AgroSci in the News
Paste Magazine Praises 1 Hotel Central Park Green Wall
It is almost impossible to escape the urban jungle that is Manhattan. The best you’ll do is getting lost in Central Park’s Ramble. And even then, you still end up with skyscrapers towering over you as soon as you re-emerge from the “woods.” When you’ve tried and failed to find New York City’s nature, there’s a hotel waiting for you just a few blocks from the famed man-made park, where you might have more success.
Horticulture Daily: Green Walls Remove NO2 from the Air
A recently released study by scientists at the University of Staffordshire in England showed that AgroSci’s air-purifying Aerogation green walls are highly effective at breaking down a major fossil fuel pollutant, nitrogen dioxide. NO2 is a dangerous gas that causes and exacerbates respiratory illnesses.
The Day: AgroSci System Reduces Dangerous Gasses, Study Finds
Nitrogen dioxide levels in rooms using a local company’s Aerogation green-wall system were reduced by more than 60 percent, according to new research at Staffordshire University in England.
Forbes Magazine Review of 1 Hotel Central Park
Whatever the marketers may say, there’s no such thing as a truly 100% sustainable hotel. Any development has a footprint, and if we’re going to be rigorous about it, the only fully sustainable approach would be to leave the land alone and let nature do its wild thing.
New London Day Story on New York Green Wall
Colchester-based AgroSci Inc. has announced the completion of a three-story outdoor green wall at the newly opened 1 Hotel Central Park in midtown Manhattan.
Hartford Courant Profile
Where some see comfort in the ivy-covered façades spread around the Yale campus and on Beacon Hill in Boston, the owners of AgroSci see a market ripe with opportunity. AgroSci Inc., in Colchester, specializes in the sale of “green walls” — walls covered in plants and vegetation — to commercial and residential buyers.