Icopal Noxite Membrane
The roof of the main building is covered with a Noxite roofing membrane – a roof cover that cleans the air of harmful pollutants. Emissions from cars and industrial production contain harmful pollutant particles called NOx. When the sun’s ultraviolet rays reach the roof surface, titanium dioxide in the material acts as a catalyser in a process where the NOx particles are converted to nitrate, which can then be washed away with rainfall. It is easy to contribute to cleaner air when you work with nature.
Who’s behind it:
Where you’ll find it:
On the roof of the main building