Rendering Prologis Park Eindhoven DC4

Project Zero Carbon

Prologis strives for zero carbon solutions that allow warehouses to minimize their footprint. A well-known example of a project where a distribution center within the Benelux uses clean alternatives (all electric) for sources that limit CO2 emissions: Prologis Park Eindhoven, also known as Prologis Park DC4.

Prologis Park Eindhoven DC4 proves how you can transform even a former landfill into an attractive and green logistics distribution center. And zero carbon, so without local emissions (no gas connection), net CO2 emissions of zero (by generating more energy than own energy consumption) and with a people-oriented design where 'all electric' is of paramount importance.

Prologis Park Eindhoven DC3

Prologis Park Eindhoven DC4

Prologis Park Eindhoven DC4 proves how you can transform even a former landfill into an attractive and green logistics distribution center. And zero carbon, so without local emissions (no gas connection), net CO2 emissions of zero (by generating more energy than own energy consumption) and with a people-oriented design where 'all electric' is of paramount importance.

With Eindhoven DC4, Prologis is taking a lead on the future, but not only through its flexible architectural design and innovative technologies. Thanks to the BREEAM certification obtained, Prologis identifies with the method of providing solutions to customers in reducing their CO2 impact

Prologis PARKlife - Space to relax and unwind

Reduce footprint

Prologis is aware of the environmental impact of its own organization; both the footprint of all activities and the liveability of the created environment. Even within densely populated areas, Prologis is leading the way in creating attractive, healthy and pleasant places to stay for customers. This provides them with a sustainable business and a sustainable supply chain that helps them reduce their footprint and achieve their environmental goals.

Furthermore, the office finish of the building is approximately 80% circular due to the use of Cradle-to-cradle, (C2C) low emission, recycled and biobased building materials. The FSC certification ensures that all wood products come from well-managed forests. Prologis designed the building to minimize its impact on the environment.