Sustainability

Macerich is sharply focused on sustainability as a long-term, fully integrated business approach. Our goal is simple: Create a healthy environment for our employees, tenants, guests and communities and sustain this environment for future generations.

Today we are committed to doing even more — to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions, energy use, water consumption, and waste generation by 10 percent by 2020.  For more information click here.


What We’re Doing at Broadway Plaza
  • Our Security Staff uses Global Electric Motorcars and Segways instead of vehicles powered by gas.
  • We use green cleaning products at our center wherever and whenever possible.
  • The center has implemented new lighting protocols that allow us to minimize our energy use and lower our carbon footprint without any impact on the shopping experience.
  • Our center has a recently upgraded HVAC system that minimizes our energy usage and lowers our carbon footprint.
  • Broadway Plaza has placed Plastic, Aluminum and Glass Recycling Bins in our Management Office.
  • The center utilizes Iron Mountain Paper Recycling Company to recycle all paper products used throughout our offices.
  • Broadway Plaza has minimized lighting usage where applicable, as well as installed energy conscious lighting through our parking structures.
  • We’ve reduced our water usage where applicable, such as limited the amount of pressure washing that we do.
  • Broadway Plaza has a Cardboard Recycling program in place for our staff as well as the center’s retailers.


Environmental Impact


60,665 tons of waste recycled since 2013

55 million gallons of water saved annually

over 37,000 metric tons of C02E saved per year with LED lighting

350,730 metric tons reduced in greenhouse gas emissions over the past 6 years

225 million kWhs of electricity reduced since 2008

11 MW of grid relief provided by solar installations across 10 properties

93 energy efficient projects will save over 30 million kWhs annually

Electric vehicle charging stations at 16 properties

4.25 MW of grid relief provided by fuel cell installations at 6 properties