Peacehaven bus shelter with sedum roof to reduce emissions


A CITY’S new bus shelter will remove toxic gases from the air as the area advances its net-zero mission.

The green shelter on Sutton Avenue in Peacehaven is covered in sedum – a flat cluster of plants that absorb pollution.

It will also increase biodiversity in the area by providing a habitat for insects and protecting the structure itself from weathering.

Councilor David Seabrook, Deputy Mayor of Peacehaven, said: “Sedum is a good choice for a green roof as it is a water retaining plant in its leaves, drought tolerant and very hardy. Not only does it provide good roof coverage, it is also easy to maintain.”

The new bus stop has moved a little further along the road as it is larger than the previous one.

It is also more accessible due to its size and includes two entrances at the front of the structure.

Peacehaven Town Council Committees and Deputy Project Officer Vicky Onis said: “It’s great to have the positive outcome that its contemporary style fits well along Sutton Avenue.” Peacehaven bus shelter with sedum roof to reduce emissions

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