"PLE" Circular System

Ecological Building Subsystem

    “Production-Living-Ecological” Circular System project utilizes its own patented core technology to carry out intelligent facility agricultural production on the balconies and exterior walls of buildings.

    Wall materials are the main component of buildings. Currently, most of the wall materials in China have a thickness of 20-30 centimeters, while the wall materials used in the “Production-Living-Ecological” circular system project are made of special composite materials with a thickness of only 4-6 centimeters. After testing by authoritative institutions, various indicators such as strength, insulation, and thermal insulation are greater than or equal to national standards. Compared with traditional wall materials, this wall material has the characteristics of ultra-thin and ultra-light, with excellent sound insulation, insulation, fire prevention, and environmental protection effects. It can reduce construction waste by more than 50%, reduce wall material costs by more than 20%, and increase building area by 15%.

    The core of the “Production-Living-Ecological” circular system lies in low-carbon construction. The changes and innovations in building materials have significantly reduced carbon emissions during the construction and demolition process, thereby making more and greater contributions to achieving the "dual carbon" goal.

System Advantages

Reducing Construction Waste

By reducing construction waste by more than 50% from the source, reducing wall material costs by more than 20%, and significantly rewarding the carbon emissions brought by disposing of construction waste.

Increasing Usable Construction Area

The use of new building materials not only ensures the load-bearing capacity of the wall, but also reduces the thickness of the wall, increases the space for building use, and provides insulation, fire protection, and environmental protection.

Reducing Island Effect

By using energy-saving and emission reducing building materials, as well as agricultural planting on building balconies and exterior walls, we can reduce the urban heat island effect, reduce the use of air conditioning and refrigerators, and reduce carbon emissions.