Mirvac wheels into the circular economy to help meet zero-waste target
Mirvac has successfully piloted a waste reduction project resulting in approximately 900 cubic metres of furniture and fit-out materials diverting from landfill.
Reducing our carbon footprint further
In 2014, Mirvac set its industry leading target to be net positive carbon by 2030 and we released our plan on how we expect to achieve this in 2019.
Building homes to a Green Star standard
Mirvac has long been committed to creating places that have a positive environmental impact, spanning both our commercial and residential developments.
Everybody Needs Good NABERS
Mirvac has one of the greenest office and industrial portfolios in the country, with leading sustainability credentials and a number of awards that celebrate its sustainability achievements.
The House with No Bills Study Delivers Big Savings
Mirvac cares about its customers and the planet, and with these two things in mind, launched its ‘House with No Bills’ (HWNB) study in 2018. Our ambition: to design and build more affordable and sustainable homes for Australians.
Upping our Solar Power
There’s no greater impact we can have towards our target to be net positive carbon by 2030 than switching to 100 per cent renewable energy.
Smart Solar Packages at Woodlea
Mirvac's smart solar packaged townhomes at Woodlea are empowering residents to save money on electricity bills.
Smarter Energy Drives Big Savings at Ascot Green
Helping our customers and the planet.
Mirvac’s Solar Light Challenge
Helping to illuminate a better future for children around the world.
House with No Bills
Everyday household bills are continuing to rise, and increasing utility costs are placing more and more financial pressure on Australian households. To find a way to help, while achieving our sustainability targets, Mirvac launched a House with No Bills research project. It’s our contribution towards more sustainable, and more affordable, homes of the future.
Mirvac acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Owners of the lands and waters of Australia, and we offer our respect to their Elders past and present.
Artwork: ‘Reimagining Country’, created by Riki Salam (Mualgal, Kaurareg, Kuku Yalanji) of We are 27 Creative.