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Watch how easy it is to make the city more sustainable

Cities seal the natural, permeable land with buildings and asphalt, causing heat islands, increased energy use, and flood disasters. While net-zero resolutions are assuring us that someone out there is solving the problem, the urban population is expected to double by 2050, adding another 1.2 million km2 of built areas.

We think there is no time to wait for the green future. With readily available innovations at hand, we can help you make the city more sustainable RIGHT NOW. Watch how easy it is:

Geoflor

Geoflor converts green turfs into temporary or permanent transit areas, with no previous preparation of the existing soil.

Example project: Mille Miglia at Parco Giardino Sigurtà, Verona

Runfloor

Runfloor creates high load resistance turfs for heavy vehicle transit. It can be used for both private and public outdoor areas.

Example project: Lidl supermarket, Brescia, Italy

Geogravel

Geogravel creates naturally porous gravel driveways, combining the stability of paved surfaces and the permeability of natural soil.

Example project: Hilton Lake Como Rooftop Gardens, Italy

Drainroof

Drainroof is designed to protect the roof’s waterproofing membrane and create a base for flat or sloped extensive and intensive green roofs.

Example project: Wynberg Girls High School, Cape Town, South Africa

Completa

Completa is our modular tray for the quick installation of extensive green roofs on large public buildings. It retains rainwater, preventing runoff and consequent flooding.

Example project: Supermarket in Bologna, Italy

Wall-Y

Wall-Y is our innovation for plant-covered walls. It increases outdoor green areas and improves insulation, reducing the use of energy in winter and summer.

Example project: Borgo Gasparina Apartments, Verona, Italy

Contact us to learn more about our green innovations.