Measuring DIRTT

DIRTT is partnering with Green Calgary to measure the company’s carbon footprint, waste diversion from landfill, energy use and social impact on employees and clients.

We are also developing our custom prefab solutions to be suitable for residential purposes thereby making homes more efficient yet flexible to changing homeowner needs.

100 Year Goals and Targets

Communications

Target 4
By 2036, Calgary increases the number of facilities and spaces that encourage human interaction, and they are widely distributed throughout the city.
Target 6
By 2036, all new and retrofitted communities, buildings, vehicles, equipment and processes are built to be within five per cent of the highest energy-efficient design available out of all economically competitive products, as measured on a life cycle basis.
Target 15
By 2036, all new commercial buildings are designed to encourage the use of alternative forms of transportation (e.g. walking, cycling and transit).
Target 16
By 2036, all new and retrofitted non-residential buildings are built to be within five per cent of the highest energy- and water-efficient design available out of all economically competitive products, as measured on a life cycle basis.
Target 31
By 2036, 85 per cent of the waste generated within Calgary is diverted from landfills.

Economic well-being

Target 35
By 2036, the number of environmentally sustainable and commercially viable value-added products and technologies produced in Calgary increases by 100 per cent.
Target 37
By 2036, Calgary is ranked as the most favourable Canadian city in which to establish businesses that support sustainability practices.
Target 44
By 2036, 85 per cent of employees express a high degree of job satisfaction.

Air

Target 69
By 2012, total community greenhouse gas emissions are reduced by six per cent from 1990 levels; by 2036, they’re reduced by 50 per cent from 1990 levels and criteria air contaminants are also significantly reduced.
Target 70
By 2036, indoor air contaminants are reduced to zero per cent.
Target 71
By 2036, Calgary’s ecological decreases to below the 2001 Canadian average of 7.25 hectares per capita.
Target 72
By 2036, land use efficiency increases by at least 30 per cent, as measured by public transit threshold and increased density.
Target 77
By 2036, Calgary’s ecological footprint decreases to below the 2001 Canadian average of 7.25 hectares per capita.

Aesthetic enjoyment

Target 85
By 2036, 90 per cent of citizens report that Calgary is a beautiful city.
Target 86
By 2036, 95 per cent of Calgarians report that they have a range of opportunities for the aesthetic enjoyment of nature, arts and culture.
Target 101
By 2036, 90 per cent of citizens agree that “Calgary is a city with soul,” which is defined as citizens having meaning and purpose in life and experiencing ongoing feelings of connectedness with some form of human, historic or natural system.

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