An ultra-compact, ultra-efficient airport garden provides herbs and veggies to airport restaurants.
On Sept. 16, 2011, Rosemarie S. Andolino, Commissioner, Chicago Department of Aviation (right) and Elie W. Maalouf, President and CEO, HMSHost cut the ribbon for the grand opening of the O’Hare Urban Garden, a unique, environmentally-friendly aeroponic garden located in the mezzanine level of Terminal 3, G Concourse. (Chicago Department of Aviation (CDA)/kp)
JEREMY HOBSON: Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport is expanding to accommodate the 64 million passengers that fly through there each year. But turns out, it’s not just growing runways and control towers.
As Sarah Gardner reports from the Marketplace sustainability desk, O’Hare is now growing herbs and veggies. Sigue leyendo