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ecoPreserve recognized at GOAA Green Team meeting

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During the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA) Green Team meeting on May 22nd, ecoPreserve was recognized for their contribution in leading Orlando International Airport to a more sustainable future.

GOAA Green Team meeting
ecoPreserve Recognized at GOAA Green Team meeting


From left to right:

  • Robert Carter, ecoPreserve Sustainability Analyst
  • Stephanie Petrakos, ecoPreserve Sustainable Project Intern
  • Mital Hall, ecoPreserve Sustainability Coordinator
  • James Rose, GOAA Deputy Executive Director of Business Services
  • Alexa Stone, ecoPreserve President
  • Jeff Daniels, GOAA Director of Sustainability and Assistance Director of Maintenance
  • Chanel Jalovchan, ecoPreserve Sustainable Project Intern
  • Phillip Brown, GOAA Executive Director

After a successful Earth Day event, ecoPreserve is currently working with the GOAA Green Team on assessing the airport’s waste management practices and working towards meeting OIA’s Waste Diversion Goals.


Additionally, ecoPreserve focuses the attention on comprehensive sustainability. Starting with one airport building and aiming at extending this to all OIA buildings, our aim is for each building to achieve LEED certification and meet GOAA’s Sustainability Management Plan goals. Other than waste management, LEED certification enables us to focus on water usage, air quality, energy consumption and stakeholder communications.


We are confident that our work with GOAA will lead to sustainable success and look forward to our valuable collaboration for years to come!