The End of Trash - Circular Economy Solutions #6
A vertical farming facility in Newark, New Jersey, USA, produces fresh vegetables in a way that uses 5 percent of the water normally needed in an outdoor field. Seeds are laid on fabric made from 100 percent recycled plastic bottles and misted from below in a closed system that does not require pesticides and allows nutrients to be spot-delivered.

Luca Locatelli

Exhibit: POS WP 215 31

 

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The End of Trash - Circular Economy Solutions #6
Environment, Stories, 1st Prize

A vertical farming facility in Newark, New Jersey, USA, produces fresh vegetables in a way that uses 5 percent of the water normally needed in an outdoor field. Seeds are laid on fabric made from 100 percent recycled plastic bottles and misted from below in a closed system that does not require pesticides and allows nutrients to be spot-delivered.

منشأة للزراعة الرأسية في نيوارك، نيو جيرسي، الولايات المتحدة الأميركية، تنتج خضاراً طازجة بطريقةٍ تستخدم فيها نسبة 5% إجمالاً من المياه اللازمة في حقلٍ في الهواء الطلق. يتمّ وضع البذور على قماش مصنوع بنسبة 100% من الزجاجات البلاستيكية المُعاد تدويرها فيما يتمّ رشّها من الأسفل ضمن نظامٍ مغلق لا يتطلب استخدام المبيدات الحشرية ويسمح بتوفير المغذيات.

Photographer:
Luca Locatelli



Exhibit: POS WP 215 31

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