Improves Air Quality

Plants act as a natural air filter, as they remove carbon dioxide and produce oxygen, while absorbing and cleaning pollutants from the air. Green walls are especially helpful for improving air quality in built-up urban areas due to the many plants they sustain. According to studies, green living walls can reduce the production of nitrogen dioxide by 40% and particulate matter by 60%. Buildings and offices are the breeding ground of toxins and plants in homes and offices significantly improve the quality of indoor air. Also, plants efficiently make the air free of harmful formaldehyde, VOCs, trichloroethylene, carbon monoxide and benzene and reducing the “sick building syndrome” for people occupying the building.