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The countryside is moving into the city. A slight exaggeration maybe, but it is a fact that green walls and roofs are becoming increasingly common in the urban environment.
A roof covering of moss, sedum, herbs or grass not only makes a colourful addition to the concrete jungle, it also has a positive environmental impact. As well as the plants absorbing rainwater that evaporates back into the atmosphere, green roofs also dampen the sound level, save energy, reduce the temperature and have air purifying properties. It is a fact that a 10 m2 roof surface of dry vegetation absorbs as much carbon dioxide as a tree.
And let’s not forget biodiversity. Green roofs attract bumblebees, butterflies and other valuable insects, not least bees that play a crucial role as pollinators for agriculture, gardens and flower meadows. Bituminous membranes are used in order to protect the construction from water and roots growing through the material.
With greater demands on power grids and ever-tighter load loss regulations, it’s vital to reduce the energy loss from transformers. Choosing the right transformer oil is a quick and cost-effective first step.Read more about Energy loss: Do you have room for improvement?
As the world’s leading supplier of transformer oils, Nynas will exhibit at CWIEME Berlin on June 19-21, to share our knowledge and look ahead to meeting the increasing global demand for electricity.Read more about Nynas talk transformers at CWIEME Berlin