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2 The Airport is committed to integrate economic, social, and environmental aspects into new projects, existing operations and management strategies while providing a quality service to the greater St. Louis area. Rhonda Hamm-Niebruegge Director of Airports 2

3 AIRPORT PROFILE Lambert-St. Louis International Airport (the Airport) is the primary commercial air service transportation hub for the greater St. Louis metropolitan area serving nearly 13 million passengers annually. The Airport is owned and operated by the City of St. Louis and employs approximately 4,500 people through airlines, tenants, vendors and the City of St. Louis. The Airport is one of the top economic engines in the St. Louis region and the state of Missouri with impact on aviation, manufacturing, tourism and other key segments of the economy. Lambert continued the $70 million Airport Experience renovations throughout 2012 and began work on the Checked Baggage In-line System (CBIS) project which includes an overhaul of the baggage belt system in Terminals 1 and 2. Lambert also reopened Concourse C on April 2, 2012, less than one year after an EF-4 tornado struck the Airport. During these renovations and reconstruction projects, Lambert held true to the organization s commitment to the environment as described in the Environmental Policy. A Look Back The Airport has a history of successfully developing and implementing environmental programs and initiatives. August 2011 Participation in Operation Clean Stream The Airport fully implemented the updated facility-wide Environmental Management System (EMS) in February of 2012, developed a Green Team, created and implemented 12 new sustainability policies. Lambert also expanded its environmental and sustainable commitment 2009 to include the integration of economic, social, EMS FAA grant recipient and environmental aspects into new projects and existing operations. The Airport strives to continually achieve a more sustainable operation and management strategy while providing a quality service to the greater St. Louis area. October 2012 Acquired Electrical Vehicles & Charging Stations May 2012 Formal Sustainability Policy Development December 2012 RCGA Green Business Challenge Star Circle of Excellence September 2012 Launched Food Compost Collection Pilot Program February 2012 ISO Self-Certified April 2011 Tornado Disaster Recovery Begins 2002 Full Implentation of Residential Sound Insulation Program & winner of airport industry environmetnal achievement award 2000 Development of formalized EMS approach to develop environmental programs, initiatives, and policy 1988 Use of alternative fuels for fleets and shuttles C Concourse Reopened in

4 ENVIRONMENTAL INITIATIVES Successful environmental initiatives depend on management practices that generate positive economic impacts, enhance labor and community relations, and offer leadership within the aviation community. Such practices enable sustainable initiatives to be integrated into internal policies, business processes, and overall operations at the Airport. Efforts to enhance the overall environmental performance while addressing economic, management, and operation considerations at the Airport include the following areas: Noise Management Water Quality and Usage Environmental Management System and Sustainability Recycling Energy Management Procurement Wildlife Management Pollution Prevention/Best Management Practices Air Quality Noise Management The Airport continues to minimize the impact of its operations on the community through the implementation of the Residential Sound Insulation Program (RSIP) developed as recommended by Federal Aviation Administration FAR (Federal Aviation Regulation) Part 150 Noise Compatibility Program. The RSIP s goal is to reduce the effect of aircraft-related noise on the residential areas within the 1999 Noise Exposure Maps (NEMs) DNL contours. To date 1,175 homes have been acoustically treated as part of this program. The success of the Airport dedication to noise abatement is continually expressed through the quantity of noise complaints. Noise complaints decreased 20% in 2012 Year Noise Complaints , ,844 4

5 Water Quality and Usage During the winter months, airlines are required by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to deice aircraft to ensure proper function of the aircraft and safe flight. The required deicing chemicals create potential negative environmental impacts to surface and storm water systems. To prevent this contamination, the Airport developed a deicing collection system that collects storm water runoff from designated areas on the Airport tarmac/ramp. The deicing collection system allows airlines to deice aircraft and the runway with reduced risk of potential environmental impacts. The Airport continually improves the deicing collection system each year. Also in 2012, Airport Terminal Services (ATS), which provides deicing operation services to approximately 30 percent of departing flights, started plans to build deicing fluid blending stations. This deicing blending technology has potential to significantly reduce the environmental impact of aircraft deicing operations, as the volume of the material used will depend on the outside temperatures. Regarding water conservation, the Airport continued to install low flow fixtures as part of the Airport Experience Program (AEP) renovations, developed a water conservation policy, and developed water utility taskforce. The Airport Experience Program (AEP) renovations included restrooms improvements within the Terminal 1 areas. The renovations included the installation of low flow fixtures that reduces the water demand to half of that required by older fixtures. New ATS Deicing System The sustainability policy for water conservation was created and implemented in This policy places requirements on the type of water fixtures that may be installed as part of construction or renovations projects. Renovated Restrooms and New Fixtures 5

