US Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx recently awarded $10.2 million FAA grants to six airports to reduce emissions and improve air quality through the FAA’s Voluntary Airport Low Emission (VALE) program. VALE is designed to reduce all sources of airport ground emissions in areas of marginal air quality. FAA established the program in 2005 to help airport sponsors meet air quality responsibilities under the Clean Air Act. Through VALE, airport sponsors can use Airport Improvement ...

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