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Airport Sustainability Practices (2016)

Chapter: Acronyms

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Suggested Citation:"Acronyms ." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2016. Airport Sustainability Practices. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/23644.
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35 ACRONYMS AMP Asset Management Plan CIP Capital Improvement Program CLT Charlotte–Douglas International Airport DFW Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport DTW Detroit Metropolitan Airport–Wayne County Airport Authority EMS Environmental Management System HVAC Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning kW kilowatt LGA LaGuardia Airport MRF Materials Recovery Facility ORD Chicago O’Hare International Airport PANYNJ Port Authority of New York and New Jersey PG Propylene glycol RNO Reno–Tahoe International Airport RTAA Reno–Tahoe Airport Authority RTS Reno–Stead Airport SADR Spent Aircraft De-icing Fluid Runoff SAGA Sustainable Aviation Guidance Alliance SAN San Diego International Airport SDCRAA San Diego County Regional Airport Authority YVR Vancouver International Airport

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TRB's Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Synthesis 77: Airport Sustainability Practices compiles information about airport sustainability practices and adds them to the Sustainable Aviation Guidance Alliance (SAGA) website. The SAGA website was developed to assist airport operators in developing sustainability programs and provide guidance to those who have new data to input. The website contains entries on more than 900 sustainability practices that were developed by SAGA’s initial stakeholder group. However, a large percentage of these entries do not contain actual practice data.

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