6 Environmental Management System / Sustainability The Environmental Management System (EMS) is an all encompassing system that evaluates the Airport s operational activities and the associated environmental aspects and impacts of those activities. The EMS also includes the applicable development of an environmental policy, legal and voluntary requirements, development of targets and objectives, environmental management programs, requirement of meetings with top management regarding continual environmental improvement, and extensive recordkeeping requirements. The Airport developed an EMS for the Airport Expansion Program in 2000 and received a grant from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in September 2009 to update the EMS to include the entire facility. The updated EMS was fully implemented in February 2012 which made Lambert the first airport in the FAA Central Region to develop a facility-wide EMS. The updated EMS was developed with a sustainable focus and adopted the definition of sustainability as a holistic approach to managing the Airport to ensure economic viability, operational efficiency, natural resource conservation and social responsibility. In addition, future development should meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs. Further, EMS targets and objectives were primarily centered on the sustainability triple bottom line incorporation of environmental, economic, and social aspects in airport operations. Recycling Programs The Airport generates wastes from a variety of groups such as passengers, building renovations, airfield construction, office personnel, restaurants, and fleet maintenance shops. To capture these waste streams, the Airport has conducted waste audits, launched single stream recycling, developed bid specification language, and conducted training with staff. the EMS has an objective dedicated to increase the Airport s solid waste landfill diversion rate and improve recycling. Contract Language Revisions: The solid waste management and recycling services contract language was revised with primary emphasis on recycling collection, educational awareness, and rebates on recycled materials. This new contract language will reduce landfill disposal, increase public awareness of recycling, and decrease overall cost for waste hauling. Sustainability Policy for Recycling: The Green Team developed and implemented a recycling policy with the sustainability triple bottom line. Recycling material channels useful commodities out of landfills and back into the manufacturing system with an added benefit of lower front end material costs for the manufacturing industry. Using recycled materials also reduces the overall environmental impact through reduced energy demand and emissions. The Airport s recycling policy states that the Airport will reduce its landfill contribution, reduce waste disposal related cost by capitalizing on commodity prices for recyclable material such as cardboard, and promote job creation in the local community. Composting: The Airport received grant money for the St. Louis-Jefferson Solid Waste Management District (SWMD) to conduct a compostable organics pilot project at four restaurants. The Airport partnered with the restaurant management concessionaire HMSHost Inc. and has been able to divert nearly 10 tons of compostable organics from the landfill waste stream to use as nutrient rich compost material. Further, the Airport launched a strategic outreach program to publicize the food composting program which received extensive press coverage in local, national and trade media outlets. Construction Waste The Airport requires, as part of standard construction bid specifications, that 50%-75% of construction debris generated from construction projects such as structure and taxiway/runway renovations to be diverted from the landfills and incinerators. The Airport replaced sections of Taxiway Delta, Echo, and Sierra in 2010 and 2011 and recycled approximately 19,000 cubic yards of asphalt and 40,000 cubic yards of concrete. In 2012, a potion of the runway 12R-30L was reconstructed with nearly 70,000 cubic yards of recycled asphalt and concrete materials. 6

7 Energy Management Efficient and effective energy management at a facility the size of Lambert can significantly reduce emissions, reduce demand on fuel transportation, improve air quality, and reduce energy utility costs. The Airport has been dedicated to using more efficient lighting, install occupancy sensors, and improve heating, ventilation, and air conditioning units. In 2012, the Airport continued to improve the overall electrical and natural gas energy demand through the following improvements: Upgraded four air handling units in Terminal 1 with more efficient units to reduce utility costs by approximately $200,000 per year. Airport Engineering won an award from the St. Louis Chapter of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) for this Air Handling Replacement project. Installation of approximately 200 occupancy sensor in offices, common areas, warehouse areas, and utility tunnels which will save the Airport approximately $23,000 in utility costs. Development of a policy restricting electric heater and fans to reduce energy consumption and improve safety. Development of a policy requiring purchase of ENERGY STAR certified equipment where practicable and economically feasible. LED lighting was installed as part of Airport Experience Project renovations in Terminal 1, Concourse A and Concourse C. Procurement Procurement has a significant impact on the determination of a facility s energy efficiency, recycling rates, employee safety, hazardous waste generation, and air emissions initiatives included two primary projects, the Green Purchasing Policy and the Green Cleaning Grant. Green Purchasing Policy The Green Purchasing Policy was developed, implemented, and distributed under the EMS Sustainability Program. This policy outlines the Airport s requirements to purchase items that are more sustainable and includes specifics guidelines for items such as: Paper and Office Supplies, Appliances and Electronics Furniture and Structures Goods containing fewer toxic constituents Places emphasis on life cycle analysis prior to the purchase of materials Green Cleaning Grant The Airport was selected to participate in a green cleaning grant awarded to the City of St. Louis through the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) and the Responsible Purchasing Network (RPN). The goal is to identify green cleaning material options to use in place of traditional cleaners. Wildlife Management The Airport is committed to wildlife management, public safety and environmental protection. The Airport must monitor and control wildlife so that they do not pose a threat to aircraft safety. The Airport maintains a Cooperative Service Agreement with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) to develop a wildlife management plan, update it annually, and actively work to divert wildlife from the Airport perimeter. In 2012, the Airport purchased four solar power bird deterrents devices. Since the new units are solar powered, they are portable and can be placed in the areas of greatest need depending on the bird species and location. 7

