Charter and FBO operator Clay Lacy is the first provider to attain 4Air’s Facility Neutral sustainability certification
Clay Lacy Aviation is the first company to receive a 4Air sustainability rating of Facilities Neutral, validating that the company’s private aviation facilities have been operating carbon neutral since 2019.
“The Facilities Neutral rating affirms the sustainability strategy and actions taken by Clay Lacy Aviation to meet a carbon-neutral level,” said 4Air President Kennedy Ricci.
He added, “After a thorough review and audit, we offer Clay Lacy stakeholders and its customers’ assurance that its program has delivered in its goals of reducing its carbon footprint and procuring carbon offsets to attain carbon neutrality. Receiving the Facilities Neutral rating shows its industry leadership in achieving sustainability for its FBOs‘ operations.”
4Air conducted a comprehensive and independent audit of facilities, reviewing direct emissions such as fuel combustion, and indirect emissions from electricity and heating.
In addition to participating in carbon offset programs, the aviation provider actively reduces its carbon footprint throughout its facilities, including utilizing more than 30,000 square feet of solar panels at its Los Angeles headquarters, and incorporating electric vehicle charging stations and LED lights for greater efficiency.
Clay Lacy’s Senior Vice President of Development and Sustainability Scott Cutshall noted, “4Air’s rating is an industry-first framework to address greenhouse gas impact that offers a verifiable path to achieve meaningful emissions counteraction and reduction. This important third-party rating recognizes that Clay Lacy’s thoughtful and proactive efforts are meeting our measurable goals, as we continue to work toward a sustainable future.”