On Air Parking is committed to reducing the carbon emissions produced when driving to and from their partner parking facilities. On Air Parking has mentioned, that for every car that they park, they will plant one tree through a partnership with the National Forest Foundation.
So far, the On Air Parking has planted over 13,000 trees in the partnership with the National Forest Foundation through its Park Once, Plant a Tree Initiative. On Air Parking also announced earlier this year that they’d be planting a quarter of a million trees through this program – reducing their carbon footprint together with their travelers, and this is the first bunch they planted.
On Air Parking travelers on average travel 78 miles round trip to and from their airport destination, which adds around 71 pounds of carbon emissions. According to On Air Parking, a single tree can sequester half a ton of carbon in its lifetime. Since they plant one tree for every car they park, On Air Parking is therefore a carbon negative company.
So, each time you park with this carbon negative company, you will be relieved to know that one tree will be planted to your name in a U.S. national forest. Since they have have options from $4.25/ day Denver airport parking all the way to $9.99 New York City parking, they thought planting trees in the most needed areas of the United States would be the best way to prioritize their contributions. It is no surprise the company’s motto is based on the foundation of giving, as they are always giving back, and they are very proud and happy to extend this purpose into keeping the planet healthy.
If you are considering choosing On Air Parking the next time you travel, they have compiled a list of reasons why you might want to consider even harder. You can reserve parking ahead of time, according to their statistics – ‘Americans on average waste over 17 hours a year searching for parking’. So, book your space and save yourself time, also, in turn, help reduce some carbon emissions.
On Air Parking offers cheap airport parking and there is no denying that. They provide affordable parking for everyone. People can spend so much time searching for the best price in congested cities and airports. Using On Air Parking with their low parking fees, in turn, helps save them time and keeps cars off the road searching for parking, which reduces people’s carbon emissions for the planet.
On Air Parking wants to thank the public because they are still here due to the continued support of those involved in helping the planet. They would like to invite everyone to join them in supporting the national forests and environment by supporting the National Forest Foundation. .
The first $13,000 contribution to the National Forest Foundation is being used to plant trees in the Chippewa National Forest in Northern Minnesota. The NFF aims to restore damage caused by back in 2012 from a windstorm to the forests.
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About On Air Parking
On Air Parking is a product of NOSON, Inc. founded by one of the National Parking Association’s 40 under 40 Class of 2016 Patrick Murray and parking industry veteran Brett Harwood.
Contact On Air Parking44 Tehama Street
415 545 8017