Social and Environmental Initiatives 2009

With the Global Environment

In order to minimize the environmental impact of buildings, which have a long life cycle, it is important at the design stage to design in a way that environmental impact is minimized throughout the entire life cycle.
Under the Group Environmental Policy, which was revised in October 2008, the Mitsui Fudosan Group considers for the environment from the design stage, and endeavors to minimize the burden placed on the environment in its administration and operation of buildings.

Environmentally-Friendly Designs to Provide Buildings and Services that have Low Impact on the Environment

Environmentally-Friendly Designs Designs for Energy Conservation and CO2 Reduction to Reduce CO2 Designs for Preservation of the Water Environment to Save Water Designs for Reduction of Impact of Hazardous Materials to Reduce Hazardous Materials Designs for Resource Conservation / Long Life to Conserve Resources and Reduce Waste Designs for Preservation of Greenery and the Natural Environment to Preserve Biodiversity

Pursuing Reduction of Environmental Impact through Management Operations - Activities to Decrease Environmental Impact -

Green Procurement Pursuit of CO2 Reduction - Activities to Conserve Energy and Reduce CO2 Emissions - Pursuit of Water Conservation - Activities in Pursuit of Water Conservation - Pursuit of Reduction of Hazardous Materials - Activities to Decrease and Appropriately Manage Hazardous Materials - Pursuit of Resource Conservation and Waste Reduction - The Three Rs - Pursuit of the Preservation of Biodiversity - Conservation and Utilization of Natural Environment -

To the Next Stage of Environmental Initiatives

Special Feature 1 Bringing Enrichment and Comfort to Urban Areas Mitsui Fudosan's History of “Creating New Values”

Special Feature 2 Proceeding to Create While Retaining and Reviving - Nihonbashi Revitalization Plan -

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Environmental measures on the Tokyo Midtown On the Green What we do for the earth (PDF : 5MB)