Air Remediation

A study by The Nature Conservancy (TNC) reported that the average tree is able to reduce the pollutants within the air by 24%.  They also reported that Low VOC emitting trees and shrubs are able to remove harmful pollutants from the air at an even higher percentage.  This is done primarily through the uptake within […]

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Wetlands

The wetland is designed to stay wet even days or weeks after rain, so the best place to start is wherever water naturally pools. Relocate if needed so the location is at least 10 ft away from the edge of a building foundation. Dig a trench sloping the sides to a max depth of 1.5-3 […]

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Bioretention

Landscape Type: Sponge/BioRetention   Process/schedule (step by step): First a suitable site must be chosen, this site should be at a lower elevation and already have some water retention capability.   After a site is chosen the site will need to be excavated so that proper drainage can be installed. A geotextile is installed and […]

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Phytoremediation

Phytoremediation of soil is the process of using plants and trees to remove soil contaminants through the root system, absorbing, extracting and holding on to these toxins. First one needs to prepare the soil for planting, this may require soil turning or watering to make sure it is ready for planting. After the soil is […]

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Composting

Organic waste is collected and assembled into a series of tumblers, these tumblers will need to be routinely tumbled to continuously aerate and help speed up the composting process. After the composting process has started to take effect the tumblers can be emptied into areas where compost piles will be formed, these piles should be […]

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