Do you want to develop a sustainable project that respects our environment? Here we give you advice so that you can achieve it!
Currently the works and projects are increasingly oriented to the sustainable, that is why here we give you 5 tips so you can have this project or work friendly to the environment.
On this occasion, the topic we will address will be sustainability and in this case we will give you some keys to develop projects or ecological designs. Sometimes when we are asked to develop a sustainable project we do not know exactly where to start, the intention is that the following points are useful and take them into account when you develop a project that is responsible to the environment.
1- Think about the design according to the climatic characteristics of the place.
Before starting to draw a line on the paper we must do a thorough investigation of the site where the project is being raised or located, we must analyze in depth data such as: Sunsets, prevailing winds, average annual temperature, days of rain and average rainfall annual. All these data will be of great help to take advantage of the energy contribution of the sun, natural ventilation and take advantage of the benefits of the climate.
2- Renewable energy sources.
Once we have identified the strengths and benefits of the site that we can take advantage of in the project, we can now think of the ecological systems that we will use to take advantage of these climate benefits.
There are multiple systems with which we can make our project energy efficient, among these systems we can find the following: Facades or roofs with solar panels, solar heaters, compost, biodigesters, rainwater collection systems, wind generators or systems saving water. All these systems, besides helping us to collaborate with the environment, mean real and direct economic savings.
3- Recyclable materials.
The use of recyclable or natural materials such as bamboo or adobe, or the case of so-called “green bricks” can also help to integrate our project more with nature and make them more environmentally friendly, it is also recommended that the use of local or regional materials is proposed, as these result in shorter transport times, therefore less fuel is used and less pollution is used.
Another point in which we can pay special attention is that the proposed materials do not contain an excessive amount of solvents, powders and toxic agents. It has been proven that buildings built with natural or ecological materials have greater longevity and require fewer repairs, so it is important that we take this point into account.
4- Work Processes.
We can make an analysis of the construction processes that will have to be executed to carry out the work, in this we can pay special attention to the planning to try to affect as little as possible the environment either with toxic materials or that can damage the vegetation, as well as being very responsible with those construction processes that demand a quantity of water or electrical energy.
5- Waste management.
We must be responsible for the waste on site and manage it by separating it into different categories such as: Metals, ceramics, plastics or resins, etc. In the case of renovations or renovations we must also be careful with demolition waste, as well as why not? reuse and recycle some materials that can work in another sector of the project and / or the work. Let’s try that the waste or residues of our works can be recovered and reused in other projects.
As friends can see, with these simple and simple points we can help our works and projects to be ecological, sustainable and friendly to the environment, remember that we must be responsible with our environment at all times. So far this post waiting for the information to be of your liking and I do not say goodbye without first inviting them as always to join the blog community on Facebook. For more content like this enter and recommend http://www.arquinetpolis.com