The Green Areas
2020 project aims to convert the green areas of lawn at Lipor. Our goal is to
reduce maintenance costs and water consumption by creating biodiverse areas.
One of the
gardens converted was the "slope" next to the Sorting Plant and Parking
year of implementation, the success of the sustainable gardening techniques
used is in full view. We have a vigorous space, with diversity of flora and
habitats, promoting local biodiversity, with reduced maintenance and without an
irrigation system - ZERO WATERING in 2018.
intervention this area was badly eroded, poor soil and dry. After the
intervention of the Green Areas maintenance team, with the installation of the
soil, selection of plants, application of the water infiltration ditches, soil
cover and respect to natural vegetative succession, creating an abundant, rich,
biodiverse and well-adapted to climate changes that are increasingly felt in
is still evolving and is a live environment, looking better as time goes by!
will start, until the end of the year, the conversion of the Garden of the Sorting
Plant with the application of techniques in agroforestry and permaculture. This
garden has nowadays a large water consumption and high maintenance costs, with
very little biodiversity.
to convert this space into a productive one, with reduced maintenance and
reduction of irrigation costs. It will be a space of experimentation more innovative
and intelligent, that will at the same time as an awareness example for