JACKSON, Wyo. - Jackson Hole Airport officials say they're close to securing federal funding for a system that would recapture much of the fluid used to deice aircraft during the winter.
The system would cost about $4 million.
Airport director Ray Bishop said the money looks promising after he talked with Federal Aviation Administration officials.
If the money is secured, Bishops hopes to start constructing a recapture system sometime next summer.
The Jackson Hole News & Guide reports the airport is currently talking with National Park Service staff about where the locate the system.