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Nedlaw in the News: Living Wall at Guelph City Hall

On March 12, 2014 Nedlaw Living Walls was featured in the Guelph Mercury News.  We are very pleased that the work we’ve done with the City of Guelph has been so well received.

Here is an exerpt from the article:

‘Cambridge design and development director Bob Paul [...] municipality’s had a larger, three-storey living wall installed with construction of the new city hall there in 2007, and said the $16,000 a year in maintenance is cheaper and better than heating and treating outside air drawn into the building. The plant wall absorbs volatile compounds in the air, releases oxygen and removes carbon dioxide, doing so cost-effectively, he said.

“It’s exceeded expectations,” said Paul.’

Read the full article online here.

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