8 Pollution Prevention/Best Management Practices The Airport continues commitment to pollution prevention through best management practices (BMP). BMPs are generally divided into two groups, structural and non-structural, with the major objectives to prevent or reduce pollution. Structural BMPs consist of structural measures such as spill kit equipment, grading, and erosion controls. Non-structural BMPs consist of good-housekeeping, preventative maintenance, employee training, monitoring, and inspections. Both structural and non-structural BMPs are maintained through employee training, regular inspections, and corrective actions as described below: Training is an integral part of effective implementation of environmental initiatives such as BMPs. Airport departments are required to attend training such as Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP); Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC); and EMS. Department training class requirements are based directly on the department s operational activities. Most structural and non-structural BMPs are inspected every month by representatives from the Environmental/Health and Safety, Field Maintenance, and Auto Shop Departments. If issues are noted during inspections, corrective actions are performed by the respective airport department, tenant, or airlines. As a result of the training, inspections, and corrective actions, the airport has taken a proactive approach to prevent pollution, avoid pollution associated clean-up costs, and to maintain its status a good neighbor. 8

9 Air Quality As the Airport continues to meet the air travel demands of a growing region, the environmental impacts of growth and development are minimized through various efforts. The Airport vehicle fleet consists of approximately 350 units including cars, pick-ups and specialized airport maintenance equipment used in daily Airport operations. The Airport uses alternative and bio-fuels to energize the fleet. In 1988, the Airport started using B-20 bio-diesel to power the vehicles and maintainenance equipment and now uses B-20 as the primary diesel fuel for over 200 vehicles and equipment. In 1999, the Airport moved to compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicles. Since then, the Airport owns and maintains a fleet of 125 bi-fuel (runs on both gasoline and CNG) vehicles and owns two CNG fueling stations. The Airport s CNG program also includes over 30 CNG dedicated (only will run on CNG) Super Park buses; which transport passengers from nearby Airport parking to and from the Terminal areas. In 2012, Super Park purchased four (4) fully electric vehicles and the Airport installed five (5) electric vehicle charging stations for public use. The Airport has taken many steps toward understanding and reducing emissions associated with Airport Operations beyond alternative and biological fuels. The Airport has quantified the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in two formats: one as part of the City of St. Louis Mayor s initiative, two as part of the EPA requirement for calculation of emission source GHG. The City of St. Louis GHG inventory utilized the ICLEI software to develop the inventory for three years: 2005, 2010, and The EPA required GHG inventory and emission summary was calculated for 2010 and According to the data, Airport GHG emissions have been declining. In addition, the Airport offers two cell phone lots for passenger pick-up, posted approximately 40 no idling signs and plans to place more in the future. The cell phone lots and no idling significantly reduce GHG emissions from vehicle traffic that would normally drive or idle for passenger pick-up. As part of the engineering improvements, the Airport installed eight (8) ground power units (GPU) on Concourse C which are supported by concourse electrical systems. These GPUs provide power to an aircraft s auxiliary electrical systems while the aircraft is docked at a gate. The installation of these units improves air quality and significantly reduces fuel costs for the airlines as aircraft would otherwise require fossil fuel burning generators or use of the aircraft s engines to power the electrical systems. Further, the Airport has taken a leading role in promoting alternative fuel vehicles in the community by participating in The Clean Cities program, where the Airport Fleet Maintenance Supervisor sits on the counsel. These initiatives have and will continue to aid the Airport in the reduction of emissions and to continually provide clean air to the public. 9

10 RCGA Green Business Challenge : Sustainability Community Outreach Lambert-St. Louis International Airport was awarded a Circle of Excellence Award of Merit in the 2012 St. Louis RCGA Green Business Challenge which promotes sustainability strategies in the region. Lambert was a first year participant and one of a few organizations honored with the greatest gain in new sustainable practices or strategies over the duration of the six month competition. The Green Business Challenge was sponsored by the St. Louis Regional Chamber and Growth Association. Lambert pursued an aggressive campaign to set new standards for its sustainability program with goals and guidance set out by the competition as well as its own unique programs. Highlights include: Created a Green Team to guide Airport-wide audit and implement 11 new sustainability practices Implemented pilot programs for food waste composting and green cleaning services Increased energy efficiency with installation of 200 occupancy sensors, LED lighting and new HVAC systems Improved waste generation reduction and recycling policies Increased water conservation by installing low flow sanitary system The Airport receives the Circle of Excellence Award. The Airport was also recognized in the competition in areas of sustainability leadership: Expanded fleet of alternative fuels vehicles with more than half operating on compressed natural gas or bio-fuels Opened second free waiting zone/cell phone lot for public to reduce traffic congestion and vehicle carbon emissions Installed five electric vehicle charging stations for public at Airport parking lot Increased construction waste The Airport displayed alternative fuel vehicles at the 2012 Green Business Challenge Expo. 10 The Lambert Director and others were interviewed on the Growing Green St. Louis show on KTRS to promote the Airport s successes in the Green Business Challenge.

11 The Airport is committed to integrate economic, social, and environmental aspects into new projects, existing operations and management strategies while providing a quality service to the greater St. Louis area. Rhonda Hamm-Niebruegge Director of Airports 2

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