Its founder, Dr. Bill Wolverton, is one of the world’s foremost authorities in the use of phytoremediation. Not only is he a world renowned pioneer in this field but has many years of practical application, primarily in wastewater treatment and indoor air pollution abatement.
It is not a matter of simulating nature’s biological processes. But it is our belief that solutions lie within a marriage of natural forces and man's ingenuity. Allow nature to cleanse itself, yet use technological advancements to assist nature in becoming more efficient. WES has developed technologies using natural processes that make use of plants and their root-
The trending buzzword in both architecture and interior design is biophilia. Biophilia is defined as man’s inherent desire to be close to nature. Biophilic design brings natural materials, natural light, vegetation, views of nature, etc. into the indoor environment. Simply put…it’s the basic concept that I envisioned when I began my research career many years ago.
Explore the pages of this website to learn more about the interconnectedness of plants, microbes and humans and how they can contribute to the health and well-
Wolverton Environmental Services (WES) advocates the use of biological systems to treat environmental pollutions. These processes are included in sustainable design. Often this field is referred to as phytoremediation. (Phyto = Greek word for plant and remediation = the process of correcting a problem or to put back in proper condition.)
Just announced: Orion Publishing (London) plans to re-
Bottom Line Personal: See the recent article entitled ‘Beautiful Houseplants That Clean Indoor Air’ https://bottomlineinc.com/life/home-
Dr. Wolverton’s highly acclaimed book, ‘How To Grow Fresh Air,’ was recently released in Denmark by Turbine Forlaget. This groundbreaking book has now had 16 language translations. Thanks to all for making this book a huge success!!
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