In this issue of Airport Magazine, we highlight ARFF, with a special focus on the training now being offered to develop top-notch emergency services at airports. Articles by Randy Krause (Sea-Tac), Stan Jones (Dallas/Fort Worth International), David Whitaker (Memphis International), Richard Wilson, Brian Colella and Tim Holmes (Pittsburgh International), Mark Munroe (Boston Logan International), and Duane Kann (Orlando International) are a powerhouse of information that is a must-read for airport officials. We are indebted to these ARFF officials for sharing their expertise with
Another essential issue at airports today is finding practical
solutions to contain the cost of energy. “No longer is the utility
invoice considered the sole measure of energy performance
in a facility,” explains Charles Marshall III, utilities manager,
Asset Management and Sustainability Division at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International. “Energy auditing and tracking
have become the path to developing strategies to reduce energy
use.” This article gives readers ideas on how to develop effective
auditing and tracking strategies.
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