Innovative Australia

Innovative Australia

Last winters stay in Australia showed to be highly interesting for business. New collaborations and partnerships were formed and it was fascinating to see how far Australia has come regarding grey water management.

Meeting with Greywater Systems and experiencing their unique system first hand showed very promising for future project in Australia and elsewhere, since their invention is clearly more efficient than traditional drip irrigations systems. This could solve a lot of problems with clogged tubes and uneven water distribution. Also, since the water is distributed sub-soil, the evaporation is truly minimized. When installing irrigation systems world wide, the system used must be easy to install and equally easy to repare if necessary. Greywater Systems have thought of all these things, which make them a great partner for Biotopia. We look forward to future collaborations and projects!

When in Australia one simply must visit the Arid Lands Botanic Garden in Port Augusta, 3 hours north of Adelaide. The garden was established as recent as 1993 with the aim to conserve and promote the flora of arid Australia. The garden is one of the most interesting and well designed botanical gardens I have ever seen – and I have seen many. Because of the coastal position, the garden also features unique marine environments including grey mangroves. There are three different trails to chose from, where you walk in a silent landscape surrounded with plants beautifully planted in a naturalistic setting (finally, a botanic garden that does not put the plants in rows) and the occasional lizard sun bathing on the path. If you are a plant nerd and you are going to visit one botanical garden on this huge continent, this is the place to see.

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BIOTOPIA
Östra Kristinelundsvägen 27D
217 48 Malmö, Sweden
E-mail: biotopia@gmail.com
Phone: +46 (0)708 456 020
Skype: biotopia.landscaping

PLANTS AS FUNCTIONAL BUILDING BLOCKS IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT

PLANTS AS FUNCTIONAL BUILDING BLOCKS IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT

What used to be considered an added ornamental value can in fact be an interactive sustainable building material saving both energy, fresh water and environmental impact. Let us show you how!