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Canal City Hakata’s symbolic canal has both a recreational function and as a source of water to fight fires in the case of an emergency. At all times, this canal holds roughly 1,200 tons of water, and this water uses rainwater in order to conserve resources.
Canal City Hakata uses a water treatment system employing a special RO (reverse osmosis) membrane (Note) to reuse on-site groundwater and produce the water used at the property. (Note) RO membrane: A membrane with extremely small holes that allows basically only water to pass through and eliminates impurities and harmful substances. This membrane makes it possible to generate drinking water from both seawater and muddy water.
At Canal City Hakata the kitchen drainage from restaurants are processed to greywater and re-used as washing water for toilets within the buildings.
Reviewed the specifications and installation locations of existing water stops throughout Canal City Hakata, and newly installed or repaired the equipment as a countermeasure against river floods due to typhoons and local heavy rains, which are said to be frequent and severe global warming in the future.
In the facility, coating film containing a shading agent has been applied to the skylights in the food court passageway and in the dining terrace.
Solar panels have been installed on top of the symbolic leaf-shaped structural objects, and a solar power generation system integrating building design and environment has been installed.
◎Switch to LED lighting
・Gofukumachi Business Center
（Interior shared spaces, some external areas, etc.）
・Sanix Hakata Building
（Interior recessed lighting）
・Taihaku Street Business Center
（Entrance, interior shared spaces, etc.）
Solar panels have been installed on the roofs of LOGICITY Minato Kashii and LOGICITY Hisayama.
Green Building certification obtained for 79.8% of entire portfolio [as of August 31, 2020]
Fukuoka REIT has obtained DBJ Green Building Certification, a system by Development Bank of Japan Inc. (DBJ) to support building with environmental and social awareness, for the following 11 properties.
This is a system in which a third party evaluates and announces the energy-conservation performance of non-residential buildings based on the “Guidelines for Evaluation of Energy Conservation Performance of Non-residential Buildings (2013).” Four properties owned by the Fukuoka REIT Corporation were certified.
On August 28, 2018, Fukuoka Realty Co., Ltd. was certified as a “Fukuoka ‘Work Style Reform’ Promotion Company.” This is a system to recognize companies that have achieved at least a certain number of the “initiative items” selected by Fukuoka City as indicators to advance work style reforms.
This asset management company has 41 employees (51.2% female), and the average number of years of continuous service of permanent employees is 8 years, 10 months.
Fukuoka REIT engages in a variety of initiatives for tenants to promote their understanding on sustainability.
Improved the employee lounge environment at Company-owned Konoha Mall Hashimoto with focus on health and comfort of tenants’ employees.
At Park Place Oita, we established a “Safety Town Council” that partners with related institutions and groups to conduct crime-prevention patrols and proactively strives to prevent youth misconduct.
Employees actively participate in community clean-up activities. (Total 284 as of October 15th, 2020)
Fukuoka REIT promotes green leasing as one of its tenant initiatives.
We have concluded lease agreements incorporating a green lease clause (which stipulates cooperation in reducing environmental burden) with some tenants. In addition, we promote understanding on environmental/local community awareness among tenants by communicating with them in the form of conducting tenant satisfaction surveys for some properties.