The Nedlaw Biofiltration technology is the result of 20 years of University and Industrial research. At first glance, the living wall biofilter appears as a vertical green wall containing a wide range of foliage plants specifically selected for each site.
However, the plant wall is actually an integrated part of the handling system for the building.
Air is actively forced through the wall of hydroponic plants and highly specialized biological components actively degrade pollutants such formaldehyde and benzene in the air into their benign constituents of water and carbon dioxide. The clean air is then distributed throughout the space by the mechanical system.