Floating wetlands are designed to benefit from nature’s ability to provide long-term and sustainable water processing and cleaning without any chemicals.
Floating wetlands clean the water with their root systems and act as living environments for millions of hungry microorganisms. These form a sticky surface on the roots where particles and the substances travelling with the particles (particles, phosphorous, other nutrients and metals, etc.) will attach, creating lumps that will eventually fall to the bottom and form sediment.
Floating islands are delivered as finished plant mats that quickly create a plant covering, which will become a space for diverse life such as birds, insects, and fish.