DNL Steel is pleased to have assisted Liverpool City Council in the development of a ‘green wall’ to help combat pollution caused by traffic on The Strand.
A living wall has been created in Chavasse Park, featuring 8,000 plants and able to absorb sound. The green wall has helped create biodiversity in the city centre, with Liverpool having less much less open space in its central area than many other cities.
DNL erected over forty steel posts, each between 900mm and 2 metres in height, on a radius following pathway with a length of 27.5 metres. Over 8,000 pollinator plants, from 24 species, were then attached to this. As well as having a positive affect on wildlife, humans can benefit too due to the cleaner air quality they are breathing.