Abattoir BIGH farm

  • Rue Ropsy Chaudron 24, 1070 Brussels Belgium

  • Year of commitment : 2018
  • CO2 Impact : The cultivation of edible plants, fruits and herbs, captures around 30 to 40 kg / m2 of production area / year, or between 42 and 56 tons of CO2 / year for the farm. CO2 comes from the activity of the bio-filter of fish farming and the recovery of CO
  • Manager / Dealer : BIGH Anderlecht SA


  •  Green energies : Recovering of fatal energy
  •  Digital services : Water, Automation, Other
  •  Sustainable mobility : Urban Logistics, Accessibility
  •  Water cycle : Collection, Purification, Groundwater capture, Used water recycling
  •  Circular economy and waste management : Eco-Design, Industrial Ecology, Reuse, Optimization of ressources, Bio-based materials, Save of ressources, Organic recycling
  •  Biodiversity & Ecosystems : Roof Agriculture, Vertical Farm, Hydroponic cultivation, Buffer zone, Carbon capture, Environment education, Eco-tourism




  • Published on 29 May 18
    by steven beckers|Belgique
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  • Contest

    Green Solutions Awards 2018 - Infrastructures

    Users' Choice
    Sustainable Infrastructure Grand Prize



    Location

    Rue Ropsy Chaudron 24, 1070 Brussels Belgium