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TONIGHT: DEN Trains to the Concourses to Undergo Scheduled Overnight Shutdown. Bridge Security will be the 24-hour Checkpoint starting at 8 p.m.

DEN trains to the concourses will be shut down overnight for six hours for scheduled testing of the train’s electrical power system. Employees and passengers will need use Bridge Security, which will be the 24-hour checkpoint starting at 8 p.m. Starting at 9:15 p.m., those who need to reach the B and C concourses will be guided via signage and/or airport personnel to a bus that will take them to the concourses. These changes will be in effect from 9:15 p.m. Feb. 20, to 3 a.m., Feb. 21. It is recommended that passengers who need to get to the B and C Concourses during these hours should arrive to security at least 30 minutes earlier than they would have otherwise to ensure they have enough time to move through the airport.

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Our Environmental Management System (EMS) proactively identifies and mitigates all potential impacts to the environment from airport operations.

The EMS outlines a series of guidelines, policies, procedures and processes that address environmental impacts in day-to-day business activities.

The Environmental Services Division is committed to upholding Denver International Airport (DEN)’s Environmental Policy. This Policy commits to business practices, policies, actions and programs that enhance our environmental performance.

Key Tenants of our Environmental Policy

This $1.3 billion Great Hall Completion Phase began in late 2022 and is expected to be complete in summer 2028 with sections opening along the way.

Protecting the environment

Conserving energy and natural resources

Preventing pollution

Meeting or exceeding all compliance obligations and voluntary commitments

Continually improving the Environmental Management System (EMS)

Environmental Reports and Policies

Recognition, Certification and Guidelines

Denver International Airport has an Environmental Management System in place that has been certified to the ISO 14001 international standard. This certification helps ensure that the airport’s EMS contains the most recent internationally accepted practices and procedures for identifying and managing environmental impacts.

Additionally, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has acknowledged the airport as an environmental leader by accepting the airport as a Gold Member in the CDPHE Environmental Leadership Program.

This elite program is limited to companies or organizations with excellent environmental records and with firm commitments to continual improvement and sustainability, as illustrated by their environmental management systems. The DEN Environmental Services division was the recipient of the State of Colorado’s 24 Karat Gold Environmental Leadership annual award in 2017 and 2008.

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