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39 Atkin, P., et al., “Trash Landings: How Airlines and Airports Can Clean Up Their Recycling Programs,” Natural Resources Defense Council, New York, N.Y., 2006. Berry, F., F. Gillhespy, and J. Rogers, ACRP Synthesis of Airport Practice 10: Airport Sustainability Practices, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C., 2008. Black, E., “Airport Sustainable Master Plan Pilot Program,” FAA, Washington, D.C., http://www.faa.gov/airports/ environmental/sustainability/media/interim_ guidance_sustainable_master_plan_pilot.pdf [accessed December 3, 2014], 2010. Buckner, K., F. Pitters., and A. Wedding, ACRP Synthesis of Airport Practice 81: Food and Beverage and Retail Operators: The Costs of Doing Business at Airports, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C., 2017. Cascadia Consulting Group and HF&H Consultant, California Department of Resources Recycling and Recover Cost Study on Commercial Recycling, 2011. Cascadia Consulting Group, LeighFisher Management Consultants, and Mary Loquvam Consulting, ACRP Report 100: Recycling Best Practices—A Guidebook for Advancing Recycling from Aircraft Cabins, Transporta- tion Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C., 2014. Chicago Department of Aviation, Sustainable Airport Manual. Version 3.0, 2012. Environmental Research and Education Foundation, “Analysis of MSW Tipping Fees, January 2016.” www.erefdn.org, 2016. Environmental Research and Education Foundation, “Analysis of MSW Tipping Fees, April 2017.” www.erefdn.org, 2017. FAA, Report on the Sustainable Master Plan Pilot Program and Lessons Learned, 2012. FAA, Recycling, Reuse, and Waste Reduction at Airports—A Synthesis Document, 2013. FAA, Report to Congress: National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems (NPIAS), 2017–2021; 2016. Haseman, Z., ACRP Synthesis of Airport Practice 42: Integrating Environmental Sustainability into Airport Contracts, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C., 2013. Malick, A., ACRP Synthesis of Airport Practice 77: Airport Sustainability Practices, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C., 2016 Martin-Nagle, R. and A. Klauber, ACRP Synthesis of Airport Practice 66: Lessons Learned from Airport Sustain- ability Plans, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C., 2015. SanMartin, F. and D. Rinsler. Guidance on Airport Recycling, Reuse, and Waste Reduction, FAA, 2014 Szczepanski, M., “Wheels Up: A Look at How U.S. Airports Manage Waste and Recycling.” Waste306, Decem- ber 15, 2016. U.S. EPA, Developing and Implementing an Airport Recycling Program, April 2009. U.S. EPA, “Environmental Management Systems (EMS),” www.epa.gov/ems, 2017a. U.S. EPA, “Recycling Basics,” www.epa.govrecycle/recycling-basics, 2017b. U.S. EPA, “Reducing and Reusing Basics,” www.epa.govrecycle/reducing-and-reusing-basics, 2018. References and Bibliography

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TRB's Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Synthesis 92: Airport Waste Management and Recycling Practices focuses on airport waste management and recycling practices that reduce impacts and costs to airports and their surrounding communities. The information in this study was acquired through a literature review, survey results from 35 organizations representing 36 airports from a range of geographic locations and airport classifications, and interviews of a subset of 21 airport waste management experts. The results of the literature review and survey are presented in this short report. Supporting Materials, Case Examples, and Toolkits for ACRP Synthesis 92 includes survey results, case examples representing in-depth interviews on specific airport waste management and recycling practices, and toolkits of existing effective practices to assist airports in implementing their waste management and recycling programs.

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