Why Working with Nature is Good Business

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sussex inlet floating wetland

Green is in. People are becoming more conscious about their environmental impact and are demanding ecologically responsible products and services, so it makes sense for businesses to incorporate sustainability into their bottom line.  

 

Across different industries, many firms are now finding that environmental and business interests don’t have to be mutually exclusive. They can go hand-in-hand, paving the way for innovative solutions. 

 

For SPEL, this point is driven home the most by our floating wetlands projects. A nature-inspired solution, floating wetlands are artificial plant beds that absorb pollutants from stormwater runoff. The plant beds also serve as habitats for insects, birds, fish and other aquatic life.  

 

What’s more, floating wetlands are easy to install, can be retro-fitted, and have relatively low maintenance costs. That’s a win-win for our clients, wildlife, and the environment. 

Our floating wetlands project in NSW South Coast 

Learn more about SPEL’s floating wetlands solution here. 

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