. Clean Airport Partnership, Inc., a private consulting firm, conducted the study on behalf of Broward County.
The Executive Summary and seven final environmental reports from the Green Airport Initiative (GAI) are listed below.
The Clean Airport Partnership (CAP), a private consulting firm, is conducting a Green Airport Initiative (GAI) at the Airport.
The GAI is a five-phase process designed to help FLL improve environmental quality and efficiency, and become a community model for sustainable development. The first phase is to measure the environment conditions at the Airport in five areas:
- Air quality
- Water quality
- Solid waste
- Energy consumption
CAP introduced the project at a public meeting on March 31, 2005. They also provided a progress report on October 18, 2005 to the Broward County Board of County Commissioners.
CAP is developing an Environmental Report based on the initial findings. It will be completed in early 2006 and workshops will present the Report to the public.
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