Environmental Stewardship

We will do our part to combat climate change, and are committed to improving resource efficiency and reducing our environmental impact.

Climate Action

Keppel Land has in place a comprehensive suite of measures to build sustainable, low-carbon urban developments. We support the fight against plastic pollution and are committed to avoiding single-use plastics in our Singapore and overseas operations, where possible.

Environmental Management

Keppel Land is committed to minimising its environmental impact and is focused on sustainable management and efficient use of natural resources. We have implemented the Integrated Management System which combines the ISO 9001 quality management system, the ISO 14001 environmental management system and the ISO 45001 occupational health and safety management system.

Environmental Targets

Keppel Land has set a target of reducing carbon emission intensity by 40% below 2010's emission level by 2030. This will result in a cumulative reduction of almost 140,000 tonnes of carbon emissions, which will yield potential savings of over $75 million from 2010 to 2030. We aim to reduce our energy and water intensities by 30% below 2010’s level, and increase the amount of green materials used to 50% by 2030. In addition, we have also set high BCA Green Mark targets for our developments.

Promoting Eco-consciousness

Keppel Land organises various environmental initiatives, including the ‘R.I.S.E to the Challenge’ outreach programme, to promote sustainability and climate change awareness among staff, tenants and the general public.



Special Feature: Keppel Bay Tower: Singapore’s First Green Mark Platinum (Zero Energy) Commercial Building

Keppel Land is committed to developing green properties, optimising resource efficiency, as well as tapping on renewables. In December 2020, Keppel Bay Tower was certified by the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) as a Green Mark Platinum (Zero Energy) building. It is the first commercial building in Singapore to achieve this accolade. Earlier in January 2020, Keppel Bay Tower also became the first commercial development in Singapore to utilise renewable energy to power all its operations.




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