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Sustainability
Sustainability
Sustainability

Sustainability

At Cadillac Fairview, green thinking has always been an important part of our decision making process. It influences how we design and build new projects, upgrade and expand existing properties and manage the day-to-day operations across our portfolio. We recognize that sustainability principles drive our success and innovation, and have made it our priority to develop and execute one of the most comprehensive sustainability programs in the Canadian real estate industry.

For more information on Cadillac Fairview's sustainability program, please visit our Corporate Responsibility Website. For details on Toronto Dominion Centre you can read our Sustainability Report.

Green At Work

Green at Work® is Cadillac Fairview’s national sustainability program for building operations. Since its 2008 launch, we’ve applied leading global practices to integrate sustainability into our property management and operations.

Green at Work efforts focus on five pillars to reduce our environmental impact and enhance the value of our assets: Energy, Waste Management, Environmental Protection (land, air and water), Sustainable Procurement and Stakeholder Collaboration.

For more information on the Green at Work program and results, please visit our corporate responsibility website.

Environmental Sustainability

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Building Certifications and Awards

Green building certifications are a key priority for CF, serving as third-party verification of environmental performance, and a recognizable proof of alignment with our clients’ own sustainability goals and principles. CF and our property teams are honoured to have been recognized by numerous, independent third parties.

For a full list of Cadillac Fairview’s awards and building certifications, please visit our corporate responsibility website.

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95 Wellington Street West

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LEED Platinum EB:O&M

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WiredScore Platinum Certification

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BOMA BEST Gold

BOMA International The Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) Award 2017

BOMA Canada The Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) Award

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222 Bay St.

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LEED Platinum EB:O&M

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WiredScore Platinum Certification

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BOMA BEST Gold

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WELL Gold

BOMA International The Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) Award 2017

BOMA Canada The Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) Award

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TD South Tower

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LEED Platinum EB:O&M

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WiredScore Platinum Certification

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BOMA BEST Gold

BOMA International The Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) Award 2017

BOMA Canada The Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) Award

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TD West Tower

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LEED Platinum EB:O&M

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WiredScore Platinum Certification

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BOMA BEST Platinum

BOMA International The Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) Award 2017

BOMA Canada The Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) Award

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TD North Tower

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LEED Platinum EB:O&M

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WiredScore Platinum Certification

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BOMA BEST Platinum

BOMA International The Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) Award 2017

BOMA Canada The Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) Award

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TD Bank Tower

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LEED Platinum EB:O&M

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WiredScore Platinum Certification

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BOMA BEST Platinum

BOMA International The Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) Award 2017

BOMA Canada The Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) Award

TD Centre Initiatives

Toronto-Dominion Centre is the real life story of a workplace community with a promise of innovation in sustainability. We recognize that sustainability is not a one-size-fits-all concept and, to be successful, sustainability must be advanced using a variety of different strategies and integrated approaches.

For more information visit our Sustainability Top 20 and WELL Building Standards websites.

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