January 15, 2021
Update on the Port's COVID-19 response
The Port of Seattle’s goal is to be the greenest and most energy-efficient airport and seaport in North America. And here’s what Sea-Tac Airport and our partners are doing to get there:
And here’s how you can help when you’re traveling:
The reality of modern life is that we all need to get from one place to another. But we can help offset the impact of air or road travel through companies like The Good Traveler. Just $2 offsets 1,000 miles! This money pays for projects that help restore climate balance like growing living things that capture carbon, producing clean wind energy, or capturing the methane from landfills. Did you know that the Port of Seattle offsets all of their business air travel every year? Talk to your employer about paying to offset employee business travel.
Did you know that one-third of the trash generated at the airport is kept out of the landfill through Sea-Tac Airport’s waste management program? Help us continue and grow this program by properly sorting your trash every time you visit.
Pack your purchases and snacks in a backpack instead
Don't bring restricted items through security that may end up in the trash bins
You will get to experience the local community and you will get your steps in for the day!
Enjoy foods and merchandise from our local and small business vendors at the airport. They travel fewer miles to get to you.
According to NASA, the largest sources of airplane emissions are takeoff, landing, and taxiing. So getting to where you are going more quickly and efficiently helps both you and the earth.
January 15, 2021
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