Three Ways for Utilizing Rainwater

1. Direct rainwater use RAINWATER HARVESTING is the collection, filtering and storage of rainwater from roofs, roadways, and landscape surface runoff. Roof gutters and piping direct rainwater to a storage cistern, while surface-level drains and piping collect from hard surfaces and landscapes. Large debris is removed with coarse filtration, and additional treatment such as sedimentation,.. read more →

Singapore “Sponge City”: well-regulated, strict standards

As a tropical island with abundant rainfall, Singapore’s highest annual rainfall has continued to rise in the past 30 years, but few urban locusts occurred. Every rainy season, there are several heavy rains that comes and goes every day, but no obvious water and guilt in the city. All this is due to the design.. read more →

Water Source Classification for Rainwater Harvesting System

The rainwater harvesting system collects the rainwater according to the demand and processes the collected rainwater to meet the design and use standards. At present, most of them are composed of a waste flow filtration system, a water storage system, and a purification system. Rainwater harvesting systems can be roughly divided into two categories depending.. read more →

Three-dimensional greening landscape revelation

Three-dimensional greening (vertical greening) is different from conventional greening. It is not only ground greening, but also aerial greening, such as roof greening and even greening of balconies, window sills and wall surfaces. Their main form is to allow various types of plants with different site conditions to grow in artificially created environments and appear.. read more →

The Similarity And Difference Between Drainage Board and Drainage Sheet

In recent years, the application of drainage board and drainage sheet has become more and more widespread in the roof greening projects, the effect of which is also more obvious than the gravel and ceramsite drainage. But what is the similarity and difference between the drainage board and drainage sheet? Similarity: Both types of drainage.. read more →

Three Types of Green Roof

According to European standards, Green Roofs can be divided into three types: Extensive, Semi-intensive and Intensive. read more →

Think About Using ‘Drainage Plate’ on Your Roof

People are always looking for the beautiful scenery all around the world. Actually, some of the best scenery can be created on rooftops. While the roof is mainly a shelter from the wind and rain, with proper design it can be decorative too, and add ‘sparkle’ to normally drab aspects. The green roof is a.. read more →

Romanian clients visited GS company with satisfaction

Romanian clients visited China for the first time, especially to see our factory and to learn more about our production and products. One of the visitors is a landscape architect engaged in designing and installing for more than 15 years. There are over 300 suppliers in Europe, but there is great interest in importing from.. read more →

Brief Introduction of Rainwater Infiltration

Rainwater infiltration is an effective method to replenish groundwater, which becomes depleted with overuse, and recharge can be hindered or prevented by soil compaction and hard surfaces. Rainwater infiltration can also be combined with rainwater collection and use. What is Rainwater Infiltration? Allowing water to infiltrate into and percolate through the soil replenishes ground water.. read more →

Paddock Grids project in Phillippine–Equestrian center indoor & outdoor arena

Area: 2400m2 Location: Tawala Panglao Bohol in Phillippines Panglao is the southernmost town of Bohol, one of the two towns on Panglao Island, the other being Dauis. It is of historical significance in that it is where the Spaniards went after an unfortunate experience in Cebu. Today Panglao, especially its well-known Alona beach, is one.. read more →


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