Sheffield Bus Shelter Green Roofs
Here is a Sheffield Bus Shelter Green Roofs. It was released as an advertising effort by the California Academy of Sciences, buthas since become one of the most used in a creative way to show environmental concerns. It is well known that buses cause pollution when maximum acceleration, and a green roofs of the bus stop, in a small way can reduce the damage caused to the environment. In addition to reducing air pollution, these roofs are also lower by 10 percent and also reduce runoff by capturing and stopping of the fine particles in the rain when falling on it.
Project Name: Sheffield Bus Shelter
Owner: Groundwork Sheffield, South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive & Sheffield City Council
Location: Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England, UK
Building Type: Other
Size: 65 sq.ft.
Access: Inaccessible, Open to Public
Submitted by: The Green Roofs Centre
Designers/Manufacturers of Record:
Main Contractor: Groundwork Sheffield,
Greenroof System: Groundwork Sheffield -DIY,
Images Credit: Green Roofs Subway Entrance at Barclays Central Plaza