[AMAZING PROJECT] Changing the World's Largest Landfill Space Being Green Giant

For decades, Staten Island - a region in New York City - has been associated with the odor. That's because this place is the world's largest Freshkill landfill, which receives trash last load in 2001. But the bad reputation of this island will not last long, now Freshkill TPA is set to be transformed into incredible green space three times the size of Central Park.
At 2200 acres, Freshkills will become the largest park developed in New York City that is scheduled to last more than 100 years, and the mission environment is illustrated in the plan for ecological restoration, a showcase for sustainable strategies such as harvesting methane from buried waste, and perhaps even energy will complete the latest demonstration by the towering wind turbines

New park will have five main areas: the Confluence, the edge of the core cultural and recreational park, North Park, a natural wildlife area with wetlands, grasslands and rivers, South Park, active recreation spaces such as soccer fields, equestrian facilities and trails mountain biking; East Park, a distinguished road through beautiful scenery, and West Park, where a 'large earthwork monuments depicted in commemoration of September 11.

Schmul Park
The first project to be built is a facility at the perimeter Freshkills Park. Schmul Park, an existing asphalt playground, and will be renovated. In perencanaanya Reimbursement will be made of asphalt with rubber, colorful and playground playing colorful mounds, planting plants and other porous surfaces.

North Park
The first phase of construction of North Park will be 21 hectares visitors can see views of the Main Creek and wildlife protection

Owl Hollow Fields
The Owl Hollow Fields will provide four football fields with synthetic grass, pedestrian loop, parking and a beautiful grassy area. A comfort station designed by Sage and Coombe Architects will be certified LEED Gold, buildings with green roofs, geothermal heating and cooling, and wind turbines to generate electricity.

At its peak, Inhabitat reports Freshkill landfill receives 29,000 tons of waste per day, transported on barges from New York City.Gundukan ever there was a smell trash now would be a grassy hill on which visitors can picnic, and enjoy the view of acres of green plants and waterways. Penih Development will continue to be done gradually over the next 30 years, with the project and the opening of the facility if it has been completed. People today can access rempat free parking in the bus tour, which is available between April and November. 2011
Title: [AMAZING PROJECT] Changing the World's Largest Landfill Space Being Green Giant
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Published :2011-06-04T17:50:00-07:00
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[AMAZING PROJECT] Changing the World's Largest Landfill Space Being Green Giant

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