Embassy Manyata is home to over 54 corporates and one of the largest occupied business parks in the country. Ideally located on the Outer Ring Road, it is one of the only operational integrated project near Kempegowda International Airport. Over 100,000 professionals are employed at this fully equipped working environment that offers world-class facilities and amenities including a multi-vendor food court, day care centres, shuttle bus services and more.
Embassy Office Parks is well aware of their responsibility towards the environment. The company is committed to building sustainable parks and undertaking various transformative community service initiatives.
Embassy Services which manages the operations at Embassy Manyata Business Park has incorporated the finest environment friendly features including sustainable transportation, energy management, water conservation as well as waste management.
- Awarded the Platinum Green Campus certification, the highest green building rating by Indian Green Building Council
- Recognised with the Sword of Honour title, the highest award for workplace safety by the British Safety Council in 2017 in UK
KEY SUSTAINABILITY INITIATIVES:
- Green Rider, the Carpooling Initiative launched in 2017 encourages reduction of vehicular pollution and traffic. 20% of the 1 lakh employees at Embassy Manyata Business Park are registered carpoolers. Since the launch of this program, over 51,000 rides converting to 8.14 lakh km have been covered through carpooling. This converts to a reduction of 190 tons of CO2 and other greenhouse gases released into the environment which would require atleast 5000+ trees to offset.
- Cycles provided for use within the park to ensure a green and easy commute
- Embassy Manyata has a 450 kW Solar power plant, of which 105 kW is currently operational, to help reduce overall grid energy usage
- As part of the Urban Green Initiative, 350+ designated plots of 16-30 sq.ft. have been allocated to 1500+ employees who indulge in farming and take home their produce
- Rainwater harvesting, vermicomposting and water recycling are also initiatives towards a sustainable environment
- Treated water from Sewage Treatment Plants is reused
- 140 tons of landscape waste has been processed through vermicomposting to produce manure for use in the park
- Waste segregation bins are placed across the campus with explanatory signages for wet, dry and plastic waste
- Organic waste converter that yields organic manure has been implemented
- Food court vendors are encouraged to refrain from usage of plastic in food courts. A plastic crushing machine is also installed.
- Embassy Manyata curates a series of events and activities annually, aligned to the UN theme for World Environment Day, to give employees a chance to connect with nature through activities like tree plantation drives, organic and eco-friendly flea markets, wealth from waste workshops, sapling distribution and more.
Embassy Manyata has been conceptualised to be an exemplary business park, which will act as a benchmark for others in the country. Understanding past requirements, current necessities and future needs, the one of its kind project is set to continue earning recognition for its exclusively designed commercial spaces.