US: New Solar Greenhouse Registered

US: New Solar Greenhouse Registered

Green Stream has registered its proprietary and unique design, solar greenhouse, with the cities of Los Angeles and New York. 

"The Solar Greenhouse design is the result of a collaboration among architects Anthony Morali and Richard Hofmeister, in conjunction with plans and concept development provided by Green Stream and its staff. The concept of the Solar Greenhouse is to plant, to grow, and to harvest vegetables on rooftops that are currently unused and non-functioning areas of real estate on top of a building.", the team with the company explains. 

"Large food suppliers, such as large market chains and food processors, will be able to grow up to 100,000 pounds of vegetables, such as lettuce (depending on roof space available), on an unused rooftop. The immediate benefit is that the vegetables are able to grow in longer cycles, and need not be picked before thoroughly ripe, thus making them fresher for consumers as well as less expensive as savings are passed on to the end users." 

"In addition to those clients of Green Stream, the designs, having been registered with the building departments, will be available for others to use with the payment of a licensing and royalty fee to be determined.", the company concludes. 

For more information:
GreenStream Finance
8335 Sunset Boulevard  
info@greenstreamfinance.com  
greenstreamfinance.com  

Publication date : 2/22/2019 

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