We focus efforts on providing a more eco-friendly environment—we invest in zero emissions vehicles, divert 71 tons of food waste from landfills, donate 11 tons of food to local pantries, and recycle 92% of paper, metal, plastics and glass.
1,530,135 disposable plastic water bottles have been eliminated by the use of water-refill stations.
300,000 gallons of fuel have been eliminated from the road daily due to underground fuel lines.
Electric car charging stations
Million in grant funds for electric buses
Tankers eliminated from the road daily
JWA has one of the most stringent aircraft access and noise monitoring programs in the US.
1985 Settlement Agreement and GA Noise Ordinance established mandatory quarterly noise limits, passenger caps, and a curfew for commercial airlines — unlike any other in the nation.
The last commercial airline noise violation was in 2004.
Launched Fly Friendly program to recognize GA jet operators for voluntary efforts to reduce noise and environmental impacts.
state-of-the-art noise monitors along the flight path
Percent General Aviation Noise Compliance
We provide more than 33,000 jobs to local workers and bring billions of dollars to the local economy.
We nurture meaningful relationships with local organizations such as Hoag Classic, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Operation Surf, Bob Hope USO, and OC Animal Allies.
Years of JWA in the OC community by 2023
tons of food donated
guests served via JWA
Helping Hands program
miles donated to
Make A Wish