Sustainable Bio Diversity skyscraper uses trash to grow crops
Eco Factor: Bio recycling skyscraper grows crops from garbage.
Cypriot architect Luke Clayden is proposing an all new way to utilize garbage to create greener products. Christened the Bio Diversity Project, the proposal calls for the development of a bio-recycling plant, which will transform garbage into crops. The main concept is to design biodegradable commercial packaging for everyday needs, which will include micro seeds.
After the packs are discarded, they will naturally biodegrade proving nutrients to the micro seeds. The vertical bio-recycling plants can be developed in the most polluted cities around the world and the garbage will grow a wide range of plants that will later be transferred to forests, parks and farms. A portion of the building could also be used as a vertical farm for the city.