Fri-Jado has defined a number of measures to ensure that CO2   emissions in 2012 are reduced by 25%. The reduction analysis indicates that the company would reduce the most emissions by reducing the amount of kilometres/mileage driven and the emission per kilometre/mile driven. A second reduction target is set by reducing the emissions resulting from electricity consumption. Emissions per kWh will reduce significantly by switching to green power; and consumption is reduced also by taking measures at major electricity consumers. This results in a substantial reduction of CO2   emissions.

Furthermore, Fri-Jado participates in the following initiatives:

HVL's initiative: 'The Intuitive Building'

The flexible work place is a phenomena that has already existed a long time. The initiative "The intuitive building" uses the flexible workplace phenomenon and goes much further. By linking information, it is possible to use workplace and building control to optimize the travelling mileage. This allows a substantial reduction of a company’s CO2  emissions. It is applicable in the company buildings as well as in the building designs.

Wolter & Dros' initiavite: 'The Hydrogen Initiative'

Wolter & Dros uses the initiative to reduce CO2  targets by means of hydrogen and fuel cell technology in a range of applications, including several applications in the construction process. Wolter & Dros wants to play a proactive role in this area and will not only initiate pilot projects with other companies, but also research the benefit of profitable applications of hydrogen and fuel cell technology in practice.