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  • Substitution of chemical products (fertilizers, treatments, etc.) with 100% natural, organic products derived from living processes and / or equivalent without danger to living organisms
  • Use of mechanical or thermal weeding tools (gas, water , etc.)
  • Restoration of environments, with processes with low energy consumption such as phyto-restoration or plant filtration systems
  • Plants with depolluting properties for workspaces

“Protecting nature and developing an efficient work environment”.

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  • Installation of beehives to promote pollination of plant species
  • Installation of nesting boxes and “insect hotels” to conserve wildlife
  • Planting of honey and nectar-producing species
  • Hand weeding
  • Plantation of endemic species
  • Possibility of introducing herbivores (goats, sheep …)
  • Planting flower meadows, crop rotation, mowing
  • Planting vegetable gardens

“Protecting nature and developing a friendly working environment.”

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  • WATER:
    – Installation and proper use of automatic irrigation
    – Recovery of rainwater (tanks, natural ditches)
    – Natural Mulching
    – Good irrigation practices
  • SOIL :
    – Regeneration by the Rameal Chipped Wood (RCW) technique and organic modifications
    – Sensible and biological culture
    – Recycling and composting of organic waste
    – Recycling food waste

“Protecting nature and developing a responsible framework.”

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  • Deployment of electric tools and vehicles
  • Travel minimisation
  • Location as close as possible to operational areas
  • Bioclimatic architecture works (green walls / green roofs)
  • Ability to set up ancient techniques using working horses: ploughing, reaping, bush clearing and hauling)

“Protecting nature and developing an untroubled working environment”.