MOS Stormwater Harvesting, Williams Landing from Biofilta Pty Ltd on Vimeo. Biofilta along with a range of industry partners delivered an innovative stormwater harvesting system and community asset on top of Melbourne’s heritage listed Open Sewer. The Melbourne Open Sewer (MOS) was decommissioned in 1993 and a section in Williams Landing has been brought back[…]
Funafuti, located 1,000km north of Fiji looks fantastic and you would be forgiven to think you could grow whatever you wanted. The reality is growing food at home here is actually harder than it looks. For the people of Funafuti ( one of the larger islands in Tuvalu ) growing food at home is almost[…]
Pick My Project Biofilta has three urban farm projects in the running for the State Government’s Pick my Project program. Pick My Project is a Victorian-first community grants initiative, with at least $1 million in funding available in each metro and regional area of Victoria. The way it works[…]
Biofilta Goes Bigger Than Ever Following our recent Williams Landing MOS project, Biofilta’s latest stormwater project is nearing completion in Doncaster, Melbourne. This is our largest above ground bioretention planter to date and the numbers are huge: 850m2 planter treating an urban catchment around 50ha in size. Approximately 8,500 plants in 875m3 of our specialised[…]
How to Design and Integrate Sustainable Greenery into Facilities. Biofilta worked with the design team of Geelong’s new Simonds Stadium to integrate our Advanced Wicking Bed technology into several indoor feature gardens. What’s unique here is that our Foodwall tubs and wicking garden components were cleverly included in the interior design of the cabinetry. This enables[…]
LAUNCH Food: What Does The Future Of Food Look Like? from LAUNCH on Vimeo. What does Biofilta’s CEO Marc Noyce believe the future of food looks like? Tune into 1:24 min to find out.