Almere, a large city in the Netherlands starts with the development of an ecological residential area.
The future residents will live in an ecological area with energy-efficient homes and where waste water treatment is organized naturally.
The houses in the ecological district in Almere will be developed with well-insulated facades, triple glass and wooden windows. In addition, wall heating is combined with solar panels and integrated ventilation. According to the developers, the CO2 impact is less than 10 percent compared with a regular house of concrete and steel. Read More