Recycling will save Sea-Tac airport $250,000 a year

04/16/2010 |

The new recyclable collection program at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is expected to slash by half the amount of waste sent to landfills, improve ramp safety, cut air emissions and save the airport authority more than $250,000 a year. "This is a cost-effective and convenient recycling system that is coordinated by the airport in order to save money for every airline participating," said Elizabeth Leavitt, Sea-Tac director of Planning and Environmental Programs.

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