Sustainability is a primary focus throughout the city of Portland and the World Trade Center Portland has taken and is taking steps to ensure our operational practices are environmentally compatible and provide a healthy work environment for tenants and staff.
One way the World Trade Center Portland has taken steps to demonstrate our commitment to sustainability is through the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification. We have achieved Gold Level Certification for LEED Existing Building Operations and Maintenance.
World Trade Center Portland has committed to introducing more was to improve performance in energy conservation by:
- Lighting controls & Light pollution reduction
- Clean, Green Power
- Water Efficiency
- Recycling and Composting
- Green Cleaning Program
- Integrated Pest Management Program
- Healthy Indoor Air Quality
- Commuter Transportation Alternatives
By committing to these sustainable operational practices and work environments we hope to work towards Global change.
With the tremendous sustainability focus in Portland and at the World Trade Center Portland alternative transportation options are readily available for your next visit or your commute!
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Tri-Met Bus Service offers 90 bus lines throughout the Portland Metro area. Within just three blocks of the World Trade Center Portland there are 12 bus stops and 15 different bus lines servicing these stops.
Tri-Met’s Light Rail, MAX, also provides many options connecting the Portland Metro area to Downtown Portland. With MAX stops just a few blocks away the World Trade Center is easily accessible from Beaverton, Clackamas, Gresham, Hillsboro, North and Northeast Portland, Milwaukie, and the Portland International Airport.
Tri-Met is happy to help you plan your trip to the World Trade Center. The Tri-Met Trip Planner is a very helpful tool in finding the appropriate route for your trip.
As Portland is a very bike friendly city there are many bike routes that will find you safely at the World Trade Center. There are Neighborhood Greenways throughout the city in addition to a pedestrian and bike friendly bridge, Tilikum Crossing, located just south of the World Trade Center Portland. You can find out more about bike friendly options by visiting the Portland Bureau of Transportation’s website.