The projects that make a difference

The Clean50 Top Projects annually recognize those projects completed in the prior two years based on their innovation, their ability to inform, and inspire other Canadians. The Top Project of the year is then selected each year at the Clean50 Summit, from votes cast by both incoming and Alumni members of the Clean50.

2014

HP’s “Closed Loop” plastic recycling program

HPs collaboration with a small but powerful Canadian plastics recycler has resulted in a process that not only reduces waste to landfill but also reduces the footprint of an HP product family that is sold globally. Their story…

2014

Oxford Properties & ZeroFootprint: Tenant Engagement

The Problem Energy reduction on a massive scale is not achievable without engaging the people who use it. Oxford, as part of its sustainability program, wishes to engage the 1,000,000 people pass through Oxford lobbies each and every…

2014

Pulse Energy and SES Consulting: Building Performance Management

Combining Energy Information Software (EIS) with the onsite expertise of a consultant is becoming industry best practice for generating energy savings in existing building commissioning programs. Achieving operational savings in commercial buildings SES Consulting and Pulse Energy are…

2014

REALpac’s Energy Benchmarking Program

  www.realpac.ca In September 2009, the Real Property Association of Canada (“REALpac”), in collaboration with the Canada Green Building Council (“CaGBC”) and the Building Owners and Managers Association of Canada (“BOMA Canada”), adopted an energy consumption target for…

2014

TELUS Rimouski Internet Data Centre

In 2011 TELUS embarked on a journey to build two world-class internet data centres (IDC) that would support best-in-class integrated cloud and managed IT solutions for their customers. Over 80% more energy-efficient than traditional data centres, the new…

2014

Tree Canada: Creating a new Canadian holiday: Tree Day!

With the help of MP Royal Galipeau, Tree Canada created National Tree Day – a celebration of all things trees occurring on the Wednesday of every National Forest Week (this year September 25, 2013). This special day was…

2014

Waterfront Toronto: Outstanding excellence in a CSRS Report

Waterfront Toronto’s leadership in completing its first Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability Report (CSRSR) sets a high bar. Waterfront Toronto has spent the last decade fulfilling its commitment to create a revitalized waterfront that sets a national and…