Caledon: Building a Sustainable Future
Situated in a scenic, rural setting, the town of Caledon is ideally located to offer a balance between urban living and ecological sustainability. Over the last decade, Caledon has established itself as an authority in environmental living. People buying new homes in Caledon can be confident that the planning and municipal authorities prioritize the preservation of the countryside and a greener way of life.
The town of Caledon is a member of the Canada Green Building Council. Every new home builder that erects properties in the area must abide by strict codes of construction to ensure environmental compliance. In this way, residents can be sure that new homes in Caledon are built in a way that encourages the use of sustainable materials and helps to manage energy in an efficient manner.
Caledon is among the foremost towns and cities when it comes to energy management. The Council understands that it needs to be a good steward of the resources in and around the town. To this end, it has approved a three year plan Corporate Energy Management Plan. The aim of the plan is to reduce the impact that the Town’s activities have on the environment, make financial savings through efficient use of energy, and embed a culture of sustainability. Individuals investing in new homes in Caledon will benefit from this sustainable approach to energy use.
Clean air is essential for young children, seniors and those who experience symptoms of asthma and allergies. Caledon is committed to ensuring that air quality in the town is as pure as possible. The town’s commitment to air quality is highlighted by its membership of the GTA-Clean Air Council and Region of Peel Air Quality Working Group. When families and individuals purchase new homes in Caledon, they can be sure that they will be breathing fresh, natural air.
The 300 pesticide-free acres of park land in Caledon offer residents and visitors the opportunity to enjoy the outdoors. Families buying new homes in Caledon can enjoy the park amenities and playgrounds, encouraging children to be active and energetic in a safe environment.
Caledon’s commitment to environmental sustainability goes far beyond producing plans and making bold statements. Its regular reports on its advancement toward a greener community quantify the progress made. For example, in 2010 the town recycled nearly 200,000 tonnes of road aggregate and 1,000 water cooler bottles have been diverted from landfill due to a move toward using tap water in the municipal water coolers. By using recycled paper, the town has saved nearly 900 mature trees and diverted nearly 35,000 kg of solid waste which would have gone to landfill.
Robert Vadra - About Author:
When searching for locations to erect GTA new homes, custom home builder Oxford Homes has chosen Caledon to build a new luxury development of bungalows. This location provides new home owners with the opportunity to live in a natural, ecologically-friendly town that manages and conserves its resources. If you purchase a new home in Caledon, you are guaranteed a greener, more sustainable future.
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