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Green engineering


Green engineering

Adapting life to contexts

The term "green engineering" or bio-engineering defines all the knowledge and techniques (applications, design, implementation) using plants to protect soils against erosion and to stabilize banks and slopes (plessis, fascines, pre-vegetated mats, etc.). They constitute a soft alternative to the traditional heavy techniques of civil engineering, or more complex mixed works associating living and dead materials: vegetated caissons, box gabions or mattress gabions like vegetated tubular gabions.

Beyond these technical aspects, we include at LAND'ACT in the term "Plant Engineering" everything that concerns the knowledge of the plant and all its strata (vertical and horizontal), the specific needs of the plants (climate, soil, pedology) and the taking into account of the planetary mixing of plants and the regional singularities.

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