b'42 ATL WINTER OPERATIONSkeep operating, notes Nissalke. Its also crucial to have systems that capture stormwater runoff, so it doesnt overwhelm the sewer system, he adds. Glycol runoff from the new facility will be collected and stored in two 1.25-million-gallon tanks from CROM. As it has with existing glycol runoff, the airport will continue to measure pH and chemical oxygen demand (COD) levels. Once the captured content reaches the appropriate levels, it is continuously monitored and metered into the citys sanitary sewer system.Its much more efficient and more environmentally friendly to dispose of it that way, says Stubbs. The new facilities at ATL not only protect the citys sanitary system, they also eliminate the New facilities include dedicated maintenanceemissions from trucks collecting and removing spent fluid. bays and covered parking for deicing trucks. Existing pavement made construction challenging because of elsewhere in the building keep extra belongings out of the controldiffering elevations and grades. Nissalke says a fair amount of room. The complex also includes five bays for fueling and fillingexisting pavement was removed and reconstructed to ensure one deicing trucks with glycol, and two climate-controlled bays forcontiguous ramp with 200,000 square yards of concrete. From a truck maintenance.grade perspective, the northwest corner of the ramp is about 15 feet higher than the southeast corner. The operations building was designed with sustainability in mind and is expected to achieve LEED Silver accreditation from the U.S.One of the things we looked at in design is how could we work Green Building Council.those gradeskeeping within FAA grade tolerancesto save as much of those existing aprons as possible, Stubbs explains. And To manage a winter weather event like ATL experienced init was quite a satisfying puzzle. The resulting design preserves 2014, its critical to have adequate glycol storage so airlines cana large percentage of the pavement on the South Cargo apron, Improve winterproductivity with the best products and services in the industryLiquid Potassium Acetate Product Liquid Potassium Formate ProductSAE AMS1435D SAE AMS1435DTHE Solid Sodium Formate Product Unique Patented Liquid TechnologyS C I E N C E SAE AMS1431E SAE AMS1435DVisit us at www.nasi-tm.comOF 800.622.4877, Ext. 310nasi_cs@nasindustrial.comDE-ICING 2021Nachurs Alpine Solutions.All rights reserved.March | April 2022AirportImprovement.com'