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Improving Your Home with Biofiltration

Biofiltration is a process that uses living organisms, such as plants, bacteria, and fungi, to remove pollutants and contaminants from the air. It is a natural, effective, and sustainable way to improve indoor air quality and create a healthier living environment.

Plants in the home

One way that biofiltration can be used in the home is through the integration of plants. Many plants have the ability to absorb pollutants and contaminants from the air, making them a natural and effective way to improve indoor air quality. In addition to purifying the air, plants can also improve mood and reduce stress, which makes them a great addition to any home or office space. The most effective way for plants to clean the air is to expose their roots to the contaminated airflow. This can be done using a biofilter living wall such as Respira.

Biofilter systems are specifically designed to remove pollutants and contaminants from the air using living organisms. In a biofilter living wall, there is a microbial ecosystem of bacteria and fungi living in and around the plants’ roots. This ecosystem is very diverse, with many different species specialized to break down and metabolize a variety of chemicals. Biofilters can be used in homes, offices, and other indoor spaces to improve air quality and create a healthier indoor environments.

Living roofLiving roofs, also known as green roofs, are another way to use biofiltration to improve the home. A living roof is essentially a roof covered in plants and other vegetation. In addition to improving air quality, living roofs can also help insulate a home, reduce energy use, and provide a natural habitat for wildlife.

Indoor water feature with waterfall

Water features, such as fountains or small ponds, can also help improve indoor air quality. Water features increase humidity which can help improve respiratory health and reduce the risk of respiratory infections. According to the principles of biophilic design, the sound of running water can also have calming effects and help reduce stress.

Biofiltration is a natural and effective way to improve indoor air quality and create a healthier living environment in your home. By incorporating plants in biofilter living walls, installing living roofs, and adding water features to a home, we can create a space that is not only attractive and inviting, but also good for our health and well-being.

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