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LA airports get on the fast track to carbon reporting

One of the first customers for the new Enviance FastTrack program is the Los Angeles World Airports group, which operates three airports in southern California, including LAX. The airport system says it has "the same complex emissions requirements and reporting challenges as a medium-sized city.
Written by Heather Clancy, Contributor on

One of the first customers for the new Enviance FastTrack program is the Los Angeles World Airports group, which operates three airports in southern California, including LAX. The airport system says it has "the same complex emissions requirements and reporting challenges as a medium-sized city." After all, it operates the third-busiest airport in the United States, after Atlanta and Chicago.

Even though the airport network has been working with Enviance for some time, a press release announcing the deal says the new FastTrack service will allow the airport network, which also includes the Van Nuys and LA/Ontario facilities, to begin fulfilling its reporting goals more quickly (within 60 days of sign-up) and comprehensively.

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