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Panel Session “Environmental Healing through Phytoremediation – Chapter One” with Patrick Carey (Moderator), Dr. Alan Darlington, Dr. Paul Mankiewicz, and Dr. Clayton Rugh Nedlaw Living Wall Biofilter at the Toronto Regional Conservation Authority Dr. Paul Mankiewicz of the Gaia Institute Dr. Clayton Rugh: A mixed-plant community installation on the actual Dearborn, MI industrial site that was impacted with PAHs from decades of coking operations for steel manufacture. Patrick Carey of Hadj Design in Seattle, Washington leads this panel with Dr. Alan Darlington of NEDLAW Living Walls in Breslau, Ontario, Canada, Dr. Paul Mankiewicz of the Gaia Institute in New York City, and Dr. Clayton Rugh of Xero Flor America in Durham, North Carolina. Phytoremediation, plants healing the environment, is a growing approach to air, water, and soil pollution. This panel reviews and discusses the target pollutants, the various remedial processes of plants and soils, and current examples of systems designed to address pollution issues. Related Posts“Social Healing with Greening” Panel – Part 1 with Patrick Carey, Peter Ensign, and George IrwinPanel Session – Green Walls and Maintenance – Needs, Opportunities and Best PracticesVS2011#24 – Panel Session “Greenroofs: Wind & Fire” with Kelly Luckett, Mike Ennis & Jim KirbyVS2011 – Panel Session “Greenroofs: Wind & Fire” with Kelly Luckett, Mike Ennis & Jim KirbyDaniels B.E.S.T. Lecture: Green Roof Gurus PanelWhat is a Healthy City? Festival of Health session

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  • Linda Velazquez 1 year ago

    Hola MistakingFlyESP – I will pass your question on to the 4 panelists from "Environmental Healing through Phytoremediation – Chapter One" – but to start with I suggest you read Patrick Carey's excellent article "A Guide to Phytoremediation: A Symbiotic Relationship with Plants, Water & Living Architecture":

    It has TONS of information, links, plant lists, etc.

  • MistakingFlyESP 1 year ago

    Hello, I was wondering if you could tell me where can I find information about phytoremediation. I mean, exhaustive information: phytoremediation projects already finished (like the one in Aznalcollar, here in Spain), information about that projects, which species are used, etc. Any information will be a great help! Thanks!