By optimising the Environmental sustainability potential in our projects through incorporating environmentally-friendly design and construction initiatives and the incorporation of energy saving and producing technologies, ESR positions its buildings to minimize their impact to the environment and to provide long-term benefits to our customers and local communities. Besides the physical aspects of our facilities, we also seek to incorporate socially responsible design considerations within many of our parks such as increased bicycle storage areas, safe bicycle and pedestrian paths, social amenities for employees working in the parks and other aspects which will improve the working environment.

ESR develops and manages energy and resource-efficient buildings which reduce operating costs for occupiers and, by minimising the use of resources such as electricity and water, lessen the impact on communities and the environment as a whole. Our buildings incorporate various innovative features which can include energy-efficient lighting, waste water management and recycling systems, and solar energy generation through the installation of solar panels on the roof tops of the buildings.

ESR strives to have our buildings meet and in some cases exceed locally and internationally recognised sustainable development and operational standards, which can include:
Comprehensive Assessment System for Built Environment Efficiency (CASBEE) in Japan.
Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) in China and South Korea.
All relevant local and national health, safety and environmental standards in the markets in which ESR operates.

ESR believes that our frequent redevelopment of “in-fill” locations can play a major role in minimising the impact that our buildings have on local communities. Such infill locations typically have utilities in place, are often closer to roads, airports, ports and other transportation infrastructure, as well as employees who will work in the buildings, thus their redevelopment will have less impact (in terms of transport costs, emissions) with reduced travel times of both goods and people. Also, the redevelopment of such infill locations creates increased employment opportunities and tax revenues for local communities on previously under-utilised sites.

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