SkyWay technologies were originally developed by Anatoly Yunitskiy with the aim to improve the quality of human life through environmental sanitation. After the Chernobyl ecological disaster (that has destroyed village Kryuki, the small Yunitskiy’s homeland located only 7 km from Chernobyl), in connection with the growing shortage of urban land, which aggravated the environmental situation, there appeared the idea of using roofs of buildings, underground garages, overpasses and other artificial grounds for the creation of architectural and landscape objects using green spaces. According to SkyWay сreator’s conception, green roofs should provide an increase in the standard of living and improve human health making the environment comfortable and close to natural conditions.
Already in July 2017, EcoFest guests were able to enjoy the aromas of blooming gardens on the roofs of anchor supports and the guest house at SkyWay EcoTechnoPark. This work was headed by Anatoly Yunitskiy’s Deputy for bio- and agrotechnologies, former Deputy Minister of agriculture and food of the Republic of Belarus, Candidate of Agricultural Sciences V. Pavlovsky.
Work on such an important element of SkyWay technologies continues, and now the idea of creating a comfortable microclimate, contributing to the improvement of employees’ health and working efficiency, has been transferred to the building of the project designing organization. By the way, such ideas are increasingly gaining the minds of progressive people around the world. For example, even in the assembly workshop of the legendary sports car manufacturer, the classic stereotype of the plant with engine oil and metal background noise is forgotten, because there is an integrated green zone of real trees and plants located in the middle of the premise illuminated with large windows. It is done with the same purpose: to make the environment healthier and more convenient for people.
We offer to your attention a video interview with the Deputy General director of Skyway Technologies Co. for project designing Marina Tretyak, who turned her office premises into a blooming garden.
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