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Using the seaweeds around the airport to create habitat

At Kansai International Airport, we are using the seawalls around the airport to create habitat for various types of seaweed, such as kajime, wakame, and hondawara.

Using the seaweeds around the airport to create habitat

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Iwatani hydrogen refueling station

It fills with hydrogen to the fuel cell buses witch are expected popularization in the near future, including the fuel cell vehicles at Iwatani hydrogen refueling station “Kansai International Airport”.

Iwatani hydrogen refueling station

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Airport hay feeds animals

Some of the hay from the grounds of Osaka International Airport is donated to local farms and uses as feed for milk cows.

Airport hay feeds animals

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For the first time in Japan, received the Airport Carbon Accreditation!

On December 6, the Airports Council International announced that both KIX and ITAMI have received the Airport Carbon Accreditation Level2 for the first time as Japanese airports due to their contribution to the CO2 emission reduction.

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