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Innovative environmental products from the company with thirty years of experience protecting our environment

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A bare roof transformed into a blooming garden enhances both the quality of the environment and the quality of life.  It can provide a quiet place to sit or walk where plants and trees can be appreciated.  It could be a respite from a stressful work place or a crowded urban area.

 

As our population increases and urban development expands, many of our green spaces are being destroyed.  To counter these movements we must work to protect our remaining green space and to develop new green areas.  The creation of new biological habitats such as roof gardens is becoming increasingly important since they are frequently the only way to counteract the drawbacks of development.  Instead of contributing to heat pollution, a green roof actually has a positive impact on the urban climate by cooling and humidifying the atmosphere.  The Roof Water Storage Panel from Lynwood EcoLogic, in use for over fifteen years, combines durability, low construction cost and long term function.

 

Made of recycled high density polyethylene, the 22 1/4” x 14 1/2” x 3 1/4” panels have an overlapping locking system that is identical on all four sides, making it easy to lay.  It is possible to arrange the panels in numerous configurations.   Thus, most of a roof can be planted, with only a small area for walkways and benches, or it could have smaller but numerous green islands which surround picnic or limited sports areas.  For new construction, flat roofs can be built with deep wells for roots so that even trees can thrive on the roof.

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