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Posted: April 1, 2014 | News

Find out if building green roofs is a service you want to provide.

Much has been stirring about green roofs. These horticultural plantings can be simple or complex, but all have some key elements that make them exciting to contractors and building tenants as well. Sometimes they are referred to as vegetated roofs, living roofs or eco roofs.

Most of the energy spent to date is with commercial facilities, although the concept is very contagious and it’s spreading to residential as well. Some exquisite and unique architectural statements have been shaping the new landscape. It’s up to you to decide if this is for you. I will cover only the basics in this article so hold on as we figure ways to possibly cover some 40-50 percent of your cities impermeable surfaces.

Read the full article at Lawn & Landscape.

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Raimondi Horticultural Group Marks Earth Day with Plant Give-Away

Posted: April 24, 2010 | News

Ho Ho Kus, NJ (April 24, 2010) – Coinciding with Earth Day, Raimondi Horticultural Group employees teamed up with students and volunteers from Bergen Community College to give away Spathiphyllum plants, one proven to remove toxins such formaldehyde from the air. Chris Raimondi, CLP, President of The Raimondi Group, Inc. and an Adjunct Professor in the College‟s Horticulture Department, spearheaded the initiative, a PLANET Day of Service project to “spread the word” about the air-purifying qualities of indoor plants. 

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Touting the Benefits of Indoor Plants, Raimondi Marks Earth Day with Plant Giveaway

Posted: April 24, 2010 | News

Coinciding with Earth Day, Raimondi Horticultural Group employees teamed up with students and volunteers from Bergen Community College to give away Spathiphyllum plants, one proven to remove toxins such formaldehyde from the air. Chris Raimondi, CLP, President of The Raimondi Group, Inc. and an Adjunct Professor in the College's Horticulture Department, spearheaded the initiative, a PLANET Day of Service project to “spread the word” about the air-purifying qualities of indoor plants. Plant recipients toured the department‟s greenhouse and conservatory and pledged to tell fellow students, faculty and friends about Spathiphyllum's clean-air qualities.

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