Performance Summary

This section provides a snapshot of LAWA's performance in each of the Sustainability Elements for the last reporting period.

Air

Air Quality & Emmissions Reduction

Summary of 2014 Scope 1 and 2 GHG Emissions at LAX

Source   Emmisions (CO2E, Metric Tons) Scope 1 & 2
Emmissions (%)
Scope 1  
Fleet Vehicles/Rolling Stock   11,175 12.6
Buildings (natural gas)   14,123 15.9
Emergency Generators   301 0.3
Scope 2  
Purchased Electricity   63,099 71.1
Total Scope 1 plus 2   88,698 100

LAX Alternative Vehicle Fleet Composition 2014

Economic Viability

Economic Viability

Total Passengers

At LAX (millions)

Aircraft Operations

At LAX (thousands)

Cargo Volume

At LAX (million tons)

Employee Wellness

Employee Wellness

In 2014, LAWA offered a total of 506 hours of education and training courses to employees on varied topics such as, effective communication, workplace discrimination policies, interview strategies, and more.
In 2014, a total of 1600 employees participated in the annual Health Fair & Employee Appreciation Day at LAX.
Energy

Energy Management

Total Building Energy Consumption

(Million kBTUs)

LAWA equipped all LAX passenger gates with plug-in power and pre-conditioned air. Parked planes do not need to use auxiliary power units, which consume jet fuel. This improvement is more energy efficient and minimizes air quality impacts at LAX.
LAWA currently has 48 publicly available EV charging stations at its various parking lots at LAX and will install an additional 49 chargers in the coming year.

LAX Passenger Energy Intensity

(kBTUs/passenger)

Local Communities

Local Communities

The First Source Hiring Program made 2,150 referrals to companies doing business at LAX in 2014. Of these referrals, 180 individuals were hired.
In 2014, 75 students interned with LAWA through the Gateways Program.
The Job Training Program referred 69 individuals, of which 44 completed training through the program in 2014.
75 LAWA employees volunteered through the Team LAWA program in 2014. The Team LAWA program provides communities service through activities such as Friends of the LAX Dunes habitat restoration work, beach clean-ups, assisting participants in the L.A. Marathon, fundraising for March of Dimes, decorating floats for the New Year’s Day Rose Parade, and others.
Material Resources Management

Material Resources Management

LAWA diverted 67% of waste produced at LAX from the landfill or incinerator in 2014. Over 25,000 tons of materials were reused, recycled or source reduced at LAX in 2014, which is equivalent to the weight of 43 fully-loaded A-380 jumbo jets at takeoff.

LAX Recycled Material 2014

Environmentally Preferably
Purchasing (EPP)

Since 2008, LAWA has purchased paper products such as copy paper, paper towels, toilet rolls and toilet seat covers containing 30% Post-Consumer Recycled (PCR) content or higher.

Natural Resources

Natural Resources Management

El Segundo Blue Butterfly Counts

Noise

Noise Management

LAX Unique Individual Noise Complainants

Percentage of Complaints by City 2010-2014

Procurement Practices

Procurement Practices

LAX Small Business Procurement 2014*

Note: New program took effect on October 1, 2012, switching from Minority and Women owned to Local and Small Business Enterprises.

Construction

Sustainable Construction Practices

LAX LEED Building Projects

AARF

Construction of Air Rescue and Fire Fighting Station 80.

Square Footage: 27, 500
LEED Version: NC 2.2
LEED Status: Certified
LEED Level: Gold
Completion Date: Oct 2011

Bradley Renovations

Renovation of existing Bradley main terminal and demolition of old terminal buildings

Square Footage: 277,084
LEED Version: CI v2009
LEED Status: Design Review Complete
LEED Level: Silver
Completion Date: In Progress

Bradley West

Design and construction of new terminal building, concourses, gates and surrounding aprons

Square Footage: 1,215,925
LEED Version: NC 2.2
LEED Status: Certified
LEED Level: Gold
Completion Date: Apr 2015

CUP

Design and construction of the new plant that replaced the existing facility

Square Footage: 88,814
LEED Version: CI 2.0
LEED Status: Certified
LEED Level: Gold
Completion Date: Jun 2015

Interim West Bus Terminal

Renovation of the TBIT bus terminal located on the new north concourse

Square Footage: 42,743
LEED Version: NC 2.2
LEED Status: Certified
LEED Level: Silver
Completion Date: Mar 2013

Star Alliance Lounge (TBIT)

Air New Zealand passenger lounge; completed as a tenant project

Square Footage: 18,000
LEED Version: CI v2009
LEED Status: Certified
LEED Level: Gold
Completion Date: Feb 2016

Terminal 6 Alaska Board Room

Renovation of Alaska Board Room; completed as a tenant project

Square Footage:
LEED Version: CI v2009
LEED Status: Certified
LEED Level: Gold
Completion Date: Sep 2012

TBIT

First renovation of terminal

Square Footage:
LEED Version: 993,244
LEED Status: Certified
LEED Level: Silver
Completion Date: Mar 2010
Project Name   Description
Square
Footage
LEED
Version
LEED
Status
LEED
Level
Completion
Date
AARF   Construction of Air Rescue and Fire Fighting Station 80 27,500 NC 2.2 Certified Gold Oct 2011
Bradley Renovations   Renovation of existing Bradley main terminal and demolition of old terminal buildings 277,084 CI v2009 Design Review Complete Silver In Progress
Bradley West   Design and construction of new terminal building, concourses, gates and surrounding aprons 1,215,925 NC 2.2 Certified Gold Apr 2015
CUP   Design and construction of the new plant that replaced the existing facility 88,814 CI 2.0 Certified Gold Jun 2015
Interim West Bus Terminal   Renovation of the TBIT bus terminal located on the new north concourse 42,743 NC 2.2 Certified Silver Mar 2013
Star Alliance Lounge (TBIT)   Air New Zealand passenger lounge; completed as a tenant project 18,000 CI v2009 Certified Gold Feb 2016
Terminal 6 Alaska Board Room   Renovation of Alaska Board Room; completed as a tenant project 4,666 CI v2009 Certified Gold Sep 2012
TBIT   First renovation of terminal 993,244 NC 2.1 Certified Silver Mar 2010
Tenant Partnerships

Tenant Partnerships

Almost 74,000 military personnel and their families visited the Bob Hope USO at LAX during 2014 and were provided with complimentary sandwiches, snacks, and beverages, along with amenities such as showers, nap rooms, high-speed internet, TV with a wide selection of DVDs and CD’s, and more.

Water Consumption

Water Consumption

Total Potable Water Use

(millions of gallons) Data for 2011 to 2013 has been revised from previous report

22%
decrease
The installation of new fixtures has improved potable water use efficiency in the LAX terminals by saving an average 1.25 gallons per flush. This translates to a 22 percent reduction of potable water use per unit.
2x
/week
LAX also decreased watering frequencies to twice per week, and developed plans for replacing turf and increasing the use of drought-tolerant landscaping around the LAX campus.

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