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DMA
Eco-efficiency means doing more with less – finding ways to grow our business while reducing our environmental impact. The business case for eco-efficiency is clear. It results in improved business process efficiency, cost savings, and increased customer and employee satisfaction.
Accountability
Ways we measure our approach and impacts
  • GHG reductions
  • Energy reduction
  • Reductions in paper use
  • Reductions in water use
  • Waste diversion rates
Relevant TD policies
  • TD Enterprise Risk Framework
  • TD Environment Policy
  • Environment Management System
  • Carbon neutral commitment
  • Voluntary eco-efficiency targets
More information
G4-EN3 Energy consumption within the organization
G4-EN5 Energy intensity

See 2015 Appendix: ESG Data page 2 for energy intensity metrics. TD calculates

  • Electricity intensity (per square foot) kWh
  • Electricity intensity (kWh/million dollar revenue)

G4-EN6 Reduction of energy consumption as a results of conservation and energy initiatives

Emissions

DMA
Our carbon neutral commitment is the foundation of our support of the low carbon economy.
Accountability
Ways we measure our approach and impacts
  • GHG reductions
Relevant TD policies
  • TD Environment Policy
  • Environment Management System
  • Carbon neutral commitment
  • Voluntary eco-efficiency targets
More information
  • Eco-Efficiency DMA: CR Report page 38.
  • 2015 Appendix: ESG Data (page 10) Environmental Scorecard and Goals.
    The banking sector is not subject to regulations or policies for emissions. TD has an internal mandate to operate as a carbon-neutral bank and to achieve our goal we purchase offsets.
G4-EN15 Direct GHG Emissions (Scope 1)
FS–EN15 Emissions resulting from business travel
G4–EN16 Indirect GHG Emissions (Scope 2)
G4–EN17 Other indirect GHG emissions (Scope 3)
G4–EN18 GHG Emissions intensity
G4-EN19 Reduction of GHG emissions