Gazebos with a green roof - Garbage shelters with a roof garden | GMS System

Dumpster gazebos with a roof garden

Green accent
in a concrete forest
Dumpster gazebos
with a green roof.

A garbage gazebo with a garden on the roof is an innovative solution that helps to restore greenery to housing estates. A green gazebo also helps to improve air quality and reduce the temperature.

Supercharged with ecology

Can be installed directly in the ground
Improvement of the aesthetics of the environment
Rainwater retention and reduction of the effects of torrential rains
Strong construction made of high-quality steel
Anti-smog properties

Advantages of using a green roof

Absorbent and cool.
Green roofs stop:

50 - 80% of rainfall in summer

up to 20% of precipitation in winter

The gazebo garden effectively stores water and delays its runoff from the roofs - part of the water is stored in the plant substrate and the drainage layer to be eventually used by plants for life processes. Some of it returns to the atmosphere during evapotranspiration (evaporation and respiration of plants). During torrential rains, they allow the delay and weakening of the peak flow.

Improving air quality

Plants absorb carbon dioxide and other pollutants, which leads to improved air quality.

Noise reduction

The planted roof acts as a natural acoustic insulator, reducing noise from busy streets and other sources.

Green Oases

Contact with nature, including greenery, can help reduce stress and improve overall well-being and mental health.

Climate improvement

Plants can help reduce the temperature in the city, especially on hot days.

Improving water purity

Plants absorb pollutants from rainwater, which helps to improve the quality of groundwater.

Improved aesthetics

Green points improve the aesthetics of urban landscapes, which can attract tourists and improve the quality of life of residents.

Increasing biodiversity​

Plants can contribute to the improvement of biodiversity in the city by creating habitats for animals.

Construction of a green roof

Extensive substrate

A substrate properly selected for a multi-layer extensive structure, characterized by high water and air capacity.

Filter geotextile

It prevents the settling of fine floatable particles in the drainage layer. It has high water permeability parameters.

System drainage mat

It stores water and quickly gets rid of its excess. 

Absorbent and protective geotextile

It protects the waterproofing of the roof against damage and stores water.

Separation and protective film

Thin separation and protection film made of recycled polyethylene.

OSB

Wood-based construction and building board

Weight*from 96 kg/m² or 0,96 kN/m²
Layer height8 cm
Roof slope0 - 5° (0 - 9%)
Vegetationperennials-grasses-sedums
Retention50 - 60%
Runoff factor**Cs = 0,5
Water storageapprox. 25 l/m²
Ecological value

Care workload

* Weight data refers to the water-saturated state, of which 50 - 60% is the dry weight of the substrate.
** Calculated for 0 and 2% roof slopes based on the FLL procedure

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1. Extensive substrate
2. Filter geotextile
3. System drainage mat
4. Absorbent and protective geotextile
5. Separation and protective film
6. OSB board
Technical data
Weight*from 90 kg/m² or 0,9 kN/m²
Layer height8 cm
Roof slope0 - 5° (0 - 9%)
Vegetationperennials-grasses-sedums
Retention50 - 60%
Runoff factor**Cs = 0,5
Water storageapprox. 25 l/m²
Ecological value

Care workload

* Weight data refers to the water-saturated state, of which 50 - 60% is the dry weight of the substrate.
** Calculated for 0 and 2% roof slopes based on the FLL procedure

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