The growth of our cities and the loss of open spaces have led to a considerable deterioration of living conditions. In many areas, we can learn from the mistakes of the past and plan large green areas in residential, commercial and industrial complexes, designed to improve living and working conditions.
The use of rooftops as gardens has meant that additional green areas can be provided in property developments. Areas that were not previously used can be made useful and agreeable. The result is a direct improvement of the places where we live and work and consequently an increase of our wellbeing. Expanded clay in green applications comes in many forms: from the everyday horticultural use in flower pots over green roofs to landscaping large domains or the construction of (large) sport fields.