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AgroSci, Greenstreet GreenWalls Install Air-Purifying Green Wall at Newly Opened Baltimore Restaurant

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AgroSci Green Walls, in partnership with its Mid-Atlantic distributor Greenstreet GreenWalls, installed a state of art air-purifying living wall inside the newly opened Gunther & Co. restaurant in Baltimore, Md.

 

“We are excited to bring our cutting edge air-purifying green wall to Gunther & Co.,” AgroSci CEO Chris Pianta said. “AgroSci’s green wall not only looks fantastic, it purifies air 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our walls are the green alternative to complicated, expensive and energy-hungry air filtration systems.”

 

The green wall uses AgroSci’s patent-pending Aerogation™ system, which magnifies the natural cleaning power of plants 200 times. Aerogation™ works by drawing air into the plants’ roots where a natural process called phytoremediation turns impurities into fresh oxygen.

 

The proprietary technology, unique to the industry, gives Gunther Co.’s 540-plant green wall the air-purifying capacity of 108,000 houseplants.

 

“It’s like having a forest in a restaurant,” AgroSci President Mark Prescott said. “Our walls use a natural process to break down impurities and produce fresh air so there are no filters or ducts. Thanks to our wall, Gunther & Co.’s staff and customers can breath easy.”

 

Ray Greenstreet, owner of Greenstreet GreenWalls said “A living wall brings nature inside for a cleaner, healthier and more welcoming space. Green walls are the green way to purify indoor air.”

 

The approximately nine-by-six foot green wall overlooks the main dining room. A sophisticated computerized watering system minimizes water and electricity use.

 

Gunther & Co. is located in an old brewery in Baltimore’s Brewers Hill neighborhood. It features a wood-burning oven, craft beers, an oyster bar and live music.