Hilton Head Island Airport improvements benefit travelers and wildlife

Aviation Landing

The runway at Hilton Head Island Airport (HHH) has been extended to 5,000 feet. Along with the $14.1 million effort1, HHH replaced a drainage canal with a $5.4 million stormwater management system. The system treats and transports the water through a system of underground plastic chambers that lead downstream.

Because the airport site is within an 81,000-acre watershed, stormwater management will benefit ospreys, dolphins, and other wildlife. Deer, foxes, alligators, birds will no longer be attracted to the hazards of open canals.

[1] scaaonline.com.

News and Notes items accompany the longer articles found in ecoPreserve’s newsletter, Sharing Sustainability. The newsletter can be previewed here.

Alexa Stone
LEED AP, Sustainable Facility Professional, Envision Sustainability Professional - - Alexa has more than 25 years of experience in sustainable and Smart Cities development. Her strategic planning work has served local, state, and federal government, higher education, and private industry. Alexa founded ecoPreserve in 2009 as a team of 3 and has grown the company to over a dozen of the brightest sustainability and project management professionals in the industry.
Alexa Stone

@ecopreserve

Helping organizations improve operations, reduce costs and achieve sustainability through data driven, efficiency focused, planning, reporting & certification.
I liked a @YouTube video https://t.co/IGF8VH9t7F How has NETANYAHU transformed ISRAEL? - VisualPolitik EN - 3 months ago
Alexa Stone

You may also like...

Leave a Reply