Jeremy Webb is an experienced Environmental Program Manager at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) where he leads the Airport’s Waste Reduction and Recycling Programs. As the ninth busiest and fastest growing U.S. large-hub airport in recent years, SEA hosted over forty-six (46) million passengers in 2016 and continues to grow. Jeremy spent the past decade expanding and refining SEA’s waste reduction and recycling programs, including composting, food donation, and deplaned and construction waste programs that received local and industry leadership recognition.
Jeremy oversees a wide range of program and project management functions focused on diverting landfill bound waste generated by SEA passengers, tenants, and employees. From policy analysis and development to performance monitoring and everything in between, Jeremy oversees all aspects of SEA’s programs. A graduate of Washington State University, Jeremy has over 15 years professional experience managing environmental projects, programs and information systems in the aviation industry.