Seattle-Tacoma International Airport has built a central plant and 15 miles of pipes to send preconditioned air to heat or cool jets at each of its 73 gates. "This long-range investment by the airport will save money for the airlines, reduce our carbon footprint, clean the air of emissions and reduce noise for our neighbors," Elizabeth Leavitt, the airport's director of Planning & Environmental Management, said in a statement.

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