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Made of creek sedge grass, the living roof at our iconic building in Toronto spans almost 22,000 square feet and reduces storm water run off by more than 50 percent. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsLiving Green Roof: Vancouver Convention Centre – BC, CanadaXero Flor Canada Sherway Green Roof InstallationA Tale of Two Hydroponic Living Wall Systems from Canada & SpainMaking a simple green or grass roof on log cabin playhouseMaking Succulent Vertical Living Wallcement roof tile making machine roofing roll forming machine roof tiles mould

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  • Jamei Mcleod 10 months ago

    By suspending the panels a few banks of solar panels could be suspended up on poles and would definitely make an amazing addition, they would likely provide enough power to run the main floor of the building it covers while enhancing our progressive city-scapes, while also supplying our electric grid with renewable, (green) & free energy. At least a few dozen kilowatt could be produced almost every day. By installing column turbines on the poles that are suspending the panels would further harness wind power, without the danger or vibration of conventional turbine windmills. They are round and function pretty much the same as our bathroom exhaust vents on the roofs of our houses, they are multi-directional yet require no movement to pivot, aside from simply spinning around.