TD Centre engages in programs and certification schemes that support its sustainability goals. From involvement in a Canada-wide green-building certification program, to participation in a GTA-based landlord-tenant energy reduction initiative, TD Centre is continually seeking opportunities to participate in initiatives that resonate with its goals and actively engage its stakeholders.
Green at WorkTM
The GREEN AT WORKTM program integrates sustainability into all Cadillac Fairview properties through green operational standards. It is comprised of five operating platforms to encourage a high level of sustainable thinking and action, and includes energy, waste management, environmental protection, sustainable procurement and communication.
Click here for more about the GREEN AT WORKTM program.
LEED for Existing Buildings
LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) for Existing Buildings is a highly respected and rigorous North American green building certification program. The program sets sustainable targets and certifies progress in the areas of energy efficiency, systems upgrades, recycling programs, whole building cleaning practices and general project maintenance. The entire TD Centre is LEED:EB Platinum O&M certified.
BOMA (Building Owners & Managers Association) BEST is a comprehensive program for measuring a building's environmental performance and footprint. TD Bank Tower, TD North Tower and TD West Tower have achieved BOMA BEST Platinum Certification and TD South Tower, Ernst & Young Tower and 95 Wellington Street West have achieved BOMA BEST Gold Certification by meeting environmental practices.
Visit www.bomabest.com for more information about the program.
Race to Reduce
CivicAction’s Race to Reduce program challenges Toronto region landlords and tenants to work together in energy reduction efforts.
It aims to engage groups in office buildings to reduce energy by 10% over its four year term.
Thanks to the continuous partnership with its tenants, TD Centre has won numerous awards through this program, including the “Action & Innovation” award in 2011 for the Occupant Engagement Program and the 2014 Greatest Energy Reduction Award for 79 Wellington St. West.