PortsToronto Releases Sustainability Report

April 2017 On February 23, 2017, PortsToronto released its second annual Sustainability Report, which provides an overview of the organization’s focus on sustainable initiatives and practices that protect the environment, invest in the community and grow Toronto’s economy. From small initiatives, such as moving away from coffee machines that require aluminium pods, to larger-scale projects […]

April 2017

On February 23, 2017, PortsToronto released its second annual Sustainability Report, which provides an overview of the organization’s focus on sustainable initiatives and practices that protect the environment, invest in the community and grow Toronto’s economy.

From small initiatives, such as moving away from coffee machines that require aluminium pods, to larger-scale projects such as upgrading runway lighting at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, every little change works toward improving overall sustainability.

Going forward, key areas of focus include GHG emission and waste reduction, noise mitigation and continued investment in Toronto’s Waterfront community. In 2017 and beyond, PortsToronto will continue to provide regular updates on organizational achievements and progress related to each of the next steps identified in the report.

PortsToronto invites you to take a moment to read the report and learn more about how the organization is striving to reduce its environmental footprint and strike an effective balance on Toronto’s Waterfront.

To access the full report, click here